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Tilt Hydrometer & Thermometer | Cambridge Environmental

SKU: Tilt-Black~ea

Usually Ships in 7 to 10 business days


Description

Tilt Hydrometer & Thermometer - the perfect brew toy for the home brew master!

Tilt monitors and tracks the specific gravity and temperature of fermenting beer. Designed to fit in a typical carboy, easy to use Tilt takes readings every 10 seconds.Tilt gives home brewers the change to guide fermentation along without stalls or hiccups. Easy to use, simply sanitize Tilt and drop it into your fermenter.

An essential tool for any home brewmaster, Tilt gives you total control over your brew data. In addition to the built-in Google Sheets cloud logging integration, there is also Brewstat.us, Monitor.beer, CraftBeerPi, CraftMetrics, and Brewfather.app that each provide a unique way to collect and analyze your data remotely. We also show you how to "bring your own cloud" by copying our Google Sheets template integration and running it on your own Gmail account. Share, graph, and archive your data and produce consistent brew every time.

Having this data in your hands can help you produce consistent brew, experiment with variables, and recreate your favourite batch of brew. Never open your fermenter or pour out your brew again.

Features:

  • Color coded for use of multiple Tilts across multiple batches. You must use different color for each batch, app will not read multiple hydrometers of the same color

    • No foam interference

  • Automatic turn on - just drop into fermenting brew or lay on its side

  • Automatic turn off to save battery - simply stand on its end

  • Arrives ready to go - calibrated with pre-installed battery

  • Easy to use - just sanitize and drop in your carboy

 


    Specifications:

    Bluetooth Range:

    25 Feet

    Size:

    3 5/8in L x 1 1/8in Diameter

    Average Battery Life:

    3 Months, depending on use

    Material:

    Polycarbonate

    Thermometer Accuracy:

    +/- 0.5°C   - +/- 1°F

    Thermometer Range:

    0°-85°C    - 32-185° F

    Specific Gravity Accuracy:

    +/- 0.002

    Specific Gravity Range:

    0.990 to 1.120