The Model 211D incubator, with a 1.6-cubic-foot chamber, is the smallest in the company's line. It has a temperature range of ambient 5°C to 95°C, making it useful for a variety of applications, including growing cultures and hybridization. The Smart Chek Temperature Control system regulates the incubator's temperature with a claimed accuracy and stability of 0.1°C. The user can adjust an independent safety thermostat to take control if the interior temperature rises as little as 1°C over the set point to avoid damaging fragile samples. The temperature is set and displayed on an LCD. The insulated, magnetic gasketed door features a glass window for observation of the incubator contents. Mechanical convection reportedly delivers uniformity of 0.5°C and promotes rapid temperature recovery after the door is opened. Accessories include three full-size shelves and one half shelf. The unit also features an interior electrical outlet for powering accessory equipment.

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