Egg incubator working

Egg incubator working

Egg incubator working


An incubator is a device simulating avian incubation by keeping eggs warm at a particular temperature range (37.5 °c for chicken eggs) and in the correct humidity with a turning mechanism to hatch them.

It takes 21 days to hatch a chicken egg.

A thermostat (a circuit with a relay which is controlled by an integrated circuit) is widely used for this purpose.

Incubators are commonly made by using METAL BODY Commonly a filament bulb or any type of heat source raise the temperature to the permissible limit (37.5°c).

Incubators can also be used for hatching the eggs of duck, quail, and other animals.

Manual Egg incubator 






Digital Automatic Egg Incubator

1.Temperature Measuring Range: 0-99℃

2.Temperature Measurement Accuracy: ±0.1℃

3.Humidity Measurement Range: 0—99%RH

4.Humidity Accuracy: ±3%RH

5.Number of signal-output: 7, (over-temperature, temperature control, insufficient temperature, egg left-turning, egg right-turning, humidity control, alarm)

6.The maximum output load current: temperature control, insufficient temperature ≤ 8A/AC220V, over-temperature, egg left-turning, egg right-turning, humidity control, alarm ≤ 1A / AC22

7.Number of egg-turning: the maximum record is 999 times.

8.cycle of egg-turning: adjustment of 0 – 999 minutes (the factory default is 90 minutes)

9.egg-turning time: adjustment from 0 to 999 seconds (the factory default is 180 seconds)

10.ventilation cycle: from 0 to 999 minutes
(the factory default is 120 minutes)

11.ventilation time: from 0 to 999 seconds (the factory default is 30 seconds)

12.Temperature measurement length: About 2 meters

Working Condition:

1.Working Voltage: AC 160V – 240V,50HZ

2.Relative Humidity: less than 85% RH

3.Environment Temperature: -10℃ – 60℃




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