strip-chart recorder

strip-chart recorder

[′strip ‚chärt ri‚kȯrd·ər]
(engineering)
A recorder in which one or more writing pens or other recording devices trace changes in a measured variable on the surface of a strip chart that is moved at constant speed by a time-clock motor.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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Their output data payload was delivered to a strip-chart recorder. That data was manually entered onto computer punch cards and then run through a computer.
To log the same amount of data with 1960s-era technology, a strip-chart recorder would require paper 180 m wide.
All units also include TracerDAQ, the company's strip-chart recorder, oscilloscope, and datalogger software application; SoftWIRE, the graphical programming interface for Visual Studio .NET; the Universal Library language interface; and drivers for most data acquisition application packages including LabVIEW.
His strip-chart recorder still sits, as it did years ago, on the observer's chair.
A strip-chart recorder is satisfactory, but when it must be replaced, a computerized ENG is much preferable.
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The strip-chart recorder documents the process while its internal output logic controls discharge water valves.
All PMDs include InstaCAL, an installation and test-application package; TracerDAQ, a strip-chart recorder, oscilloscope, and datalogger software application; Universal Library, a language interface; and drivers for most data acquisition application packages including SoftWIRE and LabVIEW.
Several software programs accompany the PMD-1608FS, including TracerDAQ[TM], a ready-to-run oscilloscope, strip-chart recorder, and datalogger application with free source code; InstaCal[TM], an installation, test, and calibration application; Universal Library[R], a programming interface for Windows and .NET programming languages; UL for LabVIEW[TM], a PMD-1608FS LabVIEW driver; SoftWIRE[R] DAQ components, a SoftWIRE interface and a comprehensive set of data acquisition-related .NET components.
With Snap-Master software from HEM Data Corp., Southfield, MI, plus an analog-to-digital board, the laboratory PC easily performs as a data acquisition system, an oscilloscope, a strip-chart recorder, a controller, a frequency spectrum analyzer, or a waveform analyzer.
Ever since proving themselves a more reliable and efficient alternative to strip-chart recorders some three decades ago, chromatography data integrators have found a stable audience.
Miniature temperature data loggers that can be used in place of strip-chart recorders in cold storage warehouses and refrigerated transport have been introduced by Cox Recorders.