Brainchild Paperless Chart Recorder Series

June 24, 2015
Real-Time Monitoring for Labs, Hospitals and Factories

CAS DataLoggers and Brainchild introduce the PR Series of Brainchild Paperless Chart Recorders for real-time process display and monitoring several critical values from remote locations. These portable data loggers are ideal for use in monitoring experiments in laboratories, for temperature monitoring in hospitals and clinics, and for process monitoring in factories. The built-in, high-resolution display allows users to get a clear review of their data using flexible screen configuration and multiple display formats. CAS DataLoggers offers these compact chart recorders at cost-effective prices.

Paperless chart recorders put everything you need onscreen and saved to internal Flash memory storage. Brainchild's portable solutions feature 6 to 48 inputs for measuring voltage, current, thermocouples or RTDs, providing useful information: for example in lab experiments such as heating liquids at different volumes. These paperless recorders also offer 6 user-configurable plug and play I/O card slots. Choose from three different models:

  • The Brainchild PR-10 is a low-cost paperless chart recorder with a built-in high-resolution 4.3" touchscreen display and 6 channels
  • The Brainchild PR-20 is a low-cost paperless chart recorder with a built-in high-resolution 5.6" touchscreen display and 6 channels 
  • The Brainchild PR-30 is an advanced paperless chart recorder with a built-in high-resolution 12.1" touchscreen display and up to 48 channels

Brainchild dataloggers support a fast scan rate within 100msec for all analog channels at high accuracy and also boast several mathematical and programmable capabilities including statistics with instant, average, and min/max values. Users can store historical data on a remote host PC for data evaluation and printout, on Flash ROM, or Compact Flash Card. Users can access onsite data either onscreen, from a remote location via RS-232/RS-485/RS-422 serial interfaces, or via Ethernet networking.