Aneroid barograph

an aneroid barometer equipped with an automatic recording mechanism.
Historical Examples

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


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