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Pressensor for coffee machines with E61 group heads (M6 thread)

Pressensor for coffee machines with E61 group heads (M6 thread)

Regular price €374,80 EUR
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Our pressure sensor is a Bluetooth enabled device that attaches to your espresso machine. It measures and records the pressure of the water flowing through the coffee grounds during the extraction process. The data is then sent to a mobile app, which allows you to view and analyze the pressure profile in real-time, and to save and compare different extraction profiles. This technology helps you to understand the impact of variables such as grind size, dose, and tamping on the final flavor of your espresso, and to make small adjustments that result in a noticeable improvement in taste, aroma and overall quality of your coffee. The pressure sensor is by default equipped with an M6 connection thread for E61 group heads. Installation is easy: you just remove the screw from the head and screw in the sensor. The sensor operates with a standard 2032 battery. (A good quality battery is recommended) The device operates in the pressure and temperature range of a normal coffee machine. Pressure peaks are tolerated up to 15 bar. Compatible machines include: Lelit Bianca, Mara Rocket Espresso R58, Appartemento Profitec Pro 400, 500, 600, 700 ECM Puristika, Mechanika, Synchronika, Elektronika ...and many more - if in doubt - ask us!
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Customer Reviews

Based on 8 reviews
Pedro Da Silva maculo
Good device

Very recommended!

Jason Lo Presto

Works perfectly. Insanely easy to install. A great transducer with Bluetooth capability.

Flow and pressure

This product is very useful tool. It allows you to experiment with different flow rates/ pressure. Then review what you like in your cup. The graphs are stored on your phone and you can record notes.

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Pressensor for coffee machines with E61 group heads (M6 thread)

Mike Mott
Graduate School for Extractions

Jim Otterson, a previous reviewer, convinced me I needed one of these for my Crem One Profiler (USA version of ONE 2B R-LFPP Dual). I agree with his review.
With the Pressensor, Pressensor App, and DiFluid scale I've learned so much about what happens during an extraction. It is one thing to understand theoretically what is happening; it is another to see it in the data.
Beyond its utility, the fun quotient is off the chart.