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LAW Calibration crafts a precise calibration of electrical and electronics that is accurate and reliable and done in a manner that satisfies all industry standards. Our services include

  • identifying equipment:and making a complete list of all electrical and electronic items in your facility that need to be calibrated. Calibrated equipment includes multimeters, oscilloscopes, power supplies, and electronic test instruments.
  • Determine Calibration Requirements:Find out the periodic calibration procedures for each instrument according to the instructions provided by manufacturers, industry, and regulators.
  • Establish Calibration Intervals:The calibration frequency of the equipment should be decided depending on the frequency of usage, its stability, and the manufacturers’ recommendations. Consider the amount of necessary maintenance for calibration intervals and standard practices as well.
  • Select Calibration Standards:Select proper calibration standards that are traceable to national or international standards. Make sure the standards are proper for the range and accuracy requirements of the equipment that will be calibrated.
    • Develop Calibration Procedures:Prepare detailed calibration procedures for every type of equipment. The procedures must contain the sequence of operations, calibration techniques, acceptance criteria, and data storage format.
    • Train Personnel:Offer training to the staff that perform calibration duties. Make them familiar with the calibration procedures, the operation of the equipment, data recording, and compliance.
    • Take Benefit of our custom Calibration Management Software:Use our calibration management software to speed up and automate calibration processes such as scheduling, record keeping, notifications, and reporting. This software allows you to monitor calibration status, keep calibration certificates in one place, and issue compliance reports.
    • Establish Documentation Protocols:Create standard protocols for recording calibration activities with the use of calibration certificates, calibration logs, adjustment records, and equipment history files. All documentation must be correct, complete, and readily available for audit purposes.
    • Implement Ongoing Monitoring and Improvement:LAW periodically does audits, reviews, and performance checks of the calibration program to measure its capability. We highlight areas to be improved and provide corrective measures to increase efficiency, reliability, and compliance.

Key Calibration Equipment for Electrical and Electronics:

  • Multimeter:The multimeter is an instrument used to measure various components of an electric circuit, such as voltage, current, and resistance. Calibration guarantees the accuracy of the sensor readings for troubleshooting, testing, and maintenance of electrical systems and components.
  • Oscilloscope:An oscilloscope is a device that examines and presents the voltage waveforms in electronic circuits. To ensure accurate diagnosis and analysis of electronic signals, calibration of voltage measurements, timebase, and frequency response is essential.
  • Power Supply:The accurate setting of power sources helps obtain the correct voltage and current outputs for electronic components and circuits. The calibration should be done carefully to maintain the reliability and correctness of the test of electronic components.
  • Function Generator:A function generator is an electronic tool that produces single-frequency waveforms like sine waves, square waves, and triangular waves. Calibration ensures correctness in terms of frequency, amplitude, and waveform.
  • Frequency Counter:The frequency counter primarily measures the rate at which an electric signal vibrates. Calibration involves precise measurement of frequencies which are important for testing oscillators, clocks, or communication systems.
  • LCR Meter:An LCR meter is an instrument for testing the inductance, capacity, and resistance of electronic devices. Calibration measures values that are vital for designing, testing, and troubleshooting circuits in the electronic domain.
  • Temperature Calibrator:One of the primary functions of temperature calibrators is to compare the accuracy of a temperature sensor and a controller in an electronic system. Calibration is required for accurate temperature readings, which is important for the device to function well and last longer.
  • Insulation Tester:Insulation tester is used to measure the insulation resistance of wires and electrical devices. The calibration process is used to get correct insulation resistance readings for fault detection and electrical safety.
  • Signal Generator:An electronic signal generator provides mechanical signal impulses that are applied to optional test-and-measurement of electronic schemes and devices. The proper signaling amplitude, period, and form are fundamental in ensuring the quality and reliability of transmitted signals.
  • Electronic Load:An electronic load is a device that takes the place of different loads to find out whether the power system or electric device receives enough energy and is stable enough. Calibration is a basic task for the impedance and current sensor circuit to determine the load precisely.
    LAW Calibration is your route to see the proper calibration of essential products such as electricity and electronic hardware, guaranteeing the right measurement, dependability, and accuracy, and therefore the quality and integrity of your procedures.

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Areas We Serve

We offer professional calibration services in the following regions

  • Maine
  • Vermont
  • New Hampshire
  • Massachusetts
  • New York
  • Rhode Island
  • Connecticut
  • New Jersey
  • Delaware
  • Maryland
  • Virginia