The recommended calibration interval heavily depends on your application and usage of the device. As a guideline, a measurement amplifier should be calibrated every 12 months to a maximum of 24 months.
In the case of a very important long-term test, a DAQ module should be calibrated directly before conducting the test to ensure confidence in the measurement values. In practice, the user determines the ideal calibration interval based on experience.
Electrics as well as electronic sensors and devices show a drift, some more than others. HBM proves the accuracy of its QuantumX or SomatXR DAQ systems by embedding all digital data of its end-of-line working standard calibration. The certificate can be generated as a PDF file via standard PC software.
Click below to see what a digital calibration certificate from HBM looks like:
Scope of calibration:
Voltage ratio, DC voltage, DC current, Temperature, Frequency
HBM offers on-site calibrations for your QuantumX and SomatXR. DAQ systems which saves downtime and money. Thanks to our professional calibration team, the amplifier will be available again quickly for your next measurement task. HBM stores all new certificates along with all previous calibration certificates in the amplifier's memory. This allows the user to quickly see a particular amplifier’s calibration history at any time. In addition to that, we store all certificates in the HBM Calibration Cloud.
To get in contact with the HBM calibration team or to schedule a slot for your calibration, please click here.