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the act of checking or adjusting (by comparison with a standard) the accuracy of a measuring instrument

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Jairo Mantilla, Technical Manager, and Damian Flegel, President, TransCanada Calibrations, Calgary, Alberta, Canada
Manufacturers are turning to on-site calibration services with increasing frequency.
Chief among the advantages, according to Engel, is the ability to conduct continuous on-line adjustments of calibration parameters.
It can be used to determine the confidence levels the user has in the results and whether the calibration frequency of the measurement device is adequate.
0 adds compatibility with Windows 7 and 8 plus support for the latest temperature calibration sources
Demand for calibration services is expected to be high over the next 2 years in Europe, as regulations become more stringent and quality more essential across verticals.
For HBV, the criteria required that the slope of the calibration curve be between -3.
Consequently, heat-flux sensor calibrations particularly at high flux levels, has been a major topic of discussion at the American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME) and American Society for Testing and Materials International (ASTM) committees in recent years.
And thanks to the software upgrades of the past year, users of Barber-Colman systems can store calibrations for groups of products.
Remote witnessing is a new approach to calibrations that could be adopted to tackle this issue.
A properly calibrated VNA allows for precise characterization of RF and microwave components and our new calibration kits provide the precision components needed to perform accurate user calibrations," says Steve Ellis, Interconnect Product Manager at Pasternack.
Every plant has a process on site for performing and managing calibrations, but there can be many different types of calibration process and they vary in terms of quality, efficiency and productiveness.
Now owners of Agilent electronic measurement instruments in the area can receive true local OEM calibrations, with measurements performed using OEM procedures for every warranted specification.
cRF- and sRF-based calibrations have been called one-point and no-point calibration, respectively, and no-point calibration has also been called internal calibration (12).
The Team soon began to focus on three areas where technology might be applied to achieve calibration excellence: * Instrument diagnostics to reduce the number of calibrations on non-critical, non-safety-related instruments based on data generated by those devices;