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The Gram BioLine MPC Control unit is specially developed for users of Gram BioLine storage cabinets. The easy-to-navigate control is used across all Gram BioLine models making it easy for our customers to operate the cabinets.

The MPC control unit offers

The MPC control unit has a many built-in functionalities making operation easy - across all product ranges.

 

 

  • Temperature alarm* - Provides visual and acoustic alarms if the temperature exceeds the designated temperature limits.
  • Highest/lowest temperature logging* – Logging of maximum and minimum temperatures in the period since these were last reset.
  • Temperature history* - Records time and temperature if the upper or lower temperature limits set by the customer are exceeded.
  • E-sensor* – Extra sensor placed inside the storage space makes it possible to measure temperatures in the materials stored inside, or in a simulated substance.
  • Voltage-free output – Provides a remote alarm in case of power failure, door alarm or temperature alarm, with separate delay.
  • Offset – Temperature sensors can be adjusted separately.
  • Door alarm – Provides an acoustic and visual alarm if the door is open longer than the set delay or if the door is left ajar. Does not apply for BioUltra.
  • Key pad lock – The display can be locked using a code, ensuring nobody can change the settings or accidentally turn off the cabinet power supply.
  • Display – Easy-to-read LED display with soft-touch buttons.

 

* Applicable to BioUltra, BioPlus, BioMidi and BioCompact ll.

Got questions?

You are always welcome to contact us with questions regarding our MPC control unit. 

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