Recertification of Glass Filters

As is the case for all measuring devices, the glass filters used to verify spectrophotometers must also be checked and recertified at regular intervals.

In general, a recertification interval of 12 months is recommended for checking and recertifying glass filters during the first two years of use, with an interval of 24 months thereafter.

Recertification of Glass Filter Sets

for checking photometric accuracy and wavelength accuracy

TYPE PRODUCTS ART-NO.
666-S00 Set of glass filters: F0, F1, F2, F3, F4 666S000RE
666-S001 Set of glass filters: F3, F4, F7 666S001RE
666-S002 Set of glass filters: F2, F3, F4 666S002RE
666-S003 Set of glass filters: F1, F2, F3, F4, F7 666S003RE
666-S004 Set of glass filters: F201, F202, F203, F0 666S004RE
666-S005 Set of glass filters: F0, F1, F3, F4 666S005RE
666-S006 Set of glass filters: F0, F2, F3, F4 666S006RE
666-S300 Set of glass filters: F301, F303, F390 666S300RE

Your filter set is not listed?
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Tip:
Recertifications of UV / Vis reference materials from other manufacturers are also easily possible in our DAkkS calibration laboratory.

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Preperation of a Spectrophotometer for the calibration with Hellma glass filters

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Measuring the photometric accuracy with Hellma glass filters

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Measuring the wavelength accuracy with Hellma glass filters


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