a calibration __ simulates the process variables to be measured by the instrument under test.
the following information can usually be located at the manufacturers instructions accompanying a measuring or indicating instrument.
ALL/recommended setups/test conditions/adjustment points for zero, span and linearity
after any required adjustments have been made, another ________ should be performed to verify the results of the adjustments.
_____ is the algebraic difference between the upper and lower values of an instrument's range.
_______ defines the highest and lowest values of the measured variable that an instrument is designed to measure, recieve, or transmit.
If zero shift and span errors are revealed during a series of calibration cycles, ___ is usually corrected first.
During a downscale check, test points should be approached form?
milliammeters are usually connected in _____with the instrument under test when they are used as output standards.
it is important to allow the ____ value to stabilize before recording the data.
it is unlikely that some ___errors will be discerned in a three-point calibration check.
during an upscale check, test points should be approached from ______.
If the instrument under test is rated for an accuracy of plus or minus 1, the output standard selected for a calibration should ideally have an accuracy of plus or minus ___
to prevent erroneous indications, instrument ____ should be checked to ensure that they are tight and leak free.
information on the recommended setup for a calibration can usually be found in?
instruments should be calibrated in the following situations?
ALL/ transferring the instrument to a new control loop/following the repair of the instrument/prior to installation
instrumetns are calibrated to ensure that their ________ accurately represents the input
an instruments repeatability is expressed as?
percentage of output span
___ is the ratio of the maximum to minimum values of a measure variable that an instrument can measure within stated accuracy to the minimum value of the measured variable that it can be measured with stated accuracy.
with _______, all of the ouput readings are either consistently high or consistently low throughout the entire range.