One-Point Calibration with External Test Weights: Technical Note

Authors: Axel Taube | Last updated: 07/09/2022

Overview

A one-point calibration (sometimes referred to as sensitivity test or adjustment accuracy test) with external test weights is an essential and recommended test to ensure the balance is working correctly within specified tolerance limits.

This operating procedure describes how to perform a one-point calibration with external test weights and gives valuable guidance for the definition of concrete test parameters.

  • Document type: Technical Note 
  • Page count: 11
  • Read time: 12 minutes

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Key Takeaways:

  • Laboratory balance calibration and testing
  • Ready-to-use operating procedures
  • Ready-to-use forms
  • Valuable guidance for the definition of test parameters

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Applications Supported:

Balance users, Lab managers, and Quality

All weighing applications 


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