How do we calibrate in situ?

Calibrating in situ refers to calibrating an installed IncOder against a high accuracy or reference device. The output of the IncOder at various positions is then compared and adjusted according to a corresponding calibration table. Calibration tables should be stored externally to the IncOder.

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