Multimeter Calibration

Fluke Meter & Multimeter Calibration

Calibration of Digital Multimeter Calibration and other instrumentation helps to ensure consistency and accuracy. Where accuracy and reliability are paramount, calibration should be factored in when buying a multimeter. We use the leading brand of instruments, equipment, service and software used to calibrate and safeguard electrical systems or technical measuring instruments.

Proactive calibration scheduling

Here are the key reasons to stay proactive in your approach to equipment maintenance:

  • Predictability: Maintenance staff work more efficiently when they can prepare for calibration testing.
  • Reliability: Systems function better and experience fewer failures.
  • Costs: Fewer costs due to untimely breakdowns, which result in opportunity and productivity loss, repairs and parts replacement.
  • Safety: Safe employee environments save your company from emergency situations and even costly lawsuits.
  • Traceability: Regular inspections affirm that a system is operating accurately.
  • Peace of Mind: Have confidence in the system due to routine maintenance, firm budgeting expenses and expected productivity levels.

When to schedule Fluke multimeter calibration

All multimeters tend to lose accuracy (or ‘drift’) as they age, though this is less of an issue today compared with older technologies. Therefore, multimeter calibration should be periodically undertaken. A typical period of calibration is one year, although the specifications of more exacting devices may have 90 days. It ultimately depends on the importance of the task at hand and the intended accuracy. However, a rarely calibrated Fluke multimeter will likely be more accurate than a non-fluke meter that is less frequently calibrated. They tend to hold their specs well, with common reports of 20-year-old flukes still delivering the same tight accuracy.

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