Accredited Calibration of Field Strength Meters
Aug 06 2013 Read 1270 Times
Effective from 12th of July, Narda Safety Test Solutions GmbH (Germany) has been awarded accreditation for electric and magnetic field strengths by DAkkS, the national accreditation body of the Federal Republic of Germany. This enables Narda to offer accredited, internationally recognised calibration of field strength meters to their customers.
The calibration laboratory of Narda Safety Test Solutions GmbH in Pfullingen is accredited for electric field strengths in the frequency range 9 kHz to 18 GHz. The calibration range covers up to 300 V/m depending on the frequency, and extends down to 2 V/m – i.e. field strengths that are relevant when it comes to measurements for human safety and environmental field exposure.
The accreditation certificate confirms that the laboratory meets the “general requirements of competence for test and calibration laboratories” according to DIN EN ISO/IEC 17025:2005. The calibration method itself is described in IEEE Std 1309-2005, which is the most comprehensive and therefore globally recognised “Standard for Calibration of Electromagnetic Field Sensors and Probes”.
The calibration certificate gives the customer details of the measured values and their associated measurement uncertainties, as well as additional information about the calibration that was performed. Customers also benefit from the Mutual Recognition Agreement of ILAC (International Laboratory Accreditation Cooperation) which ensures that the accredited calibration certificates from Narda Safety Test Solutions laboratory's are recognised worldwide by leading institutions.
As well as accredited calibration, Narda Safety Test Solutions will continue to offer their factory calibration service. All calibration services can also be combined with maintenance and adjustment. The company can also carry out rapid repairs to Narda equipment because as the manufacturer it has both the know-how and the original spare parts for the product.
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