mikrome ia

user's guide
to
mikrome ia
board for PIC24
Compact development system rich with on-board peripherals for
all-round multimedia development on PIC24FJ256GB110 device
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Table of Contents
Introduction to mikromedia for PIC24
4
Programing with mikroProg™ programmer
16
Package Contains
5
mikroProg Suite™ for PIC Software
17
Key Features
6
Programing with
18
7
ICD2 or ICD3 programmer
18
8
6. microSD Card Slot
20
9
System Specification
1. USB power supply
2. Battery power supply
7. Flash Memory 21
3. PIC24FJ256GB110 Microcontroller
10
8. Touch Screen
22
Key microcontroller features
10
9. Audio Module
24
4. Programming the microcontroller
11
10. USB connection
26
Programming with mikroBootloader
12
11. Accelerometer
28
step 1 – Connecting mikromedia 12
12. Crystal oscillator
29
step 2 – Browsing for .hex file 13
13. Pads
30
step 3 – Select .hex file 13
14. Pinout
31
step 4 – .hex file uploading
14
15. Dimensions
32
step 5 – Finish upload
15
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4
PIC2
Introduction to mikromedia for
The mikromedia for PIC24 is a compact
development system with lots of on-board
peripherals which allow development of devices
with multimedia contents. The central part of
the system is a 16-bit PIC24FJ256GB110
microcontroller. The mikromedia for PIC24
features integrated modules such as stereo MP3
codec, TFT 320x240 touch screen display,
accelerometer, USB connector, MMC/SD card
slot and other. It comes preprogrammed with
USB bootloader, but can also be programmed
with external programmers, such as mikroProg
or ICD2/3. Mikromedia is compact and slim, and
perfectly fits in the palm of the hand, which
makes it convenient platform for mobile devices.
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Package Contains
Damage resistant
protective box
01
02
mikromedia for PIC24
development system
03
DVD with documentation
and examples
06
USB cable
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mikromedia for PIC24
user’s guide
05
mikromedia for PIC24
schematic
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Key Features
01 Connection Pads
02 TFT 320x240 display
03 USB MINI-B connector
04 LI-Polymer battery connector
05 3.5mm headphone connector
01
06 Power supply regulator
07 Serial Flash memmory
02
08 VS1053 Stereo mp3 coder/decoder
09 RESET button
10 PIC24FJ256GB110 microcontroller
11 Accelerometer
12 Crystal oscillator
13 Power indicator LED
14 microSD Card Slot
15 ICD2/3 connector
16 Mikroprog connector
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04
03
System Specification
05
power supply
06
Over a USB cable (5V DC)
07
power consumption
08
09
50mA in idle state
(when on-board modules are off)
10
board dimensions
8 x 6cm (3.14 x 2.36 inch)
11
weight
12
~50g (0.11 lbs)
13
14
15
16
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1. USB power supply
Figure 1-1:
Powering your
mikromedia board
with USB cable
You can provide power supply to the board using provided miniUSB connector. Onboard voltage regulator will make sure to generate the appropriate voltage levels to
each part of the board. Power LED will indicate the presence of power supply.
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2. Battery power supply
Figure 2-1:
Li-polymer
battery
connected to
mikromedia
VCC-USB
VCC-BAT
R43
R6
4K7
10K
D1
PMEG3010ER
M1
DMP2160UW
CN1
VCC-BAT
CN1 GND
VCC-3.3
R35
10K
4K7
4K7
BAT CONN
R39
4K7
LD2
RED
Figure 2-2:
Battery charger connection schematic
VSENSE
R34
VCC-SYS
VCC-3.3
VCC-3.3 VCC-BAT
10K
STAT
Q4
BC846
R37
R38
10K
Q5
BC846
10K
E5
R45
1K
10uF
1
2
3
10uF
C40
STAT
VSS
VBAT
PROG
VDD
5
4
R44
3K9
VCC-3.3
E4
R26
LD1
GREEN
2.2uF
U5
MCP73832
VCC-SYS
2K2
VCC-3.3
VCC-SYS
E7
R36
VSENSE
VCC-3.3
VCC-BAT
R49
10uF
1
VCC-SYS
E3
10uF
3
REG1
VIN GND 2
VOUT
LD29080DT33
You can also power the board using Li-Polymer battery, via on-board
battery connector. On-board battery charger circuit MCP73832 enables
you to charge the battery over USB connection. Charging current is
~250mA and charging voltage is 4.2V DC.
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3. PIC24FJ256GB110 Microcont
The mikromedia for PIC24 development system comes with the
PIC24FJ256GB110 microcontroller. This high-performance 16-bit
microcontroller with its integrated modules and in combination with
other on-board modules is ideal for multimedia applications.
16-bit ALU
Key microcontroller features
- Up to 16 MIPS Operation;
- 8 MHz Internal Oscillator;
- 256KB of program memory;
- 16,384 Bytes of RAM;
- 80 I/O pins;
- 4-UART, 3-SPI, 3-I2C;
- nanoWatt features;
16 MIPS
16-bit Core
PIC24
Addresse
Generation
17x17 MPY
Barrel
Shifter
JTAG
Register File
16x16
Memory Bu
s
Flash
(Up to 256K
B)
RAM
(Up to 96KB
EEPROM
(Up to 512B
)
)
DMA
Peripheral Bu
s
USB PMP
Analog
Comp.
- Flexible Addressing modes; etc.
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LCD
Segment
Drive
Watchdog
Integrated
Graphics
16-bit
Timers
ADC
10-Bit
16 ch.
Input
Capture
UART
CTMU
SPI
I2C
Out Comp.
/PWM
ller
4. Programming the microcontro
Figure 4-1:
PIC24FJ256GB110
Microcontroller
The microcontroller can be programmed in three ways:
01 Over USB HID mikroBootloader
02 Using mikroProg external programmer
03 Using ICD2/3 external programmer
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er
ad
Programming with mikroBootlo
step 1 – Connecting mikromedia
You can program the microcontroller with bootloader which is
preprogrammed into the device by default. To transfer .hex file
from a PC to MCU you need bootloader software (mikroBootloader
USB HID) which can be downloaded from:
01
http://www.mikroe.com/eng/products/view/587/
mikromedia-for-pic24-board/
02
After software is downloaded unzip it to desired location and
start mikroBootloader USB HID software.
Figure 3-1: mikroBootloader USB HID
01 Connect mikromedia board with a PC via USB cable and USB
icon will turn red.
02 Click the Connect button whitin 5s, otherwise existing
microcontroller program will execute.
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step 2 – Browsing for .hex file
step 3 – Select .hex file
01
01
01
Figure 3-2: Browse for HEX
Figure 3-3: Selecting HEX
01 Click on Browse for HEX button
01 Select .hex file via open window
02 Click on Open button
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step 4 – .hex file uploading
01
01
Figure 3-4: Begin uploading
Figure 3-5: Progress bar
01 To start .hex file uploading click on Begin uploading
button
01 You can monitor .hex file uploading via progress bar
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step 5 – Finish upload
01
Figure 3-7: mikroBootloader ready for next job
Figure 3-6: Restarting MCU
01 To finish uploading click on OK button
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Programing with mikroProg™
The microcontroller can be programmed with mikroProg programmer
programmer
and mikroProg Suite fo PIC software. The mikroProg programmer is
connected to the development system via the CN6 connector,
Figure 3-8.
Figure 3-8:
connecting
mikroProg
mikroProg™
is a fast USB 2.0
programmer with mikroICD
hardware In-Circuit Debugger.
Smart engineering allows mikroProg to
support PIC10, PIC12, PIC16, PIC18, dsPIC30/33,
PIC24 and PIC32 devices in a single programmer. It
supports over 570 microcontrollers from Microchip. Outstanding
performance, easy operation and elegant design are it’s key features.
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are
mikroProg Suite™ for PIC Softw
mikroProg™ programmer requires
special programming software called
mikroProg Suite™ for PIC®. This
software is used for programming
ALL of Microchip® microcontroller
families, including PIC10, PIC12,
PIC16, PIC18, dsPIC30/33, PIC24 and
PIC32. Software has intuitive interface
and
SingleClick™
programming
technology. Just by downloading the
latest version of mikroProg Suite™
your programmer is ready to program
new devices. mikroProg Suite™ is
updated regularly, at least four times a
year, so your programmer will be more
and more powerful with each new
release.
Figure 3-9: Main Window of mikroProg Suite for PIC programming software
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Programing with
ICD2 or ICD3 programmer
The microcontroller can be also programmed with ICD2 or
ICD3 programmer. These programmer is connected with
mikromedia board via ICD2 CONNECTOR BOARD.
Figure 5-2:
Connecting
ICD2 or ICD3
programmer
Figure 5-1:
Placing ICD2 connector
In order to enable the ICD2 and ICD3 programmers to be connected
to the development system, it is necessary to provide the appropriate
connector such as the ICD2 CONNECTOR BOARD. This connector should be
first soldered on the CN5 connector, Figure 5-1. Then you should plug in the ICD2
or ICD3 programmer into it, Figure 5-2.
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E9
10uF
VCC-3.3
MCLR#
MCLR#
PGD2
PGC2
MCLR#
VCC-3.3
GND
CN5
RST
M1X6
VCC-3.3
CN6
PGC2
PGD2
MCLR#
PGC2
PGD2
M1X5
VCC-3.3
Figure 5-3: ICD2 / ICD3 & mikroProg programmer connection schematic
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6. microSD Card Slot
Board contains microSD card slot for using microSD
cards in your projects. It enables you to store
large ammounts of data externally, thus saving
microcontroller memory. microSD cards use Serial
Peripheral Interface (SPI) for communication with
the microcontroller.
VCC-MMC
VCC-MMC
R11
10K
CN4
MMC CARD MICRO
+3.3V
SCK
GND
MISO2-MMC Dout
SCK2-RG6
MISO2-RG7
R16 27
SCK2-RG6
MISO2-RG7
MOSI2-RG8
SD-CD#
SD-CS#
VCC-MMC
VCC-MMC
R10
10K
R9
10K
MISO2-RG7
VCC-3.3
Figure 6-3:
Inserting microSD card
VCC-MMC
VCC-MMC
FP1
FERRITE
E6
C38
100nF
VCC-3.3
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10uF
CD
CS
Din
SD-CS#
MOSI2-RG8
G
Figure 6-2:
microSD Card Slot
module connection schematic
SD-CD#
Figure 6-1:
microSD card
7. Flash Memory
E9
10uF
VCC-3.3
R48
10K
FLASH-CS#
FLASH-CS#
SCK2-RG6
MISO2-RG7
MOSI2-RG8
SCK2-RG6
MOSI2-RG8
Figure 7-2:
Flash memory module
MISO2-RG7
FLASH-CS#
VCC-3.3
C37
100nF
VCC-3.3
Figure 7-1: Flash memory module connection schematic
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Since multimedia applications are
getting increasingly demanding, it is
necessary to provide additional memory
space to be used for storing more data.
The flash memory module enables the
microcontroller to use additional 8Mbit
flash memory. It is connected to the
microcontroller via the Serial Peripheral
Interface (SPI).
8. Touch Screen
The development system features a TFT
320x240 display covered with a resistive
touch panel. Together they form a functional
unit called a touch screen. It enables data to
be entered and displayed at the same time.
The TFT display is capable of showing data
in 262.000 diffe­rent colors.
Figure 8-1:
Touch Screen
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VCC-SYS
VCC-SYS
D2
Q2
BC846
LCDBLED
PMRD
PMWR
PMD1
PMD0
PMD4
PMD3
PMD2
LCDBLED
1K
R40
12
LCD-RST
Q3
BC846
PMD5
PMD6
PMD7
LCD-RS
VCC-3.3
E13
10uF
VCC-3.3
R25
VCC-3.3
PMD7
PMD6
PMD5
PMD4
PMD3
PMD2
PMD1
PMD0
LCD-RST
10K
R24
LCD-CS#
10K
R42
LCD-XL
PMRD
PMWR
LCD-RS
LCD-CS #
300K
C22
47nF
R41
LCD-YU
VCC-3.3
300K
LCD-CS#
LCD-YU
LCD-XL
LCD-YD
LCD-XR
C21
VCC-3.3
47nF
LCD-XR
LCD-YD
LCD-XL
LCD-YU
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
TFT1
LED-K
LED-A1
LED-A2
LED-A3
LED-A4
IM0
IM1
IM2
IM3
RESET
VSYNC
HSYNC
DOTCLK
ENABLE
DB17
DB16
DB15
DB14
DB13
DB12
DB11
DB10
DB9
DB8
DB7
DB6
DB5
DB4
DB3
DB2
DB1
DB0
SDO
SDI
RD
WR/SCL
RS
CS
FMARK
VCC-IO
VCC
VCC- I
GND
XR
YD
XL
YU
MI0283QT2
Figure 8-2: Touch Screen connection schematic
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TFT 320x240 display
R23
Q1
BC846
9. Audio Module
Figure 9-1:
On-board VS1053
MP3 codec
Figure 9-2:
Inserting 3.5mm
headphones jack
The mikromedia for PIC24 features MP3 codec audio controller VS1053. This
module enables audio reproduction by using stereo headphones connected to the
system via a 3.5mm connector CN2. All functions of this module are controlled by
the microcontroller over Serial Peripheral Interface (SPI).
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R28
LEFT
C13
RIGHT
1uF
10
RIGHT
AVDD0
AGND0
GBUF
AGND1
AVDD1
AGND2
LEFT
RCAP
GPIO1
DGND0
GPIO0
CVDD0
VS1053
IOVDD0
CVDD1
DREQ
XTEST
CVDD3
SCLK
GPIO3
TX
2.2uF
C19
E10
U3
GND
EN
ADJ
MIC5205-ADJ
22pF
5
4
R46
100K
470
R31
20
R47
220K
10uF
VCC-3.3
3.3nF
R17
100K
10nF
VCC-1.8
VCC-1.8
VCC-1.8
VCC-1.8
C4
C9
C10
C11
100nF
100nF
100nF
100nF
VCC-3.3
VCC-3.3
VCC-3.3
VCC-3.3
C23
C24
C26
C12
100nF
100nF
100nF
100nF
R50
0R
Figure 9-3: Audio module connection schematic
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L
C17
C16
C20
22pF
R32
LEFT
GPIO
R1
VOUT
VCC-3.3
10K
RIGHT
X2
12.288MHz
1
2
3
SCK2-RG6
R21
R19
10K
VCC-3.3
C29
MOSI2-RG8
CVDD2
XCS
DGND4
DGND3
DGND2
IOVDD2
XTALI
XTALO
GPIO5
DGND1
RX
GPIO7
IOVDD1
GPIO6
XDCS
MP3-DCS/BSYNC
MP3-CS#
VCC-1.8
R22 27
MISO2-RG7
SI
R20
10K
VCC-3.3
MISO2-MP3
SO
GPIO2
GPIO
MP3-RST#
MP3-DREQ
47nF
GND
XRESET
MP3-RST#
C14
GPIO4
MICN
R2
10K
SCK2-RG6
MISO2-RG7
MOSI2-RG8
AVDD2
LINE2
AGND3
MICP
PHONEJACK
R27
10
VCC-3.3 VCC-1.8
MP3-RST#
CN2
10
R29
GBUF
E9
10uF
VCO
MP3-CS#
MP3-DCS/BSYNC
VCC-3.3
R33
470
R30
20
C15
10nF
R
C18
3.3nF
R18
100K
10. USB connection
PIC24FJ256GB110 microcontroller has integrated USB OTG
module, which enables you to implement USB communication
functionality of your mikromedia board. Connection with
target USB host is done over miniUSB connector which is
positioned next to the battery connector.
Figure 10-1:
Connecting USB
cable to programming
connector
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E9
10uF
USB-DET
R14
100
CN3
USB-ID
USBDP
USBDM
VCC-USB
SCK2-RG6
FP2
USB MINI B
FERRITE
C28
10nF
MOSI2-RG8
VCC-3.3
USBDP
E4
USBDM
10uF
USB-DET
1
VCC-SYS
USB-ID
E3
10uF
VCC-3.3
Figure 10-2: USB module connection schematic
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3
REG1
VIN GND 2
VOUT
LD29080DT33
11. Accelerometer
On board ADXL345 accelerometer is used to
measure acceleration in three axis: x- y- and z-.
The acceleromer’s function is defined by the user in
the program loaded into the microcontroller. Communication
between the accelerometer and the microcontroller is performed
over the I2C interface.
E9
10uF
VCC-3.3
U9
VCC
SCLK
GND
SDI
NC
SCL2-RA2
SDA2-RA3
GND
J1
ACC ADDRESS
SDO/ADR
VCC-3.3
NC
GND
NC
VCC
INT2
CS
INT1
SMD JUMPER
ADXL345
SDA2-RA3
SCL2-RA2
Figure 11-1:
Accelerometer
module
SDA2-RA3
SCL2-RA2
VCC-3.3 VCC-3.3
R12
10K
VCC-3.3
R13
10K
VCC-3.3
C32
C33
100nF
100nF
VCC-3.3
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Figure 11-2: Accelerometer connection schematic
12. Crystal oscillator
Board is equipped with 8Mhz crystal
oscillator circuit that provides external
clock to the microcontroller OSC pins. This base
frequency is suitable for further PLL clock multipliers
and ideal for generation of necessary USB clock, which
ensures proper operation of bootloader and your custom USBbased applications.
C30
C31
Figure 12-1:
Crystal oscillator module
Figure 12-2: Crystal oscillator schematic
VCC-3.3
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13. Pads
RD13
RD12
RX-RD3
LCD-BLED
TX-RD1
RD7
RD6
RG0
RG1
RF1
RF0
MP3-CS#
RG14
RG13
L
R
RD9
RF2
RF4
RF5
RF8
RF13
RA0
RA1
RE8
RE9
RD8
RD11
RG0
RG1
RF0
RF1
RX-RD3
TX-RD1
SCL2-RA2
SDA2-RA3
MP3-DCS/BSYNC
E9
10uF
MOSI1-RD0
SCK1-SD10
RD9
RD8
SDA1-RA15
SCL1-RA14
FLASH-CS#
STAT
MISO1-RC4
SCK2-RG6
MISO2-RG7
MOSI2-RG8
USBDM
RF8
RF2
RF4
RF5
RF14
RA1
RF13
VCC-3.3
Pads HDR2
VCC-3.3
M1X26
VSENSE
RB9
M1X26
SDA2-RA3
SCL2-RA2
VREF-1.8
VCC-3.3
RA0
RE8
RE9
RB5
RB4
RB3
RB2
RB1
RB0
RB0
RB1
RB2
RB3
RB4
RB5
RB9
RD6
RD7
RD12
RD13
SCL1-RA14
SDA1-RA15
SCK1-RD10
MISO1-RC4
MOSI1-RD0
RB14
RG13
RG14
SCK2-RG6
MISO2-RG7
MOSI2-RG8
Figure 13-1: Pads connecting schematic
Pads HDR1
Most microcontroller pins are available for further connectivity via two 1x26 rows of
connection pads on both sides of the mikromedia board. They are designed to perfectly
match additional shields, such as Battery Boost shield, Gaming, PROTO shield and others.
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14. Pinout
5V power supply
Reference Ground
PGED1/RP0/AN0/CN2
PGEC1/RP1/AN1/CN3
RP13/C2INB/AN2/CN4
VPIO/C2INA/AN3/CN5
PGED3/RP28/AN4/CN6
PGEC3/RP18/AN5/CN7
RP9/AN9/CN27
C3INB/CN15
C3INA/CN16
RPI42/CN57
CN19
RPI36/SCL1/CN43
RPI35/SDA1/CN44
RP3/PMCS2/CN55
RPI41/CN48
RP11/DMH/CN49/INT0
RP14/AN14/CN32
CN80
CN81
RP21(SCK)/C1IND/CN8
RP26 (SDI)/C1INC/CN9
RP19 (SDO)/C2IND/CN10
3.3V power supply
Reference Ground
5V
GND
RB0
RB1
RB2
RB3
RB4
RB5
RB9
RD6
RD7
RD12
RD13
RA14
RA15
RD10
RC4
RD0
RB14
RG13
RG14
RG6
RG7
RG8
3.3V
GND
RST
GND
L
R
RD9
RF2
RF4
RF5
RF8
RF13
RA0
RA1
RE8
RE9
RD8
RD11
RG0
RG1
RF0
RF1
RD3
RD1
RA2
RA3
3.3V
GND
Reset pin
Reference Ground
left ch.
audio out
right ch.
RP4/DPLN/CN54
RP30/CN70
RP10/PMA9/CN17
RP17/PMA8/CN18/
RP15/CN74
RP31/CN76
TMS/CN33
TCK/CN34
RPI33/CN66
RPI34/CN67
RP2/DMLN/RTCC/CN53
RP12/PMCS1/CN56
CN77
CN78
VBUSST/VCMPST1/CN68
VCMPST2/CN69
RP22(RX)/PMBE/CN52
RP24(TX)/VCPCON/CN50
SCL2/CN35
SDA2/CN36
3.3V power supply
Reference Ground
Pin functions
Programing lines
Pin functions
Analog Lines
Interrupt Lines
SPI Lines
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I2C Lines
UART lines
Remappable
Comparator lines
15. Dimensions
80.90 mm (3.18”)
73.01 mm (2.87”)
36.55 mm (1.44”)
50.27 mm (1.98”)
55.47 mm (2.18”)
5.08 mm (0.20”)
60.56 mm (2.38”)
69.85 mm (2.75”)
4.45 mm (0.17”)
2.54 mm (0.10”)
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2.77 mm (0.11”)
Notes:
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Notes:
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DISCLAIMER
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