We passed biennial accreditation renewal assessment conducted by A2LA, extending the accreditation validity to June 30, 2013.
TOYO Calibration Lab passed A2LA's renewal assessment, which is conducted very other year, in July 2009 and expanded the upper frequency for its ISO/IEC17025 calibration to 40GHz as a result.
For Artificial Mains Networks (AMN) and Line Impedance Stabilization Networks (LISN), we started providing calibration services compliant to
This calibration is now available as an option.
Note: Most of the AMNs and LISNs in the field now do not meet CISPR16-1-2 (2003) Amd2:2006 unless they undergo modifications specified by their manufacturers.
We passed biennial accreditation renewal assessment conducted by A2LA, extending the accreditation validity to June 30, 2009.
We inaugurated the Calibration Center on the second floor of our headquarters, which is two times as large in size as when it was called Calibration Laboratory, in order to provide calibration services for even more instruments and even more efficiently.
In line with the update from ISO/IEC17025: 1999 to ISO/IEC17025: 2005, the TOYO Corporation Calibration Laboratory on June 12, 2006 underwent an examination by A2LA (The American Association for Laboratory Accreditation) to make the transition and passed it.
As a result, our Calibration Laboratory is now officially accredited to be compliant with ISO/IEC17025: 2005 by A2LA.
Information about accreditation as ISO/IEC17025 Calibration Laboratory.
TOYO Corporation was qualified in the "field of high-frequency" as a calibration laboratory, getting the ISO/IEC17025 (hereinafter referred to as 17025) accreditation from the American Association for Laboratory Accreditation (A2LA) on April 21, 2005.