In accordance with FARO's ISO/IEC 17025 accreditation covering calibration procedures, FARO does not include a Calibration Due Date on calibration certificates for our products. Nor do we specify a time interval for calibration, certification, or service. It is a best practice to define conservative and consistent calibration and servicing intervals based on your frequency of use, environmental conditions, corporate quality standards, and general project requirements.
Something to consider is that your FARO device is a precision tool. Sending it to the factory for periodic re-certification, calibration, and service enhances its performance and accuracy. A yearly certification service is included in most FARO warranty plans. To get this service, contact FARO Support and schedule it within the time frame stated in your warranty.
- Has FARO approved other companies to repair or certify FARO devices
- What is included in the 15-point check that is part of the FaroArm or FARO Gage factory service
- How do I send my FaroArm in for a annual certification / 15 point checkup
- What information does my FaroArm calibration certificate contain
- What standards does FARO use for certification of the FaroArms
- What is the ASME B89.4.19 System Calibration for the FARO Laser Tracker
- What is included in the factory certification of a Laser Tracker SMR
- Do SMR nests or tooling used with the Laser Tracker come with certificates of calibration
- What is included when I send my FARO Laser Scanner Focus3D to the factory for maintenance, re-calibration, and certification service, and how often should I do this
- Where can I get a copy of my warranty renewal certificate
- What is the difference between the Standard, Premium, and Premium Plus Warranty Plans for FARO devices
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