DIN ISO 16063-21
Methods for the calibration of vibration and shock transducers - Part 21: Vibration calibration by comparison to a reference transducer (ISO 16063-21:2003 + Cor. 1:2009 + Amd.1:2016)
|Publication Date:||1 August 2016|
|ICS Code (Vibrations, shock and vibration measurements):||17.160|
This part of ISO 16063 describes the calibration of rectilinear vibration transducers by comparison. Although it mainly describes calibration using direct comparison to a standard calibrated by primary methods, the methods described can be applied between other levels in the calibration hierarchy.
This part of ISO 16063 specifies procedures for performing calibrations of rectilinear vibration transducers by comparison in the frequency range from 0,4 Hz to 10 kHz. It is primarily intended for those who are required to meet ISO standardized methods for the measurement of vibration under laboratory conditions, where the uncertainty of measurement is relatively small. It can also be used under field conditions, where the uncertainty of measurement may be relatively large.
From knowledge of all significant sources of uncertainty affecting the calibration, the expanded uncertainty can be evaluated using the methods given in this part of ISO 16063. It also covers the assessment of uncertainties for calibrations performed using a check standard.
Comparison calibrations made in accordance with this part of ISO 16063 need to allow for the environmental conditions of the reference transducer calibration.
NOTE Transducer calibrations made under extreme environmental conditions are covered by other International Standards.