TriPlus Autosampler Preinstallation Guide

TriPlus Autosampler Preinstallation Guide
Gas Chromatography
TriPlus
Site Preparation and Installation
Requirements
Preinstallation Requirements
Guide
P/N 317 110 42 Revision B April 2009
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Contents
Chapter 1
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Writing Conventions for TriPlus . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
Entrance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
Space and Load Requirements. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
GC System + TriPlus Configuration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
GC System + TriPlus Configuration Space and Mass
Requirements. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
Power Requirements . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
Power Line . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
Power Module. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
Wall Outlets . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
Technical Assistance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13
Operating Environment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14
Environmental Conditions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14
Cooling Requirements . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14
Instrument Arrival. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15
Shipping Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15
Receiving Instruments. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15
Installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16
Training . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16
Installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16
Verify Site Preparation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17
Unpacking the Instrument . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17
Lift and Carry the X and Y Axes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17
TriPlus Autosampler Components . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17
Installation Process . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18
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This guide gives you the information you need to prepare your site for the installation of the
TriPlus autosampler.
Contents
• Entrance
• Space and Load Requirements
• Power Requirements
• Technical Assistance
• Operating Environment
• Instrument Arrival
• Installation
• Installation Process
CAUTION This guide does not includes the information to prepare your lab for the
installation of your gas chromatographic system. You can find all the instruction in the
Site Preparation and Installation Manual of your GC system.
TriPlus autosampler operates reliably under controlled environment conditions. Operating or
maintaining a system outside the specifications outlined in this guide may cause many
different types of system failures. The repair of such failures is specifically excluded from the
standard warranty and service contract coverage.
Note In addition to the information in this guide, you must also obey the building and
safety rules and regulations for construction that apply in your area.
Writing Conventions for TriPlus
As X-axis the longitudinal crossrail is intended.
As Y-axis the orthogonal crossrail is intended.
As Z-axis the turret is intended.
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Entrance
Entrance
The entrance to your facility and the width of all hallways, elevators, and doorways should be
at least 80 cm (32 in.). However, you should allow additional room for maneuvering the system
around corners, into elevators, or through doorways.
TriPlus autosampler is shipped in a container with these approximate dimensions:
Table 1. Container Dimensions
Container
Length
Width
Height
Mass
TriPlus with standard X-axis
80 cm
(32 in.)
100 cm
(40 in.)
42 cm
(17 in.)
45-55 kg
(99-122 lbs)
TriPlus with extended X-axis
80 cm
(32 in.)
140 cm
(56 in.)
67 cm
(27 in.)
60 kg
(132 lbs)
Space and Load Requirements
TriPlus autosampler has to be installed on the top of the GC. Use the following table to verify
and determine the space and mass requirements for the instrument of your GC system.
IMPORTANT The measure reported in the tables are rounding-up for excess.
The tables do not include optional instruments e.g. computers, printers, etc. The GC
system should be placed on a workbench that has minimum dimensions of 0.75×2 m
(2.5×6 ft.). The workbench must also be capable of supporting the mass of the GC
system, TriPlus and eventual optional instruments.
The area behind the instrument should be a minimum of 30 cm (12 in.).
Before switching on TriPlus, move the crossrails to verify the absence of obstacles
during the moviments of the sampler.
Table 2. Space and Mass Requirements
Instrument
Height
Width
Depth
Mass
cm
in.
cm
in.
cm
in.
kgs
lbs
TriPlus (standard X-axis)
67
27
87 (1)
35
78 (2)
31
25(3)
56
TriPlus (extended X-axis)
67
27
122(1) 48
78 (2)
31
30(3)
67
(1) The width is referred to the longitudinal crossrail (X-axis).
(2) 200 mm (8 in.) of the orthogonal crossrail (Y-axis) are protruding the rear of the GC.
(3) It includes the maximum configuration and the power module.
GC System + TriPlus Configuration
The main GC System +TriPlus configurations are reported in Table 3:
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Table 3. GC System +TriPlus Configurations
Configuration
Description
TRACE GC Ultra + TriPlus
(Use TriPlus with standard or extended X-axis)
TRACE GC Ultra + TRACE GC Ultra + TriPlus
(Use TriPlus with standard or extended X-axis)
FOCUS GC + TriPlus
(Use TriPlus with standard or extended X-axis)
FOCUS GC + FOCUS GC + TriPlus
(Use TriPlus with standard or extended X-axis)
FOCUS GC + TRACE GC Ultra+ TriPlus
(Use TriPlus with standard or extended X-axis)
DSQ II + TRACE GC Ultra+ TriPlus
PolarisQ+ TRACE GC Ultra + TriPlus
(Use TriPlus with standard or extended X-axis)
DSQ II + FOCUS GC + TriPlus
PolarisQ + FOCUS GC + TriPlus
(Use TriPlus with standard or extended X-axis)
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Table 3. GC System +TriPlus Configurations, continued
Configuration
Description
TRACE GC + DSQ II + TRACE GC Ultra+ TriPlus
TRACE GC + PolarisQ + TRACE GC Ultra+ TriPlus
(Only use TriPlus with extended X-axis)
FOCUS GC + DSQ II + TRACE GC Ultra+ TriPlus
FOCUS GC + PolarisQ + TRACE GC Ultra+ TriPlus
(Only use TriPlus with extended X-axis)
GC System + TriPlus Configuration Space and Mass Requirements
TriPlus autosampler has to be installed on the top of the GC. Use the following tables to
determine the space and mass requirements according to your GC system + TriPlus
configuration.
IMPORTANT The dimensions reported in the tables are rounding-up for excess.
Table 4. Overall Dimensions of the GC System + TriPlus with Standard X Axis Configuration
Configuration
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Height
Width
Depth
Mass
cm
in.
cm
In.
cm
In.
kg
lbs
TRACE GC + TriPlus
112
45
87
35
86
34
73
161
TRACE GC + TRACE GC Ultra+ TriPlus
112
45
131
52
86
34
121
267
FOCUS GC + TriPlus
112
45
87
35
73
29
55
122
FOCUS GC + FOCUS GC + TriPlus
112
45
110
44
73
29
85
188
FOCUS GC + TRACE GC Ultra + TriPlus
112
45
100
43
86
34
103
227
DSQ II + TRACE GC Ultra + TriPlus
112
45
128
51
86
34
118
260
PolarisQ + TRACE GC Ultra + TriPlus
112
45
123
49
86
34
118
260
DSQ II + FOCUS GC + TriPlus
112
45
128
51
73
29
100
221
PolarisQ + FOCUS GC + TriPlus
112
45
123
49
73
29
100
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Table 5. Overall Dimensions of the GC System + TriPlus with Extended X Axis Configuration
Configuration
Height
Width
Depth
Mass
cm
in.
cm
In.
cm
In.
kg
lbs
TRACE GC Ultra + TriPlus
112
45
122 48
86
34
78
172
TRACE GC Ultra + TriPlus
112
45
131 52
86
34
126
278
FOCUS GC + TriPlus
112
45
122 48
73
29
60
133
FOCUS GC + FOCUS GC + TriPlus
112
45
122 48
73
29
90
199
FOCUS GC + TRACE GC Ultra + TriPlus
112
45
122 48
86
34
108
238
DSQ II + TRACE GC Ultra + TriPlus
112
45
128 51
86
34
123
272
PolarisQ + TRACE GC Ultra + TriPlus
112
45
123 49
86
34
123
272
DSQ II + FOCUS GC + TriPlus
112
45
128 51
73
29
105
232
PolarisQ + FOCUS GC + TriPlus
112
45
123 49
73
29
105
232
TRACE GC Ultra + DSQ II+ TRACE GC Ultra + TriPlus
112
45
161 64
86
34
171
377
FOCUS GC + DSQ II+ TRACE GC Ultra + TriPlus
112
45
135 53
86
34
153
336
TRACE GC Ultra + PolarisQ + TRACE GC Ultra + TriPlus
112
45
156 62
86
34
171
377
FOCUS GC + PolarisQ + TRACE GC Ultra + TriPlus
112
45
130 52
86
34
171
377
Power Requirements
This paragraph gives details on the power requirements.
Power Line
CAUTION The power line and the connections between the instruments must maintain
good electrical grounding. Poor grounding represents a danger for the operator and may
seriously affect the instrument performance.
Do not connect the TriPlus autosampler to lines feeding devices of a heavy-duty nature,
such as motors, UV lamps, refrigerators, air compressors and other devices that can
generate disturbances.
Pay attention not to leave any cable connecting the sampling unit and the
chromatographic system or the power cord close to the GC hot air vents.
Power Module
The TriPlus autosampler must be electrically supplied by using a dedicated power supply
module.
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CAUTION The Power Module should be placed on a sturdy, level bench with adequate
access to the main power switch.
Front Panel
The front panel consists of an indicator, as shown in Figure 1, which lights up when the power
module is switched On.
Figure 1.
Power Module Front Panel
1. Light Indicator
Rear Panel
The rear panel includes the parts shown in Figure 2.
Figure 2.
Power Module Rear Panel
5
MAINS
LAN
2
RESET TO
DEFAULT IP
1
100Mbps
10Mbps
SAMPLER
SUPPLY
3
115 Vac Fuse T 4 A
230 Vac Fuse T 2 A
4
Where:
1 = On/Off Switch
2 = Voltage Selector
3 = Power Supply Lead
4 = 25-pin connector marked SAMPLER SUPPLY to electrically supply the autosampler.
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5 = Option marked LAN (Local Area Network) for the network connection of the TriPlus
autosampler.
LAN Option
To set the IP address and the LAN communication port, follow the instructions reported in
the TriPlus Autosampler Operating Manual.
Electrical Specifications
Power Supply
Fuses
115/230 V ac +/-10%; 50/60 Hz; 220 VA.
Selectable through a Voltage Selector after replacing the appropriate fuses.
• 4A time-lag IEC127/III (5 x 20 mm) for 115 Vac power supply
• 2A time-lag IEC127/III (5 x 20 mm) for 230 Vac power supply
Voltage Selector
The configuration of the instrument power supply is determined by the position of the voltage
selector 2 of Figure 3. The selector is protected by a removable cover provided with a small
window through which the selected power can be read.
Voltage Selector Position
Description
115
115 V ac +/- 10% power supply
230
230 V ac +/- 10% power supply
The voltage selector is factory configured to 230 V. Before connecting the Power Module to
the power supply, make sure that the selector configuration is compatible with the mains
power. In case it is not, change the voltage configuration.
 To Change the Voltage Configuration
CAUTION Before changing the configuration of the Voltage Selector verify that the power
cable has been disconnected.
1. Remove the cover.
2. Take the voltage selector out of its seat. The selector appears as schematically shown in
Figure 3.
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Figure 3.
Voltage Selector Configuration
A and B are the front views with
the fuses F of the Selector in 230
Vac configuration.
C and D are the front views with
the fuses F of the Selector in 115
Vac configuration.
3. Remove the existing fuses.
4. Install those suitable for the new configuration in the correct position according to the
information reported in“Electrical Specifications” on page 11.
Chapter 1.
5. Introduce the power selector into its seat
6. Put the cover on again.
Wall Outlets
The power cable from the power module is approximately 3 m (9 ft) long.
The 120 V ac systems are fitted with U.S. standard National Electronics Manufacturers
Association (NEMA) 5-20P power plugs. A NEMA 5-20P power plug and its corresponding
outlet are rated at 20 A and 125 V ac.
The power cables from the personal computer, monitor, and printer are approximately 2 m (6
ft) long. The 120 V ac systems are fitted with NEMA 5-15P plugs. For optional instruments,
the plug requirements may vary. Refer to your product’s user manual for specifications.
Figure 4 shows the NEMA power plugs and outlets.
Figure 4.
NEMA 5-20P and 5-15P Power Plugs and Outlets: 120 V ac
Outlet
Plug
NEMA 5-20P
Outlet
Plug
NEMA 5-15P
The 230 V ac systems are fitted with Shuco German-type power plugs. Plug requirements are
dictated by country. Figure 5 shows the Shuco power plug and outlet.
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Shuco 230 V ac Power Plugs and Outlets
Outlet
Plug
Shuco Plug
CAUTION You should never connect the GC system and the TriPlus to the same electrical
wall outlet. You will run the risk of overloading the circuit.
Table 6 shows maximum current requirements for TriPlus and GC system.
Table 6. Maximum Current Requirements for the GC + TriPlus Configuration
Instrument
Maximum
Current (A)
at 120 V ac
Maximum
Current (A)
at 230 V ac
TriPlus
2
1
TRACE GC Ultra + TriPlus
22
11
TRACE GC Ultra + TRACE GC Ultra + TriPlus
42
21
FOCUS GC + TriPlus
22
11
FOCUS GC + FOCUS GC + TriPlus
42
21
FOCUS GC + TRACE GC Ultra + TriPlus
42
21
DSQ II + TRACE GC Ultra + TriPlus
37
19
PolarisQ + TRACE GC Ultra + TriPlus
37
19
DSQ II + FOCUS GC + TriPlus
37
21
PolarisQ + FOCUS GC + TriPlus
37
21
TRACE GC Ultra + DSQ II+ TRACE GC Ultra + TriPlus
57
29
FOCUS GC + DSQ II+ TRACE GC Ultra + TriPlus
57
29
TRACE GC Ultra + PolarisQ + TRACE GC Ultra + TriPlus
57
31
FOCUS GC + PolarisQ + TRACE GC Ultra + TriPlus
57
31
Technical Assistance
Occasionally, unacceptable quality in line power sources may adversely affect the operation of
a GC system. It is the user’s responsibility to correct line voltage problems. Specifying power
conditioning equipment is a complex task that is best handled by a company or consultant
specializing in that field. Contact your Thermo Fisher Scientific Field Service Engineer (FSE)
for assistance in locating a power consultant.
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Operating Environment
Operating Environment
The operating environment in your laboratory is affected by such factors as temperature,
humidity, particulate matter, and electrostatic discharge. It is your responsibility to provide an
acceptable operating environment for your TriPlus autosampler. Attention to the operating
environment will ensure continued high performance of your TriPlus.
Environmental Conditions
• Internal use
• Up to 2000 meters altitude
• Temperature 18 to 30°C
• Maximum relative humidity between 30% and 85%
• Voltage variations must not exceed the nominal voltage by ± 10%
• Transient overloads in compliance with installation categories II
• Pollution degree according to IEC 664 (3.7.3) 2
• Protection degree IP00
Cooling Requirements
There must be a good flow of air around the system, and the air conditioning must be capable
of maintaining a constant temperature (within the operational limits). Any costs for air
conditioning are more than offset by good sample throughput and reduced repair costs.
CAUTION Do not directly expose the GC system to any cooling duct outlets.
The air conditioning load for a basic TriPlus autosampler is about 220 W (752 Btu h-1).
Table 7 shows the approximate heat output for the GC system.
Table 7. Heat Output: for GC + TriPlus Configuration
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Heat Output (in BTU h–1)
TriPlus
752
TRACE GC Ultra + TriPlus
7352
TRACE GC Ultra + TRACE GC Ultra + TriPlus
13952
FOCUS GC + TriPlus
2118
FOCUS GC + FOCUS GC + TriPlus
3484
FOCUS GC + TRACE GC Ultra + TriPlus
8718
DSQ II + TRACE GC Ultra + TriPlus
13502
PolarisQ + TRACE GC Ultra + TriPlus
9742
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Table 7. Heat Output: for GC + TriPlus Configuration, continued
Instrument
Heat Output (in BTU h–1)
DSQ II + FOCUS GC + TriPlus
8268
PolarisQ + FOCUS GC + TriPlus
4508
TRACE GC Ultra + DSQ II+ TRACE GC Ultra + TriPlus
20102
FOCUS GC + DSQ II+ TRACE GC Ultra + TriPlus
14868
TRACE GC Ultra + PolarisQ + TRACE GC Ultra + TriPlus
16342
FOCUS GC + PolarisQ + TRACE GC Ultra + TriPlus
11108
Instrument Arrival
This paragraph gives an overview of shipping and receiving procedures, installation, and
training. The information in this chapter will give you an idea of what to expect when your
TriPlus autosampler arrives.
Shipping Information
Instruments are shipped in the manner agreed upon at the time of sale. There are two
categories of shipping: Origin (FOB) and Destination (FOB, CIP, or CIF).
Origin
For instruments shipped Ex-Works, also known as FOB (Free On Board) Origin, damages
incurred in shipment are the responsibility of the purchaser and the carrier. However, Thermo
Fisher Scientific will assist with filing claims and (billable) repairs, if necessary.
Destination
There are two types of Destination shipping: CIP (Carriage and Insurance Paid to)
Destination and CIF (Carriage Insurance and Freight paid to) Destination. These are also
known as FOB Destination. For all types of Destination shipping, Thermo Fisher Scientific
will file claims against the carrier for any damages incurred in shipment. Note, however, that
Thermo Fisher Scientific will not accept liability for damage not recorded on the receiving
documents.
Receiving Instruments
Thermo Fisher Scientific instruments are shipped by electronic equipment carriers who
specialize in the handling of delicate equipment. Occasionally, however, equipment
inadvertently gets damaged in transit.
Please take the following precautions when receiving the instruments:
• Check carefully for obvious damage or evidence of rough handling, including triggering
of Shockwatch® and Tiltwatch™ labels.
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• If external damage is apparent, note this fact on all copies of the receiving documents, and
describe briefly the extent of the damage. The driver should sign (or initial) next to your
comments to signify agreement with your observations. It may be necessary to photograph
damaged areas for claims purposes. Contact the appropriate Thermo Fisher Scientific
office to report the damage.
• Move the cartons to a protected location, preferably to the installation site. Leave the boxes
as complete as possible, and do not unpack the components unless absolutely necessary.
The Field Service Engineer (FSE) will also check for damage and verify the completeness of
shipment. This will protect you in the event of missing or damaged components.
Note Freight insurance requires that obvious damage be noted on the receiving documents.
Installation
The FSE will unpack and completely install the system, including optional instruments. The
FSE will also initialize settings, verify that the system is operating according to specifications,
and familiarize you with the system. Contact your local Thermo Fisher Scientific office for
details.
If you have not purchased the installation option, refer to “Installation” on page 16, for
installation instructions.
Training
Valuable training on Thermo Fisher Scientific instruments and software is offered worldwide.
Experience has shown that maximum value can be derived from a scientific instrument if there
is one person who has a major responsibility for the instrument. We recommend that you
designate a key operator to manage the operation and maintenance of the TriPlus autosampler.
We also recommend that the key operator receive training at the Thermo Fisher Scientific
Institute, at your site, or at one of the local Thermo Fisher Scientific offices. For information
on courses or enrollment, contact the following Thermo Fisher Scientific office:
Thermo Fisher Scientific S.p.A.
Strada Rivoltana km 4
20090 Rodano (MI)
Italy
++39 02 95059 35
Installation
This paragraph contains unpacking instructions and a brief tutorial you must know before you
can continue the installation process.
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Verify Site Preparation
Before the TriPlus can be installed, your laboratory must be in compliance with the guidelines
and requirements reported in the Site Preparation and Installation Manual of your GC system
and in the “Space and Load Requirements” on page 6 of this manual.
Unpacking the Instrument
You should have already inspected the exterior of the shipping container for damage as
described in “Instrument Arrival” on page 15. Carefully unpack the instrument and do the
following:
1. Check the contents of each box or crate against the packing list to verify the shipment is
complete.
2. Inspect each item for damage.
a. If equipment is damaged, keep boxes and their equipment in their existing condition
and immediately notify the carrier.
b. Submit a damage claim directly to the carrier, and send a copy (including any
shortage claims) to your authorized Thermo Fisher Scientific sales representative.
c. Do not return any equipment to the dealer or the factory without prior factory
authorization.
Lift and Carry the X and Y Axes
This operation must be performed by TWO persons who must stand each on one side of the
X-axis and put their hands underneath it.
TriPlus Autosampler Components
According to the TriPlus configuration AS, HS or SPME, the following components are
available:
• Standard Vials tray with tray support
• Thermostatted (HC) Vials tray with tray support
• 4-solvent washing station
• 2-solvent washing station
• Fast washing station
• HS incubation oven
• Fiber conditioning station
• Bar code reader
• Fan station
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Table 8. Autosampler Components Accommodation Criteria
Option
TriPlus AS
TriPlus HS
TriPlus SPME
Injector into which the sample may be
introduced
S/SL, PTV, PKD,
PPKD, OCI
S/SL, PTV, PKD,
PPKD,
S/SL, PTV
2-solvents washing station
Yes
Yes
Yes
4-solvent washing station
Yes
Yes
Yes
Fast washing station
Yes
No
No
Standard sample tray
54 and 150 pos.
54 pos.
54 pos.
Thermostatted sample tray
33 and 96 pos.
No
No
Well plates sample tray
For 2 well plates
No
No
Incubation oven
No
Yes
Yes
Fiber conditioning
No
No
Yes
Installation Process
Start the installation process as described in the TriPlus Autosampler Operating Manual.
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