The Cincinnati Sub-Zero (CSZ) Z Plus 64-10 Temperature / Humidity Chamber is a 64 ft tall, 1810L testing chamber featuring cooling, heating and humidity measurement functions with two 4" ports on either side. CSZ 64-10 units offer extended refrigeration performance with a selection of three refrigeration systems which save energy costs and prevent coil frost up for efficient operation. The CSZ 64-10's humidification system conducts humidity and moisture resistance testing that meets a variety of commercial and military standards. In regard to communications features, Cincinnati Sub-Zero Z-Plus 64-10 models adhere to EIA-232 and EIA-485 with the option to be IEEE-488 GPIB compliant, and provide ethernet connectivity for monitoring and control. The controller interface displays snapshots of current activity like actual/setpoint values, alarms, datalogging, profile, security, IP address and more. CSZ 64-10 chambers can be monitored or controlled remotely from any device, including smartphones, tablets and your PC, using LAN/VNC. The Cincinnati Sub-Zero Z-Plus 64-10 alarm system sends emails or text messages in the event of a test chamber alarm, delivering you data remotely when you need it most.
Cincinnati Sub-Zero Z-Plus 64-10 Features
- Two 4” access ports centered on the left-hand and right-hand sides for ease of cable routing
- EZ-tilt controller screen tilts up or down 20° to accommodate users of different heights
- Single-handed latch operation for ease of use
- Fog-free viewing window provides product viewing
- Interior light illuminates chamber workspace and product
- Workspace interior is heliarc-welded with type 304
- Double gasketing assures a vapor tight seal and non-settling low “K” factor fiberglass insulation minimizes heat loss
- Each chamber fully pressure tested along with fully welded ports to eliminate potential leaks and prolong chamber life
Cincinnati Sub-Zero Z-Plus 64-10 SpecsLive Load Capacity / Cooling Performance
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Cincinnati Sub-Zero Z-Plus 64-10 Standards
- IEEE-488 GPIB