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 ====== OpenScope MZ - Calibration ====== ====== OpenScope MZ - Calibration ======
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 The OpenScope MZ uses software calibration to improve measurement accuracy and each OpenScope MZ is calibrated as part of the manufacturing process. ​ The OpenScope MZ **does not** need to be re-calibrated before each use, however, calibration is recommended before the first use and when changing environments,​ especially if there is a large temperature variation between environments.  ​ The OpenScope MZ uses software calibration to improve measurement accuracy and each OpenScope MZ is calibrated as part of the manufacturing process. ​ The OpenScope MZ **does not** need to be re-calibrated before each use, however, calibration is recommended before the first use and when changing environments,​ especially if there is a large temperature variation between environments.  ​
  
 Calibration tables are saved in the OpenScope MZ flash in one of two locations: **flash** and **SD**. ​ The **SD** calibration is intended to be overwritten by the user during normal use.  The **flash** calibration is populated during manufacturing but it can also be overwritten. ​ Calibration data is applied to the instruments when the OpenScope MZ boots. ​ If the **SD** calibration exists it will be applied. ​ If not and the **flash** calibration exists it will be applied. ​ If neither the **SD** nor **flash** calibrations exist the ideal calibration will be applied to the instruments. Calibration tables are saved in the OpenScope MZ flash in one of two locations: **flash** and **SD**. ​ The **SD** calibration is intended to be overwritten by the user during normal use.  The **flash** calibration is populated during manufacturing but it can also be overwritten. ​ Calibration data is applied to the instruments when the OpenScope MZ boots. ​ If the **SD** calibration exists it will be applied. ​ If not and the **flash** calibration exists it will be applied. ​ If neither the **SD** nor **flash** calibrations exist the ideal calibration will be applied to the instruments.
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 ==== Calibration Process ==== ==== Calibration Process ====