The use of the sensors shortens the service life, wears out and reduces their accuracy due to operation. For sensors with a susceptibility to inaccuracy, it is possible to create a sensor-device-software diagnostic set. Such a scheme of configuration should be able to provide autonomic diagnostic, calibration, evaluation and also recalibration of the sensor. The diagnostic equipment could also have a shock test function in order to intentionally and faster reduce the service life and thus test the correctly set parameters of the diagnostic algorithm in laboratory conditions. The diagnostic device is a specialized technical system that provides conditions for the future potential of the testing development, knowledge and experience. According to the design, it can be modularly enriched with new parts, fixtures and systems to provide a more diverse range of options. There would be space for exploring the possibilities of new types of sensors, their comparison, as well as full-fledged automation of the complex diagnostic process.