Top 4 Blogs of March

In case you missed them, here are our Top 4 Blogs of March:

 

How to Calibrate a Fluke Multimeter

The timing for calibration is often dependent on your environment; whether it is in cold or harsh weather, whether it has been dropped, how often you are using it, etc. In this blog post, we’re going to explain how to check your fluke multimeter to see if it is in need of calibration.

These steps are compatible with a Fluke 80 Series V Multimeter. Any older versions will need to be adjusted from the potentiometers inside the equipment in order to bring them up to manufacturer specifications. Read More…

 

Understanding Calibration Reports

There isn’t much debate around whether it’s important to have calibration testing done on your equipment. Many times it is required by an accrediting body. However, once you get the calibration report back, it can sometimes be confusing or difficult to understand what it all means.

In this whitepaper, we will cover what a calibration report is, what should be included in it, what it all means and what to do with the results. Read More…

 

Humidity Salt Methods

Humidity is one of the more difficult measurement problems for calibration laboratories. There’s a lot more to calibrating Relative Humidity than simply buying equipment and following generally accepted procedures. Read More…

 

What is the Difference between ANSI/NCSL Z540-1 & ISO/IEC 17025?

Currently in the U.S. there are two national standards for calibration laboratories such as, the ANSI/NCSL Z540-1 (Z540-1) and ISO/IEC 17025. Having two different national standards can be confusing for both laboratories and customers; therefore, we have put together a brief guide to describe the basic differences between the two standards.

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