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NIST Certifications

The Ins & Outs of NIST Certification with Monnit

Researchers, laboratories, pharmacists, manufacturers, restaurateurs, and more depend on precision temperature and humidity data for uncompromised product safety, quality, and performance. Monnit supports these customers by offering select Monnit Wireless Temperature, Humidity, and Low Temperature Sensors with National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) Traceable Certificates. As a U.S. Government agency, NIST is responsible for establishing standards and metrics used in science and technology.

What is a NIST Traceable Certificate?

The Traceable Calibration Certificate verifies that tested Monnit Wireless Sensors are traceable through NIST to the International System of Units (SI) as defined by the International Bureau of Weights and Measures (BIPM). Monnit Sensors are sent to an International Organization for Standardization (ISO) 17025-accredited lab for testing. Then our sensors receive a NIST Traceable Calibration Certification that satisfies the requirements of and complies with ISO 9000 standards.

A Traceable Calibration Certificate includes information needed to meet stringent accreditation demands, government specifications, and ISO 9000 requirements. This information includes serial number, certificate number, model number, calibration test equipment, equipment serial number, equipment calibration due date, unit accuracy, unit test conditions, test points, individual unit's calibration date, unit's next calibration due date, technician's name, and authorized signatures for certificate approval.