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Use of microcomputers in monitoring instruments, data acquisition, analysis and control

Barron, R. and Akinola, A.A. and Reid, D. (1983) Use of microcomputers in monitoring instruments, data acquisition, analysis and control. Microprocessors and Microsystems, 7 (9). pp. 419-428. ISSN 0141-9331

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Abstract

The microprocessor is ideally suited to automating the collection of data, the control of processes and the measurement of important parameters in industry. A number of applications are presented here, where development and research work is carried out using a microcomputer made up of a Z80 microprocessor with additional circuit boards. The applications are in the areas of data acquisition, control and measurement of variables.