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POLARIS Remote
User Manual Version 4.00
POLARIS Remote 19.1" / POLARIS Remote 15"
Type 17-71V2-....
User Manual
POLARIS
Remote 19.1'' / Remote 15''
Version 4.00
Document No. 11-71V2-7D0011
INDEX A / Status: 7. November 2006
Technical data subject to change!
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Contents
1.
System description .....................................................................................................................................8
2.
Technical data POLARIS Remote ............................................................................................................10
3.
4.
5.
2.1
Characteristics data Remote 19.1'' und Remote 15'' ..................................................................10
2.2
General data...............................................................................................................................10
2.3
Characteristics data Remote 19.1''.............................................................................................11
2.4
Characteristics data Remote 15''................................................................................................12
2.5
Characteristics data keyboard ....................................................................................................13
2.6
Characteristics data mouse, trackball and touchpad ..................................................................14
2.6.1
Mouse ........................................................................................................................................14
2.6.2
Trackball.....................................................................................................................................14
2.6.3
Touchpad ...................................................................................................................................14
Terminal assignment ................................................................................................................................16
3.1
Overview of connections ............................................................................................................16
3.2
Terminal assignment EEx i.........................................................................................................16
3.3
Terminal assignment EEx e........................................................................................................17
3.3.1
Interference suppression............................................................................................................18
Overview of connection diagram.............................................................................................................19
4.1
Standard application – Point-to-Point .........................................................................................19
4.2
Special application – Cascade circuit .........................................................................................19
Notes on the installation of POLARIS Remote .......................................................................................20
5.1
Safety instructions ......................................................................................................................20
5.1.1
Safety-relevant notice.................................................................................................................20
5.2
Maintenance...............................................................................................................................20
5.2.1
Servicing ....................................................................................................................................20
5.2.2
Inspection...................................................................................................................................20
5.2.3
Repair.........................................................................................................................................20
5.3
Installation options......................................................................................................................21
5.3.1
Cable glands / Conduits .............................................................................................................21
5.4
Mechanical installation ...............................................................................................................22
5.4.1
Recommended enclosure...........................................................................................................22
5.4.2
Special installation instructions...................................................................................................22
5.4.3
Cover Ex i terminal box ..............................................................................................................22
5.4.4
General data...............................................................................................................................23
5.4.5
Installation guidelines .................................................................................................................24
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Contents
6.
Installation of additional components.....................................................................................................25
6.1
Local unit for STP cable .............................................................................................................25
6.1.1
Features .....................................................................................................................................25
6.1.2
Operation ...................................................................................................................................26
6.1.3
Mounting arrangement ...............................................................................................................26
6.1.4
Technical data "Local unit" .........................................................................................................27
6.1.5
Compatibility...............................................................................................................................27
6.1.6
The local unit is compatible with the following devices:..............................................................28
6.1.7
Quick Startup .............................................................................................................................29
6.2
Local unit for Fibre optic cable....................................................................................................30
6.2.1
Features .....................................................................................................................................30
6.2.2
Operation ...................................................................................................................................31
6.2.3
Mounting arrangement ...............................................................................................................31
6.2.4
Technical data "Local unit" .........................................................................................................32
6.2.5
Compatibility...............................................................................................................................32
6.2.6
The local unit is compatible with the following devices:..............................................................33
6.3
Connection of EEx i keyboard to the POLARIS Remote ............................................................34
6.4
Connection to BCS 302ex Hand-held scanner ............................................................................34
6.4.1
Supply module for BCS 302ex .....................................................................................................34
6.4.2
Via RS232 ..................................................................................................................................35
6.4.3
Via PS/2 .....................................................................................................................................35
6.5
Display settings ..........................................................................................................................36
6.6
Set up touch screen ...................................................................................................................38
7.
Accessories ...............................................................................................................................................39
8.
Order numbers ..........................................................................................................................................40
Appendix
EC-Declaration of Conformity ................................................................................................41
EG-Baumusterprüfbescheinigung .....................................................................................42-45
EC-TYPE-EXAMINATION CERTIFICATE (Translation) .....................................................46-49
Additional technical information .......................................................................................50-54
- Mounting instructions Class D/E, CAT 6 Outlet
- Programming Keyboard wedge
- Resistance list - polyester front foil
Transport and shipment ..........................................................................................................55
Return processing....................................................................................................................57
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POLARIS Remote 19.1" / Remote 15"
User manual
1.
System description
POLARIS Remote 19.1''
Keyboard
POLARIS Remote 15''
Mouse
Trackball
Touchpad
The POLARIS Remote 19.1" and POLARIS Remote 15" from BARTEC are displays with keyboard and mouse with
which a PC in the non-hazardous area can be operated from the Ex zone (Zone 1).
Distances are possible up to 10,000 m and depends on the variant.
The two POLARIS Remotes provide the user with the facility for use of all PC-based process control systems currently
available, without restrictions, in the Ex zone.
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POLARIS Remote 19,1" / Remote 15"
The front panel fitting permits easy installation. On request, the devices can also be supplied in the form of complete system
solutions in a stainless steel enclosure for wall, floor or ceiling mounted installation.
Example:
POLARIS Remote with stand
Example:
POLARIS Remote with Fibre optic
The POLARIS Remote 19.1" screen takes the form of a TFT display with SXGA resolution (1280 x 1024 pixels), and XGA
resolution (1024 x 768 pixels) in the case of the POLARIS Remote 15". These are notable for their excellent brilliance and
extremely good read angle.
An intrinsically safe keyboard and mouse, trackball and touchpad are available for front panel installation. Optional it is
possible to choose a resistive touch screen (intrinsically safe) or a connection for a hand-held scanner BCS 302ex.
Docking-on in the safe area is accomplished via ''local unit'' (included in scope of supply).
e.g. Local unit for STP cable
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POLARIS Remote 19.1" / Remote 15"
User manual
2.
Technical data POLARIS Remote
2.1
Characteristics data Remote 19.1'' und Remote 15''
Type
:
17-71V2-....
Ex protection type
:
e II 2G Ex e q [ib] IIC T4
e II 2D Ex tD A21 IP 6X T 80°C
Certification
2.2
:
IBExU05ATEX1117 X
:
Front panel fitting
General data
Construction
System solution in stainless steel enclosure for
wall, floor or ceiling mounting
Connection to the PC
:
Connection to VGA, PS/2 keyboard and PS/2 mouse port,
RS232
Extension via STP/S cable; 4 x 2 x 23 AWG,
optionally via fiber optic cable
Requirement to the base station
:
Keyboard and mouse with PS/2 connector
VGA connection or graphics card with the following technical data
(DVI connection also possible with fiber optics):
- VGA-, SVGA-, XGA-, SXGA resolution
- Vertical sync frequency 60 to 75 Hz
Transmission distance
:
Up to
300 m
via STP/S cable
Up to
400 m
via 50 µm multi-mode
fibre optic cable
Up to
200 m
via 62.5 µm multi-mode
fibre optic cable
Up to
10,000 m
via
fibre optic cable
Power supply
:
AC 90 to 253 V; 50 to 60 Hz
Max. power take-up Pmax
:
< 60 W
Admissible ambient temperature
:
Storage
Operation
Material
Protection class
:
:
9 µm single-mode
-20 °C to +50 °C
0 °C to +50 °C
Front
Polyester foil on aluminium sheet
(conditionally UV resistant)
Enclosure
Galvanised sheet steel bichromated
IP 65 (front side)
IP 54 (rear side)
Humidity
:
5 to 95 % non-condensing
Below +10 °C the unit has to be heated in order to guarantee the lifetime of the backlight illumination.
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POLARIS Remote 19.1" / Remote 15"
2.3
Characteristics data Remote 19.1''
Display
:
19.1" TFT graphic display
SXGA resolution 1280 x 1024 pixels
16.7 million colours
Brightness 250 cd/m2
Visible area approx. 380 x 305 mm
Contrast 700:1
Antireflection coating glass pane
Optional touch screen (resistive)
Dimensions
:
498 mm x 400.5 mm x approx. 135 mm
Wall cut-out
:
484 mm x 386.5 mm + 0.5 mm
Weight
:
approx. 33 kg
Backlight illumination
:
CFL technology
Service-life approx. 40,000 hours at +25 °C
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POLARIS Remote 19.1" / Remote 15"
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2.4
Characteristics data Remote 15''
Display
:
15" TFT graphic display
XGA resolution 1024 x 768 pixels
262,144 colours
Brightness 350 cd/m2
Visible area approx. 304 x 228 mm
Contrast 400:1
Antireflection coating glass pane
Optional touch screen (resistive)
Dimensions
:
411 mm x 332 mm x approx. 135 mm
Wall cut-out
:
394.5 mm x 315.5 mm + 0.5 mm
Weight
:
approx. 23 kg
Backlight illumination
:
CFL technology
Service-life approx. 50,000 hours at +25 °C
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POLARIS Remote 19.1" / Remote 15"
Characteristics data keyboard
Type
:
17-71VZ-40..
Ex protection type
:
e II 2G Ex ib IIC T4
e II 2D Ex ibD 21 T 120°C
Certification
:
IBExU05ATEX1117 X
Protection class
:
IP 65 (front side)
Construction
:
Front panel fitting
Material
Polyester foil on aluminium sheet (conditionally UV resistant)
Dimensions
:
420 mm x 170 mm (weight x height)
Wall cut-out
:
390 mm x 140 mm
Installation depth
:
18 mm
Weight
:
approx. 700 g
Dimensions and wall cut-out for keyboard
400.00 mm
300.00 mm
100.00 mm
170.00 mm
140.00 mm
85.00 mm
390.00 mm
150.00 mm
2.5
3.30 mm
420.00 mm
All hole diameter: 3.3 mm
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POLARIS Remote 19.1" / Remote 15"
User manual
2.6
Characteristics data mouse, trackball and touchpad
2.6.1
Mouse
Type
Ex protection type
:
:
17-71VZ-1000
e II 2G Ex ib IIC T4
e II 2D Ex ibD 21 T 120°C
2.6.2
Certification
Protection class
Construction
Material
:
:
:
Dimensions
Wall-cut out
Installation depth
Weight
:
:
:
:
IBExU05ATEX1117 X
IP 65 (front side)
Front panel fitting
Polyester foil on aluminium sheet
(conditionally UV resistant)
130 mm x 170 mm (weight x height)
100 mm x 140 mm
15 mm
approx. 270 g
Type
Ex protection type
:
:
17-71VZ-2000
e II 2G Ex ib IIC T4
Trackball
e II 2D Ex ibD 21 T 120°C
2.6.3
Certification
Protection class
:
:
Construction
Material
:
Dimensions
Wall-cut out
Installation depth
Weight
:
:
:
:
IBExU05ATEX1117 X
Static:
IP 65 (front side)
Dynamic: IP 51 (front side)
Front panel fitting
Polyester foil on aluminium sheet
(conditionally UV resistant)
130 mm x 170 mm (weight x height)
100 mm x 140 mm
43 mm
approx. 500 g
Type
Ex protection type
:
:
17-71VZ-3000
e II 2G Ex ib IIC T4
Touchpad
e II 2D Ex ibD 21 T 120°C
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Certification
Protection class
Construction
Material
:
:
:
Dimensions
Wall-cut out
Installation depth
Weight
:
:
:
:
IBExU05ATEX1117 X
IP 65 (front side)
Front panel fitting
Polyester foil on aluminium sheet
(conditionally UV resistant)
130 mm x 170 mm (weight x height)
100 mm x 140 mm
15 mm
approx. 250 g
POLARIS Remote 19.1" / Remote 15"
Dimensions and wall cut-out for mouse, trackball and touchpad
110.00 mm
170.00 mm
140.00 mm
85.00 mm
150.00 mm
100.00 mm
3.30 mm
130.00 mm
All hole diameter: 3.3 mm
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POLARIS Remote 19.1" / Remote 15"
User manual
3.
Terminal assignment
3.1
Overview of connections
Sealed screw plug.
Do not open!
Label of tpye
Ex i Terminal chamber
Terminal X1-X9
USB plug for USB Stick
Ex e Terminal chamber
Terminal X10-X20
ST plug for connection to local unit
(only at POLARIS Remote with fibre optic)
3.2
Terminal assignment EEx i
Terminal
Interface
Colour
Signal
Remarks
Scanner connection
(optional)
X1
Hand-held scanner
+UB
Supply voltage +5 V
X2
Hand-held scanner
RxD-I
Data input RS232 signal
X3
Hand-held scanner
GND
Mass connected to protective earth
PS/2 interface for input devices
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X4
PS2
WH/BR
VCC
Supply voltage
X5
PS2
GN/YE
GND
Mass connected to protective earth
X6
PS2
PK
KB_CLK
Keyboard
clock signal
X7
PS2
GR
KB_DATA
Keyboard
data signal
X8
PS2
BL
MS_CLK
Mouse
clock signal
X9
PS2
RD
MS_DATA
Mouse
data signal
POLARIS Remote 19.1" / Remote 15"
3.3
Terminal assignment EEx e
Terminal strip X13-X20 (CAT cable from local unit)
PIN 1
Remote
Terminal
CAT cable
Colour Pair
Network socket
Function
RJ45connector
PIN 8
X13
OG/WH
T1
1
X14
OG
R1
2
X15
GN/WH
T2
3
X16
GN
R2
6
X17
BU/WH
T3
5
X18
BU
R3
4
X19
BN/WH
T4
7
X20
BN
R4
8
PIN 8
PIN 1
PIN 1
Colour sequence T568B
Terminal
Interface
Signal
Remarks
X10
Supply
L
AC 230 V ± 10 %
X11
Supply
N
Neutral
X12
Supply
PE
Protective earth
AC 90 to 253 V*
For KVM signal
X13
KVM
T1
KVM CAT Pair 1
X14
KVM
R1
KVM CAT Pair 1
X15
KVM
T2
KVM CAT Pair 2
X16
KVM
R2
KVM CAT Pair 2
X17
KVM
T3
KVM CAT Pair 3
X18
KVM
R3
KVM CAT Pair 3
X19
KVM
T4
KVM CAT Pair 4
X20
KVM
R4
KVM CAT Pair 4
* available from quarter 01/2007
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3.3.1
POLARIS Remote 19.1" / Remote 15"
Interference suppression
Certain basic measures must be taken to ensure freedom from interference when the POLARIS Remote are installed:
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Interference voltages injected into the unit via power and signal cables and static charges caused
by contact are to be conducted to earth (e.g. grounding screw terminal fixed to the back of the
unit). This earthing point must be connected to the PE conductor by means of the shortest
possible low resistance copper conductor or must be integrated in the equipotential bonding. If
this point is not observed, the measures taken to suppress interference and preclude damage to
the device effectively will be impaired.
■
The installation point should be as far as possible away from fields of electromagnetic
interference. This is especially important if there are frequency converters in the vicinity. Under
certain circumstances it will be advisable to set up partitions to isolate the POLARIS Remote from
interference.
■
If inductive unit are fitted in the vicinity (e.g. contactor, relay or solenoid coils), especially if they
are powered from the same source, protective circuits (e.g. RC elements) must be installed.
■
Power supply and data cables must be laid so as to avoid interference. This can, for example, be
achieved by avoiding laying such cables in close proximity to high current carrying cables.
POLARIS Remote 19.1" / Remote 15"
4.
Overview of connection diagram
4.1
Standard application – Point-to-Point
or fibre optic cable
4.2
Special application – Cascade circuit
Cascading possible for up to 4 POLARIS Remote.
Note:
The local unit needs a separate external power supply (type no. see chapter 7 Accessories)
PC
VGA
PS/2 keyboard
PS/2 mouse
Patch cable
Local unit
Connection box
system RJ 45
STP CAT.5, CAT.6 or CAT.7 cable
4x2 twisted pair
or fibre optic cable
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POLARIS Remote 19.1" / Remote 15"
User manual
5.
Notes on the installation of POLARIS Remote
5.1
Safety instructions
For electrical appliances, the appropriate regulations for setting-up and operation have to be observed
(e.g. directive 1999/92/EC, directive 94/9EC, BetrSichV and national regulations/acts, IEC/EN 60 079-14 and VDE 0100).
The operator of an electrical appliance in an area where there is an explosion hazard has to maintain the resources in a
proper condition, operate them correctly, monitor them and carry out maintenance and repair work (BetrSichV and national
regulations/acts and EN 60 079-14).
Where the IP rating is concerned, only original replacement parts may be used (e.g. lid seal).
The unit may be opened only in the manufacturer's works!
The unit is factory sealed! Do not open!
5.1.1
Safety-relevant notice
Inside areas of explosive atmospheres any electrostatic charging mechanism on the surface of the indicating terminals have
to be excluded if they are stronger than manual rubbing (e.g. cleaning by hand).
5.2
Maintenance
For the maintenance, servicing and checking of associated resources, adhere to the valid regulations in accordance with
directive 1999/92/EC, IEC 60079-19 and EN60079-17 !
Installation/dismantling, servicing and maintenance work may only be carried out by trained specialists. The general
statutory regulations and other binding directives on workplace safety, accident prevention and environmental protection
must be adhered to.
Observe the national disposal of waste regulations when disposing of this equipment at the end of its useful life.
5.2.1
Servicing
If operated correctly, in accordance with the installation instructions and environmental conditions, no regular servicing is
necessary.
5.2.2
Inspection
In accordance with IEC 60079-19 and EN 60079-17, the site operator has an obligation to ensure that any electrical
appliance installed within, an area containing gases and dust, which could be potentially explosive, is correctly installed by
trained personnel and that the installation is regularly inspected and correctly maintained to ensure the safety of the
operatives in the area.
5.2.3
Repair
Repairs to explosion protected resources may only be carried out by authorised persons using original replacement parts
and in accordance with up-to-date technology. The appropriate valid regulations are to be adhered to. If in doubt contact
BARTEC.
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POLARIS Remote 19.1" / Remote 15"
5.3
Installation options
The POLARIS Remote can be installed directly in
■
■
■
Switch cabinet doors
Mimic panels
Enclosures
In order to guarantee IP 65, use the reinforcement frame and the enclosure’s own IP rating has to be suitable for the
application.
The following points should be taken into consideration when installing the POLARIS Remote:
Note:
■
■
■
■
■
Convenient height for operation.
■
Avoid installing in the immediate vicinity of switching devices or converters.
Good lighting so that the display will be easily readable.
The device must be protected against the penetration of moisture.
At ambient temperatures below 0°C, the POLARIS Remote has to be heated.
Below +10°C the POLARIS Remote needs to be heated to maintain the lifetime of the backlight
illumination.
Only use heating systems, which are certified for explosive areas!
The following factors should be taken into consideration in order to ensure proper and workmanlike installation:
5.3.1
■
■
The installation location must be sufficiently stable / fixed.
■
Following the cutting out of the opening into which the POLARIS Remote is to be fitted, the
surface must be dressed to ensure it is smooth, level and undamaged so as to preserve the
integrity of the seal.
The enclosure in which the POLARIS Remote is mounted must be strong enough to support its
weight.
Cable glands / Conduits
When connecting cables and leads to supplies / communications equipment in increased safety protected areas, Ex certified
cable entries must be used which are suitable for each type of cable and lead. You must maintain the protection concept “e”
and include a suitable sealing element so that an IP rating of at least IP 54 is maintained.
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5.4
POLARIS Remote 19.1" / Remote 15"
Mechanical installation
In order to achieve an even clamping pressure, it is recommended that the reinforcement frame (not included in the scope
of the delivery) be inserted between the mounting clamps (included in scope of the delivery) and the enclosure.
■
■
■
5.4.1
Tighten the fixing screws in the mounting brackets slightly.
Check the position of the display and the seal.
Tighten the set screws so as to ensure an adequate seal on the POLARIS Remote is assured.
Recommended enclosure
■
Stainless steel enclosure with wall thickness > 2 mm. In this case the reinforcement
frame between the retaining clips and enclosure material should always be used.
■
Reinforcement frame for maintenance of Protection Class IP 65
for
POLARIS Remote 19.1"
(05-0205-0010)
and for
POLARIS Remote 15"
(05-0205-0009)
5.4.2
Special installation instructions
In order to guarantee the IP degree of enclosure protection = IP 54 for installation in 2G enclosures of EEx e type of
protection (e.g. control equipment), and = IP 6X for installation in 2D enclosures in areas where combustible dusts exist with “protection through the enclosure” type of protection - the reinforcement frame should be used for fastening on the front
side.
5.4.3
Cover Ex i terminal box
When using a housing with a degree of protection of at least IP 20, the cover for the Ex i box can be dispensed with.
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POLARIS Remote 19.1" / Remote 15"
5.4.4
General data
■
The user is allowed to perform only the wiring work necessary on the terminals accessible
to him. Any more extensive dismantling of the device may be performed only by the
manufacturer or by persons authorized by the manufacture. The unit is factory sealed. Do
not open!
■
Ex i-terminal compartment marked:
with terminals for Ex i input device (Ex i-data)
- Keyboard
Type 17-71VZ-40..
- Mouse
Type 17-71VZ-1000
- Trackball
Type 17-71VZ-2000
- Touchpad
Type 17-71VZ-3000
- Hand-held scanner BCS 302ex
Type 17-21BA-0020
(not possible in combination with touch screen)
Work may be performed on the terminal compartment with the system live even
if explosive atmospheres are present.
Do not connect the keyboard, mouse, trackball and touch pad while energised!
■
The Ex e terminal compartment with terminals for the power supply and data cable may be
opened only provided it has been ensured that no explosive atmosphere is present and that
the power is off.
■
The unit may only be started (if an explosive atmosphere is present) once it has been
ensured that the unit is completely closed and that all bolts and screws have been correctly
tightened.
■
Stand-alone POLARIS Remote and flush-fitted units with a damaged glass must be taken
out of operation immediately.
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5.4.5
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POLARIS Remote 19.1" / Remote 15"
Installation guidelines
■
The external earth connection facility should be connected to the equipotential bonding conductor
of the potentially explosive area. Since the intrinsically safe circuits are direct-connected to earth,
equipotential bonding must be maintained during complete installation of the intrinsically safe
circuits.
■
All current safety and accident prevention regulations must be observed.
■
Units must only be operated after proper installation.
■
It must be possible to de-energise the products at any time (in fixed installations by means of an
mains switch or fuse which isolates each of the supply cables). The PE terminals on the back of
the unit must be connected to the protective earth conductor.
■
It must be ensured that supply voltage is the same as that stated in this manual and that the
tolerances are adhered to.
■
Malfunctions may occur if the stated tolerances are either exceeded or are insufficient.
■
Steps must be taken to ensure that the system is not put into hazardous, undefined states in the
event of power failures.
■
EMERGENCY STOP switches must remain effective in all operating modes and conditions.
■
Connection cables (especially data transmission cables) must be selected and installed so as to
preclude impairment of the system’s functionality by capacitive or inductive interference.
Appropriate measures must be taken to deal with open circuit states in such a way that the
system cannot enter undefined states
■
Wherever malfunctions are liable to cause injury to persons or damage to property additional
external safety circuits must be installed (e.g. limit switches, mechanical interlocks, etc.)
POLARIS Remote 19.1" / Remote 15"
6.
Installation of additional components
6.1
Local unit for STP cable
Front panel
Rear panel
The SDBX-Cat5-KVM Extender "local unit" from IHSE GmbH can be used with the POLARIS Remote.
Further information can be found in the Internet at:
Data sheet:
http://www.ihse.com/pdf/i434-Sx_e.pdf
Manual:
http://www.ihse.com/pdf/b434-Sx_e.pdf
Please read the manual carefully and also pay attention on the warning of the manufacturer.
6.1.1
Features
This product has a number of unique features that allow transparent remote operation of your PC:
■
The CPU can be served up to 300 m away via the STP cable to POLARIS Remote. You
need only a single CAT.5-, CAT.6- or a CAT.7 twisted pair cable per each VGA channel.
Please use installation cables (with solid wires) - patch cables (with stranded wires) are not
useful for bridging distances.
■
Keyboard adjustable Video Equalisation - Compensates for loss of image quality due to
cable length
■
■
Fully buffered signals to ensure consistent remote operation of your PC.
PS/2 keyboard and PS/2 mouse emulation allowing you to ‘Plug & Play’ - Intelligent
keyboard and mouse emulation ensures the PC boots and operates correctly under all
possible circumstances as well as allowing ‘Plug & Play’ initialisation of the remote
keyboard and mouse.
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6.1.2
POLARIS Remote 19.1" / Remote 15"
Operation
The local unit is simple to operate and works with all operating systems – no software is required. Just connect the units up
as described and you’re ready to work. Complete keyboard and PS/2 mouse emulation allows you to ‘Plug & Play’. Your PC
will boot even if the POLARIS Remote end of the link is not powered or the keyboard and / or mouse are disconnected.
6.1.3
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Mounting arrangement
POLARIS Remote 19.1" / Remote 15"
6.1.4
Technical data "Local unit"
Power supply
Local unit
:
Optional, via the PC connected, thanks to additional table-top power pack
Note: For cascading please take attention to chapter 4.2.
Interfaces
Video
:
VGA to UXGA, RGB without Plug & Play-support
(up to 300 m at 1280 x 1024)
Keyboard
:
IBM-PS2 (IBM-AT with adaptor)
Mouse
:
Standard PS/2 two-button mouse, Microsoft Intellimouse
Logitech three-button mouse
serial (only SDBX/Ax) fully transparent with handshake up to 19200 Baud
Connecting cable
:
(not included in scope of supply)
STP/S cable
CAT.7 4 x 2 x AWG 23 (z. B, 02-4082-0002)
Connection as per EIA/TIA 568 B
Maximum cable length
:
Up to 300 m
Dimensions
:
approx. 198 x 111 x 50 mm (length x width x height)
Weight
:
approx. 600 g
Temperature range
:
Operation approx. +10 °C to +45 °C
Accessories
:
19" rack mounting set (03-8931-0037)
6.1.5
Compatibility
This product features a number of different functions and has been tested with a large number of different devices, in order
to permit cooperation with the hardware of the most diverse range of manufacturers in the most varied environments. It is
nonetheless not possible to guarantee trouble-free functioning with every keyboard/mouse/monitor and every motherboard
available on the market.
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The local unit is compatible with the following devices:
PC
PC/AT, PS2 and 100% compatible clones
Keyboard
PC/AT enhanced keyboard. Some older XT/AT autosensing
keyboards may not be compatible.
PS/2 mouse
Standard PS/2 mouse, Microsoft Intellimouse, Logitech
three-button mouse
Monitor
SVGA, VGA, XGA, RGB (Sync on Green)
6.1.6
The local unit is compatible with the following devices:
■
Connect the local unit to the PC and the two devices using a CAT.5, CAT.6 or CAT.7
cable.
■
Power on your PC and check that the keyboard operates correctly. Boot an operating
system (such as WINDOWS) or application you intend to use. Check the mouse function
(if required).
■
Check that the link integrity LED on the local unit flashes on and off.
We recommend that the complete system is tested in one room before permanent
installation. If a long interconnect cable is not available, us a patch cable or test basic
unit operation with your PC.
All configuration and video tuning is carried out using the keyboard connected to the POLARIS Remote. A hot-key
sequence is used to enter command mode where settings may be adjusted and certain modes of operation configured (see
the IHSE manual for technical details).
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6.1.7
Quick Startup
For advanced users, we recommend to take an overview over the system, by reading the ‘Quick Startup’ section:
■
■
■
Turn off your PC. Connect the POLARIS Remote to the voltage supply!
■
■
■
■
Check the link integrity (LED at the local unit - flashing).
■
With cables, 100m+ it might be possible to obtain a better screen picture by processing Quick
Skew – Toggle GREEN Delay (t + J) .
■
Exit Command Mode and save settings } .
Connect the local unit to the PC and POLARIS Remote.
Power on your PC and check that the keyboard operates correctly. Note that the image quality
may be poor at this point. Boot an operating system (such as Windows) or application you intend
to use. Check that the mouse functions (if required).
Enter Command Mode t + u + k .
Use Assisted EQ to get an approx EQ setting t + € ein.
Fine tune HF & LF EQ for the best picture. LF removes smearing and HF adjusts sharpness. You
may obtain a better result by slightly overcompensating the LF EQ before adjusting the HF EQ.
Further information:
Further information on the functions of the local unit can be found in the IHSE manual at www.ihse.com
Data sheet:
http://www.ihse.com/pdf/i434-Sx_e.pdf
Manual:
http://www.ihse.com/pdf/b434-Sx_e.pdf
Please read the manual carefully and also pay attention on the warning of the manufacturer.
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6.2
Local unit for Fibre optic cable
DMXI KVM-Extender
DDXI KVM-Extender
The DMXI or DDXI-KVM Extender "local unit" from IHSE GmbH can be used with the POLARIS Remote.
Note:
The DMXI local unit is used only in combination with POLARIS Remote without touch screen and
without a power supply unit for BCS 302ex Hand-held scanner.
Further information can be found in the Internet at:
DMXI
DDXI
Data sheet:
http://www.ihse.de/pdf/i421-xx_e.pdf
Manual:
http://www.ihse.de/pdf/b421-xx_e_1.10.pdf
Data sheet:
http://www.ihse.de/pdf/i437-xx_e.pdf
Manual:
http://www.ihse.de/pdf/b437-xx_e.pdf
Please read the manual carefully and also pay attention on the warning of the manufacturer.
6.2.1
Features
This product has a number of unique features that allow transparent remote operation of your PC:
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■
At POLARIS Remote with Fibre optic cable access your CPU up to 10,000 m away. You
need only a duplex fibre optic cable.
■
Automatic DPA Adjustment: The units are self adapting to the screen parameters under
mostly all circumstances.
■
■
Fully buffered signals to ensure consistent remote operation of your PC.
PS/2 keyboard and PS/2 mouse emulation allowing you to ‘Plug & Play’ - Intelligent
keyboard and mouse emulation ensures the PC boots and operates correctly under all
possible circumstances as well as allowing ‘Plug & Play’ initialisation of the remote
keyboard and mouse
POLARIS Remote 19.1" / Remote 15"
6.2.2
Operation
The local unit is simple to operate and works with all operating systems – no software is required. Just connect the units up
as described and you’re ready to work. Complete keyboard and PS/2 mouse emulation allows you to ‘Plug & Play’. Your PC
will boot even if the POLARIS Remote end of the link is not powered or the keyboard and / or mouse are disconnected.
6.2.3
Mounting arrangement
Fibre optic
Up to
Up to
Up to
400 m
200 m
10,000 m
via
via
via
50 µm
62,5 µm
9 µm
multi-mode fibre optic cable (Standard version)
multi-mode fibre optic cable
single-mode fibre optic cable
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6.2.4
Technical data "Local unit"
Power supply
Local unit
:
Power supply unit: AC 90 up to 240 V / 0.5 A /47…63 Hz
DC 6 V – 2000 mA (type 03-9911-0022)
Video
:
VGA to SXGA, RGB without Plug & Play-support
Keyboard
:
IBM-PS2 (IBM-AT with adaptor)
Mouse
:
Standard PS/2 two-button mouse, Microsoft Intellimouse
Logitech three-button mouse
Interfaces
serial (only SDBX/Ax) fully transparent with handshake up to 19200 Baud
Connecting cable
:
(not included in scope of supply)
Fibre optic cable duplex with
SC connector for local unit
(connection cable 0.5 m SC/ST connector with ST-coupling including in the
scope of the delivery)
ST connector for POLARIS Remote
Maximum cable length
:
Up to
400 m via
Up to
200 m via 62.5 µm multi-mode fibre optic cable
Up to 10,000 m via
50 µm multi-mode fibre optic cable (Standard version)
9 µm single-mode fibre optic cable
Dimensions
:
approx. 133 x 170 x 44 mm (length x width x height)
Weight
:
approx. 1 kg
Temperature range
:
Operation approx. +10 °C to +45 °C
Accessories
:
19" rack mounting set (03-8931-0038)
Optical elements
:
Further information can be found in the manual of IHSE
6.2.5
Compatibility
This product features a number of different functions and has been tested with a large number of different devices, in order
to permit cooperation with the hardware of the most diverse range of manufacturers in the most varied environments. It is
nonetheless not possible to guarantee trouble-free functioning with every keyboard/mouse/monitor and every motherboard
available on the market.
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POLARIS Remote 19.1" / Remote 15"
The local unit is compatible with the following devices:
PC
PC/AT, PS2 and 100% compatible clones
Keyboard
PC/AT enhanced keyboard. Some older XT/AT autosensing
keyboards may not be compatible.
PS/2 mouse
Standard PS/2 mouse, Microsoft Intellimouse, Logitech
three-button mouse
Monitor
SVGA, VGA, XGA, RGB (Sync on Green)
6.2.6
The local unit is compatible with the following devices:
■
Connect the local unit to the PC and the two devices with two fibers 62.5 µm,
50 µm or 9 µm.
■
Power on your PC and check that the keyboard operates correctly. Boot an operating
system (such as WINDOWS) or application you intend to use. Check the mouse function
(if required).
We recommend that the complete system is tested in one room before permanent
installation. If a long interconnect cable is not available, us a patch cable or test basic
unit operation with your PC.
All necessary configuration and video tuning is done automatically. Special configuration and video tuning is carried out
using the keyboard connected to the POLARIS Remote. A hot-key sequence is used to enter command mode where
settings may be adjusted and certain modes of operation configured (see the IHSE manual for technical details).
Further information:
Further information on the functions of the local unit can be found in the IHSE manual at www.ihse.com
DMXI
DDXI
Data sheet:
http://www.ihse.de/pdf/i421-xx_e.pdf
Manual:
http://www.ihse.de/pdf/b421-xx_e_1.10.pdf
Data sheet:
http://www.ihse.de/pdf/i437-xx_e.pdf
Manual:
http://www.ihse.de/pdf/b437-xx_e.pdf
Please read the manual carefully and also pay attention on the warning of the manufacturer.
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6.3
Connection of EEx i keyboard to the POLARIS Remote
■
Make the connection between the POLARIS Remote and the EEx i keyboard.
■
Connection via connecting cable, longer than approx. 1.80 m
- Keyboard and mouse
Type 05-0068-0163
- Keyboard and trackball
Type 05-0068-0172
- Keyboard and touchpad
Type 05-0068-0183
6.4
Connection to BCS 302ex Hand-held scanner
6.4.1
Supply module for BCS 302ex
Terminal connection diagram for hand-held scanner BCS 302ex to supply module via a connector/adapter.
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Panel PC
Terminal no.
Description
Adapter / connector
PIN
Description
BCS 302ex
PIN
Description
2
1
3
TxD
+UB
GND
PIN 3
PIN 1
PIN 2
TxD / RxD
Ucc / +UB
GND
PIN 3
PIN 1
PIN 2
TxD / RxD
Ucc
GND
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6.4.2
Via RS232
■
■
6.4.3
For serial interface connection at local unit see illustration in chapter 6.6.
Configuration BCS 302ex see Original Symbol Manual.
Via PS/2
■
■
■
For keyboard wedge connection at local unit see illustration in chapter 6.6.
For BCS 302ex configuration see Original Symbol Manual.
To program the BCS 302ex hand-held scanner for keyboard wedge (type 17-28BB-0001)
and to program the keyboard wedge, see Appendix.
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User manual
6.5
POLARIS Remote 19.1" / Remote 15"
Display settings
Menu
Exit
Auto Adjust
- Left
+ Right
Bright
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Colour
POLARIS Remote 19.1" / Remote 15"
Image
Tools
OSD
Exit
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User manual
6.6
Set up touch screen
e.g. Local unit for CAT cable
Serial connection to the PC
Note the remarks in the manual on the enclosed CD (readmee.pdf)
Install the touch driver (DMC, TSC-10 series, Serial) to the PC from enclosed CD
or download it from www.dmccoltd.com/english/download/index.asp
Available drivers:
- Windows 95, 98, ME NT4, 2000
- Windows XP
Connect serial port of local unit to COM port (9 pole) on PC.
Calibrate touch screen (Programs\UPDD\Calibrate)
A 4-point calibration is normally adequate,
if not, more precise adjustments can be made under "Settings".
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POLARIS Remote 19.1" / Remote 15"
7.
Accessories
Designation
Order no.
Local unit for STP/S cable or
included in the scope of the delivery
Local unit for fibre optic
included in the scope of the delivery
Cable set for local unit
included in the scope of the delivery
Mounting clamps set
included in the scope of the delivery
19" rack mounting set for
Power supply unit
LAN STP cable
- local unit with CAT cable
03-8931-0037
- local unit with fibre optic cable
03-8931-0038
- local unit with CAT cable (keyboard connection possible)
03-9911-0018
- local unit with CAT cable (keyboard connection not possible)
03-9911-0020
- local unit with fibre optic
03-9911-0022
CAT.7 4x2x23 AWG
7.9 mm (outer Ø)
02-4082-0002
CAT.7 4x2x23 AWG, armoured;
18 mm (outer Ø)
02-4082-0004
Total length: 3 m
03-9829-0007
KVM cable
Keyboard in national language
17-71VZ-40.0
Mouse
17-71VZ-1000
Trackball
17-71VZ-2000
Touchpad
17-71VZ-3000
Connection cable for keyboard and mouse
Connection cable for keyboard and trackball
Connection cable for keyboard and touchpad
Total length:
1.8 m
05-0068-0163
Total length:
3m
05-0068-0204
Total length:
1.8 m
05-0068-0205
Total length:
3m
05-0068-0204
Total length:
1.8 m
03-0068-0183
Total length:
3m
05-0068-0206
USB to PS/2 converter for mouse and keyboard
Mounting clamps set
03-9829-0007
- with 4 pieces
05-0091-0111
- with 6 pieces
05-0091-0112
Reinforcement frame for POLARIS Remote 19.1"
05-0205-0010
Reinforcement frame for POLARIS Remote 15"
05-0205-0009
Enclosure for POLARIS Remote 19.1"
"Exclusive"
05-0041-0274
Enclosure for POLARIS Remote 15"
"Exclusive"
05-0041-0275
Stand for floor mounting, rotable
"Exclusive"
05-0005-0050
Support arm for wall mounting, rotable
"Exclusive"
05-0005-0058
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8.
Order numbers
POLARIS Remote
17-71V2-… 0 …… / …… 00
4
5
6
7
15"
19.1"
15"
with touch screen
19.1" with touch screen
0
0
0
1
0
4
8
2
STP cable
STP cable; supply module for BCS 302ex Hand-held scanner
Fibre optic (up to 400 m)
Fibre optic (up to 400 m); supply module for BCS 302ex Hand-held scanner
+1 = additional with keyboard and trackball
e.g. 0 8 +1 =
0
9
+2 = additional with keyboard and mouse
+3 = additional with keyboard and touch pad
0
1
2
3
4
5
7
8
A
without keyboard
Keyboard – language German
Keyboard – language English
Keyboard – language French
Keyboard – language Italian
Keyboard – language Swedish
Keyboard – language Slovenian
Keyboard – language Spanish
Keyboard – language Swiss
0
1
2
5
6
8
9
without enclosure
Enclosure "Standard"
Wall mounting
Enclosure "Standard"
Floor mounting
Enclosure "EXCLUSIVE"
Wall mounting
Enclosure "EXCLUSIVE"
Floor mounting
Enclosure "EXCLUSIVE"
Table mounting
Enclosure "EXCLUSIVE"
Table mounting (rotable/inclinable)
Example:
POLARIS Remote 19" with touch screen with STP cable including English keyboard and
trackball built in an exclusive enclosure for wall mounting
Type 17- 71V2-7001/2500
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EC-Declaration of Conformity
Page 4141
EG-Baumusterprüfbescheinigung
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EG-Baumusterprüfbescheinigung
Page 4343
EG-Baumusterprüfbescheinigung
44
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EG-Baumusterprüfbescheinigung
Page 4545
EC-Type Examination Certificate
46
Page 46
EC-Type Examination Certificate
Page 4747
EC-Type Examination Certificate
48
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EC-Type Examination Certificate
Page 4949
Additional technical information
Mounting instructions Class D/E, CAT 6 Outlet
1. Preparation of the cable ends
Remove cable sheathing approx. 50 mm in length. Cut back overall screen to
approximate 15 mm, remove twisted pair screen as required. To ensure contact of
the screen the diameter of the cable end must be 6 to 10 mm. If cable is too thin fold
back screen over cable cover. To improve contact wind self-adhesive screening foil
over the screen (approx. 2 turns, optional), bend tracing wire over that.
2.
Mounting of the cables with one twin cable clip
Both cables are mounted in the top cover with a
bolt through the cable clamp; this ensures screen
contact.
Strain relief with cable tie on top cover is possible
(not included in delivered state).
3.
Recommendation – Colour code
TIA/EIA-568-B
Colour
WH-OG
OG
WH-GN
GN
WH-BU
BU
WH-BN
BN
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Terminal
1
2
3
6
5
4
7
8
Additional technical information
Mounting instructions Class D/E, CAT 6 Outlet
4.
Wire connection
Connect the connecting blocks with the LSA-Plus
tool. The twist should be opened sufficiently to
connect (max. 13 mm)
5.
Mounting the bottom case
Fit the notches of the top case into the slots of the bottom case and fasten.
6. Mounting the central insert
7.
Attaching the labels
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Additional technical information
Programming Keyboard wedge
Programming the BCS 302ex Hand-held scanner:
■
Instruction manual from Symbol for programming (product reference guide
for P300 STD/FZY/PRO scanner)
■
■
■
BCS 302ex Hand-held scanner
Keyboard wedge Master BB+ with instruction manual
Ready-connected and operative system
Required barcodes in the manual:
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■
■
■
■
■
Page 2 – 9
Barcode Set All Defaults
Page 2 – 12
Barcode Standard RS – 232 C
Page 2 – 16
Barcode Continous On
Page 2 – 50
Barcode Enable Code 39
Page 2 – 96
Barcodes Scan Sufix oder Data Format Cancel
(if incorrectly scanned)
■
■
■
■
■
■
Page 2 – 120
for Numeric Barcodes (7013 for Enter character)
Page A – 6
for Enter character Prefix Sufix Values
Page 2 – 97
Barcodes Scan Options and <Data> <Suffix>
Page 2 – 98
Barcodes Enter
Page 2 – 101
Barcode (Parity) Even
Page 2 – 108
Barcode (ASCII Format) 7 – Bit
Additional technical information
Default configuration of the keyboard wedge
By reading in this barcode the keyboard wedge is returned to its
standard setting.
After scanning, wait approx. 6 sec until acknowledged.
A G 0
Configuration start:
$ % /
In order to programme the keyboard wedge this special start
sequence must be scanned at the beginning.
Activation of the keyboard wedge mode
A E U
A G 1
A G 2
AG3
A G 4
A G 5
AG6
A G 7
A G 8
AG9
A G 0
Since the keyboard wedge can be connected to almost all available
PCs, the keyboard wedge must be programmed to the respective
PC. For this purpose a so-called I.D. (three digit number) is
required.
Through this barcode a deactivated upper-case key is assumed.
D H I
Configuration end:
By scanning this barcode the alterations are stored.
$ + $
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Additional technical information
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Transport and shipment
Important Note concerning transport and shipping
! Sensitive Devices !
It is absolutely necessary to deliver the equipment in the original
packaging in order to avoid damage occuring with the equipment.
Order no. original packaging
Order no. for Remote 15"
04-9035-0007
Order no. for Remote 19.1"
04-9035-0008
!! PROTECT EDGES !!
Marking on Packaging
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Return processing
Return Form for Repairs
Please note that it is essential to fill in this form and enclose it with the return shipment,
as otherwise delays may occur in the processing of your order!
Send to:
Address of sender:
BARTEC GmbH
Service- und Retourencenter
Max-Eyth-Straße 16
97980 Bad Mergentheim
...........................................................................................
DEUTSCHLAND/GERMANY
...........................................................................................
...........................................................................................
...........................................................................................
............................................................................................
It is essential to fill in the following details!
Device designation:
Type number
.............................................................................................................................................
.......................................................................
Description of fault:
(Note: “defective“, “broken“,
Serial no.
........................................
............................................................................................................................................
“for repair“, etc. are not
............................................................................................................................................
descriptions of a fault)
............................................................................................................................................
.............................................................................................................................................
For questions please contact:
Person to contact:
E-mail:
............................................................
............................................................
Phone:
Fax:
.................................................................
.................................................................
Once the fault has been analysed, you will be sent a cost estimate.
Important instructions for Please return in the original packaging!
all returns:
If you no longer have the original packaging, it is essential to make allowance for the weight
of the device and to pack it adequately accordingly.
Put the additional marking on the packaging. The sender will be liable for any transport
damage occurring if the devices have not been packed appropriately for transport. Our
General Terms and Conditions apply (http://www.bartec.de).
Date:
...........................................................
Signature:
...........................................................................
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people
and
the environment
by the safety
of components,
s y s t e m s
BARTEC GmbH
Germany
plants.
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97980 Bad Mergentheim
Phone: +49 7931 597-0
Fax:
+49 7931 597-119
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