The automation of temperature calibrations has become more widespread in recent years as the demand from industry has grown and workloads have increased. Significant time savings and the ability to produce tailored calibration certificates has enabled the metrology community to actively service this need. Here, we show the equipment required and the configuration to automate the calibration-by-comparison of thermocouples and platinum resistance thermometers in the temperature range -20°C to +140°C.
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