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Sat Dec 19 16:55:59 UTC 2009

probably, everything is 'reasonably' accurate, at least for my purposes.
The other conclusion would be that everything in my entire shop is off =
roughly the same amount.  Since I have 5 independent pieces of data, the
odds are the first conclusion is correct.

I have no resistance standards but would like to get some.  I would =
any suggestions.  Low maintenance (i.e. high stability) is desirable.


-----Original Message-----
From: volt-nuts-bounces at [mailto:volt-nuts-bounces at] On
Behalf Of Randy Scott
Sent: Wednesday, December 30, 2009 10:54 AM
To: volt-nuts at
Subject: [volt-nuts] Poll


I'm curious to know if people are maintaining their own standards of =
and resistance.  If so, do you have a single standard or multiple?  How
often do you send your standard(s) for calibration?  How often do you
perform comparisons between your multiple standards?

Do you maintain a standard "just because" or do you use it to calibrate
other equipment (e.g., artifact calibration of a multimeter)?




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