Now a subsidiary of Panasonic, Sanyo was a Japanese electronics company and a former Fortune Global 500 member. A producer of bicycle generator lamps in the late 1940s, Sanyo went on to develop and sell incubators, solar cells and plants, and electric vehicle batteries. The company lost its footing in 2004 when an earthquake severely damaged its semiconductor plant, which eventually led to Sanyo's acquisition by Panasonic in 2009.
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Sanyo MIR 154 Incubator

  Wide temperature range from -10ºC to +60ºC with excellent uniformity Precise Temperature Control For Accurate, Repeatable Conditions Energy Saving Operation Ultimate Secure, Comprehensive Alarm System Modern Design for Exceptional...

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