ThermoEZ Heat Chamber

ThermoEZ (item # 02010) is an advanced heating cabinet equipped with user defined temperature ramp protocols and the capability to remotely monitor animal behavior through its integrated camera. Its applications span various research areas, including hyperthermia-induced Febrile Seizures, the study of physiological and behavioral mechanisms of thermoregulation, Hyperthermia cancer therapy, metabolic phenotyping, and post-operative recovery.

ThermoEZ+ is an upgraded platform crafted for high-throughput behavior phenotyping with ThermoEZ cabinets. It integrates Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) for real-time monitoring of body temperature and behavior across multiple animals, aiming to substantially accelerate the experimental timeline and minimizing data variations.

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Key features

  • Customizable temperature ramp protocols allow users to store up to 8 heating protocols, each comprising a maximum of 32 steps.
  • Swift temperature ramping and cooling: The internal cabinet temperature can ascend to 60°C in just 2 minutes and then rapidly cool back to room temperature within the same time frame.
  • Minimized visual distractions for the animal with a frosted finish on the lower front wall, while ensuring easy observation for the experimenter through the clear upper front wall.
  • Supports the measurement of animal body temperature through a rectal probe, with openings at the bottom of the side walls allowing for cable passage.
  • Compatible with tethered animals.
  • Optional: Integrated camera and software enable real-time monitoring and recording of animal behavior.


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  • Dimensions: 9 x 9 x 15 in (23 x 23 x 38 cm) for mouse
  • Cabinet material: high-quality acrylic 
  • The cabinet boasts a front wall on hinges for easy animal loading, which is securely fastened with a magnetic latch. It also features a stainless-steel mesh floor accompanied by a sleek drawer underneath, designed to gather animal droppings for convenient cleaning and maintenance.
  • Digital display provides real-time indications of both the inside-cabinet temperature and the set temperatures. 
  • Dual electric fan heaters, each with a 240W heating element.


  • Hyperthermia-induced Febrile Seizures.
  • Thermoregulation.
  • Hyperthermia cancer therapy.
  • Metabolic phenotyping.
  • Post-operative recovery.