Calibrating Your Dickson TP125

Using your Dickson TP125 gives you accurate and reliable readings on temperature and humidity, all while being able to record on PC. Whether you’re in applications, regulatory compliance, HVAC balancing, warehouse mapping or process controls, the Dickson TP125 is easy and reliable. However, if you’re on the go or often working around heavy machinery, that reliability becomes compromised.

Simply, over time use of your Dickson TP125 instrument can throw off calibration. Regular calibrations ensure that you’re getting the most accurate reading every time. Dirt and dust that can be extremely difficult to see can also disrupt the calibration of the instrument.

Time to recalibrate can vary depending on how you use your instrument, but typically between six and 12 months is ideal. If you’re working in an environment with any of these conditions you will want to be recalibrating at least every six months: extreme temperatures, wide temperature ranges, humidity, pressure variations, high condensation, dirt, dust or other debris. If you’re always on the go or in areas with heavy machinery that can cause even minute vibrations, you will also want to calibrate your Dickson TP125 every six months.

Getting an accurate reading on your Dickson TP125 is crucial in reading temperatures and humidity. Don’t get caught off guard with a bad reading. Get your Dickson TP125 professionally calibrated to ensure you’re doing the most reliable work possible.

Overall, periodically calibrating your Dickson TP125 is the best choice when working within a standard. e2b calibration is an ISO/IEC 17025 accredited calibration and repair laboratory providing a full scope of services (traceable to NIST) for most popular calibration, test, and measurement instruments. Services are provided in our climate-controlled, state-of-the-art laboratory with on-site services in Chardon, Mentor, Willoughby, Cleveland, Akron, Cincinnati, Columbus and across the country. Local pick-up and delivery available on request.


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