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When FIEM designed their Cosmo incubator model it was with one aim in mind: the production of an incubator offering high build quality and an excellent standard of... Full Description
When FIEM designed their Cosmo incubator model it was with one aim in mind: the production of an incubator offering high build quality and an excellent standard of performance. This is exactly what the ‘Cosmo 72 MINILED’ digital incubator offers. The features listed below are the result of years of dedicated research to realise innovative, user-friendly solutions within a high quality and durable machine.
The Cosmo 72 MINILED's control panel offers precise and reliable temperature control via a ‘PID’ (Proportional Integral Derivative controller). This addition promotes a greater degree of accuracy in the delivery of required temperature within the machine during incubation. It also has a PID ‘ON-OFF’ function on the control panel, enabling the user to manage the incubation temperature according to the specific climate of their country.
Suitable for the more experienced hobbyist and incubatorists seeking to incubate and hatch medium sized clutches of a variety of eggs, the Cosmo 72 MINILED provides solid support from Embyro to Hatchling.
|Egg Capacity||Rhea: 9 | Chicken: 72 | Quail: 150 | Goose: 30 | Duck: 70 | Partridge : 150 | Pheasant : 96 | Turkey: 62 | Emu: 9|
|Power Consumption||185 watts|
|Power Supply||230v ~ 50-60hz|
|Humidty Control||Manual, Pump upgrade available|
|Warranty||1 Year +|
|Instruction Manual||Download instructions here|
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|Very Happy with the Cosmo, it is very spacious and gave great results with my ducks and chickens.|
|Bought this as I don't get on with brinsea for hatching my quail. I would highly recommend this! It keeps it temperature well and it's really reliable BUT you have to keep all yours eggs in the tray as it slides back and forth (sounds obvious I know) but I had some eggs in lock down and didn't want them moving so put them outside the tray and it smashed them to pieces (my fault of course) also if you have chicks hatch whilst the tray is still on (there is a separate plug to turn it off) then their legs get stuck under if they don't move. Also the quail chicks fall down the gap between the grid and the door (other larger poultry like chickens would be fine) so I placed some rolled up paper to bridge the gap. Other than these teething issues which I found out the hard way, I would recommend this incubator!|