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Programmable Incubator, 32L
- Item # 20H920
- Mfr. Model # INE 200
- UNSPSC # 41104412
- Catalog Page # N/A
- Shipping Weight 130.0 lbs.
- ItemProgrammable Incubator
- Temp. Range30 Degrees to 70 Degrees C
- Temp. Accuracy+/- 0.6C
- Overall Dimensions21.7"W X 23.6"H X 15.7"D
- Volume32 Liters
- Convection TypeNatural Air Circulation
- Material304 Stainless Steel
- Number of Shelves1
- Shelf Capacity3
- Number of Doors1
- Power Consumption440 Watts
- Power Requirement115V, 3.8A
- StandardsCE, VDE/IEC 61010, GS, ISO - DIN EN 9001:2008, EN ISO 13485:2003 and AC:2009
- ThermostatPT 100 Sensor
- Special FeaturesProg./Celsius Software, Class E (Excellent)
- Manufacturers Warranty Length3 Years
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