UNDERSTAND YOUR GRIND
Two years in the making, the CPA or COFFEE Particle Analyzer is the first affordable and ultra-portable coffee grind measurement device. The CPA allows users to quickly and accurately assess the particle size of their ground coffees with an easy to understand graph sent directly to their phone or computer via the CPA’s built-in Wifi.
NEW COFFEE TOOL
Digital tools have been developed to accurately measure every other major factor in coffee brewing, but the coffee industry has never before had such a portable tool to quantifiably understand ground coffees’ particle size and distribution. We believe that the CPA will become a useful tool in every coffee professionals tool belt.
THE MISSING LINK
Understanding what makes a consistantly perfect cup of coffee requires knowing all the variables. Weight, time, pressure, temperature, water quality, and TDS all have become digitally measurable parameters, yet one of the most important brewing parameters, grind size, has been consistently compensated for. The CPA allows user to complete the final piece of the puzzle by giving them accurate digital analysis of their coffees grind size.
HOW IT WORKS
The CPA is simple to use. To analyze your coffee, you must first connect your smart device or computer to the CPAs built in WiFi, then take a small sample of your ground coffee using the included sampling device and empty it through the provided diffuser into the CPA. Once the CPAs lid is closed you can initiate the analysis on your smart device or computer. The CPA then uses a patent pending optical sensor to measure the size of each coffee ground in the analyzer, and sends a graph showing your coffees average particle size and particle size distribution to your smart device or computer..
The CPA Comes fully equipped with all the required accessories and calibration cards, A portable power pack, and a fully James bond pelican style case, so you can take it with you anywhere you need to go, in style.
The CPA can measure with similar accuracy at only a fraction of the cost and size of other much larger laboratory-style particle measurement devices all of which require an investment of $50K or more, and are larger than a desktop computer.