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Smith Meter ® Flow Computer SyberTrol ® Specifications
Smith Meter ® Flow Computer SyberTrol ® Specifications
Smith Meter ® Flow Computer SyberTrol ® Specifications
Smith Meter ® Flow Computer SyberTrol ® Specifications
Smith Meter ® Flow Computer SyberTrol ® Specifications

Smith Meter ® Flow Computer

SyberTrol ®

Specifications

Issue/Rev. 0.7 (6/10)

Bulletin SS09036

The Smith Meter ® SyberTrol ® is a microprocessor- based, fully-programmable, electronic flow computer designed to continuously monitor and control the flow of liquid petroleum products. The SyberTrol can operate as a high-integrity, stand- alone flow computer or as a powerful building block for integration into a supervisory computer control system. The flow computer includes either an explosion-proof or general purpose housing, interfacing for remote commu- nications, temperature, pressure and density monitoring, process loop control, and report printing. Along with these capabilities the SyberTrol is capable of providing analog and pulse outputs to remote equipment. The modular construction and internal communications scheme of the instrument provides the capability of adding inputs and outputs, and adding remote displays to meet the requirements of most applications.

Features

All Field I/O Multiplexed via Two-Wire Communications via Two-Wire Communications

Two Mounting Choices (Combination Explosion- Proof and Panel, and Panel Mounting) (Combination Explosion- Proof and Panel, and Panel Mounting)

Boolean/Algebraic Processing(Combination Explosion- Proof and Panel, and Panel Mounting) Up to Six Meter Inputs Programmable Inputs and

Up to Six Meter Inputsand Panel, and Panel Mounting) Boolean/Algebraic Processing Programmable Inputs and Outputs Six-Point Meter Factor

Programmable Inputs and OutputsBoolean/Algebraic Processing Up to Six Meter Inputs Six-Point Meter Factor Linearization Temperature and

Six-Point Meter Factor LinearizationUp to Six Meter Inputs Programmable Inputs and Outputs Temperature and Pressure Compensation and Density Correction

Temperature and Pressure Compensation and Density CorrectionInputs and Outputs Six-Point Meter Factor Linearization Four Programmable Communication Ports Multiple Product

Four Programmable Communication PortsTemperature and Pressure Compensation and Density Correction Multiple Product Selection Level A Pulse Security Automatic

Multiple Product Selectionand Density Correction Four Programmable Communication Ports Level A Pulse Security Automatic Proving Capabilities

Level A Pulse SecurityProgrammable Communication Ports Multiple Product Selection Automatic Proving Capabilities Programmable Display Setups

Automatic Proving CapabilitiesPorts Multiple Product Selection Level A Pulse Security Programmable Display Setups Programmable Report Setups LCD

Programmable Display SetupsLevel A Pulse Security Automatic Proving Capabilities Programmable Report Setups LCD Display Peer To Peer

Programmable Report SetupsAutomatic Proving Capabilities Programmable Display Setups LCD Display Peer To Peer Communications Redundancy Protocols

Programmable Display Setups Programmable Report Setups LCD Display Peer To Peer Communications Redundancy Protocols

LCD Display

Peer To Peer CommunicationsDisplay Setups Programmable Report Setups LCD Display Redundancy Protocols (Smith or Modbus) Logical Valve

RedundancyReport Setups LCD Display Peer To Peer Communications Protocols (Smith or Modbus) Logical Valve Control Flow

Protocols (Smith or Modbus) (Smith or Modbus)

Peer Communications Redundancy Protocols (Smith or Modbus) Logical Valve Control Flow Balancing for Proving Back

Logical Valve Control

Flow Balancing for ProvingProtocols (Smith or Modbus) Logical Valve Control Back Pressure Control Recovery Applications The SyberTrol

or Modbus) Logical Valve Control Flow Balancing for Proving Back Pressure Control Recovery Applications The SyberTrol

Back Pressure Control Recovery

Applications

The SyberTrol instrument can be configured to be a dual function unit which includes Flow Computer functions as well as Prover Controller functions.

Computer functions as well as Prover Controller functions. SyberTrol ® with General Purpose Housing Flow Computer

SyberTrol ® with General Purpose Housing

Flow Computer The SyberTrol is designed to accommodate pipeline, batch loading, and product batching types of applica- tions. The programmability of the instrument makes it ideal for handling these applications whether they re- quire multiple products or involve multiple meter factors and meter factor linearization.

Pipeline Deliveries Pipeline deliveries are normally continuous flow opera- tions. When operating in this application, the SyberTrol is typically configured to “print” a new report at the start of each day. The time that the Daily Report is required defines the start of a new reporting period. Product totals can be programmed to reset at the start of a new day or continuously accumulate volume. Flow rate control is available to prevent meter damage, react to line pres- sure variations, or to balance flow in a multiple meter configuration.

Batch Deliveries Batch deliveries are considered to be those operations processing a predetermined amount of product. In this operation, the user can define 6–36 (depending on the number of meter positions configured) separate deliveries while the SyberTrol maintains the records of the batches previously delivered. Each batch defines the product, its flow rates, and quantity to be delivered. Additionally, the SyberTrol provides for 16 user-defined Product Records to aid in defining a batch. A product record identifies a particular product by its name, API group, density, and last recorded meter factor. In this type of operation, the flexible user-programmable valve control in the SyberTrol is often used. This allows the user to set the normal delivery flow rate, a reduced flow rate for delivery completion, and the remaining volume at which the reduced flow rate is delivered. (Program- ming of these rates is determined by the type of valve selected by the user.)

Product Batching Product batching in continuous flow pipeline opera- tions is a common practice in the pipeline industry. The different product deliveries are programmed into the SyberTrol as “batches” in the order of their delivery. Once a batch is underway, its end (or start of the next batch) is signaled by a contact closure external to the SyberTrol. This signal can be provided by a manual switch, a densitometer with range switches to indicate product change, or by a sphere detector if the products are physically separated. Remote product selection via communications is also available as a standard feature on the SyberTrol.

Prover The SyberTrol is designed to control proving through conventional provers: unidirectional and bidirectional, small volume provers, and master meters. Four methods of proving are available in the SyberTrol, although not all methods are valid for each type of prover: quick trips, consecutive, progressive consecutive, and groups.

Conventional Provers Conventional provers use a relatively large volume be- tween detector switches. Two sets of detector switches can be programmed in the SyberTrol. This is known as the calibrated volume. The SyberTrol utilizes the API standard calculations to correct the calibrated volume for the effects of pressure and temperature on both the liquid and the steel pipe. The SyberTrol completely con- trols the prover’s operation and monitors all necessary status conditions as well as liquid temperature and sys- tem pressure. The suggested number of proving runs, allowable proving deviations, time-out values, and other operational parameters are user programmed into the SyberTrol to define a valid proving operation.

Small Volume Provers Small volume provers incorporate the latest advance- ments in proving technology. These provers have a small calibrated volume and use the principle of “Dual Pulse Chronometry” to achieve the high level of pulse resolution necessary to prove a meter. The SyberTrol is designed to operate with the Smith Meter ® Small Volume Provers. Two methods of proving are used with small volume provers, dependent on the meter being calibrated. The first method uses the same procedure as performed with conventional provers. This method uses consecutive runs of the prover to establish the data base for calculating the meter factor. The second method is intended to be used with meters having a cyclic pulse output. This method groups consecutive proving runs to establish an average factor. Consecutive group aver- ages are then used to establish the meter factor. The SyberTrol supports both methods of proving–the method from the keypad or through communications with a host computer.

Master Meter Master meter proving is selected when one meter is used to serve as the reference for the proving of another meter; the reference meter is known as a “master me-

ter”. A comparison of the two outputs is the basis of the master meter proving method. SyberTrol automatically supervises a complete proving cycle acquiring informa- tion from both the master meter and the line meter to derive a new meter factor.

Proving Reports When the proving has been completed according to the proving method selected, the SyberTrol will perform the API calculations required to determine the new meter factor. The new meter factor is displayed and the config- ured proving report is generated and sent to the printer if a communications line is selected for either a dedicated or shared printer. The operator has the option of either installing the new meter factor in the flow computer automatically or acknowledging the new meter factor but not downloading it to the flow computer.

Hardware Options

Digital Inputs/Outputs

The digital input/output modules on the SyberTrol have been designed to provide the customer with the flexibil- ity of using them as either inputs or outputs depending on how they are wired and how they are programmed within the unit.The standard hardware configuration for the SyberTrol provides eight of the input/output modules. The inputs can be programmed as assert “high” or “low” and the outputs can be programmed as assert “high” or “low”. On power-down all outputs are normally open. Optionally the SyberTrol can be equipped with up to

32 input/output modules.This includes the 8 modules

provided with the standard hardware package and up to

24 modules provided as optional hardware. The 24 ad-

ditional modules are provided in groups of 8 input/output modules; therefore, the expanded unit can be supplied with 16, 24, or 32 input/output modules.

Analog Inputs/Outputs The SyberTrol analog input/output modules are supplied to meet the application needs of the customer. The modules are supplied as RTD input, 4–20 mA or 1–5 Vdc input or output modules depending on the customer’s requirements. Four of these modules can be supplied in the standard hardware configuration; they must be specified as inputs or outputs and are programmable as to their function. Optionally the SyberTrol can be equipped with up to 12 analog input/output modules. This includes the 4 mod- ules that can be provided with the standard hardware package, and up to 8 of the 12 analog inputs/outputs can be designated as RTD inputs; the remaining four modules would be either 4–20 mA or 1–5 Vdc modules or a combination of the two.

SYCB Communications Board The SYCB Communications Board option provides the operator with a fourth programmable communications port that is EIA-232 compatible and can be programmed for the following protocols: Report Out, Smith Meter SVP Prover Communications, Smith Meter ASCII LRC,

Smith Meter ASCII CRC or Smith Meter Binary. The SYCB board is mounted via a pluggable connector on the Processor Board (FCPB) Also provided on the SYCB Communications Board is

one digital input and one digital output. The digital out- put can be programmed as an Alarm Relay, a General Relay, or a SyberTrol Status Relay. The digital input can be programmed for a Remote Start, Remote Stop, End

of Batch, Security Switch or a General Input.

Specifications

Accuracy Calculated Accuracy: The Gross at Standard Tempera- ture to Gross Volume Ratio, excluding the accuracy of fluid temperature measurement, will exactly match the proper volume correction factor of ASTM-D-1250 (Sept. 1980) over the fluid temperature range of -58°F to 212°F (-50°C to 100°C). Flow Totalization: Within one pulse of input frequency.

Electrical Inputs DC Instrument Power:

10–30 Vdc, (LCD Display). Current Consumption: 12 Vdc,1.9A maximum, 24 Vdc, 1.0A maximum. Surge Current: 25A maximum for less than 0.05 seconds. The dc circuitry is fuse-protected. Power Interruption Tolerance: Interruption of power greater than 0.5 seconds (typical), will cause an or- derly shut-down of the SyberTrol Flow Computer.

Note: For ac power consult factory.

Pulse/Density Inputs

Type: High-speed, edge-triggered, voltage-sourcing pulse transmitter input (optically-isolated). The input pulse must rise above V (high) for a period of time then fall below V (low) to be recognized as a pulse by the SyberTrol.

V

(High): 5 Vdc minimum to 28 Vdc maximum.

V

(Low): 1 Vdc maximum.

Pulse Resolution: 1 pulse/unit minimum, if not using the pulse output feature, 99999.99 pulses/unit maximum.

If using the pulse output feature, minimum pulse resolu-

tion is 2.5 times 1 over pulse output resolution (i.e., 1 unit per pulse).

Example 1: 1 pulse/unit Minimum pulse input resolution = 2.5 x 1/1 = 2.5 pulses/ unit.

Example 2: 10 pulses/unit Minimum pulse input resolution = 2.5 x 1/0.1 = 25 pulses/unit. Frequency Range: 0 to 10.0 kHz. Response: Within one pulse to a step change in flow rate. Mode: Single, Dual, Dual and Inverted, Density.

Minimum Pulse Width @ 50/50 Duty Cycle: 50 micro- seconds. Duty Cycle: 30/70 to 70/30 (on/off).

Digital Inputs:

Type: Optically-isolated solid-state voltage sensors. Input Voltage Range: 5 to 28 Vdc compatible. Pickup Voltage: 5 Vdc minimum. Drop-Out Voltage: 1 Vdc maximum. Current at Maximum Voltage: 20 mA maximum. Input Level Duration: 120 ms minimum.

Resistance (Temperature) Type: Four-wire 100 platinum resistance temperature detector (PRTD). Temperature Coefficient @ 32 ° F: 0.00214 / / ° F (0.00385 / / ° C). Temperature Range: -148°F to 572°F (-100°C to 300°C). Temperature Measurement Accuracy: Fluid temperature is measured to within ±0.72°F (±0.4°C) over the fluid tem- perature range of ±148°F to 572°F (-100°C to 300°C). Fluid Temperature is measured to within ±0.45°F (±0.25°C) over the fluid temperature range of 32°F to 572°F (0°C to 300°C). Stability: 0.1°F (0.06°C)/year. Offset: Temperature probe offset is program adjustable through the SyberTrol keypad in ±0.1 degree increments in the unit of temperature measurement used. Linearization: To BS1904. Self-Calibrating: Lead length compensation that requires no resistance balancing of leads.

Analog (4-20 mA) Type: Two-wire, 4-20 mA current loop receiver, isolated from ground, programmable as to function. Span Adjustment: Program adjustable through the Syb- erTrol keypad or through communications in hundredths of the units used. Input Burden: 50 Ω. Accuracy: ±0.025% of range. Resolution: One part in 65,536. Voltage Drop: Two volts maximum. Sampling Rate: One sample/300 millisecond minimum.

Analog (1-5 Vdc.) Type: Two-wire, 1-5 Vdc voltage loop receiver, isolated from ground, programmable as to function. Span Adjustment: Program adjustable through the Syber- Trol keypad or through communications in hundredths of the units used. Input Impedance: 1 M Ω. Accuracy: ±0.025% of range. Resolution: One part in 65,536. Sampling Rate: One sample/300 millisecond minimum.

Keypad Type: Pillow Embossed Membrane Keypad.

Electrical Outputs Digital Outputs:

Type: Optically-isolated solid-state output user- programmable as to function. Polarity: Programmable (Normally Open or Normally Closed)*. Switch Blocking Voltage: 30 Vdc maximum. Load Current: 150 mA maximum with 0.6 volts drop.

Note: * Power-down normally open.

Pulse Outputs:

Type: Optically-isolated solid-state output user- programmable pulse units, pulse rates and pulse width/duty cycle. Polarity: Programmable (Normally Open or Normally Closed). Switch Blocking Voltage: 30 Vdc maximum. Load Current: 150 mA maximum with 0.6 volts drop. Frequency Range: 0 to 500 Hz. at 50/50 duty cycle. Analog (4-20 mA) Type: Two wire, 4-20 mA current loop transmitter, isolated from ground, programmable as to function. Span Adjustment: Program adjustable through the SyberTrol keypad or through communications in hundredths of the unit used. Accuracy: ±0.025% of range. Resolution: One part in 65,536. Voltage Burden: 4 volts maximum. Analog (1-5 Vdc.) Type: Two wire, 1-5 Vdc. voltage loop transmitter, isolated from ground, programmable as to function. Span Adjustment: Program adjustable through the SyberTrol keypad or through communications in hundredths of units used. Accuracy: 0.025% of range. Resolution: 1 part in 65,536. Display:

Type: Electro-Luminescent Graphics Display or Liquid Crystal Graphics Display (Standard). Resolution: 320 x 240.

Environment

Ambient Operating Temperature -5°F to 140°F (-15°C to 60°C) (Liquid Crystal Display). Although the LCD display is lost below the minimum temperature, the electronics are operational and data can be obtained using the communications link.

Humidity 5 to 95% with condensation.

Approvals North American UL / CUL Class I, Division 1, Groups C and D; Class II, Groups E, F, and G; UNL-UL Enclosure 4X, CNL-CSA Enclosure 4. UL / CUL File E23545. European / CENELEC Eex d IIB T6, IP65. DEMKO 02 ATEX 130951. Approved to GOST Safety Specifications per code 1Ex d IIB T3 (-40°C to +60°C), IP65.

Note: SyberTrol does not contain intrinsically-safe circuitry; therefore, all peripheral equipment must be suitable for the area in which it is installed.

Weight EX2 Housing w/FIOM Board 110 lb (49.9 kg.). EX1 Housing w/I/O 41 lb (18.6 kg.).

Non-Explosion-Proof Panel-Mount Enclosure Approved to UL and C-UL Specifications Ordinary Loca- tions Type 1.

Weight 4 lb (1.8 kg.). Note: Weight does not include FIOM board.

Electromagnetic Capability

Complies with the European Community Electromagnetic Capability Requirements as per EN50082-2: 1994* Electrostatic discharge per EN61000-4-2: 1993 (IEC 801-2: Severity Level 2) Emissions test per ENV50140: 1993 (IEC 801-1), less then 30 dB from 30 to 100 mHz Susceptibility test per ENVS: 1994 (IEC 801-3: 1994 exceeds requirements of Severity Level Class 3) * Reference EN55011 and EN55022 for limits and mea- surement methods.

Communications

General

Configuration: Multi-drop network. Up to 8 on EIA-232 and 32 on EIA-485 SyberTrol flow computers can be connected onto the same transmit and receive data lines. One port is dedicated to point to point commu- nications. Data Rate: Keypad selectable to asynchronous data

9600, 19,200, or

38,400 bps. Data Format: One start bit, one stop bit, programmable seven or eight data bits - even, odd, or no parity. Line Protocol: Full-duplex, no character echo. Protocol: Three ports Selectable Report Out, Prover Control, Smith ASCII LRC, Smith ASCII CR, Smith ASCII Binary, Modbus. One port Selectable Report Out, Smith SVP Prover Communications, Smith ASCII LRC,Smith ASCII CR, Smith ASCII Binary.

rates of 600, 1200, 2400, 4800,

Ports Number: Three programmable, one display. Type: Selectable EIA-232 compatible or EIA-485. EIA-232: Interfaceable with EIA-232 data communication standards. Data transmitters are tri-state design. EIA-485: Interfaceable with EIA-485 data communica- tion standards.

Optional SYCB Communications Board

General

Configuration: Dedicated to point to point communications. Data Rate: Keypad selectable to asynchronous data

9600, 19,200, or

38,400 bps. Data Format: One start bit, one stop bit, programmable seven or eight data bits - even, odd, or no parity. Line Protocol: Full-duplex, no character echo. Protocol: Selectable Report Out, Smith SVP Prover Communications, Smith ASCII LRC,Smith ASCII CR, Smith ASCII Binary.

rates of 600, 1200, 2400, 4800,

Port Number: One programmable. Type: EIA-232 compatible. EIA-232: Interfaceable with EIA-232 data communica- tion standards.

Digital Output:

Type: Optically-isolated solid-state output user pro- grammble as to function. Polarity: Programmable (Normally Open or Normally Closed)*. Switch Blocking Voltage: 50 Vdc maximum. Load Current: 200 mA maximum.

Note: * Power-down normally open.

Digital Input:

Type: Optically-isolated solid-state voltage sensors. Maximum Open Circuit Voltage (Switch Off):5 Vdc. Maximum Switch Voltage Drop (Switch On): 1 Vdc. Maximum Sourcing Current (Switch On): 5 mA. Input Level Duration: 120 ms minimum.

Ordering Information

A complete list of requirements for the SyberTrol includ- ing: Features, options, number of RTDs, number of 4-20 mA inputs/outputs, number of 1-5 Vdc inputs/outputs, number of digital inputs/outputs, type of mounting, etc., must be included for your order to be processed. See Applications Bulletin AB09005 for details.

SyberTrol ® Modeling

STB — EX2 — IBF — E — 00000 STB - SyberTrol Field Unit I/O
STB — EX2 — IBF
E
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STB - SyberTrol Field Unit
I/O Board Firmware
Housing Type
IBF - Standard
OPN - No Housing
EX1 - Reduced Explosion-Proof Housing
EX2 - Expanded Explosion-Proof Housing
Options
Analog I/O
I/O Board 1

Digit 1 - # of RTD - RTD inputs up to 8 1 . Digit 2 - # of IIN - 4-20 mA inputs up to 12 1 . Digit 3 - # of VIN - 1-5 Vdc inputs up to 12 1 . Digit 4 - # of IOUT - 4-20 mA outputs up to 12 1 . Digit 5 - # of VOUT - 1-5 Vdc outputs up to 12 1 .

None - 8 Digital I/O E - Exp. I/O (32 Digital I/O) EXP - Expanded I/O Board (Not available for EX1 Housing). Required when Digital I/O exceeds eight points and when the Analog I/O exceeds four inputs or outputs or a combination of both.

STD — LCD — DBF — CBF — S

STD - SyberTrol Display Unit

STD - SyberTrol Display Unit
STD - SyberTrol Display Unit

Display Type

LCD - Liquid Crystal Display

SYCB Communications Board Blank - None S - SYCB Comm. Board digital Input and output.
SYCB Communications Board Blank - None S - SYCB Comm. Board digital Input and output.

SYCB Communications Board

Blank - None

S

- SYCB Comm. Board

digital Input and output. This board

is

mounted on the Processor Board

(FCPB)

Computer Board Firmware

Blank - None CBF - Standard

Display Board Firmware

Blank - None CBF - Standard Display Board Firmware SYCB - Provides an additional EIA-232 programmable

SYCB - Provides an additional EIA-232 programmable communica- tions port as well as an additional

Blank - None DBF - Standard

1 The standard field unit is capable of handling eight digital I/O points and 4 analog inputs or outputs. When this number is exceeded, the ex- panded I/O board is required. With the expanded I/O board there are 32 digital I/O points and the option for 12 analog points. The 12 analog points can be any combination of the analog modules.

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Figure 1 – Block Diagram (Console)

21.6" (5 48 ) 12.7" (3 22 )
21.6"
(5 48 )
12.7"
(3 22 )
7.12" 7.30" (181) (185) 1.5" 4.12" 3.75" (38) (1 05 ) (95) 1.00-11.5 NPT for
7.12"
7.30"
(181)
(185)
1.5"
4.12"
3.75"
(38)
(1 05 )
(95)
1.00-11.5 NPT for
Conduit Entrance
(Typical 5 Places)
3.5"
C
L
4.9"
(89)
(124)
13.9"
3.5"
(3 54 )
(89)
6.00"
.50-13 UNC-2B x .50 Dp.
(Typ. 4 Mounting Holes)
on Bottom of Sy ber Tr ol
(152)
8.50"
(216)
1.25-11.5 NPT for
Conduit Entrance
(Typical 2 Places)
17.00"
(432)
(432) 8.50" (216) 4.00" (102) 10.3" C L (263) 4.8" C L (122) 9.1" (231)
(432)
8.50"
(216)
4.00"
(102)
10.3"
C L
(263)
4.8"
C L
(122)
9.1"
(231)
18.2"

(463)

8.00"

(203)

Back View

17.00"

.50-13 UNC-2B x .50 Dp. (Typical 4 Holes) for Optional Rear Mounting

No te : Dimensions - Inches to the nearest tenth (millimetres to the nearest whole mm), each independently dimensioned from respective engineering drawings.

Figure 2 – Explosion-Proof Housing (Expanded I/O)/Housing Type EX2

Inches (mm) 8.50 (216) 4.2 (107) 1.4 (36) 0.375-16 UNC-2B x 0.56 Deep Typical 12
Inches (mm)
8.50
(216)
4.2
(107)
1.4
(36)
0.375-16 UNC-2B x 0.56 Deep
Typical 12 Places
(Top, Bottom, or Back Mounting)
3.56
(90)
7.8
(198)
14.2"
(361)
8.50
(216)
4.2
(107)
3.00
(76)
11.8
(300)
6.00
(152)
Back View
5.00
(127)
2.5
(64)
1.25-11.5 N.P.T. For
Conduit Entrance
Typical Three Places
3.56
2.87
(90)
(73)
1.4
(36)
4.2
(107)
8.50
(216)

Figure 3 – Explosion-Proof Housing (Standard)/Housing Type EX1

Inches (mm) 4.4 (111) 1.5 (39) 7.5 (191) 7.3 (184) 0.1 (3) 5.5 5.7 (138)
Inches (mm)
4.4
(111)
1.5
(39)
7.5
(191)
7.3
(184)
0.1
(3)
5.5
5.7
(138)
(145)

Figure 4 – Panel Mount Housing/Housing Type - STD

Revisions included in SS09036 Issue/Rev. 0.7 (6/10):

Page 6: SyberTrol modeling revised.

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