MIDC/Data Quality Statements
Total Records: 19, displaying 1-19

R#SiteSerial NumberMeasurementStart DateStart TimeEnd DateEnd TimeData Quality Statement
1BMSDirect TUVR12/28/201311:55:0012/28/201315:59:00Due to a scheduled NREL power outage, to upgrade campus electrical infrastructure, The following BMS instruments were not pointing at the sun during this time: Direct CH1, NIP #2, CUVA2, CUVB2, TUVR; and the following instruments were un-shaded: Diffuse 8-48, PSP, PIR. The South Sci-Tec tracker for these instruments are protected by UPS, however the battery depleted at 11:55 MST (the power outage started at 6:46 MST)
2BMSDirect TUVR12/21/201310:30:0012/21/201316:22:00Due to a scheduled NREL power outage, to upgrade campus electrical infrastructure, The following BMS instruments were not pointing at the sun during this time: Direct CH1, NIP #2, CUVA2, CUVB2, TUVR; and the following instruments were un-shaded: Diffuse 8-48, PSP, PIR. The South Sci-Tec tracker for these instruments are protected by UPS, however the battery depleted at 10:30 MST (the power outage started at 7:00 MST)
3BMSDirect TUVR03/15/200400:00:0012/31/200523:59:00The Direct TUVR is experiencing intermittent signal problems, some days its good others its bad. Instrument was permanently removed from service sometime after 6/30/06, however data after 12/31/05 is not available (or should be ignored).
4BMSDirect TUVR12/27/200300:00:0003/10/200410:11:00The Direct TUVR is experiencing intermitten signal problems, some days its good others its bad. On 3-10-2004, the TUVR sensor was shorted from 9:42 to 10:10 MST in an effort to reset the detector.
5BMSDirect TUVR08/12/200305:00:0009/26/200318:00:00The Direct TUVR is experiencing intermitten signal problems, some days its good others its bad.
6BMSDirect TUVR03/13/200200:00:0006/07/200208:08:00The Direct UV is experiencing intermitten signal problems, some days its good others its bad. The instrument was factory serviced and the problem has been corrected.
7BMSDirect TUVR12/02/200110:00:0002/19/200215:01:00The Direct UV is experiencing intermitten signal problems, some days its good others its bad. On 2-19-2002, the TUVR sensor was shorted from 13:00 to 15:00 in an effort to reset the detector. This seemed to solve the problem.
8BMSDirect TUVR06/27/200109:46:0008/08/200110:10:00The direct normal UV was removed from service due to moisture leak. A new fused silica glass window and mount has been fitted by the machine shop to avoid future moisture leaks.
9BMSDirect TUVR05/29/200114:01:0006/22/200115:30:00The direct normal UV was removed from service due to moisture leak.
10BMSDirect TUVR12/13/200013:18:0012/14/200015:00:00The direct normal UV was down due to broken signal cable.
11BMSDirect TUVR11/01/200000:00:0011/06/200013:03:00The direct normal UV is disconnected, instrument is awaiting special mount for Sci-Tec tracker.
12BMSDirect TUVR07/07/200011:00:0007/10/200007:45:00The direct normal UV radiometer was down due to tracker failure.
13BMSDirect TUVR06/21/200009:30:0006/23/200013:24:00The direct normal UV radiometer was down due to tracker failure.
14BMSDirect TUVR06/01/200008:30:0006/01/200010:50:00The direct normal UV radiometer was down due to tracker failure.
15BMSDirect TUVR04/23/200004/24/200008:17:00The direct normal UV radiometer was down due to tracker failure.
16BMSDirect TUVR04/11/200004/12/200008:46:00The direct normal UV radiometer was down due to tracker failure caused by a power failure that occurred on April 11.
17BMSDirect TUVR10/06/199914:00:0010/10/199913:40:00The direct normal UV radiometer was removed from the solar tracker and the signal shorted during the cavity comparisons.
18BMSDirect TUVR03/03/199903/31/199914:44:00The Direct Normal Total Ultraviolet Radiometer (TUVR) s/n 18115 had an intermittent signal problem and was removed for service during this time period. The instrument was sent to The Eppley Laboratory, Inc. for repair and calibration.
19BMSDirect TUVR09/04/199813:30:0009/17/199809:20:00Direct Normal Ultraviolet radiometer was disabled after solar tracker failure. We installed a signal shorting plug (output fixed at 0.00 VDC).