CCPR-K6, EUROMET.PR-K6, EURAMET.PR-K6.1 and EURAMET.PR-K6.2

MEASURAND: Spectral regular transmittance
Filter A: 92 % nominal transmittance at 546 nm

Wavelength: 380 nm, 400 nm, 500 nm, 600 nm, 700 nm, 800 nm, 900 nm, and 1000 nm

Graphs of equivalence

Filter A - 380 nm: Di and Ui (k = 2)

Note: UIPQ = 9.762E-03; DUME = 1.466E-02 and UUME = 2.806E-03

Filter A - 400 nm: Di and Ui (k = 2)

Note: UIPQ = 8.374E-03; DUME = 1.515E-02 and UUME = 2.639E-03

Filter A - 500 nm: Di and Ui (k = 2)

Note: DINRIM = 5.285E-03 and UINRIM = 1.207E-03; DUME = 1.552E-02 and UUME = 3.540E-03

Filter A - 600 nm: Di and Ui (k = 2)

Note: DUME = 1.313E-02 and UUME = 2.161E-03

Filter A - 700 nm: Di and Ui (k = 2)

Note: DUME = 8.719E-03 and UUME = 9.100E-04

Filter A - 800 nm: Di and Ui (k = 2)

Filter A - 900 nm: Di and Ui (k = 2)

Filter A - 1000 nm: Di and Ui (k = 2)

Red diamonds : participants in CCPR-K6
Blue squares : participants in EUROMET.PR-K6
Green triangle : participant in EURAMET.PR-K6.1
Violet circle : participant in EURAMET.PR-K6.2

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

CCPR-K6, EUROMET.PR-K6, EURAMET.PR-K6.1 and EURAMET.PR-K6.2

MEASURAND: Spectral regular transmittance
Filter B: 56 % nominal transmittance at 546 nm

Wavelength: 380 nm, 400 nm, 500 nm, 600 nm, 700 nm, 800 nm, 900 nm, and 1000 nm

Graphs of equivalence

Filter B - 380 nm: Di and Ui (k = 2)

Note: DUME = 1.967E-02 and UUME = 4.210E-03

Filter B - 400 nm: Di and Ui (k = 2)

Filter B - 500 nm: Di and Ui (k = 2)

Filter B - 600 nm: Di and Ui (k = 2)

Filter B - 700 nm: Di and Ui (k = 2)

Filter B - 800 nm: Di and Ui (k = 2)

Filter B - 900 nm: Di and Ui (k = 2)

Filter B - 1000 nm: Di and Ui (k = 2)

Red diamonds : participants in CCPR-K6
Blue squares : participants in EUROMET.PR-K6
Green triangle : participant in EURAMET.PR-K6.1
Violet circle : participant in EURAMET.PR-K6.2

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

CCPR-K6, EUROMET.PR-K6, EURAMET.PR-K6.1 and EURAMET.PR-K6.2

MEASURAND: Spectral regular transmittance
Filter C: 10 % nominal transmittance at 546 nm

Wavelength: 380 nm, 400 nm, 500 nm, 600 nm, 700 nm, 800 nm, 900 nm, and 1000 nm

Graphs of equivalence

Filter C - 380 nm: Di and Ui (k = 2)

Note: DUME = 4.691E-03 and UUME = 7.527E-04

Filter C - 400 nm: Di and Ui (k = 2)

Note: UBEV = 2.002E-03

Filter C - 500 nm: Di and Ui (k = 2)

Note: DCMI = -2.259E-02 and UCMI = 1.087E-04

Filter C - 600 nm: Di and Ui (k = 2)

Note: UBEV = 2.402E-03; DSP = 6.872E-01 and USP = 4.260E-04

Filter C - 700 nm: Di and Ui (k = 2)

Note: UBEV = 2.401E-03

Filter C - 800 nm: Di and Ui (k = 2)

Note: UBEV = 2.201E-03

Filter C - 900 nm: Di and Ui (k = 2)

Note: DINRIM = 3.672E-03 and UINRIM = 4.112E-04; DSP = 2.226E-03 and USP = 1.183E-03; DUME = 1.594E-03 and UUME = 2.472E-04

Filter C - 1000 nm: Di and Ui (k = 2)

Note: DBEV = 1.533E-03 and UBEV = 2.200E-03; DINRIM = 2.689E-03 and UINRIM = 1.614E-04; DSP = 1.561E-03 and USP = 9.206E-04

Red diamonds : participants in CCPR-K6
Blue squares : participants in EUROMET.PR-K6
Green triangle : participant in EURAMET.PR-K6.1
Violet circle : participant in EURAMET.PR-K6.2

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

CCPR-K6, EUROMET.PR-K6, EURAMET.PR-K6.1 and EURAMET.PR-K6.2

MEASURAND: Spectral regular transmittance
Filter D: 1 % nominal transmittance at 546 nm

Wavelength: 380 nm, 400 nm, 500 nm, 600 nm, 700 nm, 800 nm, 900 nm, and 1000 nm

Graphs of equivalence

Filter D - 380 nm: Di and Ui (k = 2)

Note: UVNIIOFI = 6.540E-04; UBEV = 1.685E-03

Filter D - 400 nm: Di and Ui (k = 2)

Note: UVNIIOFI = 6.622E-04; UBEV = 1.542E-03

Filter D - 500 nm: Di and Ui (k = 2)

Note: UVNIIOFI = 5.983E-04; UBEV = 1.403E-03; DCMI = -2.016E-03 and UCMI = 9.717E-05

Filter D - 600 nm: Di and Ui (k = 2)

Note: UVNIIOFI = 6.281E-04; UBEV = 2.404E-03

Filter D - 700 nm: Di and Ui (k = 2)

Note: UBEV = 2.217E-03

Filter D - 800 nm: Di and Ui (k = 2)

Note: UVNIIOFI = 6.029E-04; UBEV = 2.002E-03

Filter D - 900 nm: Di and Ui (k = 2)

Note: UNMIJ = 1.178E-03; UVNIIOFI = 6.081E-04; UBEV = 2.000E-03; DINRIM = 9.023E-04 and UINRIM = 1.082E-04; DSP = 4.793E-04 and USP = 4.019E-04

Filter D - 1000 nm: Di and Ui (k = 2)

Note: UNMIJ = 1.030E-03; UVNIIOFI = 6.161E-04; UBEV = 1.801E-03; DINRIM = 6.069E-04 and UINRIM = 6.151E-05

Red diamonds : participants in CCPR-K6
Blue squares : participants in EUROMET.PR-K6
Green triangle : participant in EURAMET.PR-K6.1
Violet circle : participant in EURAMET.PR-K6.2

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

CCPR-K6, EUROMET.PR-K6 and EURAMET.PR-K6.1

MEASURAND: Spectral regular transmittance
Filter E: 0.1 % nominal transmittance at 546 nm
Wavelength: 380 nm, 400 nm, 500 nm, 600 nm, 700 nm, 800 nm, 900 nm, and 1000 nm

Graphs of equivalence

Filter E - 380 nm: Di and Ui (k = 2)

Note: UVNIIOFI = 6.583E-04; UBEV = 1.686E-03; DUME = 3.500E-04 and UUME = 7.136E-05

Filter E - 400 nm: Di and Ui (k = 2)

Note: UVNIIOFI = 6.181E-04; UBEV = 1.541E-03

Filter E - 500 nm: Di and Ui (k = 2)


Note: UVNIIOFI = 6.140E-04; UBEV = 1.400E-03

Filter E - 600 nm: Di and Ui (k = 2)

Note: UVNIIOFI = 6.360E-04; UBEV = 2.400E-03

Filter E - 700 nm: Di and Ui (k = 2)


Note: UVNIIOFI = 5.621E-04; UBEV = 2.000E-03

Filter E - 800 nm: Di and Ui (k = 2)

Note: UVNIIOFI = 6.160E-04; UBEV = 2.000E-03

Filter E - 900 nm: Di and Ui (k = 2)

Note: UNMIJ = 1.194E-03; UVNIIOFI = 6.020E-04; UBEV = 2.000E-03; DGUM = 2.892E-04 and UGUM = 4.061E-05; DINRIM = 3.580E-04 and UINRIM = 1.890E-05

Filter E - 1000 nm: Di and Ui (k = 2)

Note: UNMIJ = 1.006E-03; UVNIIOFI = 6.300E-04; UBEV = 1.800E-03; DCMI = -1.676E-03 and UCMI = 2.142E-05

Red diamonds : participants in CCPR-K6
Blue squares : participants in EUROMET.PR-K6 only
Green triangle : participant in EURAMET.PR-K6.1 only


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

CCPR-K6, EUROMET.PR-K6, EURAMET.PR-K6.1 and EURAMET.PR-K6.2

MEASURAND: Spectral regular transmittance
Filter A: 92 % nominal transmittance at 546 nm

Wavelength: 380 nm, 400 nm, 500 nm, 600 nm, 700 nm, 800 nm, 900 nm, and 1000 nm

The tables below show the degrees of equivalence relative to the key comparison reference values

Blue indicates participants in EUROMET.PR-K6
Green indicates participant in EURAMET.PR-K6.1
Orange indicates participant in EURAMET.PR-K6.1

Results are available in Summary Results (PDF file).

CCPR-K6, EUROMET.PR-K6, EURAMET.PR-K6.1 and EURAMET.PR-K6.2

MEASURAND: Spectral regular transmittance
Filter B: 56 % nominal transmittance at 546 nm

Wavelength: 380 nm, 400 nm, 500 nm, 600 nm, 700 nm, 800 nm, 900 nm, and 1000 nm

The tables below show the degrees of equivalence relative to the key comparison reference values

Blue indicates participants in EUROMET.PR-K6
Green indicates participant in EURAMET.PR-K6.1
Orange indicates participant in EURAMET.PR-K6.1

Results are available in Summary Results (PDF file).

CCPR-K6, EUROMET.PR-K6, EURAMET.PR-K6.1 and EURAMET.PR-K6.2

MEASURAND: Spectral regular transmittance
Filter C: 10 % nominal transmittance at 546 nm

Wavelength: 380 nm, 400 nm, 500 nm, 600 nm, 700 nm, 800 nm, 900 nm, and 1000 nm

The tables below show the degrees of equivalence relative to the key comparison reference values

Blue indicates participants in EUROMET.PR-K6
Green indicates participant in EURAMET.PR-K6.1
Orange indicates participant in EURAMET.PR-K6.1

Results are available in Summary Results (PDF file).

CCPR-K6, EUROMET.PR-K6, EURAMET.PR-K6.1 and EURAMET.PR-K6.2

MEASURAND: Spectral regular transmittance
Filter D: 1 % nominal transmittance at 546 nm

Wavelength: 380 nm, 400 nm, 500 nm, 600 nm, 700 nm, 800 nm, 900 nm, and 1000 nm

The tables below show the degrees of equivalence relative to the key comparison reference values

Blue indicates participants in EUROMET.PR-K6
Green indicates participant in EURAMET.PR-K6.1
Orange indicates participant in EURAMET.PR-K6.1

Results are available in Summary Results (PDF file).

CCPR-K6, EUROMET.PR-K6 and EURAMET.PR-K6.1

MEASURAND: Spectral regular transmittance
Filter E: 0.1 % nominal transmittance at 546 nm
Wavelength: 380 nm, 400 nm, 500 nm, 600 nm, 700 nm, 800 nm, 900 nm, and 1000 nm

The tables below show the degrees of equivalence relative to the key comparison reference values


Blue indicates participants in EUROMET.PR-K6 only
Green indicates participant in EURAMET.PR-K6.1 only

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

Results are available in Summary Results (PDF file).

Comparison
Comparison close
CC comparison
Linked comparison
CCPR-K6
Metrology area, Sub-field Photometry and Radiometry, Properties of materials
Description Spectral regular transmittance
Time of measurements 2000 - 2001
Status Approved for equivalence
Final Reports of the comparisons
References

CCPR-K6 Technical Protocol

Measurand Spectral regular transmittance
Parameters Wavelength from 380 nm to 1000 nm
Transfer device Coloured glass filters with nominal transmittance of approximately 92%, 56%, 10%, 1% and 0.1%
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 29 January 2009

EUROMET.PR-K6, EURAMET.PR-K6.1 and EURAMET.PR-K6.2 results are linked to those of CCPR-K6

Spectral regular transmittance

Pilot institute LNE-INM/Cnam
Conservatoire National des Arts et Métiers/Institut National de Métrologie
France
Contact person Jean Bastie
noemail@wanadoo.fr
Additional
First Name Last Name
wwww@ww.www +356719836 Institute 1 Institute 1 Khmelnitskiy
IFA-CSIC

Instituto de Fisica Aplicada - Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Cientificas, now IO-CSIC, Instituto de Optica Daza de Valdés, Spain, EURAMET

KRISS

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

LNE-INM

Conservatoire national des arts et métiers / Institut National de Métrologie, France, EURAMET

MIKES

VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland Ltd, Centre for Metrology/Mittatekniikan keskus, Finland, EURAMET

MSL

Measurement Standards Laboratory, New Zealand, APMP

NIST

National Institute of Standards and Technology, United States, SIM

NMC, A*STAR

National Metrology Centre, Agency for Science, Technology and Research, Singapore, APMP

NMIA

National Measurement Institute, Australia, Australia, APMP

NMIJ AIST

National Metrology Institute of Japan, Japan, APMP

NMi-VSL

Nederlands Meetinstituut - Van Swinden Laboratorium (became VSL in 2009), Netherlands, EURAMET

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-K6, EUROMET.PR-K6, EURAMET.PR-K6.1 and EURAMET.PR-K6.2

  • Key comparison CCPR-K6

MEASURAND: Spectral regular transmittance
Filter A: 92 % nominal transmittance at 546 nm

Wavelength: 380 nm, 400 nm, 500 nm, 600 nm, 700 nm, 800 nm, 900 nm, and 1000 nm

The key comparison reference value, xR, and its standard uncertainty, uR, are deduced from the participants' results compared to the Pilot's results, using a weighted mean with application of a cut-off, outliers being excluded, as explained in Sections 5 and 8 of the Final Report.

380 nm: xR = 4.357E-04, uR = 1.058E-04
400 nm: xR = 3.701E-04, uR = 8.210E-05
500 nm: xR = 3.234E-04, uR = 6.338E-05
600 nm: xR = 3.075E-04, uR = 6.302E-05
700 nm: xR = 4.225E-04, uR = 6.926E-05
800 nm: xR = 6.383E-04, uR = 4.380E-05
900 nm: xR = 5.228E-04, uR = 6.047E-05
1000 nm: xR = 4.211E-04, uR = 6.443E-05

The degree of equivalence of laboratory i relative to the key comparison reference value is given by a pair of terms: Di and its expanded uncertainty (k = 2) Ui, computed according to equations 16 and 17 on page 52 of the Final Report (see also Section 9 on page 62).

The degrees of equivalence between pairs of laboratories have not been computed for this key comparison.

  • Linking key comparison EUROMET.PR-K6 to CCPR-K6

The linking process is described in section 6 of the EUROMET.PR-K6 Final Report. For each wavelength, the Matrix and the Graph of equivalence obtained in CCPR-K6 are extended to the participants in EUROMET.PR-K6 only.

  • Linking key comparison EURAMET.PR-K6.1 to CCPR-K6

The linking process is described in section 6 of the EURAMET.PR-K6.1 Final Report. For each wavelength, the Matrix and the Graph of equivalence obtained in CCPR-K6 are extended to DMDM participant in EURAMET.PR-K6.1 only.

  • Linking key comparison EURAMET.PR-K6.2 to CCPR-K6

The linking is made via the VSL who participated both in the CCPR-K6 and EURAMET.PR-K6.2 comparisons.

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

CCPR-K6, EUROMET.PR-K6, EURAMET.PR-K6.1 and EURAMET.PR-K6.2

  • Key comparison CCPR-K6

MEASURAND: Spectral regular transmittance
Filter B: 56 % nominal transmittance at 546 nm

Wavelength: 380 nm, 400 nm, 500 nm, 600 nm, 700 nm, 800 nm, 900 nm, and 1000 nm

The key comparison reference value, xR, and its standard uncertainty, uR, are deduced from the participants' results compared to the Pilot's results, using a weighted mean with application of a cut-off, outliers being excluded, as explained in Sections 5 and 8 of the Final Report.

380 nm: xR = 1.540E-03, uR = 1.637E-04
400 nm: xR = 1.093E-03, uR = 1.187E-04
500 nm: xR = 9.756E-04, uR = 1.139E-04
600 nm: xR = 7.611E-04, uR = 6.358E-05
700 nm: xR = 3.424E-04, uR = 5.251E-05
800 nm: xR = 2.010E-04, uR = 5.879E-05
900 nm: xR = 7.263E-05, uR = 5.819E-05
1000 nm: xR = 1.051E-04, uR = 6.384E-05

The degree of equivalence of laboratory i relative to the key comparison reference value is given by a pair of terms: Di and its expanded uncertainty (k = 2) Ui, computed according to equations 16 and 17 on page 52 of the Final Report (see also Section 9 on page 62).

The degrees of equivalence between pairs of laboratories have not been computed for this key comparison.

  • Linking key comparison EUROMET.PR-K6 to CCPR-K6

The linking process is described in section 6 of the EUROMET.PR-K6 Final Report. For each wavelength, the Matrix and the Graph of equivalence obtained in CCPR-K6 are extended to the participants in EUROMET.PR-K6 only.

  • Linking key comparison EURAMET.PR-K6.1 to CCPR-K6

The linking process is described in section 6 of the EURAMET.PR-K6.1 Final Report. For each wavelength, the Matrix and the Graph of equivalence obtained in CCPR-K6 are extended to DMDM participant in EURAMET.PR-K6.1 only.

  • Linking key comparison EURAMET.PR-K6.2 to CCPR-K6

The linking is made via the VSL who participated both in the CCPR-K6 and EURAMET.PR-K6.2 comparisons.

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

CCPR-K6, EUROMET.PR-K6, EURAMET.PR-K6.1 and EURAMET.PR-K6.2

  • Key comparison CCPR-K6

MEASURAND: Spectral regular transmittance
Filter C: 10 % nominal transmittance at 546 nm
Wavelength: 380 nm, 400 nm, 500 nm, 600 nm, 700 nm, 800 nm, 900 nm, and 1000 nm

The key comparison reference value, xR, and its standard uncertainty, uR, are deduced from the participants' results compared to the Pilot's results, using a weighted mean with application of a cut-off, outliers being excluded, as explained in Sections 5 and 8 of the Final Report.

380 nm: xR = 1.211E-04, uR = 3.114E-05
400 nm: xR = -3.117E-05, uR = 2.835E-05
500 nm: xR = 1.156E-04, uR = 2.193E-05
600 nm: xR = 1.777E-04, uR = 1.765E-05
700 nm: xR = 9.633E-05, uR = 2.987E-05
800 nm: xR = 1.455E-05, uR = 2.755E-05
900 nm: xR = 8.838E-06, uR = 1.978E-05
1000 nm: xR = -1.840E-06, uR = 1.555E-05

The degree of equivalence of laboratory i relative to the key comparison reference value is given by a pair of terms: Di and its expanded uncertainty (k = 2) Ui, computed according to equations 16 and 17 on page 52 of the Final Report (see also Section 9 on page 62).

The degrees of equivalence between pairs of laboratories have not been computed for this key comparison.
  • Linking key comparison EUROMET.PR-K6 to CCPR-K6

The linking process is described in section 6 of the EUROMET.PR-K6 Final Report. For each wavelength, the Matrix and the Graph of equivalence obtained in CCPR-K6 are extended to the participants in EUROMET.PR-K6 only.

  • Linking key comparison EURAMET.PR-K6.1 to CCPR-K6

The linking process is described in section 6 of the EURAMET.PR-K6.1 Final Report. For each wavelength, the Matrix and the Graph of equivalence obtained in CCPR-K6 are extended to DMDM participant in EURAMET.PR-K6.1 only.

  • Linking key comparison EURAMET.PR-K6.2 to CCPR-K6

The linking is made via the VSL who participated both in the CCPR-K6 and EURAMET.PR-K6.2 comparisons.

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

CCPR-K6, EUROMET.PR-K6, EURAMET.PR-K6.1 and EURAMET.PR-K6.2

MEASURAND: Spectral regular transmittance
Filter D: 1 % nominal transmittance at 546 nm
Wavelength: 380 nm, 400 nm, 500 nm, 600 nm, 700 nm, 800 nm, 900 nm, and 1000 nm

  • Key comparison CCPR-K6

The key comparison reference value, xR, and its standard uncertainty, uR, are deduced from the participants' results compared to the Pilot's results, using a weighted mean with application of a cut-off, outliers being excluded, as explained in Sections 5 and 8 of the Final Report.

380 nm: xR = -1.599E-06, uR = 3.689E-06
400 nm: xR = -1.185E-05, uR = 4.792E-06
500 nm: xR = 8.555E-06, uR = 4.187E-06
600 nm: xR = 4.101E-05, uR = 4.668E-06
700 nm: xR = 3.374E-05, uR = 1.090E-05
800 nm: xR = 6.546E-06, uR = 8.918E-06
900 nm: xR = -4.104E-06, uR = 6.348E-06
1000 nm: xR = -3.835E-06, uR = 5.411E-06

The degree of equivalence of laboratory i relative to the key comparison reference value is given by a pair of terms: Di and its expanded uncertainty (k = 2) Ui, computed according to equations 16 and 17 on page 52 of the Final Report (see also Section 9 on page 62).

The degrees of equivalence between pairs of laboratories have not been computed for this key comparison.
  • Linking key comparison EUROMET.PR-K6 to CCPR-K6

The linking process is described in section 6 of the EUROMET.PR-K6 Final Report. For each wavelength, the Matrix and the Graph of equivalence obtained in CCPR-K6 are extended to the participants in EUROMET.PR-K6 only.

  • Linking key comparison EURAMET.PR-K6.1 to CCPR-K6

The linking process is described in section 6 of the EURAMET.PR-K6.1 Final Report. For each wavelength, the Matrix and the Graph of equivalence obtained in CCPR-K6 are extended to DMDM participant in EURAMET.PR-K6.1 only.

  • Linking key comparison EURAMET.PR-K6.2 to CCPR-K6

The linking is made via the VSL who participated both in the CCPR-K6 and EURAMET.PR-K6.2 comparisons.

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

CCPR-K6, EUROMET.PR-K6 and EURAMET.PR-K6.1

MEASURAND: Spectral regular transmittance
Filter E: 0.1 % nominal transmittance at 546 nm
Wavelength: 380 nm, 400 nm, 500 nm, 600 nm, 700 nm, 800 nm, 900 nm, and 1000 nm

  • Key comparison CCPR-K6

The key comparison reference value, xR, and its standard uncertainty, uR, are deduced from the participants' results compared to the Pilot's results, using a weighted mean with application of a cut-off, outliers being excluded, as explained in Sections 5 and 8 of the Final Report.

380 nm: xR = 1.049E-06, uR = 2.379E-06
400 nm: xR = -6.444E-09, uR = 1.209E-06
500 nm: xR = 2.954E-06, uR = 1.125E-06
600 nm: xR = 8.210E-06, uR = 1.484E-06
700 nm: xR = 7.620E-06, uR = 4.124E-06
800 nm: xR = 1.543E-05, uR = 3.869E-06
900 nm: xR = -2.187E-06, uR = 3.015E-06
1000 nm: xR = -9.511E-06, uR = 2.903E-06

The degree of equivalence of laboratory i relative to the key comparison reference value is given by a pair of terms: Di and its expanded uncertainty (k = 2) Ui, computed according to equations 16 and 17 on page 52 of the Final Report (see also Section 9 on page 62).

The degrees of equivalence between pairs of laboratories have not been computed for this key comparison.
  • Linking key comparison EUROMET.PR-K6 to CCPR-K6

The linking process is described in section 6 of the EUROMET.PR-K6 Final Report. For each wavelength, the Matrix and the Graph of equivalence obtained in CCPR-K6 are extended to the participants in EUROMET.PR-K6 only.

  • Linking key comparison EURAMET.PR-K6.1 to CCPR-K6

The linking process is described in section 6 of the EURAMET.PR-K6.1 Final Report. For each wavelength, the Matrix and the Graph of equivalence obtained in CCPR-K6 are extended to DMDM participant in EURAMET.PR-K6.1 only.

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

CCPR-K6, EUROMET.PR-K6, EURAMET.PR-K6.1 and EURAMET.PR-K6.2

MEASURAND: Spectral regular transmittance
Filter A: 92 % nominal transmittance at 546 nm

  • Key comparison CCPR-K6

The filter characteristics are detailed in Table 3 on page 7 of the Final Report.

Measurements are carried out for eight wavelengths: 380 nm, 400 nm, 500 nm, 600 nm, 700 nm, 800 nm, 900 nm, and 1000 nm.
Absolute transmission measurements and associated uncertainties of all participants are available in the Annex B of the Final Report.

  • Key comparison EUROMET.PR-K6

The filter standards used are detailed in section 3.1 of the EUROMET.PR-K6 Final Report.

Measurements are carried out for eight wavelengths: 380 nm, 400 nm, 500 nm, 600 nm, 700 nm, 800 nm, 900 nm, and 1000 nm.
Absolute transmission measurements and associated uncertainties of all participants are available in the Annex B of the EUROMET.PR-K6 Final Report.

  • Key comparison EURAMET.PR-K6.1

The filter standards used are detailed in section 3.1 of the EURAMET.PR-K6.1 Final Report.

Measurements are carried out for eight wavelengths: 380 nm, 400 nm, 500 nm, 600 nm, 700 nm, 800 nm, 900 nm, and 1000 nm.
Absolute transmission measurements and associated uncertainties of the participants are available in page 17 of the EURAMET.PR-K6.1 Final Report.

  • Key comparison EURAMET.PR-K6.2

The filter standards used are listed on p. 2 in the EURAMET.PR-K6.2 Final Report. Measurements are carried out for five wavelengths: 380 nm, 400 nm, 500 nm, 600 nm and 700 nm. Measurement results are listed on pp. 4 to 10 in the EURAMET.PR-K6.2 Final Report.

CCPR-K6, EUROMET.PR-K6, EURAMET.PR-K6.1 and EURAMET.PR-K6.2

MEASURAND: Spectral regular transmittance
Filter B: 56 % nominal transmittance at 546 nm

  • Key comparison CCPR-K6

The filter characteristics are detailed in Table 3 on page 7 of the Final Report.

Measurements are carried out for eight wavelengths: 380 nm, 400 nm, 500 nm, 600 nm, 700 nm, 800 nm, 900 nm, and 1000 nm.
Absolute transmission measurements and associated uncertainties of all participants are available in the Annex B of the Final Report.

  • Key comparison EUROMET.PR-K6

The filter standards used are detailed in section 3.1 of the EUROMET.PR-K6 Final Report.

Measurements are carried out for eight wavelengths: 380 nm, 400 nm, 500 nm, 600 nm, 700 nm, 800 nm, 900 nm, and 1000 nm.
Absolute transmission measurements and associated uncertainties of all participants are available in the Annex B of the EUROMET.PR-K6 Final Report.

  • Key comparison EURAMET.PR-K6.1

The filter standards used are detailed in section 3.1 of the EURAMET.PR-K6.1 Final Report.

Measurements are carried out for eight wavelengths: 380 nm, 400 nm, 500 nm, 600 nm, 700 nm, 800 nm, 900 nm, and 1000 nm.
Absolute transmission measurements and associated uncertainties of the participants are available in page 17 of the EURAMET.PR-K6.1 Final Report.

  • Key comparison EURAMET.PR-K6.2

The filter standards used are listed on p. 2 in the EURAMET.PR-K6.2 Final Report. Measurements are carried out for five wavelengths: 380 nm, 400 nm, 500 nm, 600 nm and 700 nm. Measurement results are listed on pp. 4 to 10 in the EURAMET.PR-K6.2 Final Report.

CCPR-K6, EUROMET.PR-K6, EURAMET.PR-K6.1 and EURAMET.PR-K6.2

MEASURAND: Spectral regular transmittance
Filter C: 10 % nominal transmittance at 546 nm

  • Key comparison CCPR-K6

The filter characteristics are detailed in Table 3 on page 7 of the Final Report.

Measurements are carried out for eight wavelengths: 380 nm, 400 nm, 500 nm, 600 nm, 700 nm, 800 nm, 900 nm, and 1000 nm.
Absolute transmission measurements and associated uncertainties of all participants are available in the Annex B of the Final Report.

  • Key comparison EUROMET.PR-K6

The filter standards used are detailed in section 3.1 of the EUROMET.PR-K6 Final Report.

Measurements are carried out for eight wavelengths: 380 nm, 400 nm, 500 nm, 600 nm, 700 nm, 800 nm, 900 nm, and 1000 nm.
Absolute transmission measurements and associated uncertainties of all participants are available in the Annex B of the EUROMET.PR-K6 Final Report.

  • Key comparison EURAMET.PR-K6.1

The filter standards used are detailed in section 3.1 of the EURAMET.PR-K6.1 Final Report.

Measurements are carried out for eight wavelengths: 380 nm, 400 nm, 500 nm, 600 nm, 700 nm, 800 nm, 900 nm, and 1000 nm.
Absolute transmission measurements and associated uncertainties of the participants are available in page 17 of the EURAMET.PR-K6.1 Final Report.

  • Key comparison EURAMET.PR-K6.2

The filter standards used are listed on p. 2 in the EURAMET.PR-K6.2 Final Report. Measurements are carried out for five wavelengths: 380 nm, 400 nm, 500 nm, 600 nm and 700 nm. Measurement results are listed on pp. 4 to 10 in the EURAMET.PR-K6.2 Final Report.

CCPR-K6, EUROMET.PR-K6, EURAMET.PR-K6.1 and EURAMET.PR-K6.2

MEASURAND: Spectral regular transmittance
Filter D: 1 % nominal transmittance at 546 nm

  • Key comparison CCPR-K6

The filter characteristics are detailed in Table 3 on page 7 of the Final Report.

Measurements are carried out for eight wavelengths: 380 nm, 400 nm, 500 nm, 600 nm, 700 nm, 800 nm, 900 nm, and 1000 nm.
Absolute transmission measurements and associated uncertainties of all participants are available in the Annex B of the Final Report.

  • Key comparison EUROMET.PR-K6

The filter standards used are detailed in section 3.1 of the EUROMET.PR-K6 Final Report.

Measurements are carried out for eight wavelengths: 380 nm, 400 nm, 500 nm, 600 nm, 700 nm, 800 nm, 900 nm, and 1000 nm.
Absolute transmission measurements and associated uncertainties of all participants are available in the Annex B of the EUROMET.PR-K6 Final Report.

  • Key comparison EURAMET.PR-K6.1

The filter standards used are detailed in section 3.1 of the EURAMET.PR-K6.1 Final Report.

Measurements are carried out for eight wavelengths: 380 nm, 400 nm, 500 nm, 600 nm, 700 nm, 800 nm, 900 nm, and 1000 nm.
Absolute transmission measurements and associated uncertainties of the participants are available in page 17 of the EURAMET.PR-K6.1 Final Report.

  • Key comparison EURAMET.PR-K6.2

The filter standards used are listed on p. 2 in the EURAMET.PR-K6.2 Final Report. Measurements are carried out for five wavelengths: 380 nm, 400 nm, 500 nm, 600 nm and 700 nm. Measurement results are listed on pp. 4 to 10 in the EURAMET.PR-K6.2 Final Report.

CCPR-K6, EUROMET.PR-K6 and EURAMET.PR-K6.1

MEASURAND: Spectral regular transmittance
Filter E: 0.1 % nominal transmittance at 546 nm

  • Key comparison CCPR-K6

The filter characteristics are detailed in Table 3 on page 7 of the Final Report.

Measurements are carried out for eight wavelengths: 380 nm, 400 nm, 500 nm, 600 nm, 700 nm, 800 nm, 900 nm, and 1000 nm.
Absolute transmission measurements and associated uncertainties of all participants are available in the Annex B of the Final Report.

  • Key comparison EUROMET.PR-K6

The filter standards used are detailed in section 3.1 of the EUROMET.PR-K6 Final Report.

Measurements are carried out for eight wavelengths: 380 nm, 400 nm, 500 nm, 600 nm, 700 nm, 800 nm, 900 nm, and 1000 nm.
Absolute transmission measurements and associated uncertainties of all participants are available in the Annex B of the EUROMET.PR-K6 Final Report.

  • Key comparison EURAMET.PR-K6.1

The filter standards used are detailed in section 3.1 of the EURAMET.PR-K6.1 Final Report.

Measurements are carried out for eight wavelengths: 380 nm, 400 nm, 500 nm, 600 nm, 700 nm, 800 nm, 900 nm, and 1000 nm.
Absolute transmission measurements and associated uncertainties of the participants are available in page 17 of the EURAMET.PR-K6.1 Final Report.