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Cooling Incubator LMCI-A202


Cooling Incubator LMCI-A202 functions at a high standard, making safe, reproducible incubation feasible even at extreme temperatures. The stainless-steel chamber holds the capacity of 275 L with movable shelves, making it easy to clean. The double door design, auxiliary thermostat and the LCD screen makes it an ideal operating equipment. The external printer can record data in real time.

Specifications :
Chamber Volume 375 L
Temperature Range -10-75 °C
Display Resolution 0.1 °C
Temperature Stability ±0.5 °C
Temperature Uniformity ±1 °C
Timing Range 0 – 99h59min
Refrigerant R134a
Power Rating 450 W
Power Supply AC 220 10%, 50Hz 2%
Chamber Size (W x Dx H) 590 × 550 × 1160 mm
Exterior Dimension (W x D x H) 750 × 750 × 1730 mm
Net weight 137 Kg
Features :
  • -  Compressor for automatic control of hot and cold temperature
  • -  High precision, microprocessor temperature control with large LCD display
  • -  Polished stainless-steel chamber, equipped with a fan for forced convection
  • -  Adjustable and moveable shelves that are easy to clean
  • -  Equipped with power supply outlet and lamp for easy observation
  • -  Equipped with spare temperature control which ensures the product work normally even the main temperature control failed (for heating)
  • -  The incubator door is built as a double door, with the inner door consisting of tempered glass for easy observation
  • -  RS485 connector to link computer and printer; computer and printer can both display temperature and time data
  • -  Equipped with leakage protection
  • -  Spare temperature control and the auxiliary thermostat ensures the normal working of the product
Optional Accessories :

Programmable temperature controller

RS485/232 connector
Built-in printer
Wireless alarm system (SMS alarm system)
25mm (50mm) test hole

Applications :

Cooling Incubators are used in Pharmaceutical, biotechnology, and research institutes for storage and incubation studies. They are mostly used for B.O.D tests, the preservation of sensitive bacterial, microbial, and plant cultures, serum incubation studies, and immunological work, etc.