Konfiguration
M217
R45of
of
M217
Wall Display Unit
E 2.01
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M217
Wall display M217
General
Installation advice & Multiroom Planer
Safety Guidelines
2
2
2
3
Connection schematic M217
4
GIRA M217
5-6
Feller EDIZIOdue 4217.M
7-8
Revox Adaption: Jung & Merten
9-10
Connection plan
11
Configuration
IR receiver
Addressing
A/B operation
12
12
13
14
Menu Control
Operating with softkeys
Contrast & Time
Timer Menu
Timer programming
Sleep function
15
15
16
17
17
24
Guarantee and Delivered items
Care
Technical data
25
25
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M217
Wall display M217
Installation height
Please read these instruction through
completely and carefully before
setting the unit up.
The ideal installation height for the
M217 display unit is approx. 150 cm /
59 inch (centre of display). This
results in a good reading angle and
comfortable operation of the display
unit/ operating unit combination for
smaller people as well. The operating
unit should be attached below the
display unit.
General
Ideally, the wall display is combined
with the M218 keypad to enable
simply and logical operation of your
music equipment.
Multiroom Planer V2.00
The new Multiroom Planner doesn't
just calculate the correct address
assignment for the M219 Side room
amplifiers and M217 Wall-mounted
displays, it also calculates the slot
addresses for the M200 series
Re:control products in the side room.
Take advantage of the possibility to
be able to determine in advance, all
M200, M219 and M217 addresses
simply and quickly and at the same
time save the information as system
documentation. You will find more
information about addressing the
M219 in the side room, on Page 13 of
this manual.
You can download the new
Multiroom Planner V2.00 free-ofcharge from the download area of
the Revox Homepage, under
www.revox.com.
The four softkeys are assigned
different
operating
functions,
depending on the menu selection
The Main menu shows information
about the current program, e.g.
multimedia module, CD. The basic
operations such as Source, Track+-,
Volume, etc. are carried out using the
connected keypad M218 or through a
Revox IR remote control.
The Timer menu organises timed
processes in the Multiroom system,
e.g. time, day, volume, source, etc.,
while the Server menu allows you to
control the Music server.
The IR receiver that is integrated in
the display transfers the control
signals to the Multiroom equipment.
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M217
Danger warning
Installation
Improper mounting of this device in
an environment with low-voltage
products (230 V AC) can cause
serious health problems or damage
to property. This product is intended
for connection to extra low voltage
circuits and may never be connected
to low voltage (230 V AC). The device
may only be mounted, connected and
removed by qualified personnel.
Qualified personnel are persons who
are authorised to perform the
required tasks and recognise and
prevent possible dangers thanks to
their education, experience and
instruction in the relevant standards,
requirements and accidentprevention
regulations. The information and
instructions in this installation
manual must always be observed to
avoid danger and damage.
Installation of the wall display in
combination with a low voltage
device (power connection) should
only be carried out if you are certain
that the unit is isolated from the
power source.
Installation should be carried out in
accordance with the valid national
domestic installation guidelines, e.g.
NIN.
In particular, the directive NIN 4.9.1.ff is
valid if the wall display is to be
combined with a low voltage device
with power connection.
Combinations with low voltage
devices are only permitted if these
devices also have a simple basic
insulation.
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M217
Connection
Revox recommends using a 4-lead
telephone cable (1 x 4 x 0.5 mm²) with
an RJ11 plug (6P4C modular) for
connection to the Revox multiroom
system or Revox secondary M219
room amplifier.
Maximum cable length: 100 m
Max. cable resistance:
0.1 Ω /m
M217
The cabling for the combination of
the 217 display and the 218 keypad
should be done as shown in the
drawing. With the combination
solution, the 218 keypad only has a
connection to the 217 display. There
is no direct connection to the
Additional room amplifier.
Via the connection d the M217 is
directly connected to the devices
Re:system M10, M100, M51 or in case
of a Multiroom installation to the
corresponding room amplifier M217.
The ferrite ring is included in the
delivery of the M217 (except for
Feller).
Connection c comes preassembled
with the combination solution.
Tip
M219/ M51/ M100
Before laying cabled, you should
check whether this cable is suitable
for an RJ11 socket.
Combination :
Display unit M217 and
keypad M218 (optional)
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M217
GIRA M217
The company Gira offers the M217 wall
display, which is compatible with the
REVOX Multiroom system.
The M217 display unit shows the
most important functions and
information from a Revox Multiroom
System in the primary and secondary
rooms.
Combination M217 + M218 (optional)
Ideally, the M217 display unit is
combined with the M218 operating
unit, which enables easy and logical
operation of the music system. A
connection cable is included in the
scope of delivery of the M217/M218
control unit.
Note:
The illustrations on this page show
the M217 display with the Gira Esprit
frame, which is not included in
delivery.
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M217
Installation procedure
You should avoid applying
any pressure to the display
during or after installation.
1.
2.
3.
Screw the mounting fixture (4)
onto the recessed or surface
mounted box.
Strip the insulation off the
installation cable and feed it
through the mounting fixture (4).
Connect the cable to the
Phoenix screwed terminal
block.
4.
5.
6.
Connect the terminal block with
the print connector on the back
of the operator panel (1)
Locate the operator panel (1) with
its frame (3) onto the mounting
fixture (4), so that the clip
connectors (2) on the panel (1)
line up with the cut-out (5) in the
mounting fixture (4).
Press the operator panel (1)
onto the mounting fixture (4)
until the clip connectors clip
into place.
DIP switches (back)
The basic settings are configured
with the DIP switches on the back of
the M217. Use a small screwdriver
for this purpose.
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M217
Feller EDIZIOdue 4217.M
Advice
The Swiss company Feller offers the
4217.M wall display from their
EDIZIOdue series, which is compatible
with the REVOX Multiroom system.
The IR receiver must be activated if the
wall display is used on its own without
a 4218.M keypad. In this case, the DIL
switch 1 on the back of the wall display
must be switched on (IR on).
Revox recommends the use of
ITPlus® RJ45 sockets for the
interface to the main system
(Re:system) and/ or the M219 side
room amplifier.
Single socket = 1198-118.XXX.ITS;
double socket = 1198-428.XXX.ITS.
The 1900-0.XXX throughway boxes
are recommended for speaker cable.
The wall display should be installed in
combination with the 4218-M keypad. A
connection cable is supplied with the
Feller
4217/4218.XXX.2x1
wall
combination.
Please note
The EDIZIODue wall display may not
be used to switch 230V low voltages.
Combi solution 4217.M + 4218.M
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M217
Installation procedure
You should avoid applying
any pressure to the display
during or after installation.
1)
Install the mounting fixture (5)
with the fixing plate (4) onto the
recessed box or the surface
mounted box on the wall.
2)
Strip the insulation off the U72
installation cable and feed it
through the mouting fixture (5).
3)
Connect the cable to
screwed terminal block.
the
1
3
2
4)
Connect the terminal block with
the print connector on the back
of the operator panel (1).
5)
Locate the operator panel (1)
with its frame (3) onto the
mounting fixture (5), so that the
locating springs (2) on the panel
(1) line up with the slots in the
mounting fixture.
6)
Press the operator panel (1)
onto the mounting fixture (5)
until the springs clip into place.
4
8
5
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M217
Jung / Merten M217
Available designs
Revox offers the M217 for the Central
European market in different designs
from the Jung and Merten
companies. You can see from the list
on the right, which designs are
available from each of the
manufacturers.
JUNG CD 500 / universal
JUNG CD plus
JUNG LS990 / LS plus
Colours: Alpine white
Other colours and designs are available on
request at additional cost, if applicable.
The wall display should be installed in
combination with the M218 wallmounted operating panel.
Merten M-SMART
Merten M-ARC
Merten M-PLAN I/II
Merten M-PLAN glass frame
Colours: Polar white
A connection cable
is supplied with the
M217/
M218
combination
solution.
Other colours and designs are available on
request at additional cost, if applicable.
Combination solution
M217 + M218
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M217
Installation procedure
You should avoid applying
any pressure to the display
during or after installation.
1)
Screw the mounting fixture (4)
onto the recessed or surface
mounted box.
2)
Strip the insulation off the
installation cable and feed it
through the mounting fixture (4).
5) Locate the operator panel (1) with
its frame (3) onto the mounting
fixture (4), so that the clip
connectors (2) on the panel (1) line
up with the cut-out (5) in the
mounting fixture (4).
6)
3)
Connect
Phoenix
block.
the cable to the
screwed terminal
4)
Connect the terminal block with
the print connector on the back
of the operator panel (1).
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Press the operator panel (1)
onto the mounting fixture (4)
until the clip connectors clip
into place.
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M217
Connection plan M217
Setup and operation
The wall display must be connected
to a Revox Re:system device or a
Revox M219 Additional room
amplifier for setup.
Technical data
Advice
Information about and support for
setup and operation can be found in
the Revox manuals.
Protection
IP20 in accordance
with IEC529;
Dry installation
Build-in depth
20 mm
Temperatures
Operation:
-5°C to +45°C
Storage:
-25°C to +70°C
Cable
Installation cable
U72 ABG
1 x 4 x 0.5mm²
DIL switches
Factory settings
1: IR off
2: AB operation off
3: Address off
4: Address off
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Konfiguration
M217
M217 Configuration
Important
The basic settings for the M217 are
made with the four DIL switches on
the back of the unit. Use a small
screwdriver or the point of a ballpoint
pen to set the switches.
The addressing of the M217 and the
M219 must be setup correctly to
ensure error free operation. The
configuration must be done while the
unit is removed from the power,
otherwise any changes made will not
be effective.
Please note:
ON is with the
switch in the upper
position.
NO
1
2
3
4
Function
M217 IR eye on/off
A/ B operation
M217 Address
M217 Address
Factory setting
On
Off
Off
Off
M217 Infrared receiver on/off
If you are combining the M217 display with the M218 remote control, which also
has an IR receiver, one of the two IR receivers must be disabled, as otherwise IR
commands will be carried out double.
In some cases, e.g. in buildings with glass internal walls, it can be advantageous
to switch of the IR receiver on the M217, in order to avoid conflicts with other
devices.
The only switch that can be set during operation of the unit is DIL switch 1 for the
IR receiver.
IR Function
DIL switch
1
IR - On
On
IR - Off
Off
DIL position
1
1
With the M217, the integrated IR receiver is located in the lower right-hand
display field.
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M217
M217 Address setting
Connection to a Re:system device (M10, M100, M51)
If the M217 is connected directly to a Re:system device (M-Link) the address
setting is not significant. The M217 will be recognises automatically.
Connection to the M219 side room amplifier
If, on the other hand, the M217 is to be connected to a M219 side room amplifier,
address setting is very important. The M217 address defines which M219 should
be communicated with. In this way, the M217 address is set through DIL
switches 3 & 4, based on the M219’s address.
Use the free-of-charge Multiroom Planner 2.00 software from Revox for the
addressing. You will find more about this under www.revox.com.
The M218 keypad is not taken into account during addressing as it has no own
address. The M218 keypad can always be connected to a M219 Additional room
amplifier or a M217 display.
Example:
If the M219 has address 2, address 2 must also be set at the M217
Display.
Address
DIL switch
3
DIL switch
4
1
Off
Off
2
Off
On
3
On
Off
4
On
On
DIL position
3 4
3 4
3 4
3 4
Within in one zone, all M217s must have different addresses as otherwise there
can be communication problems. The maximum number of M217 in any one zone
is restricted to 4.
The revisal of a correct addressing is made in the Setup menu of the Re:system
device, category Multiroom / Version. All attached devices (M219 and/or M217)
must be listed in the respective zone.
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Konfiguration
M217
A/B Operation: 2 displays control one side room amplifier
The Multiroom system from Revox allows one M219 to be controlled by two
M217s, the so-called A/B operation. In this way, for example, an M217 could be
installed on each side of the bed.
In A/B operation, the second M217 has the same address set through DIL
switches 3 & 4 as the first M217, but with DIL switch 2 activated. In this way, the
first M217 works in A and the second in B operation.
This setting is defined through DIL switch 2.
Operation
DIL switch
2
A
Off
B
On
DIL position
2
2
Both M217 Displays are simply connected in parallel to the M219.
Exception: No A/B operation is possible if connection is made to a Re:system
device.
A/B operation
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M217
Operating with Softkeys
MAIN MENU
Softkeys are used for control so that
the M217 display remains clear to
use, in spite of the large number of
options available.
The main menu shows you
clearly detailed information in the
M217 display. The control is effected
either by the connected wall control
unit M218 or by a IR remote control.
A Softkey is a key that can be
assigned
different
functions
depending on which menu is
currently active. This avoids an
overcrowded display as only current
important functions are displayed.
Display operation
The M217 menu fulfills two tasks.
The first task is the display of
Furthermore, the Revox-menu control
is designed in such a clear and
simple way as to make the operation
of the M217 intuitive.
information about the current music
program. The selection of the audio
source is done through the M218
keypad respectively the remote
control (IR).
The second task is the operation of
the timer, including the Sleep
function. The M217 offers 4
independent timers for each room.
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Operation
M217
Setting the display contrast
Setting the time in the side room
The contrast of the display is
adjusted by Revox to an optimal
reading angle.
The time can also be set from a side
room, assuming that an M217 Wallmounted display is being used.
Depending upon installation position
it can occur however that a stronger
or weaker contrast attitude supplies
the better reading off result. This
contrast attitude can later be made
with the help of the two marked
softkeys in the Standby mode.
Switch the side room off and press
and hold the two highlighted keys for
approx. 2 seconds. The display now
changes to the Set Clock mode. Here,
you can set the time and the
weekday using the 4 keys on the
M217 display. The Exit key returns
you to the normal operating state.
Hold down the respective softkey
button for several seconds.
L Display contrast setting
If you only press one of the
highlighted display buttons, you
modify the display contrast setting.
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M217
Timer programming
TIMER MENU
The
concept
of
the
programming is as follows:
The Timer is the control centre of the
Multiroom system. Using the Timer,
you can set a wakeup alarm for
specific days or lull yourself off to
sleep with the Sleep function.
timer
Firstly, you select one of the four
Timers and then assign it the
required properties.
The following figure shows the inside
Timer display field with the
corresponding assignments.
The Timer is called with the Timer
softkey on the M217.
The first time it is called, the
following display appears:
Timer status
Timer no.
Sleep time
Weekday
Volume
Source
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Operation
M217
Timer selection
The Select options
Select
Select
The properties of the individual
Timers can be set with the Select
softkey:
c Switching time
d Weekday
e Volume
f Select timer source
g (Select tuner station)
Timer 1 has been selected in the
above example. The individual Timers
can be selected with the Timer soft
keys. There are a total of 4
independent Timers to choose from.
If you reach Timer 4, pressing the
softkey again brings you back to
Timer 1.
You can scroll through a loop of the
selection options by repeatedly
pressing the Select key:
Switch-on time [Hours]
Switch-on time [Minutes]
Switch-off time [Hours]
Switch-off time [Minutes]
Weekday [ ... ]
Volume [ ... ]
Timer source [ … ]
(Tuner station [ ... ])
Timer 1
Timer 2
Timer 3
Timer 4
The two square brackets […]
indicate that this part can be edited
according to your requirements with
the softkeys .
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M217
Only switch on or off
c Switching times
Select
Sometimes, it is useful just to switch
the music equipment on at a specific
time and switch it off manually, or
vice-versa.
Once you have selected a Timer, you
can define the switch on/off times
with the Select softkey. The first time
the Select key is pressed, the first
counter pair appears in square
brackets.
In order to make only one timepoint
active, you select the display **:**
when setting the hours value. This
appears between 23h and 0h and the
minute value is not relevant.
As soon as a timer’s settings are
modified
however,
this
is
automatically activated.
First, using the
softkeys, you
define the switch-on time and then
the switch-off time.
In the above example, Timer 1 starts
at 7:15am and remains active until it
is switched off manually. Timer 2
always switches off at 9:30pm,
irrespective of when it was manually
switched on.
Switch-on
Switch-off
|
|
Hours Minutes
|
|
|
|
[8]:[15] – [9]:[20]
Please note
If a timepoint is selected for the
switch-off, which is earlier than that
chosen for the switch-on, e.g. 20:15 –
08:30
the switch-on occurs at 8.15pm on
the selected day and switch-off
occurs at 8:30am, on the following
day.
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Operation
M217
d Weekday
Select
Once you have defined the switch-on
and switch-off timepoints, by
pressing the Select key again, you
can reach the next stage where you
define the weekdays when the timer
is to be activated.
M
T
W
T
F
S
S
SS
MTWTF
MTWTFS
MTWTFSS
Timer weekday examples:
As well as the individual days from
Monday to Sunday, you can also
select from specific day groups.
SS
Æ only Saturday and Sunday
The individual weekdays are
identified by the following letters:
MTWTF
Æ from Monday to Friday
MÆ Monday
T Æ Tuesday
WÆ Wednesday
T Æ Thursday
FÆ Friday
SÆ Saturday
SÆ Sunday
MTWTFS
Æ from Monday to Saturday
MTWTFSS
Æ daily, Monday to Sunday
Example:
With the setting MTWTF, the timer
will wake you each day from Monday
to Friday but will let you have a lie-in
on Saturday and Sunday.
Selection is made from an endless
loop of options that you can step
through using the softkeys
. The
following weekday setup options are
available:
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M217
f Select timer source
e Volume
Select
Select
After selecting the weekday(s), the
next time you press Select, you will
be prompted to set the volume level
that should be used.
The Multiroom module timer offers
your three sources that can be
activated when the timer kicks in.
These are Tuner, DVD/CD and
Aux/Server.
Please note
Using the
softkeys, you set the
volume level between 1 (very low)
and 9 (very loud).
When selecting the source, you
should bear in mind that the source
that will be selected is what was
assigned to the Tuner, DVD/CD or
Aux/Server through the Remote
menu.
Volume 1
Volume 2
:
:
:
Volume 8
Volume 9
If instead of assigning DVD to the
DVD module (Fig c), Aux-1 is
assigned instead (Fig d), the timer
would switch Aux-1 on. (See
therefore next page)
This function can be used specifically
to call up external sources through
the timer.
You must of course make sure that
the external source is also active
when it is called by the timer.
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Operation
M217
g Select Tuner station
1
Select
Assuming that you have selected
Tuner as your source, a further press
of Select will bring you to the point
where you can select the station you
want to listen to.
If you have selected DVD/CD or
Aux/Server on the other hand, you
will return to the Switching times
selection level.
2
3
Ç Remote menu Re:system
The third option in the Remote menu
is to deactivate a source (Fig e). In
this case, the timer would not call up
any source at the defined timepoint,
even though a source had been
defined in the Timer menu.
In this field, you can select the radio
station that should be played by
choosing one of the up to 50 stored
favourite stations.
If you select a number that is higher
than the actual number of stored
positions, the station stored on
position 1 will automatically be
played.
L
You can find further information on
this topic in the corresponding user
manuals of the Re:system devices
under the function REMOTE.
Example:
25 stations are stored but the station
number 30 is selected through the
Select option. In this case, station 1
will actually be played.
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M217
Activate Timer
Timer status & time display
As default, the individual Timers are
deactivated.
As soon as the switching times of a
Timer
are
modified,
the
corresponding Timer is activated
automatically and the small bell
symbol in the top line of the display
changes from showing c to d
If one or more Timers are activated,
two bell symbols are displayed when
the M217 is in standby mode. Both
bell symbols only disappear once all
Timers have been deactivated.
The time and the weekday display
are controlled through the Multiroom
module.
1
Please refer to the Clock setting
section on page 16 or of the
Multiroom
chapter
in
the
corresponding
Operating
instructions.
2
All Timers
deactivated
Each of the Timers can however be
activated or deactivated manually.
To activate a Timer, selected the
required Timer with the Timer
softkeys. Using the
softkeys, the
Timer can be activated or
deactivated.
One or
more
Timers
active
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Operation
M217
Nested events
Sleep function
Sleep
Through the Timer programming, you
can create nested events. Nested
events occur when two different
events address the same source and
at the same time.
Using the Sleep function, you can
define a length of time after which
the Re:system device or the M219 will
automatically switch off.
By repeatedly pressing the Sleep
softkey, you can step through a loop
in 15 minute steps, to set the required
time period. The loop starts with 90
minutes and ends with switching the
Sleep function off.
In our example, Event 1 and Event 2
have a time overlap. Since they both
address the same source, Event 1
defines the switch-on point while
Event 2 defines the switch-off time.
ON
OFF
90‘
75‘
60‘
45‘
30‘
15‘
OFF s
Event 1
Event 2
ON
OFF
Active time
The current Sleep time setting is
shown in the top line of the display.
L
In the case of nested events then, the
event that occurs at an earlier
timepoint defines the switch-on
and/or switch-off timepoints.
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M217
Guarantee
Care
The guarantee period is 24 months
from the date of purchase.
Clean the user surface, including
display and keys as well as the
frame, with a damp cloth. Apply a few
drops of non-abrasive, washing-up
liquid to the damp cloth to remove
any stubborn marks.
Your dealer should be your first
contact if you need service. If he
can't give you the help you need,
send the M217 Display without any
accessories to your national Sales
Office.
Please supply a complete description
of the problem and a full return postal
address.
WARNING: Thinners, acetone and
toluene should not be used. Their use
can cause the material to become
brittle and crack and damage the
lettering.
Disposal
Revox products should be disposed
of or recycled in compliance with
local regulations governing the
disposal and/ or recycling of
electrical and/electronic equipment.
Delivered items
ƒ M217 wall display
ƒ Operating instruction
ƒ Toroidal core
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Appendix
M217
Technical Data
Connections
Max. cable lengths:
VCC: + 8 to 20 V
A: Bus-communication
B: Bus-communication
GND: Ground / screening
100m M217 - Re:connect M219
100m M217 - Re:system M10, M100, M51
30 m M217 - Re:control M218 keypad
Power consumption: at the M51: 30 - 50 mA
at the M219: 50 - 100 mA
Operating conditions:
(off –max. brightness)
(off –max. brightness)
(Humidity class acc. to DIN 40040),
"+10°... +40°C"
Errors and technical modifications excepted.
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Appendix
M217
M217 Display Operating instructions / Part no.: 10.30.3019
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