What is QC calibration?

What is QC calibration?

Successful operation of a network of complex instruments, such as scanning spectroradiometers, depends upon a well-defined approach to quality assurance and quality control (QA/QC). Standards used to calibrate the instruments must be regularly validated and recalibrated, when necessary.

Why do we need to do calibration?

The goal of calibration is to minimise any measurement uncertainty by ensuring the accuracy of test equipment. Calibration quantifies and controls errors or uncertainties within measurement processes to an acceptable level.

How many types of calibration are there?

two types

What is the basic principle of calibration?

Calibration is certified through the process of issuing a report or certificate assuring the end user of a product’s conformance with its specifications. Calibration is carried out by comparing the readings or dimensions of an instrument with those given by a reference standard.

What is calibration procedure?

Home / Dictionary / Calibration procedure. A calibration procedure is a controlled document that provides a validated method for evaluating and verifying the essential performance characteristics, specifications, or tolerances for a model of measuring or testing equipment.