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It is important to carry out periodic recalibration as  components can drift over time due to many factors, including physical shock and heat cycling. The aim of periodic calibration is to ensure that an electronic instrument returns to its optimal calibrated state before it drifts out of calibration, where it has the potential to damage systems.

Calibration is critical to ensure equipment is safe, accurate, and compliant. Electronic components drift as they are stressed with age. Without regular periodic calibration, the measurement made by these components can be compromised, sometimes to the point where they pose a safety risk to both the user and the equipment under tests

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Critical applications that require carefully maintained, controlled, and accurate measurements must use calibrated electronics instruments. Where careful control and accurate measurements are needed, electronic instruments must be calibrated.