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Device Calibration Considerations

Last Modified: October 17, 2018

Device calibration consists of verifying the measurement accuracy of a device and adjusting for any measurement error. Verification consists of measuring the performance of the device and comparing these measurements to the published specifications. During calibration, you supply and read voltage levels or other signals using external standards, then you adjust the device calibration constants. The new calibration constants are stored in the EEPROM. These calibration constants are loaded from memory as needed to adjust for the error in the measurements taken by the device.

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