About Technical Feature
Think a pack of meatball. This meatball contains meat, oil and spices. Many countries have developed standards according to their religion and culture. For example, Islamic countries can easily distinguish between pork, horse or donkey meat in a meatball. It performs this analysis with the help of food sensors. Near-infrared spectroscopy (NIRS) technology is a technology frequently used in food analysis and agro-chemistry quality control. The cork sensor you have reviewed has been developed using this technology.
The mushrooms you have placed in the Transmitter Sensor chamber must be kept in chemical solution for 24 hours after crushing. In the video introduction we did not soak the mushroom in chemical solution for 24 hours. Still, the result is great. After one day is completed, place this crushed mushroom pulp, which is immersed in the chemical solution, into the donor sensor chamber. Press the run button and start searching, it’s that easy. Please review the frequently asked questions section now.