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Nanoscientists using data loggers or chart recorders for environmental monitoring critical to experimental success and safeguarding inventory quality can now call Dickson Calibration Specialists at 1-800-757-3747 or write no-charge consultations on custom point calibrations best-matched to application requirements. Custom point calibrations, a.k.a. (www.dicksondata.com/info/calibration_glossary.php) are specific points selected for calibration to ensure that a data logger or chart recorder is operating correctly in the operating range where it is typically used.
Dan Gawel, Manufacturing Manager comments, "Many data logger and chart recorder users do not realize that there are several options for calibration methods and that it is important to ensure that the calibration method selected provides the validated and certified calibration standard that is required. Dickson's Calibration Specialists are available to help users weigh options and find the best solution in terms of cost and accuracy."
For a summary sheet on how to choose between 1-point, 3-point and Custom Point calibrations with or without "before" data see(www.dicksondata.com/info/calibration_points.php.
About Dickson Company
Dickson Company and its web portal www.dicksondata.com offer the widest selection of temperature data loggers, chart recorders, and alarm thermometers available in the world
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Addison, IL 60101, USA.
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