Field Calibration or Workshop Calibration?

Posted by beamexcalibration on Feb 23, 2016 9:41:03 AM

We are sometimes asked if it is better to calibrate process instruments in the field, or in a calibration workshop. It is obviously impossible for us to give a correct generic answer for that question. The right answer for each application depends on various things. In this post I have listed a few common arguments for both field calibration and workshop calibration.

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Topics: Workshop calibration, Calibration, Calibrator, Field calibration

Calibration of a HART transmitter and the most common misconceptions about a HART communicator

Posted by beamexcalibration on Jan 26, 2016 1:52:45 PM

A HART transmitter is the most common smart transmitter type used in the process industry. What should be taken into account when calibrating and trimming a HART transmitter? Let’s take a look at the most important things to take into consideration. And also, let’s set straight the most common misconceptions regarding HART communicators.

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Topics: HART Communicator, Pressure calibration, Temperature calibration, Transmitter, Beamex MC6, Calibration, Calibrator, Field calibration, HART

Calibrating a square rooting pressure transmitter

Posted by beamexcalibration on Dec 10, 2015 8:30:19 AM

We quite often receive questions regarding the calibration of a square rooting pressure transmitter.  Most often the concern is that the calibration fails too easily at the zero point. There is a reason for that, so let’s find out what that is.

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Topics: Pressure calibration, Square rooting transmitter, Workshop calibration, Calibration, Field calibration, Flow calibration

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