IE-iMcV-MediaLinX FCC Radio Frequency Interference Statement

IE-iMcV-MediaLinX FCC Radio Frequency Interference Statement
FCC Radio Frequency Interference Statement
IE-iMcV-MediaLinX
TX/SFP
iMcV-MediaLinX TX/FX
Operation Manual
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B computing device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules.
These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference when the equipment is operated in a commercial
environment. This equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the
instruction manual, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. Operation of this equipment in a residential area is likely to
cause harmful interference in which the user will be required to correct the interference at his own expense.
Any changes or modifications not expressly approved by the manufacturer could void the user’s authority to operate the equipment.
The use of non-shielded I/O cables may not guarantee compliance with FCC RFI limits. This digital apparatus does not exceed the Class B
limits for radio noise emission from digital apparatus set out in the Radio Interference Regulation of the Canadian Department of
Communications.
Le présent appareil numérique n’émet pas de bruits radioélectriques dépassant les limites applicables aux appareils numériques de classe B
prescrites dans le Règlement sur le brouillage radioélectrique publié par le ministère des Communications du Canada.
Limited Lifetime Warranty
Effective for products of B&B Electronics shipped on or after May 1, 2013, B&B Electronics warrants that each such
product shall be free from defects in material and workmanship for its lifetime. This limited lifetime warranty is applicable
solely to the original user and is not transferable.
This warranty is expressly conditioned upon proper storage, installation, connection, operation and maintenance of
products in accordance with their written specifications.
Pursuant to the warranty, within the warranty period, B&B Electronics, at its option will:
1. Replace the product with a functional equivalent;
2. Repair the product; or
3. Provide a partial refund of purchase price based on a depreciated value.
Products of other manufacturers sold by B&B Electronics are not subject to any warranty or indemnity offered by B&B
Electronics, but may be subject to the warranties of the other manufacturers.
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liability for: (i) any defects resulting from wear and tear, accident, improper use by the buyer or use by any third party
except in accordance with the written instructions or advice of the B&B Electronics or the manufacturer of the products,
including without limitation surge and overvoltage conditions that exceed specified ratings, (ii) any products which have
been adjusted, modified or repaired by any party other than B&B Electronics or (iii) any descriptions, illustrations, figures
as to performance, drawings and particulars of weights and dimensions contained in the B&B Electronics’ catalogs, price
lists, marketing materials or elsewhere since they are merely intended to represent a general idea of the products and do
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B&B Electronics’ products.
THE REPAIR OR REPLACEMENT OF THE DEFECTIVE ITEMS IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE EXPRESS WARRANTY SET
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B&B ELECTRONIC WHICH ARE INCONSISTENT WITH THE WARRANTY, SET FORTH ABOVE.
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About the IE-iMcV-MediaLinX TX/SFP
Table of Contents
FCC Radio Frequency Interference Statement .................................................... ii
Limited Lifetime Warranty .................................................................................. ii
About the IE-iMcV-MediaLinX TX/SFP ................................................................1 Configuration Instructions ..................................................................................1 Managed Modules .............................................................................................2 Configuration Control ........................................................................................2 FX LinkLoss, TX LinkLoss, Link Fault Pass-Through, FiberAlert and Far End Fault .4 Link Fault Pass-Through (LFPT) ...........................................................................5 Auto Negotiation on IE-iMcV-MediaLinX TX/SFP ................................................7 Additional IE-iMcV-MediaLinX TX/SFP Features ..................................................8 LED Operation ...................................................................................................9 Installation Troubleshooting..............................................................................10 Specifications ...................................................................................................10 B&B Electronics Technical Support ...................................................................11 Fiber Optic Cleaning Guidelines.......................................................................12 Electrostatic Discharge Precautions ...................................................................12 Certifications ....................................................................................................13 NOTE
Unless noted otherwise, all references to the IE-iMcV-MediaLinX TX/SFP in this manual are
also applicable to the iMcV-MediaLinX TX/FX. Configuration Control models are identified by
a Config Control label and a unique part number.
The SNMP manageable IE-iMcV-MediaLinX TX/SFP module provides a single
conversion between 10/100 Base-T twisted pair and 100 Base-SX/FX fiber. Each IEiMcV-MediaLinX TX/SFP includes one RJ-45 connector and one pair of ST or SC fiber
optic connectors, and/or an SFP port, which can support any fiber type at 155Mbps;
dual strand available in LC connectors, and Single Strand Fiber SFPs available in SC
connectors. IE-iMcV-MediaLinX TX/SFP modules install into any modular, SNMP
manageable iMediaChassis, as well as the MediaChassis series, which is unmanaged.
The IE-iMcV-MediaLinX TX/SFP offers an extended temperature range of -40C to
+85C; when installed in an IE-MediaChassis/1 or 2. Available in AC and DC, the
module can be installed in challenging heat or cold-related environments.
Installing an iMcV-Module
iMcV-Modules install in B&B Electronics’ SNMP manageable iMediaChassis series or
in any MediaChassis/IE-MediaChassis series.
To install an iMcV-Module:
1.
Remove the blank bracket covering the slot where the module is to be installed
by removing the screws on the outside edges of the bracket.
2.
Slide the iMcV-Module into the chassis, via the cardguides, until the module is
seated securely in the connector.
3.
Secure the module to the chassis by tightening the captive screw.
4.
Save any “blanks” removed during installation for future use if the configuration
requirements change.
NOTE
All modules are hot-swappable
Configuration Instructions
IE-iMcV-MediaLinX TX/SFP modules have user-configurable features. Refer to the
matrix for configuring both managed (via an SNMP compatible management
application such as iView²) or the DIP Switch configuration table for unmanaged IEiMcV-MediaLinX TX/SFP modules.
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Managed Modules
To manage one or more IE-iMcV-MediaLinX TX/SFP Modules, an SNMP agent must
be present in the chassis: The iMediaChassis series requires an SNMP Management
Module. To configure Managed Modules, install the module first, and then configure
using the management software. Module Details will provide information such as
serial number, date code and part number as well as product-specific features.
Configuration Control
Some iMcV-Modules offer Configuration Control; labels on the front faceplate are
identified as such. Configuration Control has been implemented to assist the end user
by retaining the latest configuration regardless of how that configuration was
implemented (via DIP Switch settings or SNMP).
Historically, SNMP would override DIP Switch settings. If changes are made via DIP
Switch settings, then hardware settings determine the configuration of the board. If
changes are made to the module via iView2, the SNMP settings determine the
configuration of the board.
Utilizing Configuration Control, the end user has three conditions under which the
configuration of the iMcV-Module may be impacted:
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Installing an IE-iMcV-MediaLinX TX/SFP into a chassis already loaded with iMcVModules or replacing an IE-iMcV-MediaLinX TX/SFP
- The iMcV-Module will transfer its saved configurations. The IE-iMcVMediaLinX TX/SFP will not override the module’s configuration.
Replacing the same type of iMcV-Module
- If the DIP Switch settings are the same as the settings on the removed iMcVModule, the IE-iMcV-MediaLinX TX/SFP determines the configuration
settings.
- If the DIP Switch settings are different, then the configuration of the module
is determined by the DIP Switch settings. (The settings are forwarded to the
IE-iMcV-MediaLinX TX/SFP and the value is saved.)
Installing a new model of iMcV-Module
- If another type of module is installed into the same slot in a chassis, the IEiMcV-MediaLinX TX/SFP clears the memory of the previous configuration for
that slot; the settings of a new module are adopted and stored in the IEiMcV-MediaLinX TX/SFP.
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The SNMP Write Lock switch does not impact any iMcV-Module or IE-iMcV-Module
with Configuration Control. Removing and installing a new SNMP Management
Module will no longer impact these modules either. However, if there is a mixture of
iMcV-Modules with and without Configuration Control, the Write Lock Switch and a
new SNMP Management Module must be taken into consideration.
If the command cleandb is applied to an SNMP Management Module, all the settings
for the modules will be removed, but the Configuration Control modules will still be
based on the last change made, while those without Configuration Control will be set
to their default settings.
NOTE
If the end user has a mixture of standard iMcV-Modules as well as Configuration Control
iMcV-Modules, it is important to understand how SNMP and DIP Switches will impact the
cards depending on their capability. Standard iMcV-Modules cannot be upgraded to
Configuration Control capability, so it is strongly recommended to set the DIP Switches on
the modules and then configure them via software to match the same settings.
Unmanaged Modules
Before installing, configure IE-iMcV-MediaLinX TX/SFP Modules for desired features
listed in the table below. After configuring the DIP Switches for the desired settings,
install the module and connect the appropriate cables.
DIP Switch on
S1
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
Feature
Auto Negotiation
TX FDX
TX 100Mbps
TX 10Mbps
TX LinkLoss
FX LinkLoss
Factory Set
FiberAlert
Selective
Advertising
Far End Fault
Flow Control
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DIP Switch Options
Default Setting
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
OFF
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
FX LinkLoss (FXLL)
FX LinkLoss is a troubleshooting feature. When a fault occurs on the fiber segment of
a conversation, FX LinkLoss detects the fault and passes this information to the twisted
pair segment. If a media converter is not receiving a fiber link, FX LinkLoss disables
the transmitter on the media converter’s twisted pair port. This results in a loss of link
on the device connected to the twisted pair port, and the FXLL LED will blink.
TX LinkLoss (TXLL)
TX LinkLoss is a troubleshooting feature. When a fault occurs on the twisted pair
segment of a conversion, TX LinkLoss detects the fault and passes this information to
the fiber segment. If a media converter is not receiving a twisted pair link, TX
LinkLoss disables the transmitter on the media converter's fiber port. This results in a
loss of link on the device connected to the fiber port, and the TXLL LED will blink.
Link Fault Pass-Through (LFPT)
Link Fault Pass-Through (LFPT) is a troubleshooting feature that combines TX and FX
LinkLoss from both the local and remote IE-iMcV-MediaLinX TX/SFP modules. LFPT
is enabled by turning on both FX and TX LinkLoss on both modules. This feature
allows either end of the conversion to detect a link fault occurring at the other end of
the media conversion chain.
FX LinkLoss, TX LinkLoss, Link Fault Pass-Through, FiberAlert and Far
End Fault
IE-iMcV-MediaLinX TX/SFP modules include the troubleshooting features such as
TXLL, FXLL, LFPT, FA and FEF that help locate silent failures on a network. Before
attempting to install the module(s), understand how these features work and react to
a specific network configuration.
Link Integrity
During normal operation, link integrity pulses are transmitted by all point-to-point
Ethernet devices. When an B&B Electronics media converter receives valid link
pulses, it knows that the device to which it is connected is up and sending pulses, and
that the copper or fiber cable coming from that device is intact. The appropriate
“LNK” (link) LED is lit to indicate this.
The B&B Electronics media converter also sends out link pulses from its copper and
fiber transmitters, but normally has no way of knowing whether the cable to the other
device is intact and the link pulses are reaching the other end. The combination of
FiberAlert and LinkLoss allows this information to be obtained, even when physical
access to a remote device (and its link integrity LED) is not available.
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Regardless if there is a break in segment 1, 2 or 3, the link will drop on the switches
at both ends. The link fault is passed through the media conversion and is observed at
each end. It acts just like it would if the devices were directly connected.
FiberAlert (FA)
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By default FA is turned off. When enabled, if a fault occurs on the fiber line, affecting
data in one direction, FA stops sending a signal in the opposite direction. FXLL will act
on this lack of signal propagating the loss of like to the copper port when FXLL is
enabled.
FiberAlert minimizes the
problems associated with the
loss of one strand of fiber. If a
strand is unavailable, the B&B
Electronics device at the
receiver end notes the loss of
link. The device will then
stop transmitting data and the link signal until a signal or link pulse is received. The
result is that the link LED on BOTH sides of the fiber connection will go out indicating
a fault somewhere in the fiber loop. Using FiberAlert, a local site administrator is
notified of a fault and can quickly determine where a cable fault is located.
WARNING
Enable FiberAlert on one side of a media conversion only. Enabling it on both sides
would keep both transmitters off indefinitely.
Far End Fault
By default, FEF is disabled. When enabled, and a fault occurs on the fiber line,
affecting data in one direction, an FEF signal will be sent in the opposite direction,
indicating the fault. FXLL will act on this signal propagating the loss of link to the
copper port when FXLL is enabled.
FA is used when connecting to a device that does not support FEF. If an FEF signal is
sent to a device that does not support FEF, the device acts as if there is still a good
connection. The FEF signal is mistaken for data. FA works similar to FEF, in that
when there is a fault in one direction of the fiber, it acts on the fiber in the opposite
direction. But unlike FEF, FA sends no signal. Because of this, FA can not be
enabled on both ends. If it is enabled at both ends and a fault occurs, FA will turn
signal off in the opposite direction; the device on the other side of the fiber will see
the loss of signal and engage FA, turning off signal. The net result will be the signal
turned off in both directions, even after the fault has been repaired.
It is highly recommended that only one is chosen, either FEF or FA. If both are
selected FA will take precedence over FEF.
Auto Negotiation on IE-iMcV-MediaLinX TX/SFP
IE-iMcV-MediaLinX TX/SFP modules include the feature Auto Negotiation. When
Auto Negotiation is enabled, the module negotiates as a 10/100 Mbps full-duplex
device. If the connected device can operate at 100 Mbps full-duplex, a link is
established. Auto Negotiation (DIP Switch #1) is enabled by default.
If the twisted pair port on the other device does not have the ability to Auto
Negotiate or a half-duplex connection is desired, then Auto Negotiation must be
disabled. The IE-iMcV-MediaLinX TX/SFP is capable of 10 Mbps (half and full duplex)
as well as 100 Mbps (half and full duplex).
The following diagram shows a typical application with three possible configurations.
FEF versus FA
FEF is preferred when the devices at both ends of the fiber can interpret the FEF
signal. This allows FEF to be turned on at both ends, which will engage the FEF
regardless of which direction the fault occurs. (Please refer to diagram on previous
page) For example if a fault should occur on segment 2 in the direction of segment 1
to 3, FEF would be engaged on the IE-iMcV-MediaLinX TX/SFP between segment 2
and 3. This would then send a signal back to the IE-iMcV-MediaLinX TX/SFP
between segment 1 and 2. If the IE-iMcV-MediaLinX TX/SFP between segment 1 and
2 is in a managed chassis, the chassis would send a trap that the port is down.
Alternatively, if the IE-iMcV-MediaLinX TX/SFP is not in a managed chassis, FXLL
could be engaged to propagate the fault onto the copper port; this would cause
segment 1 to show no link on both ends.
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Configure Auto Negotiation on an IE-iMcV-MediaLinX TX/SFP by adjusting the DIP
Switch setting (for unmanaged modules) or via the management software. Refer to
the DIP Switch table for switch location and settings.
If unsure of how to implement these features in a specific configuration, contact B&B
Electronics Technical Support at (800) 346-3119 (in the U.S. and Canada), +353 91
792444 (Europe) or via e-mail at: [email protected]
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Additional IE-iMcV-MediaLinX TX/SFP Features
Selective Advertising
Selective Advertising, when used in combination with Auto Negotiation,
advertises only the configured speed and duplex mode for the twisted pair
port. If a specific speed and/or duplex mode are desired, B&B Electronics
recommends using Selective Advertising, rather than Force Mode, when
connecting to devices that only use Auto Negotiation.
Switch Settings for Selective Advertising Configuration
Function
Auto Negotiation
Selective Adv
Speed
100 Mbps FDX
ON
ON
100
100 Mbps HDX
ON
ON
100
10 Mbps FDX
ON
ON
10
10 Mbps HDX
ON
ON
10
100 FDX/10 HDX
ON
OFF
100/10
Duplex
FDX
HDX
FDX
HDX
FDX/HDX
Flow Control
Whether the copper port is configured for 10Mbps or 100Mbps, the only need for
flow control is to pass congestion at the customer’s location back up to the fiber port.
If the copper port is supporting PAUSE due to the outcome of the Auto Negotiation
process, then congestion on the copper port will cause PAUSE frames to be sent out
the fiber port. In a like fashion, if congestion occurs on the fiber port, then the
copper port will send PAUSE if flow control is enabled on the copper port through
the outcome of Auto Negotiation. In half duplex mode, the unit will provide physical
“Back Pressure” for flow control instead of PAUSE.
Flow control can be disabled via a DIP Switch or through SNMP management. If
disabled, the copper port will not advertise a flow control capability. Flow control
should be enabled if the end device, such as a switch, also has flow control capability,
and it is enabled.
TX Duplex Mode
The Duplex Mode settings of the IE-iMcV-MediaLinX TX/SFP converter are offered on
DIP Switch #2: FDX:OFF, HDX:ON The default duplex mode for IE-iMcVMediaLinX TX/SFP is Full-Duplex. This mode is recommended if the End device does
not offer Auto Negotiation, or is not desired.
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AutoCross Feature for Twisted Pair Connection
All twisted pair ports on the IE-iMcV-MediaLinX TX/SFP include AutoCross, a feature
that automatically selects between a crossover workstation and a straight-through
connection depending on the connected device.
LED Operation
Each IE-iMcV-MediaLinX TX/SFP Module features diagnostic LEDs that provide
information on features and ports.
Twisted Pair LEDs
TXLL
Glows when TX LinkLoss is enabled.
Blinks when a fault occurs on the
copper port and actively disables the
fiber port.
100
Glows yellow when 100 Mbps is
selected on port.
LNK/ACT Glows green when a link is established
on port. Blinks green when data
activity occur.
FDX/COL Glows yellow when port is in FullDuplex Mode. Blinks yellow when
modules are being operated in HalfDuplex Mode and collisions occur.
Fiber Optic LEDs
FXLL
Glows green when FX LinkLoss is
enabled.
Blinks when a fault occurs on the fiber
port and actively disables the copper
port.
LNK/ACT Glows green when a link is established
on port. Blinks green when data
activity occurs.
FDX/COL Glows yellow when port is in FullDuplex Mode. Blinks yellow when
modules are being operated in HalfDuplex Mode and collisions occur.
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Installation Troubleshooting
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During installation, first test the fiber and twisted pair connections with all
troubleshooting features disabled, then enable these features, if desired, just
before final installation. This will reduce the features’ interference with testing.
When connecting to an end device, such as another switch, be sure to use the
same configuration on its port as well as the IE-iMcV-MediaLinX TX/SFP. For
example, if the end device is set to a FORCE mode, then set the copper port of
the IE-iMcV-MediaLinX TX/SFP to a FORCE mode as well.
If using a high powered device (which is designed for long distance installations) for a
short distance installation, the fiber transmitters may overdrive the receivers and
cause data loss. If this is the case, an optical attenuator may need to be added to the
connection.
For fiber specifications, visit the B&B Electronics Web site at: www.bb-elec.com or
contact B&B Electronics for more information.
B&B Electronics Technical Support
Tel: (800) 346-3119 (in the U.S. and Canada)
Monday-Friday, 7:00am-7”00pm CST
+353 91 792444 (Europe)
Monday through Friday 8:00am - 5:00pm GMT
Fax: (815) 433-5109 U.S. and Canada
+353 91-79244S5 Europe
E-Mail: [email protected] U.S. and Canada
[email protected] Europe
Web: www.bb-elec.com
Specifications
Environmental
Operating Temperature
IE: -40°F to +185°F (-40°C to +85°C)
Non-IE: +32°F to +122°F (0°C to +50°C)
Storage Temperature
-13°F to +158°F (-25°C to +70°C)
Humidity:
5 - 95% (non-condensing)
Power Consumption (Typical)
300mA
Fiber Optic Specifications
For fiber optic specifications, please visit:
http://www.bb-elec.com
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Fiber Optic Cleaning Guidelines
Certifications
Fiber Optic transmitters and receivers are extremely susceptible to contamination by
particles of dirt or dust, which can obstruct the optic path and cause performance
degradation. Good system performance requires clean optics and connector ferrules.
1.
Use fiber patch cords (or connectors, if you terminate your own fiber) only from
a reputable supplier; low-quality components can cause many hard-to-diagnose
problems in an installation.
2.
Dust caps are installed at B&B Electronics to ensure factory-clean optical devices.
These protective caps should not be removed until the moment of connecting
the fiber cable to the device. Should it be necessary to disconnect the fiber
device, reinstall the protective dust caps.
3.
Store spare caps in a dust-free environment such as a sealed plastic bag or box so
that when reinstalled they do not introduce any contamination to the optics.
4.
If you suspect that the optics have been contaminated, alternate between
blasting with clean, dry, compressed air and flushing with methanol to remove
particles of dirt.
Electrostatic Discharge Precautions
Electrostatic discharge (ESD) can cause damage to any product, add-in modules or
stand alone units, containing electronic components. Always observe the following
precautions when installing or handling these kinds of products
1.
Do not remove unit from its protective packaging until ready to install.
2.
Wear an ESD wrist grounding strap before handling any module or component.
If the wrist strap is not available, maintain grounded contact with the system unit
throughout any procedure requiring ESD protection.
3.
Hold the units by the edges; do not touch the electronic components or gold
connectors.
4.
After removal, always place the boards on a grounded, static-free surface, ESD
pad or in a proper ESD bag. Do not slide the modules or stand alone units over
any surface.
CE: The products described herein comply with the Council Directive on
Electromagnetic Compatibility (2004/108/EC). For further details,
contact B&B Electronics.
Class 1 Laser product, Luokan 1 Laserlaite,
Laser Klasse 1, Appareil A’Laser de Classe 1
European Directive 2002/96/EC (WEEE) requires that any equipment that bears this
symbol on product or packaging must not be disposed of with unsorted municipal
waste. This symbol indicates that the equipment should be disposed of separately
from regular household waste. It is the consumer’s responsibility to dispose of this
and all equipment so marked through designated collection facilities appointed by
government or local authorities. Following these steps through proper disposal and
recycling will help prevent potential negative consequences to the environment and
human health. For more detailed information about proper disposal, please contact
local authorities, waste disposal services, or the point of purchase for this equipment.
WARNING! Integrated circuits and fiber optic components are
extremely susceptible to electrostatic discharge damage. Do not
handle these components directly unless you are a qualified service
technician and use tools and techniques that conform to accepted
industry practices.
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International Headquarters
B&B Electronics
707 Dayton Road
Ottawa, IL 61350 USA
Phone (815) 433-5100 — General Fax (815) 433-5105
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.bb-elec.com
European Headquarters
B&B Electronics
Westlink Commercial Park
Oranmore, Co. Galway, Ireland
Phone +353 91-792444 — Fax +353 91-79244S5
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.bb-elec.com
© 2013 B&B Electronics. All rights reserved.
The information in this document is subject to change without notice. B&B Electronics assumes no responsibility for any
errors that may appear in this document IE-iMcV-MediaLinX TX/SFP is a trademark of B&B Electronics. Other brands or
product names may be trademarks and are the property of their respective companies.
Document Number 56-80912-00 B1
September 2013
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