Applying Measurement Uncertainty To Digital Multimeter Calibration

Fluke_cal_logoFREE Web Seminar on Tuesday, September 27, 2011 (8:00 am Pacific U.S. / 11:00 am Eastern U.S. – 1 hour 30 minutes) and Thursday, September 29, 2011 (11:00 am Pacific U.S. / 2:00 pm Eastern U.S. – 1 hour 30 minutes)


This seminar is an introductory study of measurement uncertainty and its application to digital multimeter calibration. It studies measurement uncertainty from the perspective of the formally documented Guides to Uncertainty in Measurement (GUMs).

Both general and detailed examples are provided. Fluke’s MET/CAL software is introduced as a tool to assist in calculating measurement uncertainty during calibrations.

Finally, a list of different references are cited to assist in further study of the topic.

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