BEING Incubated Shakers are often used for cell culture, cell aeration, and solubility studies. In addition to maintaining stable temperature conditions, they use an orbital agitation technique at variable speeds to affect the growth of cell cultures. These incubated lab shakers turn off automatically and activates an alarm when the actual shaking speed differs from the set value by 10%. The PID controller provides accurate speed and temperature with timed runs. The speed controller ensures smooth start and stop functionality which can prevent the liquid spill to damage the equipment.
Colorful LCD display.
PID microprocessor controls temperature, shaking speed, and timing.
Smooth start and stop system prevents liquid spillage.
Auto-controller regulates fan speed to control air flow.
DC motor provides long term reliability.
Safety door switch, auto pause operation when door is opened.
Stainless-steel and easy to clean platform.
High efficiency filter provides filtration of bacteria and dust.
A large number of accessories (platforms, tube-racks, and flask clamps) to accommodate various needs.
Temperature-limiting alarm system, auto switch off when over-temperature
Performance and Features
Microprocessor PID control.
Automatic Calibration Function.
Automatic control of circulating fan speed prevents samples from evaporating due to high wind speed.
Intuitive LCD controller displays time, frequency and temperature.
Easy-set digital timer.(1~5999min)
Continuous operation guarantee, maintenance-free, easy to clean.
Corrosion resistance stainless steel interior.
Variety choices of accessories.
Built-in RS-232 port and USB port for external control and data collection (optional).
Safety & Peace of Mind
Built-in power interruption protection function, automatic run after power interruption.
Over-temperature protection which meets DIN 12880 International standard requirements. (BIS Only)
Independent Over-temp protection, provides double protection to the samples. (BIS Only)
Temperature deviation alarm.
Over current protection.