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Ova-Easy 190 Advance Series II Cabinet Incubator

Item Number:   MJ1923C
Price: $1,799.99
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Product Information

FULLY DIGITAL egg incubator with temperature and humidity display, programmable automatic egg turning and flexible egg handling to suit a wide range of egg sizes. Ideal for chicken, turkey, duck, goose, quail or pheasant eggs. 156 chicken egg capacity with the universal egg trays provided including the 48 egg hatching tray - 192 with optional species specific trays.

User Manuals

Click on the link below to download the User Manual
Ova-Easy 190 Advance User Manual

Description

The Ova-easy 190 Series II egg incubator like all models in the Brinsea® Ova-Easy cabinet incubator range is fitted with Brinsea’s proven Advance fully digital control system which is both accurate and easy to use. Incubation temperature (in °C or °F) and humidity are continuously displayed along with temperature alarms and egg turning status.

The OVA-Easy 190 Advance Series II egg incubator is designed to offer the best possible performance. The unique laminar airflow, coupled with high levels of insulation mean that temperature is extremely evenly distributed throughout the egg chamber, ensuring excellent hatch rates time after time. 

Ova-Easy Advance Series II incubators have many sophisticated features which include room temperature alarms to warn if the environmental conditions go outside the optimum range and a single button press to automatically level the shelves for easy tray access. An external humidity pump can also be added to provide fully automatic control of humidity.


Features

The OVA-Easy 190 Advance Series II incubator features:

  • Factory assembled - ready right out of the box
  • Digital display of temperature and humidity
  • Automatic temperature control in °F or °C fully factory calibrated
  • High and low temperature alarms
  • NEW high and low room temperature alarms
  • NEW Cooling feature
  • Programmable automatic egg turning - 30 to 180 minute intervals
  • NEW single button press to level the shelves for easy tray access
  • High performance, flexible incubator with integral hatcher
  • Large capacity: 192 maximum hens eggs including the 48 integral hatching tray (156 with universal trays supplied)
  • Suitable for a wide range of egg sizes
  • Clear, double-glazed observation door
  • Sturdy metal frame, energy efficient, insulated cabinet
  • Unique ‘laminar airflow’ to eliminate cold spots
  • 3 year warranty
  • INCLUDED FREE set of 3 universal egg trays with adjustable dividers to accommodate a wide range of egg sizes simultaneously Plus 1 covered hatching tray to prevent hatchlings from escaping. A $90 value included absolutely free.

Options - Not supplied with the incubator - to be ordered separately:

  • Commercial style egg flats (chicken, quail, pheasant, or goose) to maximize capacity
  • Advance Humidity Pump for fully automatic control of humidity

Find out more about the new Cooling feature.

Specifications

Egg Capacities(approximate) Quail: 869 | Pheasant: 233 | Hen: 192 | Duck: 104 | Goose: 57
Dimensions
H x W x D
32.5” x 16.5” x 19”
820mm x 420mm x 480mm
Weight 44lbs (20Kg)
Power Consumption Maximum 200 Watts - Typical 100 Watts
Power Supply 230v 50Hz or 110V 60Hz
Humidity Control Optional
Egg Turning Programmable
Warranty 3 Years

Comparison

Egg Capacity Hens (Maximum)
96
192
384
576
Egg Turning
Programmable
Programmable
Programmable
Programmable
Ventilation
Fan
Fan
Fan
Fan
Temp. Display
Digital
Digital
Digital
Digital
Temp. Alarm
Humidity Display
Auto Humidity Control
Optional
Optional
Optional
Optional
Dimensions
H x W x D
24.5” x 16.5” x 19”
(620 x 420 x 480mm)
32.5” x 16.5” x 19”
(820 x 420 x 480mm)
32.5” x 16.5” x 31.5”
(820 x 420 x 800mm)
44.5” x 16.5” x 31.5”
(1130 x 420 x800mm)
Additional Features
  • Single button press to level shelves
  • Single button press to level shelves
  • Single button press to level shelves
  • Single button press to level shelves

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Customer Reviews

(3.00)stars out of 5
# of Ratings: 1
1. on 7/8/2022, said:
3 stars out of 5
This is a review of my 11 year old Brinsea Ova Easy 190 cabinet incubator. This incubator has paid for itself many times over, and worked flawlessly for many years, but for the price it has some unacceptable problems. All problems occurred outside the warranty period, and you can expect this product to perform well within that timeframe. I am not downgrading for expected component replacements like fan motors, sensor, etc. However, for those buyers for whom durability and long term reliability are expected, especially at price being asked, this review may be helpful. 1. Cabinet quality. This is a serious weakness. Rust began to appear on the floor of the cabinet within a few years, and is quite advanced at this time. Cleaning this surface after hatching is difficult and unpleasant. The cabinet walls are too thin and poorly insulated. Worse, within about five years, the cabinet became unstable when being moved for cleaning, and the door seal became compromised as the door no longer aligned squarely with the cabinet which required me to bungee around the whole door and cabinet to achieve a seal. 2. Turning mechanism. This is the failure that required me to replace the Brinsea. It’s unclear whether the problem is mechanical or computer related, but after replacing the turner motor the problem grew worse, and the turner fails to work automatically, generating a failure code each time. Because the design calls for a single motor to turn three trays, it is inherently subject to total failure. I believe that over time, three trays fully loaded with turkey eggs proved too much for it. 3. Humidity control. The Brinsea requires an add-on humidity pump which supplies a drip to a reservoir. This was effective but very slow to rebound after opening the door. Additionally the tubing had to be tensioned perfectly, and I would spend a bit of time tinkering with it every time it needed replaced. The tubing is also prone to kinks, and to suctioning to the surface of the tank, both of which render it non-functional. The little motor is quite impressive however, and lasted many years before replacement a few years ago. 4. Electronic controls. Re-calibrating the Brinsea is extremely complicated and time consuming, requiring calls to their technical support. They were patient and helpful in walking me through the process. At the end of the day however, I am less than confident in the quality of my own calibration, even though I invested in an expensive certified thermometer. 5. Price/Value. Eleven years ago I paid about $900 for my Ova Easy 190. Additionally, over the service life I spent over $350 on consumables and replacement parts. I was a bit shocked at how much more money Brinsea wants for this unit. It is simply not a value just given its low quality cabinet construction, the other issues notwithstanding. If Brinsea wants to improve its product, they should pay to have my unit shipped back to them so they can see the effect of eleven years of use on it. Planned obsolescence is not a good strategy at this price point, as indicated by my purchase of a different brand of incubator to replace my 190, which I will not mention here.
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Incubation FAQs

Q - Where can I get advice on hatching eggs, I've never tried it before?

A - All you need is in our Incubation Handbook, which is free to download.

Q - How do I prepare my incubator for hatching?

A - Please refer to Pre-season checks for your incubator, a comprehensive guide to preparing your incubator for hatching.

Q - How long can eggs be stored?

A - Most species may be safely stored for up to 10 days before serious reductions in hatch rates are likely but it is always best to set fertile eggs in an incubator within 24-48 hours of obtaining them. Daily turning of stored eggs also helps maintain hatchability. Store eggs in cool, damp conditions.
Refer to our datasheet Storage and handling of eggs prior to incubation

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