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Self-Calibrate Components

    Last Modified: February 1, 2021

    The Self-Calibrate Components operation performs self-calibration on test system instruments by verifying an instrument against an onboard standard and adjusting the performance of the instrument to compensate for any discrepancies.

    Typically, you perform self-calibration in the same environment in which you use the instrument. By doing so, the self-calibration operation can compensate for factors such as ambient temperature and time drift. You can perform a self-calibration at any time.


    Because internal calibration standards can drift over time, you must complete external calibration as required at the interval defined in the specifications for the instrument.

    Before running the Self-Calibrate Components operation, make sure no other operations are running on the test system as the driver may need exclusive access to instrument resources.

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