CLAS Certificate Number 2016-02

Transcat Canada - Ottawa

4043 Carling Avenue
Ottawa, Ontario
Canada K2K 2A4

Contact

Francis Kane
Tel: 613-591-8140
Fax: 613-591-6318
Email: Francis.Kane@transcat.ca

Clients served

  • All interested parties.
  • Some calibration services are available on-site. These services are indicated in the “Remarks” column of the following pages.

Field(s) of Calibration

Dimensional, Electrical, Time and Frequency, Mechanical, Thermodynamic, Humidity

SCC Accreditation: (ISO/IEC 17025)

  • Accredited Laboratory 827
  • First issued
  • Issue 1.1e

This scope of capabilities is published by the CLAS program of the National Research Council of Canada (NRC) in close co-operation with the PALCAN program of the Standards Council of Canada (SCC), Canada's accreditation body for calibration and testing laboratories. The SCC accredits the capabilities of the named laboratory for performing the listed calibrations at the given level of uncertainty with traceability to the national measurement standards of Canada. The total uncertainty of the following capabilities, in each case, has a confidence level of at least 95 % and includes the NRC (or other recognized national laboratory) uncertainty, and uncertainties associated with the measurements made by the accredited laboratory. The uncertainty quoted does not include the possible effects on the customer's device of transportation, long term stability or intended use. See supplementary notes. For clients requiring a confidence level of 99 %, the laboratory is able to adjust the uncertainty accordingly.

Type II Capability Table 1
Measured Quantity & Range or Instrument Calibration Measurement Capability
expressed as an Uncertainty (±)
(See supplementary notes)
Remarks
Dimensional
Micrometers: Outside, Inside, Dept
0.0 to 0.05 inches 7.5 µinch Transcat calibration procedure. On-site calibration available.
0.05 to 0.45 inches ( 7 + 7L ) µinch (Note: L in 'inches')
0.45 to 1.0 inch ( 5 + 12L ) µinch (Note: L in 'inches')
1.0 to 4.0 inches ( 2 + 15L ) µinch (Note: L in 'inches')
4.0 to 40 inches ( 9 + 16L ) µinch (Note: L in 'inches')
Anvil Flatness:
0 to 1 inch 6.3 µinch Transcat calibration procedure. On-site calibration available
Calipers: Outside, Inside, Depth
0.0 to 0.05 inches 7.5 µinch Transcat calibration procedure. On-site calibration available.
0.05 to 0.45 inches ( 7 + 7L ) µinch (Note: L in 'inches')
0.45 to 1.0 inch ( 5 + 12L ) µinch (Note: L in 'inches')
1.0 to 4.0 inches ( 2 + 15L ) µinch (Note: L in 'inches')
4.0 to 40 inches ( 9 + 16L ) µinch (Note: L in 'inches')
Dial Indicators:
0.0 to 0.45 inches ( 18 + 3L ) µinch (Note: L in 'inches') Transcat calibration procedure
0.45 to 1.0 inch ( 15 + 8L ) µinch (Note: L in 'inches')
1.0 to 4.0 inches ( 9 + 14L ) µinch (Note: L in 'inches')
4.0 to 6 inches ( 9 + 16L ) µinch (Note: L in 'inches')
Length Measure:
0.0 to 36 inches 0.016 inch Transcat calibration procedure
Height Equipment and Measure:
0.0 to 0.45 inches ( 48 + 1L ) µinch (Note: L in 'inches') Transcat calibration procedure
0.45 to 1.0 inch ( 46 + 4L ) µinch (Note: L in 'inches')
1.0 to 4.0 inches ( 40 + 10L ) µinch (Note: L in 'inches')
4.0 to 24 inches ( 21 + 15L ) µinch (Note: L in 'inches')
Type II Capability Table 2
Measured Quantity & Range or Instrument Frequency Calibration Measurement Capability
expressed as an Uncertainty (±)
(See supplementary notes)
Remarks
ELECTRICAL
Current, AC
0 μA to 220 μA 10 Hz to 20 Hz 0.031 % + 16 nA Source. For the calibration of sinewave current measurement devices. On-site calibration available.
20 Hz to 40 Hz 0.019 % + 10 nA
40 Hz to 1 kHz 0.015 % + 8 nA
1 kHz to 5 kHz 0.030 % + 12 nA
5 kHz to 10 kHz 0.11 % + 65 nA
0.22 mA to 2.2 mA 10 Hz to 20 Hz 0.03 % + 40 nA
20 Hz to 40 Hz 0.018 % + 35 nA
40 Hz to 1 kHz 0.014 % + 35 nA
1 kHz to 5 kHz 0.021 % + 0.11 μA
5 kHz to 10 kHz 0.11 % + 0.65 μA
2.2 mA to 22 mA 10 Hz to 20 Hz 0.039 % + 0.40 μA
20 Hz to 40 Hz 0.019 % + 0.35 μA
40 Hz to 1 kHz 0.014 % + 0.35 μA
1 kHz to 5 kHz 0.021 % + 0.55 μA
5 kHz to 10 kHz 0.11 % + 5 μA
22 mA to 220 mA 10 Hz to 20 Hz 0.033 % + 4 μA
20 Hz to 40 Hz 0.018 % + 3.5 μA
40 Hz to 1 kHz 0.014 % + 2.5 μA
1 kHz to 5 kHz 0.021 % + 3.5 μA
5 kHz to 10 kHz 0.11 % + 10 μA
0.22 A to 2.2 A 20 Hz to 1 kHz 0.027 % + 35 μA
1 kHz to 5 kHz 0.046 % + 80 μA
5 kHz to 10 kHz 0.7 % + 0.16 mA
2.2 A to 11 A 40 Hz to 1 kHz 0.048 % + 0.17 mA Source. For the calibration of sinewave current measurement devices. On-site calibration available.
1 kHz to 5 kHz 0.096 % + 0.38 mA
5 kHz to 10 kHz 0.36 % + 0.75 mA
11 A to 20.5 A 45 Hz to 100 Hz 0.095 % + 3.9 mA
100 Hz to 1 kHz 0.12 % + 3.9 mA
1 kHz to 5 kHz 2.3 % + 3.9 mA
29 μA to 330 μA 10 kHz to 30 kHz 1.2 % + 0.31 μA
330 μA to 3.3 mA 10 kHz to 30 kHz 0.78 % + 0.47 μA
3.3 mA to 29 mA 10 kHz to 30 kHz 0.31 % + 3.1 µA
29 mA to 330 mA 10 kHz to 30 kHz 0.31 % + 0.16 mA
0 μA to 100 μA 10 Hz to 20 Hz 0.47 % + 35 nA Measure. For the calibration of current sources using a digital multimeter. On-site calibration available
20 Hz to 45 Hz 0.18 % + 35 nA
45 Hz to 100 Hz 0.072 % + 35 nA
100 Hz to 5 kHz 0.072 % + 35 nA
100 μA to 1 mA 10 Hz to 20 Hz 0.46 % + 0.23 μA
20 Hz to 45 Hz 0.18 % + 0.23 μA
45 Hz to 100 Hz 0.071 % + 0.23 μA
100 Hz to 5 kHz 0.038 % + 0.23 μA
1 mA to 10 mA 10 Hz to 20 Hz 0.46 % + 2.3 μA
20 Hz to 45 Hz 0.18 % + 2.3 μA
45 Hz to 100 Hz 0.071 % + 2.3 μA
100 Hz to 5 kHz 0.038 % + 2.3 μA
10 mA to 100 mA 10 Hz to 20 Hz 0.46 % + 23 μA
20 Hz to 45 Hz 0.18 % + 23 μA
45 Hz to 100 Hz 0.071 % + 23 μA
100 Hz to 5 kHz 0.037 % + 23 μA
100 mA to 1 A 10 Hz to 20 Hz 0.46 % + 0.23 mA
20 Hz to 45 Hz 0.19 % + 0.23 mA
45 Hz to 100 Hz 0.097 % + 0.23 mA
100 Hz to 5 kHz 0.12 % + 0.23 mA
Type II Capability Table 3
Measured Quantity & Range or Instrument Calibration Measurement Capability
expressed as an Uncertainty (±)
(See supplementary notes)
Remarks
Current, DC
220 mA to 2.2 A 0.02 % + 12 μA Source. For the calibration of dc current measuring devices. On-site calibration available.
2.2 A to 11 A 0.04 % + 0.48 mA
11 A to 20.5 A 0.093 % + 0.58 mA
0 µA to 100 µA 0.0026 % + 0.92 nA Measure. For the calibration of dc current generating devices. On-site calibration available.
100 µA to 1 mA 0.0026 % + 5.8 nA
1 mA to 10 mA 0.0026 % + 58 nA
10 mA to 100 mA 0.0043 % + 0.58 μA
100 mA to 1 A 0.0130 % + 12 μA
1 A to 50 A 0.03 %
50 A to 100 A 0.30 %
Voltage, DC
0 V to 220 mV 0.00085 % + 0.44 μV Source. For the calibration of dc voltage measuring devices. On-site calibration available.
220 mV to 2.2 V 0.00051 % + 0.7 μV
2.2 V to 11 V 0.00040 % + 2.5 μV
11 V to 22 V 0.00040 % + 4 μV
22 V to 220 V 0.00062 % + 40 μV
220 V to 1100 V 0.00076 % + 0.40 mV
0 V to 100 mV 0.00071 % + 0.58 μV Measure. For the calibration of dc voltage generating devices. On-site calibration available.
100 mV to 1 V 0.00050 % + 0.58 μV
1 V to 10 V 0.00051 % + 0.58 μV
10 V to 100 V 0.00076 % + 35 μV
100 V to 500 V 0.0011 % + 0.12 mV
500 V to 800 V 0.0016 % + 0.12 mV
800 V to 1000 V 0.0021 % + 0.12 mV
2 kV to 20 kV 0.07 % + 4.6 V Measure. For the calibration of dc voltage generating devices.
20 kV to 40 kV 0.07 % + 9.2 V
Type II Capability Table 4
Measured Quantity & Range or Instrument Frequency Calibration Measurement Capability
expressed as an Uncertainty (±)
(See supplementary notes)
Remarks
Voltage, AC
0 mV to 2.2 mV 10 Hz to 20 Hz 0.16 % + 4 μV Source. For the calibration of sinewave voltage measurement devices. On-site calibration available.
20 Hz to 40 Hz 0.1 % + 4 μV
40 Hz to 20 kHz 0.078 % + 4 μV
20 kHz to 50 kHz 0.13 % + 4 μV
50 kHz to 100 kHz 0.17 % + 5 μV
100 kHz to 300 kHz 0.33 % + 10 μV
300 kHz to 500 kHz 0.47 % + 20 μV
500 kHz to 1 MHz 0.58 % + 20 μV
2.2 mV to 22 mV 10 Hz to 20 Hz 0.042 % + 4 μV
20 Hz to 40 Hz 0.03 % + 4 μV
40 Hz to 20 kHz 0.014 % + 4 μV
20 kHz to 50 kHz 0.03 % + 4 μV
50 kHz to 100 kHz 0.058 % + 5 μV
100 kHz to 300 kHz 0.12 % + 10 μV
300 kHz to 500 kHz 0.16 % + 20 μV
500 kHz to 1 MHz 0.27 % + 20 μV
22 mV to 220 mV 10 Hz to 20 Hz 0.028 % + 12 μV
20 Hz to 40 Hz 0.011 % + 7 μV
40 Hz to 20 kHz 0.0085 % + 7 μV
20 kHz to 50 kHz 0.021 % + 7 μV
50 kHz to 100 kHz 0.047 % + 17 μV
100  kHz to 300 kHz 0.091 % + 20 μV
300 kHz to 500 kHz 0.14 % + 25 μV
500 kHz to 1 MHz 0.28 % + 45 μV
220 mV to 2.2 V 10 Hz to 20 Hz 0.027 % + 40 μV
20 Hz to 40 Hz 0.010 % + 15 μV
40 Hz to 20 kHz 0.0048 % + 8 μV
20 kHz to 50 kHz 0.008 % + 10 μV
50 kHz to 100 kHz 0.012 % + 30 μV
100 kHz to 300 kHz 0.043 % + 80 μV
300 kHz to 500 kHz 0.01 % + 200 μV
500 kHz to 1 MHz 0.18 % + 300 μV
2.2 V to 22 V 10 Hz to 20 Hz 0.028 % + 0.4 mV
20 Hz to 40 Hz 0.010 % + 0.15 mV
40 Hz to 20 kHz 0.005 % + 50 μV
20 kHz to 50 kHz 0.0083 % + 0.1 mV
50 kHz to 100 kHz 0.012 % + 0.2 mV
100 kHz to 300 kHz 0.030 % + 0.6 mV
300 kHz to 500 kHz 0.11 % + 2 mV
500 kHz to 1 MHz 0.17 % + 3.2 mV
22 V to 220 V 10 Hz to 20 Hz 0.028 % + 4 mV
20 Hz to 40 Hz 0.01 % + 1.5 mV
40 Hz to 20 kHz 0.0057 % +  0.6 mV
20 kHz to 50 kHz 0.0093 % + 1 mV
50 kHz to 100 kHz 0.017 % + 2.5 mV
100 kHz to 300 kHz 0.091 % + 16 mV
300 kHz to 500 kHz 0.44 % + 40 mV
500 kHz to 1 MHz 0.8 % + 80 mV
220 V to 1100 V 40 Hz to 1 kHz 0.011 % + 4 mV
1 kHz to 20 kHz 0.017 % + 6 mV
20 kHz to 30 kHz 0.061 % + 11 mV
220 V to 750 V 30 kHz to 50 kHz 0.061 % + 11 mV
50 kHz to 100 kHz 0.23 % + 45 mV
0 mV to 10 mV 1 Hz to 40 Hz 0.039 % + 3.5 μV Measure. For the calibration of voltage sources using a digital multimeter. On-site calibration available.
40 Hz to 1 kHz 0.029 % + 1.2 μV
1 kHz to 20 kHz 0.039 % + 1.2 μV
20 kHz to 50 kHz 0.15 % + 1.2 μV
50 kHz to 100 kHz 0.59 % + 1.2 μV
100 kHz to 300 kHz 4.7 % + 2.3 μV
300 kHz to 1 MH 1.5 % + 5.8 μV
10 mV to 100 mV 1 Hz to 40 Hz 0.013 % + 4.6 μV
40 Hz to 1 kHz 0.0095 % + 2.3 μV
1 kHz to 20 kHz 0.017 % + 2.3 μV
20 kHz to 50 kHz 0.037 % + 2.3 μV
50 kHz to 100 kHz 0.093 % + 2.3 μV
100 kHz to 300 kHz 0.36 % + 12 μV
300 kHz to 1 MHz 1.2 % + 12 μV
1 MHz to 2 MHz 1.9 % + 12 μV
2 MHz to 4 MHz 4.7 % + 81 μV
4 MHz to 8 MHz 4.7 % + 92 μV
100 mV to 1 V 1 Hz to 40 Hz 0.0098 % + 46 μV
40 Hz to 1 kHz 0.0094 % + 23 μV
1 kHz to 20 kHz 0.017 % + 23 μV
20 kHz to 50 kHz 0.036 % + 23 μV
50 kHz to 100 kHz 0.093 % + 23 μV
100 kHz to 300 kHz 0.35 % + 0.12 mV
300 kHz to 1 MHz 1.2 % + 0.12 mV
1 MHz to 2 MHz 1.9 % + 0.12 mV
2 MHz to 4 MHz 4.7 % + 0.81 mV
4 MHz to 8 MHz 4.7 % + 0.92 mV
1V to 10 V 1 Hz to 40 Hz 0.0095 % + 0.46 mV
40 Hz to 1 kHz 0.0095 % + 0.23 mV
1 kHz to 20 kHz 0.017 % + 0.23 mV
20 kHz to 50 kHz 0.036 % + 0.23 mV
50 kHz to 100 kHz 0.093 % + 0.23 mV
100 kHz to 300 kHz 0.35 % + 1.2 mV
300 kHz to 1 MHz 1.7 % + 1.2 mV
1 MHz to 2 MHz 1.8 % + 1.2 mV
2 MHz to 4 MHz 4.7 % + 8.1 mV
4 MHz to 8 MHz 4.7 % + 9.3 mV
10 V to 100 V 1 Hz to 40 Hz 0.024 % + 4.6 mV
40 Hz to 1 kHz 0.024 % + 2.3 mV
1 kHz to 20 kHz 0.024 % + 2.3 mV
20 kHz to 50 kHz 0.042 % + 2.3 mV
50 kHz to 100 kHz 0.14 % + 2.3 mV
100 kHz to 300 kHz 0.46 % + 12 mV
300 kHz to 1 MHz 1.7 % + 12 mV
100 V to 700 V 1 Hz to 40 Hz 0.047 % + 46 mV
40 Hz to 1 kHz 0.047 % + 23 mV
1 kHz to 20 kHz 0.071 % + 23 mV
20 kHz to 50 kHz 0.14 % + 23 mV
50 kHz to 100 kHz 0.35 % + 23 mV
1 kV to 2 kV 20 Hz to 100 Hz 0.3 % + 2.3 V
100 Hz to 400 Hz 0.73 % + 4.6 V
2 kV to 20 kV 20 Hz to 100 Hz 0.37 % + 23 V
20 kV to 40 kV 50 Hz to 60 Hz 0.65 % + 69 V
Type II Capability Table 5
Measured Quantity & Range or Instrument Frequency Calibration Measurement Capability
expressed as an Uncertainty (±)
(See supplementary notes)
Remarks
Current clamp calibration
Clamp-on Ammeter Toroidal Type: Effective AC current output
20.5 HzA to 150 HzA 45 Hz to 65 Hz 0.42 % + 29 mA Source using a multifunction calibrator and a 50 turn coil. For the calibration of clamp meters. On-site calibration available.
65 Hz to 440 Hz 1.0 % + 31 mA
150 A to 500 A 45 Hz to 65 Hz 0.42 % + 130 mA
65 Hz to 440 Hz 1.0 % + 140 mA
500 A to 1025 A 45 Hz to 65 Hz 0.43 % + 220 mA
65 Hz to 440 Hz 1.0 % + 230 mA
Clamp-on Ammeter Non-Toroidal Type: Effective AC current output
20.5 A to 150 A 45 Hz to 65 Hz 0.70 % + 290 mA Source using a multifunction calibrator and a 50 turn coil. For the calibration of clamp meters. On-site calibration available.
65 Hz to 440 Hz 1.3 % + 290 mA
150 A to 500 A 45 Hz to 65 Hz 0.70 % + 300 mA
65 Hz to 440 Hz 1.3 % + 1.0 A
500 A to 1025 A 45 Hz to 65 Hz 0.70 % + 350 mA
65 Hz to 440 Hz 1.3 % + 1.1 A
Clamp-on Ammeter Non-Toroidal Type: Effective DC current output
20 A to 150 A   0.58 % + 0.16 A Source using a multifunction calibrator and a 50 turn coil. For the calibration of clamp meters. On-site calibration available.
150 A to 1000 A   0.58 % + 0.58 A
Power, DC
0.33 mA to 330 mA
11 μW to 1.1 mW DC 0.024 % Source. For the calibration of measurement devices using multifunction calibrators
1.1 mW to 110 mW DC 0.027 %
0.11 W to 110 W DC 0.024 %
110 W to 330 W DC 0.018 %
0.33 A to 3 A
11 W to 110 mW DC 0.044 % Source. For the calibration of measurement devices using multifunction calibrators
0.11 W to 990 W DC 0.053 %
1 W to 3 kW DC 0.0096 %
3 A to 20.5 A
0.099 W to 0.99 W DC 0.088 % Source. For the calibration of measurement devices using multifunction calibrators
0.99 W to 6.8 kW DC 0.07 %
6.8 kW to 20.5 kW DC 0.04 %
Power, AC
3.3 mA to 9 mA
0.11 mW to 3 mW 10 Hz to 65 Hz 0.13 % Source. For the calibration of measurement devices using multifunction calibrators. (PF = 1).

The uncertainties shown are for the most favorable conditions. There is an increase in uncertainty that corresponds to the laboratory’s AC voltage and current uncertainties at different frequencies other than the ones shown. Power factors (PF) other than the one shown contribute to the power uncertainty. PF is related to the cosine of phase. Therefore, uncertainties track the laboratory’s phase uncertainty closely at PF near one, but are magnified heavily as PF approaches zero.

The lab may also report reactive power, apparent power, and power factor under this accreditation. If needed, contact laboratory for more information regarding uncertainties at frequency and power factor combinations other than the ones shown.

3 mW to 9 W 10 Hz to 65 Hz 0.077 %
9 mA to 33 mA
0.3 mW to 10 mW 10 Hz to 65 Hz 0.089 % Source. For the calibration of measurement devices using multifunction calibrators. (PF = 1).

The uncertainties shown are for the most favorable conditions. There is an increase in uncertainty that corresponds to the laboratory’s AC voltage and current uncertainties at different frequencies other than the ones shown. Power factors (PF) other than the one shown contribute to the power uncertainty. PF is related to the cosine of phase. Therefore, uncertainties track the laboratory’s phase uncertainty closely at PF near one, but are magnified heavily as PF approaches zero.

The lab may also report reactive power, apparent power, and power factor under this accreditation. If needed, contact laboratory for more information regarding uncertainties at frequency and power factor combinations other than the ones shown.

10 mW to 33 W 10 Hz to 65 Hz 0.077 %
33 mA to 90 mA
1 mW to 30 mW 10 Hz to 65 Hz 0.071 % Source. For the calibration of measurement devices using multifunction calibrators. (PF = 1).

The uncertainties shown are for the most favorable conditions. There is an increase in uncertainty that corresponds to the laboratory’s AC voltage and current uncertainties at different frequencies other than the ones shown. Power factors (PF) other than the one shown contribute to the power uncertainty. PF is related to the cosine of phase. Therefore, uncertainties track the laboratory’s phase uncertainty closely at PF near one, but are magnified heavily as PF approaches zero.

The lab may also report reactive power, apparent power, and power factor under this accreditation. If needed, contact laboratory for more information regarding uncertainties at frequency and power factor combinations other than the ones shown.

30 mW to 90 W 10 Hz to 65 Hz 0.057 %
90 mA to 330 mA
3.0 mW to 100 mW 10 Hz to 65 Hz 0.089 % Source. For the calibration of measurement devices using multifunction calibrators. (PF = 1).

The uncertainties shown are for the most favorable conditions. There is an increase in uncertainty that corresponds to the laboratory’s AC voltage and current uncertainties at different frequencies other than the ones shown. Power factors (PF) other than the one shown contribute to the power uncertainty. PF is related to the cosine of phase. Therefore, uncertainties track the laboratory’s phase uncertainty closely at PF near one, but are magnified heavily as PF approaches zero.

The lab may also report reactive power, apparent power, and power factor under this accreditation. If needed, contact laboratory for more information regarding uncertainties at frequency and power factor combinations other than the ones shown.

100 mW to 300 W 10 Hz to 65 Hz 0.078 %
0.33 A to 0.9 A
11 mW to 300 mW 10 Hz to 65 Hz 0.071 % Source. For the calibration of measurement devices using multifunction calibrators. (PF = 1).

The uncertainties shown are for the most favorable conditions. There is an increase in uncertainty that corresponds to the laboratory’s AC voltage and current uncertainties at different frequencies other than the ones shown. Power factors (PF) other than the one shown contribute to the power uncertainty. PF is related to the cosine of phase. Therefore, uncertainties track the laboratory’s phase uncertainty closely at PF near one, but are magnified heavily as PF approaches zero.

The lab may also report reactive power, apparent power, and power factor under this accreditation. If needed, contact laboratory for more information regarding uncertainties at frequency and power factor combinations other than the ones shown.

300 mW to 900 W 10 Hz to 65 Hz 0.081 %
0.9 A to 2.2 A
30 mW to 720 mW 10 Hz to 65 Hz 0.089 % Source. For the calibration of measurement devices using multifunction calibrators. (PF = 1).

The uncertainties shown are for the most favorable conditions. There is an increase in uncertainty that corresponds to the laboratory’s AC voltage and current uncertainties at different frequencies other than the ones shown. Power factors (PF) other than the one shown contribute to the power uncertainty. PF is related to the cosine of phase. Therefore, uncertainties track the laboratory’s phase uncertainty closely at PF near one, but are magnified heavily as PF approaches zero.

The lab may also report reactive power, apparent power, and power factor under this accreditation. If needed, contact laboratory for more information regarding uncertainties at frequency and power factor combinations other than the ones shown.

720 mW to 2 kW 10 Hz to 65 Hz 0.079 %
2.2 A to 4.5 A
80 mW to 1.4 W 10 Hz to 65 Hz 0.088 % Source. For the calibration of measurement devices using multifunction calibrators. (PF = 1).

The uncertainties shown are for the most favorable conditions. There is an increase in uncertainty that corresponds to the laboratory’s AC voltage and current uncertainties at different frequencies other than the ones shown. Power factors (PF) other than the one shown contribute to the power uncertainty. PF is related to the cosine of phase. Therefore, uncertainties track the laboratory’s phase uncertainty closely at PF near one, but are magnified heavily as PF approaches zero.

The lab may also report reactive power, apparent power, and power factor under this accreditation. If needed, contact laboratory for more information regarding uncertainties at frequency and power factor combinations other than the ones shown.

1.4 W to 4.5 kW 10 Hz to 65 Hz 0.18 %
4.5 A to 20.5 A
150 mW to 6.7 W 10 Hz to 65 Hz 0.17 % Source. For the calibration of measurement devices using multifunction calibrators. (PF = 1).

The uncertainties shown are for the most favorable conditions. There is an increase in uncertainty that corresponds to the laboratory’s AC voltage and current uncertainties at different frequencies other than the ones shown. Power factors (PF) other than the one shown contribute to the power uncertainty. PF is related to the cosine of phase. Therefore, uncertainties track the laboratory’s phase uncertainty closely at PF near one, but are magnified heavily as PF approaches zero.

The lab may also report reactive power, apparent power, and power factor under this accreditation. If needed, contact laboratory for more information regarding uncertainties at frequency and power factor combinations other than the ones shown.

6.7 W to 20 kW 10 Hz to 65 Hz 0.17 %
PHASE
0° to 179.99° 10 Hz to 65 Hz 0.11° Source. For the calibration of measurement devices using multifunction calibrators. On-site calibration available.
65 Hz to 500 Hz 0.20°
500 Hz to 1 kHz 0.39°
1 kHz to 5 kHz 1.9°
5 kHz to 10 kHz 3.9°
10 kHz to 30 kHz 7.8°
Capacitance
0.19 nF to < 1.1 nF 10 Hz to 10 kHz 0.39 % + 7.8 pF Source synthesized capacitance using a multiproduct calibrator. For the calibration of capacitance measuring devices. On-site calibration available.
1.1 nF to < 3.3 nF 10 Hz to 3 kHz 0.39 % + 7.8 pF
3.3 nF to < 11 nF 10 Hz to 1 kHz 0.21 % + 7.8 pF
11 nF to < 33 nF 10 Hz to 1 kHz 0.21 % + 78 pF
33 nF to < 110 nF 10 Hz to 1 kHz 0.21 % + 78 pF
110 nF to < 330 nF 10 Hz to 1 kHz 0.21 % + 0.23 nF
0.33 µF to < 1.1 µF 10 Hz to 600 Hz 0.20 % + 0.78 nF
1.1 µF to < 3.3 µF 10 Hz to 300 Hz 0.20 % + 2.3 nF
3.3 µF to < 11 µF 10 Hz to 150 Hz 0.20 % + 7.8 nF
11 µF to < 33 µF 10 Hz to 120 Hz 0.32 % + 23 nF
33 µF to < 110 µF 10 Hz to 80 Hz 0.35 % + 78 nF
110 µF to < 330 µF DC to 50 Hz 0.35 % + 0.23 µF
0.33 mF to < 1.1 mF DC to 20 Hz 0.35 % + 0.78 µF
1.1 mF to < 3.3 mF DC to 6 Hz 0.35 % + 2.3 µF
3.3 mF to < 11 mF DC to 2 Hz 0.35 % + 7.8 µF
11 mF to < 33 mF DC to 0.6 Hz 0.58 % + 23 µF
33 mF to < 110 mF DC to 0.2 Hz 0.86 % + 78 µF
Type II Capability Table 6
Measured Quantity & Range or Instrument Calibration Measurement Capability
expressed as an Uncertainty (±)
(See supplementary notes)
Remarks
Resistance
10 MΩ to 100 MΩ 0.08 % Source. For the calibration of resistance measurement devices On-site calibration available.
100 MΩ to 1 GΩ 0.24 %
1 GΩ to 10 GΩ 0.41 %
10 GΩ to 100 GΩ 0.84 %
100 GΩ to 1 TΩ 2.50 %
1 mΩ, 2.3 nΩ
10 mΩ 12 nΩ
100 mΩ 0.48 µΩ
0 Ω to 10 Ω 0.0018 % + 58 µΩ Measure capability using a digital multimeter. On-site calibration available.
10 Ω to 100 Ω 0.0015 % + 0.58 mΩ
100 Ω to 1 kΩ 0.0012 % + 0.58 mΩ
1 kΩ to 10 kΩ 0.0012 % + 5.8 mΩ
10 kΩ to 100 kΩ 0.0012 % + 58 mΩ
100 kΩ to 1 MΩ 0.0019 % + 2.3 Ω
1 MΩ to 10 MΩ 0.0062 % + 0.12 kΩ
10 MΩ to 100 MΩ 0.059 % + 1.2 kΩ
100 MΩ to 1 GΩ 0.58 % + 12 kΩ
ELECTRICAL CALIBRATION OF TEMPERATURE INDICATORS AND SIMULATORS
Thermocouple simulation
Type E: -250°C to 1000°C 0.1°C Source. For the calibration of temperature indicators and process calibrators by electrical stimulation of temperature. On-site calibration available.
Type J: -210°C to 1200°C 0.1°C
Type K: -200°C to 1372°C 0.1°C
Type N:
100°C to -25°C 0.17°C Source. For the calibration of temperature indicators and process calibrators by electrical stimulation of temperature. On-site calibration available.
-25°C to 120°C 0.15°C
120°C to 410°C 0.14°C
410°C to 1300°C 0.21°C
-200°C to -100°C 0.31°C
Type R:
0°C to 250°C 0.44°C Source. For the calibration of temperature indicators and process calibrators by electrical stimulation of temperature. On-site calibration available.
250°C to 400°C 0.27°C
400°C to 1000°C 0.26°C
1000°C to 1767°C 0.31°C
Type S:
0°C to 250°C 0.45°C Source. For the calibration of temperature indicators and process calibrators by electrical stimulation of temperature. On-site calibration available.
250°C to 1000°C 0.28°C
1000°C to 1400°C 0.29°C
1400°C to 1767°C 0.36°C
Type T: -250°C to 400°C 0.1°C Source. For the calibration of temperature indicators and process calibrators by electrical stimulation of temperature. On-site calibration available.
Frequency
10 MHz 5.9 x 10-10 Source.
Uncertainty values of derivatives of 10 MHz will differ due to resolution, noise, and gating errors.
10 MHz 2.3 x 10-9 Measure capability. On-site calibration available.
Uncertainty values of derivatives of 10 MHz will differ due to resolution, noise, and gating errors.
Oscilloscope
Rise Time
250 ps (nominal) 51 ps Source. For the calibration of oscilloscopes. On-site calibration available.

The stated uncertainty is the laboratory’s ability to source a fast rise pulse that is approximately 250 ps. In the typical application of measuring rise time of an oscilloscope, this value is one of the contributing factors, but other factors are derived from the DUT. The known source rise time is mathematically removed from the total measured rise time measured on the DUT.

Mechanical
Force
Tension
1 lbf to 400 lbf 0.013 % NIST Class F Weights
Compression
1 lbf to 400 lbf 0.013 % NIST Class F Weights
Torque
4 lbf-in to 10 lbf-in 1.9 % Transcat calibration procedure. On-site calibration available.
10 lbf-in to 30 lbf-in 1.0 %
30 lbf-in to 80 lbf-ft 0.76 %
80 lbf-ft to 250 lbf-ft 0.60 %
Balances
Specific values
25 kg 33 mg For the calibration of metric balances. The Calibration Measurement Capability listed can be achieved only if the balances being calibrated are suitable for such a measurement. The Calibration Measurement Capability is based upon the use of ASTM Class 1 reference weights. The laboratory corrects for known offsets assigned to its reference weights so that it can calibrate with uncertainties that are better than the ASTM tolerances of the weights used, in some cases. The Calibration Measurement Capability reflects the uncertainty contribution of the weights including co-variances. It also includes the repeatability and readability of the best balances that the laboratory calibrates routinely in the given measurement ranges. The Calibration Measurement Capabilities for measurements between 500 g and 30 kg are dominated by the performances of the best balances calibrated by the laboratory, rather than by the laboratory’s reference standards and measurement processes. The uncertainty stated on the calibration report will include the uncertainty contribution of the balances that were calibrated. All values are expressed in conventional mass, as defined above. On-site calibration available.
20 kg 23 mg
10 kg 14 mg
5 kg 3.2 mg
2 kg 1.8 mg
1 kg 0.7 mg
500 g 1.5 mg
200 g 0.17 mg
100 g 140 μg
50 g 65 μg
20 g 59 μg
10 g 45 μg
5 g 44 μg
3 g 44 μg
2 g 44 μg
1 g 43 μg
500 mg 43 μg
200 mg 43 μg
100 mg 43 μg
50 mg 43 μg
20 mg 43 μg
10 mg 43 μg
5 mg 43 μg
1 mg 43 μg
Other values
1 lb to 400 lb 0.012 % For the calibration of “Avoirdupois” balances. The Calibration Measurement Capability listed can be achieved only if the balances being calibrated are suitable for such a measurement. The Calibration Measurement Capability is based upon the use of NIST Class F weights. The laboratory corrects for known offsets assigned to its reference weights so that it can calibrate with uncertainties that are better than the ASTM tolerances of the weights used, in some cases. The Calibration Measurement Capability reflects the uncertainty contribution of the weights including co-variances. It also includes the repeatability and readability of the best balances that the laboratory calibrates routinely in the given measurement ranges. The Calibration Measurement Capabilities for measurements between 500 g and 30 kg are dominated by the performances of the best balances calibrated by the laboratory, rather than by the laboratory’s reference standards and measurement processes. The uncertainty stated on the calibration report will include the uncertainty contribution of the balances that were calibrated. All values are expressed in conventional mass, as defined above. On-site calibration available.
Pressure
0 psia to 25 psia 0.0019 psia Transcat calibration procedure.
Pneumatic: Absolute
25 psia to 500 psia 0.0065 % + 0.001 psia
0 inH2O to 2 inH2O 0.0015 inH2O Transcat calibration procedure.
Pneumatic: Gauge
On-site calibration available
4 inH2O to 14 inH2O 0.042 %
-15 psig to 0 psig 0.017 %
0.5 psig to 3 psig 0.017 %
3 psig to 5 psig 0.0074 %
5 psig to 25 psig 0.0017 psig
25 psig to 500 psig 0.0065 %
500 psig to 10 000 psig 0.0080 %
Thermometry
Digital Thermometers (Thermocouples), thermometers, RTD, PRT and Thermistor probes
-78.4°C 0.026°C For the calibration of temperature measuring equipment. On-site calibration available.
-30°C to 0°C 0.026°C
0.01°C 0.0033°C
0°C to 120°C 0.037°C
120°C to 600°C 0.048°C
-195°C to 0°C 0.012°C
0°C to 420°C 0.026°C
420°C to 600°C 0.037°C
Relative Humidity
10°C to 70°C
  10 % to 95 % RH
0.5 % RH Source. For the calibration of relative humidity and temperature measuring instruments. Transcat calibration procedure.
Relative Humidity Controlled Chambers
-40°C to 10°C
  0 % RH to 90 % RH
2.4 % RH Measure. For the calibration of humidity controlled chambers. Transcat calibration procedure. On-site calibration available.
10°C to 60°C
  0 % RH to 90 % RH
1.3 % RH
60°C to 100°C
  0 % RH to 90 % RH
2.4 % RH
20°C to 100°C
  90 % RH to 100 % RH
2.4 % RH
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