LED-binning - Part 1: General requirements and white colour grid

IEC 62707-1:2013 specifies general requirements, a grid and a corresponding code for the colour binning of white LED packages emitting incoherent, visible radiation. It applies for LED packages. Other parts of the IEC 62707 series covering chromaticity of coloured LED packages, luminous flux/luminous intensity, colour rendering and forward voltage are in preparation or under consideration. This first edition cancels and replaces IEC/PAS 62707-1, published in 2011.

LED-Binning - Allgemeine Anforderungen und Weißfelder

Tri des LED - Partie 1: Exigences générales et matrice de couleur blanche

L'IEC 62707-1:2013 spécifie les exigences générales, une matrice et un code correspondant pour le tri de la couleur des ensembles de LED blanches qui émettent un rayonnement visible incohérent. Elle s'applique aux ensembles de LED. D'autres parties de la série CEI 62707 traitant de la chromaticité des ensembles de LED colorées, du flux lumineux/de l'intensité lumineuse, du rendu des couleurs et de la tension directe sont en préparation ou à l'étude. Cette première édition annule et la CEI/PAS 62707-1, parue en 2011.

LED - Razvrščanje po parametrih - 1. del: Splošne zahteve in bela mreža (IEC 62707-1:2013 )

Ta del standarda IEC 62707 določa splošne zahteve, mrežo in ustrezno kodo za barvno zbiranje belih paketov LED, ki oddajajo nedosledno, vidno sevanje. Uporablja se za pakete LED.
Drugi deli skupine standardov IEC 62707 zajemajo kromatske barvne pakete LED, svetlobni tok/intenzivnost svetilnosti, barvno upodobitev in napetost so predmet priprave ali presoje.
OPOMBA 1: Ta mednarodni standard se ne uporablja za module LED, sijalke LED in svetilke LED.
OPOMBA 2: Kljub uporabi izraza »bela svetloba«, namen tega mednarodnega standarda ni definirati »bele svetlobe«, ampak določiti mrežo in ustrezno kodo za barvno zbiranje belih paketov LED, ki oddajajo nedosledno, vidno sevanje. Območje mreže se lahko razlikuje od podane definicije bele svetlobe v drugih standardih ali predpisih.

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EUROPEAN STANDARD
EN 62707-1
NORME EUROPÉENNE
March 2014
EUROPÄISCHE NORM
ICS 29.140.99
English version
LED-binning -
Part 1: General requirements and white colour grid
(IEC 62707-1:2013)
Tri des LED - LED-Binning -
Partie 1: Exigences générales et matrice Allgemeine Anforderungen und
de couleur blanche Weißfelder
(CEI 62707-1:2013) (IEC 62707-1:2013)

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Foreword

The text of document 34A/1702/FDIS, future edition 1 of IEC 62707-1, prepared by SC 34A, "Lamps",

of IEC/TC 34, "Lamps and related equipment" was submitted to the IEC-CENELEC parallel vote and

approved by CENELEC as EN 62707-1:2014.
The following dates are fixed:
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to be implemented at national level by
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standard or by endorsement
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standards conflicting with the
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patent rights. CENELEC [and/or CEN] shall not be held responsible for identifying any or all such

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Endorsement notice

The text of the International Standard IEC 62707-1:2013 was approved by CENELEC as a European

Standard without any modification.

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ISO 11664-1 NOTE Harmonized as EN ISO 11664-1.
ISO 11664-5 NOTE Harmonized as EN ISO 11664-5.
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Annex ZA
(normative)
Normative references to international publications
with their corresponding European publications

The following documents, in whole or in part, are normatively referenced in this document and are

indispensable for its application. For dated references, only the edition cited applies. For undated

references, the latest edition of the referenced document (including any amendments) applies.

NOTE When an international publication has been modified by common modifications, indicated by (mod), the relevant EN/HD

applies.
Publication Year Title EN/HD Year
IEC/TS 62504 - General lighting - LEDs and LED modules - - -
Terms and definitions
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CONTENTS

FOREWORD ........................................................................................................................... 3

1 Scope .............................................................................................................................. 5

2 Normative references ...................................................................................................... 5

3 Terms and Definitions ...................................................................................................... 5

4 Chromaticity bins for white LED packages ....................................................................... 6

4.1 Grid for white LED packages .............................................................................. 6

4.2 White colour bins ............................................................................................... 8

4.3 Code for the chromaticity of white LED packages ............................................... 8

4.3.1 Optional six digit code for the designation of white colour bins.......... 8

4.3.2 Other codes for the designation of white colour bins ....................... 12

Annex A (informative) White binning grid coordinates for p ≥ 0 ............................................ 13

Annex B (informative) White binning grid coordinates for p < 0 ............................................ 21

Bibliography .......................................................................................................................... 27

Figure 1 – Extension of the Planckian locus beyond T .......................................................... 7

Figure 2 – Example of grid points with four digit designation ................................................. 10

Figure 3 – Example of white color bin ebxD68....................................................................... 11

Figure 4 – Detail of Figure 3 ................................................................................................. 12

Table 1 – Code for |p| ............................................................................................................. 8

Table 2 – Code for |j| .............................................................................................................. 9

Table 3 – Code for m and n .................................................................................................... 9

Table 4 – Examples for white colour bin codes........................................................................ 9

Table A.1 – White binning grid coordinates for the grid points along the Planckian

locus (p ≥ 0) .......................................................................................................................... 13

Table B.1 – White binning grid coordinates for the grid points along the extension of

the Planckian locus (p < 0) ................................................................................................... 21

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FOREWORD

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International Standard IEC 62707-1 has been prepared by subcommittee 34A: Lamps, of IEC

technical committee 34: Lamps and related equipment.
The text of this standard is based on the following documents:
FDIS Report on voting
34A/1702/FDIS 34A/1736/RVD

Full information on the voting for the approval of this standard can be found in the report on

voting indicated in the above table.
This first edition cancels and replaces IEC/PAS 62707-1, published in 2011.

This publication has been drafted in accordance with the ISO/IEC Directives, Part 2.

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A list of all parts in the IEC 62707 series, published under the general title LED-binning, can

be found on the IEC website.

The committee has decided that the contents of this publication will remain unchanged until

the stability date indicated on the IEC web site under "http://webstore.iec.ch" in the data

related to the specific publication. At this date, the publication will be
• reconfirmed,
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• replaced by a revised edition, or
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IMPORTANT – The “colour inside” logo on the cover page of this publication indicates

that it contains colours which are considered to be useful for the correct understanding

of its contents. Users should therefore print this publication using a colour printer.

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LED-BINNING –
Part 1: General requirements and white colour grid
1 Scope

This part of IEC 62707 specifies general requirements, a grid and a corresponding code for

the colour binning of white LED packages emitting incoherent, visible radiation. It applies for

LED packages.

Other parts of the IEC 62707 series covering chromaticity of coloured LED packages,

luminous flux/luminous intensity, colour rendering and forward voltage are in preparation or

under consideration.

NOTE 1 This International Standard does not apply for LED modules, LED lamps and LED luminaires.

NOTE 2 Even though the words "white light" are used, the purpose of this International Standard is not to define

"white light", but to specify a grid and a corresponding colour code for the colour binning of white LED packages

emitting incoherent, visible radiation. The area covered by the grid may differ from the definition of white light given

in other standards or regulations.
2 Normative references

The following documents, in whole or in part, are normatively referenced in this document and

are indispensable for its application. For dated references, only the edition cited applies. For

undated references, the latest edition of the referenced document (including any
amendments) applies.
IEC/TS 62504, General lighting – LEDs and LED modules – Terms and definitions
3 Terms and Definitions

For the purposes of this document, the terms and definitions given in IEC/TS 62504, as well

as the following apply.
3.1
bin

restricted range of LED package performance characteristics used to delimit a subset of LED

packages near a nominal LED package performance as identified by chromaticity, photometric

performance and forward voltage
3.2
grid
entity representing colour coordinates and specified by a set of grid points
3.3
grid point

colour coordinate in u’, v’ colour space (or its equivalent in the x, y colour space) identified by

two discrete indices, the first index p counting steps along the Planckian locus, and its

extension beyond the high temperature boundary towards blue colours and second index j

along Judd isothermal lines

Note 1 to entry: The u', v' colour space is specified in ISO 11664-5 CIE S 014-5/E. The x, y colour space is

specified in ISO 11664-1 CIE S 014-1/E.
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3.4
white color bin
area inside a quadrilateral defined by four grid points
4 Chromaticity bins for white LED packages
4.1 Grid for white LED packages

The grid shall be aligned in equidistant steps along the Planckian locus, and its extension

beyond the high temperature boundary towards blue colours, in the first direction (Planck-axis)

and in equidistant steps along the Judd isothermal lines in the second direction (Judd-axis).

The origin of the grid shall be on the Planckian locus at T (u’/v’) = (0,180 06/0,395 28).

The distance between adjacent grid points along the Planckian locus and its extension

beyond the high temperature boundary towards blue colours and along Judd isothermal lines

in the u’, v’ colour space shall be s = 0,001 74. Steps along the Planckian locus are counted

with a positive index p, steps toward blue with a negative index p. Steps towards the

saturated colour line (gamut) along the Judd-axis are counted with a positive index j and with

negative index j in the opposite direction.

NOTE 1 s = 0,0017 4 has been chosen as providing for the best alignment with existing chromaticity requirements.

The Planckian locus shall be extended beyond T (towards blue) as follows (see Figure 1):

• Quadratic Bézier locus defined by three points:
– P : T (u’/v’) = (0,180 06/0,395 28)
1 ∞
– P : (u’/v’) = (0,141 22/0,155 93)
– P : (u’/v’) = (0,256 80/0,016 59)
2 2
• The Bézier locus is B(t) = P × (1-t) + 2P × t × (1-t) + P × t ; t ∈ (0;1).
1 2 3

NOTE 2 P is the intersection of spectral locus of the u', v' colour space and tangent of Planckian locus at T in

2 ∞
direction of blue wavelength.

NOTE 3 P corresponds to a wavelength of 380 nm on the spectral locus of the u', v' colour space.

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0,55
0,50
2 000 K
7 000 K
3 000 K
12 000 K
0,45
5 000 K
∞ K
0,40
P = T
1 ∞
0,35
0,087
0,30
0,25
0,174
0,20
0,261
0,15 P
0,10 0,348
0,05
0 0,1 0,2 0,3 0,4 0,5 0,6
IEC 2892/13

The decimal values at the Beziér curve give the distance from T along the Beziér.

Figure 1 – Extension of the Planckian locus beyond T

The coordinates u’ (p) and v’ (p) of the grid points on the Planckian locus (BB = Black

BB BB

Body) and the extension on the Planckian locus are given in Annex A and Annex B, as well as

the unit increments Δu’ (p) and Δv’ (p) of the corresponding Judd isothermal lines.

BB BB

The u’ and v’ coordinates of a grid point specified by the indices p and j are given by

u’(p, j) = u’ (p) + j × Δu’ (p)
BB BB
v’(p, j) = v’ (p) + j × Δv’ (p)
BB BB
u‘, v‘ (p, j) = (u’ (p) + j × Δu’ (p); v’ (p) + j × Δv’ (p))
BB BB BB BB

The index (p, j) = (0, 0) corresponds to the T point and the coordinates are (rounded to five

digits):
u’ (0, 0) = 0,180 06, v’ (0, 0) = 0,395 28 or
u‘, v‘ (0, 0) = (0,180 06; 0,395 28)

Grid points in the u’, v’ coordinate system can be translated into equivalent grid points in the x,

y coordinate system using the following equations:
x(p, j) = 9u'(p, j)/(6u'(p, j) – 16v'(p, j) + 12)
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y(p, j) = 4v'(p, j)/(6u'(p, j) – 16v'(p, j) + 12)

It is recommended to round grid point coordinates to 5 digits after the decimal sign.

4.2 White colour bins

White colour bins are defined as the area inside a quadrilateral. An origin (p, j) and a positive

step size m, n along the Planckian locus (or its extension beyond T ) and the Judd lines

respectively is given. The quadrilateral is constructed by connecting the four grid points

[u’, v’ (p, j)], [u’, v’ (p+m, j)], [u’, v’ (p, j+n)] and [u’, v’ (p+m, j+n)]
[x, y (p, j)], [x, y (p+m, j)], [x, y (p, j+n)] and [x, y (p+m, j+n)]

It should be noted that white colour bins with step sizes of m or n equal 1 are not considered

to be practical in view of measurement accuracy.
4.3 Code for the chromaticity of white LED packages
4.3.1 Optional six digit code for the designation of white colour bins

Subclause 4.3.1 specifies an optional code for white colour bins using only six digits. The first

four digits are reserved for the identification of the grid point representing the origin of the

white colour bin. The last two digits are reserved for the number of steps along the Planckian

locus (or its extension beyond T ) and the Judd lines respectively.
The first digit is:
“e” for p ≥ 0 and j < 0
“f” for p ≥ 0 and j ≥ 0
“g” for p < 0 and j ≥ 0
“h” for p < 0 and j < 0

The second and third digits represent the absolute value of p starting at "aa". Only the

following letters shall be used in the counting for the second and third digit:
a b c d e f g h j k l m n p r s t u v w x y z

NOTE 1 The coding for the second and third digit can also be found in the column "Code" in Annex A (p ≥ 0),

respectively in Annex B (p < 0).
The code for |p| is specified in Table 1.
Table 1 – Code for |p|
|p| 0 1 ... 7 8 ...
code aa ab ... ah aj ...

The fourth digits represent the absolute value of j starting at "A". Only the following letters

shall be used in the counting for the forth digit:
A B C D E F G H J K L M N P R S T U V W X Y Z
The code for |j| is specified in Table 2.
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NOTE 2 The fourth digit is limited to |j| ≤ 22.
Table 2 – Code for |j|
|j| 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
code A B C D E F G H J K L

The fifth and sixth digits represent the number of steps m and n along the Planckian locus (or

its extension beyond T ) and the Judd lines respectively. The following characters shall be

used in the counting for the fifth and sixth digit:
(1) 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 a b c d e f g h j k l m n p r s t u v w x y z
The code for m and n is specified in Table 3.
NOTE 3 The fifth and sixth digit is limited to |m| ≤ 32 respectively |n| ≤ 32.
Table 3 – Code for m and n
m, n … 8 9 10 11 ...
code … 8 9 a b ...
Examples for white colour bin codes are given in Table 4.
Table 4 – Examples for white colour bin codes
p j m n 6 digit code
0 0 2 3 faaA23
9 -3 5 6 eakD56
0 0 10 10 faaAaa
43 -3 6 8 ebxD68
41 -5 6 8 ebvF68
45 -1 6 8 ebzB68
An example of the codes of grid points around the T point is given in Figure 2.
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0,402
0,400
eacA
0,398
fabB
eabA
eabB
faaB
0,396
eaaA
eaaB
gabB
0,394
gabA
habB
gacA
0,392
0,390
0,388
0,170 0,172 0,174 0,176 0,178 0,180 0,182 0,184 0,186 0,188 0,190
IEC 2893/13
Figure 2 – Example of grid points with four digit designation

An example of a 6 by 8 white color bin with the six digit code is given in Figure 3.

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0,490
0,485
0,480
0,475
0,470
Figure 4
0,465
ebxD
0,460
0,455
0,180 0,185 0,190 0,195 0,200 0,205 0,210 0,215 0,220 0,225
IEC 2894/13
The pale curve represents the Planckian locus.
Figure 3 – Example of white color bin ebxD68

Figure 4 is a detail of Figure 3 and shows the very small difference between the grid lines and

the border lines of the bin.
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0,4 682
0,4 680
0,4 678
0,4 676
0,4 674
0,4 672
0,4 670
0,4 668
0,4 666
0,2 060 0,2 062 0,2 064 0,2 066 0,2 068 0,2 070 0,2 072 0,2 074 0,2 076
IEC 2895/13
Figure 4 – Detail of Figure 3
4.3.2 Other codes for the designation of white colour bins

Other codes for the designation of white colour bins may be applicable (e. g. application-

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Annex A
(informative)
White binning grid coordinates for p ≥ 0
Table A.1 – White binning grid coordinates for the grid points
along the Planckian locus (p ≥ 0)
p Code u‘ v‘ Δu‘ Δv‘
BB BB BB BB
0 aa 0,180064 0,395283 -0,00163 0,000597
1 ab 0,180346 0,397 -0,00163 0,000608
2 ac 0,180634 0,398716 -0,00163 0,00062
3 ad 0,180928 0,400431 -0,00162 0,000633
4 ae 0,181229 0,402145 -0,00162 0,000646
5 af 0,181537 0,403857 -0,00161 0,00066
6 ag 0,181853 0,405568 -0,0016 0,000674
7 ah 0,182176 0,407278 -0,0016 0,000689
8 aj 0,182508 0,408986 -0,00159 0,000704
9 ak 0,182848 0,410692 -0,00158 0,000719
10 al 0,183197 0,412397 -0,00158 0,000735
11 am 0,183554 0,4141 -0,00157 0,000751
12 an 0,183921 0,415801 -0,00156 0,000767
13 ap 0,184297 0,4175 -0,00155 0,000784
14 ar 0,184682 0,419196 -0,00154 0,000801
15 as 0,185078 0,420891 -0,00154 0,000817
16 at 0,185483 0,422583 -0,00153 0,000834
17 au 0,185899 0,424273 -0,00152 0,000852
18 av 0,186326 0,42596 -0,00151 0,000869
19 aw 0,186763 0,427644 -0,0015 0,000886
20 ax 0,187211 0,429325 -0,00149 0,000904
21 ay 0,18767 0,431003 -0,00148 0,000921
22 az 0,188141 0,432678 -0,00147 0,000939
23 ba 0,188623 0,43435 -0,00145 0,000956
24 bb 0,189118 0,436018 -0,00144 0,000974
25 bc 0,189624 0,437683 -0,00143 0,000992
26 bd 0,190143 0,439344 -0,00142 0,001009
27 be 0,190674 0,441001 -0,0014 0,001027
28 bf 0,191218 0,442654 -0,00139 0,001044
29 bg 0,191775 0,444302 -0,00138 0,001062
30 bh 0,192346 0,445946 -0,00136 0,001079
31 bj 0,192929 0,447585 -0,00135 0,001097
32 bk 0,193527 0,449219 -0,00134 0,001114
33 bl 0,194138 0,450848 -0,00132 0,001131
34 bm 0,194764 0,452472 -0,00131 0,001148
35 bn 0,195403 0,45409 -0,00129 0,001165
36 bp 0,196058 0,455702 -0,00128 0,001182
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p Code u‘ v‘ Δu‘ Δv‘
BB BB BB BB
37 br 0,196727 0,457309 -0,00126 0,001198
38 bs 0,197411 0,458908 -0,00125 0,001215
39 bt 0,198111 0,460502 -0,00123 0,001231
40 bu 0,198825 0,462088 -0,00121 0,001247
41 bv 0,199556 0,463667 -0,0012 0,001263
42 bw 0,200302 0,465239 -0,00118 0,001278
43 bx 0,201065 0,466803 -0,00116 0,001294
44 by 0,201844 0,468359 -0,00115 0,001309
45 bz 0,202639 0,469907 -0,00113 0,001323
46 ca 0,203451 0,471445 -0,00111 0,001338
47 cb 0,20428 0,472975 -0,00109 0,001352
48 cc 0,205126 0,474496 -0,00108 0,001367
49 cd 0,205989 0,476006 -0,00106 0,00138
50 ce 0,20687 0,477507 -0,00104 0,001394
51 cf 0,207768 0,478997 -0,00102 0,001407
52 cg 0,208685 0,480477 -0,00101 0,00142
53 ch 0,209619 0,481945 -0,00099 0,001433
54 cj 0,210571 0,483401 -0,00097 0,001445
55 ck 0,211541 0,484845 -0,00095 0,001457
56 cl 0,21253 0,486277 -0,00093 0,001469
57 cm 0,213537 0,487696 -0,00091 0,00148
58 cn 0,214562 0,489102 -0,0009 0,001491
59 cp 0,215606 0,490494 -0,00088 0,001502
60 cr 0,216669 0,491871 -0,00086 0,001513
61 cs 0,21775 0,493235 -0,00084 0,001523
62 ct 0,21885 0,494583 -0,00082 0,001533
63 cu 0,219969 0,495915 -0,00081 0,001543
64 cv 0,221107 0,497232 -0,00079 0,001552
65 cw 0,222263 0,498532 -0,00077 0,001561
66 cx 0,223437 0,499816 -0,00075 0,00157
67 cy 0,224631 0,501082 -0,00073 0,001578
68 cz 0,225842 0,502331 -0,00072 0,001586
69 da 0,227073 0,503562 -0,0007 0,001594
70 db 0,228321 0,504774 -0,00068 0,001601
71 dc 0,229587 0,505967 -0,00066 0,001609
72 dd 0,230871 0,507141 -0,00065 0,001615
73 de 0,232173 0,508296 -0,00063 0,001622
74 df 0,233492 0,50943 -0,00061 0,001628
75 dg 0,234829 0,510544 -0,0006 0,001635
76 dh 0,236182 0,511638 -0,00058 0,00164
77 dj 0,237552 0,512711 -0,00056 0,001646
78 dk 0,238939 0,513762 -0,00055 0,001651
79 dl 0,240341 0,514792 -0,00053 0,001657
80 dm 0,241759 0,515801 -0,00052 0,001662
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62707-1 © IEC:2013 – 15 –
p Code u‘ v‘ Δu‘ Δv‘
BB BB BB BB
81 dn 0,243192 0,516787 -0,0005 0,001666
82 dp 0,24464 0,517752 -0,00049 0,001671
83 dr 0,246103 0,518694 -0,00047 0,001675
84 ds 0,24758 0,519614 -0,00046 0,001679
85 dt 0,24907 0,520512 -0,00044 0,001683
86 du 0,250574 0,521387 -0,00043 0,001686
87 dv 0,252091 0,52224 -0,00041 0,00169
88 dw 0,25362 0,52307 -0,0004 0,001693
89 dx 0,255161 0,523878 -0,00039 0,001696
90 dy 0,256714 0,524663 -0,00038 0,001699
91 dz 0,258278 0,525426 -0,00036 0,001702
92 ea 0,259852 0,526166 -0,00035 0,001704
93 eb 0,261437 0,526885 -0,00034 0,001707
94 ec 0,263032 0,527581 -0,00033 0,001709
95 ed 0,264636 0,528256 -0,00031 0,001711
96 ee 0,266248 0,528908 -0,0003 0,001714
97 ef 0,26787 0,52954 -0,00029 0,001715
98 eg 0,269499 0,53015 -0,00028 0,001717
99 eh 0,271136 0,530739 -0,00027 0,001719
100 ej 0,272781 0,531308 -0,00026 0,001721
101 ek 0,274432 0,531856 -0,00025 0,001722
102 el 0,27609 0,532383 -0,00024 0,001724
103 em 0,277755 0,532891 -0,00023 0,001725
104 en 0,279425 0,53338 -0,00022 0,001726
105 ep 0,2811 0,533849 -0,00021 0,001727
106 er 0,282781 0,534299 -0,0002 0,001728
107 es 0,284467 0,534731 -0,00019 0,001729
108 et 0,286157 0,535144 -0,00018 0,00173
109 eu 0,287851 0,53554 -0,00018 0,001731
110 ev 0,28955 0,535918 -0,00017 0,001732
111 ew 0,291252 0,536278 -0,00016 0,001733
112 ex 0,292957 0,536622 -0,00015 0,001733
113 ey 0,294666 0,53695 -0,00014 0,001734
114 ez 0,296378 0,537261 -0,00014 0,001735
115 fa 0,298093 0,537557 -0,00013 0,001735
116 fb 0,29981 0,537837 -0,00012 0,001736
117 fc 0,30153 0,538102 -0,00012 0,001736
118 fd 0,303252 0,538353 -0,00011 0,001737
119 fe 0,304976 0,538589 -0,0001 0,001737
120 ff 0,306701 0,538811 -9,6E-05 0,001737
121 fg 0,308429 0,53902 -9E-05 0,001738
122 fh 0,310158 0,539215 -8,4E-05 0,001738
123 fj 0,311888 0,539397 -7,8E-05 0,001738
124 fk 0,31362 0,539566 -7,3E-05 0,001738
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