The National Laboratory for Length and Dimensional Metrology offers calibration of laser rangefinders.
The national laboratories are responsible for maintaining the national reference standards for each measurement quantity and spreading metrological competence and traceability to industry and society at large. The national reference standards are the highest level of traceability in Sweden.
A calibration performed at a national laboratory fulfils all typical traceability and accreditation requirements that commonly exist in industry and society at large.
Laser rangefinders are one-dimensional length measuring instruments with a measuring range ranging from a few centimetres, to several tens of metres. The measurement principle for most laser rangefinders is the time-of-flight method. In short, the time it takes for a pulse of light to return to the rangefinder is used to calculate the distance.
We offer calibration of laser rangefinders with varying resolution and with a range of up to 50 m. If necessary, we can also develop customized solutions to suit your needs.
The calibration results are reported in a digital calibration certificate in Swedish or English which states that the calibration was performed at a national laboratory.
Order can be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org, or through the case management in our customer website Calibration.
Calibration of laser rangefinders at The National Laboratory
Length and geometry
Calibration, Generic metrology and measurement technology
National Measurement Centre
Price at request.
No preparation needed