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Multimeter Calibration Services

Preparing for multimeter calibration

Tektronix offers analog and digital multimeter calibration and repair services for hundreds of manufacturers, including Tektronix and Fluke multimeter calibration and repair services. All can be custom-tailored to meet your specific requirements — either at your site or through our network of mobile and depot labs.

Typical Multimeter Calibration and Repair Procedures

  • Equipment Inspection - the instrument is carefully examined to determine whether it is operating to manufacturer warranted specification.
  • DC Voltage - direct current voltage measurement is calibrated to manufacturer specifications.
  • AC Voltage - alternating current voltage measurement is calibrated to manufacturer specifications.
  • Resistance (2-wire & 4-wire) - resistance is tested and calibrated to manufacturer specifications.
  • DC Current - direct current measurement is calibrated to manufacturer specifications.
  • AC Current - alternating current measurement is calibrated to manufacturer specifications.
  • Linearization (if applicable) - linearization is measured and calibrated to manufacturer specifications.

Trust Tektronix as your single-source multimeter calibration services provider.

Everywhere You Need Us to Be

Tektronix offers the world’s most comprehensive network of calibration service labs for test and measurement equipment. More than 1,100 experienced and certified technicians are ready to service your instruments from ~100 labs worldwide. For global companies, we are your local partner for managing the calibration programs for your entire fleet of instruments across multiple sites.

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Why Choose Tektronix for Multi-brand Services?

  • Calibration services for equipment from 9,000-plus manufacturers—far more than just Tektronix!
  • Extensive global service network—more than 100 points of service.
  • Superior quality—181 ISO/IEC 17025:2005 accreditation parameters.
  • 1,100-plus associates—highly skilled technicians and sales representatives.

Frequently Asked Questions

Why calibrate a multimeter?

Calibrating your instrument assures you that your measurements are accurate within the specification limits that led you to select the instrument in the first place. Routine calibrations are your prescription for the continued health and performance of your instrument.

How often should I calibrate a multimeter?

Initially, it is recommended you follow the OEM recommended calibration interval. If you do mostly critical measurements and do them often, a shorter time span between calibrations means less chance of questionable test results. Many times, calibrating at shorter intervals will afford you with better specifications.

What types of errors are present in a non-calibrated multimeter?

Drift errors caused by time, environment, and physical use (or abuses). Regular calibration will help keep your instrument error-free.

Can I calibrate my own multimeter?

Do-it-yourself calibration is not recommended when intending to stay true, with minimum measurement uncertainty, to manufacturer specifications, especially when there is a requirement for the calibration to be traceable to the International System of Units (SI).

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