measurement standards and TMDE.
f. Calibration Equipment.
Measurement standards, test, measurement,
g. Calibration Requirement.
The identification of an instrument that
requires calibration; a statement of the instrument's specifications that
must be verified; and the support application of the instrument.
The period of time that a calibrated
instrument can be expected to retain its specified accuracy within a
predetermined confidence level before it must be recalibrated.
i. Calibration Procedure.
The document that identifies the technical
specifications of an instrument to be calibrated; the required measurement
standards; and the detailed technical procedure to be used to accomplish
j. Measurement Techniques.
The technical methods derived from
scientific principles that are employed to determine or ascertain the value
of a parameter (length, mass, time, voltage, etc...).
k. Measurement System.
One or more measurement standards and
accessories interconnected to perform a complete measurement from the first
operation to the end result.
l. Calibration cycle.
An operation wherein certified standards are
transported to one or more locations for the purpose of certifying the
points of origin (refer to figure 3).