Measuring instruments must be reliable and should, therefore, be calibrated. If decisions are made on incorrect grounds, it may lead to incorrect results.
In order to obtain reliable measuring instruments, they should be calibrated regularly. Calibration refers to the act of evaluating and adjusting the precision and accuracy of measurement equipment.
In fact, all physical sensors will become less accurate during recording due to environmental facts like humidity, temperature, usage, and time.
The calibration certificate supplied with each data logger documents the completion of a successful calibration.
Each data logger supplied by Mobitron is tested and calibrated following references approved by the RISE Technical Research Institute of Sweden. By this, it will contribute to accurate and reliable data that assures the measurement results.
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To maintain status and reliability, the calibration should be renewed within the time stated.
According to the marking on your data logger, this calibration should be renewed within 24 months. The year and month for the next calibration are marked at the top of your data logger.
Before sending your products Re-calibration
Customers who want to return data loggers for recalibration should first contact Mobitron AB to obtain a service number. After this, mark your delivery with this service number and return your data logger for calibration.
Please, download and complete the form and send it to firstname.lastname@example.org, to obtain a service number that has to be sent along with the impact recorder.
Normally your order takes 15-20 working days from when we receive your data logger.