Temperature for egg incubation Incubation Bluetooth single use temperature data logger
The ideal temperature for conventional poultry eggs is 37.5°C in a ventilated incubator and 39°C in a static incubator. While large ostrich, emu, rhea or cassowary eggs require 36 to 36.5°C, what happens if the incubation temperature is too high or too low?
The incubation time was extended by 12 hours due to a 1/2 degree less than expected. Not too serious yet, since most of the eggs will hatch. You just have to give them more time. At less than 35°C, the legs and toes are likely to be deformed, if they manage to hatch at all. One degree more than expected shortens the incubation period. Not too serious either, as most eggs will hatch faster than expected. A 1°C rise in temperature for a turkey egg greatly increases the risk of malpositioning "head in the pointed part of the egg". In poultry and pheasants, there's also more bleeding under the skin, swollen heads and excess albumen - often honey-colored - surrounding the entire embryo.
Consequently, temperature monitoring is essential during incubation. The Blue Tag T10 is a small Bluetooth temperature data logger. It's easy to connect and use. All parameters can be set via the cell phone application. This wireless HACCP temperature sensor can also be connected indefinitely. One sensor can be connected to an unlimited number of users on an unlimited number of cell phones. The application can support an unlimited number of sensors. Bluetooth connection via the app, you can scan the code to read the temperature data through the app on your phone. The HACCP temperature data logger complies with CE and RoHS standards, as well as EN12830 and HACCP temperature guidelines and requirements.