Metrological traceability is an important part of measurement. One of the best ways to understand an instrument’s measurement performance is to assess its accuracy. The instrument should be calibrated against an SI-traceable reference to ensure the quality of measurement data. Quality data, in turn, provides reliable information for decision-making. It's important to understand that the more calibration steps there are between the SI reference unit and the instrument, the greater the measurement uncertainty.
In the application note (PDF) below: "Understanding Calibration Traceability" you will learn how to assess an instrument's traceability from its calibration certificate. Also, scroll down to view authors' bios.
Understanding metrological traceability in calibration - with sample HPP270 calibration certificate (PDF)
The Vaisala PEROXCAP® Hydrogen Peroxide, Humidity, and Temperature Probe HPP270 series probes are designed for demanding hydrogen peroxide bio-decontamination.
Vaisala Indigo200 series transmitters are host devices for displaying measurement values from Vaisala's Smart Humidity, Temperature, Dew Point, Moisture in Oil, CO2 and H2O2 Probes.
The Vaisala Indigo500 series transmitters are host devices for Vaisala Indigo-compatible, stand-alone smart probes. The Indigo500 series include multi-functional Indigo520 transmitter and Indigo510 transmitter with basic features.
Watch a video on how to calibrate your hydrogen peroxide probe with the Vaisala HMK15 calibration kit and Insight software.
As part of Vaisala's R&D team, Enni ensures quality and reliability by testing hardware from prototype to finished product. Tests include environmental, mechanical and measurement performance. With a specialty in probes in the Indigo family, Enni works with numerous measurement parameters, including carbon dioxide, vaporized hydrogen peroxide, humidity, and dew point. Enni holds a M.Sc. in Automation and Electrical Engineering from Aalto University.
As a Principal Scientist at Vaisala, Hannu Sairanen specializes in humidity measurement and applications, including humidity metrology. He has over 10 years' experience in humidity metrology, humidity measurements, and humidity-dependent processes with many publications based on his work in those areas. Hannu holds a doctorate from Aalto University in Finland, with a major in applied thermodynamics.