Traceable with NIST-Traceable Calibration

The Traceable® brand is synonymous with reliability and accuracy in measuring, monitoring and recording. These efficient, affordable instruments use current technology to simplify attaining the results you need to manage your critical process. Each Traceable product goes through an intense vetting process and comes with NIST-traceable certification. This means our accredited calibration testing lab has confirmed the product meets or exceeds all stated specifications. You can be certain the instrument provides accurate measurements right out of the box, saving both time and money by not having to calibrate separately. All NIST-traceable calibration certificates come from our ISO 17025 calibration laboratory with A2LA accreditation. This allows you to meet quality standards and regulatory compliance of ISO, FDA, cGMP, VFC, CAP, CLIA, as well as Joint Commission requirements. Select from thermometers, hygrometers, barometers, timers, clocks, stopwatches, meters, controllers, pumps, lab tools, and more.


There’s a Traceable solution for every level of monitoring

From basic measurement to cloud-based remote monitoring, there’s a Traceable product to fit every need.

Measurement

  • Accredited Calibration
  • Digital Display
  • Wide-Range

Basic Monitoring

  • Min/Max Monitoring
  • Hourly/Daily Recording
  • High/Low Alarms

Data-Logging

  • Log Data Continuously
  • Download Data to PC
  • Alarm History Reporting

Cloud Monitoring

  • Remote Alarm Notifications
  • Unlimited Cloud Data Storage
  • Built in VFC Reporting
  • Built in Capabilities for daily checks

TraceableLIVE

REMOTE MONITORING WITH TRACEABLELIVE

Everyone on your team can receive email, text, and push notifications on the environments you monitor.


Traceable Brands

Digi-Sense Traceable
Cole-Parmer Traceable


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Why calibrate test equipment?

You’re serious about your electrical test instruments. You buy top brands, and you expect them to be accurate. You know some people send their digital instruments to a metrology lab for calibration, and you wonder why. After all, these are all electronic — there’s no meter movement to go out of balance. What do those calibration folks do, anyhow — just change the battery?