ESCO - Miri 6 chamber system - IVFSynergy
Benchtop Incubator- MIRI Multi-Room Incubator - 6 chamber system
ESCO - Miri 6 chamber system - IVFSynergy
ESCO - Miri 6 chamber system - IVFSynergy
ESCO - Miri 6 chamber system - IVFSynergy
ESCO - Miri 6 chamber system - IVFSynergy
ESCO - Miri 6 chamber system - IVFSynergy

Benchtop Incubator- MIRI Multi-Room Incubator - 6 chamber system

MIRI Multi-Room Incubator - 6 chamber system


The more you know about the Miri Benchtop Incubator, the more you'll love it. Discover all kinds of things you can do to get the most out of Miri, designed to provide VIP treatment to your embryos for maximum growth potential.

The Miri's overall design provides cultured embryos a minimum-stress environment. The 6-chamber format prevents cross-contamination while HEPA+VOC filtration cleans the airstream. The chambers are also independent of each other; hence, any disruption such as temperature drop when opening the lid will have no impact on the rest of the system.


One of the advantages of Miri benchtop multi-room incubator is the speed of recovering temperature and gas parameters after opening a chamber. Say good-bye to stressors due to fluctuations in temperature and gas concentration.

Each chamber contains a heating optimization plate to facilitate heat transfer directly to the culture dishes. It has inserts to fit various dish sizes (Falcon, Nunc, Vitrolife, Oosafe, Lifeglobal, NIPRO and Universal Plain Insert). The plate is removable for easy cleaning.

Esco Medical’s range of bench top incubators is able to meet and showcase these vital specifications, from the compact, 2-chambered Mini MIRI® incubators (dry and humidity), to the classic 6-chamber MIRI® incubator and the 12-chamber MIRI® II incubator. Even the MIRI® time-lapse is equipped with these features.  All of these IVF incubators work excellently in monitoring and controlling all essential parameters with the help of the sensors present in them.



Sensors found in Esco Medical’s line of incubators:

CO2 sensor: M400 is a CO2 sensing technology that provides high-end performance of dual beam technology. It is valuable during frequent calibration and the fastidious nature of CO2 measurement equipment. It operates on the principle of non-dispersive infrared sensor (or NDIR sensor) which is a simple spectroscopic sensor often used as a gas detector.

Temperature sensors: Located at the bottom of the incubator’s compartment is the LM35 sensor while the PT1000 sensor is found at the top of the incubator compartment. The LM35 is an integrated circuit temperature sensor, wherein the output voltage varies, based on the temperature surrounding it. It is a small and inexpensive IC that can be used to measure temperature anywhere between -55°C to 150°C.

The Pt1000 sensors, on the other hand, are the second most common type of platinum resistance thermometer. Pt refers to that the sensor is made from Platinum (Pt) while 1000 refers to a resistance of 1000 ohms (Ω). Pt1000 sensors are used in two wire applications as Pt1000s make lead resistance less substantial.

 O2 sensor: KE-25 is an exceptional galvanic cell type oxygen sensor. This oxygen sensor is known for its long life expectancy, superb chemical durability, and is not influenced by CO2. They are the most commonly used sensors for oxygen monitoring in fields like combustion gas monitoring, the biochemical field, medical applications (IVF incubators), and even in domestic combustion appliances.

Dish Options

Heating plates customized for several types of dishes

  • 4 x Falcon® ⌀ 50/60 mm
  • 8 x Falcon® ⌀ 35 mm
  • 4 x Nunc™ ⌀ 54/60 mm
  • 8 x Nunc™ ⌀ 35 mm
  • 4 x VitrolifeDishes
  • 4 x LifeGlobal® GPS Dishes
  • 4 x SparMED Oosafe® 4-well Dishes
  • 4x SparMED Oosafe ⌀ 55/60 mm
  • 8x SparMED Oosafe ⌀ 35 mm



MIRI 6 Chamber Brochure

ESCO Combined Catalogue

ESCO Animal IVP Combined Catalogue

ESCO Animal IVF Overview Brochure

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