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  • FP-25 calibrator setup instructions

    FP-25 calibrator setup instructions The FP-25 is used to audit and calibrate flow, pressure, and temperature readings for the samplers and analyzers below: PM10 and PM2.5 FRM samplers (16.7 LPM) – Mesa Labs PQ series, Met One E-FRM, Thermo Scientific Partisol 2000/2025(i) and Dichots, Tisch TE-Wilbur PM10 and PM2.5 FEM analyzers (16.7 LPM) – Environment S.A. MP101M, […]

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    Annual recalibration FAQ

    Annual recalibration FAQ Recalibrating your Alicat meters and controllers ensures they are performing in tip-top shape. In this article, we answer common recalibration questions.

  • Understanding Alicat calibration and accuracy specifications

    Understanding Alicat calibration and accuracy specifications Each device that goes through an Alicat calibration comes with a NIST-traceable Certificate of Calibration. This guarantees that the device’s calibration can be traced back to primary SI standards such as mass and pressure. As a result, an Alicat device will output mass flow rates that fall within the […]

  • Cambridge CMOS Sensors testing and characterization assembly
    Cambridge CMOS Sensors characterizes and calibrates gas sensors using mass flow control

    Cambridge CMOS Sensors characterizes and calibrates gas sensors using mass flow control Cambridge CMOS Sensors (purchased by ams in 2016), is an industry leader in sensor technology. Their patented CMOS MEMS gas sensors use micro-hotplate technology to provide lower power consumption and faster response times for monitoring air quality and hazardous gases. Challenge: Testing CMOS […]

  • Validating, verifying, and calibrating flows

    Validating, verifying, and calibrating flows Validation, verification, and calibration all share the common goal of ensuring a process is working as intended. Here, we discuss these three interrelated but distinct processes and detail how to go about validating, verifying, or calibrating your system. At a basic level, the three terms may be defined as follows: […]