CalCard - Calibration Resistance Card
- The original CALCard
- Credit card sized to fit in your wallet
- Approved by industry leading bodies - NICEIC, NAPIT, ECA, IET and ELECSA
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The Original CalCard as recommended by many industry leading bodies (e.g.NICEIC, IET, NAPIT, ECA and ELECSA).
It is a great way to regularly verify that your multifunction tester (MFT), insulation tester, or continuity tester is maintaining ongoing accuracy between official calibrations (think of the calibration like an MOT for your car and the CalCard as your recommended weekly vehicle check).
Being only credit card sized a CalCard can easily fit inside a wallet, the case of your tester, or attach to a key ring and clip to the strap of the tester (many people take this approach so everything is kept together).
It is recommended you have a CalCard per tester per calibration period. On the front side of the card you have the test pads and on the reverse a table where you fill in and log the date and test readings. This way you can spot any drift in measurement accuracy over time and maintain a record for each verification check for that tester. It is especially important to verify your tester after any trauma event (e.g. dropped, subjected to large currents or left outside overnight etc.).
The CalCard itself is strong as it is made out of fibreglass with laminated materials. There are five insulation test resistance values: 0.5M, 1M, 2M, 10M and 20MΩ (tested to 1500V). It also features continuity measurement ranges of 0.25Ω, 0.5Ω, 1Ω, 2Ω and 5Ω.
This product has been certified by many industry leading bodies such as the NICEIC, IET, NAPIT, ECA and ELECSA.
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- The CalCard itself is strong as it is made out of fibreglass with laminated materials.
- The pads are gold and nickel plated.
- There are five insulation test resistance values: 0.5M, 1M, 2M, 10M and 20MΩ (tested to 1500V).
- It also features continuity measurement ranges of 0.25Ω, 0.5Ω, 1Ω, 2Ω and 5Ω.