HumidiKit™ - Auto Humidity System for Incubators
One of the common hassles with incubation is maintaining the humidity inside the incubator. These hassles include the need to frequently fill the water reservoirs or not being able to maintain the desired humidity. We are proud to introduce the HumidiKit automatic humidity system for egg incubators. This system is designed to instantly deliver accurate humidity to most incubators. The integrated digital hygrostat that measures and controls the humidity is fully adjustable so you can achieve the humidity range that is right for your eggs. The humidifier is designed to gently provide instant humidity and fresh air directly inside the incubator for an accurate humidity range. The humidifier also comes with a one liter bottle which typically needs to be filled once a week for most desktop incubators. To extend the life of your humidiKit we recommend using distilled water. This unit comes ready to install into your incubator; simply place the probes from the HumidiKit inside the incubator, insert the hose into a vent hole, fill the water bottle, and connect to power. The HumidiKit is also covered by the IncubatorWarehouse Two-Year IncuCare Warranty so you can purchase with confidence.
4 inch Butterfly Vent for Cabinet Incubator (5 inch total diameter)
4" Butterfly Vent for Cabinet Incubator (5" total diameter). Metal.
EZ Water Filler 12 oz
The EZ Water Filler makes the task of adding water accurately to any incubator a breeze. No more spilling water, overfilling, or guessing where your water will go. 12 oz bottle with tube extension.
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EZ Incubator Water Trough Filler
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The EZ Incubator Water Trough Filler makes the task of adding water accurately to any incubator a breeze. No more spilling water, overfilling, or guessing where your water will go.
AccuMist - Automatic Humidity Management for IncuView 3 Pro
Automate your humidity in the IncuView 3
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Plug 'n Play Hygrostat for humidity control in Egg Incubator, Reptile Terrarium
The Plug ‘n Play Hygrostat is a digital electronic hygrostat with remote sensor designed specifically to control the humidity level in incubators and terrariums. It's great for both tabletop and cabinet incubators and large and small terrariums.  It comes pre-wired and ready to use. You can use watering device up to 500 Watts and you can use up to three devices. Simply plug in your pump, water valve, humidifier or any other watering device into the 3-outlet plug and you’re ready to go. The humidity set point can be adjusted in 1% increments. Setting it is very simple to do.  This unit comes with a 40 inch remote sensor that can be placed inside your incubator.  It also has a remote temperature sensor so it can compensate humidity measurements for changes in temperature.  Please note: this device does not display the temperature.   Set point can be adjusted to any humidity level between 1% - 99% Runs on 110V AC and will power 110V AC devices.  If you have a DC watering device, you'll need a power converter to change AC to DC (like a laptop power supply).   Calibration enabled. This means that you can calibrate the hygrostat, if required. For example, if you have a hygrometer that you trust and the digital hygrostat reads a little different, you can calibrate the hygrotstat to match the trusted hygrometer (calibrate in 1% increments up to +/- 10%) You are able to change the hysteresis from 1% - 30%.  This means you are able to set the range of humidity that turns the power on and off.  For example, if you set a hysteresis of 5, the hygrostat will wait until the humidity level has dropped 5% below your set point before turning on the power.  It will turn off the power as soon as the level hits the set point This device can also be set to control the power for a dehumidifying device as well, if desired (only one at a time, it can't do both at a time).   You will notice in the pictures that there are two different sensor probes.  The larger one senses the moisture level.  The smaller one measures temperature so that the humidity sensor can compensate for changes in temperature. As noted above, this unit does not display temperature.   What devices can I use with this device to get water into my container?   Great question!  There are three main options to consider. 1. Water valve - use a small water valve attached to a reservoir of water that is kept above your container.  When the valve is powered on, the valve opens and water flows into your chamber. The water can fill a water reservoir in your container of flow onto a wicking pad.  2. Small water pump - A mini pump will bring water from a container kept outside the container.  This is set up similar to the water valve but the water container does not have to be kept above your container.  3. Humidifier - you can get a mini unit that could fit insider your container or a larger one that would be kept outside the container and then use flexible pipe or hose to pump the moist air into your container.  With egg incubators, be sure to find one that have low enough air flow that it will not cool off the incubator too much.   Note: It is normal for the hygrostat to turn the watering device off and still have the humidity level increase a little bit. This happens because as the power to the watering device turns off, the water that has already entered the container still needs to warm up and stabilize. The same is true when the power turns back on: the humidity may decrease a little more as the water takes time to dissipate in your container.  The amount this happens will depend on how quickly your watering device puts water (or mist) into your container.   Keep in mind that the variation in humidity levels over a short period of time is not nearly as important as the average humidity level over several days.   As always, all of our products are covered by our One-year Hassle-free Guarantee. Purchase today with no worries and experience the Plug ‘n Hygrostat for yourself. Product Instructions: Plug N' Play Hygorstat
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Ova-Easy/TLC Advance Humidity Pump
Specifically designed to work seamlessly with the Ova-Easy ADVANCE cabinet egg incubators and the new TLC-40 and 50 ADVANCE parrot brooders this humidity pump includes a peristaltic pump and an external water reservoir which eliminates the chances of water in the incubator or brooder harboring bacteria. The unit stands beside the incubator or brooder and is connected to it by an electrical lead and a flexible tube for water supply. Incubation Humidity settings are controlled directly from the incubator's or brooder's intuitive digital menu and the achieved relative Humidity (RH) is continuously shown on the incubator’s or brooder's digital display. The Ova-Easy ADVANCE cabinet incubators or the new TLC ADVANCE brooders, coupled with the Humidity Pump effectively maintains the humidity level precisely at the level the user sets irrespective of changes in room humidity and so overcomes problems that can commonly lead to eggs failing to hatch – especially in the latest stages of incubation or dehydration of young birds.

When evaluating the cost of an egg incubator, it is important to consider the accessories you plan to buy. There are many egg incubator accessories that can improve the incubation process.  The most common incubator accessories are egg turnersforced air fan kitsegg candlersincubator thermostats & incubator thermometers.  Even though you can purchase a high-quality egg incubator for around $40, customers usually find it least expensive to buy an egg incubator combo kit that includes everything they need.  

Believe it or not an egg must be turned at least 2-3 times per day to prevent the embryo from sticking to the side of the shell.  This is accomplished by turning the eggs by hand or by using an automatic egg turner.  Automatic egg turners work by rocking or rolling the eggs to keep the embryo from sticking to the shell.  A very slow RPM motor is used to automate the egg turner.  

An egg candler (sometimes called an egg tester or egg testing light) is used to illuminate an egg so you can see the developing embryo inside the egg.  When using an egg candler you will be able to see the developing veins & eventually movement of the developing bird.  We believe that the best egg candler for the money is the IncuBright Egg Candler.  See pictures and instructions for using an Egg Candler.

An incubator thermostat is the most critical component inside an egg incubator.  Finding the right thermostat can be very difficult.  There are several types of incubator thermostats: Bi-metal Incubator Thermostat (sometimes called a incubator wafer thermostat), On/Off Electronic Incubator Thermostat, & Proportional Incubator Thermostat.  The most accurate and consistent type of incubator thermostat is the Proportional Incubator Thermostat because it keeps a more constant temperature by turning the power to the heater up or down instead of turning it on and off.  Bi-Metal & Electronic on/off incubator thermostats also work well, but they require the correct amount of heater wattage to avoid excess overshooting or undershooting of the incubator thermostat set-point.