Laboratory Incubators Offer Wide Temperature Range
Panasonic offers a series of MIR cooled laboratory incubators which offers users exceptional flexibility. Due to their wide temperature range, they're ideal for use in a great many different testing and incubation applications including Drosophila incubation and BOD testing, to name a few. The incubator chassis of some models of Panasonic cooled laboratory incubator (namely, the MIR 254 and MIR 554) can be isolated from the refrigeration system, making these units well suited to the demands of crystallography applications as well.
Panasonic MIR cooled laboratory incubators can be set for temperatures as low as -10 degrees to as high as 60 degrees Celsius. Temperature may be user-defined or programmed; MIR cooled incubators can be programmed with as many as 12 different temperature programs. The unit's memory is automatically backed up, so even in the event of a power interruption, the unit will retain temperature programming information and resume operation as per the program even following a power failure. The lighting in the MIR cooled incubator is also programmable with a 4 chamber lighting kit being available as an additional component.
Many incubator users experience the problem of having vented plates and other culture vessels dry out during incubation. Panasonic MIR incubators reduce this risk through an improved air circulation design. The integrated fans in the MIR 154 and 254 models use Panasonic's new oblique fans and air plenum designs; the new system ensures the even distribution of temperature throughout the chamber while reducing the amount of airflow which samples are directly exposed to, helping to prevent culture media from drying out.
MIR incubators also feature a temperature prevention circuit which helps to ensure the safety of samples in the event of a temperature abnormality. The prevention circuit shuts down the incubator's chamber fan motor and heater when it detects that the unit is operating at too high of a temperature - and when it detects that the unit's temperature is too low, the circuit shuts off the incubator's compressor.
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Date added: 2015-05-25 10:28:29