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Scilogex 86143101 Model MS-H280-Pro LED Circular-Top Digital Magnetic Hot Plate Stirrer with 5.3" Diameter Ceramic Coated Plate, 110V

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Specifications for this item
Brand Name Scilogex
Part Number 86143101
Number of Items 1
Display LED
EAN 0858499002711
Maximum Speed 1500  RPM
Minimum Speed 100  RPM
Overall Height 80  mm
Overall Length 260  mm
Overall Width 150  mm
Size With Ceramic Coated Plate, 110V
Temperature Range +25/280  Degrees Celsius
UNSPSC Code 41121800
UPC 858499002711
Wattage 515  Watts

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Product Features

  • Temperature range of 25 to 280 degrees C is adjustable in 1-degree increments
  • Ceramic-coated stainless steel plate for corrosion resistance and fast cool-down
  • Dual LED displays for digital temperature and stirring speed control, and an external sensor (sold separately) to ensure temperature regulation to + or - 0.5 degrees C
  • Stirring speed range of 100 to 1,500 rpm
  • Modes for stirring, heating, or stirring and heating

Product Details

User Manual [PDF]
  • Product Dimensions: 10.2 x 6 x 3.2 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 4.4 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
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  • ASIN: B00AYGIFCA
  • Item model number: 86143101
  • Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (21 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #9,019 in Industrial & Scientific (See Top 100 in Industrial & Scientific)
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Product Description

The Scilogex MS-H280-Pro digital stirring hot plate has a 5.3" diameter ceramic-coated stainless steel plate top and a temperature range of 25 to 280 degrees C that is adjustable in 1-degree increments. The ceramic-coated stainless steel plate provides corrosion resistance and fast cool-down. It has dual LED displays for digital temperature and stirring speed control, and an external sensor (sold separately) to ensure temperature regulation to + or - 0.5 degrees C. This hot plate has a stirring speed range of 100 to 1,500 rpm, and it can be set to stir, heat, or stir and heat. A hot top light indicates when temperature is above 50 degrees C and helps ensure safe operation. This stirring hot plate is used to heat glassware and heat and mix liquid solutions for scientific applications.

Specifications
Top plate materialCeramic-coated stainless steel
Temperature range25 to 280 degrees C
Temperature increments1 degree C
Temperature accuracy+ or - 0.5 degrees C (with external probe, sold separately)
Heater power500 watts
Speed range100 to 1,500 rpm
Capacity3L
Standards metcTUVus, CE marking
Power110V/60Hz, 515 watts
Weight5lb.
Top plate dimensions5.3"diameter
Overall Dimensions3.2 × 6 × 10.2 inches (H x W x D)

H is height, the vertical distance from the lowest to highest point; W is width, the horizontal distance from left to right; D is depth, the horizontal distance from front to back.

Laboratory hot plates are electric or gas-fired benchtop appliances that are used to heat glassware or its liquid or solid contents. Stirring hot plates can stir a liquid solution by means of a stir bar that is spun magnetically inside the vessel holding the solution. Hot plates are commonly used in scientific research, clinics, and classrooms.

Scilogex manufactures laboratory equipment and supplies. The company, founded in 2008 and headquartered in Berlin, CT, meets International Organization for Standardization (ISO) standards 9000 and 13485.


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Customer Reviews

3.5 out of 5 stars

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

26 of 26 people found the following review helpful By Jack R. Smith on July 5, 2013
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I bought the MS-H280 Pro hotplate and stirrer to provide a temperature stabilized liquid bath to characterize semiconductor parameter change with temperature. The features I needed were digital control of temperature, built-in stirrer and an external temperature sensing probe. The MS-H280 Pro met those requirements at a reasonable price and a suitable size.

Scilogex has a promotion running for hotplates purchased during 2013 that provides a free platinum temperature sensor, a model PT1000 for the MS-H280. Adding the PT1000 sensor greatly increases the usefulness of the hotplate.

As an aside for those not familiar with how temperature control works with the MS-H280 and other similar products, the user enters a set point temperature and the hotplate tries to maintain that temperature by comparing the set point with measured temperature. The default measurement sensor is built into the hotplate heating element but there's obviously the potential for a significant difference between the heating element temperature and, for example, the temperature of water in a flask being heated. The optional platinum temperature sensor plugs into the hotplate and can be immersed in the liquid being heated so that the commanded temperature is compared with the liquid temperature, offering the potential of precise temperature control of the target.

To see how well the MS-H280 Pro controlled liquid temperature with the external probe, I heated 500 ml of distilled water in an Erlenmeyer flask with a stirring bar (200 RPM) and two temperature probes. One being the platinum control sensor and the second an Agilent E2308A thermistor connected to an Agilent 34410A digital multimeter, with logging every 10 seconds via an IEEE-488 bus to a laptop computer.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Jason Ochoa on December 16, 2014
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This hot plate can't boil water even at the highest setting(280C) with every container I have tried( with the exception of a small copper frying pan I tried looking for anything that would work). I really don't need very high heat for most of my applications so this is not the reason for the low rating. What I really really hate about this item is the high pitched whine the device produces when the spinner is on. I called and emailed the manufacturer, but they didn't respond to either. I can hear the noise in the adjacent room and its painful to be near when its on. If you use ear protection in your lab, or set it and leave then this problem might not impact you. Also, you must turn the knobs slowly or the device just set a random temp/rpm. I would not buy this item again, or anything else from this manufacturer as the quality of the product and service are both low.
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9 of 11 people found the following review helpful By kate on August 4, 2014
I bought this a few weeks ago and it worked for awhile for like a half hour or so, then the digital display started scrambling. Then the spin did not work. I unplugged it and tried again, and it happened again except it then went blank. the heating turned off and the back of the plug for the thermometer broke. It also has a huge heating distribution problem. Since this was like $200 I would have expected this to perform to a professional standard.

this is a cheap piece of equipment. Nothing heated over 110C even when I turned it past 200C

I contacted the seller and they said I had to have the original box, paperwork etc, which is ridiculous, since nobody keeps that stuff after it appears to be working for awhile. It sounds like a scam to me, because they are selling a heater for a high price and then have it work for just long enough to someone to not keep the original large size box, maybe even a few weeks before it completely breaks down. then they deny any level of refund or exchange because of this reason. they make it as difficult to get a refund or exchange and keep the $200 anyway. I filed a claim with amazon and the claim was denied because when I first received the item I left positive feedback. But not it does not work at all, and I was able to revise it after pulling the positive feedback. I am appealing the claim decision and hopefully by bank can also reverse the funds.

Also they do not offer a warranty or technical support because they cannot stand behind their product at all.

I ruined a good project including expensive materials because of this product and this seller. They need to either take this off the market or test these things before selling them to professionals. I am writing this because I hope nobody falls into the same trap I did.
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9 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Mike on May 14, 2013
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Pros: Technically digital temperature and spinner control.
Cons: Inaccurate temperature control, high overshoot, SLOW, low power, uneven surface temperature distribution.

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I'm measuring melting temperatures of things. First, I realize this is not the scientific way to run these tests, but it's how I'm doing it. Thank goodness I did tests before my experiments to check this thing.

Overshoot: If set to 70C from off, it will take 3-5 minutes to heat up, and overshoot up to about 78C. Then it will take 5-8 min to come back down to 71-72C.

Low Power and inaccurate temperature. I put some water directly on the plate to boil it. The water wouldn't boil until I turned the plate up to 160C. 160! It should boil at 100C, but this unit isn't strong enough to overcome the convective cooling of water. Actually, I set the plate to 125C and put boiling water on the plate, and the water actually COOLED DOWN. All the way down to less than 80C. That should not happen.

Also the knob doesn't always change the temperature in the right direction. Sometimes if you're turning the temperature up it will start turning the temperature down before realizing what you're doing and return to turning up. Ex: (Turning temp up) 77->76->75->74->72->73->74->76->80

I suppose if you're using the hotplate on high, and need the spinner, this isn't a bad option, but if you need an accurate hotplate, or a powerful one, spend extra money. If you don't need accuracy, but do need power, spend 20-30 bucks on an analog one. If you need consistency, get an analog resistive coil. I'm pretty sure they run at a constant power set by the potentiometer (knob) where digital guys like this kick on and off and thus fluctuate in temperature.
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