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chart recorder

[′chärt ri′kȯrd·ər]
(engineering)
A recorder in which a dependent variable is plotted against an independent variable by an ink-filled pen moving on plain paper, a heated stylus on heat-sensitive paper, a light beam or electron beam on photosensitive paper, or an electrode on electrosensitive paper. The plot may be linear or curvilinear on a strip chart recorder, or polar on a circular chart recorder.
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