Midian MOT-VPU-15-PRO-M Specifications

MOT-TVS-2-PRO-M
Frequency Hopping, Rolling Code Voice Scrambler for Motorola Professional Series Mobile
Radios
MOT-VPU-15-PRO-M
Voice Inversion Scrambler for Motorola Professional Series Mobile Radios
Manual Revision: 2014-05-19
Covers Software Revisions:
MOT-PRO: 2.95 and Higher
Covers Hardware Revisions:
MOT-PRO: 7313F and Higher
This manual supports the following Midian TVS-2 and VPU-15 scramblers:
MOT-TVS-2-PRO-M & MOT-VPU-15-PRO-M
MOT-TVS-2-PRO-M MOD-1306 & MOT-VPU-15-PRO-M MOD-1306
MOT-TVS-2-PRO-M MOD-1331 & MOT-VPU-15-PRO-M MOD-1331
This manual supports the following radios:
North America: CDM-750, CDM-1250, CDM-1550-LS+
EMEA Region: GM-140, GM-160, GM-340, GM-360, GM-380, GM-640, GM-660, GM-1280
Asia: GM-328, GM-338, GM-338-LS, GM-339, GM-398, GM-399, MCX-720, MCX-760, MCX-780
Latin America: PRO-3100, PRO-5100, PRO-7100, PRO-7200
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SPECIFICATIONS
Operating Voltage
Operating Current
Operating Temperature
Frequency Response
Input Impedance
Carrier Suppression
Audio Output Impedance
Tone Distortion
3.3 VDC
8 mA
-30 - +60 C
300-2100 Hz
200 k
60 dB < Peak Voice
75 
<1%
Encryption Specifications
TVS-2: Encryption Sequences
TVS-2: Random Number Generator
TVS-2: Sequence Length (est.)
+40 Trillion
64 bits
84 billion years
VPU-15: Inversion Codes Available
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GENERAL INFORMATION
The MOT-TVS-2-PRO series is a high-level hopping code scrambler that plugs into the Motorola Professional
series radios. Midian’s TVS-2 uses the hopping type rolling code encryption for higher security rather than
sweeping code type and offers 4 user-programmable hop rates and is down gradable to voice inversion. The
scrambler is capable of features such as ANI, ENI, OTAR, Deadbeat Disable, Spy, and more when using Midian’s
Kryptic Signaling format with Midian’s CAD-300 and DDU-300.
The MOT-VPU-15-PRO series is an entry level voice inversion scrambler that plugs into the Motorola
Professional series radios. The scrambler is capable of features such as ANI, ENI, OTAR, Deadbeat Disable,
Spy, and more when using Midian’s Kryptic Signaling format with Midian’s CAD-300 and DDU-300.
For more detailed information on the scramblers’ features, troubleshooting and system information please
reference the TVS-2 Technical Reference Manual.
INSTALLATION OVERVIEW
1. Test the radio for functionality.
2. Program the radio per the Radio Programming Section of this manual.
3. Install the scrambler into the radio per the Hardware Installation Section of this manual.
4. Program the scrambler per the Product Programming Section of this manual.
Note: Midian is not responsible for any damage/loss resulting from the use of Midian’s products.
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RADIO PROGRAMMING
MOT-TVS-2-PRO-M & MOT-VPU-15-PRO-M for Motorola MDC-1200 capable mobile radios
CDM-750, CDM-1250, GM-140, GM-160, GM-328, GM-338, GM-398, PRO-3100, PRO-5100, PRO-7100
Programming Instructions
It is necessary to program the radio before installing the scrambler. This is because the Option Board Feature
of the radio must be enabled in order to program the scrambler using a RIB box and to hear confirmation beeps
from the radio after programming the scrambler.
1. In the Radio Configuration Window under the Option Board Tab, select Advanced Option Interface as the
Option Board Type. Do not check the Option Board Configuration Download box.
2. When programming the “Conventional Personality”, Pre-Emphasis may be enabled, but De-Emphasis must
be disabled. This is because De-Emphasis will prevent the scrambler from decoding synchronization data.
Compression should not be used with the scrambler. No, or Low Level expansion may be used. Check the
Option Board Feature box for all channels if using a button to control the mode of the scrambler. If doing
scrambling on a per channel basis, then check Option Board Feature only for scrambled channels. It will be
necessary to set the power up state of the scrambler to Scramble for per channel scrambling.
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The following two steps apply to the accessory connector and may be skipped by most users.
3. An accessory pin may be used to control the transmit mode of the scrambler between scramble and clear.
This is useful in remote control applications. To enable this feature, one of the radio accessory pins must be
assigned to Option Board 1 (Input) via the CPS programmer.
4. An accessory pin may be used to initiate an emergency ANI. This allows for an external emergency foot
switch or button, and frees-up one of the radio front buttons. To enable this feature, one of the radio
accessory pins must be assigned to Option Board 2 (Input) via the CPS programmer. The switch must be
held in the active state for about 2 seconds before an emergency ANI will be sent.
Note: Accessory pin features do not require any special scrambler programming.
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MOT-TVS-2-PRO-M & MOT-VPU-15-PRO-M
GM-339, GM-340, GM-360, GM-380, GM-399, PRO-7200 Programming Instructions
It is necessary to program the radio before installing the scrambler. This is because the Option Board Feature
of the radio must be enabled in order to program the scrambler using a RIB box and to hear confirmation beeps
from the radio after programming the scrambler.
1. In the Per Radio Miscellaneous Window under the Global Tab, select “Advanced” as the “Option Board Type”
and set the RX Audio (Accessory Connector) to “Filtered Squelched”. Note: The Accessory Connector is the
rear accessory connector, but this setting also affects the audio going to the options connector.
2. For each personality, under the Miscellaneous tab, the “Option Board” must be enabled. Check the Option
Board box for all channels if using a button to control the mode of the scrambler. If doing scrambling on a per
channel basis, then check Option Board Feature only for scrambled channels. It will be necessary to set the
power up state of the scrambler to Scramble for per channel scrambling.
3. For each personality, under the “Audio” tab, the “Voice Pre-emphasis/De-emphasis” must be disabled.
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MOT-TVS-2-PRO-M MOD-1306 & MOT-VPU-15-PRO-M MOD-1306
CDM-1550-LS+, GM-338-LS Programming Instructions
It is necessary to program the radio before installing the scrambler. This is because the Option Board Feature
of the radio must be enabled in order to program the scrambler using a RIB box and to hear confirmation beeps
from the radio after programming the scrambler.
Conventional Programming:
1. In the Radio Configuration Window under the Option Board Tab, select Advanced Option Interface as the
Option Board Type. Do not check the Option Board Configuration Download box.
2. When programming the “Conventional Personality”, Pre-Emphasis may be enabled, but De-Emphasis must
be disabled. This is because De-Emphasis will prevent the scrambler from decoding synchronization data.
Compression should not be used with the scrambler. No, or Low Level expansion may be used. Check the
Option Board Feature box for all channels if using a button to control the mode of the scrambler. If doing
scrambling on a per channel basis, then check Option Board Feature only for scrambled channels. It will be
necessary to set the power up state of the scrambler to Scramble for per channel scrambling.
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LTR Programming:
1. In the LS Trunking Personality window, check the Option Board Feature box for each personality. Check the
Option Board Feature box for all channels if using a button to control the mode of the scrambler. If doing
scrambling on a per channel basis, then check Option Board Feature only for scrambled channels. It will be
necessary to set the power up state of the scrambler to Scramble for per channel scrambling.
2. In the LS Trunking Site window Pre-Emphasis should be enabled, but De-Emphasis must not be enabled.
This is because De-Emphasis will prevent the scrambler from decoding synchronization data. The scrambler
by its very nature performs De-Emphasis function. Compression should not be used with the scrambler.
Expansion should also be disabled.
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The following two steps apply to the accessory connector and may be skipped by most users.
5. An accessory pin may be used to control the transmit mode of the scrambler between scramble and clear.
This is useful in remote control applications. To enable this feature, one of the radio accessory pins must be
assigned to Option Board 1 (Input) via the CPS programmer.
6. An accessory pin may be used to initiate an emergency ANI. This allows for an external emergency foot
switch or button, and frees-up one of the radio front buttons. To enable this feature, one of the radio
accessory pins must be assigned to Option Board 2 (Input) via the CPS programmer. The switch must be
held in the active state for about 2 seconds before an emergency ANI will be sent.
Note: Accessory pin features do not require any special scrambler programming.
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MOT-TVS-2-PRO-M MOD-1331 & MOT-VPU-15-PRO-M MOD-1331 for MPT-1327 Trunking Radios
GM-640, GM-660, GM-1280, MCX-720, MCX-760, MCX-780 Programming Instructions
It is necessary to program the radio before installing the scrambler. This is because the Option Board Feature
of the radio must be enabled in order to program the scrambler using a RIB box and to hear confirmation beeps
from the radio after programming the scrambler.
1. In the Per Radio Parameters Window set the “Option Board Fitted Mode” as “Advanced”.
2. Edit the ‘MPT Personality’. In the “Options” window, check the “Option Board Enable” box. Check Option
Board Enable for all channels if using a button to control the mode of the scrambler. If doing scrambling on a
per channel basis, then check Option Board Enable only for scrambled channels. It will be necessary to set
the power up state of the scrambler to Scramble for per channel scrambling.
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3. If using conventional channels, edit the ‘Conventional Personality Data’. In the “Conventional Personality”
window, check the “Option Board Enable” box. Check Option Board Enable for all channels if using a button
to control the mode of the scrambler. If doing scrambling on a per channel basis, then check Option Board
Enable only for scrambled channels. It will be necessary to set the power up state of the scrambler to
Scramble for per channel scrambling.
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HARDWARE INSTALLATION
Be certain to follow standard anti-static procedures when handling any of Midian’s products.
Radio Firmware: For the mobile radios listed, it is necessary to have radio firmware version R05.00.00 or higher.
If the radio has an older firmware version, it is necessary to upgrade to the newest firmware.
Verifying the firmware version can be done several ways. On most radios, this information is on a label on the
bottom of the radio. For display radios, selecting the SoftwareVer# option from the utility menu will report the
version. Consult Motorola if you cannot determine the firmware version.
Disassembling the Radio:
Additional disassembly instructions are also available in Motorola’s Basic Service Manual.
1. Disconnect power.
2. Remove plastic cover from the radio chassis by prying the sides away and lifting up.
3. Remove the 6 retaining bolts from the metal lid using a Torx™ size 20 screwdriver. Carefully begin removing
the lid. If there is already an option board installed such as a voice storage board, disconnect it by gently
lifting the latch holding the 40-pin flex cable in place.
4. Remove the lid completely. Unscrew the three bolts holding the option board frame to the lid if one is present.
Note: It is not recommended to use the radio for transmitting while disassembled, as some model radios require
the lid to be installed for RF power.
Installing the Scrambler:
1. Insert the 40-pin flex cable into the 40-pin flex connector on the scrambler, making certain it is seated
properly, then close the latch. The silver foil side of the flex should face the edge of the board.
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2. The scrambler is then mounted into the metal lid of the radio using the option board mounting kit. See pictures
below. The mounting kit is ordered from Midian as PRO Option B or from Motorola as RLN4823B. The
mounting kit includes the 40-pin flex cable, the mounting frame and 3 mounting screws.
Reassembling the Radio:
Additional assembly instructions are also available in Motorola’s Basic Service Manual.
1. Once scrambler is installed in the lid, insert the other side of the 40-pin flex cable into the 40-pin flex
connector on the radio’s main board. The shiny side of the flex should face down.
2. Reinstall the metal lid making sure the flex bends toward the back of the radio, otherwise it will be pinched by
the lid. Tighten the screws down in number sequence shown on the lid to 17 in lbs (1.9 NM) torque. Repeat to
verify torque is correct after completing the sequence.
3. Snap on plastic cover.
HARDWARE ALIGNMENT
The MOT-TVS-2-PRO-M series does not require any hardware adjustments, however, when ordering the
scrambler, the radio it will be used in must be specified. The scrambler will come modified by Midian for the
proper model of radio. If for some reason you decide to modify the board because the radio changes, the table
below indicates the parts to change. For example if changing a PRO-M module into a PRO-M MOD-1306; R-3
and R-21 would need to change values.
Scrambler
PRO-M
PRO MOD-1306
PRO MOD-1331
R-1
750 K
750 K
910 K
R-3
300 K
750 K
910 K
R-8
N/A
N/A
27 K
R-12
62 K
62 K
27 K
R-17
27 K
27 K
N/A
12
R-21
100 K
91 K
47 K
R-23
150 K
150 K
62 K
R-25
100 K
100 K
62 K
R-36
0 Ohm
0 Ohm
N/A
C-33
N/A
N/A
.01 uf
PRODUCT PROGRAMMING
Install the MPS programming software if you have not done so already. The MOT-TVS-2-PRO series version 2.8
and higher can be programmed via the Motorola RIB box.
Start the MPS software. From the product selection screen on the MPS software, locate and select MOT-TVS-2PRO or MOT-VPU-15-PRO and the desired model and click OK. The following table shows the proper MPS
selection based upon the model scrambler ordered.
PRO-M (MDC Mobile)
PRO-M (LTR Mobile)
PRO-ME (5-Tone or MPT
Mobile)
MOT-TVS-2-PRO-M or MOT-VPU-15-PRO-M
MOT-TVS-2-PRO-M MOD-1306 or MOT-VPU-15-PRO-M MOD-1306
MOT-TVS-2-PRO-M, MOT-VPU-15-PRO-M, MOT-TVS-2-PRO-M MOD-1331 or
MOT-VPU-15-PRO-M MOD-1331
Configure the programming software by selecting File->Preferences. Select the appropriate COM port. If using the
RIB box, make certain there is a check mark next to ‘Rib Box Enable’ by clicking on it.
Set the parameters of the MOT-TVS-2-PRO software to fit the application. If any clarifications on a feature are
required, move the mouse cursor over the feature name until the question mark appears and right click, an on-line
help for that feature will be shown. On the radio tab it is necessary to select the proper Radio Model. If the correct
product was selected in the step above then it will be preset in the default file. The following table indicates the
proper Radio Model Selection for the scrambler ordered:
(A) MDC/LTR Mobile
(6) 5-Tone or MPT Mobile
MOT-TVS-2-PRO-M, MOT-VPU-15-PRO-M, MOT-TVS-2-PRO-M
MOD-1306 or MOT-VPU-15-PRO-M MOD-1306
MOT-TVS-2-PRO-M, MOT-VPU-15-PRO-M, MOT-TVS-2-PRO-M
MOD-1331 or MOT-VPU-15-PRO-M MOD-1331
After entering the parameters, save the file by going to File - Save As. Enter the file name in the File Name block
and click Save. Saving the file will allow for quick and easy reprogramming of units. Turn power on to the radio
and then the RIB. Click ProgramUnit! in the MPS software. You will hear 1-3 beeps from the radio if programmed
successfully.
To read the parameters from the scrambler, Click on ReadUnit!.
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The radio and RIB should be powered down for 3 seconds after reading or programming.
Important Note: Do not attempt to ‘clone’ the scrambler by reading one and then programming another. When
the scrambler is read, the security codes will be read out as zeroes. If another scrambler is then cloned with this
information, the scramblers will be incompatible because they have different security codes. To ensure
scramblers communicate with each other, program them from a saved file.
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OPERATION
Mode Selection: Mode selection means a method of turning the scrambler on and off. In the MOT-TVS-2-PRO
and MOT-VPU-15-PRO series there are two ways of doing this:
Per-Channel Scramble On/Off: To use this feature each channel that is designated as a Scrambled channel
should have the Option Board Feature box enabled in the radio programming software. Channels that are
designated as Clear should NOT have the Option Board feature box enabled. Additionally the Power-Up State in
the MPS software should be set to Scramble. When using Per-Channel Scrambling, a button should NOT be
programmed for Mode Select in the MPS software.
Scramble On/Off Button: To use this feature each channel should have the Option Board Feature box enabled
in the radio programming software. The desired button should be programmed to no function in the radio
programming software. In the MPS software on the Radio tab in the Button Assignment area set the desired
button to “Mode Select”. Pressing and releasing this button will toggle the mode of the scrambler between
scramble and clear. A medium tone followed by a high tone indicates the scrambler is in Scramble mode and a
medium tone followed by a low tone indicates the scrambler is in Clear mode. Also on the Radio tab under the
Miscellaneous section
Code Selection: The TVS-2 or VPU-15 can have up to 4 different codes programmed.
Code Selection Button: To use this feature multiple security codes must be programmed into the TVS-2 or VPU15 scrambler. The desired button should be programmed to no function in the radio programming software. In the
MPS software on the Radio tab in the Button Assignment area set the desired button to “Code Select”. Pressing
and releasing this button will step the scrambler to the next security code. The scrambler will emit a number of
beeps corresponding to the code number the scrambler stepped to (i.e. 2 beeps equals security code 2). The
maximum number of codes is 4.
Password: If the password function is enabled the correct password (4 digits using 0-9) must be entered on a
compatible numeric keypad on power up. If the correct password is not entered within 5 attempts the unit will be
disabled. If the radio does not have a compatible numeric keypad do not enable this feature.
Midian’s Kryptic Signaling:
Midian’s TVS-2 and VPU-15 offer the following signaling functions:
ANI: When the PTT button is pressed the scrambler will generate an ANI to be decoded by Midian’s CAD-300 or
DDU-300.
Emergency ANI (ENI): When the Emergency button on the radio is pressed and held for 1 second the scrambler
will key the radio and transmit the ENI to be decoded by Midian’s CAD-300 or DDU-300.
Selective Call: The scrambler can be selectively called from Midian’s CAD-300 or DDU-300. When the scrambler
is called it will generate ringing beeps out the radio’s speaker.
Radio Kill: The scrambler can be disabled and re-enabled from Midian’s CAD-300 or DDU-300. When the
scrambler receives a disable command it will not allow any receive or transmit audio to pass through the
scrambler or for a PTT command to be given to the radio if the PTT path is controlled by the scrambler. When the
scrambler receives an enable command it will resume normal operation.
Spy: The scrambler can be sent a command from Midian’s CAD-300 or DDU-300 to key the radio and transmit
ambient noise from the microphone for 00-90 seconds in 10 second increments. This time is preprogrammed into
the scrambler.
Query: This command sent from Midian’s CAD-300 or DDU-300 will report to the CAD or DDU if the
scrambler/radio is currently on or off.
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TECHNICAL NOTES
Radio Compatibility: Midian has taken the utmost care to ensure the option board integrates into the radio with
minimal impact to the features of the radio. However, some features may not be available in the radio when an
option board is used. If a feature is not available, please contact Midian to see if the feature can be added.
Radio Firmware: Midian recommends having the latest firmware in the radio when installing the scrambler.
However, it should be noted that occasionally firmware updates may cause a conflict with proper option
board/radio communications. This may appear that the scrambler is not working properly, but it is a conflict in the
serial communication between the option board and radio. If this happens it will be necessary to go back to the
original firmware revision.
Please note that firmware versions between the EMEA region and the Asia and America regions might be
different.
Scan: Midian strongly recommends not using the radio’s Scan function when using voice scramblers. First of all
synchronization packets will most likely not be decoded by the receiving radios, as the receiving radio may be
looking at a different channel when sync is transmitted. Additionally if using a combination of scrambling on a perchannel basis and a mode select button to control the state of the scrambler, when the scan function is used the
radio will ignore the button. This is best resolved by using per-channel scrambling OR a mode select button, but
not both. If using scan and a mode-select button the Option Board Feature box in the radio programming section
must be enabled on all channels.
Known Issues: The "Enable Wired PTT" function on the "Radio" screen of the MPS UP is obsolete. This box
should never be checked. The "Combo (press & hold)" and "Emerg (press & hold)" are not supported on the P1,
P2, and P3 buttons when using Enhanced Integration. Use of the System Scan feature of the radio has been
known to cause a problem whereby the transmitter stays on the air 3 seconds after PTT is released. Checking the
"Reserved Function" box on the "Advanced" screen of the MPS UP works around this radio problem.
Accessory Pin Features: Upon power-up, the radio does not always report the state of the accessory pins to
the option board. It may be necessary to toggle the state of these inputs once after power-up to ensure correct
operation.
Option Board Feature: Enabling the option board feature tells the radio to report events such as button press,
PTT press, carrier detect, etc. to the option board. This feature enables communication between the option board
and the radio.
When controlling the scrambler with a radio button, it is absolutely required to enable this feature on all channels.
For scrambling on a per channel basis only enable the option board on scrambled channels and the power up
mode of the scrambler should be Scramble. On display models, the following icon appears on the LCD when
option board mode is on:
Known Issues: The radio must be off for a full 3 seconds prior to being turned on or the scrambler cannot reset
properly resulting in malfunction. The "Enable LCD Message" option in the MPS UP should not be enabled due to
problems in the radio. If problems are experienced when reading the scrambler from the RIB box, use the MPS
cable.
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MIDIAN CONTACT INFORMATION
MIDIAN ELECTRONICS, INC.
2302 East 22nd Street
Tucson, Arizona 85713 USA
Toll-Free: 1-800-MIDIANS
Main: 520-884-7981
E-mail: sales@midians.com
Web: www.midians.com
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PIIC9013
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PIR3102
PIC2702
PIC2701
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C27
COC27
22p
PIC801 PIC802
PIC1601
PIC1602
COIC7:4
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LMV324
COR18
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10K
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36K
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MIC555
COC4
C4
22p
Vddd
PIR1901
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PIIC708
CORC18
RC18
1K Ohms
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PIIC6010
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PIIC6012+
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PIIC403
PIIC1005
PIR2601
COIC7:3
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LMV324
PIIC709-
PIR2802
PIRC1801
PIRC1802
PIR2801
COR19
R19
56K
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COC24
C24
470p
PI C10 4
PI C10 6
PIR1401
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COIC6:3
TLV2375
PIR1701
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PIC2302
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PIR1702
PIIC2020
PI C10 7
COIC10
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PIR1301
PIR1402
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COC31
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COC23
C23
22p
PIC2301
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PI C10 8
COR14
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10K1%
PIC3102
PIC3101
PIC2501
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27K
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PIIC605+
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COIC6:2
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TLV2375
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PIIC606-
PIIC203
PIC2002
PIR1201
PIR1302
COY1
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COC25
C25
22p
PI C202
COR13
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36K
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COC33
C33
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COC9
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PIIC707
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PIR1202
PIY101
PI C2018
COIC2
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16F716
COR12
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62K
PIQ10D
PIIC305
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PIR3602
PI C906 PI C907 PI C908
PIR202
PIQ10S
COR10
R10
18K
PI C2010
PIR1601
PIQ10G
PIR2901
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COIC7:2
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PIY102
36
6
PIR201
Z1
E
COR2
R2
1.2M
Z
COR16
R16
36K
GND
PIC2601
PIC2602
PIC2502
COC26
C26
22p
5
PIIC903
Z0
PIR1602
PIR2902 R29
COR29
1
PIC502
PI C9016
A0
CS
6
PIIC1036
CLK
PIIC905
PI C909
COR11
R11
100K
19
PIIC2019
PIIC306
37
8
COC5
C5
39p
PIC501
PIR1 01
.0068u
VDD
PI C2012 PI C208
B0
COC7
C7
16
PIIC2016
PI C201
VSS
PIC701
PIC702
PI C2013
VSS
PIR501
COC19
C19
.1u
PIIC1037
OSC2
OSC2
PIR502
PIIC703+
VCC
3
PIC1901
PIC1902
GND
1
PIIC701
VDD
B7
COR5
R5
4.7K
C
2
PIIC702-
PIR301
VEE
300K
PIR302
LMV324
PI C204
15
PIIC2015
OSC1
TCMP
17
COIC7:1
IC7:1
COR3
R3
TX IN
Vddd
PIR402
14
PIR401
NC2
COC17
C17
.1u
COR7
R7
100K
4.7M
13
Vddd
1.8M
SO
PIC1701
PIC1702
7
8
PIIC108
A7
PIC601 PIC602
COR4
R4
1
PIIC307
1
39p
PIIC301
NC1
VS
COC6
C6
13
SI
18
*
PIIC1013
OSC1
2
PIIC102
B5
4
A3
COC613
C613
33
PIIC1033
0R
PIIC304
3
2
PIC61302
COR33
R33
COC3
C3
*
10
B0
A0
PIC61301
PIR3301
44
PIIC1044
PIIC1010
B3
PIR3302
PIC301
PIC302
B7
7
RESET
14
PIIC1014
PIR602
RES
10
PIR601
B2
D7
A1
15
PIIC1015
0R
2
PIIC802
PIIC303
PIIC308
SS
6
41
PIIC1041
11
8
SCLK VCC
PIR702
9
34
PIIC1034
PIIC1011
SCK
B2
COR625
R625
*
B3
MOSI
A2
32
PIIC1032
OPT-ENA
PIR62502
PIIC302
MISO
5
PIR62501
COR6
R6
PIR902
PI C801
CLK2
100p
2
Vddd
COIC3
IC3
9346
12
PIR701
8
GND
COC32
C32
100p
CLK1
COC615
C615
PIR3702
PIIC1012
C6
B1
PIC61502
PIC61501
31
PIIC1031
PIR3701
B4
7
B
30
PIIC1030
C5
A3
PIC3201
PIC3202
29
PIIC1029
DATA1
COR9
R9
*
1
VDDD
19
PIIC1019
PTT
PIR63002
MISO
PIR901
3
PIIC803
A6
B5
Vddd
B1
A4
*
PIR63001
20
PIIC1020
RDY
COR630
R630
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IC8
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1
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C2
PIR4001
COSJ2
SJ2
Vddd
PIIC109
6
PIR4002
9
PIPAD501
PIIC1018
C0
B4
PISJ201
24
PIIC1024
TCAP
PISJ202
26
PIIC1026
18
C7
5
A1
B
PIR3501
TDO
PI C609
COR37
R37
0R
GND
COPAD3
PIPAD301
D COPAD4
PIPAD401
C COPAD5
28
PIIC1028
COIC6:6
IC6:6
TLV2375
2
PIPAD101
10K
A2
PIR3901
C4
SHDN
PIR3902
COPAD1
PAD1
21
PIIC1021
16
PIIC1016
NC1
COM
D1
PIR3502
COR35
R35
COR40
R40
*
COR39
R39
*
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RDI
C1
1
PISJ402
27
PIIC1027
25
PIIC1025
3
6
7
Vddd
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PI C608
OS
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SJ4
D2
PIR3201
COPAD2
PAD2
COIC1
IC1
68705FPHS
A
PIR3801
9
NC2
COR38
R38
10K
8
COR32
R32
10K
17
PIIC1017
GND
PIR3802
1/2SHDN
22
PIIC1022
PIR3202
IRQ
C3
NC3
23
PIIC1023
VPP
A
NC4
PI C1043 PI C1038 PI C1040 PI C1039 PI C1042
6
Vddd
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C2
.01u
PIC202
PIC201
42
39
40
38
43
Vddd
A
2
3/4SHDN
1
+
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COC30
C30
4.7u
PIC1401
PIC1402
COC14
C14
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PIC1501
PIC1502
COR25
R25
100K
PIR2502
COC15
C15
.001u
PIR2501
15
PIIC6015-
16
PIIC6016
14
PIIC6014+
COR30
R30
0R
PIR3002
PIR3402
PIR2201
COR34
R34
*
PIR3401
COR22
R22
1.2M
PIR2101
RX OUT
PIR3001
14
PIIC7014
12
PIIC7012+
COC12
C12
.001u
COC16
C16
.1u
PIC30 1
PIR2602
COIC6:4
IC6:4
TLV2375
PIR2202
R21
COR21
100K
PIR2102
D
D
COtb0sch1
MIDIAN ELECTRONICS, INC.
DATE: 1999-11-01
DESIGN:
1
2
3
4
CJS
DML
DWN BY:
REV:
2014-05-09
5
APPR
MOT-TVS-2/MOT-VPU-15
PRO-M
REV
H-2
DOCUMENT NAME
SCHEMATIC
SHEET
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PROJECT NUMBER
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6
CP
7313
1
2
3
4
5
6
COB5
B5
COB4
B4
PIB401 PIB402 PIB403
PIB501 PIB502 PIB503
ROW4
1
A
COB6
B6
PIB601 PIB602 PIB603
1
ROW5
1
A
ROW3
COL5
COB7
B7
PIB701 PIB702
COSJ1
SJ1
LED ENA
PISJ102
Vddd
SW_B+
PIR63201
PIR64802
COR633
R633
*
PIR63 02
Vddd
PIQ6030B
COIC7:5
IC7:5
LMV324
COIC6:5
IC6:5
TLV2375
PIQ6020B
PIR64602
PI C6013
13
11
PI C701
PIQ6020C
PIQ6020E
COR646
R646
*
COQ602
Q602
*
PIC61602
PIC61601
PIR64702
PIQ6010B
PIQ6010C
COQ603
Q603
PIQ6030E
*
LED PWR
PIR64902
*
PIR63102
*
PIR62102
PIR620 1
PID60101
*
Vddd
PIR63101
A02
PISJ602
PISJ601
C
PISJ702
PIR62902
PISJ701
COR629
R629
*
GND
100p
COD604
D604
*
COD605
D605
*
PID60501
Vddd
PIR60301
PIC61 01
PIC61 02
COR604
R604
COR605
R605
*
PIR60302
PIR60402
COC611
C611
*
COR606
R606
*
*
PIR60401
PIR60501
ROW2
COR607
R607
*
PIR60701
COC610
C610
PIR62302
PID60602
1
ROW2
COL3
1
COB13
B13
PIC61201
PIC61202
1
COL2
COB14
B14
PIR60502
PIR60602
ROW3
PIR61 02
PID60601
PIB1401 PIB1402 PIB1403
1
COL3
1
1
PIR60601
ROW4
COR608
R608
COR609
R609
*
PIR60702
PIR60802
PIR60901
COR612
R612
1K
COR610
R610
*
*
PIR60801
PIR60902
PIR61002
ROW5
PIR61 01
PIR61201
COL2
COL3
COB16
B16
COL5
COB17
B17
COB18
B18
C
4
PI C602
PIIC60204-
1
COIC602
IC602
*
PIIC60201
3
PIIC60203+
PIB1601 PIB1602 PIB1603
COL1
KEY_INTRP
PIB1701 PIB1702 PIB1703
1
PIB1801 PIB1802 PIB1803
COL3
1
PI C602 5
1
COL2
ROW4
PIR61202
PIR61001
COL4
ROW3
COB19
B19
COR613
R613
*
PIR61302
COB20
B20
COB21
B21
PIR61301
COC609
C609
*
PIC60901
PIB1901 PIB1902 PIB1903
COL1
EXT MIC
COC617
C617
100p
PIC61702
PIC61701
ROW5
COtb0sch2
MIDIAN ELECTRONICS, INC.
DATE: 1999-11-01
CJS
DESIGN:
1
PIB1501 PIB1502 PIB1503
COR611
R611
1K
PIC60902
D
COB15
B15
COD606
D606
*
Vddd
COC612
C612
*
PIB1201 PIB1202 PIB1203
COL2
COL1
PIC610 1
PIC610 2
PIR61902
PID60502
PID60401
COL1
COR623
R623
*
COL1
COR603
R603
*
ROW1
COL3
COB12
B12
PIB1 01 PIB1 02 PIB1 03
PIB1301 PIB1302 PIB1303
Vddd
VDDD
PID60301
PIR60202
PIR62901
LCD SEL
PID60201
COR619
R619
*
PIR61802
PID60402
COD603
D603
*
COR602
R602
*
PIR60102
A01
COB11
B11
PIR60201
COR601
R601
*
COSJ7
SJ7
COL2
PIB1001 PIB1002 PIB1003
PIR62301
COR618
R618
*
PIR62 02
PID60302
COD602
D602
*
PIR61901
Vddd
PIR60101
COSJ6
SJ6
PIR61801
COR622
R622
*
PIR62101
PID60202
PIR620 2
PID60102
COD601
D601
*
COR631
R631
PIR62 01
COR621
R621
*
COR620
R620
*
RW1
PIR63802
1
B
COR638
R638
PIR63801
PIB903
PIR64901
COR649
R649
*
COC616
C616
COB10
B10
COQ601
Q601
*
PIR64601
RW2
PIB902
ROW1
2
4
PI C604
4
PI C704
B
PIQ6010E
PIR64701
PIQ6030C
PIB901
COL1
COJ602:18
J602:18
*
PITP201
PIB803
PIJ602018
COR647
R647
PIR64801
COTP2
TP2
PIB802
5
Vddd
PIR63202
*
PIB801
COB9
B9
1
COJ601:3
J601:3
PIJ60103
COR648
R648
COR632
R632
*
PIB703
1
SW_B+
PISJ101
PIR63 01
COB8
B8
2
3
4
DWN BY:
REV:
DML
APPR
2014-05-09
PIB20 1 PIB20 2 PIB20 3
1
1
COL3
1
COL2
D
MOT-TVS-2/MOT-VPU-15
PRO-M
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H-2
DOCUMENT NAME
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SHEET
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5
PIB2101 PIB2102 PIB2103
CP
7313
6
COVO2
COC616
COR647
COR649
PAC61601 PAC61602 PAR64701
PAR64702 PAR64901
PAR64902
PAQ6030B
COQ603
PAQ6030C
PAQ6010BCOQ601
PAR60601 PAR60602
PAQ6010E
COR605
PAR60501
PAR60502
PAQ6010C
PAQ6030E
PASJ201COSJ2PASJ202
COR606
COR610
PAR61001 PAR61002
COR609
PAR60902
PAR60901
PASJ301COSJ3PASJ302
PASJ401COSJ4PASJ402
COJ602
PAVO20A
PAJ6020A
COC610
PAC61001
PAC61002
COR646
PAR64601 PAR64602 PAR64801
COR648
PAR64802
PAVO20B
PAQ6020B
COQ602
PAVO201 COTP2
PATP201
PAVO20C
PAQ6020C
PAR63202 PAR60202
PAVO20E
PAQ6020E
COR612
PAR63201 PAR60201
PAR61201 PAR61202
COR611
COR601
PAR61101 PAR61102 PAR60101 PAR60102
COR603
PAR60301 PAR60302
COR632 COR602
PAIC60204
PAIC60205
COIC602
COR608
PAR60801
PAR60802
COR607
PAR60701 PAR60702
PCOR604
AR60401 PAR60402
PAJ602014
PAJ602013
PAJ60209
PAJ60208
PAJ60207
PAJ60206
PAJ60205
PAJ60204
PAC61 01 PAC61102
COR613 COC609
PAJ60202
PAJ60201
PAIC60201
PAR601
PAIC803 PAR3302
COR3
PAY101
PAR902 PAR3301
PAR2002 PAR2001
PAR3502
COR35
PAR4002 PAR3501
COR40
COIC2
PAR4001
PAIC101
PAIC102
PAIC103
PAIC104
PAIC105
COC23PAC2302
PAIC106
PAC2301
PAIC404
PAIC403 COPAD5PAIC107
COC22
PAIC108
PAC2201 PAC2202 PAC2002
PAIC402
PAIC109
COC21
PAIC401
PAC2101 PAC2102 PAC2001 PAIC405
PAIC1010
PAIC1011
COC24
COR28
CORC18
COC2
COC26
COR29
PAC1701
PAIC305
PAIC306
PAIC307
PAIC308
COIC3
COtb0sch1
PAIC304
PAIC303
PAIC302
PAIC301
PAIC10 2 PAIC10 3 PAIC10 4 PAIC10 5 PAIC10 6 PAIC10 7 PAIC10 8 PAIC10 9PAIC102 PAIC1021 PAIC102
COR7
PAR701 PAR702
PAPAD101 PAPAD201
PAIC9010
PAR62002 PAR62001
COPAD1 COPAD2 PAPAD401
COR63
PAR63301PASJ101
COPAD3
PAIC508
COC14
PAC1402
PAC1401
COR32 PAC1602
COC16 PAC1601
PAR3201
PAR3202
COC34
PAC3401
PAC3402
PAIC9011
PAIC9012
PAIC707
PAIC706
COR21
COIC9
PAVO2026
PAJ601026
PAVO2024
PAJ601024
COSJ1
PAVO2022
COR36
COC9
PAC901 PAC902
COR10
PAR1001
PAR1002 PAR1302
COR13
PAVO203
PAJ60103
PAJ60102
PAJ60101
PAC3202
PAC1302 PAC1301
COC19
PAC1902
PAC1901
PAIC9016
PAIC901
COIC5
PAIC504 PAR2501 PAR2301
PAR1601 PAR1201 PAR1101
COR37PAR3702
PAIC503
COR38
COR14PAR1401
PAR3701
PAR1402
PAR3801
PAR3802
PAIC502
PAC3101
PAR1501
PAIC609
PAIC608
COC31 COR15 PAIC6010
PAIC607
PAIC501
PAC3102 PAR1502 PAIC6011 COIC6
PAIC606
COR26
PAVO205
PAJ60105
PAVO204
PAJ60104
PAIC902
PAC801
COC8 PAR2601
PAC802 PAR2602
PAVO207
PAJ60107
PAVO206
PAJ60106
PAIC9015
COC30
PAVO209
PAJ60109
PAVO208
PAJ60108
COC13
PAC3001 PAC3002
PAVO2011
PAJ601011
PAVO2010
PAJ601010
PAR4101 PAR4102
PAIC10 5PAIC10 6PAIC10 7PAIC10 8
PAVO2013
PAJ601013
PAVO2012
PAJ601012
PAIC903
PAIC10 4PAIC10 3PAIC10 2PAIC10 1
PAVO2015
PAJ601015
PAVO2014
PAJ601014
PAIC904
PAR1301
PAVO2017
PAJ601017
PAVO2016
PAJ601016
PAIC9014
COIC10
PAVO2019
PAJ601019
PAVO2018
PAJ601018
PAR3601
PAR102
COR3
PAIC702 PAR301 PAR302
PAC3301
COC3 PAR3602
PAIC701
PAC601
COC6 PAR401
COR4 PAC3302
COR5
PAR501
PAR502 PAC602 PAR402 COR621
PAR62101 PAR62102
PAC702
COC7
PAIC908
PAC3201
PAIC907
PAC701
COC32
PAIC906
PAR2502
COR25 PAR2302COR23
PAVO2021
PAJ601021
PAVO2020
PAJ601020
PAIC9013
COR41
PAVO2023
PAJ601023
PAVO202 PAJ601022
PASJ102
PAC501 PAR201 PAR101
COR1
PAIC905
PAVO2029
PAJ601029
PAVO2027
PAJ601027
PAVO2025
PAJ601025
PAVO2028
PAJ601028
PAC502
COC5 PAR202
COR2
PAIC704
PAIC703
PAIC7013
PAIC909
COR620
COR39
PAPAD501
PAR63302
COR17
PAIC705
PAIC7014
PAIC1033
PAIC1032
PAIC1031
PAIC1030 PAR3902 PAPAD301
PAIC1029 PAR3901
PAIC1028
PAIC1027
PAIC505
PAIC1026
PAIC506
PAIC1025
PAIC1024
PAIC507
PAIC1023
COIC4
COIC7
PAR2202 PAR2201 PAR2101 PAR2102
COPAD4
COC17
PAC1202 PAC1201
COR22
PAIVCO2104 PAIVCO21043 PAIVCO21042 PAIVCO2104 1 PAIC104 PAIC1039 PAIC1038 PAIC1037PAIC1036 PAIC1035 PAIC1034
PAC2401 PAC2402 PAR2802 PAR2801 PARC1801 PARC1802
PAC1702
COC12
PAIC7011
PAIC7012
PAC202 PAC201 PAC2602 PAC2601 PAR2902 PAR2901 PAC2501 PAC2502
COIC1
COC11
PAIC709
PAIC7010
COC25
PAIC201 PAIC202PAIC203 PAIC204 PAIC205PAIC206 PAIC207PAIC208PAIC209 PAIC2010
COC20
PAR62301 PAR62302
COR8
PAR801
PAR802
COC10
COR18
PAC1001 PAC1002 PAR1801 PAR1802
PAVO2031
PAJ601031
PAVO2030
PAJ601030
COR630
PAR63002
PAR63001
COC615
PAC61501 PAC61502
COR623
PAIC708
COC15
PAC1502 PAC1501
PAY103
COY1
PAY102
COR619
PAR61902
PAR61901
COR20
PAVO2033
PAJ601033
PAVO2032
PAJ601032
PAR1901 PAR1902 PAC1101 PAC1102 PAR1701 PAR1702
PAJ6020B
PAIC20 PAIC2019PAIC2018 PAIC2017 PAIC2016PAIC2015 PAIC2014PAIC2013PAIC2012 PAIC201
PAVO2035
PAJ601035
COR19
COR622
PAR62202
PAR62201
PAVO2037
PAJ601037
PAVO2036
PAJ601036
PAVO2034
PAJ601034
PAJ60203
PAC302
COC3
PAR602
COR6 PAIC802
COR625
PAR62501
PAR62502
COR641
PAR64101
PAR64102
COR639
PAR63901 PAR63902
PAJ602010
PAVO2039
PAJ601039
PAVO2038
PAJ601038
COR643
PAR64301
PAR64302
PAJ602011
COJ601
PAVO2040
PAJ601040
COSJ6
PASJ601
PASJ602
COR645
PAR64501
PAR64502
PAJ602012
PAIC60203 PAR61302 PAC60902 COR618
PAR61802 PAR61801
PAIC60202 PAR61301 PAC60901
PAIC801 COIC8 PAR901
COR9
PAC301
PAR63101 PAR63102
PAJ602015
COC611
PAR63801 PAR63802
COR631
PAJ602016
COC612 COC613
PAC61202 PAC61302
PAR62901 PAR62902 PASJ701COSJ7PASJ702
PAVO200
PAJ60100
COR638
PAJ602018
PAJ602017
PAC61201 PAC61301
COR629
PASJ501COSJ5PASJ502
COC617
PAC61702
PAC61701
PAVO20D
COQ1PAQ10D
PAR1602
PAVO20G PAQ10S
PAVO20S
COR16 PAR1202COR12 PAR1102COR1 PAQ10G
PAIC6012
PAIC605
PAIC6013
PAIC604
PAIC6014
PAIC6015
PAIC603
PAIC602
PAIC6016
PAIC601
COC27
PAC2701
PAC2702
PAR3401
COR34
PAR3402
PAR3001
COR30
PAR3002
PAR2401
COR24 PAC401COC4
PAR2402 PAC402
PAR3101
COR31
PAR3102
91BOC
3091BAP
61BOC
301OVAP
2091BAP
1061BAP
31BOC
3031BAP
01BOC 1001BAP
2031BAP
7BOC
2061BAP
3061BAP
1091BAP
107BAP
4BOC
304BAP
204BAP
5BOC
105BAP
6BOC
306BAP
206BAP
2001BAP
3001BAP
1031BAP
207BAP
307BAP
10606DAP 20606DAP
10306DAP 20310O6VDAPP
606DOC
306DOC
104BAP
10406DAP 20406DAP
406DOC
71BOC
02BOC
3071BAP
11BOC
41BOC 1041BAP
2071BAP
3011BAP
8BOC
2011BAP
308BAP
208BAP
1002BAP
1OVOC
2002BAP3002BAP
2041BAP
1071BAP
205BAP
3041BAP
1011BAP
108BAP
305BAP
10506DAP 20506DAP
10206DAP 20206DAP
10106DAP 20106DAP
206DOC
506DOC
106DOC
9BOC
12BOC
3012BAP
51BOC 2051BAP
81BOC
2012BAP
1081BAP
109BAP
21BOC
3051BAP
1021BAP
209BAP
309BAP
2021BAP3021BAP
2081BAP3081BAP
1012BAP
1051BAP
101OVAP
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