Testing can be expensive—in terms of both time and money. When you run a test, you want to know you’re getting good data. At a minimum, yearly calibration helps to ensure that your data is defendable. Yet calibration can be disruptive and expensive, requiring system teardown and shipment to a calibration facility—taking your equipment offline for a month. In addition, continual setup, teardown, and reconfiguring of sensitive test equipment demands a rigorous course of checks to demonstrate that, at test time, every channel is working as it should.
At Precision Filters, we realize that a verification test may be skipped if it seems to offer more bother than benefit. But discovering a bad channel or faulty sensor after a test is too late. It may be impossible or too expensive to run the test again, leaving you with questionable data.
The Precision 28000 test subsystem provides NIST-traceable calibration at the press of a button. No need to tear down the system and ship it to a calibration facility. These automated calibration tests are the same rigorous measurement routines performed in the factory before shipment. In addition, Precision products offer fully programmable setup, real-time sensor and cable health monitoring, and automated Go/No-Go system validation.
To find out how Precision’s test subsystem can automatically calibrate and verify your 28000 system, please download the white paper NIST-Traceable Testing at the Press of a Button, or visit the Precision 28000 Test Subsystem page. To contact Precision Filters, Inc. phone us at 607-277-3550 or e-mail us at email@example.com.