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Standard ID JJF 1366-2012 (JJF1366-2012)
Description (Translated English) Calibration Specification of Temperature Data Acquisition Instruments
Sector / Industry Metrology & Measurement Industry Standard
Classification of Chinese Standard A54
Classification of International Standard 17.200
Word Count Estimation 24,264
Quoted Standard JJG 617-1996; JJF 1001-2011; JJF 1007-2007; JJF 1030-2010; JJF 1101-2003; JJF 1171-2007
Drafting Organization Zhejiang Institute of Metrology
Administrative Organization National Temperature Measurement Technical Committee
Regulation (derived from) AQSIQ Announcement No. 157 of 2012
Issuing agency(ies) State Administration of Quality Supervision, Inspection and Quarantine
Summary This standard applies to built-in sensors, measurement range (-50 ~ +150)��C and external sensors, measurement range (-80 ~ +500)��C temperature data acquisition instrument calibration.

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JJF 1366-2012
JJF
NATIONAL METEROLOGICAL VERIFICATION
SPECIFICATION OF THE PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF CHINA
Calibration specification of temperature data acquisition
instruments
ISSUED ON: OCTOBER 08, 2012
IMPLEMENTED ON: JANUARY 08, 2013
Issued by: General Administration of Quality Supervision, Inspection and
Quarantine of PRC
Table of Contents
Introduction ... 5
1 Scope ... 6
2 Normative references ... 6
3 Terminology ... 6
4 Overview ... 7
5 Metrological characteristics ... 8
5.1 Measurement error ... 8
5.2 Recording interval ... 8
5.3 Transmission interval ... 8
5.4 ON-OFF mode ... 9
5.5 Over-temperature alarm ... 9
5.6 Appearance ... 9
6 Calibration conditions ... 9
6.1 Environmental conditions ... 9
6.2 Power supply conditions ... 9
6.3 Measurement standards and other equipment ... 10
7 Calibration items and calibration methods ... 11
7.1 Calibration items ... 11
7.2 Checks before calibration ... 11
7.3 Calibration method ... 12
8 Expression of calibration results ... 16
9 Recalibration time interval ... 17
Appendix A Example of original calibration record format ... 18
Appendix B Format of inner page of calibration certificate ... 20
Appendix C Example for evaluation of measurement uncertainty (1) ... 21
Appendix D Example for evaluation of measurement uncertainty (2) ... 26
Calibration specification of temperature data acquisition
instruments
1 Scope
This Specification is applicable to the calibration of temperature data acquisition
instruments (hereinafter referred to as acquisition instruments), which have built-in
sensors AND a measurement range of (-50 ~ +150) °C, as well as outlay sensors AND
a measurement range of (-80 ~ +500) °C.
2 Normative references
This Specification cites the following documents:
JJG 617-1996 Verification regulation of digital temperature indicators and
controllers
JJF 1001-2011 General terms in metrology and their definitions
JJF 1007-2007 Temperature metrological terms and their definitions
JJF 1030-2010 Measurement and test norm of thermostatic bath’s metrological
characteristics
JJF 1101-2003 Calibration specification for the equipment of the environmental
testing for temperature and humidity
JJF 1171-2007 Calibration specification for temperature itinerant detecting
instrument
For dated references, only the dated version applies to this Specification; for undated
references, the latest edition (including all amendments) applies to this Specification.
3 Terminology
The terms and definitions, as defined in JJF 1001-2011 and JJF 1007-2007, as well as
the following terms and definitions, apply to this Specification.
3.1 Temperature data acquisition instrument
A temperature measuring instrument, which can be directly placed in the measured
environment for measurement; has the functions of automatically collecting the
5.4 ON-OFF mode
The acquisition instrument shall be able to set how it turns on and off. The turn-on mode
is fixed OR optional, such as immediate turn-on, time-fixed turn-on, time-delayed turn-
on, manual start, etc. The turn-off mode is fixed OR optional, such as turn-off are full
storage, first-in first-out, turn-off by numbers, manual turn-off, etc.
5.5 Over-temperature alarm
For an acquisition instrument, which has an over-temperature alarm function, the over-
temperature alarm shall be normal.
5.6 Appearance
5.6.1 For the acquisition instrument with local indication, its digital indication shall be
clear; there shall be no digital flickering, overlapping characters, garbled characters,
missing strokes; the indication of decimal point shall be correct.
5.6.2 The acquisition instrument, which can be used by putting into liquid, shall be
sealed without damage.
Note: All the above technical indicators are not applicable to eligibility judgment, only for
reference.
6 Calibration conditions
6.1 Environmental conditions
a) Ambient temperature: (20 ± 5) °C;
b) Relative humidity: Not more than 85%;
c) When the electrical measuring instrument has other requirements for
environmental conditions, it shall meet its specified requirements.
Note: If the above conditions cannot be met, the resulting uncertainty shall be considered.
6.2 Power supply conditions
The power supply shall meet the normal working requirements of the acquisition
instrument, measurement standard, constant temperature equipment under verification.
sensitive element immersed in the uniform temperature zone of the constant
temperature bath, meanwhile the influence of the ambient temperature is
negligible, it shall follow the requirements in 6.6.5 of JJF 1171-2007, to place the
temperature sensor in the constant temperature bath; the data acquisition part is
placed outside the constant temperature bath;
b) If the temperature sensor of the acquisition instrument is outlay type AND the
length of the sensor cable or the insertion rod is not enough to make the
temperature sensitive element immersed in the uniform temperature zone of the
constant temperature bath; OR although it can be submerged enough, the ambient
temperature cannot be ignored, due to the excellent thermal conductivity of the
immersion rod; OR when the temperature sensor is built-in and the data
acquisition part is not sealed, THEN, it shall be placed in the uniform temperature
area of the incubator, as a whole;
Note: In this case, the calibration temperature range of the outlay sensor acquisition
instrument is the same as that of the built-in sensor acquisition instrument.
c) For an integrally sealed acquisition instrument, the whole can be put into a metal
mesh bag AND immersed in a uniform temperature zone below 200 mm, from
the liquid medium level of the thermostat; OR the whole can be placed in the
uniform temperature zone of the thermostat.
7.3.5 Communication connection
For the acquisition instrument of wireless communication, after the installation of the
acquisition instrument is completed, it may turn on the communication receiver and the
PC, to establish the real-time communication connection, between the acquisition
instrument and the communication receiver and the PC.
7.3.6 Selection of calibration point
The calibration points shall be evenly distributed on the integral point of the entire
measurement range; in principle, it shall include the zero point, the upper limit value,
the lower limit value; there shall be no less than 5 points.
When the user has requirements, the calibration point can be selected, according to the
user's requirements.
7.3.7 Use of measurement standards
When using a standard mercury thermometer as the measurement standard, a reading
telescope shall be used to read its indication. When using a standard platinum resistance
thermometer as the measurement standard, its working current shall not be greater than
1 mA; the insertion depth shall not be less than 250 mm.
When using an incubator as a constant temperature source, the standard thermometer
shall be inserted vertically. At the same time, in order to reduce or eliminate the heat
exchange between the insertion hole of the incubator and the outside world, it shall use
cotton or other insulating materials, to plug the gap between the standard thermometer
and the insertion hole.
7.3.8 Calibration method
Keep the temperature of the incubator constant, at each temperature point to be
calibrated; the temperature deviation from the calibration point shall not exceed ±0.2 °C
(subject to the indication value of measurement standard). When the temperature of the
incubator is constant for 20 minutes OR the temperature of the incubator is constant for
more than 40 minutes, it shall calculate the reading time, according to the set turn-on
mode and recording interval of the acquisition instrument. At the time when the
acquisition instrument records the data, read and record the indication value of the
measurement standard and the timer; meanwhile, take 4 readings continuously, at the
set recording interval of the acquisition instrument.
After completing the measurement of the last calibration temperature point, take out the
acquisition instrument or temperature sensor; when its temperature reaches near the
ambient temperature, connect to the PC, according to the operation instructions of the
acquisition instrument; read, print or display the temperature measurement data and
corresponding time values, which are collected and recorded by the acquisition
instrument, through the PC.
For the acquisition instrument of wireless signal transmission, after establishing the
real-time communication connection, according to the method of 7.3.5, it can read the
measurement standard and the real-time display value of the PC, at the same time. Read
the real-time indication value of the measurement standard and the PC, respectively, in
the order of "standard → calibrated → calibrated → standard". The above sequence
is one reading cycle. Two cycles of reading shall be performed.
For the acquisition instrument with local indication function, it reads the local
indication value of the measurement standard and the acquisition instrument,
respectively, according to the reading method of calibrating the wireless signal
transmission acquisition instrument.
For the acquisition instrument without sensor, according to the calibration circuit
specified in JJG 617-1996, input the analog electrical signal corresponding to each
calibration point to the acquisition instrument, using the method of inputting the
nominal electric quantity value; read the measured value according to the above method.
For multi-channel acquisition instruments, the measurement error of each channel shall
be calibrated separately.
For an acquisition instrument, whose maximum allowable error does not exceed
±0.1 °C, when a standard platinum resistance thermometer and electrical measuring
error of the acquisition instrument does not exceed ±0.1 °C, Rtp shall be the
measured value;
- The resistance ratio and the rate of change of the resistance ratio,
as corresponding to the temperature tn, which is given by the standard platinum
resistance thermometer's scale table.
c) For multi-channel acquisition instruments, the measurement error of each channel
shall be calculated separately.
d) Round off the data, in accordance with the rounding-off principle of data
processing. The last digit of the measurement result Δt shall be aligned with the
last digit of its measurement uncertainty.
8 Expression of calibration results
The calibration results shall be reflected on the calibration certificate. The calibration
certificate shall include at least the following information:
a) Title: "Calibration certificate";
b) Laboratory name and address;
c) The location where the calibration is performed (if different from the laboratory's
address);
d) The unique identification (such as number) of the certificate, the identification of
each page and the total number of pages;
e) The name and address of the customer;
f) The description and clear identification of the calibrated subject;
g) The date of the calibration; if relevant to the validity and application of the
calibration results, the date of receipt of the subject to be calibrated;
h) If relevant to the application of the validity of the calibration results, the sampling
procedures for the samples to be calibrated shall be explained;
i) Identification of the technical specification on which the calibration is based,
including name and code;
j) Traceability and validity statement of the measurement standards, which are used
in this calibration;
k) The description of the calibration environment;
Appendix C
Example for evaluation of measurement uncertainty (1)
C.1 Measured object
Taking the acquisition instrument, which has a resolution of 0.1 °C, as an example, use
the standard mercury thermometer as the measurement standard, use the constant
temperature bath as the supporting equipment for calibration, to evaluate the uncertainty
of the measurement error of the acquisition instrument, at the calibration point of
20.0 °C.
C.2 Assessment model
C.2.1 Mathematical model
The mathematical model of the measurement error of the acquisition instrument is:
Where:
Δt - At each calibration point, the measurement error of the calibrated acquisition
instrument, °C;
- At each calibration point, the average value of the indication value of the
calibrated acquisition instrument, °C;
- At each calibration point, the average value of the measured value of the
standard mercury thermometer, °C;
td - The correction value of the indication value of the standard mercury thermometer,
at each calibration point, °C;
δti - At each calibration point, the difference between the average value of the
measured value of the calibrated acquisition instrument and the standard mercury
thermometer, °C.
C.2.2 Sensitivity factor
Sensitivity factor for δti:
Sensitivity factor for td:
C.2.3 Variance
The variance formula is
C.3 Sources of standard uncertainty
C.3.1 Standard uncertainty u(δti) due to input quantity δti
The standard uncertainty u(δti), which is caused by the input quantity δti, consists of the
following 5 components:
a) The standard uncertainty u(δti1), which is introduced by the measurement
repeatability of the calibrated acquisition instrument and standard mercury
thermometer;
b) The standard uncertainty u(δti2), which is introduced by the inhomogeneity of the
temperature field of the constant temperature bath;
c) The standard uncertainty u(δti3), which is introduced by the resolution of the
calibrated acquisition instrument;
d) The standard uncertainty u(δti4), which is introduced by the non-vertical insertion
of the standard mercury thermometer;
e) Standard uncertainty u(δti5), which is introduced by standard mercury
thermometer's estimation.
C.3.2 Standard uncertainty u(td) due to input quantity td
The standard uncertainty u(td), which is caused by the input quantity td, is mainly
introduced by the quantity transfer of the standard mercury thermometer.
C.4 Evaluation of standard uncertainty
C.4.1 Evaluation of u(δti)
C.4.1.1 Evaluation of u(δti1)
The temperature fluctuation of the constant temperature bath, the short-term instability
of the tested acquisition instrument and the standard mercury thermometer, etc., will all
lead to the non-repetition of the difference, between the indication value of the tested
acquisition instrument and the standard mercury thermometer. The category A
evaluation method is adopted.
Appendix D
Example for evaluation of measurement uncertainty (2)
D.1 Measured object
Taking the acquisition instrument, which has a resolution of 0.01 °C, as an example,
the level-2 standard platinum resistance thermometer and 1590 thermometer bridge are
used, as the measurement standards, for calibration. Evaluate the uncertainty of the
measurement error of the acquisition instrument, at the calibration point of 50.0 °C.
D.2 Assessment model
D.2.1 Mathematical model
The mathematical model of the measurement error of the acquisition instrument is:
Where:
Δt - At each calibration point, the measurement error of the calibrated acquisition
instrument, °C;
- At each calibration point, the average value of the indication value of the
calibrated acquisition instrument, °C;
- At each calibration point, the average value of the measured value of the
standard thermometer, °C.
D.2.2 Sensitivity factor
The sensitivity factor of :
Sensitivity factor of :
D.2.3 Variance
The variance formula is
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