Coffee sensor E61 coffee group - 2020 version.
This is the latest version of the famous Coffee sensor digital thermometer for E61 coffee groups. It is now all black, has a shorter tip for even more accurate reading and now fits Vibiemme.
The sensor shows idle group temperature and extraction temperature.
It is ideal for retro fitting your coffee machine so you can monitor the temperature of the coffee groups.
A big issue with coffee, is the temperature that the coffee is extracted. Knowing the temperature of the group when brewing will help prevent burning speciality coffees.
The ideal temperature is 88ºC - 94ºC.
Some coffees burn at 90ºC - like 100% arabica speciality types.
Espresso blends are more robust and can go as far as 94ºC
- Most E61 group head, with a M6 thread inside.
- Measuring units: °C/°F
- Temperature range: -50°C to 200°C
- Increments: 0.1°C
- Power Supply: Powered by solar-cell and LR44 battery
- ON/OFF push button.
- 180° rotatble head with LCD display.
- Two copper sealing washers offered into the box (one spare), that are highly resistant to friction and high temperature for longer periods of time than classical rubber or Teflon washers;
- Full installation kit and written instructions in the box. The installation kit consists of one Allen key, one fix 10 mm key and two copper sealing washers (one spare).
Easy to install:
- Make sure group is cold, machine is switched off and if plumbed to water mains, turn off water mains tap.
- Remove the hexagnal nut on the group -(
- Screw in the main part - making sure that the copper washer is installed .
- Push in the thermometer as far back as it will go and tighten both nuts with a wrench.
- No need for Teflon tape or sealant.
- Turn on machine water mains and try to make a coffee with blind filter - check for leaks - tighten if necessary.
- Digital thermometer x 1
- Copper washer x 2 ( Fits where the original hex nut was) 1 Spare washer
Size: 60mm x 37mm x 40m
Accuracy: ±2℃ 80℃-120℃
Choose Celsius or Fahrenheit readings.
The Coffee Sensor Thermometer is located close to the coffee puck, so the readings the sensor gives you are a little bit different comparing to the actual temperature of the water that hits the puck. add +2 degrees Celsius to the readings to calculate a more accurate extraction temperature.
The readings can vary between different espresso machine manufacturers, due the angle of the sensor in the group head.
Size: 37 mm width x 61 mm length (including stainless steel adapter).
Front overall size: 37 mm diameter.
LCD display size 20 x 7.5 mm.