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User Calibration of an 8" Chart Recorder: A Dickson How-To Video

How to Calibrate a Chart Recorder

Calibrating your instrument is essential. Over time, environmental monitoring devices become inaccurate, and must be recalibrated to certain standards. Dickson reccommends sending your devices back to Dickson, to be re-calibrated, as our Calibration Lab is A2LA Certified. For more information on A2LA, go to http://www.a2la.org/.

Sick of Changing Charts? Try a Data Logger on for size. 

*To learn more about calibrating whatever instrument you own, and the calibration services Dickson offers, go to our Calibration Page, or call us at 1-800-757-3747.

Watch as Dickson's Sales Manager, Nick, describes the process of user calibration of an 8" Dickson Temperature Chart Recorder. 

Calibration can be difficult to understand. Why does my device go "out of calibration"? What's the difference between the different types of calibrations? What is calibration? If you have any questions, give us a call. We have experts who want to help. 1-800-757-3747.

To watch other Dickson videos, including Product Overviews of our data monitoring devices, visit our YouTube Channel.


 

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