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Accordingly, demand for instrument calibrator mostly emanates from pharmaceutical and electronics sector where chances of flaws are high.
Protein quantities in calibrator solutions were estimated using the Pierce[R] Silver Stain Kit (Thermo Fisher) according to manufacturer's protocol.
Noncommutability arises when the matrix of a reference material being used as either calibrator or as a proficiency testing (external quality assessment) material is sufficiently different than that of typical patient samples, such that the resulting measurement is not an accurate reflection of the performance expected for patient samples.
The Low-Level 81iL calibrator measures low levels of mercury and provides added flexibility to help power plants comply with EPA's Utility Mercury and Air Toxics Standards [MATS).
Fully compliant with ISO 8041, the Standard for vibration measuring instrumentation, the calibrator checks and ensures the accuracy of vibration measurement before the measurement is taken, setting the standard and so giving complete peace of mind to the user that their measurements are correct.
Sullivan stated that the gas flow calibrators from Bios represented an excellent complement to Mesaa[euro](tm)s portfolio of instrumentation products.
The XR20-W rotary axis calibrator includes built-in retro-reflectors, with separate alignment targets on the reverse side of the retro-reflector housing.
Also, the calibrator can read analog output and communicate digitally.
At its core is its advanced, electrical, frequency and temperature calibrator. This compact and robust multi-function unit can measure and source mA, mV, V, Ohms, frequency and a variety of RTDs and thermocouples.
1, after the first calibrator, where a layer with thickness [delta] has been cooled to a temperature below the solidification temperature ([T.sub.s]).
Q Olympus has recently changed its calibrator configuration to a lypholized material that is not stable enough to fit our situation.
In order to calibrate resistance thermometers, thermocouples or temperature transmitters, it is possible to integrate an electrical measuring instrument into the calibrator as an option.