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Thermal Printer

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mahmoud shendy

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Dear all.
I have an electric signal (1Vpp) and has no fast fluctuation. I want to plot it on a thermal printer.
Any one know how to do so, Is there any controller cards that take analog signals and plot it on a thermal printer, if there is any like that what is its model or manufacturing company.. I need your help

thanx a lot

Shendy
 

crutschow

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Use an A/D module or an oscilloscope digitizer for a computer. These will digitize the signal and have software that will allow you to plot the waveform to the printer from the computer.
 

crutschow

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The only single device I'm aware of that goes from a signal to a printer would be a digital oscilloscope with a printer output connection.
 

Sceadwian

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Or a DAQ device... 1V p-p is trival, output to a printer or data logging is no trouble
I would recommend mahmoud try to use Google, look for "Analog datalogger"
 
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