Temperature Controller Calibration
Temperature controller calibration will confirm that your instruments are operating accurately and consistently over time. A temperature controller is one part of a temperature control system with the purpose of maintaining a device at a constant temperature. A precision temperature controller uses a current or voltage source to drive power through these actuators based on input from a temperature sensor such as a thermocouple or RTD. The controller compares the actual temperature to the desired control temperature, or setpoint, and provides output to a connected control element such as a heater or fan to maintain the desired temperature.
LTI Metrology can perform temperature controller calibration, as well as temperature sensor calibration, to verify that the components of your system work properly and reliably. Our field technicians will calibrate temperature controllers for any application including ovens and furnaces, stress rupture machines, injection molding equipment, etc.
The Calibration Process
Our technicians will verify your controllers by simulating a millivolt signal with the correct cold junction compensation including any thermocouple such as K, T, J and others for their entire range of functionality. We can verify the controllers to the accuracy stated by manufacturer’s specifications or a customer’s required accuracy. The field technicians are qualified to make any adjustments necessary to bring these instruments into acceptable accuracies. We also offer opportunities to purchase and replace temperature controllers, if necessary.
Temperature Controller Calibration Capabilities
- Calibrates all types of temperature controllers
- On-off, proportional and PID
- Digital, analog and chart recording models
- Provides temperature calibration for other instruments
- Recorders, regulators, readouts, baths
- NIST traceability
- A2LA accreditation to ANSI/ISO/IEC 17025