Paperless recorder offers multiple features, improved color display

Stamford, CT - RD-MV 100/200 paperless recorder new from Omega features TFT color LCD for better viewing; removable storage on 3.5-in. floppy disk, zip disk, or PCMCIA ATA flash memory card; and programmable thermocouple, RTD, and voltage inputs.

03/03/2003



Stamford, CT - RD-MV 100/200 paperless recorder new from Omega features TFT color LCD for better viewing; removable storage on 3.5-in. floppy disk, zip disk, or PCMCIA ATA flash memory card; and programmable thermocouple, RTD, and voltage inputs. Data collection over Ethernet network is standard. Model RD-MV100, priced at $2400 for the basic unit, has a 5.5 in. (14 cm) TFT color display and up to 12 channels; Model RD-MV 200, starting at $3800, has a 10.4 in. (26 cm) display and up to 30 channels.

Units save measurement data in internal memory in two formats: display and event. Data in internal memory can be transferred to PCs or data servers either online or using a removable storage medium. Measurement data memory consists of nonvolatile flash memory (1.2 MB) that does not require battery backup. Data written to memory are not lost in the event of a power outage.

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