Calibration is the process of comparing a measurement standard or an instrument with a known accuracy to another standard or instrument. We do this to detect or correlate any variation this way an adjustment can be made to eliminate measurement error.

Calibration Interval

Must be based on stability, purpose, and degree of use.

Principles of Calibration

  1. Stability of measurement instrument
  2. Purpose of the measurement instrument
  3. How the environment interacts with the measurement instrument


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