Power supply module PS 60W 24/48/60VDC HF

SIMATIC

S7-1500/ET 200MP

Power supply module

PS 60W 24/48/60VDC HF

(6ES7505-0RB00-0AB0)

Manual

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Preface

Preface

Purpose of the documentation

This manual supplements the system manual S7-1500/ET 200MP Automation System

( https://support.industry.siemens.com/cs/ww/en/view/59191792 ).

Functions that generally relate to the system are described in this manual.

The information provided in this manual and in the system/function manuals support you in commissioning the systems.

Conventions

The term "CPU" is used in this manual both for the CPUs of the S7-1500 automation system and for interface modules of the ET 200MP distributed I/O system.

Also observe notes marked as follows:

Note

A note contains important information on the product described in the documentation, on the handling of the product, or on the section of the documentation to which particular attention should be paid.

Security information

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Customer is responsible to prevent unauthorized access to its plants, systems, machines and networks. Systems, machines and components should only be connected to the enterprise network or the internet if and to the extent necessary and with appropriate security measures (e.g. use of firewalls and network segmentation) in place.

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Preface

Open Source Software

Open-source software is used in the firmware of the I/O modules. Open Source Software is provided free of charge. We are liable for the product described, including the open-source software contained in it, pursuant to the conditions applicable to the product. Siemens accepts no liability for the use of the open source software over and above the intended program sequence, or for any faults caused by modifications to the software.

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Table of contents

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2

3

4

5

B

6

A

Preface ................................................................................................................................................... 3

Documentation guide .............................................................................................................................. 6

Product overview .................................................................................................................................. 10

2.1

Properties ................................................................................................................................ 10

2.2

Operating and display elements ............................................................................................. 12

Wiring ................................................................................................................................................... 13

3.1

Wiring the power supply module ............................................................................................. 13

Parameters ........................................................................................................................................... 15

4.1

Parameters ............................................................................................................................. 15

Interrupts, diagnostic alarms, error and status alarms ............................................................................ 16

5.1

5.2

Status and error displays ........................................................................................................ 16

Diagnostic alarms ................................................................................................................... 18

5.3

Interrupts ................................................................................................................................. 19

Technical specifications ........................................................................................................................ 20

Dimensional drawing ............................................................................................................................. 22

Parameter data record .......................................................................................................................... 24

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Documentation guide

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The documentation for the SIMATIC S7-1500 automation system, the CPU 1516pro-2 PN based on SIMATIC S7-1500 and the SIMATIC ET 200MP distributed I/O system is arranged into three areas.

This arrangement enables you to access the specific content you require.

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Basic information

The System Manual and Getting Started describe in detail the configuration, installation, wiring and commissioning of the SIMATIC S7-1500 and ET 200MP systems. For

CPU 1516pro-2 PN you use the corresponding operating instructions. The STEP 7 online help supports you in the configuration and programming.

Device information

Product manuals contain a compact description of the module-specific information, such as properties, wiring diagrams, characteristics and technical specifications.

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Documentation guide

General information

The function manuals contain detailed descriptions on general topics regarding the SIMATIC

S7-1500 and ET 200MP systems, e.g. diagnostics, communication, motion control, Web server, OPC UA.

You can download the documentation free of charge from the Internet

( http://w3.siemens.com/mcms/industrial-automation-systems-simatic/en/manualoverview/Pages/Default.aspx

).

Changes and supplements to the manuals are documented in a Product Information.

You can download the product information free of charge from the Internet

( https://support.industry.siemens.com/cs/us/en/view/68052815 ).

Manual Collection S7-1500/ET 200MP

The Manual Collection contains the complete documentation on the SIMATIC S7-1500 automation system and the ET 200MP distributed I/O system gathered together in one file.

You can find the Manual Collection on the Internet

( https://support.industry.siemens.com/cs/ww/en/view/86140384 ).

SIMATIC S7-1500 comparison list for programming languages

The comparison list contains an overview of which instructions and functions you can use for which controller families.

You can find the comparison list on the Internet

( https://support.industry.siemens.com/cs/ww/en/view/86630375 ).

"mySupport"

With "mySupport", your personal workspace, you make the best out of your Industry Online

Support.

In "mySupport", you can save filters, favorites and tags, request CAx data and compile your personal library in the Documentation area. In addition, your data is already filled out in support requests and you can get an overview of your current requests at any time.

You must register once to use the full functionality of "mySupport".

You can find "mySupport" on the Internet ( https://support.industry.siemens.com/My/ww/en ).

"mySupport" - Documentation

In the Documentation area in "mySupport" you can combine entire manuals or only parts of these to your own manual.

You can export the manual as PDF file or in a format that can be edited later.

You can find "mySupport" - Documentation on the Internet

( http://support.industry.siemens.com/My/ww/en/documentation ).

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Documentation guide

"mySupport" - CAx data

In the CAx data area in "mySupport", you can access the current product data for your CAx or CAe system.

You configure your own download package with a few clicks.

In doing so you can select:

● Product images, 2D dimension drawings, 3D models, internal circuit diagrams, EPLAN macro files

● Manuals, characteristics, operating manuals, certificates

● Product master data

You can find "mySupport" - CAx data on the Internet

( http://support.industry.siemens.com/my/ww/en/CAxOnline ).

Application examples

The application examples support you with various tools and examples for solving your automation tasks. Solutions are shown in interplay with multiple components in the system - separated from the focus on individual products.

You will find the application examples on the Internet

( https://support.industry.siemens.com/sc/ww/en/sc/2054 ).

TIA Selection Tool

With the TIA Selection Tool, you can select, configure and order devices for Totally

Integrated Automation (TIA).

This tool is the successor of the SIMATIC Selection Tool and combines the known configurators for automation technology into one tool.

With the TIA Selection Tool, you can generate a complete order list from your product selection or product configuration.

You can find the TIA Selection Tool on the Internet

( http://w3.siemens.com/mcms/topics/en/simatic/tia-selection-tool ).

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Documentation guide

SIMATIC Automation Tool

You can use the SIMATIC Automation Tool to run commissioning and maintenance activities simultaneously on various SIMATIC S7 stations as a bulk operation independently of the TIA

Portal.

The SIMATIC Automation Tool provides a multitude of functions:

● Scanning of a PROFINET/Ethernet network and identification of all connected CPUs

● Address assignment (IP, subnet, gateway) and station name (PROFINET device) to a

CPU

● Transfer of the date and the programming device/PC time converted to UTC time to the module

● Program download to CPU

● Operating mode switchover RUN/STOP

● Localization of the CPU by means of LED flashing

● Reading out CPU error information

● Reading the CPU diagnostic buffer

● Reset to factory settings

● Updating the firmware of the CPU and connected modules

You can find the SIMATIC Automation Tool on the Internet

( https://support.industry.siemens.com/cs/ww/en/view/98161300 ).

PRONETA

With SIEMENS PRONETA (PROFINET network analysis), you analyze the PROFINET network during commissioning. PRONETA features two core functions:

● The topology overview independently scans PROFINET and all connected components.

● The IO check is a fast test of the wiring and the module configuration of a system.

You can find SIEMENS PRONETA on the Internet

( https://support.industry.siemens.com/cs/ww/en/view/67460624 ).

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Product overview

2.1 Properties

Order number

6ES7505-0RB00-0AB0

View of the module

2

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Figure 2-1 View of the PS 60W 24/48/60VDC HF module

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2.1 Properties

Properties

The PS 60W 24/48/60VDC HF power supply module supports the use of additional modules.

Advantage over the "standard" power supply module:

To save a higher volume of data retentively in case of power failure, the PS 60W

24/48/60VDC HF supplies power to the CPU.

The PS 60W 24/48/60VDC HF has the following properties:

● Technical properties

– Rated input voltages 24/48/60 VDC

– Output power 60 W

– Power failure backup

– Electrical isolation to the bus, safe electrical separation according to EN 61131-2

The module supports the following functions:

Table 2- 1 Version dependencies of the module functions

Function Firmware version of the module

Firmware update

Identification data I&M0 to I&M4

Configuration in RUN

Diagnostic alarms

Diagnostic interrupts

Only configurable on LH side next to interface module / CPU

Extended retentivity of the CPU data area in the event of a power failure

V1.0.0 or higher

V1.0.0 or higher

V1.0.0 or higher

V1.0.0 or higher

V1.0.0 or higher

V1.0.0 or higher

V1.0.0 or higher

X

X

X

X

X

X

Configuration software

STEP 7

(TIA Portal) as of V14 SP1

GSD file in STEP 7

(TIA Portal) V12 or higher, or

STEP 7 V5.5 SP3 or higher

X

(PROFINET IO only)

X

(only with CPU S7-1500 firmware version V2.1 or higher)

---

Accessories

The following components are supplied with the power supply module:

● Power connector

● U connector

These components are also available as spare parts.

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Product overview

2.2 Operating and display elements

2.2 Operating and display elements

The following figure shows the control and connection elements of the PS 60W

24/48/60VDC HF behind the front panel as well as the power connector.

LED displays indicating the current operating state and diagnostic status of the PS

On/off switch

Power inlet for the power connector

Power connector; inserted in delivery state

Figure 2-2 View of the PS 60W 24/48/60VDC HF (without front panel) and of the power connector

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Wiring

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3.1 Wiring the power supply module

Mains connection

WARNING

Installation instructions

Risk of death or serious injury.

Observe the general installation instructions applicable in your country when wiring the power supply module.

Fuse the power cables according to their conductor cross-section.

The following applies to mains connection of the power supply module using the power connector:

● The power connector provides connection of the input voltage to the power supply module with touch protection.

● The power connector provides permanent wiring.

● The power connector features an internal strain relief.

● The power connector ensures reverse polarity protection.

● A coding element is used on the power connector to assign it to a specific type of power supply module. A connector coded for 230V AC cannot be inserted into a 24 V DC power supply module.

DANGER

Do not manipulate or omit the coding element

Changes to the coding element can result in dangerous states in your plant and/or damage to the outputs of the

I/O modules. In order to avoid damage, do not manipulate the coding. The coding element may not be omitted.

Cables

You need flexible cables to wire power to the power supply module. The conductor crosssection must be 1.5 mm

2

(AWG: 16). The diameter of a 3 x 1.5 mm

2

sheathed cable can be no more than 8.5 mm. The ground conductor of flexible cables must be longer than the two other conductors. The fusing must meet the requirements of the corresponding control cabinet.

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Wiring

3.1 Wiring the power supply module

Reference

For information on installation of the power supply module and wiring of the power connector, refer to the system manual S7-1500/ET 200MP Automation System

( https://support.industry.siemens.com/cs/ww/en/view/59191792 ).

Siemens recommends the use of devices from the SITOP family of products for applications with load power supplies. Wiring information is available in the documentation for the load power supply.

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Parameters

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4.1 Parameters

Parameters of the PS 60W 24/48/60VDC HF

The PS 60W 24/48/60VDC HF is usually already integrated in the hardware catalog of

STEP 7 (TIA Portal). In this case, STEP 7 (TIA Portal) checks the configured properties for plausibility during configuration.

However, you can also assign parameters to the module by means of a GSD file and the configuration software of any provider. The module does not check the validity of the configured properties until after the configuration has been loaded.

When you assign the module parameters in STEP 7, you use various parameters to specify the module properties. The following table lists the configurable parameters. The effective range of the parameters that can be set depends on the type of configuration. The following configurations are possible:

● Central operation with an S7-1500 CPU (with STEP 7 TIA Portal V14 SP1 or higher)

● Distributed operation on PROFINET IO in an ET 200MP system (with GSD file

PROFINET IO in STEP 7 (TIA Portal) V12 or higher or STEP 7 V5.5 SP3 or higher

For parameter assignment in the user program, the parameters are transferred to the module using the WRREC instruction (reparameterization in RUN) and data records; see

section Parameter data record (Page 24).

Table 4- 1 Configurable parameters and their defaults

Parameters Range of values

Default setting

Parameter assignment in RUN

Scope with configuration software, e.g., STEP 7

(TIA Portal)

Integrated in the hardware catalog STEP 7 (TIA Portal)

V14 SP1 or higher or GSD file PROFINET IO

GSD file

PROFIBUS DP

Diagnostics / maintenance

Supply voltage monitoring *

Yes/No No Yes Module ---

• Switch position Off * Yes/No

No Yes Module ---

* In case of central operation of a S7-1500 CPU with firmware V2.1.0 or higher the diagnostics are not displayed in the diagnostics buffer to ensure reliable backup of the extended retentive data.

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Interrupts, diagnostic alarms, error and status alarms

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5.1

Introduction

Status and error displays

Diagnostics by means of LEDs is a basic tool for troubleshooting. Usually, you can pinpoint the source of error more precisely by analyzing the module status information in STEP 7, or in the diagnostic buffer of the CPU. These locations contain the corresponding error information in plain text.

LED displays

The following figure shows the LED displays (status and error displays) of the

PS 60W 24/48/60VDC HF.

RUN LED

ERROR LED

MAINT LED

Figure 5-1 LED displays of PS 60W 24/48/60VDC HF

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5.1 Status and error displays

Meaning of the LED displays

The following table explains the meaning of the status and error displays. You can find

remedial measures for diagnostic alarms in chapter Diagnostic alarms (Page 18).

Table 5- 1 Status and error displays RUN/ERROR/MAINT

RUN

Off

On

Flashing

Off

Off

Flashing

LED

ERROR MAINT

Off

On

Not relevant

Flashing

Not relevant

Flashing

Off

On

Not relevant

Not relevant

On

Flashing

Meaning

OFF; PS returns no bus voltage

• External error; diagnostics is disabled

PS not powered in the system, no supply voltage at the PS and CPU/IM.

Startup; all LED displays are lit briefly after system startup, or during module restart after firmware update.

Startup, PS returns bus voltage, PS waiting for parameterization

Error, PS supplies no bus voltage

Supply voltage missing and diagnostics is enabled

• Internal error

Maintenance request, PS returns no bus voltage

Switch is off; power is present and diagnostics is enabled

Malfunction

LEDs flash persistently

Remedy

Switch on power to the PS

Check the supply voltage

Switch on PS

-

-

Evaluate diagnostic alarms and take appropriate remedial

measures; see chapter Diagnostic alarms (Page 18)

Switch on PS

Replace PS

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5.2 Diagnostic alarms

5.2 Diagnostic alarms

Diagnostic alarms

The following table shows the meaning of the diagnostic alarms and possible remedial measures for the respective cause.

One of the following "LED images" indicates directly on the PS that a diagnostic alarm was triggered.

● The red ERROR-LED is flashing.

Indicates external or internal errors.

● The yellow MAINT-LED is lit.

Maintenance; a maintenance request is active.

● All three LEDs are flashing permanently

The PS is in "Defective" state.

In STEP 7, the diagnostic results are displayed in plain text by means of the online and diagnostic view. You can read the diagnostic data records by means of the "RDREC" instruction.

Table 5- 2 Diagnostic alarms, their meaning and remedies

Diagnostic alarm Error code

Meaning

Dec. Hex.

External error

Supply voltage missing

266

D

010A

H

No supply voltage, or incorrect insertion of the power connector into the PS.

Internal error

Overtemperature 5

D

0005

H

Overtemperature on the printed circuit board.

1

2

Overvoltage backplane bus

267

D

010B

H

High EMC interference or a defective PS, CPU or IM inserted.

2

Safety shutdown 285

D

011D

H

Reliable operation of the module is no longer guaranteed.

Reaction

Remedial measures

2

Check the supply voltage.

Check PS load. Isolate PS from mains. Wait one minute before you power on the PS again.

Eliminate electromagnetic interference. Check inserted modules and bus connectors. Isolate PS from mains. Wait one minute before you power on the PS again.

Check ambient conditions. Isolate PS from mains. Wait one minute before you power on the PS again.

Maintenance

Switch turned off 268

D

010C

H

The PS is switched off.

Malfunction

Module failure 256

D

0100

H

PS failure.

1

3

Switch on PS.

Replace PS.

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5.3 Interrupts

External errors, internal errors and malfunctions

● External errors occur outside the PS. In the parameterization, specify whether or not an external error can trigger a diagnostic alarm. By default, external errors do not trigger diagnostic alarms.

● Internal errors occur inside the PS. If still possible, an internal error always triggers a diagnostic alarm.

● A malfunction is a static state; the PS must be sent in for repair. If still possible, a defect always triggers a diagnostic alarm.

Explanation of the reactions

The PS is switched off retentively. Alarm is only generated if the PS is still powered by the

CPU or IM via the backplane bus. You cannot switch on the module unless you have eliminated the error and disconnected power to the PS for approximately one minute.

5.3 Interrupts

What is a diagnostic interrupt?

You can determine reactions to internal or external errors in the user program, by programming a diagnostic interrupt which interrupts cyclic program execution on the CPU and triggers the diagnostic interrupt OB (OB82). The event which led to the interrupt is entered in the start information of the OB82.

Trigger of a diagnostic interrupt

Events that can trigger a diagnostic alarm can also trigger a diagnostic interrupt:

● Supply voltage missing

● Overtemperature

● Overvoltage on the backplane bus

● Safety shutdown

● Switch position Off

● Malfunction

Reactions to a diagnostic interrupt

You can find the CPU reaction to a diagnostic interrupt in the function manual System diagnostics ( http://support.automation.siemens.com/WW/view/en/59192926 ).

Detailed information on the error event is available in the diagnostic interrupt OB by executing the "RALRM" instruction (read additional interrupt information) and in the STEP 7

Online Help.

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Caractéristiques techniques de PS 60W 24/48/60VDC HF

General information

Product type designation

Hardware functional status

Firmware version

Engineering with

STEP 7 TIA Portal can be configured/integrated as of version

Power supply

Rated value (DC)

Valid range low limit (DC)

Valid range high limit (DC)

Reverse polarity protection

Short-circuit protection

Power failure backup

Power/voltage failure buffer time

Input current

Rated value at 24 V DC

Rated value at 48 V DC

Rated value at 60 V DC

Output current

Short-circuit protection

Power

Power feed to the backplane bus

Power loss

Power loss at rated conditions

Interrupts/diagnostics/status information

Status display

Insulation

Insulation tested with

EMC

Immunity to surge voltages on the supply lines in accordance with

IEC 61000-4-5

6ES7505-0RB00-0AB0

PS 60W 24/48/60V DC HF

E01

V1.0.0

V14 SP1

3 A

1.5 A

1.2 A yes

60 W

24 V / 48 V / 60 V static 19.2 V, dynamic 18.5 V static 72 V, dynamic 75.5 V yes yes

20 ms

12 W yes

2 500 V DC/2 s (routine test)

Yes; +/- 1 kV (according to IEC 61000-4-5; 1995; symm. surge), +/- 2 kV (according to IEC 61000-

4-5; 1995; unsymm. surge), no external protective circuit required

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Degree of protection and protection class

Degree of protection according to EN 60529

Protection class

Dimensions

Width

Height

Depth

Weights

Weight, approx.

6ES7505-0RB00-0AB0

IP20

1; with ground conductor

105 mm

147 mm

129 mm

865 g

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Dimensional drawing

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Dimensional drawing of PS 60W 24/48/60VDC HF

This appendix includes the dimensional drawing of the power supply module that is installed on a mounting rail with shielding bracket. Take the dimensions into account for installation in cabinets, control rooms, etc.

The following figure shows the front view and the side view of the module

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Figure A-1 Dimensional drawing of the PS 60W 24/48/60VDC HF module

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Dimensional drawing

The following figure shows the side view of the module with open front panel.

Figure A-2 Dimensional drawing of the PS 60W 24/48/60VDC HF module

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Parameter data record

Parameter assignment in the user program

You have the option to re-parameterize the power supply module in RUN mode of CPU.

B

Changing parameters in RUN mode

The parameters of the power supply module are in data record 0. Using the instruction

WRREC the adjustable parameters can be transferred to the power supply module. The parameters assigned in STEP 7 are not changed permanently in the CPU, which means the parameters assigned in STEP 7 are valid again after a restart.

Output parameter RET_VAL

The power supply module ignores errors that occur during transfer of parameters with the

WRREC instruction and continues operation with the previous parameter assignment.

However, a corresponding error code is written to the RET_VAL output parameter. If no error occurs, the length of the data actually transferred is entered in RET_VAL.

RET_VAL is 4 bytes long and structured as follows:

● Byte1: Function_Num, general error code

● Byte2: Error_Decode, location of the error detection

● Byte3: Error_Code_1, error detection

● Byte4: Error_Code_2, manufacturer-specific expansion of the error detection

The description of the WRREC instruction and the general error codes are available in the

STEP 7 online help.

Module-specific errors are displayed by means of Error_Code_1 = 224

D

or

Error_Code_1 = 225

D

.

Manufacturer-specific expansions of the error detection of the WRREC instruction have the following meaning:

Table B- 1 Manufacturer-specific expansions of the error detection of the WRREC instruction

Error_Code 1

224

D

Error in the data record header

225

D

Errors in the net data entered in the data record

(parameter)

Error_Code 2 Meaning

1

D

The version entered in the data record header is not supported by the module or reserved bits of the version are set.

2

D

The net length entered in the data record header is incorrect.

1

D

16

D

Diagnostic interrupt enable is incorrect

Reserved parameters are not 0

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Parameter data record

Data record structure

The following figure shows the structure of the data record 0.

● A fixed bit pattern is entered in byte 0. It indicates the version of the data record structure.

Each time a data record is written, the module checks the written data and accepts only data records with major version 1.

● Byte 1 specifies the maximum data length that can be used for parameter data.

● Byte 2 contains the parameter data.

● Bytes 3 to 11 are reserved.

To enable a parameter in byte 2, set the corresponding bit to "1". The corresponding diagnostics is then activated, for example, for supply voltage monitoring. If you set the corresponding bit to "0", the diagnostics is deactivated.

You are not permitted to change byte 0, byte 1 or bytes 3 to 11.

Figure B-1 Structure of data record 0

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