# CPD2 Variables by Instrument

In most cases full variable names is constructed by appending the instrument code after an underscore from the base name. That is a variable of “Q” on the instrument “A11” becomes “Q_A11” in the data. There are exceptions for instruments that log components that are not part of the logical instrument logger. For example the uMAC “X1” may log the variable “T_V11” in the “X1a” record.

A record is constructed in a similar fashion. Flags are documented here. Default record contents are listed. Internally data is maintained in the CPD2 data format.

## Aethalometer

[1-7] designates a single digit within the range. For example “X[1-7]c” becomes “X1c” for the concentration at the first channel. The default wavelengths for each channel are:

- 370
- 470
- 520
- 590
- 660
- 880
- 950

Note that the actual wavelength does not affect data logging by the CPD(2) system in any way, these are provided only for ease of interpretation.

Variable | Description |
---|---|

Q | Flow (slpm) |

PCT | Fraction |

X[1-7]c | Concentration [1-7] (ug/m3) |

ZIr[1-7] | Attenuation [1-7] |

Ipz[1-7] | Sample zero [1-7] |

Ip[1-7] | Sample intensity [1-7] |

Ifz[1-7] | Reference zero [1-7] |

If[1-7] | Reference intensity [1-7] |

Record | Variables |
---|---|

a | Q;PCT;X1c;ZIr1;Ipz1;Ip1;Ifz1;If1 … X7c;ZIr7;Ipz7;Ip7;Ifz7;If7 |

## Aethalometer AE33

[1-7] designates a single digit within the range. For example “X[1-7]c” becomes “X1c” for the concentration at the first channel. The default wavelengths for each channel are:

- 370
- 470
- 520
- 590
- 660
- 880
- 950

Note that the actual wavelength does not affect data logging by the CPD(2) system in any way, these are provided only for ease of interpretation.

Variable | Description |
---|---|

Q1 | Spot 1 flow (slpm) |

Q2 | Spot 2 flow (slpm) |

T1 | Control temperature (C) |

T2 | Power supply temperature (C) |

S | Instrument time offset (sec) - add to instrument time to get UTC |

X[1-7]c | Corrected equivalent back carbon concentration [1-7] (ug/m3) |

X1p[1-7]c | Equivalent back carbon concentration on spot 1 [1-7] (ug/m3) |

X2p[1-7]c | Equivalent back carbon concentration on spot 2 [1-7] (ug/m3) |

I1p[1-7] | Sample intensity on spot 1 [1-7] at the end of the average |

I2p[1-7] | Sample intensity on spot 2 [1-7] at the end of the average |

If[1-7] | Reference intensity [1-7] at the end of the average |

ZCorr[1-7] | Loading correction factor [1-7] |

Record | Variables |
---|---|

a | Q1;Q2;T1;T2;X1c;X1p1c;X2p1c;I1p1;I2p1;If1;ZCorr1 … X1p7c;X2p7c;I1p7;I2p7;If7;ZCorr7 |

## AIN Simple

This instrument allows variables to be defined at run time so the actual list of variables provided depends on the station configuration. Since this is also its primary purpose the variables and records listed here are incomplete by definition.

For a records the default definition for the a record also includes the average of all run time defined variables.

Record | Variables |
---|---|

a | <All defined variables> |

## BestUPS

Variable | Description |
---|---|

V1 | Voltage in |

V2 | Voltage out |

V3 | Battery voltage |

A1 | Output current |

A2 | Battery current |

C | Frequency (Hz) |

VA1 | Power (watts) |

VA2 | VA Out |

PCT | Load percentage |

S | Runtime (seconds) |

T | Ambient temperature (C) |

F1 | System flags |

F2 | UPS Flags |

Record | Variables |
---|---|

a | F1;F2;V1;V2;V3;A1;A2;C;VA1;VA2;V;PCT;S;T |

## CAPS

[BGR] designates a single character of that set for the blue (445 nm), green (530 nm) or red (670 nm) channels, respectively. For example “Bs[BGR]” becomes “BsB” for the blue channel. Note that the CAPS only logs one channel at a time, so the values for the other two channels will always be missing.

Variable | Description |
---|---|

F1 | System flags |

F2 | CAPS flags |

Be[BGR] | Aerosol light extinction coefficient (Mm-1) |

ZBel[BGR] | Loss (Mm-1) |

Bez[BGR] | Baseline light extinction coefficient (Mm-1) |

T | Temperature (C) |

P | Pressure (hPa) |

Q | Flow (lpm) |

V | Light signal (mV) |

Record | Variables |
---|---|

a | F1;F2;BeB;BeG;BeR;T;P |

m | Q;ZBelB;ZBelG;ZBelR;V |

c | BezB;BezG;BezR |

## CCN

[1-21] designates a single digit within the range. For example “Nb[1-21]” becomes “Nb1” for the concentration at the first channel.

Variable | Description |
---|---|

F1 | System flags |

F2 | Temp stable flag |

F3 | Alarm bits |

F4 | TDMA control flag |

U | Super saturation setting reported (percent) |

Uc | Super saturation calculated (percent) |

T1 | TEC 1 Temp (C) |

T2 | TEC 2 Temp (C) |

T3 | TEC 3 Temp (C) |

T4 | Sample temp (C) |

Tu | Inlet temp (C) |

T5 | OPC Temp (C) |

T6 | Nafion temp (C) |

Q1 | Sample flow (lpm) |

Q2 | Sheath flow (lpm) |

P | Sample pressure (hPa) |

A | Laser current (mA) |

V1 | First stage monitor voltage |

DTg | Stddev of TEC3-TEC1 (C) |

DT | Temperature gradient TEC3-TEC1 (C) |

V2 | Proportional valve voltage |

N | CN count |

Np | CN count with unstable data not averaged |

Nn | Starting bin number for total CN count |

Nb[1-21] | CN count for bin [1-21] |

Record | Variables |
---|---|

a | F1;F2;V1;U;Uc;T1;T2;T3;T4;Tu;T5;T6;Q1;Q2;P;A;DTg;DT;V2;N;Np;Nn;Nb1 … Nb21 |

## CLAP-3W

Variable | Description |
---|---|

BaB | Aerosol light absorption coefficient (Mm-1), blue channel |

BaG | Aerosol light absorption coefficient (Mm-1), green channel |

BaR | Aerosol light absorption coefficient (Mm-1), red channel |

IrB | Transmittance at start of average blue |

IrG | Transmittance at start of average green |

IrR | Transmittance at start of average red |

IpB | Sample Intensity blue |

IpG | Sample Intensity green |

IpR | Sample Intensity red |

IfB | Reference Intensity blue |

IfG | Reference Intensity green |

IfR | Reference Intensity red |

InB | Intensity normalization factor blue |

InG | Intensity normalization factor green |

InR | Intensity normalization factor red |

Q | Flow (slpm) |

T1 | Air temperature (C) |

T2 | Case temperature (C) |

Qt | Sample volume for active filter (m3) |

L | Sample length, integrated (m), Qt/A |

Ff | Filter ID (increments each new filter) |

Fn | Active Filter number (0=none) |

F2 | Instrument flags |

F1 | System flags |

Record | Variables |
---|---|

a | F1;F2;Ff;Fn;BaB;BaG;BaR;IrB;IrG;IrR;L |

m | IpB;IpG;IpR;IfB;IfG;IfR;Q;Qt;T1;T2 |

n | Ff;Fn;InB;InG;InR;IpB;IpG;IpR;IfB;IfG;IfR |

White filter records and variables:

Variable | Description |
---|---|

Ifw1[BGRD] | White filter reference intensity for odd spots |

Ifw2[BGRD] | White filter reference intensity for even spots |

Inw[1-8][BGR] | White filter normalized intensity |

Ipw[1-8][BGRD] | White filter sample intensity |

Record | Variables |
---|---|

w | <All white filter variables> |

Instantaneous intensity records and variables:

Variable | Description |
---|---|

Fn | Active Filter number (0=none) |

If1[BGRD] | Reference intensity for odd spots |

If2[BGRD] | Reference intensity for even spots |

Irw[1-8][BGR] | Instantaneous transmittance relative to last white filter |

Irz[1-8][BGR] | Instantaneous transmittance relative to last filter start |

In[1-8][BGR] | Normalized intensity |

Ing[1-8][BGR] | Normalized intensity rsd |

Ip[1-8][BGRD] | Sample intensity |

Record | Variables |
---|---|

i | <All instantaneous intensity variables> |

## CPCs (various types)

### BMI 1710

Variable | Description |
---|---|

N | CN Concentration (cm-3) |

T1 | Condenser temperature (C) |

T2 | Saturator top temperature (C) |

T3 | Saturator bottom temperature (C) |

T4 | Optics block temperature (C) |

Tu | Inlet temperature (C) |

Q1 | Sample flow (lpm) |

Q2 | Saturator flow (lpm) |

PCT1 | Condenser power (percent) |

PCT2 | Saturator top power (percent) |

PCT3 | Saturator bottom power (percent) |

PCT4 | Optics power (percent) |

PCT5 | Saturator pump power (percent) |

F | System flags |

Record | Variables |
---|---|

a | F;N;Tu;T1;T2;T3;T4;Q1;Q2;PCT1;PCT2;PCT3;PCT4;PCT5 |

### Pulse Counter

Variable | Description |
---|---|

N | CN Concentration (cm-3) |

F | System flags |

Record | Variables |
---|---|

a | F1;N |

### TSI 3010

Variable | Description |
---|---|

N | CN Concentration (cm-3) |

T1 | Instantaneous condenser temperature (C) |

T2 | Instantaneous saturator temperature (C) |

F2 | Instrument flags |

F1 | System flags |

Record | Variables |
---|---|

a | F1;F2;N |

m | T1;T2 |

### TSI 3022

Variable | Description |
---|---|

N | CN Concentration (cm-3) |

T1 | Instantaneous condenser temperature (C) |

T2 | Instantaneous saturator temperature (C) |

T3 | Instantaneous Optics temperature (C) |

Q | Instantaneous reported flow rate (lpm) |

Record | Variables |
---|---|

a | F1;F2;N |

m | T1;T2;T3;Q |

### TSI 3703

Variable | Description |
---|---|

N | CN Concentration (cm-3) |

F | System flags |

Record | Variables |
---|---|

a | F;N |

### TSI 3775

Variable | Description |
---|---|

N | CN Concentration (cm-3) |

T1 | Instantaneous condenser temperature (C) |

T2 | Instantaneous saturator temperature (C) |

T3 | Instantaneous optics temperature (C) |

T4 | Instantaneous cabinet temperature (C) |

Q | Instantaneous flow rate (lpm) |

Qu | Instantaneous inlet flow rate (lpm) |

P1 | Instantaneous ambient pressure (hPa) |

P2 | Instantaneous orifice pressure (hPa) |

P3 | Instantaneous nozzle pressure (hPa) |

A | Instantaneous laser current (mA) |

ZLiquid | Instantaneous liquid level |

F2 | Instrument flags |

F1 | System flags |

Record | Variables |
---|---|

a | F1;F2;N |

m | T1;T2;T3;T4;Q;Qu;P1;P2;P3;A;ZLiquid |

### TSI 3781

Variable | Description |
---|---|

N | CN Concentration (cm-3) |

T1 | Instantaneous saturator temperature (C) |

T2 | Instantaneous Growth tube temperature (C) |

T3 | Instantaneous Optics temperature (C) |

Q | Instantaneous reported flow rate (lpm) |

P | Instantaneous pressure (hPa) |

F2 | Instrument flags |

F1 | System flags |

Record | Variables |
---|---|

a | F1;F2;N |

m | T1;T2;T3;Q;P |

### TSI 3783

Variable | Description |
---|---|

N | CN Concentration (cm-3) |

T1 | Instantaneous growth tube temperature (C) |

T2 | Instantaneous condenser temperature (C) |

T3 | Instantaneous optics temperature (C) |

T4 | Instantaneous water temperature (C) |

T5 | Instantaneous cabinet temperature (C) |

Q | Instantaneous sample flow rate (lpm) |

Qu | Instantaneous inlet flow rate (lpm) |

P1 | Instantaneous absolute pressure (hPa) |

P2 | Instantaneous vacuum pressure (hPa) |

P3 | Instantaneous nozzle pressure (percent) |

A | Instantaneous laser current (mA) |

V1 | Instantaneous photodetector voltage (mV) |

V2 | Instantaneous pulse height (mV) |

ZLiquid | Instantaneous liquid level |

F2 | Instrument flags |

F1 | System flags |

Record | Variables |
---|---|

a | F1;F2;N |

m | T1;T2;T3;T4;T5;Q;Qu;P1;P2;P3;A;V1;V2;ZLiquid |

## CR1000/uMAC

This instrument allows variables to be defined at run time so the actual list of variables provided depends on the station configuration. Since this is also its primary purpose the variables and records listed here are incomplete by definition.

Variable | Description |
---|---|

T | Internal temperature running average |

V | Supply voltage running average |

F2 | Digital state |

F1 | System flags |

For a records the default definition for the a record also includes the average of all run time defined variables.

Record | Variables |
---|---|

a | F1 |

m | T;V |

d | F1;F2 |

## Filter

Variable | Description |
---|---|

Fn | Filter ID (0 bypass, -1 changing, 1-8 filters) |

Qt0 | Bypass volume (m3) |

Qt1 | Filter 1 (blank) volume (m3) |

Qt2 | Filter 2 volume (m3) |

Qt3 | Filter 3 volume (m3) |

Qt4 | Filter 4 volume (m3) |

Qt5 | Filter 5 volume (m3) |

Qt6 | Filter 6 volume (m3) |

Qt7 | Filter 7 volume (m3) |

Qt8 | Filter 8 volume (m3) |

Record | Variables |
---|---|

s | Fn;Qt0;Qt1;Qt2;Qt3;Qt4;Qt5;Qt6;Qt7;Qt8 |

## Flask

Variable | Description |
---|---|

Ff | Flask controller serial number |

Fn | Flask number |

Q | Final flow on flask |

P | Final pressure on flask |

LAT | Latitude |

LON | Longitude |

ALT | Altitude |

Record | Variables |
---|---|

s | Ff;Fn;Q;P;Lat;Lon;Alt |

## GenericPID

Variable | Description |
---|---|

ZPIDI | PID integral value |

ZPIDD | PID derivative value |

ZTUNP | Tuning results P |

ZTUNI | Tuning results I |

ZTUND | Tuning results D |

ZTUNPg | Tuning results stddev P |

ZTUNIg | Tuning results stddev I |

ZTUNDg | Tuning results stddev D |

F | System flags |

Record | Variables |
---|---|

m | F;ZPIDI;ZPIDD |

t | ZTUNP;ZTUNI;ZTUND;ZTUNPg;ZTUNIg;ZTUNDg |

May also create a records, but that must be configured at run time.

## NMEA GPS

Variable | Description |
---|---|

St | Time of fix in EPOCH time (seconds from Jan 1 1970) |

LAT | Latitude |

LON | Longitude |

ALT | Altitude |

WG | Ground speed |

WC | Course true |

F | System flags |

Record | Variables |
---|---|

a | F;ZFix;LAT;LON;ALT;WG;WC |

## GRIMM

[1-31] designates a single digit within the range. For example “N[1-31]s” becomes “N1s” for the size of the first bin.

Variable | Description |
---|---|

F | System flags |

ZLoc | Location |

ZGF | GF |

ZEC | Error code |

ZBatt | Battery |

A | Motor current |

ZZF | Zero filter |

ZCAL | Calibration |

ZSens1 | Sensor 1 |

ZSens2 | Sensor 2 |

ZSens3 | Sensor 3 |

N[1-31] | CN count for bin [1-31] |

N[1-31]s | “Size of bin [1-31] |

Record | Variables |
---|---|

a | F;N1;N1s…N31;N31s |

m | ZLoc;ZGF;ZEC;Batt;A;ZZF;ZCAL;ZSens1;ZSens2;ZSens3 |

## Hygrometer

Variable | Description |
---|---|

T | Temperature (C) |

Td | Dewpoint (C) |

U | Relative humidity (percent) |

F | System flags |

Record | Variables |
---|---|

a | F;T;Td;U |

## LASAIR

[1-8] designates a single digit within the range. For example “Nb[1-21]” becomes “Nb1” for the concentration at the first channel.

Variable | Description |
---|---|

F | System flags |

ZManifold | Manifold position |

V | Laser voltage |

Q | Flow (lpm) |

N | CN count (1/cm3) |

Nb[1-21] | CN count for bin [1-8] (1/cm3) |

Nb[1-21]s | Lower diameter bound for bin [1-8] (um) |

Record | Variables |
---|---|

a | F;Q;N;Nb1 … Nb8;Nb1s … Nb8s |

m | V;ZManifold |

## LovePID/Watlow

This instrument allows variables to be defined at run time so the actual list of variables provided depends on the station configuration. The instrument allows the definition of variables for both the process (measured) value and the setpoint (controlled) value. Since this is also its primary purpose the variables and records listed here are incomplete by definition.

Variable | Description |
---|---|

F | System flags |

For a records the default definition for the a record also includes the average of all run time defined variables.

Record | Variables |
---|---|

a | F |

## MAAP

Variable | Description |
---|---|

F1 | System flags |

F2 | Global error code |

F3 | Detailed error code (lower 32 bits) |

F4 | Detailed error code (upper 32 bits) |

BaR | Aerosol light absorption coefficient (Mm-1) |

IrR | Transmittance |

X | Concentration of black carbon (ug/m3) |

ZSSAAR | Single scattering albedo |

IfR | Reference Intensity |

IfzR | Reference Intensity zero |

Ip1R | Sample Intensity transmittance |

Ipz1R | Sample Intensity transmittance zero |

Ip2R | Sample Intensity 135 degrees |

Ipz2R | Sample Intensity 135 degrees zero |

Ip3R | Sample Intensity 165 degrees |

Ipz3R | Sample Intensity 165 degrees zero |

P1 | Orifice pressure (hPa) |

P2 | Pump pressure (hPa) |

P3 | Ambient pressure (hPa) |

T1 | Ambient temperature (C) |

T2 | Measuring temperature (C) |

T3 | System temperature (C) |

Q | Flow (slpm) |

L | Sample length integrated (m), Qt/A |

Qt | Sample volume for active filter (m3) |

Ff | Filter ID |

Record | Variables |
---|---|

a | F1;F2;F3;F4;Ff;BaR;IrR;L;Q;X;ZSSAAR;IfR;IfzR;Ip1R;Ipz1R;Ip2R;Ipz2R;Ip3R;Ipz3R;P1;P2;P3;T1;T2;T3;Qt |

## TSI Neph

Variables are split into two categories: those that are available in normal records and those that are only available as the results of a spancheck. Only the k record can use spancheck variables but it may not use any normal variables.

[BGR] designates a single character of that set for the blue (450 nm), green (550 nm) or red (700 nm) channels, respectively. For example “Bs[BGR]” becomes “BsB” for the blue channel.

Normal variables and records:

Variable | Description |
---|---|

F1 | System flags |

F2 | Nephelometer flags |

F3 | Nephelometer mode |

Tu | Inlet temperature (C) |

T | Temperature inside nephelometer (C) |

Uu | Relative humidity (percent) at nephelometer inlet (calculated) |

U | Relative humidity (percent) inside nephelometer |

P | Pressure inside nephelometer (hPa) |

Vl | Lamp voltage |

Al | Lamp current |

Vx | AUX BNC in |

CrG | Green reference (Hz) |

Bs[BGR] | Aerosol total light scattering coefficient (Mm-1) |

Bbs[BGR] | Aerosol backwards-hemispheric light scattering coefficient (Mm-1) |

Bsw[BGR] | Aerosol total light scattering coefficient background (Mm-1) |

Bbsw[BGR] | Aerosol backwards-hemispheric light scattering coefficient background (Mm-1) |

Record | Variables |
---|---|

a | F1;F2;Tu;T;Uu;U;P;BsB;BsG;BsR;BbsB;BbsG;BbsR |

m | Vl;Al;Vx;Cr |

s | F2;F3 |

c | BswG;BswG;BswR;BbswB;BbswG;BbswR |

Spancheck variables and records:

Variable | Description |
---|---|

P1 | Pressure on AIR run |

P2 | Pressure on CO2 run |

T1 | Temperature on AIR run |

T2 | Temperature on CO2 run |

U1 | RH on AIR run |

U2 | RH on CO2 run |

DEN1 | Density on AIR run |

DEN2 | Density on CO2 run |

VA1 | Power on AIR run (watts) |

VA2 | Power on CO2 run (watts) |

Csr1[BGR] | Calibrator count frequency on AIR run (Hz) |

Cbsr1[BGR] | Backscatter count frequency from calibrator on AIR run (Hz) |

Csd1[BGR] | Dark count frequency from on AIR run (Hz) |

Cbsd1[BGR] | Backscatter dark count frequency from on AIR run (Hz) |

Csp1[BGR] | Sample count frequency on AIR run (Hz) |

Cbsp1[BGR] | Backscatter sample count frequency on AIR run (Hz) |

Csr2[BGR] | Calibrator count frequency on CO2 run (Hz) |

Cbsr2[BGR] | Backscatter count frequency from calibrator on CO2 run (Hz) |

Csd2[BGR] | Dark count frequency from on CO2 run (Hz) |

Cbsd2[BGR] | Backscatter dark count frequency from on CO2 run (Hz) |

Csp2[BGR] | Sample count frequency on CO2 run (Hz) |

Cbsp2[BGR] | Backscatter sample count frequency on CO2 run (Hz) |

Csn[BGR] | Sensitivity factor (Hz), defined as the photon count rate (Hz) attributable to Rayleigh scattering by air at STP |

Cbsn[BGR] | Backscatter sensitivity factor (Hz), defined as the photon count rate (Hz) attributable to Rayleigh backscattering by air at STP |

Bs1[BGR] | Aerosol total light scattering coefficient (Mm-1) AIR |

Bbs1[BGR] | Aerosol backwards-hemispheric light scattering coefficient (Mm-1) AIR |

Bs2[BGR] | Aerosol total light scattering coefficient (Mm-1) CO2 |

Bbs2[BGR] | Aerosol backwards-hemispheric light scattering coefficient (Mm-1) CO2 |

Bs2g[BGR] | CO2 Rayleigh scattering at STP (Mm-1) |

Bbs2g[BGR] | CO2 Rayleigh backscattering at STP (Mm-1) |

PCTs[BGR] | Scattering percent error |

PCTbs[BGR] | Backscattering percent error |

Record | Variables |
---|---|

k | All spancheck variables |

## Ecotech Neph

Variables are split into two categories: those that are available in normal records and those that are only available as the results of a spancheck. Only the k record can use spancheck variables but it may not use any normal variables.

[BGR] designates a single character of that set for the blue (450 nm), green (525 nm) or red (635 nm) channels, respectively. For example “Bs[BGR]” becomes “BsB” for the blue channel.

Normal variables and records:

Variable | Description |
---|---|

F1 | System flags |

F2 | Nephelometer flags |

T1 | Temperature inside nephelometer (C) |

T2 | External temperature of cell (C) |

U | Relative humidity (percent) inside nephelometer |

P | Presure inside nephelometer (hPa) |

CrG | Green reference (Hz) |

Bs[BGR] | Aerosol total light scattering coefficient (Mm-1) |

Bbs[BGR] | Aerosol backwards-hemispheric light scattering coefficient (Mm-1) |

Bsw[BGR] | Aerosol total light scattering coefficient background (Mm-1) |

Bbsw[BGR] | Aerosol backwards-hemispheric light scattering coefficient background (Mm-1) |

Record | Variables |
---|---|

a | F1;F2;T1;T2;U;P;BsB;BsG;BsR;BbsB;BbsG;BbsR |

m | Cr |

s | F2 |

c | BswG;BswG;BswR;BbswB;BbswG;BbswR |

Spancheck variables and records:

Variable | Description |
---|---|

P1 | Pressure on AIR run |

P2 | Pressure on CO2 run |

T3 | Temperature on AIR run |

T4 | Temperature on CO2 run |

U1 | RH on AIR run |

U2 | RH on CO2 run |

DEN1 | Density on AIR run |

DEN2 | Density on CO2 run |

VA1 | Power on AIR run (watts) |

VA2 | Power on CO2 run (watts) |

Csr1[BGR] | Calibrator count frequency on AIR run |

Cbsr1[BGR] | Backscatter count frequency from calibrator on AIR run |

Csd1[BGR] | Dark count frequency from on AIR run |

Cbsd1[BGR] | Backscatter dark count frequency from on AIR run |

Csp1[BGR] | Sample count frequency on AIR run |

Cbsp1[BGR] | Backscatter sample count frequency on AIR run |

Csr2[BGR] | Calibrator count frequency on CO2 run |

Cbsr2[BGR] | Backscatter count frequency from calibrator on CO2 run |

Csd2[BGR] | Dark count frequency from on CO2 run |

Cbsd2[BGR] | Backscatter dark count frequency from on CO2 run |

Csp2[BGR] | Sample count frequency on CO2 run |

Cbsp2[BGR] | Backscatter sample count frequency on CO2 run |

Csn[BGR] | Sensitivity factor (Hz), defined as the photon count rate (Hz) attributable to Rayleigh scattering by air at ST |

Cbsn[BGR] | Backscatter sensitivity factor (Hz), defined as the photon count rate (Hz) attributable to Rayleigh backscattering by air at STP |

Bs1[BGR] | Aerosol total light scattering coefficient (Mm-1) AIR |

Bbs1[BGR] | Aerosol backwards-hemispheric light scattering coefficient (Mm-1) AIR |

Bs2[BGR] | Aerosol total light scattering coefficient (Mm-1) CO2 |

Bbs2[BGR] | Aerosol backwards-hemispheric light scattering coefficient (Mm-1) CO2 |

Bs2g[BGR] | CO2 Rayleigh scattering at STP (Mm-1) |

Bbs2g[BGR] | CO2 Rayleigh backscattering at STP (Mm-1) |

PCTs[BGR] | Scattering percent error |

PCTbs[BGR] | Backscattering percent error |

Record | Variables |
---|---|

k | All spancheck variables |

## RR Neph

Variables are split into two categories: those that are available in normal records and those that are only available as the results of a spancheck. Only the k record can use spancheck variables but it may not use any normal variables.

Normal variables and records:

Variable | Description |
---|---|

BsG | Aerosol total light scattering coefficient (Mm-1) green |

T | Temperature inside nephelometer (C) |

Tu | Temperature at nephelometer inlet (C) |

U | Relative humidity (percent) inside nephelometer (calculated) |

Uu | Relative humidity (percent) at nephelometer inlet |

P | Pressure inside nephelometer (hPa) |

CrG | Green reference |

F | System flags |

Record | Variables |
---|---|

a | F;BsG;Tu;T;Uu;U;P |

m | F;CrG |

Spancheck variables and records:

Variable | Description |
---|---|

P1 | Pressure on AIR run |

P2 | Pressure on CO2 run |

T1 | Temperature on AIR run |

T2 | Temperature on CO2 run |

U1 | RH on AIR run |

U2 | RH on CO2 run |

DEN1 | Density on AIR run |

DEN2 | Density on CO2 run |

Bs1G | Aerosol total light scattering coefficient (Mm-1) AIR green |

Bs2G | Aerosol total light scattering coefficient (Mm-1) CO2 green |

Bs2gG | CO2 Rayleigh scattering at STP (Mm-1) green |

PCTsG | Scattering percent error green |

Record | Variables |
---|---|

k | All spancheck variables |

## Ozone Monitor

Variable | Description |
---|---|

Xv | Ozone (ppbv) |

T1 | Sample temperature (C) |

T2 | Lamp temperature (C) |

T3 | Ozone Lamp temperature (C) |

P | Pressure (hPa) |

C1 | Cell A intensity (Hz) |

C2 | Cell B intensity (Hz) |

Q1 | Cell A flow (lpm) |

Q2 | Cell B flow (lpm) |

Xvz | Zero ozone (ppbv) |

T1z | Zero sample temperature (C) |

Xvz | Zero ozone (ppbv) |

T1z | Zero sample temperature (C) |

T2z | Zero lamp temperature (C) |

T3z | Zero ozone Lamp temperature (C) |

Pz | Zero pressure (hPa) |

C1z | Zero cell A intensity (Hz) |

C2z | Zero cell B intensity (Hz) |

Q1z | Zero cell A flow (lpm) |

Q2z | Zero cell B flow (lpm) |

Xvw1 | Level 1 ozone (ppbv) |

T1w1 | Level 1 sample temperature (C) |

T2w1 | Level 1 lamp temperature (C) |

T3w1 | Level 1 ozone Lamp temperature (C) |

Pw1 | Level 1 pressure (hPa) |

C1w1 | Level 1 cell A intensity (Hz) |

C2w1 | Level 1 cell B intensity (Hz) |

Q1w1 | Level 1 cell A flow (lpm) |

Q2w1 | Level 1 cell B flow (lpm) |

Xvw2 | Level 2 ozone (ppbv) |

T1w2 | Level 2 sample temperature (C) |

T2w2 | Level 2 lamp temperature (C) |

T3w2 | Level 2 ozone Lamp temperature (C) |

Pw2 | Level 2 pressure (hPa) |

C1w2 | Level 2 cell A intensity (Hz) |

C2w2 | Level 2 cell B intensity (Hz) |

Q1w2 | Level 2 cell A flow (lpm) |

Q2w2 | Level 2 cell B flow (lpm) |

F1 | System flags |

F2 | Instrument flags and alarms |

F3 | State flags |

Record | Variables |
---|---|

a | F1;F2;F3;Xv;T1;T2;T3;P;C1;C2;Q1;Q2 |

c | Xvz;T1z;T2z;T3z;Pz;C1z;C2z;Q1z;Q2z |

k | Xvw1;T1w1;T2w1;T3w1;Pw1;C1w1;C2w1;Q1w1;Q2w1;Xvw2;T1w2;T2w2;T3w2;Pw2;C1w2;C2w2;Q1w2;Q2w2 |

## PAX

Variable | Description |
---|---|

BaQ | Aerosol light absorption coefficient (Mm-1) |

BaQg | Aerosol light absorption coefficient noise estimate (Mm-1) |

ZBaQPhase | Phase angle of the absorption measurement to the signal (degrees) |

BsQ | Aerosol light scattering coefficient (Mm-1) |

P1 | Sample pressure (hPa) |

Pu | Inlet pressure (hPa) |

P2 | Pump vacuum pressure (hPa) |

T1 | Sample temperature (C) |

T2 | Laser temperature (C) |

U | Sample RH (percent) |

C | Resonant frequency (Hz) |

V1 | Measured 3.3V supply |

V2 | Measured 5V supply |

V3 | Measured 12V supply |

V4 | Measured analog negative voltage, nominal -5V |

V5 | Measured analog positive voltage, nominal 5.7V |

A1 | Laser current (A) |

A2 | Photodiode current (A) |

VA | Laser power (watts) |

ZLaserPhase | Laser phase relative to microphone (degrees) |

ZMicPressure | Microphone pressure at resonant frequency (dB) |

ZQ | Resonator Q factor |

ZIMicQ | Microphone raw intensity |

ZIScatQ | Scattering raw intensity |

BaQz | Absorption during zero (Mm-1) |

ZBaQzPhase | Absorption during zero phase angle (degrees) |

BsQz | Scattering during zero (Mm-1) |

F1 | System flags |

F2 | Instrument flags |

Record | Variables |
---|---|

a | F1;F2;BsQ;BaQ;BaQg;ZBaQPhase;Pu;P1;P2;T1;T2;U;C;A1;A2;V1;V2;V3;V4;V5;ZLaserPhase;ZMicPressure;ZQ;ZIMicQ;ZIScatQ |

c | BsQz;BaQz;ZBaQzPhase |

## PILS

Variable | Description |
---|---|

T1 | Tip temperature (C) |

T2 | Heater temperature (C) |

Q | Flow (lpm) |

ZMode | Primary mode |

ZSubmode | Secondary mode |

ZError | Error description |

ZTipPos | Carousel position |

ZVialsLeft | Vials remaining in acquire |

S | Seconds remaining |

ZCommand | Command issued |

F | System flags |

Record | Variables |
---|---|

i | F;T1;T2;Q;ZMode;ZSubmode;ZError;ZTipPos;ZVialsLeft;S |

c | ZCommand |

## PSAP-3W

Variable | Description |
---|---|

BaB | Aerosol light absorption coefficient (Mm-1), blue channel |

BaG | Aerosol light absorption coefficient (Mm-1), green channel |

BaR | Aerosol light absorption coefficient (Mm-1), red channel |

IrB | Transmittance blue |

IrG | Transmittance green |

IrR | Transmittance red |

IpB | Sample Intensity blue |

IpG | Sample Intensity green |

IpR | Sample Intensity red |

IfB | Reference Intensity blue |

IfG | Reference Intensity green |

IfR | Reference Intensity red |

IpgB | Samp. Int. rsd blue |

IpgG | Samp. Int. rsd green |

IpgR | Samp. Int. rsd red |

IfgB | Ref. Int. rsd blue |

IfgG | Ref. Int. rsd green |

IfgR | Ref. Int. rsd red |

Q | Flow rate |

L | Sample length, integrated (m) Q*dT/A |

Ff | Filter ID (changes each new filter) |

F2 | Instrument flags |

F1 | System flags |

Record | Variables |
---|---|

a | F1;F2;Ff;BaB;BaG;BaR;IrB;IrG;IrR;L |

m | IpB;IpG;IpR;IfB;IfG;IfR;IpgB;IpgG;IpgR;IfgB;IfgG;IfgR;Q |

n | Ff;InB;InG;InR;IpB;IpG;IpR;IfB;IfG;IfR |

## PSAP

Variable | Description |
---|---|

BaO | Aerosol light absorption coefficient (Mm-1), green channel |

IrO | Transmittance green |

IpO | Sample Intensity green |

IfO | Reference Intensity green |

IpgO | Samp. Int. rsd green |

IfgO | Ref. Int. rsd green |

Q | Flow rate |

L | Sample length, integrated (m) Q*dT/A |

Ff | Filter ID (changes each new filter) |

F2 | Instrument flags |

F1 | System flags |

Record | Variables |
---|---|

a | F1;F2;Ff;BaO;L;IrO |

m | Q;IpO;IfO;IpgO;IfgO |

## PWD22

Variable | Description |
---|---|

ZAlarm1 | Visibility alarm code |

ZAlarm2 | Hardware alarm code |

Lv1 | 1 minute visibility (m) |

Lv2 | 10 minute visibility (m) |

WX1 | NWS Code |

WX2 | Instantaneous present weather code |

WX3 | Present weather code for last 15 minutes |

WX4 | Present weather code for last hour |

ZWI | Water intensity (mm/h) |

ZCW | Cumulative water (mm) |

ZCS | Cumulative snow (mm) |

F | System flags |

Record | Variables |
---|---|

a | F;ZAlarm1;ZAlarm2;Lv1;Lv2;WX1;WX2;WX3;WX4;ZWI;ZCW;ZCS |

## Raw Data

Variable | Description |
---|---|

ZReport | Report |

F | System flags |

Record | Variables |
---|---|

r | F;ZReport |

## SEMS

[1-60] designates a single digit within the range. For example “N[1-60]s” becomes “N1s” for the size of the first bin.

Variable | Description |
---|---|

T3 | SEMS Temperature (C) |

T1 | Temperature at CPC condenser (C) |

T2 | Temperature at CPC saturator (C) |

U | RH |

P1 | Impactor pressure |

P2 | DMA pressure |

V | High voltage output |

Q1 | Sheath flow |

Q2 | Excess flow |

Q3 | Mono flow |

N[1-60]s | Bin size [1-60] |

N[1-60]u | Up scan bin [1-60] |

N[1-60]d | Down scan bin [1-60] |

N[1-60]l | dlog(D) [1-60] |

Record | Variables |
---|---|

sh | T1;T2;T3;U;P1;P2;V;Q1;Q2;Q3 |

sz | N1s … N60s |

su | N1u … N60u |

sd | N1d … N60d |

sl | N1l … N60l |

n and d records calculated by data.sd.sems.get from raw data:

Variable | Description |
---|---|

N[1-68] | Concentration for bin [1-68], dN/dLogDp (cm-3) |

N[1-68]s | Bin [1-68] center diameter (um) |

Record | Variables |
---|---|

n | N1 … N68 |

d | N1s … N68s |

c records calculated by data.sd.optical.calc from n and d records:

Variable | Description |
---|---|

Bs[BGRSLC] | Aerosol total light scattering coefficient calculated at XXX nm (Mm-1) |

Bbs[BGRSLC] | Aerosol backwards-hemispheric light scattering coefficient calculated at XXX nm (Mm-1) |

Ba[BGRSLC] | Aerosol light absorption coefficient calculated at XXX nm (Mm-1) |

Record | Variables |
---|---|

c | BsB;BsG;BsR;BbsB;BbsG;BbsR |

## SMPS

[1-70] designates a single digit within the range. For example “N[1-70]s” becomes “N1s” for the size of the first bin.

n and d records loaded by data.sd.smps.get from raw data:

Variable | Description |
---|---|

N[1-70] | Concentration for bin [1-68], dN/dLogDp (cm-3) |

N[1-70]s | Bin [1-68] center diameter (um) |

Record | Variables |
---|---|

n | N1 … N70 |

d | N1s … N70s |

c records calculated by data.sd.optical.calc from n and d records:

Variable | Description |
---|---|

Bs[BGRSLC] | Aerosol total light scattering coefficient calculated at XXX nm (Mm-1) |

Bbs[BGRSLC] | Aerosol backwards-hemispheric light scattering coefficient calculated at XXX nm (Mm-1) |

Ba[BGRSLC] | Aerosol light absorption coefficient calculated at XXX nm (Mm-1) |

Record | Variables |
---|---|

c | BsB;BsG;BsR;BbsB;BbsG;BbsR |

## Misc. Averaging

Note the name of the wind speed and direction variables can be altered at run time.

Variable | Description |
---|---|

WS | Wind Speed (m/s) |

WD | Wind Direction (degrees true) |

F | System flags |

Record | Variables |
---|---|

a | F;WS;WD |

May also create m records however they must be configured at run time.

## TDL

Variable | Description |
---|---|

T | Temperature (C) |

P | Pressure (mb) |

Xc | Water vapor concentration (g/m3) |

F | System flags |

Record | Variables |
---|---|

a | F;T;P;X |

## TSI MFM

This instrument allows variables to be defined at run time so the actual list of variables provided depends on the station configuration. The instrument allows the definition of variables for the flow, temperature and pressure. Since this is also its primary purpose the variables and records listed here are incomplete by definition.

Variable | Description |
---|---|

F | System flags |

Record | Variables |
---|---|

a | F |

m | Disabled by default |

## VelociCalc

This instrument allows variables to be defined at run time so the actual list of variables provided depends on the station configuration. The instrument allows the definition of variables for the flow, temperature and velocity. Since this is also its primary purpose the variables and records listed here are incomplete by definition.

Variable | Description |
---|---|

F | System flags |

Record | Variables |
---|---|

a | F |

m | Disabled by default |

## Vertical Profile Control

Variable | Description |
---|---|

ZTask | Task type |

ZData | Task data (ex: waypoint name |

ZTag | Task tag |

Record | Variables |
---|---|

t | ZTask;ZData |

# Generated CPD2 Variables

There are variables that are generated by various parts of the system that are not logged by a physical instrument or are not logged by the CPD2 data logger itself (for example weather data being imported).

## Intensives Record

There are two forms of the intensives records: short (“s”) and long (“l”). The long version contains all the variables in the short version plus additional ones. Both are generated by data.aggregate.intensives. Note that the extensive parameters in this record are the same as those in the appropriate instrument record except for wavelength adjustments (to 450, 550 and 700 nm by default) as needed. Not all variables are available in one-minute data (humidograph and CCN fits for example). The XI record uses data from A11 (primary absorption) and the XJ record uses A12 (e.x. a CLAP running in parallel).

Variable | Description |
---|---|

BaB | Aerosol light absorption coefficient (Mm-1) blue |

BaG | Aerosol light absorption coefficient (Mm-1) green |

BaR | Aerosol light absorption coefficient (Mm-1) red |

BeB | Aerosol light extinction coefficient (Mm-1) blue |

BeG | Aerosol light extinction coefficient (Mm-1) green |

BeR | Aerosol light extinction coefficient (Mm-1) red |

BsB | Aerosol light scattering coefficient (Mm-1) blue |

BsG | Aerosol light scattering coefficient (Mm-1) green |

BsR | Aerosol light scattering coefficient (Mm-1) red |

F | System flags |

N | CN concentration (cm-3) |

ZAngABG | Absorption angstrom exponent 450/550 nm |

ZAngABR | Absorption angstrom exponent 450/700 nm |

ZAngAGR | Absorption angstrom exponent 550/700 nm |

ZAngSBG | Scattering angstrom exponent 450/550 nm |

ZAngSBR | Scattering angstrom exponent 450/700 nm |

ZAngSGR | Scattering angstrom exponent 550/700 nm |

ZAsyPolyB | Asymmetry parameter from polynomial fit blue |

ZAsyPolyG | Asymmetry parameter from polynomial fit green |

ZAsyPolyR | Asymmetry parameter from polynomial fit red |

ZBfrB | Backscatter fraction blue |

ZBfrG | Backscatter fraction green |

ZBfrR | Backscatter fraction red |

ZRFEB | Radiative forcing efficiency blue |

ZRFEG | Radiative forcing efficiency green |

ZRFER | Radiative forcing efficiency red |

ZSSAB | Single scattering albedo blue |

ZSSAG | Single scattering albedo green |

ZSSAR | Single scattering albedo red |

ZfRHB | fRH(85)/fRH(40) blue |

ZfRHG | fRH(85)/fRH(40) green |

ZfRHR | fRH(85)/fRH(40) red |

ZRapB | Submicron absorption fraction blue |

ZRapG | Submicron absorption fraction green |

ZRapR | Submicron absorption fraction red |

ZRspB | Submicron scattering fraction blue |

ZRspG | Submicron scattering fraction green |

ZRspR | Submicron scattering fraction red |

ZCCNC | CCN fit C value (CCN = C * SS pow k) |

ZCCNk | CCN fit k value (CCN = C * SS pow k) |

Record | Variables |
---|---|

l | F;N;BaB;BaG;BaR;BsB;BsG; BsR;BeB;BeG;BeR;ZSSAB;ZSSAG;ZSSAR; ZBfrB;ZBfrG;ZBfrR;ZAngSBG;ZAngSBR; ZAngSGR;ZAngABG;ZAngABR;ZAngAGR; ZAsymPolyB;ZAsymPolyG;ZAsymPolyR; ZRFEB;ZRFEG;ZRFER;ZRapB;ZRapG; ZRapR;ZRspB;ZRspG;ZRspR;ZfRHB0; ZfRHG;ZfRHR;ZCCNC;ZCCNk |

s | F;N;BaG;BsG;BeG;ZSSAG;ZBfrG;ZAngSBR; ZAngABR;ZAsymPolyG;ZRFEG;ZRapG;ZRspG; ZfRHG;ZCCNC;ZCCNk |

## Humidograph

These are f(RH) fits generated by data.aggregate.humidograph. Note these records have implicit cut size splitting and are only logical on an hourly time base.

Variable | Description |
---|---|

BsG1h0 | Maximum value in PM10 for all data green scattering (Mm-1) |

BsG1h1 | Maximum value in PM1 for all data green scattering (Mm-1) |

BsG1l0 | Minimum value in PM10 for all data green scattering (Mm-1) |

BsG1l1 | Minimum value in PM1 for all data green scattering (Mm-1) |

BsG1m0 | Mean value in PM10 for all data green scattering (Mm-1) |

BsG1m0g | Standard deviation in PM10 for all data green scattering (Mm-1) |

BsG1m1 | Mean value in PM1 for all data green scattering (Mm-1) |

BsG1m1g | Standard deviation in PM1 for all data green scattering (Mm-1) |

BsG2h0 | Maximum value in PM10 for RH < 65 percent green scattering (Mm-1) |

BsG2h1 | Maximum value in PM1 for RH < 65 percent green scattering (Mm-1) |

BsG2l0 | Minimum value in PM10 for RH < 65 percent green scattering (Mm-1) |

BsG2l1 | Minimum value in PM1 for RH < 65 percent green scattering (Mm-1) |

BsG2m0 | Mean value in PM10 for RH < 65 percent green scattering (Mm-1) |

BsG2m0g | Standard deviation in PM10 for RH < 65 percent green scattering (Mm-1) |

BsG2m1 | Mean value in PM1 for RH < 65 percent green scattering (Mm-1) |

BsG2m1g | Standard deviation in PM1 for RH < 65 percent green scattering (Mm-1) |

BsG3h0 | Maximum value in PM10 for RH > 65 percent green scattering (Mm-1) |

BsG3h1 | Maximum value in PM1 for RH > 65 percent green scattering (Mm-1) |

BsG3l0 | Minimum value in PM10 for RH > 65 percent green scattering (Mm-1) |

BsG3l1 | Minimum value in PM1 for RH > 65 percent green scattering (Mm-1) |

BsG3m0 | Mean value in PM10 for RH > 65 percent green scattering (Mm-1) |

BsG3m0g | Standard deviation in PM10 for RH > 65 percent green scattering (Mm-1) |

BsG3m1 | Mean value in PM1 for RH > 65 percent green scattering (Mm-1) |

BsG3m1g | Standard deviation in PM1 for RH > 65 percent green scattering (Mm-1) |

S1t0 | Time of the first observation in PM10 for all data (seconds from Jan 1 1970) |

S1t1 | Time of the first observation in PM1 for all data (seconds from Jan 1 1970) |

S2t0 | Time of the first observation in PM10 for RH < 65 percent (seconds from Jan 1 1970) |

S2t1 | Time of the first observation in PM1 for RH < 65 percent (seconds from Jan 1 1970) |

S3t0 | Time of the first observation in PM10 for RH > 65 percent (seconds from Jan 1 1970) |

S3t1 | Time of the first observation in PM1 for RH > 65 percent (seconds from Jan 1 1970) |

STN;FieldDesc,Station ID code | |

Ud1h0 | Maximum value in PM10 for all data dry humidity (percent) |

Ud1h1 | Maximum value in PM1 for all data dry humidity (percent) |

Ud1l0 | Minimum value in PM10 for all data dry humidity (percent) |

Ud1l1 | Minimum value in PM1 for all data dry humidity (percent) |

Ud1m0 | Mean value in PM10 for all data dry humidity (percent) |

Ud1m0g | Standard deviation in PM10 for all data dry humidity (percent) |

Ud1m1 | Mean value in PM1 for all data dry humidity (percent) |

Ud1m1g | Standard deviation in PM1 for all data dry humidity (percent) |

Ud2h0 | Maximum value in PM10 for RH < 65 percent dry humidity (percent) |

Ud2h1 | Maximum value in PM1 for RH < 65 percent dry humidity (percent) |

Ud2l0 | Minimum value in PM10 for RH < 65 percent dry humidity (percent) |

Ud2l1 | Minimum value in PM1 for RH < 65 percent dry humidity (percent) |

Ud2m0 | Mean value in PM10 for RH < 65 percent dry humidity (percent) |

Ud2m0g | Standard deviation in PM10 for RH < 65 percent dry humidity (percent) |

Ud2m1 | Mean value in PM1 for RH < 65 percent dry humidity (percent) |

Ud2m1g | Standard deviation in PM1 for RH < 65 percent dry humidity (percent) |

Ud3h0 | Maximum value in PM10 for RH > 65 percent dry humidity (percent) |

Ud3h1 | Maximum value in PM1 for RH > 65 percent dry humidity (percent) |

Ud3l0 | Minimum value in PM10 for RH > 65 percent dry humidity (percent) |

Ud3l1 | Minimum value in PM1 for RH > 65 percent dry humidity (percent) |

Ud3m0 | Mean value in PM10 for RH > 65 percent dry humidity (percent) |

Ud3m0g | Standard deviation in PM10 for RH > 65 percent dry humidity (percent) |

Ud3m1 | Mean value in PM1 for RH > 65 percent dry humidity (percent) |

Ud3m1g | Standard deviation in PM1 for RH > 65 percent dry humidity (percent) |

Uw1h0 | Maximum value in PM10 for all data wet humidity (percent) |

Uw1h1 | Maximum value in PM1 for all data wet humidity (percent) |

Uw1l0 | Minimum value in PM10 for all data wet humidity (percent) |

Uw1l1 | Minimum value in PM1 for all data wet humidity (percent) |

Uw1m0 | Mean value in PM10 for all data wet humidity (percent) |

Uw1m0g | Standard deviation in PM10 for all data wet humidity (percent) |

Uw1m1 | Mean value in PM1 for all data wet humidity (percent) |

Uw1m1g | Standard deviation in PM1 for all data wet humidity (percent) |

Uw2h0 | Maximum value in PM10 for RH < 65 percent wet humidity (percent) |

Uw2h1 | Maximum value in PM1 for RH < 65 percent wet humidity (percent) |

Uw2l0 | Minimum value in PM10 for RH < 65 percent wet humidity (percent) |

Uw2l1 | Minimum value in PM1 for RH < 65 percent wet humidity (percent) |

Uw2m0 | Mean value in PM10 for RH < 65 percent wet humidity (percent) |

Uw2m0g | Standard deviation in PM10 for RH < 65 percent wet humidity (percent) |

Uw2m1 | Mean value in PM1 for RH < 65 percent wet humidity (percent) |

Uw2m1g | Standard deviation in PM1 for RH < 65 percent wet humidity (percent) |

Uw3h0 | Maximum value in PM10 for RH > 65 percent wet humidity (percent) |

Uw3h1 | Maximum value in PM1 for RH > 65 percent wet humidity (percent) |

Uw3l0 | Minimum value in PM10 for RH > 65 percent wet humidity (percent) |

Uw3l1 | Minimum value in PM1 for RH > 65 percent wet humidity (percent) |

Uw3m0 | Mean value in PM10 for RH > 65 percent wet humidity (percent) |

Uw3m0g | Standard deviation in PM10 for RH > 65 percent wet humidity (percent) |

Uw3m1 | Mean value in PM1 for RH > 65 percent wet humidity (percent) |

Uw3m1g | Standard deviation in PM1 for RH > 65 percent wet humidity (percent) |

ZFc1BbsB0</sup> | BbsB in PM10 for all data chi^{2} |

ZFc1BbsB1</sup> | BbsB in PM1 for all data chi^{2} |

ZFc1BbsG0</sup> | BbsG in PM10 for all data chi^{2} |

ZFc1BbsG1</sup> | BbsG in PM1 for all data chi^{2} |

ZFc1BbsR0</sup> | BbsR in PM10 for all data chi^{2} |

ZFc1BbsR1</sup> | BbsR in PM1 for all data chi^{2} |

ZFc1BsB0</sup> | BsB in PM10 for all data chi^{2} |

ZFc1BsB1</sup> | BsB in PM1 for all data chi^{2} |

ZFc1BsG0</sup> | BsG in PM10 for all data chi^{2} |

ZFc1BsG1</sup> | BsG in PM1 for all data chi^{2} |

ZFc1BsR0</sup> | BsR in PM10 for all data chi^{2} |

ZFc1BsR1</sup> | BsR in PM1 for all data chi^{2} |

ZFc2BbsB0</sup> | BbsB in PM10 for RH < 65 percent chi^{2} |

ZFc2BbsB1</sup> | BbsB in PM1 for RH < 65 percent chi^{2} |

ZFc2BbsG0</sup> | BbsG in PM10 for RH < 65 percent chi^{2} |

ZFc2BbsG1</sup> | BbsG in PM1 for RH < 65 percent chi^{2} |

ZFc2BbsR0</sup> | BbsR in PM10 for RH < 65 percent chi^{2} |

ZFc2BbsR1</sup> | BbsR in PM1 for RH < 65 percent chi^{2} |

ZFc2BsB0</sup> | BsB in PM10 for RH < 65 percent chi^{2} |

ZFc2BsB1</sup> | BsB in PM1 for RH < 65 percent chi^{2} |

ZFc2BsG0</sup> | BsG in PM10 for RH < 65 percent chi^{2} |

ZFc2BsG1</sup> | BsG in PM1 for RH < 65 percent chi^{2} |

ZFc2BsR0</sup> | BsR in PM10 for RH < 65 percent chi^{2} |

ZFc2BsR1</sup> | BsR in PM1 for RH < 65 percent chi^{2} |

ZFc3BbsB0</sup> | BbsB in PM10 for RH > 65 percent chi^{2} |

ZFc3BbsB1</sup> | BbsB in PM1 for RH > 65 percent chi^{2} |

ZFc3BbsG0</sup> | BbsG in PM10 for RH > 65 percent chi^{2} |

ZFc3BbsG1</sup> | BbsG in PM1 for RH > 65 percent chi^{2} |

ZFc3BbsR0</sup> | BbsR in PM10 for RH > 65 percent chi^{2} |

ZFc3BbsR1</sup> | BbsR in PM1 for RH > 65 percent chi^{2} |

ZFc3BsB0</sup> | BsB in PM10 for RH > 65 percent chi^{2} |

ZFc3BsB1</sup> | BsB in PM1 for RH > 65 percent chi^{2} |

ZFc3BsG0</sup> | BsG in PM10 for RH > 65 percent chi^{2} |

ZFc3BsG1</sup> | BsG in PM1 for RH > 65 percent chi^{2} |

ZFc3BsR0</sup> | BsR in PM10 for RH > 65 percent chi^{2} |

ZFc3BsR1</sup> | BsR in PM1 for RH > 65 percent chi^{2} |

ZPa1BbsB0</sup> | BbsB in PM10 for all data a: ZPa*(1-RH/100)^{(-ZPg)} |

ZPa1BbsB1</sup> | BbsB in PM1 for all data a: ZPa*(1-RH/100)^{(-ZPg)} |

ZPa1BbsG0</sup> | BbsG in PM10 for all data a: ZPa*(1-RH/100)^{(-ZPg)} |

ZPa1BbsG1</sup> | BbsG in PM1 for all data a: ZPa*(1-RH/100)^{(-ZPg)} |

ZPa1BbsR0</sup> | BbsR in PM10 for all data a: ZPa*(1-RH/100)^{(-ZPg)} |

ZPa1BbsR1</sup> | BbsR in PM1 for all data a: ZPa*(1-RH/100)^{(-ZPg)} |

ZPa1BsB0</sup> | BsB in PM10 for all data a: ZPa*(1-RH/100)^{(-ZPg)} |

ZPa1BsB1</sup> | BsB in PM1 for all data a: ZPa*(1-RH/100)^{(-ZPg)} |

ZPa1BsG0</sup> | BsG in PM10 for all data a: ZPa*(1-RH/100)^{(-ZPg)} |

ZPa1BsG1</sup> | BsG in PM1 for all data a: ZPa*(1-RH/100)^{(-ZPg)} |

ZPa1BsR0</sup> | BsR in PM10 for all data a: ZPa*(1-RH/100)^{(-ZPg)} |

ZPa1BsR1</sup> | BsR in PM1 for all data a: ZPa*(1-RH/100)^{(-ZPg)} |

ZPa2BbsB0</sup> | BbsB in PM10 for RH < 65 percent a: ZPa*(1-RH/100)^{(-ZPg)} |

ZPa2BbsB1</sup> | BbsB in PM1 for RH < 65 percent a: ZPa*(1-RH/100)^{(-ZPg)} |

ZPa2BbsG0</sup> | BbsG in PM10 for RH < 65 percent a: ZPa*(1-RH/100)^{(-ZPg)} |

ZPa2BbsG1</sup> | BbsG in PM1 for RH < 65 percent a: ZPa*(1-RH/100)^{(-ZPg)} |

ZPa2BbsR0</sup> | BbsR in PM10 for RH < 65 percent a: ZPa*(1-RH/100)^{(-ZPg)} |

ZPa2BbsR1</sup> | BbsR in PM1 for RH < 65 percent a: ZPa*(1-RH/100)^{(-ZPg)} |

ZPa2BsB0</sup> | BsB in PM10 for RH < 65 percent a: ZPa*(1-RH/100)^{(-ZPg)} |

ZPa2BsB1</sup> | BsB in PM1 for RH < 65 percent a: ZPa*(1-RH/100)^{(-ZPg)} |

ZPa2BsG0</sup> | BsG in PM10 for RH < 65 percent a: ZPa*(1-RH/100)^{(-ZPg)} |

ZPa2BsG1</sup> | BsG in PM1 for RH < 65 percent a: ZPa*(1-RH/100)^{(-ZPg)} |

ZPa2BsR0</sup> | BsR in PM10 for RH < 65 percent a: ZPa*(1-RH/100)^{(-ZPg)} |

ZPa2BsR1</sup> | BsR in PM1 for RH < 65 percent a: ZPa*(1-RH/100)^{(-ZPg)} |

ZPa3BbsB0</sup> | BbsB in PM10 for RH > 65 percent a: ZPa*(1-RH/100)^{(-ZPg)} |

ZPa3BbsB1</sup> | BbsB in PM1 for RH > 65 percent a: ZPa*(1-RH/100)^{(-ZPg)} |

ZPa3BbsG0</sup> | BbsG in PM10 for RH > 65 percent a: ZPa*(1-RH/100)^{(-ZPg)} |

ZPa3BbsG1</sup> | BbsG in PM1 for RH > 65 percent a: ZPa*(1-RH/100)^{(-ZPg)} |

ZPa3BbsR0</sup> | BbsR in PM10 for RH > 65 percent a: ZPa*(1-RH/100)^{(-ZPg)} |

ZPa3BbsR1</sup> | BbsR in PM1 for RH > 65 percent a: ZPa*(1-RH/100)^{(-ZPg)} |

ZPa3BsB0</sup> | BsB in PM10 for RH > 65 percent a: ZPa*(1-RH/100)^{(-ZPg)} |

ZPa3BsB1</sup> | BsB in PM1 for RH > 65 percent a: ZPa*(1-RH/100)^{(-ZPg)} |

ZPa3BsG0</sup> | BsG in PM10 for RH > 65 percent a: ZPa*(1-RH/100)^{(-ZPg)} |

ZPa3BsG1</sup> | BsG in PM1 for RH > 65 percent a: ZPa*(1-RH/100)^{(-ZPg)} |

ZPa3BsR0</sup> | BsR in PM10 for RH > 65 percent a: ZPa*(1-RH/100)^{(-ZPg)} |

ZPa3BsR1</sup> | BsR in PM1 for RH > 65 percent a: ZPa*(1-RH/100)^{(-ZPg)} |

ZPg1BbsB0</sup> | BbsB in PM10 for all data Gamma: ZPa*(1-RH/100)^{(-ZPg)} |

ZPg1BbsB1</sup> | BbsB in PM1 for all data Gamma: ZPa*(1-RH/100)^{(-ZPg)} |

ZPg1BbsG0</sup> | BbsG in PM10 for all data Gamma: ZPa*(1-RH/100)^{(-ZPg)} |

ZPg1BbsG1</sup> | BbsG in PM1 for all data Gamma: ZPa*(1-RH/100)^{(-ZPg)} |

ZPg1BbsR0</sup> | BbsR in PM10 for all data Gamma: ZPa*(1-RH/100)^{(-ZPg)} |

ZPg1BbsR1</sup> | BbsR in PM1 for all data Gamma: ZPa*(1-RH/100)^{(-ZPg)} |

ZPg1BsB0</sup> | BsB in PM10 for all data Gamma: ZPa*(1-RH/100)^{(-ZPg)} |

ZPg1BsB1</sup> | BsB in PM1 for all data Gamma: ZPa*(1-RH/100)^{(-ZPg)} |

ZPg1BsG0</sup> | BsG in PM10 for all data Gamma: ZPa*(1-RH/100)^{(-ZPg)} |

ZPg1BsG1</sup> | BsG in PM1 for all data Gamma: ZPa*(1-RH/100)^{(-ZPg)} |

ZPg1BsR0</sup> | BsR in PM10 for all data Gamma: ZPa*(1-RH/100)^{(-ZPg)} |

ZPg1BsR1</sup> | BsR in PM1 for all data Gamma: ZPa*(1-RH/100)^{(-ZPg)} |

ZPg2BbsB0</sup> | BbsB in PM10 for RH < 65 percent Gamma: ZPa*(1-RH/100)^{(-ZPg)} |

ZPg2BbsB1</sup> | BbsB in PM1 for RH < 65 percent Gamma: ZPa*(1-RH/100)^{(-ZPg)} |

ZPg2BbsG0</sup> | BbsG in PM10 for RH < 65 percent Gamma: ZPa*(1-RH/100)^{(-ZPg)} |

ZPg2BbsG1</sup> | BbsG in PM1 for RH < 65 percent Gamma: ZPa*(1-RH/100)^{(-ZPg)} |

ZPg2BbsR0</sup> | BbsR in PM10 for RH < 65 percent Gamma: ZPa*(1-RH/100)^{(-ZPg)} |

ZPg2BbsR1</sup> | BbsR in PM1 for RH < 65 percent Gamma: ZPa*(1-RH/100)^{(-ZPg)} |

ZPg2BsB0</sup> | BsB in PM10 for RH < 65 percent Gamma: ZPa*(1-RH/100)^{(-ZPg)} |

ZPg2BsB1</sup> | BsB in PM1 for RH < 65 percent Gamma: ZPa*(1-RH/100)^{(-ZPg)} |

ZPg2BsG0</sup> | BsG in PM10 for RH < 65 percent Gamma: ZPa*(1-RH/100)^{(-ZPg)} |

ZPg2BsG1</sup> | BsG in PM1 for RH < 65 percent Gamma: ZPa*(1-RH/100)^{(-ZPg)} |

ZPg2BsR0</sup> | BsR in PM10 for RH < 65 percent Gamma: ZPa*(1-RH/100)^{(-ZPg)} |

ZPg2BsR1</sup> | BsR in PM1 for RH < 65 percent Gamma: ZPa*(1-RH/100)^{(-ZPg)} |

ZPg3BbsB0</sup> | BbsB in PM10 for RH > 65 percent Gamma: ZPa*(1-RH/100)^{(-ZPg)} |

ZPg3BbsB1</sup> | BbsB in PM1 for RH > 65 percent Gamma: ZPa*(1-RH/100)^{(-ZPg)} |

ZPg3BbsG0</sup> | BbsG in PM10 for RH > 65 percent Gamma: ZPa*(1-RH/100)^{(-ZPg)} |

ZPg3BbsG1</sup> | BbsG in PM1 for RH > 65 percent Gamma: ZPa*(1-RH/100)^{(-ZPg)} |

ZPg3BbsR0</sup> | BbsR in PM10 for RH > 65 percent Gamma: ZPa*(1-RH/100)^{(-ZPg)} |

ZPg3BbsR1</sup> | BbsR in PM1 for RH > 65 percent Gamma: ZPa*(1-RH/100)^{(-ZPg)} |

ZPg3BsB0</sup> | BsB in PM10 for RH > 65 percent Gamma: ZPa*(1-RH/100)^{(-ZPg)} |

ZPg3BsB1</sup> | BsB in PM1 for RH > 65 percent Gamma: ZPa*(1-RH/100)^{(-ZPg)} |

ZPg3BsG0</sup> | BsG in PM10 for RH > 65 percent Gamma: ZPa*(1-RH/100)^{(-ZPg)} |

ZPg3BsG1</sup> | BsG in PM1 for RH > 65 percent Gamma: ZPa*(1-RH/100)^{(-ZPg)} |

ZPg3BsR0</sup> | BsR in PM10 for RH > 65 percent Gamma: ZPa*(1-RH/100)^{(-ZPg)} |

ZPg3BsR1</sup> | BsR in PM1 for RH > 65 percent Gamma: ZPa*(1-RH/100)^{(-ZPg)} |

Zf1RHG0 | fRH(85)/fRH(40) in PM10 for all data green total scattering |

Zf1RHG1 | fRH(85)/fRH(40) in PM1 for all data green total scattering |

Zf2RHG0 | fRH(85)/fRH(40) in PM10 for RH < 65 percent green total scattering |

Zf2RHG1 | fRH(85)/fRH(40) in PM1 for RH < 65 percent green total scattering |

Zf3RHG0 | fRH(85)/fRH(40) in PM10 for RH > 65 percent green total scattering |

Zf3RHG1 | fRH(85)/fRH(40) in PM1 for RH > 65 percent green total scattering |

Record | Variables |
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h | BsG1m0 ; BsG1l0 ; BsG1h0 ; BsG1m0g ; Ud1m0 ; Ud1l0 ; Ud1h0 ; Ud1m0g ; Uw1m0 ; Uw1l0 ; Uw1h0 ; Uw1m0g ; Zf1RHG0 ; S1t0 ; ZPg1BbsB0 ; ZPa1BbsB0 ; ZFc1BbsB0 ; ZPg1BbsG0 ; ZPa1BbsG0 ; ZFc1BbsG0 ; ZPg1BbsR0 ; ZPa1BbsR0 ; ZFc1BbsR0 ; ZPg1BsB0 ; ZPa1BsB0 ; ZFc1BsB0 ; ZPg1BsG0 ; ZPa1BsG0 ; ZFc1BsG0 ; ZPg1BsR0 ; ZPa1BsR0 ; ZFc1BsR0 ; BsG1m1 ; BsG1l1 ; BsG1h1 ; BsG1m1g ; Ud1m1 ; Ud1l1 ; Ud1h1 ; Ud1m1g ; Uw1m1 ; Uw1l1 ; Uw1h1 ; Uw1m1g ; Zf1RHG1 ; S1t1 ; ZPg1BbsB1 ; ZPa1BbsB1 ; ZFc1BbsB1 ; ZPg1BbsG1 ; ZPa1BbsG1 ; ZFc1BbsG1 ; ZPg1BbsR1 ; ZPa1BbsR1 ; ZFc1BbsR1 ; ZPg1BsB1 ; ZPa1BsB1 ; ZFc1BsB1 ; ZPg1BsG1 ; ZPa1BsG1 ; ZFc1BsG1 ; ZPg1BsR1 ; ZPa1BsR1 ; ZFc1BsR1 ; BsG2m0 ; BsG2l0 ; BsG2h0 ; BsG2m0g ; Ud2m0 ; Ud2l0 ; Ud2h0 ; Ud2m0g ; Uw2m0 ; Uw2l0 ; Uw2h0 ; Uw2m0g ; Zf2RHG0 ; S2t0 ; ZPg2BbsB0 ; ZPa2BbsB0 ; ZFc2BbsB0 ; ZPg2BbsG0 ; ZPa2BbsG0 ; ZFc2BbsG0 ; ZPg2BbsR0 ; ZPa2BbsR0 ; ZFc2BbsR0 ; ZPg2BsB0 ; ZPa2BsB0 ; ZFc2BsB0 ; ZPg2BsG0 ; ZPa2BsG0 ; ZFc2BsG0 ; ZPg2BsR0 ; ZPa2BsR0 ; ZFc2BsR0 ; BsG2m1 ; BsG2l1 ; BsG2h1 ; BsG2m1g ; Ud2m1 ; Ud2l1 ; Ud2h1 ; Ud2m1g ; Uw2m1 ; Uw2l1 ; Uw2h1 ; Uw2m1g ; Zf2RHG1 ; S2t1 ; ZPg2BbsB1 ; ZPa2BbsB1 ; ZFc2BbsB1 ; ZPg2BbsG1 ; ZPa2BbsG1 ; ZFc2BbsG1 ; ZPg2BbsR1 ; ZPa2BbsR1 ; ZFc2BbsR1 ; ZPg2BsB1 ; ZPa2BsB1 ; ZFc2BsB1 ; ZPg2BsG1 ; ZPa2BsG1 ; ZFc2BsG1 ; ZPg2BsR1 ; ZPa2BsR1 ; ZFc2BsR1 ; BsG3m0 ; BsG3l0 ; BsG3h0 ; BsG3m0g ; Ud3m0 ; Ud3l0 ; Ud3h0 ; Ud3m0g ; Uw3m0 ; Uw3l0 ; Uw3h0 ; Uw3m0g ; Zf3RHG0 ; S3t0 ; ZPg3BbsB0 ; ZPa3BbsB0 ; ZFc3BbsB0 ; ZPg3BbsG0 ; ZPa3BbsG0 ; ZFc3BbsG0 ; ZPg3BbsR0 ; ZPa3BbsR0 ; ZFc3BbsR0 ; ZPg3BsB0 ; ZPa3BsB0 ; ZFc3BsB0 ; ZPg3BsG0 ; ZPa3BsG0 ; ZFc3BsG0 ; ZPg3BsR0 ; ZPa3BsR0 ; ZFc3BsR0 ; BsG3m1 ; BsG3l1 ; BsG3h1 ; BsG3m1g ; Ud3m1 ; Ud3l1 ; Ud3h1 ; Ud3m1g ; Uw3m1 ; Uw3l1 ; Uw3h1 ; Uw3m1g ; Zf3RHG1 ; S3t1 ; ZPg3BbsB1 ; ZPa3BbsB1 ; ZFc3BbsB1 ; ZPg3BbsG1 ; ZPa3BbsG1 ; ZFc3BbsG1 ; ZPg3BbsR1 ; ZPa3BbsR1 ; ZFc3BbsR1 ; ZPg3BsB1 ; ZPa3BsB1 ; ZFc3BsB1 ; ZPg3BsG1 ; ZPa3BsG1 ; ZFc3BsG1 ; ZPg3BsR1 ; ZPa3BsR1 ; ZFc3BsR1 |

## CCN Fits

These are CCN N vs SS fits generated by data.aggregate.ccnfit. Note that these records are only valid on a time base of at least the CCN scan time (30 minutes).

Variable | Description |
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ZEquation | Equation fitted |

ZF1 | chi^{2} |

ZMethod | Fit method used |

ZP1_N21 | C: (ZP1)*(SS)^{ZP2} |

ZP2_N21 | k: (ZP1)*(SS)^{ZP2} |

Record | Variables |
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f | ZMethod;ZEquation;ZF1;ZP1;ZP2 |

## Weather Data

See here.

# Variable Modifiers

Under certain conditions (averaging and/or cut size splitting) variables may be derived from other variables. Generally these are denoted by the original name plus a modifier. These modifiers take the form of additional characters in the “prefix” of the variable. Some common modifiers follow:

* “0” - PM10 cut size split. * “1” - PM1 cut size split. * “N” - Counts, usually the number of points in an average. * “g” - Standard deviation, usually of all the points in an average.

For example during averaging the variable “BsG_S11” (reference neph scattering) will have all the PM10 data placed into “BsG0_S11” while the PM1 data would be in “BsG1_S11”. Similarly it might have the number of points of the PM10 average in “BsG0N_S11” and the standard deviation as “BsG0g_S11”.