LTEs Brand New Ovens and Incubator Series
Designed to meet the increasing demands of today's laboratory and process facility, the brand new OP ovens and IP incubators Series from LTE Scientific offers maximum flexibility and unparalleled performance. Representing excellent value for money, the new range combines traditional quality and modern manufacturing with LTE's well-established reliability as a leading expert in the design and manufacture of laboratory and process ovens and microbiological incubators.
Operating within a temperature range of 40 - 250°C for the ovens and 30 - 100°C for the incubators, both class-leading Series offer extremely fast heat up times, almost undetectable overshoot and superb accuracy. Set and actual temperatures are digitally displayed and to ensure sample safety, a manual reset over-temperature cut-out (meeting IEC1010-2-010) has been incorporated.
Two models are available in five sizes from 30 to 250 litres, with either fan circulation or natural convection, adjustable vent, and a choice of PID control systems to suit most applications. Top of the range "M" models feature a powerful, new multi-program controller which allows the simultaneous storage of up to eight multiple-step cycles in the memory. A ramp function controls temperature rise and fall rates and once a sequence has finished, it can be programmed either to stop, repeat for a specified number of times, or continue until interrupted. RS232 or RS485 communication ports can be added to all "M" models.
The "U" model's single temperature selection and push button control provides the ideal solution for those applications requiring ovens and incubators to operate at one temperature only. In the event of a mains power failure, the "U" model's controller will automatically reinstate the program whilst the "M" model offers three recovery options.
With stainless steel radiused interiors and removable shelf runners, the IP range is easy to clean and durable.
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Posted on November 4, 2001