an aneroid barometer equipped with an automatic recording mechanism.
Because of its superior accuracy to the aneroid barograph, Marvin’s barometer was in use through the 1940’s.
The Introduction of Self-Registering Meteorological Instruments Robert P. Multhauf
- Aneroid barometer
a device for measuring atmospheric pressure, often specially calibrated for use as an altimeter, consisting of a box or chamber partially exhausted of air, having an elastic top and a pointer to indicate the degree of compression of the top caused by the external air. Historical Examples This is the mercurial barometer; another, the aneroid […]
- Aneroid capsule
a box or chamber of thin metal, partially exhausted of air, used in the aneroid barometer and pressure altimeter.
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