Instrument Calibration Process
Konica Minolta Sensing describes the importance of calibrating color instruments and explains the different types of calibrations. The calibration process is important to maintaining an instrument that provides accurate measurements. The procedure checks and adjusts the graduation of a quantitative instrument by comparison to a standard. It is the process by which a baseline standard is created for the instrument. Both daily instrument calibration and annual calibration are important to maintaining consistent and reliable readings from your Konica Minolta color measurement instrument.