Voltage Rating: 220V AC ±10%50HZ
Power Rating: 20W
Input Voltage: 12V DC ±10%
Output Voltage: 12V DC ±10%2A
Temperature Test Accuracy: ±0.1℃
Environment Humidity: ≤85%RH
Ambient Temperature: -10℃-38℃
Optional Pattern: Hold 10 Pieces/Hold 20 Pieces
-Imiitation of hen hatching body temperature.
-Suitable for breeding eggs of various sizes, low noise, and easy to use.
-Made of EPS foam material, good insulation performance and uniform temperature.
-This is a semi-automatic incubator, which requires manually turning the egg 4-6 times a day.
-High precision temperature controller with small temperature difference and high hatching rate.
Button Operation Instructions:
1.The Temperature Setting
Under the normal display state, short press “set” key, the screen flashing number is the current machine setting temperature, press “+” or “-” key to adjust to the required temperature, and then press “set” key, the machine will automatically save and exit the setting interface.
2.Egg Lighting Operation
Short press the ‘ligting’ button to illuminate the egg.
3.Quickly Restore The Factory Settings
Hold down the “+” and “-” keys together and do not raise your hand (about 5 seconds). The buzzer sounds and the screen flashes once to indicate that the control panel has successfully restored all factory default data (including previously calibrated temperatures) ).
How To Use:
Step 1: First add the appropriate amount of fresh water to the hatching water bag and prepare it for use.
Step 2: After receiving the incubator, lay the lower heating mat flat. Place the filled water bag on the heating pad. The opening of the water bag is fixed on the foam box next to the incubator with a clip to prevent water from spilling out .
Step 3: Place the temperature sensor on the water bag and fix it with tape(Be sure to place on the surface of the water bag, contact with the water bag). When ready, put the egg in.
Step 4: Start testing the machine and wait for the temperature to stabilize before placing the sterilized eggs evenly on the water bag inside the incubator.
Step 5: In the incubator, after the hatching eggs are placed, the breathable and warm quilt is laid on top of the eggs, don’t be too loose or too tight, and the hatching process does not need to cover the lid of the incubator. If the temperature is low, the quilt needs to be covered tightly; if the temperature is high, do not cover it too tightly.
Step 6: The watering can is filled with water and placed in the machine to keep the kettle water temperature consistent with the temperature of the eggs. Spray water three days before hatching and spray 2-3 times a day.
1.Be sure to test whether the water bag leaks, otherwise it will lead to the risk of short circuit.
2.Must ensure that the covered material is breathable and that there is enough oxygen in the incubator.
3.Invert the eggs in the incubator every day (2-3 times/day). Do not take away the warmth when turning over the egg.
1 x Incubator
1 x Mini Sprayer
1 x Small Flashlight
1 x Clamp
1 x Battery Cable
1 x Sponge Pad
1 x Clear Plastic Bag
1 x Adapter