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cal·i·brate

(kal'i-brāt),
1. To graduate or standardize any measuring instrument.
2. To measure the diameter of a tubular structure.

cal·i·brate

(kal'i-brāt)
1. To graduate or standardize any measuring instrument.
2. To measure the diameter of a tubular structure.

cal·i·brate

(kal'i-brāt)
1. To graduate or standardize any measuring instrument.
2. To measure the diameter of a tubular structure.
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If multiple meters are ordered which are on paper said to be identical, there is a temptation to calibrate one meter only and apply that calibration to all meters of that specification.
BIO International highlights individuals and organizations that are contributing ground-breaking ideas and advancements to the biotechnology industry," said Erin Lenhardt, director of marketing for Calibrate, Inc.
Calibrate it more often, if you suspect a calibration problem.
In order to calibrate the STS, a method to connect the device to a traceable standard was developed.
Polystyrene latex (PSL) spheres are often used to calibrate wafer inspection systems, but these model particles do not behave like real-world particles.
With a patented triple-piston assembly, this new primary standard is designed to calibrate virtually any differential pressure-sensing device from 0-850 inches of water column (2,100 mbar) at line pressures up to 2,900 psi (200 bar).
The Low-Background Infrared (LBIR) facility provides means to calibrate low power thermal-infrared sources (blackbodies).
ProcessMedic, originally designed as a Milacron factory tool to calibrate and test machines, is essentially a process-data collection system.