From OMEGA Engineering, Inc.
A data/chart recorder is an electronic instrument that keeps track of various measurements required in industrial and laboratory environments. Broadly speaking, it is used to record:
- process measurements for such variables as temperature, pressure, flow, pH, and humidity
- scientific and engineering data for applications such as testing and diagnostics, statistical analysis, and other laboratory work that requires a graphic or digital record of variables
There are scores of data recorder models on the market, ranging from $100 standalone chart recorders that use paper and a pen to measure a single input, such as temperature, to $4000-plus high-speed models that accept 30 inputs.
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