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Heater question
    #3511380 - 12/17/04 12:10 AM (13 years, 5 months ago)

I'm using a really dinky little heater for incubation and I was wondering how long it should take to heat up to 82-83 degrees.



It's 4 inch / 7.5 watt.
I know it's a dinky piece of junk but it's all I had to work with.

Anybody?


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Re: Heater question [Re: SubtractTheWack]
    #3511497 - 12/17/04 12:50 AM (13 years, 5 months ago)

you'll have to set up your incubator and test it, there is no way of us knowing
simply because we dont know all the details, keep in mind, it may not reach the
desired temp, but anything over room temperature is an improvement and you can
use a blanket for insulation to help retain the heat


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Re: Heater question [Re: Prisoner#1]
    #3511586 - 12/17/04 01:12 AM (13 years, 5 months ago)

Quote:

Prisoner#1 said:
you'll have to set up your incubator and test it, there is no way of us knowing
simply because we dont know all the details, keep in mind, it may not reach the
desired temp, but anything over room temperature is an improvement and you can
use a blanket for insulation to help retain the heat



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Re: Heater question [Re: SubtractTheWack]
    #3512755 - 12/17/04 10:40 AM (13 years, 5 months ago)

The one thing i recommend is just keeping your room about 74 degrees, and then applying a heating pad (about 20 bucks) and keep it on LOW. Also- if u want to know the temperature, buy a thermometer. I used an indoor/outdoor electric thermometer (heh also gives me the phases of the moon) for only 20 bucks. Constantly check the temp.

-David


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