An electrically calibrated pyroelectric radiometer system, Nat.
What does ECPR stand for?
ECPR stands for Electrically Calibrated Pyroelectric Radiometer
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We have 10 other meanings of ECPR in our Acronym Attic
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- European Coalition of Positive People (UK)
- European Confederation of Psychoanalytic Psychotherapies (est. 2003)
- European Convention for the Protection of Pet Animals
- European Copper Plumbing Promotion Campaign (UK)
- European Conference on Product and Process Modelling
- Elizabeth City Pasquotank Public Schools (North Carolina)
- Elearn Security Certified Professional Penetration Tester (computer security)
- End Child Prostitution, Pornography and Trafficking
- Efficient Component Pricing Rule
- Électricité et Climatisation du Pays de Retz (French electricity and air conditioning company)
- Electrochemical Pattern Replication (Replisaurus Technologies)
- European Centre for Pollution Research (London, UK)
- European Consortium for Political Research (UK)
- Extracorporeal Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation
- European Centre for Parliamentary Research and Documentation
- East Coast Peds Racing Team
- Early Childhood Parenting Skills
- East Coast Primary School (Singapore)
- Educational and Counselling Psychology and Special Education (University of British Columbia, Vancouver)
Samples in periodicals archive:
The four measurement services are based on: (1) the laser optimized cryogenic radiometer (LOCR) and free field collimated laser light; (2) the C-series isoperibol calorimeter and free-field collimated laser light; (3) the electrically calibrated pyroelectric radiometer and fiber-coupled laser light; (4) the pyroelectric wedge trap detector, which measures light from a lamp source and monochromator.
The NIST reference standard  is an electrically calibrated pyroelectric radiometer (ECPR), which had been previously calibrated against a primary standard, the NIST Laser Optimized Cryogenic Radiometer (LOCR).