AT71LKLB2K0K-BAA - Atmel Corporation

AT71LKLB2K0K-BAA - Atmel Corporation
MAIN FEATURES
•
High sensitivity and high SNR performance linear CCD
•
1024, 2048 or 4096 resolution with 10µm square pixels
•
512, 1024 or 2048 resolution with 14µm square pixels
•
100 % aperture, Built-in anti blooming, No lag
•
Camera Link™ data format (base configuration)
•
High data rate up to 60 Mpixels/s
•
•
Flexible and easy to operate via RS232 control
− gain : 0dB to 40dB by step of 0.05dB
− dynamic range : 8, 10 or 12bits data
− offset (for contrast expansion)
− trigger mode : free run or external trigger modes
− data output mode (dual, single)
Multi camera synchronization
•
Single power supply : DC 12 V to 24 V
•
Very Compact design : 56 x 60 x 38.6 mm (w,h,l)
•
High reliability - CE & FCC compliant
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C, F (Nikon) or K (Pentax) mount adapter (lens not supplied)
AVIIVA
TM
CameraLink
linescan
camera
TM
PRODUCT DESCRIPTION
This camera is designed with three concepts in mind : Compactness, accuracy and
versatility.
• A very compact mechanical design incorporates a 0.5K to 4K sensors
•
ATMEL manages the whole chain, from the sensor to the camera. The result is a
camera able to work in 12 bits, with a dedicated electronics offering an excellent
signal to noise ratio.
•
The programmable settings let you work at different integration time, gain and offset.
External clock and trigger allow to synchronise several cameras.
APPLICATIONS
Performance and reliability of this camera make it well suited for the most demanding
industrial applications, from web inspection to document scanning, from surface
inspection to metrology.
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1. TYPICAL PERFORMANCES
Sensor characteristics at maximum pixel rate
Resolution
Pixel size (square)
pixels
µm
µm
kHz
Max Line rate
Anti blooming
512
14
109
1024
14
10
57
2048
14
10
29
4096
10
15
x 150
Radiometric performances at maximum pixel rate
Dynamic range
bits
Spectral range
nm
Linearity
%
Gain range (step of 0.047dB)
dB
Gmin
0
12 (also configurable in 8 or 10)
250 - 1100
<< 1%
Gnom
18
Gmax
30
Peak response
(typical)
14µm pitch LSB/nJ/cm²
10µm pitch LSB/nJ/cm²
130
50
1040
400
4180
1600
Output RMS noise
SNR
Effective bits
(typical)
dB
bits
67.4
11.2
49
8.2
37
6.2
Input RMS Noise
14µm pitch
10µm pitch
(typical)
pJ/cm²
pJ/cm²
14
37
Mechanical & electrical interface
Size (w x h x l)
mm
56 x 60 x 38.6
Lens mount
C, F, K
Sensor alignment
(refer to §8.4)
∆x,y=± 50 µm
∆θx,y=± 0.2 °
µm
∆z= 0-30 µm
∆tiltz= 0-35 µm
Power supply
V
DC, single 12 to 24 V
Power dissipation
W
<8
Operating temperature
°C
0 to 55 (non condensing)
Storage temperature
°C
0 to 75 (non condensing)
Spectral response
relative response (%)
pixel 10x10 µm
100%
80%
60%
40%
20%
0%
200
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pixel 14x14 µm
400
600
800
wave length (nm)
1000
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2. CAMERA DESCRIPTION
Power supplies
DC power
TM
CameraLink
transceiver
Even pixels analog chain
PGA, CDS, ADC
12 bits @ 30Mpixels/s
Data
Stobe, LVAL
Sequencer
Controller
TX
CameraLink
I/F
Trigger
TM
RX
Linear CCD
2 taps
Odd pixels analog chain
PGA, CDS, ADC
12 bits @ 30Mpixels/s
Ext CLK
CCD Drivers
Serial line
Microcontroller
Figure 2 – Camera synoptic
The camera is based on a two taps linear CCD. Therefore, two analog chains process odd and even pixels of the linear
sensor. The analog chains performed the CCD output processing. It encompasses the correlated double sampling
(CDS), the dark level correction (dark pixel clamping), the gain (PGA) and offset correction and finally the analog to
digital conversion on 12 bits.
Note : PGA stands for programmable gain array
The camera is supplied by a single DC power voltage from 12 to 24 V.
TM
The functional interface (data and control) is provided by the CameraLink
TM
The camera uses the base configuration of Cameralink standard.
Note : DVAL=1 and FVAL=0
interface.
The data can be provided on two channels or in a single multiplexed channel. The data format can be configured in 8, 10
or 12 bits.
The camera can be used with external triggers (TRIG1 and TRIG2 signals) in different trigger modes (refer to §5.1). The
camera can be also clocked externally, allowing system synchronisation and/or multi-camera synchronisation.
The camera configuration and settings is performed via a serial line. This interface is used for :
•
Gain, offset setting
•
Dynamic range, data rate setting
•
Trigger mode setting : free run or external trigger modes
•
Integration time setting : in free running & external trigger mode
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3. STANDARD CONFORMITY
The cameras have been tested in the following conditions :
•
Shielded power supply cable
•
CameraLink data transfer cable ref. 14B26-SZLB-500-OLC (3M)
•
Linear AC-DC power supply
We recommend to use the same configuration to ensure the compliance with the following standards.
3.1 CE CONFORMITY
AVIIVA Cameras complies with the European directive 89/336/CEE (EN 50081-2, EN 61000-6-2)
3.2 FCC CONFORMITY
AVIIVA Cameras complies with Part 15 of FCC rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions :
•
This device may not cause harmful interference, and
•
This device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation.
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class A digital 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 case
the user will be required to correct the interference at his own expense.
Warning : Changes or modifications to this unit not expressly approved by the party responsible for compliance could
void the user's authority to operate this equipment.
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4. CAMERA COMMAND AND CONTROL
Camera configuration is set by the serial interface. Please refer to §6.4 for the detailed protocol of the serial line.
Setting
Command
Parameter
Configuration record
E=
Gain (1)
Data transfer (2)
G=
H=
Output format (3)
S=
Pattern (4)
T=
Integration Time
Trigger mode
I=
M=
Even data Offset (5)
Odd data Offset (5)
Special commands
O=
P=
!=
User camera ID
$=
0
1
0 to 851
0
1
3
5
6
7
8
9
0
1
2
0
1
5 to 13000
1
2
3
4
0 to 15
0 to 15
0
1
2
3
4
5
String of
Char.
Description
The camera configuration is recorded on each change
The camera configuration is recorded only on request
Gain setting from 0 to 40 dB (~0.047dB steps)
Two outputs on external clock
One output (multiplexed) on external clock
One output (multiplexed) at 20MHz data rate
One output (multiplexed) at 30MHz data rate
Two outputs at 20MHz data rate
One output (multiplexed) at 40MHz data rate
Two outputs at 30MHz data rate
One output (multiplexed) at 60MHz data rate
12 bits Output data
10 bits Output data
8 bits Output data
Standard
Pattern
Integration time (µs) in free run or external triggered mode
Free run with integration time setting (see timing diagram)
External trigger with integration time setting (see timing diagram)
Trigger and Integration time controlled
Trigger and integration time controlled by two inputs
Even Offset setting from 0 to approx. 200 LSB
Odd Offset setting from 0 to approx. 200 LSB
Camera identification readout
User camera identification readout
Software version readout
Camera configuration readout
Current camera configuration record
Default camera configuration restoration
Writing and record of the user camera identification
(1) Camera gain (dB) = G x 0.047
(2) Commands “H=2” and “H=4” will give 10 and 15MHz data rate which are not compatible with Camera Link standard.
Please don’t use it.
(3) The pinout corresponding to this options is fully compatible with the Camera Link standard (see par. 7)
(4) The pattern is useful to check if the interfacing is well done. You should see a jagged image of 255 pixels steps.
(5) The offset is set in manufacturing to balance both the channels. The initial setting is about 8 (~ 130 LSB). In some
cases, you may have to change it (for example if the ambient temperature is very high).
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5. TIMING
5.1
SYNCHRONISATION MODE
Four different modes may be used under user control.
The TRIG1 and TRIG2 signals may be used to trigger an external event and to control the integration time.
The Master clock is either external or internal clock.
5.1.1 FREE RUN MODE WITH INTEGRATION TIME SETTING
The integration and readout periods start automatically and immediately after the previous period.
*The Integration time is set by the serial line and should be higher than the read-out time (otherwise it is adjusted to the
readout time).
The read-out time depends on pixel number and pixel rate.
Label
Description
ti
Integration time duration
tg Consecutive integration period gap (at maximum frequency)
tt
Integration period to read-out delay
Min
*
Typ
Max
13 ms
6 µs
1 µs
tt
READOUT N
READOUT N-1
INTEGRATION N+1
INTEGRATION N
tg
ti
5.1.2 TRIGGERED MODE WITH INTEGRATION TIME SETTING
The integration period starts immediately after the rising edge of TRIG1 input signal. The Integration time is set by the
serial line.
This integration period is immediately followed by a readout period. The read-out time depends on pixel number and the
pixel rate.
Label
ti
td
tt
ts
th
Description
Integration time duration
TRIG1 rising to integration period delay
Integration period to read-out delay
Integration period to TRIG1 rising set-up time
TRIG1 hold time (pulse high duration)
Min
5 µs
Typ
Max
13 ms
5.5 µs
1 µs
4 µs
1 µs
ti
ts
td
th
tt
TRIG1
INTEGRATION N
INTEGRATION N+1
READOUT N
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5.1.3 TRIGGED AND INTEGRATION TIME CONTROLLED
The integration period starts immediately after the falling edge of TRIG1 input signal.
The integration period stops immediately after the rising edge of TRIG1 input signal.
This integration period is immediately followed by a readout period.
The read-out time depends on pixel number and pixel rate.
Label
ti
td1
td2
tt
th
Description
Integration time duration
TRIG1 rising to integration period delay
TRIG2 rising to integration period delay
Integration period to read-out delay
TRIG1 hold time (pulse high duration)
th
Min
5 µs
Typ
Max
100 ns
1.3 µs
1 µs
1 µs
ti
TRIG1
td1
td2
READOUT N-1
READOUT N
INTEGRATION N
INTEGRATION N+1
tt
5.1.4 TRIGGER AND INTEGRATION TIME CONTROLLED BY TWO INPUTS
TRIG2 rising edge start the integration period.
TRIG1 rising edge stop the integration period.
This period is immediately followed by a readout period.
Label
ti
td1
td2
tt
th
Description
Integration time duration
TRIG2 rising to integration period delay
TRIG1 rising to integration period delay
Integration period to read-out delay
TRIG1 & TRIG2 hold time (pulse high duration)
Min
5 µs
Typ
Max
100 ns
1.3 µs
1 µs
1 µs
ti
TRIG2
td1
td2
TRIG1
INTEGRATION N
INTEGRATION N+1
READOUT N-1
READOUT N
tt
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5.2 OUTPUT DATA TIMING
This timing correspond to the input data of the “Chanel Link” interface. The camera output data are not detailed here
because fully compliant with the Camera Link standard (serial high speed interface)
Label
Description
Min
tp
Input falling edge to output clock propagation delay
td
STROBE to synchronised signals delay
Internal Clock
or
CLOCK_IN
Typ
Max
7 ns
-5 ns
+5 ns
tp
LVAL
td
STROBE
DATA
Fist valid pixel
Last valid pixel
Note : CLOCK_IN Input must stay between 5 to 60MHz. Out of this range, the performances may be decreased.
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6. ELECTRICAL INTERFACE
6.1 POWER SUPPLY
It is recommended to insert a 1A fuse between the power supply and the camera.
Signal name
PWR
GND
I/O
Type
P
-
DC power input : +12V to +24V (+-0.5V)
Description
P
-
Electrical and Mechanical ground
I = input, O = output, IO = bi-directional signal, P = power/ground, NC = not connected
6.2 CAMERA CONTROL
TM
The CameraLink interface provides four LVDS signals dedicated to camera control (CC1 to CC4).
On the AVIIVA, three of them are used to synchronise the camera on external events.
Signal name
I/O
Type
TRIG1
I
RS644
CC1 - Synchronisation input (refer to §5.1)
TRIG2
I
RS644
CC2 - Start Integration period in dual synchro mode (refer to §5.1)
I
RS644
CC4 - External clock for (multi-)camera synchronisation (refer to §5.1)
CLOCK_IN
Description
I = input, O = output, IO = bi-directional signal, P = power/ground, NC = not connected
Note :
CC3 is not used.
6.3 VIDEO DATA
Data and enable signals are provided on the CameraLinkTM interface
I/O
Type
ODD[11-0]
Signal name
O
RS644
Odd pixel data (refer to §5.2), ODD-00 = LSB, ODD-11 = MSB
EVEN[11-0]
O
RS644
Even pixel data (refer to §5.2), EVEN-00 = LSB, EVEN-11 = MSB
STROBE
O
RS644
Output data clock. (refer to §5.2), data valid on the rising edge
O
RS644
Line valid (refer to §5.2), active high signal
LVAL
Description
I = input, O = output, IO = bi-directional signal, P = power/ground, NC = not connected
TM
Notes : FVAL, as defined in the CameraLink standard, is not used. FVAL is permanently tied to 0 (low) level.
DVAL is not used. DVAL is permanently tied to 1 (high) level.
In case of Single output, the data (multiplexed) are output in place of Odd data.
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6.4 SERIAL COMMUNICATION
The CameraLinkTM interface provides two LVDS signal pairs for the communication between the camera and the frame
grabber. This is an asynchronous serial communication based on RS-232 protocol.
The configuration of the serial line is :
•
Full duplex / without handshaking
•
9600 bauds, 8 bits data, no parity bit, 1 stop bit.
Signal name
I/O
Type
Description
SerTFG
O
RS644
Differential pair for serial communication to the frame grabber
SerTC
I
RS644
Differential pair for serial communication from the frame grabber
Command syntax
The valid syntax is : "S=n(CR)" with :
S
: command identification as per §4. S is a single character in upper case.
n
: setting value.
(CR)
: means "carriage return".
no spaces, nor tabs may be inserted between S, =, n and (CR).
example of a valid command :
G=3(CR) : sets the camera to gain 3 (refer to §4 for exact value calculation)
example of non valid commands :
G = 3(CR) :
spaces
g=3(CR) :
g instead of G
G=1040(CR) :
1040 is outside of range.
Command processing
Each command received by the camera is processed :
if the command is valid :
•
the setting is done in case of a write command
•
the camera returns the data separated by (CR) in case of the read command
•
the camera returns :
>OK(CR)
if the command is not valid :
•
nothing is done.
•
the camera returns :
>1 = out of range ; >2 = syntax error ; >3 = command too long ; >4,>6,>7 = internal error ;
>5 undefined function
example : when receiving "!=3(CR)’’ the camera returns its current settings :
A=0(CR)
B=0(CR)
....
E=0(CR)
>OK(CR)
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7. CONNECTOR DESCRIPTION
All connectors are on the rear panel.
Note : cables for digital signals shall be shielded twisted pairs.
7.1 POWER SUPPLY
Camera connector type : Hirose HR10A-7R-6PB (male)
Cable connector type :
Hirose HR10A-7P-6S (female)
Signal
Pin
Signal
Pin
PWR
1
GND
4
PWR
2
GND
5
PWR
3
GND
6
1
6
5
2
3
4
Receptacle viewed from camera back
7.2 CAMERALINKTM CONNECTOR
Standard Cameralink
TM
cable shall be used to ensure the full electrical compatibility.
Camera connector type : MDR-26 (female) ref. 10226-2210VE
TM
Cable connector type :
Standard CameraLink cable shall be used (ex. 3M - 14B26-SZLB-x00-OLC)
Signal
Pin
Signal
Pin
GND
1
GND
14
X0-
2
X0+
15
X1-
3
X1+
16
X2-
4
X2+
17
Xclk-
5
Xclk+
18
X3-
6
X3+
19
SerTC+
7
SerTC-
20
SerTFG-
8
SerTFG+
21
CC1-
9
CC1+
22
CC2+
10
CC2-
23
CC3-
11
CC3+
24
CC4+
12
CC4-
25
GND
13
GND
26
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Bit Assignments
This bit assignment is compliant with the CameraLinkTM Specification in the Base Configuration.
In "single output" mode (multiplexed), the data are output on ODD-xx bits.
When used in 12 bits data (S=0)
Bit
DS90CR285
pin name
Bit
DS90CR285
pin name
Bit
DS90CR285
pin name
Bit
DS90CR285
pin name
ODD-00
Tx0
ODD-07
Tx5
EVEN-02
Tx19
EVEN-09
Tx14
ODD-01
Tx1
ODD-08
Tx7
EVEN-03
Tx20
EVEN-10
Tx10
ODD-02
Tx2
ODD-09
Tx8
EVEN-04
Tx21
EVEN-11
Tx11
ODD-03
Tx3
ODD-10
Tx9
EVEN-05
Tx22
STROBE
TxCLK
ODD-04
Tx4
ODD-11
Tx12
EVEN-06
Tx16
LVAL
Tx24
ODD-05
Tx6
EVEN-00
Tx15
EVEN-07
Tx17
ODD-06
Tx27
EVEN-01
Tx18
EVEN-08
Tx13
DS90CR285
pin name
Bit
DS90CR285
pin name
Bit
DS90CR285
pin name
When used in 10 bits data (S=1)
Bit
DS90CR285
pin name
Bit
ODD-00
Tx0
ODD-07
Tx5
EVEN-02
Tx19
EVEN-09
Tx14
ODD-01
Tx1
ODD-08
Tx7
EVEN-03
Tx20
NC
Tx10
ODD-02
Tx2
ODD-09
Tx8
EVEN-04
Tx21
NC
Tx11
ODD-03
Tx3
NC
Tx9
EVEN-05
Tx22
STROBE
TxCLK
ODD-04
Tx4
NC
Tx12
EVEN-06
Tx16
LVAL
Tx24
ODD-05
Tx6
EVEN-00
Tx15
EVEN-07
Tx17
ODD-06
Tx27
EVEN-01
Tx18
EVEN-08
Tx13
When used in 8 bits data (S=2)
Bit
DS90CR285
pin name
Bit
DS90CR285
pin name
Bit
DS90CR285
pin name
Bit
DS90CR285
pin name
ODD-00
Tx0
ODD-07
Tx5
NC
Tx19
EVEN-05
Tx14
ODD-01
Tx1
EVEN-00
Tx7
NC
Tx20
EVEN-06
Tx10
ODD-02
Tx2
EVEN-01
Tx8
NC
Tx21
EVEN-07
Tx11
ODD-03
Tx3
EVEN-02
Tx9
NC
Tx22
STROBE
TxCLK
ODD-04
Tx4
EVEN-03
Tx12
NC
Tx16
LVAL
Tx24
ODD-05
Tx6
NC
Tx15
NC
Tx17
ODD-06
Tx27
NC
Tx18
EVEN-04
Tx13
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8. MECHANICAL CHARACTERISTICS
8.1 WEIGHT
The camera typical weight (without lens nor lens adapter) is 220 g (typical)
8.2 DIMENSIONS
The camera dimension (without lens) are W = 56 mm, H = 60 mm, L = 38.6 mm
Reference mounting
surface
38.6
Mechanical
reference point
56
12
1
y=
30±0.05
15
Sensor
60
st
1 pixel
15
Reference mounting
surface
Reference mounting
surface
x= refer to the table in §8.3
∅ 46
4 x M3
6
∅ 42 H7
4 x 2 holes M4
(on the 4 sides)
3 x M2.5 at 120°
Y axis
X,Y plan
z=10.3 -0/+0.03
Optical sensor surface to front face
X axis
Z axis
All dimensions in millimeters
Figure 3 – Mechanical Box drawing and dimensions
8.3 MECHANICAL MOUNTING REFERENCE
The front panel mechanical part is design to support the mounting of the camera. On this mechanical part, three surfaces
are considered as mounting reference surface : i.e. the distance between these surfaces and the first active pixel are
known very precisely (better than ±50µm).
Number of pixel
512
x in 14µm sensor (nm)
24.416
20.832
13.664
-
x in 10µm sensor (nm)
-
22.880
17.760
7.520
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1024
2048
4096
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8.4 SENSOR ALIGNEMENT
First active pixel center
Y axis
x + ∆x
∆θx,y
active area
Mechanical
reference point
y + ∆y
X axis
Z axis
active area center
∆tiltz
Mechanical
reference point
z + ∆z
x
X, Y plans
Figure 4 - Sensor alignment diagram
8.5 LENS MOUNTING (LENS NOT SUPPLIED)
The camera can be provided with three different lens adapter, corresponding to three different options. It is up to the
customer to selected the correct adapter. The following table gives recommendation depending on the sensor size
Number of pixel
512 / 14µm
C mount
OK
1024 / 10µm 1024 / 14µm 2048 / 10µm 2048 / 14µm 4096 / 10µm
OK
≈OK
not usable
not usable
not usable
F mount
OK
OK
OK
OK
OK
OK
K mount
OK
OK
OK
OK
OK
OK
8.6 HEAT-SINK MOUNTING
In order to improve the power dissipation, the camera can be delivered with heat-sink to be mounted by the user on the
side faces of the camera. The delivery of the heat-sinks corresponds to a dedicated option.
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ORDERING CODE
Part Number
Resolution
Pixels size
Description
AT71LKLB1K0F-BAA
1K
10 µm
AVIIVA camera (without any mount)
AT71LKLB2K0F-BAA
2K
10 µm
AVIIVA camera (without any mount)
AT71LKLB4K0F-BAA
4K
10 µm
AVIIVA camera (without any mount)
AT71LKLB0K5K-BAA
512
14 µm
AVIIVA camera (without any mount)
AT71LKLB1K0K-BAA
1K
14 µm
AVIIVA camera (without any mount)
AT71LKLB2K0K-BAA
2K
14 µm
AVIIVA camera (without any mount)
AT71KFPAVIVA-ABA
F mount (NIKON)
AT71KFPAVIVA-ACA
C mount
AT71KFPAVIVA-AKA
K mount (PENTAX)
AT71KAVIVAP2C0D3A0
Cables kit :
10m power supply & 5m Camera Link cables
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consequences of use of such information nor for any infringement of patents or other rights of third parties which may
result from its use. No license is granted by implication or otherwise under any patent rights of Atmel-. Specifications
mentioned in this publication are subject to change without notice. This publication supersedes and replaces all
information previously supplied. Atmel- products are not authorised for use as critical components in life support devices
or systems without express written approval from Atmel-.
© 2002 Atmel-GFO- Printed in France - All rights reserved.
This product is manufactured by Atmel-GFO- 38521 SAINT-EGREVE - FRANCE.
For further information please contact :
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