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High-precision calibration with ifm electronic
Calibration method for pressure sensors ➜
The comparative measurement for the calibration of pressure sensors is performed with electronic pressure controllers and high-precision deadweight testers by using known mass pieces.
Calibration method for temperature sensors ➜
Here the comparative measurement is performed in stirred, temperature-controlled liquid baths by using high-precision reference temperature sensors.
Calibration method for flow sensors ➜
Depending on the medium, the comparative measurement is performed by using high-precision reference flow devices and critical nozzles.
Calibration method for analytical sensors ➜
The comparative measurement is performed by using a secondary calibration solution.
Benefit from accredited calibrations
Performance of accredited calibrations (DAkkS) ➜
The calibration is performed by ifm as an accredited laboratory by means of a comparative measurement according to guideline DKD-R 5-1(09/2018) “Calibration of Resistance Thermometers” or guideline DKD-R 6-1 (03/2014) “Calibration of Pressure Gauges” or guideline KV-F001 (2017-06) “Internal calibration method for flow sensors”.
Measuring systems for issuing DAkkS / factory certificates ➜
They are traceable to national standards of the Physikalisch-Technische Bundesanstalt (PTB) or other national standards. In contrast to DAkkS calibration certificates, factory certificates are not accepted as traceability proof.
- In addition to analogue process values, ifm offers the option to also specify IO-Link process values in the calibration certificate.
- All certificates are bilingual and issued in German and English
- Corresponding certificates must be requested when ordering the article in question