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Ovation 56 EX fully automatic digital egg incubator

Item Number:   USAG47C
Price: $699.99
In stock
  • made-in-britain
    Made in Britain
  • 3-year-warranty
    3 Year warranty
  • spare-parts-and-consumables
    Spares Available
  • Antimicrobial product logo
    Polygiene Biomaster™
  • Humidity Control: Auto
    Humidity Control: Auto

Product Information

Brinsea's best selling 56 egg incubator. Simple, highly accurate menu driven digital control system with full humidity control for optimum hatching conditions.

User Manuals

Click on the links below to download
Ovation 56 EX User Manual
Ovation 56 Cleaning and Servicing Manual

Description

Building on years of incubator design, the Ovation 56 EX fully automatic digital egg incubator incorporates Brinsea's "Induced Dual Airflow" system which achieves higher levels of temperature consistency for optimum hatching conditions.

Convenience and complete control make the Ovation 56 EX the ideal incubator for the serious breeder. Automatic turning, automatic humidity control and comprehensive alarms provide reassurance of hatching success. Set the temperature and humidity you require and let the automatic controls do the rest.

Features

Ovation 56 EX Fully Automatic Digital Egg Incubator

  • Digital display of temperature and humidity
  • Integral automatic humidity control
  • Automatic temperature control in °F or °C fully factory calibrated
  • High and low incubator and room temperature alarms
  • Programmable automatic egg turning
  • Periodic Egg Cooling feature
  • Fan assisted air flow with Induced Dual Airflow system
  • Ventilation control
  • Good visibility of the eggs
  • Robust hygienic ABS construction with Polygiene Biomaster™ antimicrobial plastics
  • 56 hen eggs capacity with standard egg carriers provided but suitable for a wide range of egg sizes (optional small/large egg carriers)
  • 3-year warranty

Find out more about Polygiene Biomaster™ antimicrobial plastics.

Specifications

Egg Capacities with standard egg carriers(approximate) Quail, Pheasant: 96 | Hen, Duck: 56 | Goose: 0
Egg Capacities with large egg carriers(approximate) Quail: 110 | Pheasant: 95 | Hen, Duck: 35 | Goose: 15
Dimensions
H x W x D
17.6” x 13.1” x 8.8”
447mm x 332mm x 223mm
Weight 10lb 4oz (4.658 Kg)
Power Consumption Maximum 115 Watts - Typical 60 Watts
Power Supply 230v 50Hz or 115V 60Hz
Humidity Control Auto
Egg Turning Programmable
Warranty 3 Years

Comparison

Egg Capacity Hens
56
56
56
40
Egg Turning
Programmable
Programmable
Programmable
Programmable Zero impact roller system
Ventilation
Fan
Fan
Fan
Fan
Temp. Display
Digital
Digital
Digital
Digital
Temp. Alarm
Humidity Display
Auto Humidity Control
Dimensions
H x W x D
22.6” x 16.6” x 8.8”
(583mm x 421mm x 223mm)
22.6” x 16.6” x 8.8”
(583mm x 421mm x 223mm)
22.6” x 16.6” x 8.8”
(583mm x 421mm x 223mm)
22.6” x 16.6” x 8.8”
(583mm x 421mm x 223mm)
Additional Features
  • External water top-up
  • Antimicrobial plastics
  • External water top-up
  • Antimicrobial plastics
  • Integral water pump
  • Antimicrobial plastics
  • Integral water pump
  • Antimicrobial plastics

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Customer Reviews

(4.00)stars out of 5
# of Ratings: 4
1. on 2/27/2020, said:
4 stars out of 5
I love how easy this incubator makes the hatching process....right up until lock down. I cannot keep the humidity high enough for lock down unless I raise the lid and add more water to the extra reservoir, which of course brings the humidity down temporarily. There really should have been a way to add water to the other side where the auto waterer is not, without having to raise the lid. Also, you cant just let it keep putting more water in, you have to fill the other side by raising the lid or else the auto waterer will just keep putting more water in trying to raise the humidity, and overflowing. Even though everything else is pretty great about this incubator, this one flaw is a really big flaw when your trying to get eggs to hatch without being shrink wrapped in the egg due to not enough humidity. It is a very important thing and should really be addressed.
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2. on 1/29/2020, said:
5 stars out of 5
Great for chickens eggs hatching
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3. on 4/18/2018, said:
2 stars out of 5
35 duck eggs is above the incubator auto-turner motor capacity. I have now downgraded to 30 eggs and I'm waiting to see if it is working now. In the end, I'll be left with non incubated imported duck eggs ($$$) that I tought would fit in (in fact they fit in, but it seems too heavy for the auto-turner). I now need to find an extra incubator in short notice since I received the eggs today. That's not what I expected from a product that was not cheap. I ordered my eggs based on the specs. The auto-heat and auto-humidity control seems to work fine.
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4. on 3/19/2017, said:
5 stars out of 5
We have incubated 2 groups with this unit so far and have had a 93% hatch rate. Unit was easy to set up and program. For the water we are using a peanut butter jar I cleaned and drilled a small hole in the lid. I did notice that short piece of the tubing for the pump did not last as long as the manual suggests it should. I had to change it after the first batch. Will see now that batch 2 is done if I need to do it again. We now have over 100 chicks in brooders to pasture raise for meat, and will have a lot more before it's over. In all, very satisfied with this unit and would definitely recommend it.
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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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