Vector selects Keysight for VT System hardware testing and calibration

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Users of Vector’s VT System hardware will now be able to apply the tool in areas where specifications of the development process and quality management require regular control and compliance with the system specification, with calibration support from Keysight Technologies. Keysight’s ISO/IEC 17025:2017-compliant calibration services ensure that these quality requirements are kept.

The VT System portfolio offers highly flexible, modular systems of various sizes for undertaking open- and closed-loop hardware-in-the-loop testing across a range of industries including in automotive. As the accuracy of electronic components in all test equipment is subject to certain natural variations over time, it is necessary to calibrate the VT System hardware at regular intervals to maintain precision levels, notes Vector.

Keysight Technologies will provide calibration covering the ISO/IEC 17025:2017 standard as well as the automotive IATF 16949:2016 standard. To ensure precise and reliable measurement results from the VT System components, the hardware will not only be calibrated, but necessary adjustment work will also be carried out. As standard, a comprehensive calibration certificate is provided detailing the entire process alongside a detailed measurement report.

To ensure that the calibration services are met for internationally active companies, Keysight has a worldwide network of service centers. Vector customers will therefore benefit not only from accredited calibration for VT System components, but they will also enjoy quick delivery times and reduced shipping costs.

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