The Sanyo MIR-154 and MIR-254 cooled incubators can provide both routine and diverse experiments greater flexibility and accuracy. They feature a microprocessor-controlled temperature range from -10 to +60 °C and can have 12 programmed steps, including on/off light cycles for experiments that extend into the evening or over weekends and holidays.
The incubators are suitable for research that requires settings to be changed for culture then preservation.
They preserve energy through microprocessor feed forward control technology and feature an insulated internal fan with low heat emission.
The in-built data logging capabilities keep a record of experimental conditions, without the need for additional software.
Other features include: low vibration; intuitive, flexible controller operation; user-programmable alarms; independent overtemperature protection; memory backup; field reversible door; and the option to fit up to three additional lights.
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