Speedy calibration service
We understand being without your equipment can cause disruption, that's why PASS promise a 3 day or free* turn around on your light meter.
We calibrate most models of Lux Meters
Trust the professionals at PASS to calibrate your instrument to take exact and reliable measurements.
Light & Solar Price List
|Instrument Type||Price |
3 Day or Free
|Light Meters (Lux)||£65.00|
|Solar Power Meters||£65.00||Call|
Why choose PASS?
Our team of highly trained professionals are able to ensure that test instruments are performing correctly and conform to all manufacturer standards. We are able to adapt our calibration procedures to suit your needs and can provide on-site calibrations at your premises. Alternatively, our technicians are able to perform your calibration in our in-house ISO9001 calibration lab.
Occasionally during calibration, our team of professionals will uncover a fault with the test instrument. Should this occur, we are also able to repair your test equipment, with your permission, and calibrate your device to ensure that it is safe for use and gives correct readings for another year.
About Light Meters
Accurate light measurement is vital to many applications in various industries including:
- Media sectors
- Adhering to OSHA compliance
- Clean Rooms
- Process Capability
- Environmental & industrial processes
- Prevention of the destruction of sensitive materials
There are 2 important factors when calibrating a light (lux) meter, firstly is the illuminance responsiveness which measures how accurately the meter responds to the illuminance level, secondly is the spectral responsiveness, which measures how accurately the colour response matches the human eye. Light meters must be checked to ensure they have not drifted from their reference to ensure accuracy. An inaccurate meter can result in damage or faults in production and process industries, failure to comply with standards and regulations and ineffective security measures for safe levels of lighting.
Solar meters are designed to measure solar output and used to calculate overall energy and are used in:
- Solar radiation measurements
- Solar power research
Accuracy is vital to optimize the placement of solar systems, verify window efficiency and correct energy estimations/output.