HumidiKit™ - Auto Humidity System for Incubators
$146.99
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.
Replacement Wafer Thermostat for Hova-Bator Egg Incubators 3122
$33.99
Complete 22 Amp for Desktop or Cabinet Incubator. Includes surge guard. Adjustable between 75 and 120 degrees F (depending on room temperature). You can use this thermostat as a replacement in Hova-Bator incubators or to build your own egg incubator. 110 Volt AC Power ONLY
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Replacement Little Giant 9300 & 10300 Thermostat Controller and Sensor Combo
$39.99 $47.99
Replacement for the Little Giant 9300, 10300, & 11300 Controller and Sensors. A digital electronic thermostat with temperature and humidity readout is easily adjustable with its LCD screen. Also included a new set of sensors for the controller.
IncuKit™ XL for Cabinet Incubators
from $79.99
The IncuKit XL ™ is an all-in-one kit designed to be the heart and brains of a homemade cabinet incubator. It allows you to convert a cabinet-sized enclosure into an incubator! To make your own incubator, you can use anything from an old refrigerator to a custom built cabinet! Simply choose your enclosure and install your IncuKit XL™ unit inside. Pretty cool? Well, actually it's pretty hot and it works very well. The IncuKit XL™ series has been redesigned to provide you with more options and versatility! First, select which style of thermostat is best for you: Basic Thermostat module: This is a standard on/off thermostat. This means that when the temperature hits a certain point, it turns the heater off and then back on full power once the temperature drops below a certain point. It will control the heater. This comes pre-set to 99.5 degrees F. Advanced Thermostat module: This is a proportional thermostat. As the temperature gets closer to the target temperature, it begins tapering off the power to the heater. This provides more precise control and provides lower temperature variation in the incubator. This unit also has a count-down hatch timer and provides the option to control an egg turner motor, if you choose to use one. This comes pre-set to 99.5 degrees F Second, select how many heater and fan modules your container will require: The number of heater and fan modules will be determined by the size of your container, how well it is insulated and the temperature outside the incubator. The IncuKit XL™ can be configured with one or two heater and fan modules, depending on these factors. Each heater and fan module will provide 125 watts of power. For medium size containers this may be all you need. For larger containers, you can add a second module to add an additional 125 watts of power. Do determine which option is best for you, a simple light bulb test will help. Get light bulbs that will generate enough heat to easily warm your incubator to at least 100 degrees F. See how many watts are required and that will help you know which option to select. The buyer is responsible for determining if this will generate enough heat for your enclosure. Caution: this is an AC powered device that you will be mounting in your incubator yourself. You must use a great deal of common sense when dealing with electrical devices. Electricity is wonderful but can be very dangerous. Use caution, common sense and if in doubt, ASK AN EXPERT!!! The IncuKit includes the following: Electronic Pre-Set thermostat designed specifically for incubators by IncubatorWarehouse.com (see details below) Each heater and fan module includes a high-output 120mm AC fan with protective screen, an integrated 125 watt heater with built-in safety thermal switch and mounting plate All mounting hardware Installation and operating instructions Easy to install and set up. All mounting hardware needed is included. And our step-by-step video makes it easy to install. Just mount the heater and fan module, mount the thermostat, connect them together and then plug it in. It's so easy!!   Simple to install! See this instructional video to see how simple it is to install this in your home-made incubator: If you find that your particular incubator needs more air circulation (a common issue in odd-shaped incubators), we offer 92mm and 120mm AC fans.  
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HovaBator Genesis 1588 Replacement Thermostat Digital Control Center
$73.99 $88.99
This is an OEM replacement thermostat for the HovaBator Genesis 1588 egg incubator. This purchase comes with the Incubator Warehouse 2 year IncuCare Warranty. 
IncuKit™ MINI for Desktop Incubators | Thermostat, Fan & Heater
$69.99
Many people prefer to build their own incubators. This is a fun do-it-yourself project. We’ve found that the biggest difficulty people run into while developing their incubators is being able to find a reliable heat source and thermostat. We’ve solved this problem by creating the IncuKit™ series thermostat fan heaters. We have created the IncuKit™ MINI to turn any small container into an incubator. This provides the heat, air circulation and thermostat control you need to accurately control the environment in your container for hatching eggs. The IncuKit™ MINI comes with a proportional thermostat, built-in 40 watt heater, and a built-in fan. The proportional thermostat controls the amount of power that is supplied to the heater instead of simply turning the heater off and on. This provides more accurate temperature control than a standard off/on thermostat. The thermostat also comes preset to 99.5 degrees F which can be easily adjusted if necessary. The digital display makes it easy to read the current temperature and to make changes. The IncuKit™ MINI operates on low 12 Volt DC power and includes an AC-to-DC converter that works with both 110/120v and 220/240v power input. An optional DC turner motor can easily be added which is controlled by the control module and is fully adjustable. In case of power outages, the IncuKit™ MINI can also be powered with a 12V battery (additional battery connectors required). NOTE: You can optionally purchase the car power adapter or battery clips so you can keep your incubator running while on the road! This can be especially handy if you are transporting eggs or queen bee cells to their new location. As always, all of our products are covered by our 2 Year IncuCare Warranty. Purchase today with no worries and experience the IncuKit™ MINI for yourself. How to determine the appropriate size container for the IncuKit MINI: There are several factors that determine how much power will be required to heat your container up to the appropriate temperature to hatch eggs. The size of the container, how well it is insulated, the room temperature and how much the room temperature fluctuates will all have a significant impact. The best way to determine if the IncuKit™ MINI is the right size for your container is pretty simple. Just put a 40 watt light bulb in your container (ensure it is thermally insulated since they get pretty hot!) and measure how warm your container gets. If it easily gets to at least 100 degrees F, then the IncuKit™ MINI should work. It is the user’s responsibility to determine if this product will generate enough heat for your container.   See this video for an overview of the IncuKit MINI:
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Bi-Metal Egg Incubator Thermostat Kit - Mechanical
$14.69 $20.99
This is a Brand New Sammax style thermostat that works GREAT in an incubator! Included with purchase:     * Thermostat with a temperature range of 80-105 F (Long 1.5" shaft can go through thick styrofoam walls)     * Control Knob with set screw and mini screwdriver     * Lead wires with insulated connectors for thermostat     * Screw nut that screws onto the thermostat shaft to help attach to a surface or panel     * 15A rating     * Can be used with either AC or DC applications     * Comes with a wiring diagram for wiring in a fan and a heater Caution: this is an electrically powered device that you will be mounting in your incubator yourself.  As with any thermostat like this, you should be sure to put a protecting screen of some kind around this to ensure the hot wires/metal is not touched.  You must use a great deal of common sense when dealing with electrical devices.  Electricity is wonderful but can be very dangerous.  Use caution, common sense and if in doubt, ASK AN EXPERT!!!
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Bi-Metal Egg Incubator Thermostat - Mechanical
$13.99 $19.99
This is a Brand New Sammax style thermostat that works GREAT in an incubator! Included with purchase:    * Thermostat with a temperature range of 80-115 F (Long 1.5" shaft can go through thick styrofoam walls)    * Screw nut that screws onto the thermostat shaft to help attach to a surface or panel    * 15A rating    * Can be used with either AC or DC applications    * Comes with a wiring diagram for wiring in a fan and a heaterCaution: this is an electrically powered device that you will be mounting in your incubator yourself.  As with any thermostat like this, you should be sure to put a protecting screen of some kind around this to ensure the hot wires/metal is not touched.  You must use a great deal of common sense when dealing with electrical devices.  Electricity is wonderful but can be very dangerous.  Use caution, common sense and if in doubt, ASK AN EXPERT!!!
IncuKit™ XL for Reptile Incubators
$90.99
The IncuKit XL™ for reptiles is an all-in-one kit designed to be the heart and brains of a homemade reptile incubator. It allows you to convert a cabinet-sized enclosure into an incubator! To make your own incubator, you can use anything from an old refrigerator to a custom built cabinet! Simply choose your enclosure and install your IncuKit XL™ for reptiles unit inside.  Pretty cool?  Well, actually it's pretty hot and it works very well.   The IncuKit XL™ for reptiles has been redesigned to work specifically in reptile incubators that require lower temps! The IncuKit XL™ for reptiles includes the following: Basic Thermostat module: This is a standard on/off thermostat.  This means that when the temperature hits a certain point, it turns the heater off and then back on full power once the temperature drops below a certain point.  It will control the heater and fan. This comes pre-set to 99.5 degrees F but is fully adjustable to the temperature required for reptile eggs.  1 x 125 Watt Heater/Fan: This heater/fan is great for providing heat to medium to large size reptile incubators. The included wire adapter makes it so the heater and fan turn off once the desired temperature is reached. This helps to minimize the drying out of eggs and overheating the incubator. To determine if the included heater/fan unit will provide enough heat, a simple light bulb test will help.  Get light bulbs that will generate enough heat to easily warm your incubator to at least your desired temperature. See how many watts are required and that will help you know which option to select. The buyer is responsible for determining if this will generate enough heat for your enclosure.    Caution: this is an AC powered device that you will be mounting in your incubator yourself.  You must use a great deal of common sense when dealing with electrical devices.  Electricity is wonderful but can be very dangerous.  Use caution, common sense and if in doubt, ASK AN EXPERT!!! The IncuKit includes the following: Electronic Basic Digital Thermostat 1 x Heater/fan. Each heater and fan module includes a high-output 120mm AC fan with protective screen, an integrated 125 watt heater with built-in safety thermal switch and mounting plate Adapter extension cord for reptile incubators All mounting hardware Installation and operating instructions Easy to install and set up.  All mounting hardware needed is included.  And our step-by-step video makes it easy to install.  Just mount the heater and fan module, mount the thermostat, connect them together and then plug it in.  It's so easy!!   Simple to install!  See this instructional video to see how simple it is to install this in your home-made incubator: If you find that your particular incubator needs more air circulation (a common issue in odd-shaped incubators), we offer 92mm and 120mm AC fans.     
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IncuStat™ Advanced
$104.99
The IncuStatTM lets you add a sophisticated control module to your cabinet (or larger-style) egg incubator. This is designed to control the temperature, air circulation, and automatic turner motors in your incubator. Key features- Proportional thermostat - minimizes temperature swings (see details below)- Comes pre-set to 99.5 degrees F (easily adjustable, if desired)- Electronically controlled - Digital display- Controls the heater, fan and egg turner motors (it is not required to use this module to control all accessories, if you desire not to)- Hatch timer- Thermostat is calibration enabled- 110/120v power input- Remote sensor for accurate temperature reading- Easily mounts into your incubator (see video below)- Maximum heater wattage: 300 watts (see note below if you need more power) NOTE: if your incubator needs more power than 300 watts, you have the option of using a heater that is always on in order to bump up the entire wattage inside the incubator. For example, if you think you will need about 350 watts for your incubator, you can put a 60 watt light bulb inside the incubator that is always on. Then when the heater that you are regulating with the thermostat is on, you will have enough power in your incubator. Feel free to contact us if you would like further clarifications about this option. See this video to see how easy it is to install the Incubator Control Module: What is the difference between a proportional thermostat and an on/off thermostat? An off/off style thermostat turns the heater on full power when the temperature gets too low. Then it turns it completely off when the temperature gets too high. This style creates a wider swing in temperature because the temperature has to get too high or low before the thermostat responds. The proportional style thermostat adjusts the power up and down as the temperature starts getting close to the set-point (your target temperature). It will reduce the amount of power going to the heater as the temperature gets close to the set-point. Then it will increase the power as the temperature starts falling away from the set-point. This allows the temperature swing to be much smaller than the on/off style thermostat. When incubating eggs, accuracy counts! That is why a proportional style thermostat is preferred. Product Instructions: IncuStat™ Advanced
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Plug 'n Play Hygrostat for humidity control in Egg Incubator, Reptile Terrarium
$62.99
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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IncuStat™ Advanced for IncuKit XL
$110.99
IncuStat Advanced for IncuKit XL. This device lets you add a sophisticated control module to your cabinet (or larger-style) egg incubator. This is designed to control the temperature, air circulation and automatic turner motors in your incubator. Key features- Proportional thermostat - minimizes temperature swings (see details below)- Comes pre-set to 99.5 degrees F (easily adjustable, if desired)- Electronically controlled - Digital display- Controls the heater, fan and egg turner motors (it is not required to use this module to control all accessories, if you desire not to)- Hatch timer- Thermostat is calibration enabled- 110/120v power input - Remote sensor for accurate temperature reading- Easily mounts into your incubator (see video below)- Maximum heater wattage: 300 watts (see note below if you need more power) NOTE: if your incubator needs more power than 300 watts, you have the option of using a heater that is always on in order to bump up the entire wattage inside the incubator. For example, if you think you will need about 350 watts for your incubator, you can put a 60-watt light bulb inside the incubator that is always on. Then when the heater that you are regulating with the thermostat is on, you will have enough power in your incubator. Feel free to contact us if you would like further clarification about this option. See this video to see how easy it is to install the Incubator Control Module:   What is the difference between a proportional thermostat and an on/off thermostat? An off/off style thermostat turns the heater on full power when the temperature gets too low. Then it turns it completely off when the temperature gets too high. This style creates a wider swing in temperature because the temperature has to get too high or low before the thermostat responds. The proportional style thermostat adjusts the power up and down as the temperature starts getting close to the set-point (your target temperature). It will reduce the amount of power going to the heater as the temperature gets close to the set-point. Then it will increase the power as the temperature starts falling away from the set-point. This allows the temperature swing to be much less than the on/off style thermostat. When incubating eggs, accuracy counts! That is why a proportional-style thermostat is preferred.
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Plug 'n Play Digital Electronic Thermostat with Remote Sensor
$66.99
The Plug ‘n Play is a digital electronic thermostat with remote sensor designed specifically for incubators. It's great for both tabletop and cabinet incubators. It comes pre-wired and ready to use. You can use any heating element up to 225 Watts. Simply plug in your heater, heat mat, or light bulb to the 3 outlet plug outlet and you’re ready to go. The temperature can be adjusted in 0.1 degree increments. Just press the up or down arrow to set it. The screen has a flame icon that turns on when the heater is operating. This unit comes with a 24 inch remote sensor that can be placed inside your incubator. The white thermostat may be mounted on the outside of the incubator. Comes preset to 99.5 degrees F (37.5 in Celsius mode). Set point can be adjusted to any temperature between 41-113 degrees F If the temperature goes over 99.9, it reads: 00.1, 00.2, 00.3, etc. The digital readout displays temperature to the tenth of a degree (98.7, 99.4) The temperature switching differential is 0.2 degrees F. This means that if the temperature is set to 99.5 then the thermostat will turn the heat on when the thermostat sensor reads below 99.3 and turn off when the sensor reads above 99.7 110V AC Calibration enabled. This means that you can calibrate the thermostat if required. For example, if you have a thermometer that you trust and the digital thermostat reads a little different, you can calibrate the thermostat to match the trusted thermometer (calibrate in 0.1 degree increments up to +/- 5 degrees) Key lock feature allows you to set the temperature and lock the keys so it cannot be changed without unlocking the keys (keys are locked by pressing both up and down buttons for 5 seconds) Note: It is normal for the thermostat to turn the heater off and still have the air temperature increase a little bit. This happens because as the power to the heater turns off, the heater is still hot and will heat the air around it. The same is true when the heater turns back on: the temperature may decrease a little more as the heater gets back up to temperature. The amount this happens will depend on the amount of heat your heating element holds and the amount of circulation in your incubator. Keep in mind that the air temperature may vary without a negative impact to the eggs if the variation is rapid enough to not allow the eggs to heat or cool more than it should. As long as the up and down cycle is relatively small, less than a few minutes, and the average air temperature is at your target temperature, the temperature inside your egg (which is what really matters) will be just fine! This is true with any incubator and egg configuration. As always, all of our products are covered by our 2 Year IncuCare Warranty. Purchase today with no worries and experience the Plug ‘n Play Digital Electronic Thermostat for yourself.
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2365 - Circulated Air Hova-Bator
$121.99
TUV approved for use in classroom and laboratory settings. 12 Volt wafer thermostat with a fan for circulating air. Two windows provide visibility for monitoring hatches and temperatures. Includes plastic bottom liner and thermometer. 12 Volt DC power supply operates on 100 to 240 Volt AC . Only U.S. plug & cord set supplied. Without an automatic turner in place, the incubator will hold 50 duck or chicken eggs or 130 quail eggs. Dimensions: 18 1/2” x 18 1/2” x 9 1/2” Weight: 8 lbs.
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110V Electronic Thermostat for Little Giant Egg Incubators with Temperature Range Switch
$26.99
This thermostat is a direct replacement for the Little Giant Egg Incubators with electronic thermostats. This thermostat fixes a major issue with the Little Giant design (making small adjustments to the set temp). The Temperature Range Switch allows you to choose between 2 temperature control ranges (Narrow & Wide). Narrow (Poultry and Bird Incubation): Approx 95-105 degrees Wide (Reptiles & Other Uses): Approx 75-115 degrees This thermostat is for 110V AC Power ONLY.  Maximum Heater Switching Capacity = 100 Watts

There are three main styles of egg thermostats on the market today. 

1.) Bi-metal thermostat or wafer thermostat
2.) Digital thermostat
3.) Electronic thermostat 

The wafer and bi-metal thermostat styles are mechanical thermostats.  That means that there is some metal that actually moves as the temperature changes and this movement causes the electrical connection to open or close. The bi-metal thermostat uses two different kinds of metal which each expand and contract at different rates based on the temperature.  As they expand and contract differently, they move closer together or farther apart.  This is what causes the electrical connection to open or close.  The wafer thermostat consists of a pancake-like wafer that is filled with a gas that is very sensitive to temperature.  That means it will expand and contract a lot as the temperature changes.  This expansion or contraction causes the thickness of the wafer to change and the change causes the electrical connection to open or close. 

An electronic thermostat uses electronics to control a micro switch which then turns the power on and off.  The Little Giant incubator uses an electronic thermostat.  It has a control knob that the user turns according to the temperature reading of the thermometer.  The electronic thermostat does not have a digital display to show the actual temperature.  You must rely on a thermometer for the actual temperature reading. 

digital thermostat uses electronics to control the power turning on and off and it has a digital display so you can see on a screen what is happening with the incubator thermostat.  A digital thermostat will include a thermometer as part of the device so the user can set the incubator thermostat to the desired set-point and then just walk away.  The digital thermostat will do the rest.