Calibration uncertainty and why technicians need to understand it [Webinar]

Posted by Katie Turner on Jun 27, 2019, 12:44:07 PM
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Calibration uncertainty and why technicians need to understand it - Beamex webinar

In this blog post, I want to share a webinar titled "Calibration uncertainty and why technicians need to understand it." This webinar was a collaboration with Beamex and ISA (International Society of Automation) subject matter experts.

It describes a practical approach to calibration uncertainty and  also provides real-life applications.

The webinar speakers are Beamex's own "dynamic duo" Ned and Roy. Both Ned Espy and Roy Tomalino have long careers with Beamex and have many year's experience with calibration.

Please click the picture below (under the topic list) to watch the webinar.

To make it easier for you to jump to a relevant part of the webinar, below is a list of the main topics and the time.

Calibration uncertainty and why technicians need to understand it - content list

 

Watch the webinar by clicking the picture below:

Calibration uncertainty webinar - Beamex

 

More on calibration uncertainty

For additional information on calibration uncertainty, please check out the blog post Calibration uncertainty for Dummies. 

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Products used in the webinar demo sessions

In the demo sessions, Roy is using Beamex MC6 Calibrator and Beamex CMX Calibration Management software.

 

 

Topics: calibration uncertainty

Katie Turner

Written by Katie Turner

Katie has developed and executed marketing strategies for over 10 years. She has spent most of her time in the automation industry. Katie holds a Bachelor of Business Administration in Marketing. Currently, Katie helps Beamex accomplish its mission of pioneering better ways to calibrate in the United States.

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