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Offline Irv1n

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Met/Cal Procedure
« on: 10-03-2018 -- 04:37:07 »
Hi to All. May be anyone have met/cal procedure for calibration or verification f5720, hp3458a, k2182? Thank.

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Re: Met/Cal Procedure
« Reply #1 on: 10-03-2018 -- 15:55:43 »
I have programmed procedures for the 3458A and 5720A/5700A.  Not going to give it to you for free though!  Took an extremely long time to get all the TUR's right on these.  Contact Mike Schwarz from Cal Lab Solutions.  He can most likely help you acquire what you need.
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Re: Met/Cal Procedure
« Reply #2 on: 10-03-2018 -- 16:11:27 »
Thanks for the recommendation silv3rstr3...

We are doing all of these high-end procedures in Metrology.NET...  We are only doing Scopes, Meters and Power Supplies in MET/CAL.  We do have a pretty kick-butt 3458A procedure.  And did the 5720 for the US Army years ago...

But, the advantage of doing them in Metrology.NET are;
1) Complex procedures are usually calibrated on multiple stations... DC / AC Ohms...
   This keeps you from tieing up your standards for the calibration as well as you can cal more equipment with the same number of standards. 
2) 17025 Uncertainty Calculations... We can use the same spreadsheets you use for you SoA.
3)  It supports both Manual and Automated Calibrations.

Check it out... www.Metrology.NET then give me a call next week when I get back into the country..

Michael L. Schwartz
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Cal Lab Solutions
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