During calibration, the accuracy of a data logger is checked by
comparing its readings against those of an instrument of known
accuracy. By doing so, the margin of error in the
data logger's readings can be calculated.
If a data logger is found to be out of
calibration, remedial work can be performed, such as
adjustment to the data logger itself or, if required, a repair or
The information gained from a calibration can be used by a
customer to improve the accuracy of a data logger's
readings. For example, the margin of error can be used to
adjust recorded data so that it reflects a higher degree of
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