Mini Incubator Automatic Digital Egg Fan,Temperature Function Incubator 16 Eggs Poultry Hatcher for Chickens Ducks Goose…

✔.The incubator holds 16 chicken sized eggs.
✔.AN egg lamp on it, external ventilation, clear window surrounding the eggs you’ll be able to see the entire incubation process without interrupting.
✔.Quality Matetrial: ABS+PC

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Mini Incubator Automatic Digital Egg Fan,Temperature Function Incubator 16 Eggs Poultry Hatcher for Chickens Ducks Goose Birds

Can be loaded for 16 chicken eggs, 12 duck eggs, 8 Goose eggs or 24 bird eggs.

Power: 45W
Weight: 3.17kg
Material: PC + ABS
Voltage: 110-220V / DC 12V
Size: 13 “* 13” * 11.6 “(33cm * 33cm * 29.5cm)

Instructions:

1, Set the temperature
  Step 1: Power state, press the SET button, the display shows the code “PP” (such as the display of other code, please give up this operation to re-enter), then the temperature

value flashing display,
  Step 2: Press the “+” or “-” flashing temperature value will be added or subtracted accordingly, reach the temperature you need to set, stop the operation, (long press “+”,

“-” can quickly increase or decrease the value)
2, Automatically turn eggs
  In normal working conditions, the machine every 90 minutes to turn eggs,go on 20 seconds
✔.The incubator holds 16 chicken sized eggs.
✔.AN egg lamp on it, external ventilation, clear window surrounding the eggs you’ll be able to see the entire incubation process without interrupting.
✔.Quality Matetrial: ABS+PC
✔.Note: The same batch of eggs should have a similar size in this incubator.
✔.Automatic egg turner, you don’t need to turn the eggs manually.) It can hatch chickens, ducks, fowl and geese,etc.

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