Calibration and adjustment environments - RFL100

RFL100 User Guide

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Measurement probes can be calibrated in any environment that is within their operating range. For example, output from TMP115 probe can be checked and compared at any temperature in range -196 ... +90 °C (-320.8 ... +194 °F). However, probes should only be adjusted in conditions where they have good accuracy. Refer to the accuracy specification of the probe you intend to adjust. Probes will not accept the adjustment if the adjustment points are unsuitable.

Because stabilization of temperature and humidity takes time, you should expect the adjustment procedure to take at least 30 minutes for each adjustment point.

When working with equipment in extremely cold temperatures, use appropriate personal protective equipment such as thermally insulated gloves and clothing. Wear protective eyewear if working with coolants such as liquid nitrogen, and observe safe handling and storage precautions.