|Access provider short name||Short name of infrastructure||Installation||Installation Country code1||Type of access2||Unit of access
|Unit cost (UC) (€)3||Min. quantity of access to be provided*||Access costs4||Estimated number of users*||Estimated number of user projects*|
|Nr5||Short name||On the basis of UC||As actual costs|
|CNRS/LAM||SPATIAL||1||SPATIAL (ERIOS, etc.||FR||TA-uc||day||2125||16||34000||4||2|
|CSL||2||Shaker 200 kN||BE||TA-ac||day||2||9254||4||2|
1 Give the ISO two-letter code of the country where the installation is located, or ‘IO’ if the access provider (the beneficiary or linked third party) is an international organization, an ERIC, or a similar legal entity. When the installation is mobile (e.g. a research vessel) give the country of its usual location (e.g. the home port).
2 “VA” for virtual access, “TA-uc” for trans-national access with access costs declared on the basis of unit costs, TA-ac for trans-national access with access costs declared as actual costs, or “TA-cb” for trans-national access with access costs declared as a combination of actual costs and costs on the basis of unit costs.
3 To be filled in only for installations providing trans-national access with access costs declared either on the basis of unit costs (TA-uc) or as a combination of actual costs and costs on the basis of unit costs (TA-cb). The unit cost must be calculated through the specific excel table provided in the submission system. Leave blank in case of virtual access (VA) or trans-national access with access costs declared as actual costs (TA-ac).
4 Cost of the access provided under the project. For virtual access fill in only the second column. For trans-national access fill in one of the two columns or both according to the way access costs are declared. The trans-national access cost on the basis of unit costs must be computed by multiplying the unit cost by the quantity of access to be provided.
5 Number the installations of the same infrastructure consecutively. An installation is a part of an infrastructure that could be used independently from the rest.