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NI Calibration Services accredited to ISO 17025

06 December 2011

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National Instruments' NI Calibration Services Austin headquarters has been accredited by the American Association for Laboratory Accreditation (A2LA) to provide calibration for ISO 17025:2005 (IEC 17025:2005), which is one of the most rigorous international calibration standards. The accreditation recognises NI's commitment to excellence in quality and customer service and extends the company's investment in PXI-based test and measurement offerings. The company's new ISO 17025 accredited calibration service is suitable for the ever-growing field of engineers standardising their automated test systems on the PXI modular instrumentation platform, which offers some of the most advanced technology possible to address demanding engineering challenges.

For companies subject to government regulation – including OEMs that develop medical devices, transportation products and electronics – as well as multinational corporations looking for a single quality benchmark, ISO 17025 provides the most highly recognised global standard for calibration. The ISO 17025 accredited calibration service, which also complies with the ANSI/NCSL S540-1-1994 standard, helps any organisation that needs its PXI instrumentation certified for compliance with rigorous quality standards.

Find out more about NI's ISO 17025 and other calibration services at www.ni.com/calibration.

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