Microbalance, a precision smart coffee scale, and DiFluid Café, the software that connects everything, which was just released on the DiFluid Official Website. Their Brew Control System assists you in reliably brewing a high-quality cup of coffee that meets your tastes. Whether you prepare your coffee using a drip machine, a pour-over vessel, or a pitcher for cold brew, one thing is certain: brewing it effectively is a sought talent, and brewing it poorly may result in some really unpleasant flavours.
Home brewers frequently struggle to achieve the ideal cup of coffee. There are so many factors that can vary the flavour outcome - the type of bean, the temperature of the water, the time of brew - resulting in an experience that can't compare to the constant excellence of a barista's cup. Even a competent barista might struggle with consistency. What does the system include? R2 Extract is a professional-grade refractometer that detects and reports how much coffee has been dissolved in water. Microbalance is a precision smart scale that records and transmits data to an app. DiFluid Café is a collaborative community that brings together coffee lovers, techniques, and recipes: ones that are tailored to your specific taste preferences and use your specific beans.
While the first version of the app is intended to be a supplement to the smart tools, future versions will allow you to sign in to your own account and search for recipes that fit your beans and brewing preferences. Do you drink Stumptown coffee and like the pour-over method? There's a way to do it. Did you make any changes? You'll be able to easily share it with the Café community, receive feedback, and track other users' results. DiFluid Café uses Microbalance data to determine how well your coffee was brewed and whether you followed the recipe exactly. Not the best outcome? Learn what needs to be changed to achieve the desired flavor.
Having trouble figuring things out? Do you require assistance? In DiFluid Café, you may ask questions. Get ideas, be inspired, and leave comments. We're all coffee enthusiasts here. Coffee scales have been around for a while, but Microbalance has just raised the bar. Its precision and accuracy are often seen exclusively in big pan-scales used in commerce. It has 0.1-gram precision and flow rate tracking, as well as automated transmission of findings to DiFluid Café. There is no need to manually enter the information.
The finely constructed refractometer is where the true magic happens. R2 Extract allows customers to precisely measure the amount of coffee dissolved in their cup. When opposed to older CCD-based refractometers, this sophisticated piece of technology employs a 2D CMOS image sensor, which eliminates misalignment and boosts longevity. It also features dual temperature sensors, which decrease environmental influence. In order to produce reliable readings, these sensors must be kept in excellent condition and free of scratches. This could be a problem with other refractometers, particularly if the user wipes the lens after each use. DiFluid solved this issue by using a Nano-Scale Hydrophobic Layer, which prevents liquid from remaining on the sensor.
R2 Extract is also IP67 water resistant, allowing you to clean it by rinsing it under running water. DiFluid Make Control System is here to help whether you're a barista trying to maximise consistency on a daily basis or a home brewer looking to brew the greatest coffee at home! www.digitizefluid.com is now live. Linus Peng founded DiFluid, a technology company in Shenzhen, China. His fascination with the concept of liquid digitization inspires the creation of his refractometer line. As the general public discovers new applications for what was once laboratory equipment, DiFluid has continued to provide more and more tools to help meet demand.