Thermo Scientific Digital Heating Shaking Drybath
Increase lab versatility with the Thermo Scientific Digital Heating Shaking Drybath, which can be used as a drybath, shaker or both.
Manufacturer: Thermo Scientific 88880027
Increase lab versatility with the Thermo Scientific Digital Heating Shaking Drybath, which can be used as a drybath, shaker or both.PID control ensures consistent shaking results and precise temperature control.
- Speed range from 150 to 1500rpm (block dependent)
- Program Storage:
- 10 programs, up to 10 steps per program
- Interval shaking function allows shaking and nonshaking in same program
- Two types of timing modes:
- Start only after temperature reaches desired set point
- Start immediately after the timer is set
- Low-profile design
- Easily changed blocks in multiple sizes for maximum flexibility
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|Ambient +5° to 100°C|
|Not included; purchase separately|
|0.5°C (0.9°F) at 80°C|
|13.1 x 10.9 x 6.7 in. (334 x 276 x 170mm)|
|Feedback Control PID|
|150 to 1,500rpm (96-well block); 150 to 1,200rpm (0.5mL, 1.5mL and 50mL tube blocks)|
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