As an ISO/IEC 17025 accredited calibration lab, e2b calibration has performed Dickson TP 125 data logger calibration for many years. Based on the prevalence of this equipment, tips were compiled to help technicians validate Dickson TP 125 data logger accuracy.
These instruments are recommended for a 6 month calibration interval. The Dickson TP 125 data logger calibration records indicate the pass rate is roughly 70% of the time on an annual cycle. Factors contributing to this can include damage, software issues, or the need for adjustment. Data logging units that do not pass may have non-linear inaccuracy, making adjustments difficult. The majority of companies will replace the units in the event of failure in this situation.
Proper maintenance can go a long way to help reading validity. Always store the unit away from humidity, machine vibrations, and in a durable container. Transporting the unit in a container can prevent damage, make sure technicians don’t leave the unit out of the container when not in use. The data logger should be cleaned with a soft cloth regularly to remove dirt and debris.
Organizations and technicians alike choose the Dickson TP 125 data logger for temperature and humidity measurement. The Dickson TP 125 is a popular choice due to the extremely competitive cost, portability, and easy to use software. The temperature range fits common applications and has the ability to measure temperatures -23°C to 80°C and the humidity range is 0 – 95% RH non-condensing.
At the date of this publication, this model sells for $199. High end data loggers can sell for $1,000 or more. Many organizations use these instruments as wear items, replacing the units instead of repair.
If you have questions about Dickson TP 125 data logger calibration and maintenance, or would like a quote, contact e2b calibration.