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How can I calibrate the coil 52120A/COIL6KA and 5500A/COIL?

How can I calibrate the coil 52120A/COIL6KA and 5500A/COIL?

I have some doubts with the calibration procedure of these coils.

First, what are the instruments/calibrators to perform the calibration?

and last, if I used a clamp meter to measure the current in one coil to perform the calibration, should I calibrate the same clamp meter with the same coil? and if so, can i do it the same with both models of coils?

Thanks for your help.

Regards..

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Michael Johnston

As far as I know, it only requires an initial calibration which can be done by Fluke. Unless the unit is damaged in some way, the characteristics don't change.

As I recall, it's even been stipulated by A2LA that an initial cal is all that's needed to use it with accredited calibrations under ISO 17025.

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Jose de la Torre

As dmjohnston commented, they only need an initial calibration unless damaged.  See the A2LA document attached.

 

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Héctor Alejandro Raimundo Cabrejo

Thank you so much, It was exactly what I needed !!!!!

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