Are On-Sites the Right Choice for You?

Technician calibrating with on-site rack

Do you want...

  • Decreased downtime?
  • Quick turnaround time?
  • Quality calibrations - at your facility!

Liberty Calibration offers convenient on-site calibrations in the United States and certain areas in Canada.* On-site calibrations reduce your downtime, since they are done at your facility. They also save on shipping cost, and reduce costs associated with shipping damage. We offer times to suit your schedule with quick turnaround. All of our on-site calibrations are fully accredited to ISO/IEC 17025, and our on-site calibration specialists also do our in-house work, which means you get the same quality that you would get if you sent your equipment to us!

We have designed our own on-site equipment racks that weigh in around 750 pounds and are six feet tall. The lids of the on-site racks are able to be used as tables, if no other tables are available.

When you are asking for an on-site quote, you must provide an equipment list that includes the following information for each piece of equipment:

  • Manufacturer
  • Model Number
  • Serial Number
  • Asset Number (if this is to be listed on the certificate)
  • Requested calibration standard or method
  • Preferred calibration interval
  • Modules in the equipment (if applicable)
  • Physical location of equipment (if there are different locations)
  • Any special requests

For more information concerning our On-Sites, please read our On-Site Policies & Requirements, or call us at (712) 764-2197. To request a quote, you can use our Online Form or email quotes@libertycalibration.com

*If you are interested in an on-site quote and are not located in an area we currently offer on-sites, please contact us so we can discuss possibilities with you.

 

Meet On-Site Calibration Specialists!

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Bill Garrison

Normalized Site Attenuation from 30 MHz to 1GHz • Site VSWR from 1 GHz to 18 GHz

What do you like best about doing on-site calibrations?
I enjoy the opportunity to meet our clients and to provide excellent customer service. I also enjoy seeing new places.

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Joe Otten

Normalized Site Attenuation from 30 MHz to 1 GHz • Site VSWR from 1GHz-18GHz

What do you like best about doing on-site calibrations?
The opportunity to travel and meet new people is very enjoyable and rewarding. I really enjoy seeing all the different types of calibration sites and chambers from all the different client's testing facilities.

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Kodie Haas

High Voltage / Flicker/Harmonics / Surge/EFT

What do you like best about doing on-site calibrations?
I like to see how the clients actually use the equipment in the test facilities and I get to see the things that they test with it. It also allows me to put a face on the clients that I contact when I'm in the lab. And I get to eat food in many different cities.

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Chris Gormley

RF/EMI Calibrations

What do you like best about doing on-site calibrations?
Getting out of the usual grind and/or doing it somewhere else. I am a big fan of changing up either my job description or the environment in which I do it. It helps keep the sanity from doing the same thing day in and day out. Also we tend to have a pretty awesome range of foods that we like to hit up.

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Nathan Paulsen

Normalized Site Attenuation from 30 MHz to 1GHz • Site VSWR from 1 GHz to 18 GHz

What do you like best about doing on-site calibrations?
I enjoy travelling to the source of the antennas we calibrate on a daily basis. Talking to clients and seeing the challenges/solutions to issues that arise with testing they do. It is also nice to meet our clients and be able to put faces with the names of people we talk to.

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Ryan Parker

RF/EMI Calibrations

What do you like best about doing on-site calibrations?
Seeing new places, and finding out how the customers actually put the pieces we calibrate to use.

 

What's New

Liberty Calibration locations are now accredited to Z540.3-2006

In January, all Liberty Calibration locations became accredited to Z540.3-2006. If you want to request this service, please let us know when you ask for a quote. When you request a calibration to Z540.3, what you are really requesting is that the Probability of False Accept (PFA) is less than or equal to 2%. To do this, Liberty Calibration will use either Guard Band Method 5 or Guard Band Method 6 in the Handbook for the Application of ANSI/NCSL Z540.3-2006 Requirements for the Calibration of Measuring and Test Equipment.

Request a Quote: Online Form • (712) 764-2197 • quotes@libertycalibration.com

Mechanical/Dimensional Calibrations Move to Iowa

In February, ISOCAL Laboratories, Inc. in Connecticut was closed, and mechanical/dimensional calibrations will now be done from the World Cal location in Iowa. This centralized location will help us to bring our mechanical/dimensional calibrations to the Midwest. All mechanical/dimensional calibrations that had been offered by ISOCAL will be transferred to the World Cal A2LA scope.

New website

You may have noticed the big change we made to our websites in January. Along with a redesign, we decided to consolidate the separate company webpages into a single website. We hope this makes it easier for you, our customers, to find what you need and learn more about us. If you have any suggestions on how we can make our website more helpful or easier to navigate, please email your input to info@libertycalibration.com

www.libertycalibration.com

 

Next Issue!

Drone Antenna Pattern Testing

Liberty Calibration is excited to announce that we will soon offer Drone Antenna Pattern Testing.

To learn more about this type of calibration, make sure you check out our Summer 2016 Newsletter in July!

Drone Drawing


Rotating Antenna Pattern

3D Antenna Patterns

Starting in May 2016, Liberty Calibration is offering the option of receiving a 3D graph of your antenna pattern along with calibration.

You may also choose to receive a 3D Antenna Pattern with no calibration.

The image below shows an example of a 3D antenna pattern.

Click here to download our Antenna Pattern Request Form.

To learn more about this option, make sure you check out our Summer 2016 Newsletter in July!