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Synonyms for calibration

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

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These calibrations should include component characterization and end-to-end system characterization of the spectral response of the sensor under operational scenarios to build a robust model of sensor performance and should follow the procedures outlined in "Best Practice Guidelines for Pre-launch Characterization and Calibration of Instruments for Passive Optical Remote Sensing" (NISTIR 7637).
Standards for the Calibration of Instruments for Dimensional Nanometrology in Nanoscale Calibration Standards and Methods, Wiley-VCH, ISBN 0-8194-5983-6, Weinheim
It is worthy to mention that, during the accreditation ceremony Dirk Strube, head auditor of DAP, admired the high level of technical knowledge of RIPI personnel, the suitable meeting of the standard requirements, the regularly performed calibration of instruments, etc.
Reputable manufacturers of monitoring instruments, and certainly those that are A2LA certified, will provide a number of options for calibration of instruments by the manufacturer, before it is sent to your company.
A There are several exceptions to the Clinical and Laboratory Improvement Act (CLIA) rule that the calibration of instruments must be verified every six months.
This technique also provides confidence in the calibration of instruments.
They are: custom solutions, prepared according to individual requirements; physical property standards for calibration of instruments used for physical testing; and the LGC Promochem range of solvents and related products.
FDA and international regulations require the continuous calibration of instruments and the validation of parameters such as temperature and agitation rate.
Unfortunately, the preoccupation in most metrology labs with the routine calibration of instruments obscures metrology's greatest value.
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