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  • Data/Chart Recorders 101 (.pdf)
    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
  • Advanced Process Control: Bridge the Gap
    This quick, one-time registration gives you access to members-only site benefits. A thirty-year focus on risk aversion has left a deep wound in the pharmaceutical industry. Manufacturers are still far more focused on avoiding mistakes than they are on continuously improving their processes
  • Modernized Crematorium Temperature Monitoring
    A crematorium replaced their outdated data recording process with an advanced paperless chart recorder to monitor crematorium temperature much easier.
  • Monitoring and Alarming Failing AC Compressors
    Manufacturing plants depend on obsolete paper chart recorders to track their machine and equipment temperatures, but printing all this data on hardcopy takes too much time. Now you can just call CAS DataLoggers and check out our bestselling Brainchild Paperless Chart Recorders as an economical
  • Advantages of PC-Based Data-Logging
    The earliest form of recording data involved manually taking measurements, recording them to a written log, and plotting them on graph paper. In the late 19th century, this process was automated with the use of strip chart recorders that mechanically recorded measurements onto paper. Strip chart
  • Data Loggers: There s No Such Thing as TMI
    and process establishment and validation. The Kaye RF ValProbe system from integrates RF Mesh technology with thermal validation in-situ loggers. The system is comprised of RF wireless loggers, a base station and software. The loggers provide high accuracy measurement of temperature, humidity and any 4-20
  • Temperature Monitoring For a Coffee Roaster
    view of the roasting process, the owner wanted a user-friendly temperature recorder with wireless communication yet compact enough for a small room and economical enough to fit into his budget. The owner also wanted alarming capabilities for when temperatures went outside the appropriate range.
  • Data Loggers: There s No Such Thing as TMI
    By Paul Thomas, Senior Editor Data loggers now seem nearly as pervasive in pharma plants as the data that they monitor and capture. In an environment where electronic sensor and measurement technologies have mushroomed, paper-dependent chart recorders are so last century. Plus, drug manufacturers
  • Smart Computing Article - Members Of The Board
    power cable connectors that can't connect the wrong way. It was easy to confuse AT's two power connectors and incorrectly hook them up to the system's motherboard. Currently, ATX motherboards support processors that have the same patterns of (electrical connections) as either Intel ( ) chips. See
  • Smart Computing Article - Add A Web Cam
    November 2000 Vol.8 Issue 11 Add To My Personal Library Only a few years ago, equipping your PC with a video recorder or camera to send images across the Internet was a cumbersome process that many considered not worth the effort because of the poor quality and jerky playback that was available
  • EETimes.com | Electronics Industry News for EEs & Engineering Managers
    C-Cube to unveil DoMiNo DVD chip architecture at CES MILPITAS, Calif. -- C-Cube Microsystems Inc. will take the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas today to announce a new, low-cost chip architecture for DVD recorders, gateways, set-top boxes, and other consumer items. The new architecture
  • Smart Computing Article - Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers 1394 (IEEE 1394) to International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC)
    connection of video recorders, camcorders, cameras, and other devices to desktop computers. Apple and IEEE are both working on an improved standard to increase performance of 1394 from a maximum of 400Mbps (393.216) to 800Mbps and beyond. In programming language, an instruction tells a computer processor

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