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CIPM MRA Appendix C Calibration and Measurement Capability (CMC) Declarations

Calibration or Measurement Service Measurand Level or Range Measurement Conditions/Independent Variable


Expande

Quantity Instrument or
Instrument
Artifact Type
Minimum
or Method
value
Maximum value
Units Parameter Specifications Value

Click on a heading to see its description.


Follow the recommendations provided in worksheets "Formatting Instructions", "Formatting Ex
"Uncertainty matrix example" and "Closely related CMCs"
eclarations

Expanded Uncertainty Reference Standard used


Listin
ofcalibration
Comparisons supporting
RMOthis
Service
measurement/
Administratio

Units Coverage Factor


Level of Confidence
Is the expanded
Standard
uncertainty
Sourcea relative
of traceability
one? NMI Service Identifier

tions", "Formatting Examples",


RMO Service Administration Comments to be published via the database
intra / inter - RMO review

Service Category
NMI Imternal Comment
UncertaintyTag
Matrix
for closely related CMCs
Reviewer'
Review NMI
s
Status answer
Comment
Field

Quantity
Calibration or Measurement
Service Instrument or Artifact
White cells contain information that will be published in the KCDB web page

Instrument Type or Method


Minimum value
Maximum value
Measurand Level or Range
Units

Parameter

Measurement
Conditions/Independent
Variable Specifications

Value

Units

Coverage Factor
Expanded Uncertainty

Level of Confidence

Is the expanded uncertainty a


relative one?

Standard
Information for reviewers.
Not to be published

Reference Standard used in


calibration
Source of traceability

List of Comparisons supporting this


measurement/calibration service
Identifier are published in
NMI and NMI Service NMI Service Identifier

the KCDB
RMO Service
NMI
Administration

Service Category

Internal Comment
To be published
in the KCDB

Comments to be published via the database

Uncertainty Matrix

Comment
added in Tag for closely related CMCs
the KCDB
Review Status
intra / inter Reviewer's Comment
- RMO
review NMI answer
Description
Enter the quantity being measured. In the area of Length this filed is
called "Class" and specifies the type of artifact under calibration, for
example: "diameter standards", "end standards", "CMM artifacts".
Device under calibration. Item received by the customer
This field may be used to further specify the type of instrument to be
calibrated or the calibration method
The measurement range can be expressed explicitly or implicitly
(i.e. through a range of parameters) but never with a reference to
other services. Implicit specifications must provide enough
information in the parameters section so as to indicate the range of
validity of the uncertainty statement.

Examples of parameters are calibration conditions like ambient


temperature, a variable condition like frequency for AC electrical
quantities or a radionuclide for a CMC in radioactivity:
Parameter Specifications
---------------------- ----------------------------------------
Temperature 20 ºC
Frequency 10 Hz to 100 Hz
Co-60 rectangular, planar sources

Use separate lines if specifying more than one parameter. Never


imbed more than one line in a single cell.

Provide an unambiguous uncertainty statement. Examples are a fixed


value, a range of values or a formula in terms of the measurand or a
parameter. When the measurand and the uncertainty cover a range of
values, it is assumed that linear interpolation can be used to find
intermediate values.
The coverage factor and the level of confidence should be consistent
with an assumed distribution shape. Normal values are 2 and 95 %,
respectively, but other values may be given if it is customary in a
given metrology field and the issuing laboratory has enough
information on the measurement distribution.

Write "Yes" or "No". This is especially important when both, the


measurement and the uncertainty levels are given as percentages but
is should never be left blank.
Indicate the standard that is used to carry out the calibration or
measurement.
Provide the name(s) or acronym(s) of the NMI(s) that hold(s) the
primary standard(s) from which the standard specified in the previous See special instructions for RI
cell obtains traceability to the SI. Additionally, indicate the names of
intermediate laboratories if this traceability is not obtained directly
from the above-mentioned primary NMI(s).
Provide the name of comparisons as designated by the organizers.
Comparisons listed in Appendix B are preferred but CC working
groups on CMCs may accept other types of comparisons.
Each laboratory can choose how to identify its internal service
identifiers. Examples are a simple consecutive number or the NMI
catalogue number. Internal identifiers that include blank characters or
a series of words should be avoided.
The organization that is responsible for the CMC declaration. Use the
official abbreviation for the NMI or Designated Service Provider.
Service number to be drawn from service categories identified by the CC of each metrology area. Click here for links to se

Comments on services
Information listed here will be published with the CMC. Examples are
restrictions on the service scope requested by reviewers. After 24
May 2004 the KCDB adds the publication date in this field.

Name of the worksheet that contains the uncertainty matrix for this
CMC
See "Uncertainty matrix example"
Field used to identify two or more closely related CMCS
See "Closely related CMCs"

To be used by the RMO review panel.


To be used by the RMO review panel for comments
To be used by the issuing NMI to communicate comments to
reviewers.
Links to the classifications of services for CMCs
submitted for publication in Appendix C of the CIPM
MRA
AUV Classification of services in Acoustics Ultrasound and Vibration
EM Classification of services in Electricity and Magnetism
L Classification of services in Length
M Classification of services in Mass and Related Quantities
PR Classification of services in Photomertry and Radiometry
IR Classification of services in Ionizing Radiation
T Classification of services in Thermometry
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Formatting Instructions

GENERAL FORMATTING CONSIDERATIONS


All cells in the white area should have the following format:
·     Number: Text
·    Horizontal alignment: Centred
·     Vertical alignment: Top
·    Text control: Wrap
·     Font: Arial 10 or Symbol 10 (for Greek letters)
·     Style: Normal for all fields but quantities in Italics (e.g. “L” for length) (never use italics for units) 

NOTE: Do not use the "percentage" or "scientific" formats. Formatting all cells in text ensures that the informati


database. In addition, it does not prevent, and even often simplifies, the writing of statements such as "95%" or "

Translate all words into English.


 

Use a period "." as the decimal separator rather than a comma ",".


Avoid abbreviations. For instance, write "relative" instead of "rel.".
Textual descriptions begin with a capital letter but no other capital letters should be used in the same cell,
instance "Relative AC/DC voltage difference", but not "Relative AC/DC Voltage Difference").
Specifications of parameters should never begin with a capital letter (this case is very rare since the paramete
consist of value ranges). 
Do not insert unneeded blank characters to improve the appearance of the cells. For example, do not write "
to make the "100 mm" appear well-centred in the cell.
Never use the semicolon ";" inside a cell (this may be interpreted as a cell separator when importing the file int
however, use the colon ":" and the comma ",".
Do not imbed returns, spaces or tabs in a single cell to force word wrapping, even if it appears to improve th
never use the function "Alt+Return" (it inserts a "carriage return" inside an Excel cell).

LINE AND CELL SEPARATIONS


Multiple entries in a single cell must be separated vertically into separate cells and cells must not be merge
specially when the description of one CMC is valid for different measurand ranges and/or includes several param
In these cases:
·      use only one measurand range per CMC and repeat all other relevant information;
·      place each parameter and specification in its own cell.
See the "Formatting Examples" worksheet
Only one service category should be written in the appropriate cell. If the CMC line corresponds to two serv
CMC line should be repeated twice with two different service numbers. Do not add any blank character before
number (i.e., never write "2.1.  3").
Do not add lines to a CMC for information in the blue or yellow sections. Write all items in the same cell or u
Otherwise the file will not be correctly imported into the database.

WRITING NUMBERS AND UNITS


Superscripts and subscripts can be used, but not for numbers (especially not for powers of ten, see instructio
in the expression of units such as "m/s2". Subscripts can be used in quantities such as "HCB".
A blank character may be used in a complicated unit [for example "µW/(V A)"]. In such a case the blank cha
necessary. Avoid using the "dot above the line" (Alt+0149) which has the meaning of "multiplication" of units (th
the database; it is better to insert a blank character or to leave it blank).
 If a unit like "dB" needs a reference value this should be written in parenthesis. For example: “dB (referenc

When writing numbers use the scientific notation as often as possible in the format "YE-XX", where: 
·   "Y" is a number that may include decimals using the point "." as the decimal separator.
·   Do not separate the number "Y" from the exponent "E-XX" by a blank or any other character.
·   Always write the part "-XX" with three characters (and not two): a "-" or "+" sign and two integers (for in
expressions such as "1E-9" for  "1E-09", or "4.23E04" for "4.23E+04"). The sign "-" is obtained in Arial as a sho
Do not use "±" in the uncertainty column; "±" is reserved for ranges in the specification of parameters.
The "±" sign may be obtained by typing "ALT+0177".
Do not use a blank character in the multiplication of a number by a quantity (thus, write "0.24L" and not "0.24 L"

When the expanded uncertainty is given as a function of a quantity its range and units must be specified. I
the range may be indicated in other cells. For example "Q[20,
When writing a parameter range units should be given at both 0.24L],
endsL in
of mm" and, in column B: "Gauge bloc
the range. In addition, use "to" instea
interpreted as the "minus" sign (for example the specification of the parameter "Frequency", "10 - 20 Hz", should
Hz").
The level of confidence should be written as a percentage (such as "95%") and not as the number "0.95". G
been previously defined in "text" format, this result is obtained by typing "9" "5" "%" without inserting any blank

ADDITIONAL RECOMMENDATIONS
Check that the NMI acronym is given for all the CMC lines included in the file. Avoid unnecessary blank ch
Once the acronym is chosen, it should be unique and always written in the same way. As an example, the databas
NML" and "CSIR - NML" as two different laboratories.
Each laboratory can choose how to identify its internal service identifiers. Examples are a simple consecutiv
number. Internal identifiers that include blank characters or a series of words should be avoided.

The cell for comments is published via the database. These comments, inserted in a white cell, should not b
comments that are inserted in blue or yellow cells. The comments to be published may include a complete sen
words. It should begin with a capital letter, should include no other capital letters (except acronyms), may include
but the semicolon ";" should be avoided. It can also include the URL address of a website. In such a case, the link
(see the example of CMCs in Length from the BNM on the BIPM Appendix C Website).
Never use footnotes for information to be published via the database.
Headers and footers in CMC Excel sheets are not used for the database. PDF files are constructed with the h
Measurement Capabilities" and the footer "The BIPM key comparison database" plus the date and the page numb
Also see additional instructions for Ionizing Radiation at the following link:
International Rules for Filling in the CMC Tables for Ionizing Raidation
Parameters and specifications

Measurement
Calibration or Measurement
Measurand level or Range Conditions/Indepen Expanded unce
Service
dent Variable

Instrume
Instrume
nt Type Minimum Maximum Paramete Specifica
Quantity nt or Units Value
or value value r tions
Artifact
Method

Temperat 22.0 °C
Encapsul
ure 101.325k
ated Radioacti Ionization
0 0.1 Gy/s Pressure Pa 0.01
source ve source chamber
Relative 20% to
strength
humidity 80%

Measurement
Calibration or Measurement
Measurand level or Range Conditions/Indepen Expanded unce
Service
dent Variable

Instrume
Instrume
nt Type Minimum Maximum Paramete Specifica
Quantity nt or Units Value
or value value r tions
Artifact
Method

Encapsul
ated Radioacti Ionization Temperat
0 0.1 Gy/s 22.0 °C 0.01
source ve source chamber ure
strength
101.325
Pressure
kPa
Relative 20% to
humidity 80%

Each parameter and


specification in its own
cell.

Index
3, 4, 5, 6,
Angle by Optical table & 360/n 360/n n, number 8, 9, 10,
circle- polygon: autocollim ° 0.15
of faces 12, 15,
dividers face angle ator, full
18, 20, 24
closure n = 24 n=3
But this example is correct, since these are distinct values for a single
parameter.

Different measurand ranges

Measurement
Calibration or Measurement
Measurand level or Range Conditions/Indepen Expanded unce
Service
dent Variable

Instrume
Instrume
nt Type Minimum Maximum Paramete Specifica
Quantity nt or Units Value
or value value r tions
Artifact
Method

Network
1.5 to 0.4
of lamps
0.001 Distributio 0.4
& 1
Luminous Tungsten 1 n 2000 K to 0.4 to 1.5
photomet 1000 cd
intensity lamp 1000 temperatu 3200 K with
ers, 100000
- re measuran
photometr
d
ic bench

Measurement
Calibration or Measurement
Measurand level or Range Conditions/Indepen Expanded unce
Service
dent Variable

Instrume
Instrume
nt Type Minimum Maximum Paramete Specifica
Quantity nt or Units Value
or value value r tions
Artifact
Method

Network
of lamps
Distributio
&
Luminous Tungsten n 2000 K to
photomet 0.001 1 cd 1.5 to 0.4
intensity lamp temperatu 3200 K
ers,
re
photometr
ic bench
Network
of lamps
Distributio
&
Luminous Tungsten n 2000 K to
photomet 1 1000 cd 0.4
intensity lamp temperatu 3200 K
ers,
re
photometr
ic bench
Network
of lamps
Distributio
&
Luminous Tungsten n 2000 K to
photomet 1000 100000 cd 0.4 to 1.5
intensity lamp temperatu 3200 K
ers,
re
photometr
ic bench

Individual measurand levels and uncertainties must have se


complete lines.
No merging of vertical cells

Measurement
Calibration or Measurement
Measurand Level or Range Conditions/Indepen Expanded Unce
Service
dent Variable

Instrume
Instrume
nt Type Minimum Maximum Paramete Specifica
Quantity nt or Units Value
or value value r tions
Artifact
Method

0.05 50 dry air 0.2


Fluid
Sonic 19 ºC to
Gas flow Temperat
Gas flow nozzles, 50 710 L/min 21 ºC 0.3
meters ure
turbine up to 0.6
Pressure
710 2800 Mpa 0.3

No blank lines.

Instrume
Instrume
nt Type Minimum Maximum Paramete Specifica
Quantity nt or Units Value
or value value r tions
Artifact
Method

Sonic
Gas flow
Gas flow nozzles, 0.05 50 L/min Fluid dry air 0.2
meters
turbine
Temperat 19 °C to
ure 21 ºC
up to 0.8
Pressure
MPa
Sonic
Gas flow
Gas flow nozzles, 50 710 L/min Fluid dry air 0.3
meters
turbine
Temperat 19 °C to
ure 21 ºC
up to 0.8
Pressure
MPa
Sonic
Gas flow
Gas flow nozzles, 710 2800 L/min Fluid dry air 0.3
meters
turbine
Temperat 19 °C to
ure 21 ºC
up to 0.8
Pressure
MPa

No vertical cells merging. Repeat all relevant


information for each CMC.
Expanded uncertainty

Is the
expande
Level of d
Coverage
Units Confiden uncertain
factor
ce ty a
relative
one?

2 95% Yes

Expanded uncertainty

Is the
expande
Level of d
Coverage
Units Confiden uncertain
factor
ce ty a
relative
one?

2 95% Yes

'' 2 95% Yes


Expanded uncertainty

Is the
expande
Level of d
Coverage
Units Confiden uncertain
factor
ce ty a
relative
one?

% 2 95% Yes

Expanded uncertainty

Is the
expande
Level of d
Coverage
Units Confiden uncertain
factor
ce ty a
relative
one?

% 2 95% Yes

% 2 95% Yes
% 2 95% Yes

els and uncertainties must have separate

Reference Standard
Expanded Uncertainty
used in calibration

Is the
Level of expanded Source of
Coverage
Units Confiden uncertaint Standard traceabili
factor y a relative
ce ty
one?

Piston-
%
Prover
Bell-
% 2 95% Yes CENAM
Prover
Bell-
%
Prover

Is the
Level of expanded Source of
Coverage
Units Confiden uncertaint Standard traceabili
factor y a relative
ce ty
one?

Piston-
% 2 95% Yes CENAM
Prover

Bell-
% 2 95% Yes CENAM
Prover
Bell-
% 2 95% Yes CENAM
Prover

elevant
Instrument or Instrument Type or Minimum Maximum
Quantity Units
Artifact Method value value

AC/DC transfer Thermal voltage


difference at converters + range Comparison 1000 1000 V
higher voltages extenders

AC/DC transfer Thermal voltage


difference at converters + range Comparison 1000 1000 V
higher voltages extenders

AC/DC transfer Thermal voltage


difference at converters + range Comparison 1000 1000 V
higher voltages extenders

AC/DC transfer Thermal voltage


difference at converters + range Comparison 1000 1000 V
higher voltages extenders

AC/DC transfer Thermal voltage


difference at converters + range Comparison 1000 1000 V
higher voltages extenders

Thermal voltage
AC/DC voltage converters with
Comparison 0.002 0.5 V
difference amplifiers,
micropotentiometers

AC/DC voltage Thermal voltage


Comparison 0.5 5 V
difference converters

Thermal voltage
AC/DC voltage
converters + range Comparison 5 1000 V
difference
extenders
Is the
expanded
Coverage Level of
Parameter Specifications Value Units uncertainty
factor Confidence
a relative
one?

400 Hz to 10
Frequency 20 µV/V 2 95% Yes
kHz

20 kHz to 30
Frequency 25 µV/V 2 95% Yes
kHz

Frequency 50 kHz 40 µV/V 2 95% Yes

Frequency 70 kHz 60 µV/V 2 95% Yes

Frequency 100 kHz 80 µV/V 2 95% Yes

Frequency 10 Hz to 1 MHz 3 to 350 µV/V 2 95% Yes

Frequency 10 Hz to 1 MHz 2 to 30 µV/V 2 95% Yes

Frequency 10 Hz to 1 MHz 2 to 80 µV/V 2 95% Yes


Source of NMI Service Service
Standard NMI
traceability Identification Category

Multijunction thermal
converters with range PTB CCEM-K6b
MODIFIED
255
FILE
5.1.3 PTB
resistors FOR EXAMPLE
ONLY, NOT TO BE
Multijunction thermal
converters with range PTB CCEM-K6b PUBLISHED
256 5.1.3 PTB
resistors

Multijunction thermal
converters with range PTB CCEM-K6b 257 5.1.3 PTB
resistors

Multijunction thermal
converters with range PTB CCEM-K6b 258 5.1.3 PTB
resistors

Multijunction thermal
converters with range PTB CCEM-K6b 259 5.1.3 PTB
resistors

Multijunction thermal
converters with range PTB CCEM-K6b 5326 5.1.1 PTB
resistors

Multijunction thermal
converters with range PTB CCEM-K6b 5327 5.1.2 PTB
resistors

Multijunction thermal
converters with range PTB CCEM-K6b 5328 5.1.3 PTB
resistors
Comments Comments to be published via the database Uncertainty Matrix

What do we want to do?


After the 2nd round of CMCs in EM is completed,
the AppC Web system will be able to give access to
detailed uncertainty values, given under the form of
a table (or a matrix) for the CMCs to which it is All the pink CMCs are replaced by the 3 green
relevant to do so. In other words, a huge number of one corresponding to low voltages (5.1.1), one
CMCs may be replaced by only few CMCs, each of higher voltages (5.1.3).
them characterized by an uncertainty matrix. The The cells of the green CMCs should gather all
access to the matrix will be constructed by the Web number of lines, specifically the range of volta
programming and a hyperlink will be proposed to of uncertainty (from the smallest one to the bi
the user. Similar links will also be available from green CMCs will appear first in the Web return
the .pdf files of complete lists of CMCs for one only if the user decides to click on the proposed
country. important and should be carefully fulfilled.
Please, have a look to the information given in
splitting in 5.1.1, 5.1.2 and 5.1.3 is done with b

Comments Matrix 1

Comments Matrix 1

Comments Matrix 1
Tag for closely
related CMCs

e replaced by the 3 green CMCs covering 'AC/DC voltage difference',


low voltages (5.1.1), one to medium voltages (5.1.2) and one to
3).
n CMCs should gather all the information given before in a huge
ifically the range of voltage, the range of frequency and the range
the smallest one to the biggest one). The information included in the
ear first in the Web return (the details of the uncertainty matrix coming
es to click on the proposed link to see them), so this information is
d be carefully fulfilled.
o the information given in the three green lines of this example. (The
2 and 5.1.3 is done with borders equal to 0.5 V and 5 V).

This is a new column entitled 'Uncertainty Matrix' where


the NMIs should insert the title of a new EXCEL
worksheet where the matrix relevant to this CMC is
inserted, for instance here 'Matrix 1'. This 'Matrix 1' should
thus appear as the tab of a new worksheet. In other
words, what you have to do is to announce how you
name the matrix relevant to one given CMC and to insert
this matrix in a new EXCEL worksheet entitled with the
same name.
Here we have 3 CMCs described by the same matrix
named 'Matrix 1', so one worksheet tabbed 'Matrix 1' is
added.
For the whole file, there should be added as many
worksheets as there are matrices announced in this new
column.

After reading this, please go to the new worksheet 'Matrix


1'. C. Thomas
10 Hz 20 Hz 30 Hz to 300 Hz 400 Hz to 10 kHz 20 kHz to 30 kHz
2 mV 180 170 170 170 180
6 mV 120 100 95 90 100
10 mV 80 80 65 65 80
20 mV 75 60 50 50 60
60 mV 65 45 45 35 45
100 mV / 200 mV 35 20 20 10 20
300 mV / 500 mV 10 10 10 3 4
600 mV / 700 mV 5 5 5 3 4
1V/2V 4 4 4 2 2
3V/4V 6 6 6 3 3
5V/6V 4 4 4 2 2
7V 4 4 4 4 4
10 V 6 6 6 4 4
20 V 15 10 10 6 6
30 V 15 10 10 10 10
40 V / 50 V 20 15 15 10 10
60 V / 70 V 25 20 20 10 10
100 V 25 20 20 10 10
200 V 30 20 20 10 10
300 V 30 20 20 15 15
500 V 40 30 30 20 20
1000 V 50 40 30 20 25

Please build the matrix as done here.


Use Arial 10 as much as possible, do no
(these 3 statements are very importan
Do not insert empty columns or empty lin
COMMENTS: EXAMPLE ONLY: NOT TO BE PUBLISHED Do not insert titles: they will be automatic
CMC. For the uncertainty values, use the
uncertainty unit cell of the CMC line.
Use the most simple presentation as pos
If no uncertainty value is available for one
cell.
You can type any comments that may help me below the matrix
(leave at least one line empty). These comments will not be
imported into the database: that's only for communication between
the NMIs and me. Comments to be published via the database
should be inserted in the usual 'Comments' cell of the CMC itself.
C. Thomas Address any questions to cthomas@
50 kHz 70 kHz 100 kHz 200 kHz to 300 kHz 500 kHz 700 kHz to 800 kHz 1 MHz
180 180 190 230 250 320 350
100 100 120 160 180 250 300
80 80 100 135 150 220 250
60 60 70 110 135 185 200
45 45 50 70 100 140 150
20 20 30 50 75 100 120
4 4 4 10 15 25 30
4 4 4 10 15 25 30
3 3 3 6 10 20 25
3 3 3 6 10 20 25
3 3 3 6 10 20 25
4 4 4 6 10 20 25
4 4 6 8 12 20 30
6 7 10 15 20 25 35
10 10 10 15 25 35 40
10 15 15 - - - -
10 15 20 - - - -
10 15 20 - - - -
10 20 25 - - - -
15 20 25 - - - -
20 30 40 - - - -
40 60 80 - - - -

build the matrix as done here.


ial 10 as much as possible, do not merge cells, and leave cell A1 empty
3 statements are very important).
insert empty columns or empty lines in the matrix.
insert titles: they will be automatically inserted from the description of the
For the uncertainty values, use the same unit as the one inserted in the
ainty unit cell of the CMC line.
e most simple presentation as possible (no 'exotic' borders, colours, etc..).
ncertainty value is available for one cell of the matrix, insert an hyphen '-' in the

ss any questions to cthomas@bipm.org


MODIFIED FILE Measurand Level or
Measurement
Calibration
FOR or Measurement
EXAMPLEService Conditions/Independent
Range
Variable
ONLY, NOT TO BE
PUBLISHED
Instrument Maxim
Instrument or Minimu
Quantity Type or um Units Parameter Specifications
Artifact m value
Method value

AC Comparison
Fixed resistor
resistance: with AC
or decade 0.1 1E+05 W Frequency 400 Hz
real reference
resistance box
component resistor
Maximum
10 V
voltage
Maximum
0.5 A
current
AC Comparison
Fixed resistor
resistance: with AC
or decade 0 1 µs Resistance 0.1 W to 100 kW
time reference
resistance box
constant resistor
Frequency 400 Hz

Maximum
10 V
voltage
Maximum
0.5 A
current
High
voltage Standard
Impedance
impedance: burden for
measuring 0.01 10000 W Current 0.05 A to 10 A
burdens, instrument
set
real transformer
component
Voltage 10 V to 320 V
16.7 Hz, 50 Hz,
Frequency
60 Hz
High
voltage Standard
Impedance
impedance: burden for
measuring -1.57 1.57 rad Current 0.05 A to 10 A
burdens, instrument
set
imaginary transformer
component
Voltage 10 V to 320 V
16.7 Hz, 50 Hz,
Frequency
60 Hz
Expanded Uncertainty Reference Standard used in calibration

Is the
expanded
Coverage Level of Source of
Value Units uncertainty Standard
factor Confidence traceability
a relative
one?

AC standard resistor
10 µW/W 2 95% Yes PTB
KR1 to KR5

bifilar loop with calculable


0.001 µs 2 95% No PTB
time constant

1E-03 to 1E-
W/W 2 95% Yes impedance measuring set PTB
02

1 to 10 mrad 2 95% No impedance measuring set PTB


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supportiong this Euromet Electricity Services
measurement/ Administration
calibration service

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NMI
Identification Category nts via the database

[Internal] 47 4.1.1 PTB

What do we want to do?


We want to identify two CMCs which are
closely related.

The two green CMCs are closely related, as they


[Internal] 48 4.1.1 PTB correspond to the real and imaginary parts of the
same quantity. They must be returned close-by
by the KCDB Web programming.
In order to identify this relationship, please, place
the same character (Arial 10 font), for instance
'A', in the additional column 'Tag for closely
related CMCs'.

The two pink CMCs are closely related. Please,


place the same character (Arial 10 font), for
[Internal] 398 8.2.3 PTB instance 'B', in the additional column 'Tag for
closely related CMCs'. The tag used for the
pink CMCs should be different from the tag
used for the green CMCs.

Address questions to
[Internal] 399 8.2.3 PTB
cthomas@bipm.org
Tag for closely
Uncertainty Matrix
related CMCs

want to do?
ntify two CMCs which are
.

n CMCs are closely related, as they


o the real and imaginary parts of the A
y. They must be returned close-by
Web programming.
entify this relationship, please, place
aracter (Arial 10 font), for instance
ditional column 'Tag for closely
s'.

CMCs are closely related. Please,


me character (Arial 10 font), for
n the additional column 'Tag for B
d CMCs'. The tag used for the
should be different from the tag
green CMCs.