[PROMO] SCA Best New Product: Coffee Moisture & Density Meter, RoastRite RM-800

Discuss roast levels and profiles for espresso, equipment for roasting coffee.

#1: Post by roastrite »

Introducing the Coffee Moisture & Density Meter that won the SCA's 2021 Best New Product, RoastRite RM-800.

As the title suggests, the meter measures moisture, density, and temperature of coffee beans. Including green, roasted, parchment, and cherry beans. When purchasing and roasting coffee, the Moisture & Density Meter is the essential tool to ensure the quality of the beans or the roast.

All items comes in a carrying bag, the meter and all accessories can fit in this compact and portable case.

The focus of the design is to be Durable, Intuitive, and Affordable.

  • Titanium coating for moisture & corrosion resistant, extra durable!

  • Rechargeable and replaceable lithium battery. A standard battery (18650) that can easily be purchased on line and replaced by users themselves.

  • No complicated boot up sequence or start up procedure.
  • One Button One Flow Operation. Just press the button once, then follow the on screen prompt to complete the measurement. Results are displayed in seconds. Up to 99 results can be stored and averaged.

  • Similar products can cost up to $3,000 or more, RM-800 Coffee Moisture and Density Meter is available at US$1,445:

    For North & South America:

    Acronova Store

PS added by HB: See Paid placement for promotional threads for the rules of this [PROMO] thread. This thread will remain open through September 3, 2021.


#2: Post by archipelago »

Does the RM-800 require recalibration?

Capacitive sensors can be quite inaccurate, in spite of what the marketing literature says. How does the RM-800 account for temperature differences between green and the probe? How does it compare to other capacitive sensors on the market?