Yokogawa OR1400 Oscillographic Recorder

Yokogawa OR1400 Oscillographic Recorder
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Yokogawa OR1400
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The YOKOGA WA OR1400 Oscillographic Recorder is a completely new type of oscillographic recorder. It improves on the high functionality you would expect from a conventional thermal array recorder, while giving you the excellent recording characteristics typical of pen recorders and electromagnetic oscillographs, without the troublesome maintenance.

Features:

  • Fast, 250 mrn/s chart speed which is ideal for real-time recording,
  • Wide, 201 mm effective recording span. Additionally printed information, such as annotations, are completely printed within this span. Only analog waveforms use the maximum 200 mm span.
  • Proprietary dot-overlap technology that increases the axis resolution to 32dots/rnm, four times more you get with conventional portable thermal arrayrecorders, for high-quality recording at chart speeds of to 200 mrn/s.
  • High, lOOkHz sample rate that lets you record highspeed phenomena with frequencies of up to 10 kHz.
  • Superior, user-ftj.endly interfaces, including an easyto-read LCD display, a rotary knob for the "feel" ofanalog controls, and key-touch operation.
  • Wide range of recording formats and additional dataprint options that let you customize your printouts.
  • 1 Mdata/channel of memory for data storage ( 4-channel model). Note that you can also use datacapture during real-time recording.
  • In case of the universal input unit, you get a highresolution, 14-bit AID converter in the input stage, adirect connection for eleven types of thermocouple and a max. 8-channel multipoint connection.
  • In case of the voltage input unit, you get a high resolution, 12-bit AID converter in the input stage, where the max. input range is 500V and the max. allowable input voltage is 350V.
  • Using the RMS converter unit, the effective value of AC voltages can be measured.
  • After connecting the strain gage or strain gage converter to the strain input unit, the load, acceleration, etc. of the strain phenomenon can be measured.
  • After inputting a sine wave or pulse waveform signal to the frequency input unit, the frequency of the input waveform can be measured.
  • Using the input unit for power supply frequency, the frequency, fluctuation can be measured at a 2 Hz span and with a 0.01 Hz resolution.
  • Wide range of selectable trigger conditions for both real-time recording and data capture.
  • Features mathematical functions, such as waveform math and :statistical computations.
  • Optional logic input available.
  • At approximately 6.8 kg, this portable recorder combines light weight and high performance.