NI Calibration Services Austin gets accreditation for ISO 17025 calibration

National Instruments announced that the American
Association for Laboratory Accreditation (A2LA) has accredited  NI
Calibration Services Austin headquarters to provide calibration
for ISO/IEC 17025:2005, one of the most rigorous international calibration
standards in the industry.


NI now offers 17025
calibration services for OEMs and other organizations seeking to maintain
compliance with the strictest governmental, medical, transportation and
electronics regulations. ISO 17025 provides the most highly recognized
global standard for calibration.


The accreditation recognizes NI’s commitment to
excellence in quality and customer service and extends the company’s investment
in PXI-based test and measurement offerings.


NI’s new ISO 17025 accredited calibration service is
ideal for the ever-growing field of engineers standardizing their automated
test systems on the PXI modular instrumentation platform. This platform offers
some of the most advanced technology possible to address demanding engineering


The ISO 17025 accredited calibration service, which also complies with the
ANSI/NCSL Z540-1-1994 standard, helps any organization that needs its PXI
instrumentation certified for compliance with rigorous quality standards. 


National Instruments recently introduced the
new NI Digital Video Analyzer, which automates a wide range of tests for the
latest HDMI sources such as set-top boxes, Blu-ray Disc players and DVD
players. The analyzer features configuration-based test steps that automate
measurements of HDMI features including 3-D video, HDMI 1.4 protocol and
picture quality analysis

By Team
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