Our Cabinet incubator for reptiles. Hold as many as 80 Ball Python eggs.
Complete with our acclaimed digital temperature thermostat with alphanumeric readout. Directly set the temperature on the Alphanumeric display.
Hi and Low temperature alarms. Passcode protection. Super quiet fan circulates the heat to ensure even heat distribution. Clear polycarbonate door.
Outside Dimensions 17’wide X 17.5’deep X 24’high . Shelf dimensions: 15.75′ X 14.75′
After talking to a hundreds ball python breeders over the years, this is our answer to what they’ve been asking for. But these aren’t just for Ball Pythons. Set the temperature between 75 to 104 degrees Fahrenheit by directly entering the value you want on the display.
Now available with hinges on the side instead of on the bottom. In fact, that’s how we’ll build it unless you call us or shoot us an email saying you want the hinges on the bottom. Egg boxes not included. The one’s pictured are Sterilite shoe boxes. 5″ minimum between shelves.
ARTI – Ambient Room Temperature Incubator. ARTI goes where no incubator has gone before. ARTI heats and cools to maintain the setpoint. We were the first to bring this concept to the reptile incubating world. Don’t confuse the ARTI with other less precise models. Those other models are ± 2 or even 3 degrees C – that adds up to a total swing of 6 degrees around the setpoint. They may heat and cool but don’t do it with the precision you need for incubating reptile eggs. The ARTI performs at ± 1/2 degree C or better. That is at least 4 times better accuracy.
ARTI excells at maintaining setpoints close to the temperature of the room Arti is operating in. Even below the ambient room temperature!
Normal operating range is 20 degrees below the ambient room temperature to 20 degrees above the ambient room temperature. The controls can be set between 10 degrees Celcius and 40 degrees Celcius but the actual operating range is limited by the ambient room temperature.
- Researchers working with flies, crickets, mosquitoes, honey bees.
- Reptile researchers and breeders. Simulate hibernation – Diapause. Run the incubator at 50-55 degrees F – even though your room temperature is 75 degrees!
- Some reptiles need to be incubated at or below 80 degrees and that can be tough to do during the summer in warmer climates.
- Chameleon Breeders – Determine whether your eggs hatch as males or females by incubating at a certain temperature for males and different temperature for females.