OF4-10PW Programmable Forced Convection Oven (Window, 112L)


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Unattended operation is absolutely available with the intelligent programmable controller.

  • 120V, 60Hz, US Plug


Available on backorder

Easy setting program temperature for everyone

  • User interface that provides a quick view of temperature changes
    (heating, stable, and cooling) and fan speed also.
  • Set various test condition using 10 programs and 10 steps, which can be repeated up to 99 times.
  • Start temperature, temperature and time for each step, and Opti-flowTM all adjustable as desired.
Easy and intuitive program setting interface
Program setting can be flexibly adjusted according to each test requirement



Structural and functional features for improved user convenience

  • Opti-flow™, a function to flexibly adjust the fan speed
    according to the specimen type and test conditions.
  • Stacking Kit (optional) ensuring the safe fitting of one unit
    to another, thus doubling the amount of work done in a given area for improved space efficiency.
  • Hands-free™ door system to allow users to easily open
    the door while carrying samples with both hands.
Fan speed can be adjusted manually according
Two-unit stacking for improved space efficiency (option)


Real-time monitoring to check status of device

  • BMS communication port that helps monitor the device temperature on the building management system, enabling quick response in case of abnormality. (option)
  • Monitor and control via mobile app anytime, anywhere with LC Connected. (mobile monitoring system) (option)
BMS communication port that helps enable quick response through continuous monitoring (option)
Real-time monitoring and control via mobile (option)


Convenient checking for the test progress and data

  • RS-232/USB port and compatible software provided to enable easy device control and data management using PC.
  • Test data is automatically saved and easily downloaded via USB;
    easy to edit and use. (in CSV format)
  • 36 latest events, such as errors and door opened or closed, automatically recorded, helping user obtain feedback on experimental results.
Data storage using USB ports
Up to 36 latest events automatically recorded


Reliable temperature control performance based on stable control mechanisms

  • Wide temperature range of up to 250℃.
  • Three-point temperature calibration that ensures high temperature accuracy over a wide temperature range.
  • Ramping rates (℃/min) flexibly adjustable for each test performed.
  • Excellent temperature distribution through the formation of optimal airflow for uniform heat transfer.
    (±1.9℃ or below at 100℃)
Three-point temperature calibration that ensures precise temperature control
Ramping rates adjusted for each test performed


SKU: AAH12976U Category:
Model Solid door (without window) OF4-10P
Window door OF4-10PW
Chamber volume (L/cu ft) 112/3.96
Temperature 1) Range (℃/℉) Amb. + 10~250 / Amb. + 18 ~ 482
Fluctuation at 100℃ (±℃/±℉) 0.3/0.54
Variation at 100℃ (±℃/±℉) 1.7/3.06
Heating time to 100℃ (min) 14
Recovery time at 100℃ (min) 4
Control Panel 5inch TFT Color LCD
Communication interface USB, RS-232, BMS
Function Program setting 10 program, 10 step, start temp.
Scehdular Set day, time, and program No
Recently event record 36ea
Fan speed adjustable Three-step wind speed settings
Recommended temperature Three frequently used temperature settings suggested
Graph Available checking the stored and real-time data as graphs
Data storage Save the test data in CSV format
Temp. ramping rate (℃/min. / ℉/min.) 0~6/0~10.8
Dimensions Interior (W x D x H, mm/inch) 485 x 350 x 655 /
19.09 x 13.78 x 25.79
Exterior (W x D x H, mm/inch) 663 x 677 x 859 /
26.1 X 26.65 X 33.82
Net weight (kg/lbs) 63/138.9
Shelves Quantity of shelves (Standard/max.) 2/8
Max. Load per shelf (kg/lbs) 30/66.1
Number of Air change per hour at 100 ℃ 2) 18
Electrical requirements (120V, 60Hz, A) 12.3
Cat. No. Solid door (without window) AAH12936U
Window door AAH12976U
1) This data was measured when the fan speed was set to Step 5. If the fan speed is set to Step 1 or Step 3, the fluctuation and variation values will increase. (According to DIN 12880, before 2013)
2) This data was measured when the fan speed was set to Step 5. If the fan speed is set to Step 1 or Step 3, the number of air changes may decrease. (According to ASTM D 5374, reapproved 1999)