The ability of an instrument to give the same reading under repeated identical conditions.
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is the amount of change of a measured reading at exactly the same pressure and ambient conditions over a series of pressure cycles from zero to full scale pressure and back to zero again. To ensure no Pressure Hysteresis is introduced into Repeatability measurement, readings are always taken during an increase in pressure or a decrease in pressure
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The ability to display the same value when a weight is placed on a scale more than one time. Often expressed as a standard deviation of 5 to 10 tests.
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The maximum difference between load cell output readings for repeated loadings under identical loading and environmental conditions.
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Ability of a device, such as an imagesetter, to produce film or plates that yield images in register.
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The consistency (or variation) of readings and results between consecutive sets of measurements. It has nothing to do with accuracy.
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measurement repeatability Measurement precision under repeatability conditions of measurement. [14
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The ability of a transducer to reproduce output readings when the same measurand value is applied to it consecutively, under the same conditions, and in the same direction. Repeatability is expressed as the maximum difference between output readings as a percent of full scale.
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Repeatability or test-retest reliability is the variation in measurements taken by a single person or instrument on the same item and under the same conditions. A less-than-perfect test-retest reliability causes test-retest variability. Such variability can be caused by, for example, intra-individual variability and intra-observer variability. A m
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degree to which a parameter can be duplicated.
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ability of a measuring instrument to provide closely similar indications for repeated applications of the same measurand under the same conditions of measurement NOTE - For more details, see IVM 5.27
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closeness of the agreement between the results of successive measurements of the same measurand carried out under the same conditions of measurement NOTE - For more details, see GUM B.2.15 and IVM 3.6.
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difference between the upper and lower limits of the specified confidence range determined from several time measurements of a time relay under identical conditions NOTE - Preferably the repeatability is indicated as a percentage of the mean value of all measured values.
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Repeatability refers to the proximity and quality of agreement between a given quantity of continuous measurements where all conditions under test (and all characteristics of test equipment) are the same in each test. If consecutive measurement tests reveal a high level of repeatability, the likelihood that the measurements are accurate is increase
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