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Yes, within 24, 48, 72 hours after coordination via the order centre firstname.lastname@example.org or by telephone under +49 2743 933 580.
Yes, vote via the order centre email@example.com or call+49 2743 933 580.
Yes, vote via the order centre firstname.lastname@example.org or call +49 2743 933 580.
Yes, send enquiry with designation and measuring range by e-mail to email@example.com, then the offer for new procurement incl. ISO or accredited calibration will be made.
Yes, after consultation and approval of costs.
Yes, after consultation and approval of costs.
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Refer to a PDF for download "Difference between DAkkS accredited DKD and traceable ISO calibration".
The accreditation certificates only show the date of issue. As a rule, the accreditation certificate is valid for an unlimited period of time, until the DAkkS (German Accreditation Body) makes a change.
Yes, on request. 4 weeks before the next due date by e-mail, to the corresponding contact person. The format is freely selectable (Excel, Word, PDF).
Is the exceeding of specified tolerance limits or non-compliance with specified procedural steps. **
Set of magnitude values delimited by the extreme values of the possible displays. *
Accreditation in the sense meant here is, according to ISO/IEC 17011:2018-03, the confirmation by a third body formally stating that a conformity assessment body has the competence to carry out specific conformity assessment tasks. **
One or more calibration points have not reached the required tolerance level. **
Smallest change in a measurand that causes a noticeable change in the corresponding display. *
The standard with the highest available accuracy from which measurements are derived. Determination and documentation of the deviation of a measuring device compared to another device under given conditions. This device is referred to as the standard. **
The Deutsche Akkreditierungsstelle GmbH (DAkkS) is a private-sector organisation that performs the function of the national accreditation body of the Federal Republic of Germany. Within the meaning of § 1 Para. 4 of the Administrative Procedure Act, the DAkkS is an authority. **
DIN EN ISO/IEC 17025 specifies general requirements for the competence, impartiality and uniform operation of laboratories. The standard is applicable to all organisations performing laboratory activities, regardless of the number of employees. **
This standard specifies the minimum requirements for a quality management system (QM system) that an organisation must meet in order to be able to provide products and services that meet customer expectations and any regulatory requirements. At the same time, the management system should be subject to a continuous improvement process. **
Quantity that, in a direct measurement, does not affect the quantity being measured, but does affect the relationship between the display and the measurement result. *
Quotient of the change in the display of a measuring system and the corresponding change in the value of a measurand. *
Product of a combined standard measurement uncertainty and a factor greater than one. *
Class of measuring instruments or measuring systems that fulfil specified metrological requirements, by which it is intended that the measurement deviations or instrument measurement uncertainties remain within specified limits under specified operating conditions. *
Value of a quantity. *
Ordered set of values of quantities of a kind used to order quantities of that kind to decrease or decrease in value. *
ILAC is the international organisation for accreditation bodies. **
System of quantities based on the seven basic quantities length, mass, time, electric current, thermodynamic temperature, quantity of matter and luminous intensity. *
ISO 9001 is used for ISO calibration. It is a standard calibration in which the measuring instruments are checked for correctness directly or indirectly with the aid of traceable standards (test weights). **
Under given conditions, actually occurring value of a [physical] quantity in contrast to the setpoint. **
Calibration in metrology is a measurement process for determining and documenting the deviation of display values of a measuring instrument or a material measure from those of another instrument or another material measure, which in this case are referred to as normal.**
The calibration interval is the time span between two successive calibrations of a measuring device or standard. **
Preparation of a result report, also called calibration certificate, with indication of a complete result, i.e. deviation and calibration uncertainty. **
The layout of the DAkkS calibration mark corresponds to that of the DAkkS calibration mark on the associated DAkkS calibration certificate. The layout is clearly defined and specified by the Deutsche Akkreditierungsstelle GmbH in terms of shape, size, colour and content. **
Real scalar quantity defined and assumed by agreement to which any other quantity of the same kind can be compared in order to express the ratio of the two quantities as a number. *
Measured value minus a reference value. *
Element of a measurement system on which a phenomenon, body or substance carrying a quantity to be measured acts directly. *
Set of values of quantities of the same kind that can be measured under defined conditions, using a special measuring device or measuring system with a specified device measurement uncertainty. *
Set of magnitude values assigned to a measurand, together with any available relevant information. *
Extent of approximation of a measured value to a true value of a measurand. *
Device used alone or in conjunction with additional equipment to perform measurements. *
Sequence of elements of a measurement system that forms a single path of the signal from a transducer to an output element. *
Process in which one or more magnitude values that can reasonably be assigned to a quantity are experimentally determined. *
General description of the logical procedure for performing a measurement. *
Quantity value representing a measurement result. *
Non-negative parameter characterising the dispersion of values associated with the measurand based on the information used. *
Phenomenon that serves as the basis of a measurement. *
Science of measurement and its application. *
Sequence of standards and calibrations used to relate a measurement result to a reference. *
Rounded approximate value of a characteristic quantity of a measuring instrument or measuring system indicating its proper use. *
Realisation of the definition of a quantity, with specified quantity value and associated measurement uncertainty, used as a reference. **
Reference point deviation when the specified measured value is zero.
On-site calibration (see reference).
The Physikalisch-Technische Bundesanstalt (PTB) is the national metrology institute of the Federal Republic of Germany and the second largest metrology institute in the world. The PTB is a service provider for science, industry and society and advises the Federal Government on metrology issues. **
In metrology, test equipment is a technical means for tests that determine whether a test object fulfils a requirement.
Is a component of quality management. It aims to ensure and maintain the quality, reliability, usability and readiness of the test equipment in a company. **
Ensuring the quality of a product or service through appropriate measures. **
Size value scale defined by formal agreement. *
Property of a measurement result whereby the result can be related to a reference through a documented, unbroken chain of calibrations, each of which contributes to the measurement uncertainty. *
System of units based on the International System of Units, comprising the names and symbols of units, a set of prefixes with their names and symbols, and rules for their application, adopted by the General Conference on Weights and Measures. **
Technical specifications describe the characteristics required for the service. These may also refer to the specific process or method of producing or delivering the requested service or to a specific process of a life cycle stage of the service. **
Verification, where the specified requirements are adequate for the intended purpose. *
Calibration of the test equipment directly at the customer's place of use.
Quantity value that is in accordance with the definition of a quantity. *
Measurement precision under a set of measurement repeatability conditions. *
Number in the expression of a magnitude value that is not a number used as a reference. *
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