PCB sensors receive ISO 17025 accreditation

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PCB Piezotronics has announced that static calibrations of Endevco piezoresistive pressure sensors are now approved by the American Association for Laboratory Accreditation (A2LA).

Endevco became a PCB company in 2019 and is part of PCB Piezotronics of North Carolina. The piezoresistive pressure sensors feature a silicon diaphragm design, which produces a high output signal and high resonant frequency.

A2LA accreditation means that the Endevco piezoresistive pressure sensor calibrations have demonstrated compliance with the ISO/IEC 17025 standard in PCB’s Halifax, North Carolina, facility.

PCB says that the accreditation demonstrates the sensors’ ability to provide accurate and reliable calibrations so that users can be confident in their test results. The calibration certificates include valuable information such as linearity over full-scale pressure, thermal sensitivity and thermal zero from -18°C to +93°C.

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