• NIR photometer tells the caramelization from the coffee beans or ground.
• CCD camera tells the roast uniformity from the coffee beans or ground
• Advanced coffee ground recognition technology for ground size analysis
• Auto bean type recognition
• High efficient ground coffee diffusor (for ground size analysis use)
• Roast degree measuring range @ Agtron gourmet score : 5 ~ 140
• No warming up is needed
• Long battery working hour (up to 8 hours of continuous use)
• Support using while battery charging
• Support Auto-power off setting
• Stores up to 100 measurement results
• Supports measurement results output to PC
• Supports both SCAA and Common name
• Supports Sieve type or metric ground size
• Support average ground size distribution feature
Working hour: 8 Hours
Housing Material: ABS + Aluminum
L: 137 mm
W: 95 mm
H: 95 mm
Weight (main unit): 328 g
Measure area: 72 cm2
Panel size: 2.8” TFT Colorful Panel
Light: Infra-red LED & Visible LED
Sensor: Infra-red Sensor
Camera High Resolution CCD Camera
Operating temperature: 0-50 degree C
Storage temperature: -10 – 60 degree C
Power consumption: < 5 W
Charging Power: 5V, 2A
Charging hours: 6 Hours
Charging method: micro USB Port
Log output: micro USB Cable
Battery capacity: Li-ion 2300 mAh Battery
Mobile carry case: Aluminum Hard Case
Frequently Asked Questions
Why do you need a Coffee Roast degree Analyzer?
It is recommended to have a Coffee Roast Degree Analyzer to help you to classify roasting degree or the delta between whole bean and ground to get a better understanding of the roasting curve and roasting result for better quality control.
Why do you need to know how uniform the roast is?
Coffee Roast Degree Analyzer provide you accurate SCAA
Gourmet numeric scales result and display a variety of name terminology corresponding to the result (Light, City, Italian, etc.). Besides roast degree, it also provides the color uniformity of how your coffee beans were roasted.
Why do you need to know what the ground size is?
The CM-200 can analyze the distribution of ground sizes in
your sample to confirm the performance and calibration of your grinder.