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Calibration

Calibration - an activity that under certain conditions determines the relationship between the measured values measured by a measurement master and its uncertainties and the corresponding indications and uncertainties, and in the second step uses this information to determine the dependence that results in the measurement on the basis of indication.
PKN-ISO/IEC Guide 99:2010

Performed calibrations

The Laboratory performs calibration of instruments of different types and manufacturers. The calibration range includes instruments for measuring and generating electrical quantities:
  • current and voltage meters (AC, DC) analog,
  • current and voltage meters (AC, DC) digital,
  • multimeters,
  • voltage and current calibrators (AC, DC),
  • clamp meters,
  • oscilloscopes,
  • fixed resistors,
  • adjustable resistors,
  • analogue resistance meters,
  • digital resistance meters,
and instruments for measuring and generating time and frequency:
  • meters and generators of the period,
  • meters and generators of the time interval,
  • oscilloscopes,
  • quartz and non-quartz frequency meters and generators,
  • analog and digital frequency meters,
  • multimeters.


Calibration purpose

The purpose of calibration is to determine the metrological condition of the calibrated instrument, determining its suitability for measurements, including the transfer of units of measurement, or to certify that the calibrated instrument meets the specified metrological requirements with the calibration result certified in the calibration certificate.

We provide a reference to the values measured in the Main Office of Measurements and accredited national and foreign laboratories.



Calibration rangeOrdering safety tests