How to use Calibration in a sentence
The fourth (yellow), is for touchscreen calibration.
These definitions provide a basis on which the calibration of amperemeters can be conducted.
Our intent is to provide a clearinghouse of information and services specific to managing the calibration function within the manufacturing arena.
Careful calibration of the relative positioning and nonlinear optical distortion is required in order to do astrometry using WFC data.
Our research focuses on encapsulating this process knowledge into models that can be applied without calibration and hence can be applied within ungauged catchments.Advertisement
The original calibration and corroboration of the SPA model was against long-term eddy covariance data from the Harvard Forest, Massachusetts.
Note that multiple plots on the calibration curve always use the default curve.
Use of volumetric glassware for solvents other than water should not rely on the water calibration.
The calibration unit produces a beam that matches the telescope pupil very nicely except that it contains no central obscuration.
The instrument calibration is set up at the factory eliminating the need for any field adjustment potentiometers.Advertisement
This will perform a system reset to unlock the original record level calibration set-up.
It is also more accurate than common spectrophotometers that claim accuracy when used in monitor calibration.
Lumagen's own calibration, and video processing algorithms are used to complement and enhance the already stellar Realta HQV processing.
Syringe calibration factors for radionuclides used in nuclear medicine Tyler, D K, Baker, M, Woods, M J Int.
The abscissa is the standard deviation of the relative error on coordinates of image point or calibration parameters.Advertisement
Lumagen 's own calibration, and video processing algorithms are used to complement and enhance the already stellar Realta HQV processing.
My research project deals with the development of a novel flat flame burner to allow the calibration of various laser based thermometry techniques.
The calibration of ammeters is best conducted by means of a series of standard low resistances and of a potentio meter.
The accuracy of a meter is tested by drawing calibration curves showing the percentage departure from absolute accuracy in its reading for various decimal fractions of full load.
This can be determined by a direct calibration, by inserting a known quantity of water at a known temperature and observing the contraction, or weighing the mercury drawn into the apparatus.Advertisement
However, since this is an area that may require delicate calibration -- especially if you're on prescription meds -- you should always consult with your doctor before embarking on self-medication with chromium.
Not only does this bad boy have an alarm, a calender, a stopwatch, and world time for 30 cities, but it's also solar powered and receives time calibration radio signals to make sure the time is always accurate.
The touch screen offers access to features like calibration options, chronograph and a thermometer.
By using hexadecimal notation, this can be exact regardless of the screen calibration or even color blindness of the people working on it.