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Yokogawa Electric Corp., Newnan, GA, has introduced the MV1000 and MV2000 paperless portable recorders with integrated display, recording, and communications functions. The units record on-site changes in temperature, voltage, current, flow, and pressure. The MV1000 features 24 input channels; the MV2000 has 48 channels. Both units feature 200 MB of memory, allowing data to be stored for approximately 70 days at one-second intervals with a 12-channel model. The recorders feature guidance messages for set-up and entering of settings. Measured data can be stored in text format on removable storage media for further processing and data backup on a personal computer using standard software. The MV1000 features a 5.5" color TFT-LCD display; the MV2000 has a 10.4" display.

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This article first appeared in the December, 2007 issue of NASA Tech Briefs Magazine.

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