Electronic Simulation Calibrations

We are frequently asked to verify new units that customers have purchased from suppliers who have not obtained ANSI/ISO/IEC 17025-05(E) Accreditation.  Typical procedure is to simulate by electronic input of a designated signal and adjusting the unit to indicate the value received, at times we may back this up with a direct comparison, actually checking the entire set-up thermocouple, and its indicator as a whole unit.

  • Digital Temperature Indicators
    RCS Method has been written with reference to ASTM E220-07a, Thermocouples by direct comparison and portions of ECA-10/11 (00) using Omega Type "J, K, T" data cables.

Accuracy Test (Direct Comparison)

Inspection Points
Case Type
Case Condition
Display Size
All segments of display illuminate?
Inputs (Field Selectable)
Power Supply

  • Digital RPM Indicators
    RCS Method has been written with reference to ASTM F2046-11, Specification for Tachometers, and portions of ECA-10/11 (00) Digital transfer of data, temperature indicators.

The unit is then certified to specifications outlined in the appropriate ASTM method, within full compliance with ANSI/ISO/IEC 17025-05(E), and utilizing NIST traceable standards and equipment. Each unit receives a "Certificate of Verification" with "As Found" and "As Left" data and is ANSI/ISO/IEC 17025-2005(E) compliant. 
A laminated identification sticker is placed on each die to provide the customer with required calibration information. Serial number, Type, calibration date and the calibration due date ( if requested ).

  • Send In Order Form

Please use the Form provided when sending anything in for service. The more information you provide is helpful in Riverview providing you the most efficient and accurate service.

  • Service Notices

We also track your equipment, 30 days prior to due dates we send out "Service Notices" to our customers.

We Accept

Certificate No. 1331-01 Calibration