The CEMS image shows the following columns.
Visualize raw signal to ReportLoq, typically the same value that can be read on AMS.
QAL3 calibrated value.
Raw value printed with QAL3 A & B values (QAL3 = Raw value x QAL3B + QAL3A).
QAL2 calibrated value.
QAL3 value printed with QAL2 A & B values (QAL2 = QAL3 x QAL2B + QAL2A).
Lists which correction factors the component in question is applied to achieve reference mode. the value of the correction factors is listed at the bottom left of the CEMS image in the “correction factors” section.
QAL2 value printed corrections, whereby the component is assigned to the reference state.
Confidence interval used to validate environmental values.
Quality assured value.
Corrected value minus confidence interval, however, the value cannot be less than 0. The value is also called validated value.
quality assured value = corrected value – confidence interval.
Green fly leg = The signal is good and can be used in subsequent aggregations.
Red = The signal is not good and is rejected in subsequent aggregations.
If the mouse cursor is held over the valid icon, a detailed pop-up will appear showing which signals can validate the component.
xx min. gns.
Aggregated STA. Typical 30/60 minute STA value.
x Dag gns. / Monthly average. / Year average.
Aggregate LTA based on STA