Most manufacturers recommend a functional RF Safety Monitor Calibration Certification or recertification every two years. This is computed from the date of first use (customer delivery) or from the date of the calibration certificate included in the original purchase if delivery records do not exist.
At LBA, we have a dedicated lab facility for testing SafeOne®, fieldSENSE, and MVG monitors. Our monitor tests are supervised by iNARTE-certified EMC engineers.
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What is included in an LBA RF Safety Monitor Calibration Certification?
Experience reliable and accurate measurements with LBA RF Safety Monitor Calibration Certification. Our expert technicians provide meticulous attention to detail, ensuring your RF instruments perform at their best. Each submitted monitor undergoes a comprehensive physical exam, and if found in good shape, we replace the batteries and conduct a thorough function test to ensure its optimal performance.
Next, the RF monitor is placed in our advanced RF test chambers, where calibrated RF fields are applied and tested to verify its accuracy. Once the recertification sequence is successfully completed, a date sticker is applied, and a detailed pass-fail record of tests is completed.
In the rare event that a monitor does not pass at any point or if issues suggest end-of-life, our team will promptly notify the submitter with available options. As a safety measure, known defective monitors should never be returned to service and should be properly destroyed to prevent inadvertent use.
We understand the importance of accurate measurements and compliance with industry standards, and that’s why we take pride in providing you with the highest-quality calibration services. Additionally, to show our appreciation for choosing LBA RF Safety Monitor Calibration Certification, we offer a $75 rebate, which comes in the form of credit towards a new monitor purchase from an LBA OneSource.
For more information about monitor calibration and certification please click here to visit our calibration information page over at LBAGroup.com