Recorders are used in many different industrial and test & measurement applications in a large variety of industries to acquire, display, and record process data such as temperature, voltage, current, flow rate, and pressure. Although recorders today are shifting from paper to digital recording systems, there is still a strong demand for chart recorders that can record data on paper, especially in countries such as China, South Korea, and Japan.
In the 1950s, Yokogawa was the first company to release recorders in Japan, and it introduced the world''s first microprocessor-based multipoint recorder in the 1980s. Since then, the company has continued to release innovative new products, and is now one of the world''s largest suppliers in this market. The SD card slot enhancement brings the convenience of electronic data recording to paper-based recording systems.
The hybrid μR10000/μR20000 series recorders now come with an SD card slot, enabling them to record data electronically as well as on paper. This new function offers the following advantages:
In the event of an interruption to the recording to paper due to a paper jam or ink running, data can still be recorded electronically, ensuring data integrity.
2. Extended recording period
The new recorders can accept SD cards with a storage capacity of up to 32 Gbyte, which is ideal for recording data for long periods of time. This gives Yokogawa''s customers the choice of recording all data to paper or to the SD card.
3. Saving configuration settings
Configuration settings for the recorder can be saved to the SD card, should it be necessary to load the recorder settings onto another unit.
Major target markets
Industries such as iron and steel, petrochemicals, chemicals, pulp and paper, foods, pharmaceuticals, water and wastewater, electrical equipment, and electronics
Collection, display, and recording of temperature, voltage, current, flow rate, pressure etc.