MIDC/Data Quality Statements
Total Records: 10, displaying 1-10

R#SiteSerial NumberMeasurementStart DateStart TimeEnd DateEnd TimeData Quality Statement
1BMSPRS102Global 1-Axis LI-180006/17/201613:10:0006/20/201608:00:00Due to a rapid detector overheat on 6/17/2016 (cause unknown at this time), the LFI-3525 temperature controller had automatically shutdown due to over-temperature (approaching 50C). Data above 950nm should not be used during this time frame.
2BMSPRS102Global 1-Axis LI-180002/03/201607:10:0002/03/201609:20:00Due to extreme cold outdoor wind chill temperature, the LFI-3525 temperature controller was at its current limit and LI-1800 detector temperature dropped to 37C. Data above 950nm should not be used during this time frame.
3BMSPRS102Global 1-Axis LI-180001/07/201600:00:0001/07/201614:45:00The EKO tracker for the LI-1800 has failed and is pointed in a 90-South orientation, data should not be used during this time frame.
4BMSPRS102Global 1-Axis LI-180012/31/201507:25:0012/31/201508:30:00Due to extreme cold outdoor temperature, the LFI-3525 temperature controller was at its current limit and LI-1800 detector temperature dropped to 38C. Data above 950nm should not be used during this time frame.
5BMSPRS102Global 1-Axis LI-180012/27/201509:35:0012/28/201508:50:00There was a power dip at SRRL that caused the LI-1800 temperature controller to return to its power on state (output to TEC off). Output was turned back on the following day. Data above 950nm should not be used during this time frame.
6BMSPRS102Global 1-Axis LI-180012/01/201500:00:0012/01/201523:59:00The LI-1800 temperature controller was being installed and troubleshot. Data above 950nm should not be used on this day.
7BMSPRS456Global Horizontal LI-180001/11/200800:00:0001/30/200813:10:00The Global LI-1800 data collection was down due to two broken pins in the RS-232 connector. The two pins were fixed on Jan 30 at 13:12 MST.
8BMSPRS456Global Horizontal LI-180012/15/200700:00:0001/05/200823:59:00The Global LI-1800 has an intermittent problem with the RS-232 communication cable or connector. Data availability during this time frame is sparse on non existent. No repairs have been at the time of this entry.
9BMSPRS456Global 40-South LI-180007/27/200100:00:0010/10/200113:43:00The Global 40-South LI-1800 is not functioning correctly. The spectra have been very strange since July 27. The unit was removed from service Sept 12 @ 7:49 MST. The unit was returned to service on Oct 10. No problem was found. All data during this time is bad and may be removed in the near future.
10BMSPRS456Global 40-South LI-180001/24/200111:02:0001/31/200115:47:00The Global 40-South spectroradiometer is mounted temporary above the cement pad at SRRL (about 5 ft above ground). This temporary mount was put at 50 degrees by mistake. It was moved to it's final location next to the PV panel's (which overlooks more vegetation) on 1/31/2001 at a 40 degree tilt.