MSH-0512 with optional external controller
- Years of vibration-free and silent operation.
– Equipped with a maintenance-free BLDC motor to generate smooth, quiet, and yet powerful stirring.
- Powerful torque capable of handling high viscosity tasks.
- Maintenance of constant motor speed by PID feedback control system even under conditions of changing viscosity.
- Best effort function intelligently manages its stirring speed to keep stirring even workload is out of its capacity.
- Prevention of accidental spills or splashes thanks to microprocessor controlled smooth start and stop functions.
- Touch type LCD controller.
– Various essential information are visible at once and intuitionally controlled.
– Set/present rpm and run time view, simple timer set. (max. 99 hr. 59 min.)
– Varying motor torque is indicated on display in real time.
– Motor temperature condition is indicated on display by three different colors to protect motor.
– Stirring directions are selectable depending on each impeller’s shape.
- Built-in USB port for external control and data collection.
– Useful for PC control and data management task.
– Lab Companion software and USB cable are provided as standard.
- Practical external controller.
– Intuitive and easy control with color touch LCD.
– It enables convenient and safe external control without opening the sash of the fume hood or safety cabinet.
- Compact and slim head design for diverse flexibility in configuring other test equipment and accessories. (optional)
- Sturdy aluminum main body efficiently absorbing and emitting the heat generated by the motor.
- Safety features against overload and overheating for continuous operation.
– When it comes to heavy workload, it tries to activate best effort function.
But if it determines that performing the work is harmful for it, than it stops stirring.
– Equipped with a mini fan inside to minimize overheating of the motor.
- Separated adapter from the main body minimizes the risks of electrical hazards to the users.
- Screen lock function prevents accidental changes during operation.
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