Laboratory incubator Hotcold UC
forced convectiondigitalrefrigerated

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forced convection
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digital, refrigerated

Min.: -10 °C (14 °F)

Max.: 65 °C (149 °F)


670 l (177 gal)


Precise refrigerated cabinet “Hotcold UC” FORCED AIR CIRCULATION. DIGITAL ELECTRONIC CONTROL OF TEMPERATURE AND TIME. HOTCOLD UC ADJUSTABLE TEMPERATURE FROM -10 °C TO 65 °C. FEATURES Exterior case, door and interior made from AISI 304 stainless steel. Steel shelves, PVC laminated. Door with lock and easy to replace gasket, with automatic return mechanism and manual lockout. Hermetically sealed compressor with anti vibration mounts with fan forced evaporation unit with ventilated condenser. Homogeneous internal temperature by forced circulating air. Supports for shelves adjustable in height Integrated interior light. Adjustable front footrest. Refrigerant R404a. Side hole for entry and exit connections. Two safety power sockets. Two external ports protected by magnetothermic for external connections. Download records in USB memory. Automatic defrosting function. Indoor air circulation for a correct homogenization of the temperature. Graphic visualization of the program. Supplied with wheels. CONTROL PANEL Model with 4.3 inches TFT touch screen. Main switch. TFT touch screen: Visual alarm . Clock calendar. Single or cyclic On / Off programming. Up to 10 work programs. Up to 6 segments per program. Stability time in each segment (from 1 min to 99h ) . Alarms and events storage. Probe error detection. Self Diagnostics. Network failure detection and saving. Over temperature and low temperature alarms and memorization (date, start time, end time and temperature). Safety thermostat (TS) by software. Mechanic safety thermostat (TS ). Temperature control auto-tuning.


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