MIDC/AIM Calibration Database
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R#Serial NumberCalibration FacilityCalibration DateDate for next CalibrationResponsivity [45]Calibration Factor [45]Instrument::MakeInstrument::ModelInstrument::DescriptionInstrument::ProgramInstrument::Factory CalibrationInstrument::Date of Factory CalibrationResponsivity Bins [2 deg]Responsivity Function CoefficientsOther CalibrationsCalibration FileContact PersonDocumentation TitleCalibration MethodCalibration NotesOther InformationDatalogger Entry DateResponsivity [45] [Corr]Calibration Factor [45] [Corr]Correction MethodResponsivity Bins Average [2 deg]
1Q8435NREL08/04/200108/17/2001CF = -222.42 Ámol/s/m▓/mVLi-CorLi-190Quantum (PAR) SensorNREL/ProgramAfshin AndreasPredicted cal factor using Li-Cor typical LI-190 responsePhotosynthetically Active Radiation (PAR)SRRL BMS UV Radiometer08/04/2001
2Q8435NREL08/17/200108/17/2002CF = -226.44 Ámol/s/m▓/mVLi-CorLi-190Quantum (PAR) SensorNREL/Program[BMS_GloPAR_2001_08.zip]Afshin AndreasSRRL BMS Quantum Calibration Report400-700nm vs OL754Photosynthetically Active Radiation (PAR)SRRL BMS UV Radiometer08/19/2001
3Q8435NREL08/31/200508/31/2006CF = -233.8 Ámol/s/m▓/mVLi-CorLi-190Quantum (PAR) SensorNREL/Program[BMS_GloPAR_2005_08.pdf]Afshin AndreasSRRL Quantum Calibration Report400-700nm vs LI-1800 Photosynthetically Active Radiation (PAR)SRRL BMS UV Radiometer09/20/2005
4Q8435NREL04/14/200804/14/2010CF = -260.0 Ámol/s/m▓/mVLi-CorLi-190Quantum (PAR) SensorNREL/Program[BMS_GloPAR_2008_04.pdf]Afshin AndreasSRRL Quantum Calibration Report400-700nm vs LI-1800 Photosynthetically Active Radiation (PAR)This sensor was discovered to be faulty and this calibration is invalidSRRL BMS UV Radiometer04/16/2008