Why Choose Dickson’s Calibration Service?
Dickson’s sensors are calibrated by highly trained calibration technicians using ISO/IEC 17025 accredited and National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) traceable standards. This ensures our calibrations have the highest possible chain of compliance and that your sensors accurately reflect your environment.
A plug-and-play calibration solution, our Smart-Sensor™ technology means zero downtime when it comes to recalibration. Complete calibration information is contained directly in the sensor, so all you have to do is replace the old sensor without powering down or unplugging your device.
Dickson’s ISO 17025 COFRAC accredited lab means accurate calibration. COFRAC is the only national body designated and recognized by France for issuing accreditations.
How Calibration Works
Stable environments are essential to calibrations. We can’t assume any temperature, humidity, CO2, or other value without the use of a standard reference probe and specialized equipment to create a confined, stable environment.
After comparison is made across a standard or custom range of setpoint values, we observe how far off your sensor was from our standard. We then calculate correction coefficients to adjust readings to align with the standard measurement.
If your sensor isn’t reading temperature, humidity, or other values accurately, we adjust it. Adjustments for Smart-Sensors are stored directly in the sensor’s on-board memory. We provide you with a calibration certificate for each calibrated sensor.