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ORIGINAL OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
PD-I laser range meter
It is essential that the operating instructions
are read before the tool is operated for the
first time.
Always keep these operating instructions together with the tool.
Ensure that the operating instructions are
with the tool when it is given to other persons.
Contents
1 General information
2 Description
3 Accessories
4 Technical data
5 Safety instructions
6 Before use
7 Operation
8 Care and maintenance
9 Troubleshooting
10 Disposal
11 Manufacturer’s warranty - tools
12 EC declaration of conformity (original)
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1 These numbers refer to the corresponding illustrations. The illustrations can be found on the fold-out cover
pages. Keep these pages open while studying the operating instructions.
In these operating instructions, the designation “the tool”
always refers to the PD-I laser range meter.
Parts, operating controls and indicators 1
@ Rear contact surface
; Reference indicator LED for rear contact
= Left arrow button
% “Menu” button
& “Measure” button
( Graphic display
) Reference indicator LED for front contact
+ On/off button
§ Right arrow button
/ Wrist strap attachment point
: Delete (clear) button
· ¹/₄" thread for PDA 72 measuring extension
$ Folding spike
£ Laser emitting and receiving lens
| ¹/₄" thread on the underside
1 General information
1.1 Safety notices and their meaning
DANGER
Draws attention to imminent danger that will lead to
serious bodily injury or fatality.
WARNING
Draws attention to a potentially dangerous situation that
could lead to serious personal injury or fatality.
CAUTION
Draws attention to a potentially dangerous situation that
could lead to slight personal injury or damage to the
equipment or other property.
NOTE
Draws attention to an instruction or other useful information.
1.2 Explanation of the pictograms and other
information
Symbols
Read the
operating
instructions
before use.
Return waste
material for
recycling.
Laser Class
2
KCC‑REMHLT‑PD-I
Laser class II
according to
CFR 21, § 1040
(FDA)
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Location of identification data on the tool
The type designation and serial number can be found on
the type identification plate on the tool. Make a note of
this data in your operating instructions and always refer
to it when making an enquiry to your Hilti representative
or service department.
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Type:
Generation: 01
Serial no.:
2 Description
2.1 Use of the product as directed
The tool is designed for measuring distances, adding and subtracting distances and offers many practical functions
such as a timer, area and volume measurement, min/max calculation, setting out, trapezoidal area or painter’s area
measurement, Pythagoras function and data memory.
The tool is not designed for leveling.
When using the tool, the safety instructions (section 5) must be observed.
2.2 Display
The display is divided into various areas. The dark, upper area shows information about the status of the range
meter (e.g. measuring reference point, battery status, laser on, laser on permanently). Directly below this area are the
measuring functions (e.g. plus, minus), which can be selected by using the arrow buttons.
When the tool is in measuring mode, the measurements taken are shown at the bottom of the display area (the
result line). When using functions such as “Area”, measured distances are shown on the intermediate result line and
calculated results are shown on the result line.
2.3 Display illumination
In low light conditions, the display is illuminated automatically as soon as a button is pressed. The display illumination
intensity is reduced to 50% after 10 seconds. If no button is pressed over a period of 20 seconds, the display
illumination switches off automatically.
NOTE
Illumination of the display consumes additional battery power. Shorter battery life is therefore to be expected when
this feature is used frequently.
2.4 Basic principle
The distance is measured along a laser beam emitted by the tool to the point at which the beam strikes a reflective
surface. The target from which the measurement is taken is clearly identified by the red laser measuring spot. The
range of the tool depends on the reflectance and structure of the target surface from which measurements are taken.
2.5 Taking measurements to rough surfaces
When measuring to a rough surface, e.g. rough plaster etc., an average distance value is measured with the center of
the laser spot weighted higher than the edges of the laser spot.
2.6 Taking measurements to curved or inclined surfaces
If the laser beam strikes the target surface at a very narrow angle, the light reflected may be inadequate. Conversely,
too much light may be reflected toward the tool in situations where the laser beam strikes the target perpendicularly.
We recommend use of the PDA 50, PDA 51 or PDA 52 target plate in both of these situations.
2.7 Taking measurements to wet or shiny surfaces
As long as the range meter can be aimed directly at the surface, the distance to the target will be reliably measured.
With highly reflective surfaces, a reduction in range must be expected and the distance to the actual point of reflection
may be measured.
2.8 Taking measurements to transparent surfaces
It is generally possible to measure distances to transparent or semi-transparent materials, e.g. liquids, polystyrene
foam, etc. Light penetrates these materials, however, and measuring errors may therefore occur. Measuring errors
may also occur when measurements are taken through glass or if objects are present within the line of the laser beam.
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2.9 Control panel
“Measure” button
Quick start (when the tool is switched off, press the button briefly to
switch it on).
Begins distance measurement.
Activates the laser beam.
Activates continuous measuring mode (long press, approx. 2 sec.).
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Stops continuous measuring mode.
Confirms the selected function or setting.
Left arrow button / right arrow button
Used to navigate between functions and to make settings.
The “Clear” button has various functions depending on the operating
status:
Stops continuous measuring (tracking).
Deletes the last measurement.
Goes one step back (short press).
Deletes all displayed measurements (long press).
Ends the function if no measurements have been taken.
“Menu” button
Opens the main menu.
On/off button
Switches the tool on or off.
2.10 The items supplied
1
PD‑I laser range meter
1
Soft pouch
2
1
1
1
1
Batteries
Operating instructions
Manufacturer’s certificate
Hand strap
Brochure for users
3 Accessories
Designation
Short designation
Target plate 1
PDA 50
Target plate 2
Target plate 3
PDA 51
PDA 52
Measuring extension
PDA 72
Laser visibility glasses 4
PUA 60
1 With reflective coating (120x130 mm)
2 White (120x130 mm)
3 With reflective coating (210x297 mm)
4 For improved laser beam visibility under difficult lighting conditions.
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4 Technical data
Right of technical changes reserved.
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Power supply
2 x 1.5 V, type AAA batteries
Battery condition check
Measuring range with target plate
Battery condition indicator with 4 segments showing
100%, 75%, 50%, 25% charge. No segments shown =
battery is completely discharged.
0…100 m
Accuracy (distance measurement) 1
± 1.0 mm (2σ, standard deviation)
Accuracy (inclination measurement) 2
± 0.2° (2σ, standard deviation)
Basic operating modes
Individual measurement / continuous measurement
Display
Laser automatic switch-off
Illuminated liquid crystal display with permanent indication of distances, operating status and battery condition
Visible 635 nm, output power < 1 mW: Laser Class 2
EN 60825-1:2007; IEC 60825-1:2007; Class II CFR 21 §
1040 (FDA)
1 min
Tool automatic switch-off
10 min
Laser class
Battery life
Room temperature: Up to 5000 measurements
Operating temperature range
-10…+50°C
Storage temperature range
-30…+70°C
Protection class 3
Weight (including batteries)
IP 65 (protection against dust and water spray)
IEC 60529
165 g
Dimensions
129 mm x 60 mm x 28 mm
1 Influences such as particularly high temperature fluctuations, dampness, shock, dropping, etc. can affect accuracy. Unless stated
otherwise, the tool was adjusted or calibrated under standard ambient conditions (MIL-STD-810G). When taking distance measurements, as a basic principle, an additional distance-dependent error of 0.02 mm per meter is to be taken into account.
2 The reference for the inclination sensor is the underside of the tool (battery compartment). Influences such as particularly high temperature fluctuations, dampness, shock, dropping, etc. can affect accuracy. Unless stated otherwise, the tool was adjusted or calibrated under standard ambient conditions (MIL-STD-810G).
3 Except the battery compartment
Menu / units
m
cm
mm
Distance
Area
Meters
m²
Volume
m³
Centimeters
m²
m³
Millimeters
m²
m³
5 Safety instructions
In addition to the information relevant to safety given
in each of the sections of these operating instructions,
the following points must be strictly observed at all
times.
Keep all safety instructions and information for future
reference.
5.1 Basic information concerning safety
Do not render safety devices ineffective and do
not remove information and warning notices.
b) Keep laser tools out of reach of children.
a)
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Failure to follow the correct procedures when opening the tool may cause emission of laser radiation in
excess of class 2. Have the tool repaired only at a
Hilti service center.
d) Modification of the tool is not permissible.
e) Check that the tool functions correctly each time
before use.
f) Measurements taken from surfaces with low reflectivity in highly reflective surroundings may be inaccurate.
g) Measurements taken through panes of glass or other
objects may be inaccurate.
h) Rapid changes in the conditions under which the
measurement is taken, e.g. persons walking through
the laser beam, may lead to inaccurate results.
i) Do not point the tool toward the sun or other
powerful light sources.
j) Take the influences of the surrounding area into
account. Do not use the tool where there is a risk
of fire or explosion.
k) The tool and its ancillary equipment may present
hazards when used incorrectly by untrained personnel or when used not as directed.
l) To avoid the risk of injury, use only genuine Hilti
accessories and additional equipment.
m) Observe the information printed in the operating instructions concerning operation, care and
maintenance.
5.2 Proper organization of the workplace
Avoid unfavorable body positions when working
from ladders. Make sure you work from a safe
stance and stay in balance at all times.
b) When the tool is brought into a warm environment
from very cold conditions, or vice-versa, allow it
to become acclimatized before use.
c) As a precaution, check the previous settings and
adjustments you have made.
d) Secure the area in which you are working and
take care to avoid directing the beam towards
other persons or towards yourself when setting
up the tool.
e) Use the tool only within its specified limits.
f) Observe the accident prevention regulations applicable in your country.
a)
5.3 Electromagnetic compatibility
NOTE
Only for Korea: This device is suitable for the commercial and industrial field and the electromagnetic radiation
encountered in this field (Class A). Users must pay attention to this point and not use this device in a residential
environment.
Although the tool complies with the strict requirements of
the applicable directives, Hilti cannot entirely rule out the
possibility of the tool being subject to interference caused
by powerful electromagnetic radiation, leading to incorrect operation. Check the accuracy of the tool by taking
measurements by other means when working under such
conditions or if you are unsure. Likewise, Hilti cannot rule
out the possibility of interference with other devices (e.g.
aircraft navigation equipment). The tool complies with the
requirements of class A; The possibility of interference
occurring in a domestic environment cannot be excluded.
5.4 General safety rules
Check the condition of the tool before use. If the
tool is found to be damaged, have it repaired at a
Hilti service center.
b) The user must check the accuracy of the tool
after it has been dropped or subjected to other
mechanical stresses.
c) Although the tool is designed for the tough conditions of jobsite use, as with other measuring
instruments it should be treated with care.
d) Although the tool is protected to prevent entry
of dampness, it should be wiped dry each time
before being put away in its transport container.
a)
5.5 Electrical
a) Keep the batteries out of reach of children.
b) Do not allow the batteries to overheat and do not
expose them to fire. The batteries may explode or
release toxic substances.
c) Do not charge the batteries.
d) Do not solder the batteries into the tool.
e) Do not discharge the batteries by short-circuiting.
This may cause them to overheat and present a risk
of personal injury (burns).
f) Do not attempt to open the batteries and do not
subject them to excessive mechanical stress.
g) Do not use carbon-zinc batteries in the tool.
5.6 Laser classification
Depending on the version purchased, the tool complies
with Laser Class 2 in accordance with IEC825-1:2007 /
EN60825-1:2007 and Class II in accordance with CFR
21 § 1040 (FDA). This tool may be used without need
for further protective measures. The eyelid closure reflex
protects the eyes when a person looks into the beam
unintentionally for a brief moment. This eyelid closure
reflex, however, may be negatively affected by medicines,
alcohol or drugs. Nevertheless, as with the sun, one
should not look directly into sources of bright light. Do
not direct the laser beam toward persons.
5.7 Transport
Always remove the battery from the tool before shipping.
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6 Before use
6.4 Settings
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6.1 Inserting the batteries 2
CAUTION
Do not use damaged batteries.
CAUTION
Always replace the complete set of batteries.
DANGER
Do not mix old and new batteries. Do not mix batteries
of different makes or types.
1.
2.
3.
4.
Open the battery compartment on the underside.
Remove the batteries from the packaging and insert
them in the tool.
NOTE Take care to observe correct polarity (see
symbols in battery compartment).
Close the battery compartment cover.
Check to ensure that the battery compartment cover
is closed securely.
6.2 Switching the tool on / off
1.
2.
3.
4.
The tool can be switched on by pressing either the
“On / off” button or the “Measure” button.
When the tool is switched off, press the “On / off”
button: The tool switches on.
The laser beam is switched off.
When the tool is switched on, press the “On / off”
button: The tool switches off.
When the tool is switched off, press the “Measure”
button: The tool and the laser beam switch on.
6.3 Menu
NOTE
From the main menu you can access special functions
and the settings. Press the “Menu” button to go to the
main menu. Use the left or right arrow buttons to move
through the menu. The selected function will be shown
highlighted. To select a function, confirm your choice by
pressing the “Measure” button.
NOTE
The top line of the main menu is the individually configurable favorites bar. You can place your most frequently
used functions here (see section 6.4.5 “Changing the
favorites bar”).
In the area below the separating bar you will find various application groups. Confirming an application group
causes the group to open, showing all the functions it
contains.
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2.
3.
When the tool is switched on, press the “Menu”
button.
Use the left or right arrow buttons to go to “Settings”.
Confirm by pressing the “Measure” button.
6.4.1 Measuring units
The measuring units m, cm or mm may be selected. The
currently selected measuring unit is shown in a black
square.
6.4.2 Measuring references
NOTE
The tool can take measurements from 5 different reference (contact) points. Switching between the front edge,
rear edge and the threaded bushing on the underside
(battery compartment) is done in the measuring reference menu. The reference is set automatically to the
tip of the spike when the spike is folded out through
180°. When the PDA 72 measuring extension (optional
accessory) is screwed onto the underside of the tool it is
detected automatically by the tool and indicated in the
display. The PDA 72 measuring extension can also be
fitted to the underside of the tool (battery compartment)
but is not detected automatically when in this position.
When the spike is folded back in or the tool is switched
off, the measuring reference is always reset to the rear
edge of the tool. The currently selected measuring reference is indicated by the green LEDs and the measuring
reference symbol in the display.
Front edge
Thread on the underside of the tool (battery compartment)
Rear edge
Spike
6.4.6 Activating the Scale function
This function allows you to set the desired scale.
1. Use the left or right arrow buttons to set the desired
scale.
2. Confirm the applicable number by pressing the
“Measure” button.
3. Select the “tick” symbol to confirm the value.
NOTE Expert mode must be active in order to be
able to make use of the Scale function.
6.4.7 Switching the signal tone on / off
The PDA 72 measuring extension is screwed into the
underside of the tool.
6.4.3 Angle units
The angle units used to show the inclination can be set to
degrees, percent or mm/m. The currently selected angle
unit is shown in a black square.
The signal tone can be switched on or off in the signal
tone settings.
1. Use the right or left arrow button to select the desired
setting.
2. Confirm by pressing the “Measure” button.
6.4.8 Permanent laser mode
6.4.4 Expert mode on / off
When the expert mode is active, the timer, min/max
and measuring reference can be combined for use with
all functions. In addition, supplementary information is
shown for the following functions: Area, Volume, Pythagoras, Trapezoidal Area, Indirect Horizontal Distance
and Indirect Vertical Distance. If a scale has been set in
the “Settings” menu, this can be shown in export mode.
The choices available are shown at the top edge of the
display.
6.4.5 Changing the favorites bar
Changes can be made to the favorites bar in these
settings. The favorites bar provides quick access to the
most frequently used functions.
1. Use the right or left arrow buttons to select the
function you wish to change.
2. Confirm by pressing the “Measure” button.
3. Use the right or left arrow button to select the desired
function.
4. Confirm by pressing the “Measure” button.
When in permanent laser mode, a measurement is taken
each time the “Measure” button is pressed. The laser is
not deactivated after the measurement is taken. In this
mode, several measurements can be taken very quickly,
one after the other, with only a few presses of the button.
The corresponding symbol is shown in the status bar of
the main screen.
6.4.9 Show inclination in the display, on / off
In this menu you can select whether the angle of inclination is to be shown in the main screen (activate /
deactivate).
6.4.10 Calibrating the inclination sensor
In order to achieve greatest possible accuracy when
making inclination measurements, the inclination sensor
must be calibrated at regular intervals. If the tool has
suffered an impact or has been subjected to temperature
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fluctuations, the inclination sensor must be recalibrated.
Calibration is carried out in 3 steps.
1. To begin calibration, select the inclination sensor
calibration symbol.
2. Lay the tool on a horizontal surface and then press
the “Measure” button.
3. Rotate the tool horizontally through 180° and press
the “Measure” button again.
NOTE The inclination sensor is now calibrated.
6.4.11 Information about the tool
Here you will find information about the tool, such as the
software version, hardware version and serial number.
6.4.12 Resetting to the default settings
This function can be used to reset the tool to the default
settings.
6.5 Measuring aids
6.5.1 Measuring using the spike 3 4
The spike can be used when measuring diagonally across
rooms or from inaccessible corners.
1. Fold out the spike through 90°.
The spike can then be used as the contact point.
2. Fold out the spike through 180°.
The measuring reference point is then set automatically. The tool detects the extended measuring
reference.
6.5.2 Measuring using the PDA 50/51/52 target
plate 5
NOTE
For reliable distance measurements, care should be taken
to ensure that the laser beam strikes the target plate at
right angles as far as possible.
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NOTE
When the target plate is used and very high accuracy is
required, 1.2 mm should be added to the measurement
obtained.
When taking measurements to outside corners (e.g. on
outside walls of buildings, perimeter fences, etc.), boards,
bricks or other suitable objects can be held against the
corner and used as the target. Use of the PDA 50, PDA 51
or PDA 52 target plate is recommended for long distances
and in unfavorable light conditions, e.g. in strong sunlight.
The PDA 50 target plate is made of durable plastic with
a special reflective coating. Use of the target plate is
recommended at distances greater than 10 m in unfavorable light conditions.
The PDA 51 target plate has no reflective coating and its
use is recommended in unfavorable light conditions and
at short distances.
The PDA 52 target plate is equipped with the same
reflective coating as the PDA 50 but is considerably
larger in size (210 x 297 mm). This makes it much easier
to aim the tool at the target plate over long distances.
6.5.3 Taking measurements using the PUA 60 laser
visibility glasses
NOTE
The laser visibility glasses have no protective function
and thus do not protect the eyes from laser beams. As
these glasses limit color vision they must not be worn by
persons driving on a public road and must not be used
to look directly into the sun.
The PUA 60 laser visibility glasses improve laser beam
visibility considerably.
6.5.4 Measuring using the PDA 72 measuring
extension
NOTE
The measuring extension is made from aluminium and is
equipped with a non-conductive synthetic rubber grip.
When the PDA 72 measuring extension (optional accessory) is screwed onto the underside of the tool it is
detected automatically by the tool and indicated in the
display. The tool detects the extended measuring reference. The PDA 72 measuring extension can also be
fitted to the underside of the tool (battery compartment)
but is not detected automatically when in this position.
Depending on how the tool is to be used, the reference
can also be adjusted manually (see section “Measuring
reference”).
7 Operation
7.1 Distance measurement
NOTE
Generally speaking, the individual steps in all functions
are always assisted by the graphic symbols displayed.
NOTE
If measuring errors occur during continuous measuring,
and continuous measuring mode is canceled by pressing
the “Measure” button again, the last valid measurement
will be displayed.
NOTE
After starting a function, the laser beam is already
switched on.
NOTE
You will obtain the most accurate results when all measurements within one function are taken from the same
point of contact and axis of rotation.
7.1.1 Measuring modes
Distances can be measured using two different measuring modes, i.e. single measurement and continuous
measurement. Continuous measurement is used for setting out given distances or lengths and can also be used
where access is difficult, e.g. at corners, edges and in
niches, etc.
7.1.1.1 Single measurements
If the tool is switched off it can be switched on by pressing
the “On/off” button or the “Measure” button. If the tool is
switched on by pressing the “Measure” button the laser
is also activated, so step one described below can be
omitted.
1. Switch on the laser by pressing the “Measure” button.
2. Aim the tool at the target and press the “Measure”
button.
The measured distance will be shown in the result
line in less than a second.
7.1.1.2 Continuous measuring (tracking)
NOTE
During continuous measuring, distances are updated in
the result line at the rate of approx. 6 - 10 measurements
every second. The measuring rate depends on reflectivity
of the target surface. If the signal tone is active, continuous measuring is indicated by a signal tone approx. 2 - 3
times per second.
1.
2.
Press the “Measure” button for about 2 seconds to
activate continuous measuring mode.
Measuring is stopped by pressing the “Measure”
button once again.
The last valid measurement is then shown in the
result line in the display.
7.1.2 Measuring in bright conditions
We recommend use of the PDA 50, PDA 51 or PDA 52
target plate for long distances and in very bright light
conditions.
7.1.3 Measuring range
7.1.3.1 Increased range
The range of the tool is generally increased when measurements are taken in the dark, at dawn or dusk and
when the target and/or the tool is shaded from bright
light.
Use of the PDA 50, PDA 51 or PDA 52 target plate also
increases the range of the tool.
7.1.3.2 Reduced measuring range
Measuring range may be reduced in bright conditions,
e.g. in bright sunlight or when working under very powerful floodlights.
The range of the tool may be reduced when measurements are taken through glass or when objects lie within
the path of the laser beam.
The range of the tool may be reduced when measurements are taken to mat green, blue or black surfaces or
to wet or shiny surfaces.
7.2 Adding / subtracting distances
Individual distances can be added or subtracted conveniently.
Addition can be used, for example, to determine the total
length of window and door reveals or to add several
part distances together in order to determine the total
distance.
Subtraction can be used, for example, to determine the
distance between the underside of a pipe or duct and
the ceiling. This can be done by subtracting the distance
between the floor and the underside of the pipe from the
distance between the floor and the ceiling. If the pipe
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diameter is subtracted, the result is the distance between
the top of the pipe and the ceiling.
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5.
6.
7.
Press the “Measure” button (the laser beam will
switch on).
Aim the range meter at the target.
Press the “Measure” button.
The first distance will be measured and displayed
(the laser then switches off).
Use the right or left arrow buttons to select the
desired arithmetic function.
Press the “Measure” button.
The laser beam switches on.
Aim the range meter at the target.
Press the “Measure” button. The second distance
is then measured and displayed in the intermediate
result line. The result of the addition or subtraction
is shown in the result line. You can add or subtract
any desired number of distances.
NOTE Whenever you see the + and – option in the
measuring function area of the display you may add
or subtract a second measurement using the same
function. If, for example, you are using the area
measurement function, you can use the right or left
arrow buttons to add or subtract several other areas.
7.3 Measuring areas and volumes
To measure areas and volumes, select the Areas and
Volumes application group. Select the appropriate function for your measuring task.
7.3.1 Measuring rectangular areas
Each step of the area measurement operation is indicated
graphically in the display. To measure a rectangular area
you are required to measure two distances. For example,
to determine the floor area of a room, proceed as follows:
1. Select the Rectangular Area function from the Areas
and Volumes application group.
2. Aim the range meter at the target.
3. Press the “Measure” button.
The room width is measured and displayed in the
intermediate result line.
The graphic display automatically prompts you to
measure the length of the room.
4. Aim the tool at the next target to obtain the length
of the room.
5. Press the “Measure” button.
The second distance is then measured, the area
calculated immediately and the result is displayed
in the result line.
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7.3.2 Measuring triangular areas
Each step of the area measurement operation is indicated graphically in the display. To measure a triangular
area you are required to measure three distances. For
example, to determine the floor area of a room, proceed
as follows:
1. Select the Triangular Area function from the Areas
and Volumes application group.
2. Aim the range meter at the target.
3. Press the “Measure” button.
The first distance is measured and displayed in the
intermediate result line.
The graphic display then automatically prompts you
to measure the second distance.
4. Aim the range meter at the target.
5. Press the “Measure” button.
The second distance is measured and displayed
in the intermediate result line. The graphic display
then automatically prompts you to measure the third
distance.
6. Aim the range meter at the target.
7. Press the “Measure” button.
The third distance is measured, the area is then
calculated immediately and the result displayed in
the result line.
7.3.3 Measuring volumes
Each step of the volume measurement operation is indicated graphically in the display. For example, to determine
the volume of a room, proceed as follows:
1. Select the Cube Volume function from the Areas and
Volumes application group.
2. Aim the range meter at the target.
3. Press the “Measure” button.
The first distance is measured and displayed in the
intermediate result line.
The graphic display then automatically prompts you
to measure the second distance.
4. Aim the range meter at the target.
5. Press the “Measure” button.
The second distance is measured and displayed in
the intermediate result line.
The graphic display then automatically prompts you
to measure the third distance.
6. Aim the range meter at the target.
7. Press the “Measure” button.
The third distance is measured, the volume then
calculated immediately and the result displayed in
the result line.
7.3.4 Measuring cylinder volume
Each step of the volume measurement operation is indicated graphically in the display. To measure the volume
of a cylinder you are required to measure two distances.
For example, to determine the volume of a silo, proceed
as follows:
1. Select the Cylinder Volume function from the Areas
and Volumes application group.
2. Aim the range meter at the corresponding target to
measure the height of the cylinder.
3. Press the “Measure” button.
The first distance is measured and displayed in the
intermediate result line.
The graphic display then automatically prompts you
to measure the second distance.
4. Aim the range meter at the next target to measure
the diameter of the cylinder.
5. Press the “Measure” button.
The second distance is measured, the volume then
calculated immediately and the result displayed in
the result line.
Each step of the Trapezoid function is indicated graphically in the display. To make use of the Trapezoid function
you require three distances. For example, to determine
the length of a roof, proceed as follows:
1. Select Trapezoid from the group of special functions.
2. Aim the range meter at the target.
3. Press the “Measure” button.
The first distance is measured and displayed in the
intermediate result line.
The graphic display then automatically prompts you
to measure the second distance.
4. Aim the range meter at the target.
5. Press the “Measure” button.
The second distance is measured and displayed in
the intermediate result line.
6. Aim the range meter at the target.
7. Press the “Measure” button.
The third distance is measured, the target length
then calculated immediately and the result displayed
in the result line.
7.4.2 Trapezoid with Inclination (2 distances, 1
angle)
7.4 Trapezoid functions
NOTE
For accurate results, calibrate the inclination sensor before using this function.
NOTE
A reduced level of accuracy, much lower than the level
of accuracy of the tool itself, must generally be expected
when the indirect measuring method is used. In order to
obtain the best results, care must be taken regarding the
geometry of the situation (i.e. right angles and triangle
relationships). Best results are obtained when the tool
is aimed carefully at the corners of the object, when all
points are within the same plane and when the measurements are taken from a location not too far away from
the object.
NOTE
When taking indirect measurements, make sure that all
measurements are taken in a horizontal or vertical plane.
Trapezoid functions can be used, for example, to determine the length of a roof. The Trapezoid function calculates the target distance with the aid of three measured
distances. The Trapezoid with Inclination function calculates the target distance with the aid of two measured
distances and an angle of inclination.
7.4.1 Trapezoid function (3 distances)
NOTE
When measuring an inclination, do not tilt the tool to
the side. To avoid measuring errors when tilted, the
corresponding warning is shown in the display and the
measurement cannot be taken.
Each step when using the Trapezoid with Inclination
function is indicated graphically in the display. In order
to make use of the Trapezoid with Inclination function
you need two distances and an angle. For example, to
determine the length of a roof, proceed as follows:
1. Select Trapezoid with Inclination from the group of
special functions.
2. Aim the range meter at the target.
3. Press the “Measure” button.
The first distance is measured and displayed in the
intermediate result line.
The graphic display then automatically prompts you
to measure the second distance.
4. Aim the range meter at the target.
5. Press the “Measure” button.
The second distance is measured and displayed in
the intermediate result line. The angle of inclination
is measured at the same time.
The target distance is calculated immediately and
shown in the result line.
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7.5 Pythagoras functions
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NOTE
A reduced level of accuracy, much lower than the level
of accuracy of the tool itself, must generally be expected
when the indirect measuring method is used. In order to
obtain the best results, care must be taken regarding the
geometry of the situation (i.e. right angles and triangle
relationships). Best results are obtained when the tool
is aimed carefully at the corners of the object, when all
points are within the same plane and when the measurements are taken from a location not too far away from
the object.
NOTE
The system checks whether the geometric relationship
allows a result to be calculated. An invalid result, caused
by inadequate geometric conditions, is indicated by a
warning triangle in the result line. In this case, one or
more of the distances must be remeasured.
NOTE
When taking indirect measurements, make sure that all
measurements are taken in a horizontal or vertical plane.
A distance can be measured indirectly by taking several
measurements and the result then calculated using the
Pythagoras rule. The Single Pythagoras method uses a
triangle with two measured distances. The Double Pythagoras method uses two adjoining triangles. The Combined Pythagoras method uses the differential between
two triangles.
7.5.1 Single Pythagoras
5.
Press the “Measure” button.
The second distance is measured and displayed in
the intermediate result line. The target distance is
immediately calculated and displayed in the result
line.
7.5.2 Double Pythagoras
Follow the symbols in the display. The blinking side of
the triangle indicates the measurement to be taken. When
the required distances have been measured, the result is
then calculated and shown in the result line.
1. Select the Double Pythagoras function from the
group of Pythagoras functions.
2. Aim the range meter at the target.
3. Press the “Measure” button.
The first distance is measured and displayed in the
intermediate result line.
The graphic display then automatically prompts you
to measure the second distance.
4. Aim the range meter at the target.
NOTE In order to achieve accurate results, take care
to ensure that the second distance is measured at
right angles to the target distance.
5. Press the “Measure” button.
The second distance is measured and displayed in
the intermediate result line.
The graphic display then automatically prompts you
to measure the third distance.
6. Aim the range meter at the target.
7. Press the “Measure” button.
The third distance is measured and displayed in the
intermediate result line.
The target distance is immediately calculated and
displayed in the result line.
7.5.3 Combined Pythagoras
Follow the symbols in the display. The blinking side of
the triangle indicates the measurement to be taken. When
the required distances have been measured, the result is
then calculated and shown in the result line.
1. Select the Single Pythagoras function from the
group of Pythagoras functions.
2. Aim the range meter at the target.
3. Press the “Measure” button.
The first distance is measured and displayed in the
intermediate result line.
The graphic display then automatically prompts you
to measure the second distance.
4. Aim the range meter at the target.
NOTE In order to achieve accurate results, take care
to ensure that the second distance is measured at
right angles to the target distance.
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Follow the symbols in the display. The blinking side of
the triangle indicates the measurement to be taken. When
the required distances have been measured, the result is
then calculated and shown in the result line.
1. Select the Combined Pythagoras function from the
group of Pythagoras functions.
2. Aim the range meter at the target.
3. Press the “Measure” button.
The first distance is measured and displayed in the
intermediate result line.
The graphic display then automatically prompts you
to measure the second distance.
4.
5.
6.
7.
Aim the range meter at the target.
Press the “Measure” button.
The second distance is measured and displayed in
the intermediate result line.
Aim the range meter at the target.
NOTE In order to achieve accurate results, take care
to ensure that the third distance is measured at right
angles to the target distance.
Press the “Measure” button.
The third distance is measured and displayed in
the intermediate result line. The target distance is
calculated immediately and shown in the result line.
1.
2.
3.
Select the Indirect Horizontal Distance function from
the Indirect Measurement group.
Aim the range meter at the target.
Press the “Measure” button.
The distance and angle of inclination are measured
and shown in the intermediate result line.
The target distance is calculated immediately and
shown in the result line.
7.6.2 Indirect Vertical Distance (2 angles, 2
distances)
7.6 Indirect measurements
NOTE
A reduced level of accuracy, much lower than the level
of accuracy of the tool itself, must generally be expected
when the indirect measuring method is used. In order to
obtain the best results, care must be taken regarding the
geometry of the situation (i.e. right angles and triangle
relationships). Best results are obtained when the tool
is aimed carefully at the corners of the object, when all
points are within the same plane and when the measurements are taken from a location not too far away from
the object.
NOTE
For accurate results, calibrate the inclination sensor before using these functions.
NOTE
When measuring an inclination, do not tilt the tool to
the side. To avoid measuring errors when tilted, the
corresponding warning is shown in the display and the
measurement cannot be taken.
NOTE
When taking indirect measurements, make sure that all
measurements are taken in a horizontal or vertical plane.
Indirect measurements can be used to determine distances that cannot be measured directly. There are several ways in which distances can be measured indirectly.
7.6.1 Indirect Horizontal Distance (1 angle, 1
distance)
This function is particularly useful in situations where
a horizontal distance requires to be measured but the
target is obstructed by an obstacle. Follow the graphical
display, which indicates the distance to be measured.
After measuring the necessary distance and angle, the
result is calculated and shown in the result line.
This function is particularly useful in situations where a
vertical distance on a wall requires to be measured but
no direct access to the wall is possible (e.g. floor to floor
height on the facade of a building). Follow the graphical
display, which indicates the distances to be measured.
After measuring the two distances necessary and the
angles of inclination, the result is calculated and shown
in the result line.
1. Select the Indirect Vertical Distance function from
the Indirect Measurement group.
2. Aim the range meter at the target.
3. Press the “Measure” button.
The first distance and angle are measured and
shown in the intermediate result line.
The graphic display then automatically prompts you
to measure the second distance.
4. Aim the range meter at the target.
5. Press the “Measure” button.
The distance and angle of inclination are measured
and shown in the intermediate result line.
The target distance is calculated immediately and
shown in the result line.
7.6.3 Indirect Measurement on Ceilings (2 angles, 2
distances)
NOTE
Take care to ensure that the measured points and the
point at which the tool is positioned all lie on the same
vertical plane.
This function is particularly suitable for use in situations
where a distance on a ceiling requires to be measured. Follow the graphical display, which indicates the
distances to be measured. After measuring the two distances necessary and the angles of inclination, the result
is calculated and shown in the result line.
1. Select the Indirect Measurement on Ceilings function from the Indirect Measurement group.
2. Aim the range meter at the target.
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Press the “Measure” button.
The first distance and angle are measured and
shown in the intermediate result line.
The graphic display then automatically prompts you
to measure the second distance.
Aim the range meter at the target.
Press the “Measure” button.
The distance and angle of inclination are measured
and shown in the intermediate result line.
The target distance is calculated immediately and
shown in the result line.
7.7 Special functions
7.7.1 Inclination function
NOTE
The reference surface for the inclination sensor is the
underside of the tool (battery compartment).
The current inclination is shown graphically and numerically when using the Inclination function. Depending on
how the angle units are configured in the settings, the current inclination is shown in degrees, percent or mm/m. If
you press the “Measure” button when using this function,
the current angle of inclination is saved.
7.7.2 Painter’s Area
The Painter’s Area function is used, for example, to
determine the surface area of the walls in a room. This
is done by determining the total length of all walls and
multiplying this figure by the height of the room.
1. Select Painter’s Area from the group of special functions.
2. Aim the tool at the target to measure the first room
length.
3. Press the “Measure” button.
The first distance is measured and displayed in the
intermediate result line.
4. Aim the tool at the target for the next room length
and press the “Measure” button to take the measurement.
The second distance is measured and displayed in
the intermediate result line. The intermediate result
shown in bold is the total of the room lengths.
5. Repeat this procedure until all room lengths have
been measured.
6. When all room lengths have been measured, press
the right arrow button to switch to room height.
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8.
Confirm by pressing the “Measure” button.
Aim the tool at the target for room height and press
the “Measure” button to take the measurement. The
room height is measured and displayed in the intermediate result line. The painter’s area is calculated
immediately and shown in the result line.
NOTE Other areas may be added to or subtracted
from the painter's area. Use the right or left arrow
buttons to select plus or minus. Confirm by pressing
the “Measure” button. Then measure the length and
width of the area. The area is calculated immediately
and added to or subtracted from the painter’s area.
In the display you will see the result of the original
painter’s area calculation, the last length and width
measurements and resulting area, as well as the
newly calculated area to be added to or subtracted
from the painter’s area.
7.7.3 The Setting Out function
The tool can be used to indicate given distances, e.g.
when setting out and marking the position of drywall
framing.
1. Select the Setting Out function from the group of
special functions.
2. Enter the distance manually.
3. In order to enter the distance manually, use the
left or right arrow buttons to select the keyboard
symbol.
4. Confirm by pressing the “Measure” button.
5. Use the right or left arrow buttons to select the
corresponding digits.
6. Confirm the digits by pressing the “Measure” button.
7. To confirm the value, select the “tick” symbol in the
lower right corner.
8. Then use the left or right arrow buttons to select the
flag symbol.
NOTE The distance you have entered will then be
shown between the two flags.
9. Press the “Measure” button to begin measuring. The
arrows in the display indicate the direction in which
the tool must be moved.
When the target distance is reached, black arrows
appear above and below the distance shown in the
display.
10. To set out the next distance increment, simply move
the tool further in the same direction.
The number of distance increments you have already
set out is shown on the right.
11. Press the “Measure” button to stop measuring.
NOTE When the distance to be set out is reached,
the currently used measuring reference is shown in
the display to aid marking.
NOTE As an alternative to entering the distance
manually, the distance to be set out may also be
measured with the tool. To do this, select the symbol
for single measurement and confirm your choice
by pressing the “Measure ” button. You can then
measure the distance you wish to set out.
“Measure” button, the measurement will be taken after a
delay of 2 seconds. To adjust the timer to a delay of 5
or 10 seconds, use the right arrow button to move to the
symbol that shows the seconds. The “Measure” button
can then be used to set the timer delay time. Use the right
or left arrow buttons to return to the “Measure” symbol
in order to take the delayed measurement. The timer can
be stopped by pressing the “C” button.
7.7.6 Offset function
7.7.4 Min/Max Delta function
The “Maximum” function is used mainly to determine
the length of diagonals, while the “Minimum” function
is used to check parallels and set up objects parallel to
each other, or to take measurements in situations where
access is difficult.
The “Maximum” function makes use of continuous measuring mode. The value shown in the display is updated
whenever the measured distance increases.
The “Minimum” function also makes use of continuous
measuring mode. The value shown in the display is updated whenever the measured distance decreases.
By combining the “Maximum” and “Minimum” functions,
differences in distance can be determined very quickly,
easily and reliably. The distance between a pipe and
a ceiling, or the distance between two objects even in
inaccessible locations, can thus be easily and reliably
determined.
1.
2.
3.
4.
Select the Min/Max Delta function from the group of
special functions.
Aim the range meter at the target.
Press the “Measure” button.
The tool begins measuring in continuous measuring
mode.
The values shown in the MIN and MAX display areas
are then updated whenever the measured distance
increases or decreases.
The difference between Min and Max is calculated
in the Delta field.
Press the “Measure” button to stop measuring.
The last distances measured are shown in the results
line.
7.7.5 Timer
The timer function works like the self-timer on a camera.
When you activate the timer function and then press the
The Offset function automatically adds or subtracts a
predefined value to or from all measurements. This value
can be entered manually or measured.
1. Select Offset from the group of special functions.
2. In order to enter the distance manually, use the
left or right arrow buttons to select the keyboard
symbol.
3. Confirm by pressing the “Measure” button.
4. Use the right or left arrow buttons to select the
corresponding digits.
5. Confirm the digits by pressing the “Measure” button.
6. To confirm the value, select the “tick” symbol in the
lower right corner.
7. Then use the left or right arrow buttons to select
the Offset symbol. The offset you have chosen will
then be shown in the upper area of the display.
The chosen offset will then be added to or subtracted from every measurement you take (depending
whether the value entered is preceded by a plus or
minus sign).
NOTE As an alternative to entering the offset distance manually, the offset may also be measured
with the tool. To do this, select the symbol for single
measurement and confirm your choice by pressing
the “Measure ” button. You can then measure the
desired offset distance.
7.7.7 Data memory
The tool saves measurements and the results of calculations continuously while in operation. Depending on the
scope of the function used, a total of up to 30 values,
including graphic symbols, are saved in this way.
When data memory is already filled with the 30 previous
sets of displayed data, the “oldest” set of data is deleted
when a new set of displayed data is saved.
Data memory can be completely cleared by pressing the
“C” button for approx. 2 seconds while data memory is
displayed.
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8 Care and maintenance
2.
8.1 Cleaning and drying
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2.
3.
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4.
Blow dust off the lenses.
Do not touch the lens with the fingers.
Use only a clean, soft cloth for cleaning. If necessary,
moisten the cloth slightly with pure alcohol or a little
water.
NOTE Do not use any other liquids as these may
damage the plastic components.
The temperature limits for storage of your equipment
must be observed, especially in winter / summer.
3.
8.2 Storage
Remove the tool from its case if it has become wet.
The tool, its carrying case and accessories should be
cleaned and dried (at maximum 40°C / 104°F). Repack
the equipment only once it is completely dry.
Check the accuracy of the equipment before it is used
after a long period of storage or transportation.
Remove the batteries from the tool before storing it for a
long period. Leaking batteries may damage the tool.
8.3 Transport
Use the Hilti packaging or packaging of equivalent quality
for transporting or shipping your equipment.
8.4 Calibration and adjustment of the laser
8.4.1 Calibration of the laser
Monitoring of measuring equipment for users certified in
accordance with ISO 900X: As specified in ISO 900X, you
may carry out the inspection and testing of the PD-E laser
range meter yourself (see ISO 17123-4: Field procedures
for testing geodetic and surveying instruments: Part 4,
electro-optical distance meters).
1. Select a readily accessible measuring distance of a
known length (approx. 1 to 5 meters / 3 to 15 feet)
which does not change over time and measure the
same distance 10 times.
Determine the mean deviation from the known distance. This value should be within the specified
accuracy tolerance for the tool.
Keep a record of this value and note the date when
the next test is due.
NOTE Repeat this test at regular intervals as well as
before and after important measuring tasks.
NOTE Apply a test and inspection confirmation
sticker to the PD-E and keep a record of the entire monitoring, test and inspection procedure and
the results.
NOTE Please refer to the technical data contained
in the operating instructions and the information
concerning measuring accuracy.
8.4.2 Adjustment of the laser
To ensure correct adjustment of the laser range meter we
recommend that it is returned to a Hilti Service Center
for calibration. Accurate adjustment of the tool will be
confirmed by a calibration certificate.
8.4.3 Hilti calibration service
We recommend that the tool is checked by the Hilti calibration service at regular intervals in order to verify its
reliability in accordance with standards and legal requirements.
Use can be made of the Hilti calibration service at any
time, but checking at least once a year is recommended.
The calibration service provides confirmation that the
tool is in conformance, on the day it is tested, with the
specifications given in the operating instructions.
The tool will be readjusted if deviations from the manufacturer’s specification are found. After checking and
adjustment, a calibration sticker applied to the tool and
a calibration certificate provide written verification that
the tool operates in accordance with the manufacturer’s
specification.
Calibration certificates are always required by companies
certified according to ISO 900x.
Your local Hilti Center or representative will be pleased
to provide further information.
9 Troubleshooting
Fault
Possible cause
Remedy
The tool can’t be switched on.
The batteries are exhausted.
Replace the batteries.
Incorrect battery polarity.
The button is faulty.
Insert the batteries correctly and
close the battery compartment cover.
Return the tool to Hilti for repair.
No distances displayed by the
tool.
“Measure” button was not pressed.
Press the “Measure” button.
Faulty display.
Return the tool to Hilti for repair.
Frequent error messages or the
tool doesn’t measure.
The target surface is too brightly lit by
the sun.
The target surface is too shiny.
Use the PDA 50/ PDA 51/ PDA 52
target plate.
Take measurements from less shiny
surfaces.
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Fault
Possible cause
Remedy
Frequent error messages or the
tool doesn’t measure.
The target surface is too dark.
Temperature symbol in the display
General hardware fault - symbol
in the display
The temperature is too high or too
low.
Hardware fault
Use the PDA 50/ PDA 51/ PDA 52
target plate.
Measure from the other direction –
sun from behind.
Allow the tool to cool down or warm
up.
Switch the tool off and on again. If the
fault persists, contact Hilti Service.
Bright sunlight towards the tool.
10 Disposal
WARNING
Improper disposal of the equipment may have serious consequences:
The burning of plastic components generates toxic fumes which may present a health hazard.
Batteries may explode if damaged or exposed to very high temperatures, causing poisoning, burns, acid burns or
environmental pollution.
Careless disposal may permit unauthorized and improper use of the equipment. This may result in serious personal
injury, injury to third parties and pollution of the environment.
Most of the materials from which Hilti tools or appliances are manufactured can be recycled. The materials must
be correctly separated before they can be recycled. In many countries, Hilti has already made arrangements for
taking back old tools and appliances for recycling. Ask Hilti customer service or your Hilti representative for further
information.
For EC countries only
Do not dispose of electrical appliances together with household waste.
In observance of the European Directive on waste electrical and electronic equipment and its implementation in accordance with national law, electrical appliances and batteries that have reached the end of
their life must be collected separately and returned to an environmentally compatible recycling facility.
Dispose of the batteries in accordance with national regulations.
11 Manufacturer’s warranty - tools
Hilti warrants that the tool supplied is free of defects in
material and workmanship. This warranty is valid so long
as the tool is operated and handled correctly, cleaned
and serviced properly and in accordance with the Hilti
Operating Instructions, and the technical system is maintained. This means that only original Hilti consumables,
components and spare parts may be used in the tool.
This warranty provides the free-of-charge repair or replacement of defective parts only over the entire lifespan
of the tool. Parts requiring repair or replacement as a
result of normal wear and tear are not covered by this
warranty.
Additional claims are excluded, unless stringent national rules prohibit such exclusion. In particular, Hilti
is not obligated for direct, indirect, incidental or consequential damages, losses or expenses in connection with, or by reason of, the use of, or inability to
use the tool for any purpose. Implied warranties of
merchantability or fitness for a particular purpose are
specifically excluded.
For repair or replacement, send the tool or related parts
immediately upon discovery of the defect to the address
of the local Hilti marketing organization provided.
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This constitutes Hilti’s entire obligation with regard to
warranty and supersedes all prior or contemporaneous
comments and oral or written agreements concerning
warranties.
12 EC declaration of conformity (original)
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Designation:
Type:
Generation:
Year of design:
Laser range meter
PD-I
Hilti Corporation, Feldkircherstrasse 100,
FL‑9494 Schaan
01
2012
We declare, on our sole responsibility, that this product
complies with the following directives and standards:
2006/95/EC, 2006/66/EC, 2004/108/EC, 2011/65/EU,
EN ISO 12100.
Paolo Luccini
Head of BA Quality and Process Management
Business Area Electric Tools & Accessories
06/2013
Technical documentation filed at:
Hilti Entwicklungsgesellschaft mbH
Zulassung Elektrowerkzeuge
Hiltistrasse 6
86916 Kaufering
Deutschland
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Head of BU Measuring Systems
BU Measuring Systems
06/2013
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