The IN series chambers are designed with insect rearing as the primary application, but can be used for other research studies as well. Our IN series chambers are widely used among Drosophila and Mosquito researchers and offer state-of-the-art technology for pursuing various research studies. Our insect rearing chambers incorporate several thermoelectric cooling devices within each chamber to achieve adequate capacity. A side benefit of this feature is that they are semi-redundant, and would allow one cooling unit to control the temperature inside the chamber if another were to fail. Corrosion is simply not an issue as there are no thin areas of metal and the cooling devices are completely separated from the actual interior of the chamber by approximately 3/4“ of sealed aluminum. Service to the chamber is almost as simple as replacing stereo components—components can simply be disconnected and sent to the factory or replaced. Control components are all solid state and do not rely on any wearing components. Controllers are non-proprietary and are exceptionally accurate and reliable. Setpoints and alarms are easy to set with a small amount of instruction. Diurnal ramping/soaking/cycling of temperatures is standard. Every insect chamber is built with epoxy coated coils to prevent corrosion from insects, and a secondary safety high temperature cut-off switch to protect insects.