What is the difference between a recalibration service and the BrightSentinel subscription service?

What is the difference between a recalibration service and the BrightSentinel subscription service?

Generally, re-calibration of a device to ISO17025 requires sending the device to an external laboratory, resulting in additional administration and downtime.

The BrightSentinel subscription service includes the annual replacement of the devices, all precisely calibrated to ISO17025; thus more time for you to focus on more pressing activities.

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