REPDL (Reported Detection Limit)

Attributes Format Tables Guidelines & Restrictions Definition
N9 Number RESULTS REPDL may not be left blank except for UNITS = PERCENT or TIC parameters (PARVQ = TI). The REPDL represents the laboratory's Reported Detection Limit that determines whether a parameter is detectable.
REPDL must be greater than zero except for UNITS = PERCENT or TIC parameters (PARVQ = TI).
REPDL must be adjusted for dilution.
Special Notes
REPDL may contain the same value as the LABDL field, depending on the reporting format of the individual laboratory. When LABDL = REPDL, the REPDLVQ  should be entered as MDL.