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- Item # 45H123
- Mfr. Model # SI-600
- UNSPSC # 41103813
- Catalog Page # 918
- Shipping Weight 190.0 lbs.
- Item Incubating Shakers
- Movement Type Orbital or Reciprocating
- Operating Mode Continuous or Timer
- Speed 10-300 rpm
- Resolution 1 rpm
- Range Ambient 5 Degrees to 60 Degrees C
- Weight Capacity 48 lb.
- Weight 200 lb.
- Height 24.5"
- Width 21.4"
- Depth 33.5"
- Voltage 120
- Hz 50/60
- Amps 7.5
- Compliance UL/CE
- Features Microprocessor Pid Control. Auto-Tuning Function For Self Calibration. High Temperature Limit Setting. Store Upto 3 Temperature Settings. Program Mode With 9 Different Temperature Steps With A Maximum Of 200 Cycles Of Repetition. Adjustable 3 Step Fan Speed. Rs-232 Interface. Program Mode With Timer Range 10 Seconds To 999 Hours And Cc, Ccw, And Pause Mode Settings. Max Orbit Diameter 40Mm (1.6").
Compliance and Restrictions
This item is restricted for international sale.
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