Homeothermic Blanket Systems come with flexible probe.
April 20, 2009 -
Featuring menu driven interface, graphical display, rotary encoder, and push buttons, H1463, homeothermic monitoring systems offer 3 different blanket sizes suited for mice, rats, rabbits, cats, and dogs. Temperature can be set between 68-122°F. Output of temperature sensing probe is used by control unit to proportionally control DC supply to blanket.
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|Original Press release |
Harvard Apparatus, Inc.
84 October Hill Rd., Bldg. 7
Holliston, MA, 01746 1371
New Homeothermic Blanket Systems H1463 with Flexible Probe
Harvard Apparatus is pleased to introduce the New Homeothermic Monitoring Systems with a new larger display.
Temperature selection is made easy with the new large graphical display, menu driven interface, and rotary encoder and push buttons.
The output of the temperature sensing probe is used by the control unit to proportionally control the DC supply to the blanket. The temperature can be set between 20°C and 50°C (68°F to 122°F).
This system offers 3 different blanket sizes that are suitable for mice, rats, rabbits, cats and dogs.
Contact Harvard Apparatus to speak with a staff scientist and receive technical and pricing information.
Harvard Apparatus is a global developer, manufacturer and distributor of innovative and specialized products to enhance bioresearch.
For more information contact:
84 October Hill Road
Holliston, Massachusetts 01746
Toll Free: 800-272-2775