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Measurement accuracy

The measurement accuracy describes the maximum expected measurement error between the recorded and real measured values. It takes into account all deviations from the real value, such as linearity, offset, and pitch errors affecting linearity. It should also be noted that the measured values are infinitely averaged and that there are constant temperature conditions. In the case of optical systems, the object’s reflective properties can affect the measurement.

See also Accuracy

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