MOX modules integrate seamlessly to provide a single solution for managing your metrology operations.
Calibration Management System (CMS)
Comprehensive Asset and Laboratory Workflow Management
Metrology Process Studio (MPS)
Automation of Calibration and Metrology Engineering
MPS combines cutting-edge uncertainty modeling capabilities, state of the art metrology engineering tools, and advanced capabilities for automating calibrations.
MOX Makes Compliance Easy
21 CFR Part 11
10 CFR Part 50 Appendix B
The Power of Mobility
Critical calibration and maintenance records in the palm of your hand.
What Our Customers Say
Thank you for the consultation services you provided throughout this implementation. I’ve been at Amgen for 12+ years and you are definitely one of the best-in-class suppliers with whom I’ve worked.
Principal Information Systems, Amgen
MOX is the perfect balance for a laboratory that is performing a broad range of calibrations. The ability to capture simple measurements or design a fully automated measurement process allows us to seamlessly use one system across our laboratory.
President, Western States Calibration
The MOX metrology software integrates state-of-the-art solutions to automate metrology processes, reduce maintenance costs, quantify and improve test and calibration quality, and leverage data for beneficial reuse. In short, MOX delivers the boost to raise a metrology lab to top-tier performance.
Three-decade nuclear-industry metrology engineer and manager, Department of Energy
Frequently Asked Questions
A calibration management software is an application that allows users to perform manual and automated calibrations, manage a calibration laboratory’s workflow, oversee various calibration activities such as generating calibration status reports, providing real-time equipment data, and schedule calibration of measurement and test equipment.
- Electrical Calibration – Checks the performance accuracy of the instruments that measure electrical properties such as current, voltage, charge, resistance, and other related factors.
- Mechanical Calibration – Ensures that mechanical instruments function and perform accurately. Mass, volume, force, density, and angles are the some of the properties calibrated during mechanical calibration.
- Flow Calibration – Ensures that flow meters and sensors—instruments that measure the flow rate of liquid or gas—are giving accurate measurements. Turbine meters, thermal flowmeters, and gas and air rotameters are some of the common equipment that need flow calibration.
- Pipette Calibration – Guarantees accurate and precise pipette dispensing. This process calibrates all types of laboratory pipettes including electronic pipettes, multi-channel manual pipettes, and single-channel pipettes.
- Pressure Calibration – Ensures that monitoring equipment that measure process performance and safety, such as gas and hydraulic pressure, are meeting quality standards. Barometers, transmitters, analogue pressure gauges, digital pressure gauges, and digital indicators are some of the common equipment that need pressure calibration.
- Temperature Calibration – Checks the accuracy of equipment that are temperature dependent. Thermometers, infrared meters, and thermal cameras are some of the common equipment that need temperature calibration.
Calibration ensures that measurement and test equipment perform their functions accurately, ensuring that products and services meet the required industry standards.
A calibration software is designed to automate calibration processes, and calibration laboratory workflow. It may also have features that help calibration laboratories perform the engineering tasks required to maintain their accreditation.
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