Recording Charts devices are designed to accurately measure and document atmospheric and electrical data, ensuring optimal conditions for equipment, shipments, and facilities. Among these tools are paperless chartless digital recorders, data loggers for both electrical and non-electrical properties. They continually capture variables like voltage, water levels, oil pressure, temperature, and humidity, presenting them on an LCD screen for easy reference.
Circular chart recorders utilize pens to trace temperature and humidity data onto circular paper charts that rotate over a set time frame. This creates a visual historical overview of conditions at a glance. Strip chart temperature recorders use pens to track temperature fluctuations on elongated paper strips that are expelled from the recorder. These are commonly used to monitor product conditions during transit.
Accessories and add-ons, including software and adapters, enhance the functionality of recording equipment. They facilitate data management and integration. Additionally, there are replacement parts like paper stands, pens of various colors and styles, printer cartridges, and modules. These components support the recording process and data retrieval, often in conjunction with recorders and integrators.