Well thought-out down to the last detail: Why the Sensorbottle needs a fan.

In physics there is a nice sentence: no energy is lost (law of conservation of energy). We don't want to bore you with physics trivia - on the contrary, the Sensorbottle also consumes electrical energy. In our case, this primarily turns into heat and some light for the display. Now you might think that this is very little energy. This is essentially true. In normal operation, it is about 0.8 watts/h. Still sounds little? It is. But, for example, even a small LED with 1W gets quite hot during continuous operation.

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A key feature of the Sensorbottle is that it measures the temperature profile (also) inside a thermal wine-like reference liquid and conclusions can be drawn from this about the temperature inside the surrounding wine bottles. For this purpose, three digital immersion sensors measure the temperature of the reference liquid.


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