Calibrating your electronic and pneumatic instruments is vital to ensure the instruments are configured properly. All calibration performed by Horney Industrial Electronics is NIST traceable.
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Frequently Asked Questions
What is NIST traceable? NIST stands for the National Institute of Standards and Technology. The NIST Policy of Traceability is made to help ensure the configuration and calibration of the industrial instruments held to a national standard. Visit the NIST website for more information.
When should I have my devices calibrated? Your devices should be calibrated when they are being configured for initial use. It is also useful to verify the calibration during a regular maintenance schedule.
How can I tell if my electronic instruments are calibrated? Without having expertise and experience with the instruments, it will be difficult to ensure they are calibrated. The best way would be to contact Horney Industrial Electronics to ensure the electronic instruments are calibrated properly.
What are some tell tail signs that I need calibration? If you are looking to install or upgrade your industrial electronic instruments or are unsure how your current equipment was calibrated, then you should have Horney Industrial Electronics verify your systems are setup properly.