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WEATHERFORD AEROSPACE, INC. 1020 E. Columbia Street 610 W.

Third Street Weatherford, TX 76086

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OI 11-006

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CALIBRATION REQUIREMENTS

DSE-100 SERIES LIGHT METER


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January 17, 2013
(Jack Moore, Quality Engineer)

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(Todd Webster, Director of Quality Assurance)

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WEATHERFORD AEROSPACE, INC. Calibration RequirementsDSE-100X Light Meter

DOCUMENT NO.: OI 11-006 REVISION LEVEL: A REVISION DATE: 1-17-2013

REVISION HISTORY Rev: NC Description: Initial ReleaseThis revision supersedes all like Or similar documents used for the purposes of DSE100 Series Light meter calibration. Rewrite Paragraph 4.3 Date: July 25, 2007

January 17, 2013

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WEATHERFORD AEROSPACE, INC. Calibration RequirementsDSE-100X Light Meter

DOCUMENT NO.: OI 11-006 REVISION LEVEL: A REVISION DATE: 1-17-2013

INDEX Revision History Index 1.0 2.0 3.0 4.0 5.0 6.0 Purpose Associated Documents General Requirements Calibration Requirements Documentation Records

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WEATHERFORD AEROSPACE, INC. Calibration RequirementsDSE-100X Light Meter

DOCUMENT NO.: OI 11-006 REVISION LEVEL: A REVISION DATE: 1-17-2013

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PURPOSE These instructions are designed to provide basic guidelines for the calibration of the DSE-100X Digital Light Meter by an outside calibration laboratory. ASSOCIATED DOCUMENTS AS9100 Quality Management SystemAerospace-Requirements ANSI/NCSL Z 540-1 Calibration Laboratories and Measuring and Test Equipment ISO 10012 Quality Assurance Requirements for Measuring Equipment QP 11-100 Measurement and Test Equipment QP 7.4 Purchasing Procedures QP 7.4.2 Purchasing Information Operators Manual Spectroline DSE-100 Series Digital Radiometer/Photometers GENERAL REQUIREMENTS 3.1 Calibration Laboratory The vendor employed shall be an approved calibration laboratory listed on the Vendor Approval List, Form WA-5 (Electronic) and shall be capable of meeting all requirements of QP 7.4 (Purchasing Procedures). 3.2 MEASUREMENT STANDARDS AND EQUIPMENT 3.2.1 The Light Meter (DSE-100X or equivalent) used as a reference standard shall be calibrated and traceable to the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST). 3.2.2 The Black Light Source utilized for device calibration shall provide a minimum intensity of 2000 w/cm2 of ultraviolet light at the shortest distance used for calibration. 3.2.3 The White Light Source utilized for device calibration shall provide a minimum intensity of 150 fc of visible light at the shortest distance used for calibration. 3.2.4 The Fixtures(s) used for sensor and/or light mounting shall be capable of providing three (3) fixed distances. PROCEDURAL REQUIREMENTS The calibration laboratory shall have a written procedure ensuring consistency of the calibration method employed and capable of meeting the calibration requirements below.

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CALIBRATION REQUIREMENTS 4.1 ENVIRONMENTAL CONTROLS The calibration laboratory environment shall be controlled to the extent necessary to ensure valid results. Temperature and relative humidity shall be monitored and recorded for future reference. 4.2 MEASUREMENT STANDARD ACCURACY The reference standard shall demonstrate an accuracy within +/-2% of a previously established baseline at all recorded ranges. Accuracy shall
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WEATHERFORD AEROSPACE, INC. Calibration RequirementsDSE-100X Light Meter

DOCUMENT NO.: OI 11-006 REVISION LEVEL: A REVISION DATE: 1-17-2013

be established and recorded prior to calibration of Weatherford Aerospace owned devices. 4.3 BLACK ;LIGHT METER 4.3.1 Black Light Meter calibration shall consist of taking three (3) readings to establish linearity of accuracy of the standard reading. 4.3.1.1 Calibrate the black light meter to its range of use: 1000 microwatts w/cm2. 2000 microwatts w/cm2. 3000 microwatts w/cm2. WHITE LIGHT METER 4.4.1 White Light Meter calibration shall consist of taking three (3) readings to establish linearity of accuracy of the standard reading. 4.4.1.1 Calibrate the white light meter to its range of use: <2 FC of visible white light 5 fc of visible white light 10 fc of visible white light ACCEPTABLE DEVICE TOLERANCE The DSE-100X Light Meter shall demonstrate an accuracy within +/- 3% of the reading obtained from the reference standard all recorded ranges after calibration. OUT OF TOLERANCE CONDITIONS If the Light Meter is determined to be out of tolerance during the calibration/verification process the vendor will immediately notify the Weatherford Aerospace Quality Department and provide information on the out-of-tolerance condition and associated measurement data so that appropriate action can be taken. ADJUSTMENT Any adjustments to the Light Meter will be clearly indicated on the Certificate of Conformance as as found/as left or before and after data. Adjustments made in response to an out-of-tolerance condition require the approval of Weatherford Aerospace.

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DOCUMENTATION Documentation shall consist of a legible and reproducible Certificate of Conformance identifying the calibration laboratory and providing, at a minimum, the following: 1. Date of calibration and date of next calibration. 2. Reference standard(s) used and serial numbers traceable to NIST 3. Device(s) calibrated with serial numbers 4. Reference standard ultraviolet (black) and white(visible) light readings recorded. 5. Device calibrated ultraviolet (black) and white (visible) light readings recorded 6. Deviation of calibrated device readings from reference standard
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Environmental conditions Signature of calibration technician or laboratory representative.

RECORDS The supplier will maintain adequate records of calibration for a minimum of ten (10) years, unless otherwise indicated. Records are to remain legible, readily identifiable and retrievable from storage. Records shall be made available for review by Weatherford Aerospace representatives, our customers and/or regulatory authorities upon request in accordance with contract or regulatory requirements.

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