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, "Zapata Vive" <zapatavive@...> wrote:
> I agree they would be great. Not great enough for me to outlay he $400-$1000 a true alcohol refractometer would cost.
> Are you using a parrot's beak? I know there isn't automatic temperature correction with them, but it provides a real time reading that is even more convenient to me than a refractometer would be because it is continuously monitoring the output vs. having to take samples, even if only a few drops.
Yes a parrot inline is continuous monitoring. Further to that....these are the type of instruments I'm talking about. NIST calibrated, accurate to 3 decimal points of a percent. Under $40 ea.
No refractometer alive is that accurate. The one previously linked to is +or- 1%