96 BRAND automatic egg incubator,digital with latest LED display and controllers
Customer Question & Answer
Specification of Newest 96 Eggs Mini Egg Incubator with 264 Quail Eggs
[Working lifetime]: 6-8years
[Voltage]: 110/220V Weight: 9 kg
[Package size]: 55*54*35cm
[Hatching rate]: More than 98%
[Package details]: Carton with foam inside
[Capacity]: Chicken eggs: 96
Duck eggs: 48
Quail eggs: 264
Goose eggs: 48. Advantages of New VA-96 Mini Egg Incubator:
**Egg tray with motor automatic turn eggs.
**Easy to operate.
**Motor: 1/240rpm motor
**Low noise, brushless fan (longer working life )
Features of Mini Egg Incubator:
1. Digital displaying of temperature, humidity and turning freqency.
2. Full automatically temperature controlling.
3. Full automatically humidity controlling.
4. Full automatically egg turning.
5. Full automatically alarming.
6. Full automatically cooling and ventilator.
7. Back emergency system.
8. Microcomputer, completely automatic incubator.
9. Automaticlly remote controll. Testing Your Unit of the Mini Egg Incubator for the First Time!
1. Connect the egg turner plug to the control plug inside the egg compartment.
2. Connect the provided power supply to the back of the unit and your power source.
3. Switch on your power source.
4. Switch your unit on.
5. You will hear an alarm sounding due to low temperature/humidity.
6. Press any of the green buttons to cancel the alarm.
7. By opening the incubator and filling the water channels you will notice the humidity reading increase.
8. Let the unit run for 2 hours to note the egg turner turning.
How long will Mini Egg Incubator take to incubate chicken eggs?
The incubation period for chicken eggs is 21 days. You should turn your eggs at least three times a day for the first 18 days, and stop turning after the 18th day (or use a hatcher if you have eggs from different days in the same machine). This allows the chick time to orient itself inside the egg before piping.
After day 18, KEEP THE INCUBATOR CLOSED except to add water. This will help bring the humidity up to help the chicks hatch. I know it will kill you not to open the incubator 1000 times when it’s this close to hatch time, but it’s not good for the chicks. If you haven’t bought an incubator yet, invest the extra couple bucks in the picture window model. Then you can “see it all” without causing harm to your hatch.
With a large capacity and small footprint, this incubator is the ideal choice for many medium scale breeders, and has all the features a pro would expect. With a digital control panel featurinig digital temperature controls, humidity readout, countdown timer, and the ability to set alarms, you can have more control over your incubation than ever before.
Did I mention the dual fans for even temperature distribution? And the ventilation holes for fresh air exchange? And that it comes with 2 levels for true versatility? And the instruction manual that not only explains machine setup and calibration, but also troubleshooting and incubation tips? Oh yes, it has all of that, and more! With a clear base, you can easily see all of your eggs during incubation without even opening the incubator. You can use both levels for incubating, both for hatching, or one of each, giving you a true all-in-one machine. The features of this incubator just keep going, and for the price point, it is unparalleled.
- Automatic Egg Turning turns eggs every 2 hours
- All Digital Display includes Temp readout and setting, humidity readout, countdown timer, and alarms
- Incubator can be easily calibrated if needed
- Fahrenheit Temperature Display
- 2 Levels for true versatility- can use both levels as incubators, or one as incubator one as hatcher, or both as hatchers.
- Universal Egg Turner- no need to change racks for different sized eggs
- Egg Turners easily removed for reptile egg or large egg incubation
- 2 Internal fans provide consistent temperature throughout
- Ventilation holes allow for fresh air exchange
- Complete instruction with in-depth troubleshooting and tips.
- Its is important to fill both water channels to increase the humidity. (this is very important to ensure that the eggshells are soft enough for the chicks to break through.)
- You should never open the lid when the chicks start to hatch. If you do, the loss of humidity will cause the eggshells of the unhatched eggs to dry out and they won’table to break through the egg