New Update: Added new capability to estimate uncertainty for up to 10 budgets on the two budget calculator.
Create Uncertainty Budgets Faster with More Ranges in One Budget and Reduce the Number of Uncertainty Budgets You Manage by 90%
Tired of copying and pasting uncertainty budgets into new MS Excel worksheets. If you have ever estimated uncertainty for a Fluke Calibrator or an 8.5 digit multimeter, you know exactly what I am talking about (AC Voltage is the worst).
Now, you can estimate uncertainty faster and create fewer uncertainty budgets with the Multi-Budget Uncertainty Calculator.
It is the only uncertainty calculator that lets you estimate uncertainty up to 10 measurement ranges at once.
Using this uncertainty calculator, you can estimate uncertainty for many of the measurement functions in your scope of accreditation with just one budget.
Estimate Uncertainty for Up to 10 Ranges on 1 Uncertainty Budget
Now you can estimate uncertainty up to 10 measurement ranges at once. It is amazing!
Think about how many measurement functions on your scope of accreditation can now be covered with one uncertainty budget. If you have a large scope of accreditation, this could be a gamechanger for you.
Cover many of the measurement functions listed in your scope of accreditation in just one budget. The calculator includes a template for 3 to 10 ranges, so you can find the right template for your uncertainty analysis.
Have more than 10 ranges?
If 10 ranges is not enough, just create a new worksheet and use another template. With the Multi-Budget Uncertainty Calculator, you can:
- cover 10 ranges on 1 budget,
- cover 20 ranges on 2 budgets,
- cover 30 ranges on 3 budgets,
- cover 40 ranges on 4 budgets,
- and so on.
Unlimited combinations to fit your needs
As long as you need to estimate uncertainty for more than two ranges, the Multi-Budget Uncertainty Calculator will be your new favorite calculator.
You can make any combination that fits your measurement discipline.
- Have 12 ranges? Use two 6 budget templates,
- Have 15 ranges? Use an 8 budget and 7 budget template,
- Have 27 ranges? Use two 10 budget and one 7 budget template, and
- Have 54 ranges? Use five 10 budget and one 4 budget template.
The possibilities are endless!
Manage Up to 90% Fewer Uncertainty Budgets
By putting up to 10 uncertainty analyses on one budget, you can reduce the number of uncertainty budgets that you have to manage by 90%.
Imagine updating or printing one budget instead of 10.
Never get frustrated again by clicking on multiple worksheets to update the same information over and over again.
Need to update repeatability and reproducibility data?
It is easier to do with one budget.
Need to update your calibration uncertainty?
It is a lot faster to do with one budget.
Get new test equipment?
Update one budget instead of 10.
Update your uncertainty budgets faster with fewer mistakes and less headaches!
Create Uncertainty Budget Up to 10X Faster
Simply enter all of your uncertainty data in one uncertainty budget and your done!
You save so much time because:
- everything is on one uncertainty budget, not 10;
- you no longer have to create 10 worksheets with the same information;
- you no longer have to copy and paste information between budgets; and
- you no longer have to look at 10 different tabs to update your scope of accreditation.
Best of all, if you make a mistake or a typo, you can fix it one time instead of 10.
It truly is a revolutionary way to estimate uncertainty.
Give it try.
Real Examples of Using this Uncertainty Calculator
This uncertainty calculator is not just limited to multifunction calibrators and digital multimeters, you can use it for many of the following measurement functions:
CDI Multitest Torque Uncertainty Budget
Fluke 5626 PRT Temperature Uncertainty Budget
Pipette Calibration Uncertainty Budget
Meriam LFE Flow Uncertainty Budget
Agilent 8485A RF Power Uncertainty Budget
Fluke 5522A DC Voltage Uncertainty Budget
Fluke 5522A DC Current Uncertainty Budget
Fluke 5730A AC Voltage Uncertainty Budget