The second generation (G2) is optimized for better mixing and faster test results - 30 seconds on average (average test time will still vary depending on the type and size of the sample being tested). Sticky or dense foods are more easily mixed leading to fewer inconclusive results. The first and second generation sensors are able to test the same foods but the second generation sensor is optimized for better performance. Similar improvements can be seen when you update your first generation sensor to the newest firmware.
Articles in this section
- What’s the difference between the first (G1) and second (G2) generation sensors?
- How is the second generation Gluten sensor different from the first generation sensor?
- Can I use Nima without the app?
- Does having Nima mean I don’t have to tell restaurants that I can't eat gluten?
- Is there a recommended age for Nima users?
- Can my child take Nima to school?
- Should I give Nima to my child's teacher/daycare/nanny?
- Is Nima for commercial use?
- How does Nima detect gluten in food?
- Can I travel with Nima?