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Paperless Chart Recorder

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  • No more charts or pens
  • DIN cut-out makes upgrades easy
  • 6 isolated inputs, RTD, T/C, V, mA
  • Bright high contrast display
  • Data stored on floppy and flash

  • Have your recorders ever run out of chart paper or ink? Perhaps, you’ve had paper jams or the mechanical drive mechanism of your recorders acts up from time to time. Maybe you had to actually look for data on some old charts and didn’t have even a little bit of fun doing it.
    We have a solution. Our new PR20 is the perfect replacement for your old recorder. It’s DIN cut-out fits in the hole left by most recorders with a European heritage. In minutes it can be programmed for up to six channels of RTD’s, thermocouples, Voltage or mA signals in any mixture and any range.
    Because the signals are electrically isolated you will not have problems with the signal from one channel interfering with another channel’s signal.
    Isn’t it time to consider an upgrade to those old recorders. Get the benefits of digital technology without the hassle of a PLC or networking approach.
    For double security we store data in non-volatile flash memory as well as on the built-in 3-1/2" floppy drive. Our included evaluation software runs under Windows to display and graph the data. The data can be exported to spreadsheet programs for further analysis or graphing. Since the PR20 uses no pens or paper it can save thousands of dollars in operating costs over the life of the installation when compared to conventional recording techniques.

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