analog readout

analog readout

[′an·əl‚äg ′rēd‚au̇t]
(engineering)
A scale on a balance that continuously indicates measurement values by the position of an index mark, either a line or a pointer, opposite a graduated scale which is usually marked with numbers.
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Using an analog readout, the needle would jump back and forth because of the peristaltic pump, and the operator would have an estimate-but not an accurate output-of what the pressure was.
The J-Lite's LED readout displays moisture content from 6% to 30%, as does the J-4, which uses an analog readout display.
The Zeta-Reader of Komline-Sanderson functions similarly with continuous sampling and cathode ray tube and analog readout.
Combining world-leading pixel technology with analog readout and digitization expertise, Aptina ensures the highest quality sensors, making it easier to simplify camera designs, reduce device footprints, and help maneuver faster times to market.
It detects light emissions from its built-in scintillator and provides a direct analog readout of the radiation contact.
While high performance multi-modal analog readouts have been demonstrated, they lack on-board signal processing capabilities, or are too large in size.
The gauge cluster--a mix of digital and analog readouts, plus a message screen that doubles as the display for the optional navigation system--sits just ahead of the center stack; itself a unique design element.
Thermometer products have evolved in recent years from a readout that simply told the cook whether the meat was rare, medium, or well-done to digital and analog readouts that give precise temperatures quickly.
Analog readouts proved much faster and more accurate than spectrographic analysis.