Chartless Recorder

Paperless Recorder (PHF)


  • Compact front panel: 144 x 160 mm Up to 6 channels for thermocouples, RTD, voltage, or current input
  • Data saving on Compact Flash e.g.- data of 4 years' worth can be stored on 512 MB card
  • Data viewer and parameter loader software provided as standard Ethernet (option)
  • allows you to use FTP, web server, e-mail, etc
  • Lithium-ion battery driven version available Battery life: approx. 10 years
  • Quick search and display of past data Just scroll the screen to check the past data
  • 3 or 6 input channels

Paperless Recorder (PHL)


Provides flexibility and variety in the handling of record data. Up to 9 or 18 channels for thermocouples, RTD, voltage, or current input

  • Wide variety of display mode
  • Large-capacity data storage
  • Easy operation with on-screen guidance
  • Data viewer and parameter loader software provided as standard
  • Compact design: 160 x 144 x 185 mm, 1.5 kg
  • RS485 (MODBUS) (option)
  • Ethernet (option)
  • Status display- Screen name, date & time, alarm information, recording status, writing status of measured data in Compact Flash, and fitting status of the card into the recorder slot
  • Time display- Indicates the recorded time and time scale
  • Trend display- Allows you to view measured result in waveforms
  • Digital display- Allows you to view measured values in a digital form
  • Key panel- Allows you to start/stop recording, and to change the display mode or the settings
  • Power indicator- Lights during the power is on, and blinks when the screen saver is working

Paperless Recorder (PHU)


  • Large size paperless recorder front panel 300 x 300 mm
  • Up to 36 channels for thermocouples, RTD, voltage, or current input
  • Data saving on CompactFlash e.g.- the data of 3 years' worth can be stored on 512 MB card
  • Data viewer and parameter loader software provided as standard
  • Ethernet (option) allows you to use FTP, web server, e-mail, etc
  • Quick search and display of past data just scroll the screen to check the past data 9, 18, 27, or 36 input channels