MICROclimate Thermostats

The Herp Shop now proudly carries 3 of the most populuar and useful MICROclimate thermostats at very competitive prices.
Volume and other discounts may be applied.
Details and availability of other models on request.

 

The MICROclimate Ministat 300 is your basic on/off Vivarium thermostat.
Priced at just $130 each

The Ministat 300 is an on/off thermostat that can be used for controlling the temperature of any heat source up to and including 300w. The Ministat 300 is the perfect companion to any vivarium providing an excellent level of thermal control . The temperature adjuster on the Ministat is recessed which prevents the temperature being accidentally knocked and changed which would be easily done with a protruding control knob. The Ministat 300 is an affordable solution to give peace of mind when running all types of heat sources within your vivarium. Long Cable lengths.

 

The MICROclimate B1 Dimming stat is the stat of choice for lights and a range of other heat sources.
Priced at just $190 each

The B1 Thermostat allows precise control of any heat source up to 600w by using advanced microprocessor technology. The B1 is a dimming thermostat that gradually varies the power supplied to the heat source for a smooth change in temperature inside the vivarium. A recessed temperature control adjuster is used to prevent accidental temperature changes if the unit were to be knocked which would be easily done if the dial protruded from the casing. A yellow LED provides real time feedback as to how much power isbeing supplied to the heater. Long cable lengths ensure the unit can be fitted easily into most vivarium setups.

 

The MICROclimate B2 Digital pulse stat is that stat of choice for heat mats and reptile radiators.
Priced at just $200 each

The B2 Thermostat allows precise control of any non light emitting heat source up to 600w by using advanced microprocessor technology. The B2 is a pulse proportional thermostat that pulses the power supplied to the heat source, for an accurate change in temperature inside the vivarium. A pulse thermostat is not suitable for light emitting heat sources as the power delivery to the heat sources would cause the bulb to flash. A recessed temperature control adjuster is used to prevent accidental temperature changes if the unit were to be knocked, which would be easily done if the dial protruded from the casing. A yellow LED provides real time feedback as to how much power is being supplied to the heater. Long cable lengths ensure the unit can be fitted easily into most vivarium setups.

 


Wall Thermostat

(Note that by law, all wall thermostat available through the Herp Shop should be installed by a licensed electrician.)


I.M.I.T TA.3 Wall Thermostat

Updated version of the thermostat that the majority of herpetoculturists use. It operates on gas filled bellows which operate SPDT switching contacts and is suitable for controlling cages or enclosures where the main heat source is lights/lamps/ceramic heat emmitters producing a warm air temperature.

In 19 years over 13,000 of these have been sold to Australian herpetoculturists by the Herp Shop.

$32.00
per unit