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Old June 21st, 2018, 03:31 PM   #1
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suggestions for paperless recorder

Hey guys, I've been asked to spec a paperless recorder for a small rural system. Really basic, all they want to be able to do is record influent flow and be able to open the data is Excel.

I'm looking through USABluebook and see some options, I've been checking Honeywell's website and I've seen a few out in the field but was wondering if there is any particular solution that is a great go-to for something like this.
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