• Dimensional Calibration Fundamentals

    Dimensional Calibration Fundamentals

    Dimensional calibrations are calibrations that involve equipment that measures the physical size of an object related to length, width, diameters and angles. It is also used to check equipment that measures the geometrical properties of machined parts such as hole position, flatness, parallelism and part profiles. Dimensional equipment includes items such as micrometers, calipers, ring

  • Low Pressure Calibrations

    Low Pressure Calibrations

    The measurement and calibration of very low pressures is a difficult and challenging endeavor for many industries and calibration laboratories. These very low pressures, ranging from 0 psi to approximately 1 psi, require a different measurement and calibration setup as compared to the calibration of higher pressures. To increase the scaling of the measurements below

  • Current Shunts and Calibration

    Current Shunts and Calibration

    Current Shunts are versatile tools used to extend the current range that can be measured by using typical ammeters or Digital Multimeters. Most Digital Multimeters on the market can only measure current up to 10 A. By using a Current Shunt, accurate measurements can typically be made to around 500 A, and by using larger

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