1.2.1.1 Pressure Calibration

The Levelogger Edge is calibrated against a range of set reference points to an accuracy of 3 decimal places. During the calibration procedure, the Levelogger is fully submerged in a highly accurate water bath. The bath is set to 5°C and allowed to stabilize. The pressure is then calibrated to six separate pressure points covering the entire range of pressure for that particular Levelogger to check for any non-linearity. The process is repeated again at 35°C to check for temperature effects. Once done, the Levelogger is approved after all specifications for accuracy, precision, stability and hysteresis have been met. The Levelogger should be calibrated for the life-time of the instrument, as long as it is used within its specified range.