CCPR-K2.b and EURAMET.PR-K2.b

MEASURAND : spectral responsivity
WAVELENGTH : 300 nm

Red diamonds: participants in CCPR-K2.b
Blue triangles: participants in EURAMET.PR-K2.b only

The acronyms given here are those in use at the time of publication of EURAMET.PR-K2.b results (August 2013).

CCPR-K2.b and EURAMET.PR-K2.b

MEASURAND : spectral responsivity
WAVELENGTH : 320 nm

Red diamonds: participants in CCPR-K2.b
Blue triangles: participants in EURAMET.PR-K2.b only

The acronyms given here are those in use at the time of publication of EURAMET.PR-K2.b results (August 2013).

CCPR-K2.b and EURAMET.PR-K2.b

MEASURAND : spectral responsivity
WAVELENGTH : 340 nm

Red diamonds: participants in CCPR-K2.b
Blue triangles: participants in EURAMET.PR-K2.b only

The acronyms given here are those in use at the time of publication of EURAMET.PR-K2.b results (August 2013).

CCPR-K2.b and EURAMET.PR-K2.b

MEASURAND : spectral responsivity
WAVELENGTH : 360 nm

UIO-CSIC = 10.62 %

Red diamonds: participants in CCPR-K2.b
Blue triangles: participants in EURAMET.PR-K2.b only

The acronyms given here are those in use at the time of publication of EURAMET.PR-K2.b results (August 2013).

CCPR-K2.b and EURAMET.PR-K2.b

MEASURAND : spectral responsivity
WAVELENGTH : 380 nm

Red diamonds: participants in CCPR-K2.b
Blue triangles: participants in EURAMET.PR-K2.b only

The acronyms given here are those in use at the time of publication of EURAMET.PR-K2.b results (August 2013).

CCPR-K2.b and EURAMET.PR-K2.b

MEASURAND : spectral responsivity
WAVELENGTH : 400 nm

Red diamonds: participants in CCPR-K2.b
Blue triangles: participants in EURAMET.PR-K2.b only

The acronyms given here are those in use at the time of publication of EURAMET.PR-K2.b results (August 2013).

CCPR-K2.b and EURAMET.PR-K2.b

MEASURAND : spectral responsivity
WAVELENGTH : 450 nm

Red diamonds: participants in CCPR-K2.b
Blue triangles: participants in EURAMET.PR-K2.b only

The acronyms given here are those in use at the time of publication of EURAMET.PR-K2.b results (August 2013).

CCPR-K2.b and EURAMET.PR-K2.b

MEASURAND : spectral responsivity
WAVELENGTH : 500 nm

Red diamonds: participants in CCPR-K2.b
Blue triangles: participants in EURAMET.PR-K2.b only

The acronyms given here are those in use at the time of publication of EURAMET.PR-K2.b results (August 2013).

CCPR-K2.b and EURAMET.PR-K2.b

MEASURAND : spectral responsivity
WAVELENGTH : 550 nm

Red diamonds: participants in CCPR-K2.b
Blue triangles: participants in EURAMET.PR-K2.b only

The acronyms given here are those in use at the time of publication of EURAMET.PR-K2.b results (August 2013).

CCPR-K2.b and EURAMET.PR-K2.b

MEASURAND : spectral responsivity
WAVELENGTH : 600 nm

Red diamonds: participants in CCPR-K2.b
Blue triangles: participants in EURAMET.PR-K2.b only

The acronyms given here are those in use at the time of publication of EURAMET.PR-K2.b results (August 2013).

CCPR-K2.b and EURAMET.PR-K2.b

MEASURAND : spectral responsivity
WAVELENGTH : 650 nm

Red diamonds: participants in CCPR-K2.b
Blue triangles: participants in EURAMET.PR-K2.b only

The acronyms given here are those in use at the time of publication of EURAMET.PR-K2.b results (August 2013).

CCPR-K2.b and EURAMET.PR-K2.b

MEASURAND : spectral responsivity
WAVELENGTH : 700 nm

Red diamonds: participants in CCPR-K2.b
Blue triangles: participants in EURAMET.PR-K2.b only

The acronyms given here are those in use at the time of publication of EURAMET.PR-K2.b results (August 2013).

CCPR-K2.b and EURAMET.PR-K2.b

MEASURAND : spectral responsivity
WAVELENGTH : 750 nm

Red diamonds: participants in CCPR-K2.b
Blue triangles: participants in EURAMET.PR-K2.b only

The acronyms given here are those in use at the time of publication of EURAMET.PR-K2.b results (August 2013).

CCPR-K2.b and EURAMET.PR-K2.b

MEASURAND : spectral responsivity
WAVELENGTH : 800 nm

Red diamonds: participants in CCPR-K2.b
Blue triangles: participants in EURAMET.PR-K2.b only

The acronyms given here are those in use at the time of publication of EURAMET.PR-K2.b results (August 2013).

CCPR-K2.b and EURAMET.PR-K2.b

MEASURAND : spectral responsivity
WAVELENGTH : 850 nm

Red diamonds: participants in CCPR-K2.b
Blue triangles: participants in EURAMET.PR-K2.b only

The acronyms given here are those in use at the time of publication of EURAMET.PR-K2.b results (August 2013).

CCPR-K2.b and EURAMET.PR-K2.b

MEASURAND : spectral responsivity
WAVELENGTH : 900 nm

Red diamonds: participants in CCPR-K2.b
Blue triangles: participants in EURAMET.PR-K2.b only

The acronyms given here are those in use at the time of publication of EURAMET.PR-K2.b results (August 2013).

CCPR-K2.b and EURAMET.PR-K2.b

MEASURAND : spectral responsivity
WAVELENGTH : 950 nm

Red diamonds: participants in CCPR-K2.b
Blue triangles: participants in EURAMET.PR-K2.b only

The acronyms given here are those in use at the time of publication of EURAMET.PR-K2.b results (August 2013).

CCPR-K2.b and EURAMET.PR-K2.b

MEASURAND : spectral responsivity
WAVELENGTH : 1000 nm

Red diamonds: participants in CCPR-K2.b
Blue triangles: participants in EURAMET.PR-K2.b only

The acronyms given here are those in use at the time of publication of EURAMET.PR-K2.b results (August 2013).

CCPR-K2.b and EURAMET.PR-K2.b

MEASURAND : spectral responsivity
WAVELENGTH : 300 nm

Degrees of equivalence relative to the CCPR-K2.b key comparison reference value:
Di and Ui (k = 2) expressed in 10-2

In dark blue: participants in CCPR-K2.b
In blue: participants in EURAMET.PR-K2.b only

Linkage is ensured by the common participation of LNE-INM, IO-CSIC and VSL in both key comparisons.

The acronyms given here are those in use at the time of publication of EURAMET.PR-K2.b results (August 2013).

The full matrix of equivalence is available from CCPR-K2.b Results (PDF file).
Linked results are presented under A4 printable format in Summary Results (PDF file dated August 2013).

Unless otherwise stated, in the final numbers presented here, rounding has been applied according to ISO-31-0 Annex B Rule B.

CCPR-K2.b and EURAMET.PR-K2.b

MEASURAND : spectral responsivity
WAVELENGTH : 320 nm

Degrees of equivalence relative to the CCPR-K2.b key comparison reference value:
Di and Ui (k = 2) expressed in 10-2

In dark blue: participants in CCPR-K2.b
In blue: participants in EURAMET.PR-K2.b only

Linkage is ensured by the common participation of LNE-INM, IO-CSIC and VSL in both key comparisons.

The acronyms given here are those in use at the time of publication of EURAMET.PR-K2.b results (August 2013).

The full matrix of equivalence is available from CCPR-K2.b Results (PDF file).
Linked results are presented under A4 printable format in Summary Results (PDF file dated August 2013).

Unless otherwise stated, in the final numbers presented here, rounding has been applied according to ISO-31-0 Annex B Rule B.

CCPR-K2.b and EURAMET.PR-K2.b

MEASURAND : spectral responsivity
WAVELENGTH : 340 nm

Degrees of equivalence relative to the CCPR-K2.b key comparison reference value:
Di and Ui (k = 2) expressed in 10-2

In dark blue: participants in CCPR-K2.b
In blue: participants in EURAMET.PR-K2.b only

Linkage is ensured by the common participation of LNE-INM, IO-CSIC and VSL in both key comparisons.

The acronyms given here are those in use at the time of publication of EURAMET.PR-K2.b results (August 2013).

The full matrix of equivalence is available from CCPR-K2.b Results (PDF file).
Linked results are presented under A4 printable format in Summary Results (PDF file dated August 2013).

Unless otherwise stated, in the final numbers presented here, rounding has been applied according to ISO-31-0 Annex B Rule B.

CCPR-K2.b and EURAMET.PR-K2.b

MEASURAND : spectral responsivity
WAVELENGTH : 360 nm

Degrees of equivalence relative to the CCPR-K2.b key comparison reference value:
Di and Ui (k = 2) expressed in 10-2

In dark blue: participants in CCPR-K2.b
In blue: participants in EURAMET.PR-K2.b only

Linkage is ensured by the common participation of LNE-INM, IO-CSIC and VSL in both key comparisons.

The acronyms given here are those in use at the time of publication of EURAMET.PR-K2.b results (August 2013).

The full matrix of equivalence is available from CCPR-K2.b Results (PDF file).
Linked results are presented under A4 printable format in Summary Results (PDF file dated August 2013).

Unless otherwise stated, in the final numbers presented here, rounding has been applied according to ISO-31-0 Annex B Rule B.

CCPR-K2.b and EURAMET.PR-K2.b

MEASURAND : spectral responsivity
WAVELENGTH : 380 nm

Degrees of equivalence relative to the CCPR-K2.b key comparison reference value:
Di and Ui (k = 2) expressed in 10-2

In dark blue: participants in CCPR-K2.b
In blue: participants in EURAMET.PR-K2.b only

Linkage is ensured by the common participation of LNE-INM, IO-CSIC and VSL in both key comparisons.

The acronyms given here are those in use at the time of publication of EURAMET.PR-K2.b results (August 2013).

The full matrix of equivalence is available from CCPR-K2.b Results (PDF file).
Linked results are presented under A4 printable format in Summary Results (PDF file dated August 2013).

Unless otherwise stated, in the final numbers presented here, rounding has been applied according to ISO-31-0 Annex B Rule B.

CCPR-K2.b and EURAMET.PR-K2.b

MEASURAND : spectral responsivity
WAVELENGTH : 400 nm

Degrees of equivalence relative to the CCPR-K2.b key comparison reference value:
Di and Ui (k = 2) expressed in 10-2

In dark blue: participants in CCPR-K2.b
In blue: participants in EURAMET.PR-K2.b only

Linkage is ensured by the common participation of LNE-INM, IO-CSIC and VSL in both key comparisons.

The acronyms given here are those in use at the time of publication of EURAMET.PR-K2.b results (August 2013).

The full matrix of equivalence is available from CCPR-K2.b Results (PDF file).
Linked results are presented under A4 printable format in Summary Results (PDF file dated August 2013).

Unless otherwise stated, in the final numbers presented here, rounding has been applied according to ISO-31-0 Annex B Rule B.

CCPR-K2.b and EURAMET.PR-K2.b

MEASURAND : spectral responsivity
WAVELENGTH : 450 nm

Degrees of equivalence relative to the CCPR-K2.b key comparison reference value:
Di and Ui (k = 2) expressed in 10-2

In dark blue: participants in CCPR-K2.b
In blue: participants in EURAMET.PR-K2.b only

Linkage is ensured by the common participation of LNE-INM, IO-CSIC and VSL in both key comparisons.

The acronyms given here are those in use at the time of publication of EURAMET.PR-K2.b results (August 2013).

The full matrix of equivalence is available from CCPR-K2.b Results (PDF file).
Linked results are presented under A4 printable format in Summary Results (PDF file dated August 2013).

Unless otherwise stated, in the final numbers presented here, rounding has been applied according to ISO-31-0 Annex B Rule B.

CCPR-K2.b and EURAMET.PR-K2.b

MEASURAND : spectral responsivity
WAVELENGTH : 500 nm

Degrees of equivalence relative to the CCPR-K2.b key comparison reference value:
Di and Ui (k = 2) expressed in 10-2

In dark blue: participants in CCPR-K2.b
In blue: participants in EURAMET.PR-K2.b only

Linkage is ensured by the common participation of LNE-INM, IO-CSIC and VSL in both key comparisons.

The acronyms given here are those in use at the time of publication of EURAMET.PR-K2.b results (August 2013).

The full matrix of equivalence is available from CCPR-K2.b Results (PDF file).
Linked results are presented under A4 printable format in Summary Results (PDF file dated August 2013).

Unless otherwise stated, in the final numbers presented here, rounding has been applied according to ISO-31-0 Annex B Rule B.

CCPR-K2.b and EURAMET.PR-K2.b

MEASURAND : spectral responsivity
WAVELENGTH : 550 nm

Degrees of equivalence relative to the CCPR-K2.b key comparison reference value:
Di and Ui (k = 2) expressed in 10-2

In dark blue: participants in CCPR-K2.b
In blue: participants in EURAMET.PR-K2.b only

Linkage is ensured by the common participation of LNE-INM, IO-CSIC and VSL in both key comparisons.

The acronyms given here are those in use at the time of publication of EURAMET.PR-K2.b results (August 2013).

The full matrix of equivalence is available from CCPR-K2.b Results (PDF file).
Linked results are presented under A4 printable format in Summary Results (PDF file dated August 2013).

Unless otherwise stated, in the final numbers presented here, rounding has been applied according to ISO-31-0 Annex B Rule B.

CCPR-K2.b and EURAMET.PR-K2.b

MEASURAND : spectral responsivity
WAVELENGTH : 600 nm

Degrees of equivalence relative to the CCPR-K2.b key comparison reference value:
Di and Ui (k = 2) expressed in 10-2

In dark blue: participants in CCPR-K2.b
In blue: participants in EURAMET.PR-K2.b only

Linkage is ensured by the common participation of LNE-INM, IO-CSIC and VSL in both key comparisons.

The acronyms given here are those in use at the time of publication of EURAMET.PR-K2.b results (August 2013).

The full matrix of equivalence is available from CCPR-K2.b Results (PDF file).
Linked results are presented under A4 printable format in Summary Results (PDF file dated August 2013).

Unless otherwise stated, in the final numbers presented here, rounding has been applied according to ISO-31-0 Annex B Rule B.

CCPR-K2.b and EURAMET.PR-K2.b

MEASURAND : spectral responsivity
WAVELENGTH : 650 nm

Degrees of equivalence relative to the CCPR-K2.b key comparison reference value:
Di and Ui (k = 2) expressed in 10-2

In dark blue: participants in CCPR-K2.b
In blue: participants in EURAMET.PR-K2.b only

Linkage is ensured by the common participation of LNE-INM, IO-CSIC and VSL in both key comparisons.

The acronyms given here are those in use at the time of publication of EURAMET.PR-K2.b results (August 2013).

The full matrix of equivalence is available from CCPR-K2.b Results (PDF file).
Linked results are presented under A4 printable format in Summary Results (PDF file dated August 2013).

Unless otherwise stated, in the final numbers presented here, rounding has been applied according to ISO-31-0 Annex B Rule B.

CCPR-K2.b and EURAMET.PR-K2.b

MEASURAND : spectral responsivity
WAVELENGTH : 700 nm

Degrees of equivalence relative to the CCPR-K2.b key comparison reference value:
Di and Ui (k = 2) expressed in 10-2

In dark blue: participants in CCPR-K2.b
In blue: participants in EURAMET.PR-K2.b only

Linkage is ensured by the common participation of LNE-INM, IO-CSIC and VSL in both key comparisons.

The acronyms given here are those in use at the time of publication of EURAMET.PR-K2.b results (August 2013).

The full matrix of equivalence is available from CCPR-K2.b Results (PDF file).
Linked results are presented under A4 printable format in Summary Results (PDF file dated August 2013).

Unless otherwise stated, in the final numbers presented here, rounding has been applied according to ISO-31-0 Annex B Rule B.

CCPR-K2.b and EURAMET.PR-K2.b

MEASURAND : spectral responsivity
WAVELENGTH : 750 nm

Degrees of equivalence relative to the CCPR-K2.b key comparison reference value:
Di and Ui (k = 2) expressed in 10-2

In dark blue: participants in CCPR-K2.b
In blue: participants in EURAMET.PR-K2.b only

Linkage is ensured by the common participation of LNE-INM, IO-CSIC and VSL in both key comparisons.

The acronyms given here are those in use at the time of publication of EURAMET.PR-K2.b results (August 2013).

The full matrix of equivalence is available from CCPR-K2.b Results (PDF file).
Linked results are presented under A4 printable format in Summary Results (PDF file dated August 2013).

Unless otherwise stated, in the final numbers presented here, rounding has been applied according to ISO-31-0 Annex B Rule B.

CCPR-K2.b and EURAMET.PR-K2.b

MEASURAND : spectral responsivity
WAVELENGTH : 800 nm

Degrees of equivalence relative to the CCPR-K2.b key comparison reference value:
Di and Ui (k = 2) expressed in 10-2

In dark blue: participants in CCPR-K2.b
In blue: participants in EURAMET.PR-K2.b only

Linkage is ensured by the common participation of LNE-INM, IO-CSIC and VSL in both key comparisons.

The acronyms given here are those in use at the time of publication of EURAMET.PR-K2.b results (August 2013).

The full matrix of equivalence is available from CCPR-K2.b Results (PDF file).
Linked results are presented under A4 printable format in Summary Results (PDF file dated August 2013).

Unless otherwise stated, in the final numbers presented here, rounding has been applied according to ISO-31-0 Annex B Rule B.

CCPR-K2.b and EURAMET.PR-K2.b

MEASURAND : spectral responsivity
WAVELENGTH : 850 nm

Degrees of equivalence relative to the CCPR-K2.b key comparison reference value:
Di and Ui (k = 2) expressed in 10-2

In dark blue: participants in CCPR-K2.b
In blue: participants in EURAMET.PR-K2.b only

Linkage is ensured by the common participation of LNE-INM, IO-CSIC and VSL in both key comparisons.

The acronyms given here are those in use at the time of publication of EURAMET.PR-K2.b results (August 2013).

The full matrix of equivalence is available from CCPR-K2.b Results (PDF file).
Linked results are presented under A4 printable format in Summary Results (PDF file dated August 2013).

Unless otherwise stated, in the final numbers presented here, rounding has been applied according to ISO-31-0 Annex B Rule B.

CCPR-K2.b and EURAMET.PR-K2.b

MEASURAND : spectral responsivity
WAVELENGTH : 900 nm

Degrees of equivalence relative to the CCPR-K2.b key comparison reference value:
Di and Ui (k = 2) expressed in 10-2

In dark blue: participants in CCPR-K2.b
In blue: participants in EURAMET.PR-K2.b only

Linkage is ensured by the common participation of LNE-INM, IO-CSIC and VSL in both key comparisons.

The acronyms given here are those in use at the time of publication of EURAMET.PR-K2.b results (August 2013).

The full matrix of equivalence is available from CCPR-K2.b Results (PDF file).
Linked results are presented under A4 printable format in Summary Results (PDF file dated August 2013).

Unless otherwise stated, in the final numbers presented here, rounding has been applied according to ISO-31-0 Annex B Rule B.

CCPR-K2.b and EURAMET.PR-K2.b

MEASURAND : spectral responsivity
WAVELENGTH : 950 nm

Degrees of equivalence relative to the CCPR-K2.b key comparison reference value:
Di and Ui (k = 2) expressed in 10-2

In dark blue: participants in CCPR-K2.b
In blue: participants in EURAMET.PR-K2.b only

Linkage is ensured by the common participation of LNE-INM, IO-CSIC and VSL in both key comparisons.

The acronyms given here are those in use at the time of publication of EURAMET.PR-K2.b results (August 2013).

The full matrix of equivalence is available from CCPR-K2.b Results (PDF file).
Linked results are presented under A4 printable format in Summary Results (PDF file dated August 2013).

Unless otherwise stated, in the final numbers presented here, rounding has been applied according to ISO-31-0 Annex B Rule B.

CCPR-K2.b and EURAMET.PR-K2.b

MEASURAND : spectral responsivity
WAVELENGTH : 1000 nm

Degrees of equivalence relative to the CCPR-K2.b key comparison reference value:
Di and Ui (k = 2) expressed in 10-2

In dark blue: participants in CCPR-K2.b
In blue: participants in EURAMET.PR-K2.b only

Linkage is ensured by the common participation of LNE-INM, IO-CSIC and VSL in both key comparisons.

The acronyms given here are those in use at the time of publication of EURAMET.PR-K2.b results (August 2013).

The full matrix of equivalence is available from CCPR-K2.b Results (PDF file).
Linked results are presented under A4 printable format in Summary Results (PDF file dated August 2013).

Unless otherwise stated, in the final numbers presented here, rounding has been applied according to ISO-31-0 Annex B Rule B.

Comparison
Comparison close
CC comparison
Linked comparison
CCPR-K2.b
Metrology area, Sub-field Photometry and Radiometry, Properties of detectors and sources
Description Spectral responsivity
Time of measurements 2000 - 2001
Status Approved for equivalence
Final Reports of the comparisons
References

CCPR-K2.b Technical Protocol

Measurand Spectral responsivity
Parameters Wavelength from 300 nm to 1000 nm (18 values)
Transfer device Si traps and photodiodes
Comparison type Key Comparison
Consultative Committee CCPR (Consultative Committee for Photometry and Radiometry)
Conducted by CCPR (Consultative Committee for Photometry and Radiometry)
Comments

Results published on 21 October 2004

EURAMET.PR-K2.b results are linked to those of CCPR-K2.b

Spectral responsivity

Pilot institute BIPM
Bureau International des Poids et Mesures
BIPM - International Organization
Contact person R. Goebel

+33 (0) 1 45 07 70 69
First Name Last Name
wwww@ww.www +356719836 Institute 1 Institute 1 Khmelnitskiy
Pilot laboratory
BIPM

Bureau International des Poids et Mesures, BIPM - International Organization, N/A

KRISS

Korea Research Institute of Standards and Science, Korea, Republic of, APMP

MSL

Measurement Standards Laboratory, New Zealand, APMP

NIST

National Institute of Standards and Technology, United States, SIM

NMIJ AIST

National Metrology Institute of Japan, Japan, APMP

NPL

National Physical Laboratory, United Kingdom, EURAMET

NRC

National Research Council, Canada, SIM

PTB

Physikalisch-Technische Bundesanstalt, Germany, EURAMET

SMU

Slovensky Metrologicky Ustav, Slovakia, EURAMET

VNIIOFI

All-Russian Scientific Institute for Optical and Physical Measurements, Rosstandart, Russian Federation, COOMET

CCPR-K2.b and EURAMET.PR-K2.b

MEASURAND : spectral responsivity
WAVELENGTH : 300 nm

  • Key comparison CCPR-K2.b

The key comparison reference value, xR, is calculated as the weighted mean of the participant's results, xi, weighted by the inverse square of the individual uncertainties, ui, with weights limited to a maximum of 20% (see details in Section 4.2 page 58 of the CCPR-K2.b Final report).

The key comparison reference value, expressed in A/W, together with its associated relative standard uncertainty, are given in Table 47, page 63, of the same Final Report.

The degree of equivalence of the each laboratory with respect to the key comparison reference value is given by a pair of terms:
Di = (xi - xR) and Ui its expanded uncertainty (k = 2), both expressed in relative units.

The degree of equivalence between two laboratories is given by a pair of terms:
Dij = Di - Dj and Uij its expanded uncertainty (k = 2), both expressed in relative units.

The detailed computation of the expanded uncertainties Ui and Uij is given on pages 62 and 63 of the CCPR-K2.b Final Report.

  • Key comparison EURAMET.PR-K2.b

The EURAMET.PR-K2.b individual results are first treated inside EURAMET through the computation of a EURAMET reference value and corresponding degrees of equivalence (see Section 7 of the Final Report).

Linkage to the CCPR-K2.b key comparison reference value is established through the common participation of LNE-INM, IO-CSIC and VSL in both key comparisons (see Section 8 of the Final Report).

This makes it possible to extend the table of degrees of equivalence and the graph of equivalence obtained for CCPR-K2.b to the laboratories having participated in EURAMET.PR-K2.b only.

CCPR-K2.b and EURAMET.PR-K2.b

MEASURAND : spectral responsivity
WAVELENGTH : 320 nm

  • Key comparison CCPR-K2.b

The key comparison reference value, xR, is calculated as the weighted mean of the participant's results, xi, weighted by the inverse square of the individual uncertainties, ui, with weights limited to a maximum of 20% (see details in Section 4.2 page 58 of the CCPR-K2.b Final report).

The key comparison reference value, expressed in A/W, together with its associated relative standard uncertainty, are given in Table 47, page 63, of the same Final Report.

The degree of equivalence of the each laboratory with respect to the key comparison reference value is given by a pair of terms:
Di = (xi - xR) and Ui its expanded uncertainty (k = 2), both expressed in relative units.

The degree of equivalence between two laboratories is given by a pair of terms:
Dij = Di - Dj and Uij its expanded uncertainty (k = 2), both expressed in relative units.

The detailed computation of the expanded uncertainties Ui and Uij is given on pages 62 and 63 of the CCPR-K2.b Final Report.

  • Key comparison EURAMET.PR-K2.b

The EURAMET.PR-K2.b individual results are first treated inside EURAMET through the computation of a EURAMET reference value and corresponding degrees of equivalence (see Section 7 of the Final Report).

Linkage to the CCPR-K2.b key comparison reference value is established through the common participation of LNE-INM, IO-CSIC and VSL in both key comparisons (see Section 8 of the Final Report).

This makes it possible to extend the table of degrees of equivalence and the graph of equivalence obtained for CCPR-K2.b to the laboratories having participated in EURAMET.PR-K2.b only.

CCPR-K2.b and EURAMET.PR-K2.b

MEASURAND : spectral responsivity
WAVELENGTH : 340 nm

  • Key comparison CCPR-K2.b

The key comparison reference value, xR, is calculated as the weighted mean of the participant's results, xi, weighted by the inverse square of the individual uncertainties, ui, with weights limited to a maximum of 20% (see details in Section 4.2 page 58 of the CCPR-K2.b Final report).

The key comparison reference value, expressed in A/W, together with its associated relative standard uncertainty, are given in Table 47, page 63, of the same Final Report.

The degree of equivalence of the each laboratory with respect to the key comparison reference value is given by a pair of terms:
Di = (xi - xR) and Ui its expanded uncertainty (k = 2), both expressed in relative units.

The degree of equivalence between two laboratories is given by a pair of terms:
Dij = Di - Dj and Uij its expanded uncertainty (k = 2), both expressed in relative units.

The detailed computation of the expanded uncertainties Ui and Uij is given on pages 62 and 63 of the CCPR-K2.b Final Report.

  • Key comparison EURAMET.PR-K2.b

The EURAMET.PR-K2.b individual results are first treated inside EURAMET through the computation of a EURAMET reference value and corresponding degrees of equivalence (see Section 7 of the Final Report).

Linkage to the CCPR-K2.b key comparison reference value is established through the common participation of LNE-INM, IO-CSIC and VSL in both key comparisons (see Section 8 of the Final Report).

This makes it possible to extend the table of degrees of equivalence and the graph of equivalence obtained for CCPR-K2.b to the laboratories having participated in EURAMET.PR-K2.b only.

CCPR-K2.b and EURAMET.PR-K2.b

MEASURAND : spectral responsivity
WAVELENGTH : 360 nm

  • Key comparison CCPR-K2.b

The key comparison reference value, xR, is calculated as the weighted mean of the participant's results, xi, weighted by the inverse square of the individual uncertainties, ui, with weights limited to a maximum of 20% (see details in Section 4.2 page 58 of the CCPR-K2.b Final report).

The key comparison reference value, expressed in A/W, together with its associated relative standard uncertainty, are given in Table 47, page 63, of the same Final Report.

The degree of equivalence of the each laboratory with respect to the key comparison reference value is given by a pair of terms:
Di = (xi - xR) and Ui its expanded uncertainty (k = 2), both expressed in relative units.

The degree of equivalence between two laboratories is given by a pair of terms:
Dij = Di - Dj and Uij its expanded uncertainty (k = 2), both expressed in relative units.

The detailed computation of the expanded uncertainties Ui and Uij is given on pages 62 and 63 of the CCPR-K2.b Final Report.

  • Key comparison EURAMET.PR-K2.b

The EURAMET.PR-K2.b individual results are first treated inside EURAMET through the computation of a EURAMET reference value and corresponding degrees of equivalence (see Section 7 of the Final Report).

Linkage to the CCPR-K2.b key comparison reference value is established through the common participation of LNE-INM, IO-CSIC and VSL in both key comparisons (see Section 8 of the Final Report).

This makes it possible to extend the table of degrees of equivalence and the graph of equivalence obtained for CCPR-K2.b to the laboratories having participated in EURAMET.PR-K2.b only.

CCPR-K2.b and EURAMET.PR-K2.b

MEASURAND : spectral responsivity
WAVELENGTH : 380 nm

  • Key comparison CCPR-K2.b

The key comparison reference value, xR, is calculated as the weighted mean of the participant's results, xi, weighted by the inverse square of the individual uncertainties, ui, with weights limited to a maximum of 20% (see details in Section 4.2 page 58 of the CCPR-K2.b Final report).

The key comparison reference value, expressed in A/W, together with its associated relative standard uncertainty, are given in Table 47, page 63, of the same Final Report.

The degree of equivalence of the each laboratory with respect to the key comparison reference value is given by a pair of terms:
Di = (xi - xR) and Ui its expanded uncertainty (k = 2), both expressed in relative units.

The degree of equivalence between two laboratories is given by a pair of terms:
Dij = Di - Dj and Uij its expanded uncertainty (k = 2), both expressed in relative units.

The detailed computation of the expanded uncertainties Ui and Uij is given on pages 62 and 63 of the CCPR-K2.b Final Report.

  • Key comparison EURAMET.PR-K2.b

The EURAMET.PR-K2.b individual results are first treated inside EURAMET through the computation of a EURAMET reference value and corresponding degrees of equivalence (see Section 7 of the Final Report).

Linkage to the CCPR-K2.b key comparison reference value is established through the common participation of LNE-INM, IO-CSIC and VSL in both key comparisons (see Section 8 of the Final Report).

This makes it possible to extend the table of degrees of equivalence and the graph of equivalence obtained for CCPR-K2.b to the laboratories having participated in EURAMET.PR-K2.b only.

CCPR-K2.b and EURAMET.PR-K2.b

MEASURAND : spectral responsivity
WAVELENGTH : 400 nm

  • Key comparison CCPR-K2.b

The key comparison reference value, xR, is calculated as the weighted mean of the participant's results, xi, weighted by the inverse square of the individual uncertainties, ui, with weights limited to a maximum of 20% (see details in Section 4.2 page 58 of the CCPR-K2.b Final report).

The key comparison reference value, expressed in A/W, together with its associated relative standard uncertainty, are given in Table 47, page 63, of the same Final Report.

The degree of equivalence of the each laboratory with respect to the key comparison reference value is given by a pair of terms:
Di = (xi - xR) and Ui its expanded uncertainty (k = 2), both expressed in relative units.

The degree of equivalence between two laboratories is given by a pair of terms:
Dij = Di - Dj and Uij its expanded uncertainty (k = 2), both expressed in relative units.

The detailed computation of the expanded uncertainties Ui and Uij is given on pages 62 and 63 of the CCPR-K2.b Final Report.

  • Key comparison EURAMET.PR-K2.b

The EURAMET.PR-K2.b individual results are first treated inside EURAMET through the computation of a EURAMET reference value and corresponding degrees of equivalence (see Section 7 of the Final Report).

Linkage to the CCPR-K2.b key comparison reference value is established through the common participation of LNE-INM, IO-CSIC and VSL in both key comparisons (see Section 8 of the Final Report).

This makes it possible to extend the table of degrees of equivalence and the graph of equivalence obtained for CCPR-K2.b to the laboratories having participated in EURAMET.PR-K2.b only.

CCPR-K2.b and EURAMET.PR-K2.b

MEASURAND : spectral responsivity
WAVELENGTH : 450 nm

  • Key comparison CCPR-K2.b

The key comparison reference value, xR, is calculated as the weighted mean of the participant's results, xi, weighted by the inverse square of the individual uncertainties, ui, with weights limited to a maximum of 20% (see details in Section 4.2 page 58 of the CCPR-K2.b Final report).

The key comparison reference value, expressed in A/W, together with its associated relative standard uncertainty, are given in Table 47, page 63, of the same Final Report.

The degree of equivalence of the each laboratory with respect to the key comparison reference value is given by a pair of terms:
Di = (xi - xR) and Ui its expanded uncertainty (k = 2), both expressed in relative units.

The degree of equivalence between two laboratories is given by a pair of terms:
Dij = Di - Dj and Uij its expanded uncertainty (k = 2), both expressed in relative units.

The detailed computation of the expanded uncertainties Ui and Uij is given on pages 62 and 63 of the CCPR-K2.b Final Report.

  • Key comparison EURAMET.PR-K2.b

The EURAMET.PR-K2.b individual results are first treated inside EURAMET through the computation of a EURAMET reference value and corresponding degrees of equivalence (see Section 7 of the Final Report).

Linkage to the CCPR-K2.b key comparison reference value is established through the common participation of LNE-INM, IO-CSIC and VSL in both key comparisons (see Section 8 of the Final Report).

This makes it possible to extend the table of degrees of equivalence and the graph of equivalence obtained for CCPR-K2.b to the laboratories having participated in EURAMET.PR-K2.b only.

CCPR-K2.b and EURAMET.PR-K2.b

MEASURAND : spectral responsivity
WAVELENGTH : 500 nm

  • Key comparison CCPR-K2.b

The key comparison reference value, xR, is calculated as the weighted mean of the participant's results, xi, weighted by the inverse square of the individual uncertainties, ui, with weights limited to a maximum of 20% (see details in Section 4.2 page 58 of the CCPR-K2.b Final report).

The key comparison reference value, expressed in A/W, together with its associated relative standard uncertainty, are given in Table 47, page 63, of the same Final Report.

The degree of equivalence of the each laboratory with respect to the key comparison reference value is given by a pair of terms:
Di = (xi - xR) and Ui its expanded uncertainty (k = 2), both expressed in relative units.

The degree of equivalence between two laboratories is given by a pair of terms:
Dij = Di - Dj and Uij its expanded uncertainty (k = 2), both expressed in relative units.

The detailed computation of the expanded uncertainties Ui and Uij is given on pages 62 and 63 of the CCPR-K2.b Final Report.

  • Key comparison EURAMET.PR-K2.b

The EURAMET.PR-K2.b individual results are first treated inside EURAMET through the computation of a EURAMET reference value and corresponding degrees of equivalence (see Section 7 of the Final Report).

Linkage to the CCPR-K2.b key comparison reference value is established through the common participation of LNE-INM, IO-CSIC and VSL in both key comparisons (see Section 8 of the Final Report).

This makes it possible to extend the table of degrees of equivalence and the graph of equivalence obtained for CCPR-K2.b to the laboratories having participated in EURAMET.PR-K2.b only.

CCPR-K2.b and EURAMET.PR-K2.b

MEASURAND : spectral responsivity
WAVELENGTH : 550 nm

  • Key comparison CCPR-K2.b

The key comparison reference value, xR, is calculated as the weighted mean of the participant's results, xi, weighted by the inverse square of the individual uncertainties, ui, with weights limited to a maximum of 20% (see details in Section 4.2 page 58 of the CCPR-K2.b Final report).

The key comparison reference value, expressed in A/W, together with its associated relative standard uncertainty, are given in Table 47, page 63, of the same Final Report.

The degree of equivalence of the each laboratory with respect to the key comparison reference value is given by a pair of terms:
Di = (xi - xR) and Ui its expanded uncertainty (k = 2), both expressed in relative units.

The degree of equivalence between two laboratories is given by a pair of terms:
Dij = Di - Dj and Uij its expanded uncertainty (k = 2), both expressed in relative units.

The detailed computation of the expanded uncertainties Ui and Uij is given on pages 62 and 63 of the CCPR-K2.b Final Report.

  • Key comparison EURAMET.PR-K2.b

The EURAMET.PR-K2.b individual results are first treated inside EURAMET through the computation of a EURAMET reference value and corresponding degrees of equivalence (see Section 7 of the Final Report).

Linkage to the CCPR-K2.b key comparison reference value is established through the common participation of LNE-INM, IO-CSIC and VSL in both key comparisons (see Section 8 of the Final Report).

This makes it possible to extend the table of degrees of equivalence and the graph of equivalence obtained for CCPR-K2.b to the laboratories having participated in EURAMET.PR-K2.b only.

CCPR-K2.b and EURAMET.PR-K2.b

MEASURAND : spectral responsivity
WAVELENGTH : 600 nm

  • Key comparison CCPR-K2.b

The key comparison reference value, xR, is calculated as the weighted mean of the participant's results, xi, weighted by the inverse square of the individual uncertainties, ui, with weights limited to a maximum of 20% (see details in Section 4.2 page 58 of the CCPR-K2.b Final report).

The key comparison reference value, expressed in A/W, together with its associated relative standard uncertainty, are given in Table 47, page 63, of the same Final Report.

The degree of equivalence of the each laboratory with respect to the key comparison reference value is given by a pair of terms:
Di = (xi - xR) and Ui its expanded uncertainty (k = 2), both expressed in relative units.

The degree of equivalence between two laboratories is given by a pair of terms:
Dij = Di - Dj and Uij its expanded uncertainty (k = 2), both expressed in relative units.

The detailed computation of the expanded uncertainties Ui and Uij is given on pages 62 and 63 of the CCPR-K2.b Final Report.

  • Key comparison EURAMET.PR-K2.b

The EURAMET.PR-K2.b individual results are first treated inside EURAMET through the computation of a EURAMET reference value and corresponding degrees of equivalence (see Section 7 of the Final Report).

Linkage to the CCPR-K2.b key comparison reference value is established through the common participation of LNE-INM, IO-CSIC and VSL in both key comparisons (see Section 8 of the Final Report).

This makes it possible to extend the table of degrees of equivalence and the graph of equivalence obtained for CCPR-K2.b to the laboratories having participated in EURAMET.PR-K2.b only.

CCPR-K2.b and EURAMET.PR-K2.b

MEASURAND : spectral responsivity
WAVELENGTH : 650 nm

  • Key comparison CCPR-K2.b

The key comparison reference value, xR, is calculated as the weighted mean of the participant's results, xi, weighted by the inverse square of the individual uncertainties, ui, with weights limited to a maximum of 20% (see details in Section 4.2 page 58 of the CCPR-K2.b Final report).

The key comparison reference value, expressed in A/W, together with its associated relative standard uncertainty, are given in Table 47, page 63, of the same Final Report.

The degree of equivalence of the each laboratory with respect to the key comparison reference value is given by a pair of terms:
Di = (xi - xR) and Ui its expanded uncertainty (k = 2), both expressed in relative units.

The degree of equivalence between two laboratories is given by a pair of terms:
Dij = Di - Dj and Uij its expanded uncertainty (k = 2), both expressed in relative units.

The detailed computation of the expanded uncertainties Ui and Uij is given on pages 62 and 63 of the CCPR-K2.b Final Report.

  • Key comparison EURAMET.PR-K2.b

The EURAMET.PR-K2.b individual results are first treated inside EURAMET through the computation of a EURAMET reference value and corresponding degrees of equivalence (see Section 7 of the Final Report).

Linkage to the CCPR-K2.b key comparison reference value is established through the common participation of LNE-INM, IO-CSIC and VSL in both key comparisons (see Section 8 of the Final Report).

This makes it possible to extend the table of degrees of equivalence and the graph of equivalence obtained for CCPR-K2.b to the laboratories having participated in EURAMET.PR-K2.b only.

CCPR-K2.b and EURAMET.PR-K2.b

MEASURAND : spectral responsivity
WAVELENGTH : 700 nm

  • Key comparison CCPR-K2.b

The key comparison reference value, xR, is calculated as the weighted mean of the participant's results, xi, weighted by the inverse square of the individual uncertainties, ui, with weights limited to a maximum of 20% (see details in Section 4.2 page 58 of the CCPR-K2.b Final report).

The key comparison reference value, expressed in A/W, together with its associated relative standard uncertainty, are given in Table 47, page 63, of the same Final Report.

The degree of equivalence of the each laboratory with respect to the key comparison reference value is given by a pair of terms:
Di = (xi - xR) and Ui its expanded uncertainty (k = 2), both expressed in relative units.

The degree of equivalence between two laboratories is given by a pair of terms:
Dij = Di - Dj and Uij its expanded uncertainty (k = 2), both expressed in relative units.

The detailed computation of the expanded uncertainties Ui and Uij is given on pages 62 and 63 of the CCPR-K2.b Final Report.

  • Key comparison EURAMET.PR-K2.b

The EURAMET.PR-K2.b individual results are first treated inside EURAMET through the computation of a EURAMET reference value and corresponding degrees of equivalence (see Section 7 of the Final Report).

Linkage to the CCPR-K2.b key comparison reference value is established through the common participation of LNE-INM, IO-CSIC and VSL in both key comparisons (see Section 8 of the Final Report).

This makes it possible to extend the table of degrees of equivalence and the graph of equivalence obtained for CCPR-K2.b to the laboratories having participated in EURAMET.PR-K2.b only.

CCPR-K2.b and EURAMET.PR-K2.b

MEASURAND : spectral responsivity
WAVELENGTH : 750 nm

  • Key comparison CCPR-K2.b

The key comparison reference value, xR, is calculated as the weighted mean of the participant's results, xi, weighted by the inverse square of the individual uncertainties, ui, with weights limited to a maximum of 20% (see details in Section 4.2 page 58 of the CCPR-K2.b Final report).

The key comparison reference value, expressed in A/W, together with its associated relative standard uncertainty, are given in Table 47, page 63, of the same Final Report.

The degree of equivalence of the each laboratory with respect to the key comparison reference value is given by a pair of terms:
Di = (xi - xR) and Ui its expanded uncertainty (k = 2), both expressed in relative units.

The degree of equivalence between two laboratories is given by a pair of terms:
Dij = Di - Dj and Uij its expanded uncertainty (k = 2), both expressed in relative units.

The detailed computation of the expanded uncertainties Ui and Uij is given on pages 62 and 63 of the CCPR-K2.b Final Report.

  • Key comparison EURAMET.PR-K2.b

The EURAMET.PR-K2.b individual results are first treated inside EURAMET through the computation of a EURAMET reference value and corresponding degrees of equivalence (see Section 7 of the Final Report).

Linkage to the CCPR-K2.b key comparison reference value is established through the common participation of LNE-INM, IO-CSIC and VSL in both key comparisons (see Section 8 of the Final Report).

This makes it possible to extend the table of degrees of equivalence and the graph of equivalence obtained for CCPR-K2.b to the laboratories having participated in EURAMET.PR-K2.b only.

CCPR-K2.b and EURAMET.PR-K2.b

MEASURAND : spectral responsivity
WAVELENGTH : 800 nm

  • Key comparison CCPR-K2.b

The key comparison reference value, xR, is calculated as the weighted mean of the participant's results, xi, weighted by the inverse square of the individual uncertainties, ui, with weights limited to a maximum of 20% (see details in Section 4.2 page 58 of the CCPR-K2.b Final report).

The key comparison reference value, expressed in A/W, together with its associated relative standard uncertainty, are given in Table 47, page 63, of the same Final Report.

The degree of equivalence of the each laboratory with respect to the key comparison reference value is given by a pair of terms:
Di = (xi - xR) and Ui its expanded uncertainty (k = 2), both expressed in relative units.

The degree of equivalence between two laboratories is given by a pair of terms:
Dij = Di - Dj and Uij its expanded uncertainty (k = 2), both expressed in relative units.

The detailed computation of the expanded uncertainties Ui and Uij is given on pages 62 and 63 of the CCPR-K2.b Final Report.

  • Key comparison EURAMET.PR-K2.b

The EURAMET.PR-K2.b individual results are first treated inside EURAMET through the computation of a EURAMET reference value and corresponding degrees of equivalence (see Section 7 of the Final Report).

Linkage to the CCPR-K2.b key comparison reference value is established through the common participation of LNE-INM, IO-CSIC and VSL in both key comparisons (see Section 8 of the Final Report).

This makes it possible to extend the table of degrees of equivalence and the graph of equivalence obtained for CCPR-K2.b to the laboratories having participated in EURAMET.PR-K2.b only.

CCPR-K2.b and EURAMET.PR-K2.b

MEASURAND : spectral responsivity
WAVELENGTH : 850 nm

  • Key comparison CCPR-K2.b

The key comparison reference value, xR, is calculated as the weighted mean of the participant's results, xi, weighted by the inverse square of the individual uncertainties, ui, with weights limited to a maximum of 20% (see details in Section 4.2 page 58 of the CCPR-K2.b Final report).

The key comparison reference value, expressed in A/W, together with its associated relative standard uncertainty, are given in Table 47, page 63, of the same Final Report.

The degree of equivalence of the each laboratory with respect to the key comparison reference value is given by a pair of terms:
Di = (xi - xR) and Ui its expanded uncertainty (k = 2), both expressed in relative units.

The degree of equivalence between two laboratories is given by a pair of terms:
Dij = Di - Dj and Uij its expanded uncertainty (k = 2), both expressed in relative units.

The detailed computation of the expanded uncertainties Ui and Uij is given on pages 62 and 63 of the CCPR-K2.b Final Report.

  • Key comparison EURAMET.PR-K2.b

The EURAMET.PR-K2.b individual results are first treated inside EURAMET through the computation of a EURAMET reference value and corresponding degrees of equivalence (see Section 7 of the Final Report).

Linkage to the CCPR-K2.b key comparison reference value is established through the common participation of LNE-INM, IO-CSIC and VSL in both key comparisons (see Section 8 of the Final Report).

This makes it possible to extend the table of degrees of equivalence and the graph of equivalence obtained for CCPR-K2.b to the laboratories having participated in EURAMET.PR-K2.b only.

CCPR-K2.b and EURAMET.PR-K2.b

MEASURAND : spectral responsivity
WAVELENGTH : 900 nm

  • Key comparison CCPR-K2.b

The key comparison reference value, xR, is calculated as the weighted mean of the participant's results, xi, weighted by the inverse square of the individual uncertainties, ui, with weights limited to a maximum of 20% (see details in Section 4.2 page 58 of the CCPR-K2.b Final report).

The key comparison reference value, expressed in A/W, together with its associated relative standard uncertainty, are given in Table 47, page 63, of the same Final Report.

The degree of equivalence of the each laboratory with respect to the key comparison reference value is given by a pair of terms:
Di = (xi - xR) and Ui its expanded uncertainty (k = 2), both expressed in relative units.

The degree of equivalence between two laboratories is given by a pair of terms:
Dij = Di - Dj and Uij its expanded uncertainty (k = 2), both expressed in relative units.

The detailed computation of the expanded uncertainties Ui and Uij is given on pages 62 and 63 of the CCPR-K2.b Final Report.

  • Key comparison EURAMET.PR-K2.b

The EURAMET.PR-K2.b individual results are first treated inside EURAMET through the computation of a EURAMET reference value and corresponding degrees of equivalence (see Section 7 of the Final Report).

Linkage to the CCPR-K2.b key comparison reference value is established through the common participation of LNE-INM, IO-CSIC and VSL in both key comparisons (see Section 8 of the Final Report).

This makes it possible to extend the table of degrees of equivalence and the graph of equivalence obtained for CCPR-K2.b to the laboratories having participated in EURAMET.PR-K2.b only.

CCPR-K2.b and EURAMET.PR-K2.b

MEASURAND : spectral responsivity
WAVELENGTH : 950 nm

  • Key comparison CCPR-K2.b

The key comparison reference value, xR, is calculated as the weighted mean of the participant's results, xi, weighted by the inverse square of the individual uncertainties, ui, with weights limited to a maximum of 20% (see details in Section 4.2 page 58 of the CCPR-K2.b Final report).

The key comparison reference value, expressed in A/W, together with its associated relative standard uncertainty, are given in Table 47, page 63, of the same Final Report.

The degree of equivalence of the each laboratory with respect to the key comparison reference value is given by a pair of terms:
Di = (xi - xR) and Ui its expanded uncertainty (k = 2), both expressed in relative units.

The degree of equivalence between two laboratories is given by a pair of terms:
Dij = Di - Dj and Uij its expanded uncertainty (k = 2), both expressed in relative units.

The detailed computation of the expanded uncertainties Ui and Uij is given on pages 62 and 63 of the CCPR-K2.b Final Report.

  • Key comparison EURAMET.PR-K2.b

The EURAMET.PR-K2.b individual results are first treated inside EURAMET through the computation of a EURAMET reference value and corresponding degrees of equivalence (see Section 7 of the Final Report).

Linkage to the CCPR-K2.b key comparison reference value is established through the common participation of LNE-INM, IO-CSIC and VSL in both key comparisons (see Section 8 of the Final Report).

This makes it possible to extend the table of degrees of equivalence and the graph of equivalence obtained for CCPR-K2.b to the laboratories having participated in EURAMET.PR-K2.b only.

CCPR-K2.b and EURAMET.PR-K2.b

MEASURAND : spectral responsivity
WAVELENGTH : 1000 nm

  • Key comparison CCPR-K2.b

The key comparison reference value, xR, is calculated as the weighted mean of the participant's results, xi, weighted by the inverse square of the individual uncertainties, ui, with weights limited to a maximum of 20% (see details in Section 4.2 page 58 of the CCPR-K2.b Final report).

The key comparison reference value, expressed in A/W, together with its associated relative standard uncertainty, are given in Table 47, page 63, of the same Final Report.

The degree of equivalence of the each laboratory with respect to the key comparison reference value is given by a pair of terms:
Di = (xi - xR) and Ui its expanded uncertainty (k = 2), both expressed in relative units.

The degree of equivalence between two laboratories is given by a pair of terms:
Dij = Di - Dj and Uij its expanded uncertainty (k = 2), both expressed in relative units.

The detailed computation of the expanded uncertainties Ui and Uij is given on pages 62 and 63 of the CCPR-K2.b Final Report.

  • Key comparison EURAMET.PR-K2.b

The EURAMET.PR-K2.b individual results are first treated inside EURAMET through the computation of a EURAMET reference value and corresponding degrees of equivalence (see Section 7 of the Final Report).

Linkage to the CCPR-K2.b key comparison reference value is established through the common participation of LNE-INM, IO-CSIC and VSL in both key comparisons (see Section 8 of the Final Report).

This makes it possible to extend the table of degrees of equivalence and the graph of equivalence obtained for CCPR-K2.b to the laboratories having participated in EURAMET.PR-K2.b only.

CCPR-K2.b and EURAMET.PR-K2.b

MEASURAND : spectral responsivity
WAVELENGTH : 300 nm

  • Key comparison CCPR-K2.b

The CCPR-K2.b laboratory individual measurements correspond to calibrations, expressed in A/W, of the BIPM reference by transfer of detectors.
These values, xi, together with the associated relative standard uncertainties, ui, are given in Table 48, page 64, of the CCPR-K2.b Final Report for all wavelengths.

  • Key comparison EURAMET.PR-K2.b

The EURAMET.PR-K2.b individual laboratory measurements are given in Section 5 and 6, starting page 14, of the EURAMET.PR-K2.b Final Report.

CCPR-K2.b and EURAMET.PR-K2.b

MEASURAND : spectral responsivity
WAVELENGTH : 320 nm

  • Key comparison CCPR-K2.b

The CCPR-K2.b laboratory individual measurements correspond to calibrations, expressed in A/W, of the BIPM reference by transfer of detectors.
These values, xi, together with the associated relative standard uncertainties, ui, are given in Table 48, page 64, of the CCPR-K2.b Final Report for all wavelengths.

  • Key comparison EURAMET.PR-K2.b

The EURAMET.PR-K2.b individual laboratory measurements are given in Section 5 and 6, starting page 14, of the EURAMET.PR-K2.b Final Report.

CCPR-K2.b and EURAMET.PR-K2.b

MEASURAND : spectral responsivity
WAVELENGTH : 340 nm

  • Key comparison CCPR-K2.b

The CCPR-K2.b laboratory individual measurements correspond to calibrations, expressed in A/W, of the BIPM reference by transfer of detectors.
These values, xi, together with the associated relative standard uncertainties, ui, are given in Table 48, page 64, of the CCPR-K2.b Final Report for all wavelengths.

  • Key comparison EURAMET.PR-K2.b

The EURAMET.PR-K2.b individual laboratory measurements are given in Section 5 and 6, starting page 14, of the EURAMET.PR-K2.b Final Report.

CCPR-K2.b and EURAMET.PR-K2.b

MEASURAND : spectral responsivity
WAVELENGTH : 360 nm

  • Key comparison CCPR-K2.b

The CCPR-K2.b laboratory individual measurements correspond to calibrations, expressed in A/W, of the BIPM reference by transfer of detectors.
These values, xi, together with the associated relative standard uncertainties, ui, are given in Table 48, page 64, of the CCPR-K2.b Final Report for all wavelengths.

  • Key comparison EURAMET.PR-K2.b

The EURAMET.PR-K2.b individual laboratory measurements are given in Section 5 and 6, starting page 14, of the EURAMET.PR-K2.b Final Report.

CCPR-K2.b and EURAMET.PR-K2.b

MEASURAND : spectral responsivity
WAVELENGTH : 380 nm

  • Key comparison CCPR-K2.b

The CCPR-K2.b laboratory individual measurements correspond to calibrations, expressed in A/W, of the BIPM reference by transfer of detectors.
These values, xi, together with the associated relative standard uncertainties, ui, are given in Table 48, page 64, of the CCPR-K2.b Final Report for all wavelengths.

  • Key comparison EURAMET.PR-K2.b

The EURAMET.PR-K2.b individual laboratory measurements are given in Section 5 and 6, starting page 14, of the EURAMET.PR-K2.b Final Report.

CCPR-K2.b and EURAMET.PR-K2.b

MEASURAND : spectral responsivity
WAVELENGTH : 400 nm

  • Key comparison CCPR-K2.b

The CCPR-K2.b laboratory individual measurements correspond to calibrations, expressed in A/W, of the BIPM reference by transfer of detectors.
These values, xi, together with the associated relative standard uncertainties, ui, are given in Table 48, page 64, of the CCPR-K2.b Final Report for all wavelengths.

  • Key comparison EURAMET.PR-K2.b

The EURAMET.PR-K2.b individual laboratory measurements are given in Section 5 and 6, starting page 14, of the EURAMET.PR-K2.b Final Report.

CCPR-K2.b and EURAMET.PR-K2.b

MEASURAND : spectral responsivity
WAVELENGTH : 450 nm

  • Key comparison CCPR-K2.b

The CCPR-K2.b laboratory individual measurements correspond to calibrations, expressed in A/W, of the BIPM reference by transfer of detectors.
These values, xi, together with the associated relative standard uncertainties, ui, are given in Table 48, page 64, of the CCPR-K2.b Final Report for all wavelengths.

  • Key comparison EURAMET.PR-K2.b

The EURAMET.PR-K2.b individual laboratory measurements are given in Section 5 and 6, starting page 14, of the EURAMET.PR-K2.b Final Report.

CCPR-K2.b and EURAMET.PR-K2.b

MEASURAND : spectral responsivity
WAVELENGTH : 500 nm

  • Key comparison CCPR-K2.b

The CCPR-K2.b laboratory individual measurements correspond to calibrations, expressed in A/W, of the BIPM reference by transfer of detectors.
These values, xi, together with the associated relative standard uncertainties, ui, are given in Table 48, page 64, of the CCPR-K2.b Final Report for all wavelengths.

  • Key comparison EURAMET.PR-K2.b

The EURAMET.PR-K2.b individual laboratory measurements are given in Section 5 and 6, starting page 14, of the EURAMET.PR-K2.b Final Report.

CCPR-K2.b and EURAMET.PR-K2.b

MEASURAND : spectral responsivity
WAVELENGTH : 550 nm

  • Key comparison CCPR-K2.b

The CCPR-K2.b laboratory individual measurements correspond to calibrations, expressed in A/W, of the BIPM reference by transfer of detectors.
These values, xi, together with the associated relative standard uncertainties, ui, are given in Table 48, page 64, of the CCPR-K2.b Final Report for all wavelengths.

  • Key comparison EURAMET.PR-K2.b

The EURAMET.PR-K2.b individual laboratory measurements are given in Section 5 and 6, starting page 14, of the EURAMET.PR-K2.b Final Report.

CCPR-K2.b and EURAMET.PR-K2.b

MEASURAND : spectral responsivity
WAVELENGTH : 600 nm

  • Key comparison CCPR-K2.b

The CCPR-K2.b laboratory individual measurements correspond to calibrations, expressed in A/W, of the BIPM reference by transfer of detectors.
These values, xi, together with the associated relative standard uncertainties, ui, are given in Table 48, page 64, of the CCPR-K2.b Final Report for all wavelengths.

  • Key comparison EURAMET.PR-K2.b

The EURAMET.PR-K2.b individual laboratory measurements are given in Section 5 and 6, starting page 14, of the EURAMET.PR-K2.b Final Report.

CCPR-K2.b and EURAMET.PR-K2.b

MEASURAND : spectral responsivity
WAVELENGTH : 650 nm

  • Key comparison CCPR-K2.b

The CCPR-K2.b laboratory individual measurements correspond to calibrations, expressed in A/W, of the BIPM reference by transfer of detectors.
These values, xi, together with the associated relative standard uncertainties, ui, are given in Table 48, page 64, of the CCPR-K2.b Final Report for all wavelengths.

  • Key comparison EURAMET.PR-K2.b

The EURAMET.PR-K2.b individual laboratory measurements are given in Section 5 and 6, starting page 14, of the EURAMET.PR-K2.b Final Report.

CCPR-K2.b and EURAMET.PR-K2.b

MEASURAND : spectral responsivity
WAVELENGTH : 700 nm

  • Key comparison CCPR-K2.b

The CCPR-K2.b laboratory individual measurements correspond to calibrations, expressed in A/W, of the BIPM reference by transfer of detectors.
These values, xi, together with the associated relative standard uncertainties, ui, are given in Table 48, page 64, of the CCPR-K2.b Final Report for all wavelengths.

  • Key comparison EURAMET.PR-K2.b

The EURAMET.PR-K2.b individual laboratory measurements are given in Section 5 and 6, starting page 14, of the EURAMET.PR-K2.b Final Report.

CCPR-K2.b and EURAMET.PR-K2.b

MEASURAND : spectral responsivity
WAVELENGTH : 750 nm

  • Key comparison CCPR-K2.b

The CCPR-K2.b laboratory individual measurements correspond to calibrations, expressed in A/W, of the BIPM reference by transfer of detectors.
These values, xi, together with the associated relative standard uncertainties, ui, are given in Table 48, page 64, of the CCPR-K2.b Final Report for all wavelengths.

  • Key comparison EURAMET.PR-K2.b

The EURAMET.PR-K2.b individual laboratory measurements are given in Section 5 and 6, starting page 14, of the EURAMET.PR-K2.b Final Report.

CCPR-K2.b and EURAMET.PR-K2.b

MEASURAND : spectral responsivity
WAVELENGTH : 800 nm

  • Key comparison CCPR-K2.b

The CCPR-K2.b laboratory individual measurements correspond to calibrations, expressed in A/W, of the BIPM reference by transfer of detectors.
These values, xi, together with the associated relative standard uncertainties, ui, are given in Table 48, page 64, of the CCPR-K2.b Final Report for all wavelengths.

  • Key comparison EURAMET.PR-K2.b

The EURAMET.PR-K2.b individual laboratory measurements are given in Section 5 and 6, starting page 14, of the EURAMET.PR-K2.b Final Report.

CCPR-K2.b and EURAMET.PR-K2.b

MEASURAND : spectral responsivity
WAVELENGTH : 850 nm

  • Key comparison CCPR-K2.b

The CCPR-K2.b laboratory individual measurements correspond to calibrations, expressed in A/W, of the BIPM reference by transfer of detectors.
These values, xi, together with the associated relative standard uncertainties, ui, are given in Table 48, page 64, of the CCPR-K2.b Final Report for all wavelengths.

  • Key comparison EURAMET.PR-K2.b

The EURAMET.PR-K2.b individual laboratory measurements are given in Section 5 and 6, starting page 14, of the EURAMET.PR-K2.b Final Report.

CCPR-K2.b and EURAMET.PR-K2.b

MEASURAND : spectral responsivity
WAVELENGTH : 900 nm

  • Key comparison CCPR-K2.b

The CCPR-K2.b laboratory individual measurements correspond to calibrations, expressed in A/W, of the BIPM reference by transfer of detectors.
These values, xi, together with the associated relative standard uncertainties, ui, are given in Table 48, page 64, of the CCPR-K2.b Final Report for all wavelengths.

  • Key comparison EURAMET.PR-K2.b

The EURAMET.PR-K2.b individual laboratory measurements are given in Section 5 and 6, starting page 14, of the EURAMET.PR-K2.b Final Report.

CCPR-K2.b and EURAMET.PR-K2.b

MEASURAND : spectral responsivity
WAVELENGTH : 950 nm

  • Key comparison CCPR-K2.b

The CCPR-K2.b laboratory individual measurements correspond to calibrations, expressed in A/W, of the BIPM reference by transfer of detectors.
These values, xi, together with the associated relative standard uncertainties, ui, are given in Table 48, page 64, of the CCPR-K2.b Final Report for all wavelengths.

  • Key comparison EURAMET.PR-K2.b

The EURAMET.PR-K2.b individual laboratory measurements are given in Section 5 and 6, starting page 14, of the EURAMET.PR-K2.b Final Report.

CCPR-K2.b and EURAMET.PR-K2.b

MEASURAND : spectral responsivity
WAVELENGTH : 1000 nm

  • Key comparison CCPR-K2.b

The CCPR-K2.b laboratory individual measurements correspond to calibrations, expressed in A/W, of the BIPM reference by transfer of detectors.
These values, xi, together with the associated relative standard uncertainties, ui, are given in Table 48, page 64, of the CCPR-K2.b Final Report for all wavelengths.

  • Key comparison EURAMET.PR-K2.b

The EURAMET.PR-K2.b individual laboratory measurements are given in Section 5 and 6, starting page 14, of the EURAMET.PR-K2.b Final Report.