calibration card

calibration card

A card indicating instrument error and usually displayed near the instrument. It gives the corrected value of the instrument indicated reading. In some cases, the correction to be applied to the indicated reading instrument to get the correct value may be given. In the case of a compass, it is called a compass correction card or a deviation card. See also compass correction card and deviation card.
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Automatic controls come with factory calibration cards that tell the rate of spread for each setting, but should you need to calibrate, use the following steps: