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Table 1

Summary of the instruments and photometry: beam size and pointing errors.

Instrument Bands Beam FWHM/seeing ErrorPos Mag (lim) Flux (lim) ZPc
(arcsec) (arcsec) (Jy)
DM V, Rc, Ic 21.0, 21.0, 19.0 3952.79, 3002.88, 2520.19
INT/WFC r, i 22.88, 21.50
2MASS JHKs 16.8, 16.1, 15.3 1636.77, 1115.71, 671.53
Omega2000a J 0.5 20.00 1636.77
Omega2000b JHKs 0.5 21.30, 20.40, 18.25 1636.77, 1115.71, 671.53
Spitzer/IRAC 3.6, 4.5, 5.8, 8.0 1.66, 1.72, 1.88, 1.98 ~1 18.25, 17.75, 15.625, 15.25 277.5, 179.5, 116.6,63.1
Spitzer/MIPS 24, 70 5.8, 18.6 ~1 9.0, – 7.18, 0.778
WISE 3.4, 4.6, 12, 22 6.1, 6.4, 6.5, 12.0 <1 17.40, 16.05, 11.85, 8.30 309.540, 171.787, 31.674, 8.363
Akari/IRC 9, 18 ~2.4d 2 0.050, 0,120
Akari/FIS 65, 90, 140, 160 37, 39, 58, 61 8 2.4, 0.55, 1.4, 6.3
APEX/LABOCA 870 27.6 3e 0.03

Notes. (a) December 2007. (b) August 2011. (c) Flux (Jy) = ZP × 10−0.4×Mag. (d) A 4 pixel binning was applied, so the actual beam size is close to 9.5 arcsec. (e) A nominal value of 3 arcsec as quoted in Weiß et al. (2009), but our own calibrations have an pointing error of 1 arcsec. In any case, for our counterpart search we have used 5 arcsec.

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