Anaerobic cultivation methods of bacteria are indispensable in microbiology. One methodology is to cultivate the microbes in anaerobic enclosure with oxygen‐adosrbing chemicals. Here, we report an electronic extension of such strategy for facultative anaerobic bacteria. The technique is based a bioreactor with entire operation including turbidity measurement, fluidic mixing, and gas delivery in an anaerobic enclosure. Wireless data transmission is employed and the anaerobic condition is achieved with gas pack. Although the technique is not meant to completely replace the anaerobic chamber for strict anaerobic bacteria, it provides a convenient way to bypass the cumbersome operation in anaerobic chamber for facultative anaerobic bacteria. Such a cultivation strategy is demonstrated with Escherichia coli with different carbon sources and hydrogen as energy source.