The wattage of an incubator refers to the amount of power it uses to generate heat. The wattage of an incubator depends on several factors, including its size, the heating elements used, and the required temperature and humidity levels.
Typically, small incubators may use between 50 to 100 watts, while larger incubators may use between 150 to 200 watts or more. Higher wattage incubators will generally be able to heat the incubator space faster and maintain a more consistent temperature, but they will also use more electricity.
When choosing an incubator, it’s important to consider the wattage to ensure that it is adequate for the size of the incubator and the required temperature and humidity levels. It’s also important to make sure that the incubator is equipped with a thermostat and other temperature control features to ensure accurate and consistent temperature regulation.