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    Ultra Highland Chamber arrived..

    Oh dear lord.. it's a LOT bigger than I remember. Need to find a better spot for it, kind of an eye sore at the moment. But weighing in at 700Lbs.. I'm not in a big hurry to try and move it again. I see there's the same model on eBay for $850. So the $30 I payed is sitting fine by me.
    For starters, here's some specs and features.


    Section 7 - Specifications
    7.1 Specifications

    Temperature
    Control Sensitivity: +/- 0.1 Degrees C
    *Range: 41 F to 140 F
    Sensor: Transistor
    Controller: Electronic Proportional
    Setpoint: Tamper resistant analog
    Display: Digital LED
    Readability: 0.1C
    Setability: 0.1C
    Uniformity: Within 0.3 C
    Temperature Alarm
    Sensor: Thermostat
    Controller: Thermostat
    Setpoint: Analog reference dial
    Alarm: Audible/visual
    CO2
    CO2 Gas Control: 0.1%
    Range: 0-20%
    Inlet Pressure: 10 PSIG
    Sensor: Thermal conductivity
    Controller: Electronic, digital
    Setpoint: Tamper resistant analog
    Display: Digital LED
    Readability: 0.1%
    Setability: 0.1%
    Alarm Differential: 1.0% (nominal)
    Fittings
    Access Port: 1.62” (4.11 cm) I.D. with neoprene removable plug
    Condensate Drain: 3/8” FPT
    Overflow Drain: 3.8” FPT
    Water Inlet: 1/4” compression
    CO2 Outlet: 1/4” compression
    Unit Heat Load
    115V: 1450 BTU (420W)
    220V: 1700 BTU (500W)
    Shelves
    Standard: 6
    Maximum: 19
    Dimensions: 30.62”W x 25.81” (77.78 cm x 65.56 cm)
    Construction: Solid stainless steel, reinforced
    Surface Area: 5.4 sq ft (.51 sq. m) per shelf
    Max per Chamber: 104.5 sq ft (9.69 sqm)
    Clearance: Adjustable on 3” (7.62 cm) centers
    Loading: 35 lbs (16 Kg) (slide in and out) 50 lbs (23 Kg) (stationary)
    Humidity
    Selectable Ranges: Low Ambient
    *Med 82-87% & High 91-96%
    Humidity Reservoir: Approx. 4 gal (15.4 liters)
    Electrical
    3956: 120 Volts AC 50/60HZ, 1 PH, 7.7 FLA
    3952: 208-230 Volts AC 50/60HZ, 1 PH, 4.0
    FLA
    Power Switch: 1 Pole
    Line Cord: 8 ft
    Remote Alarm Contacts: Temperature
    Accessory Outlet:
    3956 120V (120 Watts max.)
    3952 230V (120 Watts max.)
    Certification
    CSA: Standard C22.2 No. 151 (except 3952)
    Construction
    Volume: 29 cu ft (823 liters)
    Interior: 304 2B stainless steel
    Exterior: Cold rolled steel
    Insulation: 2” Fiberglass
    Exterior Door: Triple pane tempered glass
    Outer Door Gasket: Molded vinyl
    Finish: Powder coated. Salt spray tests exceed 1000 hrs.
    per ASTM Standard B117-85
    Dimensions
    Exterior: 38:00”W x 85.00”H x 31.00” F-B
    (96.52 cm x 215.90 cm x 78.74
    cm)
    Interior: 31.00”W x 60.00”H x 27.00” F-B
    (78.74 cm x 152.40 cm x 68.58 cm)
    Weight
    Net Operational: 700 lbs (318 Kg)
    Shipping:
    Motor 783 lbs (355 Kg)
    Air 866 lbs (393 Kg)
    Ocean 920 lbs (417 Kg)

    7.2 Standard Features

    Elevated Humidification System: The incubator may be set for a medium humidity range
    (82% to 87%) or a high humidity range (91% to 96%) above ambient. With two humidity
    ranges, the system meets general RH requirements for most laboratory conditions.
    Positive Horizontal Air Flow: The air flow system circulates air horizontally across the
    shelving to assure a uniform distribution of temperature and humidity and to eliminate CO2
    stratification. Conditioned air is evenly distributed at all shelf levels under varying load
    conditions.
    Air Exchange: Adjustable intake and exhaust vents regulate fresh air exchange while
    maintaining accurate and precise temperature uniformity and control.
    Water Reservoir: The humidification water reservoir is equipped with an overflow drain
    as well as a condensate drain. An automatic water level control may be used to regulate the
    water supply, or the reservoir may be filled manually.
    Cabinet Construction: Double-wall construction assures economical operation and
    maximizes environmental stability.
    Door Design: A full view, heated Thermopane glass door is standard equipment, and a
    solid faced door is optional. The door seals against a peripheral gasket on the cabinet front.
    Shelf Design: Solid, stainless steel shelves are adjustable in 3-inch increments. Shelves and
    shelf supports are reinforced to handle loads of 150 pounds (68 kg) per shelf (evenly
    distributed).
    Access Port: A 1-5/8" (4.1 cm) diameter, through-the-wall access port centered in the
    incubators right-hand wall, permits safe insertion of probes and monitors without alteration
    of the cabinet.
    Electrical Outlet: A fused electrical outlet installed in the upper left rear corner of the
    chamber interior provides electrical power for in-cabinet accessories. Power rating for this
    outlet is 120 watts maximum on both models.

    And now for a few pics. Thanks to my loyal test subject for helping with a size reference. Shelves were removed for the pics..







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    Yikes! What exactly is that? is it like an all in one grow chamber for any conditions? The C02 control looks like it'll be fun...
    Formerly known as Silenceisgod!

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    Words are nice. It sounds certainly nifty and impressive. But uhhh...

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    Quote Originally Posted by i<3carnivores View Post
    Words are nice. It sounds certainly nifty and impressive. But uhhh...
    I second that. Pics!

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    My bad.. somehow my thread got mixed into two half completed ones.

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    Nice villosa factory ya got there!
    Some days it just isn't worth chewing thru the restraints.

    My growlist: http://www.terraforums.com/forums/sh...255#post961255

    Video of my birth http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7Xc5wIpUenQ

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    Gonna need all the room I can get for those 30 kids.

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    Holy Crap Mass! that's freaking awesome. An incubator... craziness!

    What kinda light's you gonna mount in there? Where the hell did you find something like that?

    Very interesting
    cheers,
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    My CP Page (WIP) See my webpage for my Grow List
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