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Z605190 Sigma

Eppendorf® ThermoStat Plus

w/o interchangeable block, AC input 100 / 240 V, 50-60 Hz



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mfr. no.   Eppendorf®, 5352 000.010 (European)
  Eppendorf®, 5352 000.037 (UK)
availability   not available in USA and Canada
W × D × H   22 cm × 25 cm × 12 cm


General description

ThermoStat Plus controls temperature at your lab bench, accurately and conveniently. This compact, benchtop thermostat maintains different temperature levels up to 99°C, with a cooling feature for temperatures as low as -5°C.

Applications include: Enzyme storage at 0°C, Enzyme reactions at 37°C, Reactions at temperatures typically between 12 and 65°C.

• Temperature and run times are individually programmable
• Stores up to four temperatures and times in succession
• RS-232 interface-provides control and allows documentation in accordance with GLP
• Temperature Control Range of Block from -5 to 99°C
• Range of Possible Temperatures from 30°C below ambient to 99°C
• Minimum Block Temperature: -25°C at ambient of 4°C
• Accuracy of Temperature Control: ±1°C between -5°C and 45°C; ±2°C between 45°C and 99°C
• Heating-up Speed: 4°C/min
• Cooling-down Speed: 2°C/min between 99°C and 25°C; 1°C/min between 25°C and -5°C
• Cooling Time: from 22 to 0°C in 20 minutes
• Range of Time Phases: 0:01 to 99:59 hours
• Dimensions, without block (W x D x H): 8.7 x 9.8 x 4.9 in/22 x 25 x 12.5 cm

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