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Q. How accurate is the Tilt?
A. The specific gravity is accurate +/- 0.002.The thermometer is accurate +/- 2 degrees F (+/- 1 degree C).
Q. How is the Tilt affected by foam?
A. There is no noticeable interference from foam. Foam plays a minimal role since it is significantly less dense than the beer and 95% of the device is submerged in the beer.
Q. How do bubbles from CO2 affect the Tilt?
A. We recommend putting the Tilt in your beer prior to pitching yeast, this will ensure any bubbles will not affect initial readings. Bubbles from dissolved CO2 may cause higher than expected readings for a short time if placed in an active fermenting brew. However, this can be sped up if washed with alcohol (i.e. Everclear).
Q. How precise is the Tilt?
A. The Tilt is as precise as a standard hydrometer.
Q. How does vigorous fermentation affect the Tilt?
A. You do see a lot of turbulence at peak moments of fermentation, however since data is being collected every few seconds the ability to get a smooth moving average allows for a highly accurate readings. That said, we've come to enjoy reading the non-averaged data because it also tells you how active the fermentation is. In some cases we'll chill the fermentor a little more to prevent blow off and overflow of beer.
tomik wrote: Myslím že je založený na tomto: https://punchthrough.com/bean . S dopravou stojí $44... Já osobně ale půjdu do toho hotového řešení.
Tak to je hodně minimalistické řešení. Díky za tip.
tomik wrote: Zajímavé: https://github.com/universam1/iSpindel/blob/master/docs/README_en.md