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Defining Calibration Requirements for Electrical Test Equipment

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Abstract

Okay, so you’ve convinced the accountant that the consequence of not having your test gear calibrated is too risky and also believe you’ve selected a calibration vendor that meets your organization’s initial requirements.

But what steps can be taken when actually placing the order to ensure you get a “proper” calibration? Here’s a suggestion.

How to Take the Uncertainty Out of Buying a Service

The level of knowledge possessed by purchasers of calibration services varies significantly from company to company. Some organizations employ an experienced metrologist to make calibration purchases while others entrust this complex decision to a non-technical purchasing function. The result of this is that the validity of purchasing decisions varies from exceptionally good to extremely inappropriate.

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