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Calibration

Data Logger Calibration

The routine calibration of a data logger increases confidence in the measurement results compared to traceability standards. Proper periodic calibration ensures the instrument’s accuracy is maintained throughout its life.


Why Calibrate?

All physical sensors become less accurate due to the environment, usage, stress and even time. The degree to which these changes occur all depends on the device and the environment it’s being used in. For example, a voltage device will drift very little over the years, whereas a humidity sensor can drift significantly in several weeks if subjected to a corrosive environment.

Calibration Certificates

Depending on the device, either a ISO 17025 accredited or standard calibration certificate is issued for every data logger indicating the date and conditions of calibration. These certificates provide the documentation needed to satisfy requirements, certifying that a product has been properly calibrated.

Calibration Services

MadgeTech’s calibration laboratory offers a variety of standard and customized calibration services, including ISO/IEC 17025 accredited calibrations for certain products.

Standard calibration values and pricing can be found on the data logger’s Product Information Card located on the website page for that product. The standard calibration is normally a one or two-point correction of the reported values, which is determined by the type of device being calibrated. Additional or nonstandard points incur an additional fee.

For more information on specific pricing of your data logger type or volume discounts for calibration certificates call (603) 456-2011 or email orders@madgetech.com.

ISO/IEC 17025 Accredited Calibrations

MadgeTech now offers in-house ISO/IEC 17025 accredited calibrations. The accreditation states that MadgeTech is certified to meet global industry standards.