Brix alone can only indicate the overall amount of dissolved solids in a solution. With REPO-1, it is possible to determine if a product has been adulterated by measuring the optical rotation. For example, fructose rotates light to the left while glucose rotates light to the right. If a sample has been adulterated with glucose, it will make the optical rotation readings appear more positive than a pure solution.
Great portability, 10.1×16.0×3.8cm and weighs only 325g.
Press "User" to select the desired scale: Purity, International Sugar Scale, Specific Rotation, and Concentration.
Measurements are evaluated against pre-set tolerancelimits, and the result is indicated by green or red light.
(Upper and lower tolerance limits must be set in advance to using this function)
・Investigating how fast different honey crystallizes by determining the fructose and glucose content
・Researching honey collected from the same district, or honey collected from the same flower