FAST, FLEXIBLE & RELIABLE SMART CAMERA SMART CHOICE FOR YOUR NEXT VISION SYSTEM Matrox Iris GT smart camera with Design Assistant, an intuitive flowchart- based graphical user interface, solves challenging vision applications while increasing productivity, improving quality, and reducing manufacturing costs. Designed for systems integrators, machine builders and OEMs who need to quickly configure and deploy machine vision applications; this smart camera offers a dust-proof, immersion-resistant and extremely rugged construction. A choice of image sensors, combined with an efficient Intel® Atom® embedded processor, allow the camera to tackle a wide variety of applications. Bundled with Matrox Iris GT is Matrox Design Assistant, an intuitive, versatile and extendable integrated development environment (IDE), which allows applications to be created by constructing a flowchart. Video capture, analysis, location, measurement, reading, verification, communication and I/O operations, as well as a web-based operator interface are all set up within this single IDE. SMART CAMERA SOFTWARE SEES COLOR Matrox Iris GT color smart cameras work with Design Assistant 2.4 software to offer new possibilities for manufacturing control and inspection.Matrox Design Assistant 2.4 introduces a set of tools to identify parts, products, and items using color, assess quality from color, and isolate features using color. The Color Matcher step determines the best matching color from a collection of samples for each region of interest within an image. A color sample can be specified interactively from an image-with the ability to mask undesired colors-or through the use of numerical values. A color sample can be a single color or a distribution of colors (i.e., histogram). Matrox Design Assistant's fixturing capability can establish the regions where colors are to be matched using the results of other steps such as Model Finder. The color matching method and the interpretation of color differences can be manually adjusted to suit particular application requirements. The Color Matcher step can also match each image pixel to color samples, which segments the image into appropriate elements for further analysis using other steps such as Blob Analysis. The Image Processing step includes operations to calculate the color distance and perform color projection.The distance operation reveals the extent of color differences within and between images, while the projection operation enhances color to grayscale image conversion for analysis using other grayscale processing steps.In addition to color analysis tools, Matrox Design Assistant 2.4 introduces several features to facilitate project design and maintenance. TELEDYNE DALSA MACHINE VISION PRODUCTS Teledyne DALSA has focused on providing machine vision components and solutions for over 30 years. As a world leader we continue to help manufacturers apply vision technology, from image sensors, cameras and acquisition boards, to sophisticated vision software and intelligent vision systems. Our technology is used in thousands of automated inspection systems around the world and across multiple industries including semiconductor, flat panel display, electronics, automotive, medical, packaging and general manufacturing. INDUSTRIAL VISION SOLUTIONS Designed specifically for factory floor deployment, Teledyne DALSA's smart cameras and innovative Vision Appliances offer scaleable solutions that satisfy a wide range of applications. Recognizing that our customers have different levels of expertise with implementing machine vision solutions, we offer an extensive product line that starts with your needs and requirements: o BOA Vision Systems - Highly integrated vision systems in a compact "smart" camera format engineered specifically for factory floor automation. With application software embedded, BOA offers new and experienced users alike, an easy-to-deploy, cost effective vision solution for single point industrial inspections: o Sensor o Light Control o Processing o I/O o Factory Communications o Developer and Operator Application Interfaces o Protective Enclosure o Vision Appliances™ - Offer cost effective solutions for applications that require multiple cameras. They comprise a centralized camera controller that delivers low deployment cost with high performance processing. Vision Appliances are available with choice of application software and camera interface to suit a range of application needs. DESIGNED FOR ALL USERS Teledyne DALSA vision solutions are equipped with two distinct styles of application interface to accommodate the differing needs and experience of end users. O iNspect - Vision application software specifically designed to simplify the design and deployment of automated inspection on the factory floor. Inspect offers new and experienced users alike, a practical tool delivering uncompromised functionality that can be readily applied to a wide range of manufacturing tasks. O Sherlock™ - Advanced machine vision software that can be easily configured to resolve a wide variety of automated inspection applications. This graphical design environment provides a rich suite of proven tools and capabilities that have been deployed in thousands of installations worldwide. READY FOR ANY CHALLENGE Teledyne DALSA's vision systems are available in a range of cost-effective models to satisfy a broad variety of user requirements. These include single 640x480 standard camera configurations to high performance multi-camera models with 1600x1200 color resolution. In addition, Teledyne DALSA Vision Appliances support line scan technology to address challenging large format or cylindrical unwrapping applications. OLYMPUS INNOV-X Delivering the analytical power and flexibility of a laboratory type system, in rugged, reliable, field worthy XRF analyzers - Smart on the Inside, Tough on the Outside. When you need rugged, reliable analysis tools to provide fast and accurate positive material identification (PMI), turn to proven, high performance XRF analyzers from Olympus Innov-X. From handheld and portable XRF analyzers to on-line and process XRF, Olympus Innov-X analyzers provide optimal alloy chemistry and grade ID in seconds, from simple sorting to challenging grade separations, from incoming material inspection to end product verification. Olympus Innov-X DELTA Alloys & Metals Handheld XRF Analyzers provide highly specific material chemistry to rapidly, and accurately, identify alloy grades and pure metals. Configured with a standard package of 25 elements, the DELTA generates alloy chemistry and grade ID in seconds. Olympus Innov-X FOX-IQ Tube & Rod On-line XRF Analyzers perform fully automated online analysis for 100% high-volume process control. The FOXIQ delivers fast pass/fail tests, accurate grade ID, and chemistry with automated links to the QC/QA reporting system. The FOX-IQ's compact design and minimal power requirements provide quick and easy integration of both new and existing operations. ABOUT INNOV-X Olympus Innov-X, formerly Innov-X Systems, based in Woburn, Massachusetts, USA, is a leading manufacturer of portable and specialized X-Ray fluorescence (XRF) and X-Ray Diffraction (XRD) analytical instruments. Olympus Innov-X develops and manufactures instruments providing real-time, nondestructive material analysis in applications ranging from metal sorting, lead paint detection, and alloy verification to analysis of oil, fluids, and minerals. NEW LASERGAUGE SENSOR AUTOMATICALLY CORRECTS FOR MISALIGNMENT IN EDGE BREAK MEASUREMENTS The edge breaks on corners and edges of critical jet engine parts (disks, vanes, blades, etc.) must be shaped to within established maximum and minimum tolerances for the parts to be flight-worthy. A leading aircraft manufacturer using existing laser-based measurement systems found that sensor misalignment contributed to unacceptable measurement errors, making the inspection data unusable. This misalignment was due to the complexity of the parts and limited accessibility to the regions to be inspected thereby making consistent sensor positioning difficult. A hand-held measurement sensor was needed that would automatically correct for sensor misalignment but remain small enough to access the hard-to-reach areas of the jet engine parts. The USB-based LaserGauge HS720 sensor was found to be an ideal solution to mitigate concerns over unreliable data. The HS720 is unique in both design and functionality to correct for this problem. Its small size and reduced footprint gave it access to highly-restricted areas. In addition, by utilizing a unique double-laser-stripe design, it gave both cross-sectional scanning capability and sensor orientation feedback. By using the second laser stripe, the roll/pitch/yaw of the sensor relative to the optimum measurement orientation is calculated and automatically corrected, yielding the actual edge-break crosssection normal to the surface. For edge breaks in the range from 0.010" to 0.030", measurement repeatability is within 0.001" after correcting for pitch, roll or yaw up to 10 degrees. The variation due to misalignment of a hand-held inspection tool was eliminated. EDGE BREAK MEASUREMENTS The measurement algorithm utilized two methods for quantification of the edge break features. The simplest inspection method checks against minimum and maximum radius tolerance bands to verify that the scanned points fall within the tolerance bands. A secondary set of measurements were required to detect the condition where the edge falls within the max and min tolerance bands but still creates a stress point on these critical structures. If the radius of the edge break doesn't "blend" into the adjacent surfaces, another stress point is created. The following diagram illustrates the edge break measurements acquired with the HS720: With its small size, sensor orientation feedback and advanced edge break measurement algorithm, the HS720 provided the quality of measurements to overcome shortcomings of other methods. OTHER APPLICATIONS With the added capability for measuring chamfers, angles and steps, the lightweight, LaserGauge HS720 sensor was proven to be a more accurate way to manually inspect edge breaks. HOMMEL-ETAMIC VERSATILE MOBILE SURFACE MEASUREMENT Light and compact in design, easy to operate with long-lasting battery power, the Hommel-Etamic W5 surface roughness measuring system is ideally suited for measurements on the production line. Capable of a wide range of measuring tasks using an extensive array of probes and accessories, the W5 can match the performance of more expensive stationary systems with its accuracy and precision. The new Hommel-Etamic W5 is ergonomically designed, with the device easily fitting into the user's hand making it simple to precisely position on the workpiece. The W5 is capable of tracking five separate measurement programs, up to 100 separate profiles, with a total storage capacity of up to 10,000 completed measurements. The integrated click wheel allows the operator to intuitively select device functions. In conjunction with the large color display with graphic interface, this makes operation of the W5 simple and transparent; delivering easy-to-see results and tolerance evaluations. More than 800 measurements can be completed with one battery charge, guaranteeing a high level of reliability even during frequent use. Measuring results may be quickly printed out on the optional printer-wirelessly via Bluetooth technology. The roughness probes and measuring instrument electronics are calibrated independently at the factory. This eliminates the need to make regular adjustments to the amplification or to recalibrate -a big advantage for everyday measuring. MEASUREMENT ON SMALL SHAFTS The support prism centers workpieces like small shafts from 10mm diameter reliably in the correct measuring position and protects the probe for measurements in bores from 12 mm diameter. PRECISE WORKPIECE SUPPORT The contact to the workpiece is made by precisely polished support shafts. This guarantees permanent, stable workpiece support. A height measuring stand can turn the W5 in a complete measuring station for tasks that require precise positioning. INTUITIVE OPERATION The graphic user interface combined with the click wheel allows the instrument to be operated reliably. Self explanatory and no time-consuming training required. TOLERANCE EVALUATIONS AT A GLANCE The color display of the measurement results permits them to be assessed at a glance. ONE CONNECTION - MANY FUNCTIONS No risk of confusion: all the necessary functions are covered with just one USB port: o Battery charging function or permanent power supply o USB connection to PC to transfer parameters and profile data o External controls via foot switch o Remote controls With the optional TURBO DATAWAVE basic software, measurement results from the W5 can be transferred into an Excel spreadsheet on a PC for further processing and documentation. MOBILE PRINTER The compact thermal printer documents the measurement results on the spot - using Bluetooth® without awkward cables. The roughness measuring instrument remains mobile, even if the measurements need to be documented. Measuring conditions, parameters, tolerance evaluation, roughness profile and Abbott curve: depending on the measuring program, this data can be printed off individually or in combinations. ABOUT HOMMEL ETAMIC PERFORMANCE IN VISION - BAUMER EXPERT SOLUTIONS LOOKING FOR THE BEST IMAGING SOLUTION FOR YOUR APPLICATION?BAUMER IS YOUR PARTNER! Each machine vision solution is unique. As a leading international manufacturer of innovative machine vision components, Baumer offers a wide product range of high quality digital cameras and vision sensors to address these specific challenges. The new HXG series, with outstanding image quality and sensitivity, combines state of the art CMOS sensors with Dual GigE interface technology resulting in the fastest GigE cameras available on the market. The exceptional performance allows increasing the production capacity while ensuring the desired product quality - a challenge every machine builder must address. Creating a suitable solution for challenging designs with limited or angled installation space, where a standard camera can not provide the necessary flexibility, was the impulse for Baumer to develop the new Board Level camera series with remote sensor head. The new VeriSens® XC series features C-Mount and provides resolutions from VGA up to 2 megapixels. For the first time a controller for flashing external illuminations is integrated into a vision sensor. This simplifies the entire application setup completely - no need to purchase, install and configure an extra flash controller in the future. Find out how we can support your next project! FIREFLY MV CAMERA MIMICS THE HUMAN EYE The Center for Clinical Neurosciences at the Ludwig-Maximilians University in Munich developed a unique and award-winning camera system called EyeSeeCam that mimics the motion of human eyes in real-time. The camera system, using a 0.3 MP Firefly MV camera by Point Grey, can point in any direction and is capable of imitating the fastest human eye movements, which can reach speeds of 500 degrees per second. Unrestricted user mobility and field of view as well as the utilization of biological image stabilization reflexes are main benefits of EyeSeeCam. The EyeSeeCam combines two technologies - an ultra-mobile eye tracker that measures 3D eye position at unprecedented frame rates of up to 600 Hz as well as a 3DOF motion control unit with 3 ultrasound servo motors that steer a head-mounted Firefly MV camera running at 60 fps to the target of gaze. The motion control unit has been developed in collaboration with the Institute of Applied Mechanics at the Technische Universität München, read more on the IEEE Spectrum website.The system precisely reproduces the eye movements using a superfast actuator-driven mechanism with yaw, pitch, and roll rotation, like a human eyeball. When the real eye moves, the robot eye follows suit. An off-the-shelf notebook records video files with resolutions of up to 752×480 pixels to hard disk. A novel picture-in-picture functionality combines the image of the gaze camera with another image from a wide-angle scene camera. Just as a magnifying lens, this "hybrid perspective" gives the impression of a sharp image at the target of gaze. Eye tracking systems are used to capture eye movements and gaze behavior in order to diagnose dizziness, vertigo, or eye movement disorders, or - in combination with a wide-angle scene camera - to examine the perception and interaction in natural scenes, with new devices, or with advertisements. MODERN TELESCOPES HAVE BECOME INCREASINGLY PRECISE AND ARE MANUFACTURED TO OPERATE AT THE HIGHEST TOLERANCES. A privately funded organization, Las Cumbres Observatory Global Telescope Network (LCOGT), is building a global network of telescopes for scientific research and research-based education. To meet their highly precise operating tolerances, this private operating foundation turned to Magnescale's line of high performance digital gauges and new Ethernet interface for communications. LCOGT required a system that could offer high accuracy and high resolution dynamic measurement with a high speed interface. According to LCOGT's Mechanical Engineer Vincent Posner, "We use the Magnescale gauges to accurately measure the position of the primary mirror in our one meter telescopes". Magnescale's DK series digital gauges and MG41 Ethernet interface proved to be a perfect fit for their application. Accepting up to 100 digital gauges and offering 100Mbs Fast Ethernet, Magnescale's MG41 interface has become the solution for multi-gauge applications requiring high speed data output. Similarly, the DK series of digital gauges with up to 0.1ìm resolution, measuring ranges from 2mm to 205mm, and up to 1ìm accuracy, have become the digital gauge of choice for even the most demanding of applications. S-T INDUSTRIES INC. S-T Industries, Inc. began manufacturing precision measuring tools in St. James, Minnesota, in 1942.S-T is still known worldwide for its lightweight tubular frame micrometers with standard models available up to 96 inches. S-T also manufactures a complete line of solid frame micrometers, specialty micrometers, inside and depth micrometers and has a complete line of measuring tools available. S-T has manufactured thousands of modified and special measuring tools over the past 66 years and welcomes your inquiries for specials. S-T also manufactures a complete range of optical comparators, horizontal and vertical types in screen diameters of 14", 16", 24" and 30". All models feature Acu-Rite TM precision glass scales with a resolution of .00005"/.001MM and a choice of Quadra-Chek TM digital readout systems including the QC-100, QC-200, QC-300 and QC-5000 series. The 24" and 30" models include standard motorized joystick controls in the X and Y axis travel and are available with fully automatic CNC controls. Smaller units are also available with motor controls and fully automatic CNC controls. Special inquiries are also welcome. S-T has supplied units with extended vertical travel, special long focal length lens and X-axis travel up to 30 inches. S-T also manufactures a series of video inspection systems with stage travels of 4"X8", 4"X12", 6"X8", 6"X12" and 12"X12", with larger sizes available on request. All video systems feature 30X-180X zoom lenses, high resolution color cameras and flat screen LCD monitors, LED lighting, Acu-Rite TM high precision glass scales with .00005"/.001MM resolution, a choice Of all Quadra-Chek digital readout systems are available for manual operation, motorized X, Y and Z motions or with fully automatic CNC controls. All S-T optical comparators and video inspection systems include factory installation, training, certification to NIST and a two-year warranty on parts and labor at no extra charge and are manufactured in the U.S.A. at our factory in St. James, Minnesota. For more information call us at 8001326-2039, FAX 5071375-4503, email email@example.com or visit our web site at www.stindustries.com COMPARISON OF INDUSTRIAL VISION SENSORS TO STANDARD PHOTOELECTRIC SENSORS IN COMPLEX SORTING, CHECKING AND EVALUATING APPLICATIONS Requirements for product testing varies widely within the market. Clearly, there are a variety of means to accomplish this task from simple photoelectric sensors capable of evaluating a single feature to expensive custom vision systems with nearly endless capabilities, limited only by the size of one's checkbook. In the end, however, the questions are "How much testing is necessary?" And "How can one minimize the costs of such testing?" Let's look at some decision points of a new series of product called "vision sensors," and how they might relate to this continuum of testing needs from simple to complicated. The vision sensor emerged on the market several years ago. Recently, with the participation of many vendors and an array of products in their offering, the number quickly escalated so that today there are myriad products to choose from. From a hardware standpoint, vision sensors share common capabilities with vision systems and smart cameras. Generally speaking they are not so different and consist of imaging optics, imager, processor, I/O, firmware or software, etc. Where they do differ is in the flexibility of the firmware or software to accomplish certain tasks. A vision sensor has a much-abbreviated set of methods that are specific to its testing capabilities. If the function is not included from the manufacturer it is generally not possible to add the capability. On the other hand, the smart camera has a large array of functions from which to build an application with the possibility of writing external routines and hooking them into the program environment to semi-customize tasks. Finally, a vision system may be completely free-form, allowing it to be configured to specialized test and inspection needs. FLEXIBILITY OF POSITION Unlike a traditional sensor, an important feature of the vision sensor is its ability to evaluate pixels; these pixels are in a region of interest rather than at a specific spatial point. Therefore, an evaluation can be made at any location within the field of view of the imager as we see in Figure 1. In this example, the component is free to move vertically or horizontally so long as the attribute we are inspecting (the c-ring and its opening) remains in the region of interest (the yellow box). Making a presence measurement of the c-ring with traditional sensors would likely be quite easy, but the ability to make that evaluation over a dimensional variation that exceeds the thickness of the c-ring would be impossible; it simply would not remain in the field of view of the sensor (typically called the "spot"). FLEXIBILITY OF NUMBER OF TESTS Traditional sensors do a single job very well; however, they do not typically have the latitude to make several tests, for instance, with the gum pack in Figure 2. Inspecting the presence of any one of the products in the wrapper is easy, but inspecting all six using traditional sensors either requires six sensors connected in some logical AND configuration, or an elaborate indexing and control mechanism to carry out six separate tests and some storage mechanism to tabulate the index vs. result for each position and logically AND them together at the end of the steps. For the vision sensor, there is also no requirement that the method used in the first evaluation be repeated. We could just have easily asked for an inspection of printing and sealing components in the same field of view as the count. All can be accomplished in a single test so long as the vision sensor can see all the attributes that it needs to inspect. A great example of multiple checks is the milk carton (Figure 3). During production, several attributes need to be checked, these include: o Seal integrity o Printed date and lot coding o Cap integrity It is easy for the vision sensor to locate the part feature of a specific check, such as the cap, and test for its presence then move to the date code, the sealed edge, etc. FLEXIBILITY OF INSPECTION TECHNIQUE As noted earlier, in most cases, a photoelectric sensor comes out of the box ready to use. There may be some setup, certainly alignment, and also perhaps some sensitivity adjustment, which may be mechanical or programmed via pushbutton. The point being, that outside of minor adjustments, when it comes to detecting a single aspect of an object, the capability of a photoelectric sensor cannot be matched by vision sensors. In the case of the vision sensor, flexibility lies in its ease-of-use. The ability to vary the test method is generally accomplished via a program, a graphical user interface that facilitates customizing the application to achieve the test result. Once the user has setup the program, it is downloaded to the vision sensor and the vision sensor carries out the set of instructions. There are a variety of ways to accomplish this. Figure 4 is an example of the programming environment for one type of sensor. It is a single screen divided into sections for operation, configuration, results, setup, and display. Some manufacturers of vision sensors compartmentalize the user interface into a step-by-step wizard. In either case, under the umbrella of "ease-of-use," the functionality of the program environment is huge, albeit fixed to certain methods. ANCILLARY EQUIPMENT As with any vision system, the need to appropriately illuminate the subject matter in order to achieve unambiguous results is paramount in the setup. Considerations for interchangeable optics, if available, and external lighting to maximize image contrast and minimizing ambient lighting variations are real considerations that need to be factored into one's decision and budget. The vision sensor is a great addition to the tool box of industrial process engineers and technicians; it brings new capability to error-proofing in a variety of production environments from automotive to consumer packaged goods. OLYMPUS NDT Olympus NDT is a world-leading manufacturer of innovative nondestructive testing instruments that are used in industrial and research applications ranging from aerospace, power generation, petrochemical, civil infrastructure and automotive to consumer products. Leading edge testing technologies include ultrasound, ultrasound phased array, eddy current, eddy current array, and X-ray fluorescence. Its products include flaw detectors, thickness gages, inline systems, automated systems, industrial scanners, pulser-receivers, probes, transducers, and various accessories. Olympus NDT is also a distributor of remote visual inspection instruments and high speed video cameras in the Americas. OLYMPUS i-SPEED HIGH SPEED VIDEO CAMERA RANGE Olympus offers the very latest in highspeed video cameras. Our expertise in advanced digital image processing technology has resulted in a wide range of high-speed video cameras for use in numerous industries such as automotive, aerospace, R&D, production, manufacturing, broadcasting and ballistics. The i-SPEED series of cameras builds on the Olympus reputation for image quality, utilizing years of unparalleled experience in digital image processing. Each camera in the range can be completely operated by the unique CDU, independent of a PC, and is solidly constructed from aluminium housing - making them extremely portable and ideal for a wide range of industrial applications. Video images are digitally captured onto its onboard memory, where they can be written to compact flash card or downloaded via Ethernet connection to a laptop or PC. Custom designed software provides the operator with the ability to analyze and enhance images. Velocity and distance measurement can also be calculated. Renowned for excellence in image quality, Olympus utilizes custom designed CMOS sensors and draws on its years of distinguished experience for digital image processing to provide the very best images possible. From the very beginning Olympus i-SPEED cameras have been unique in that they do not require a PC for operation - full camera control and functionality is available from the Controller Display Unit (CDU). PC connection is optional. This makes the cameras extremely portable and the simple GUI makes them even more easy to operate. Customers can now take the camera to the event location and can get on with the task of analysing the motion more quickly than ever before. With resolutions of up to 1280x1024, light sensitive pixel sizes of up to 21microns, frame speeds of up to one millions frames per second and shutter speeds of up to 0.2 microseconds, the i-SPEED range of cameras are suitable for even the most demanding applications A host of Olympus-only features add real benefit for the scientific user: o i-FOCUS - electronic method of confirming point of focus and depth of field o Video trigger - trigger cameras by setting up to three different areas of interest and registering the average level of luminance o Data Synchronization - accurately synchronize data with video to reinforce analysis Olympus also offers a powerful motion analysis software package incorporating automatic tracking of features and output of results to Excel, and HTML report generation. MICRO-VU CORPORATION PRECISION MEASUREMENTS SYSTEMS Micro-Vu Corporation is a worldclass manufacturer of multisensor, video, and optical measurements systems. With more than 50 years of measurement experience, Micro-Vu has established a reputation of making dependable, high precision machines with excellent support and value. Micro-Vu's headquarters is located in California's wine country. The 6.5 acre facility is home to the engineering, manufacturing, and assembly operations. Vertical integration reduces the cost and lead time of production and development. Micro-Vu's multisensor systems using InSpec Metrology Software can reduce inspection times by 90% or more. Sixty minutes of hand tool inspection can be reduced to a couple of minutes. Micro-Vu's InSpec software is easy to learn and to use. InSpec's point and click interface sets the standard for ease of programming and editing. InSpec integrates touch probe, vision, and laser probe measurements. The software includes GD&T tolerances, CAD import tools, automated reporting, whisker charting of data, customizable overlays, and controls to coordinate with external applications. Free updates add to the value of Micro-Vu systems for years after their purchase. Thousands of manufactures rely on Micro-Vu systems to improve the quality of their products. From dental implants to large LCD panels, from microns to 2.5 meters, Micro- Vu has a system for the job. Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org to arrange a hands-on demonstration and learn how you can reduce inspection time and increase productivity. Part of Jenoptik, Hommel-Etamic is a global full service system provider of high-precision production metrology technologies, including non-contact optical, shape analysis, contour, surface finish, non-contact pneumatic, contact in-process, non-contact in-process, final inspection, roughness, topography, form, and position.
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