This section provides an overview for non-invasive sugar meters as well as their applications and principles. Also, please take a look at the list of 2 non-invasive sugar meter manufacturers and their company rankings.
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A Non-Invasive Sugar Monitor is a sugar monitors that can measure sugar content without cutting the object to be measured such as fruits and vegetables.
General glucometers use the principle that the larger the solid in a liquid, the greater the refractive index, to measure the refractive index of light passing through a liquid sample such as fruit juice to determine the sugar content.
A Non-Invasive Sugar Monitor, on the other hand, utilizes the principle that sugar tends to absorb light of a specific wavelength, and determine sugar content by shining light on the surface of fruit juice or vegetables and measuring the amount of light attenuation.
There are two types of non-invasive sugar monitor methods: the near-infrared analysis method and the scattered light path length compensation absorption method.
General sugar monitors cannot measure sugar content without cutting the object to be measured, and once the sample is used for measurement, it does not become a commodity. On the other hand, since non-invasive sugar monitors do not damage the measurement object at all, the sugar content of shipped goods can be directly measured instead of the sample.
While general sugar monitors can only perform spot checks, non-invasive sugar monitors are used to measure the sugar content of fruits such as melons, apples, pears, peaches, grapes, and strawberries, for which sugar content is an important quality, because all shipped products can be inspected.
Non-Invasive sugar monitors can also be used to determine when fruits are ready to be harvested, since they can measure sugar content even when the fruit is still on the tree.
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Derivation MethodThe ranking is calculated based on the click share within the non-invasive sugar meter page as of June 2023. Click share is defined as the total number of clicks for all companies during the period divided by the number of clicks for each company.
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