Electronics Calibration Services
Electronics calibration refers to comparing an electronic measurement instrument to an electronic measurement calibrator, then adjusting the test instrument, if necessary, until the readings it produces match those produced by the calibrator. The calibration process varies greatly depending on the type of electronic instruments being calibrated.
Electronic calibration helps us determine and control the flow of electrical currents. Electronic instruments are used to quantify various types of energy, including electric energy, electromagnetic energy, magnetic energy, or even energy produced by resistance.
These instruments include voltmeters, ammeters, ohmmeters, multimeters, oscilloscopes, clamp meters & more. Electronic instruments measure voltage, rate of flow of the electric charge, current, or many other electronic characteristics to help us quantify and communicate characteristics of the energy.