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Table 2

Details of instruments used for ozone observation at different sites. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1525/elementa.409.t2

SiteAnalyzerCalibratorCalibration frequency

ModelLOD (ppb)Precision (ppb)ModelLOD (ppb)Precision (ppb)

 
WLG TE49/TE49i* ±2 TE49PS ±2 Every 3 months 
SDZ TE49C ±1 TE49CPS ±1 Every 3–6 months 
LA TE49C ±1 TE49CPS ±1 Every 3–6 months 
LFS EC9810B 0.4 ±1 TE49CPS ±1 Every 3–6 months 
XGLL EC9810B 0.4 ±1 TE49CPS ±1 Every 3–6 months 
AKDL EC9810B 0.4 ±1 TE49CPS ±1 Every 3–6 months 
GCH TE49C ±1 TE49CPS ±1 Every 3–6 months 
CMA TE49C ±1 TE49CPS ±1 Every 3–6 months 
SiteAnalyzerCalibratorCalibration frequency

ModelLOD (ppb)Precision (ppb)ModelLOD (ppb)Precision (ppb)

 
WLG TE49/TE49i* ±2 TE49PS ±2 Every 3 months 
SDZ TE49C ±1 TE49CPS ±1 Every 3–6 months 
LA TE49C ±1 TE49CPS ±1 Every 3–6 months 
LFS EC9810B 0.4 ±1 TE49CPS ±1 Every 3–6 months 
XGLL EC9810B 0.4 ±1 TE49CPS ±1 Every 3–6 months 
AKDL EC9810B 0.4 ±1 TE49CPS ±1 Every 3–6 months 
GCH TE49C ±1 TE49CPS ±1 Every 3–6 months 
CMA TE49C ±1 TE49CPS ±1 Every 3–6 months 

* Two ozone analyzers have been used to allow for parallel measurements. One of TE49 analyzers was replaced with a TE49i analyzer on 21 May 2011.

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