barograph


Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Encyclopedia, Wikipedia.
Related to barograph: barometer

bar·o·graph

(bar'ō-graf),
A device that gives a continuous record of barometric pressure.
Synonym(s): barometrograph

barograph

[ber′əgraf′]
Etymology: Gk, baros + graphein, to record
an instrument that continually monitors barometric pressure and records pressure changes on paper.

barograph

(băr′ō-grăf″)
A device used to measure and record changes in atmospheric pressure.
References in periodicals archive ?
Barograph : The barograph is a device, which converts the applied pressure into a visible light pattern.
Scientific instruments also feature, with no less than five mercury barometers and two barographs on offer.
Weather enthusiasts would have been interested in one of those cased barographs which seem to be getting rarer every year, one by T B Winter of Newcastle on Tyne made pounds 410 and, possibly to go with it, a George III figured mahogany stick barometer signed 'Northen, Hull', made pounds 1,100.