1 QUICK START SMC FLEX BULLETIN 0 This guide provides you with the basic information required to start up your SMC Flex controller. When reading this document, look for this symbol Step x to guide you through the four basic steps required to install, start-up, and program the SMC Flex. The information provided in this Quick Start guide does not replace the User Manual which can be ordered or downloaded by visiting The Quick Start guide assumes the installer is a qualified person with previous experience and basic understanding of electrical terminology, configuration procedures, required equipment, and safety precautions. For safety of maintenance personnel as well as others who might be exposed to electrical hazards associated with maintenance activities, follow all local safety related work practices (for example, the NFPA 70E, Part II in the United States). Maintenance personnel must be trained in the safety practices, procedures, and requirements that pertain to their respective job assignments. For detailed SMC Flex information including set-up, programming, precautions, and application considerations, refer to the following documentation. For product technical support: Title Publication Number Availability SMC Flex User Manual 0-UM008* SMC Flex Application Guide 0-AT00* Online Support Telephone Support (option, option or use direct dial code 80)
2 SMC Flex Quick Start Step - Read the General Precautions! WARNING Only personnel familiar with the controller and associated machinery should plan or implement the installation, start-up, and subsequent maintenance of the system. Failure to do this may result in personal injury and/or equipment damage. Hazardous voltage is present in the motor circuit even when the SMC-Flex controller is off. To avoid shock hazard, disconnect main power before working on the controller, motor, and control devices such as Start-Stop push buttons. Procedures that require parts of the equipment to be energized during troubleshooting, testing, etc., must be performed by properly qualified personnel, using appropriate local safety work practices and precautionary measures. Failure of solid state power switching components can cause overheating due to a single-phase condition in the motor. To prevent injury or equipment damage, the use of an isolation contactor or shunt trip type circuit breaker on the line side of the SMC is recommended. This device should be capable of interrupting the motor s lock rotor current. Hazardous voltages that can cause shock, burn, or death are present on L, L, L, T, T, T, T, T, and T6. Power terminal covers for units rated A can be installed to prevent inadvertent contact with terminals. Disconnect the main power before servicing the motor controller, motor, or associated wiring.
3 SMC Flex Quick Start NOTICE The controller contains ESD- (electrostatic discharge) sensitive parts and assemblies. Static control precautions are required when installing, testing, servicing, or repairing the assembly. Component damage may result if ESD control procedures are not followed. If you are not familiar with static control procedures, refer to applicable ESD protection handbooks. Stopping modes are not intended to be used as an emergency stop. The user is responsible for determining which stopping mode is best suited to the application. Refer to the applicable standards for emergency stop requirements. Pump Stopping may cause motor heating depending on the mechanical dynamics of the pumping system. Therefore, select the lowest stopping time setting that will satisfactorily stop the pump. Slow Speed running is not intended for continuous operation due to reduced motor cooling. The fan jumpers have been factory installed for 0/0V AC input. Refer to page 9 for 0/0V AC fan wiring ( 80 A devices only). Two peripheral devices can be connected to the DPI port. The maximum output current through the DPI port is 80 ma. When installing or inspecting protective modules, make sure that the controller has been disconnected from the power source. The protective module should be inspected periodically for damage or discoloration. Replace if necessary. An incorrectly applied or installed controller can damage components or reduce product life. Wiring or application errors such as under sizing the motor, over sizing the controller, incorrect or inadequate AC supply, excessive ambient temperatures, or power quality may result in malfunction of the system. The Motor Overload parameter must be programmed by the installer to provide proper protection. Overload configuration must be properly coordinated with the motor. This product has been designed and tested as Class A equipment for EMC compatibility. Use of the product in domestic environments may cause radio interference, in which case, the installer may need to employ additional mitigation methods. Disconnect the controller from the motor before measuring insulation resistance (IR) of the motor windings. Voltages used for insulation resistance testing can cause SCR failure. Do not make any measurements on the controller with an Insulation Resistance (IR or Megger) tester.
4 SMC Flex Quick Start Step - Installation Mounting Enclosure Ratings Standard Device Rating IP00 (NEMA Open Type) Minimum Required Enclosure IP (NEMA Type ) Recommended Enclosure IP (NEMA Type ), sizing guide in User Manual Enclosure Internal Temperature - 0 C ( F) Orientation and Clearance Mounting Orientation Vertical Minimum horizontal clearance 0 cm (0 in.) Minimum vertical clearance cm (6 in.) Controllers rated 6 0 A Device must be lifted only at the designated lift points identified with labels. Lifting Points
5 SMC Flex Quick Start Dimensions For detailed dimensions, please refer to the SMC Flex User Manual. A C B Lang Esc Sel SMC-Flex TM Dimensions are in millimeters (inches). Controller Rating [A] Height (B) Width (A) Depth (C) Approximate Shipping Weight 8.0 (.60) 0.0 (.90) 0.0 (8.00).7 kg (. lb) 08.7 (7.7) 96. (7.7). (8.).0 kg (.0 lb) (.0).0 (8.86).8 (9.99) 0. kg (67.0 lb) (.6) 90.0 (.) 76. (0.89).8 kg (0 lb) (.00) 96.9 (.0) 6. (.6) 79 kg (9 lb) (.00) 96.9 (.0) 6. (.6) kg (9 lb)
6 SMC Flex Quick Start Power Wiring Refer to the product nameplate or the SMC Flex User Manual for device specific information. SMC Rating [A] Lug Kit Cat. No. Control Terminals Wire Strip Length mm LF 8 0 mm 0 99-LF 8 0 mm LG 8 mm DL60 mm/6 mm DL860 6 mm/8 mm 0 00-DL60 00-DL860 mm/6 mm 6 mm/8 mm Conductor Range. 8 mm (# /0 AWG) 6 0 mm (#6 0 MCM) 6 0 mm (#6 0 MCM) 0 mm (# 00 MCM) 70 0 mm (/0 00 MCM) 0 0 mm (/0 00 MCM) 70 0 mm (/0 00 MCM) 0 0 mm (/0 00 MCM) Max. No. Lugs/Pole Tightening Torque Line Side Load Side Wire - Lug Lug - Busbar. N m (00 lb in) N m (7 lb in) N m (7 lb in) N m (7 lb in) N m (00 lb in) N m (00 lb in) N m (00 lb in) N m (00 lb in) N m (00 lb in) 8 N m (0 lb in) 68 N m (600 lb in) 68 N m (600 lb in) 68 N m (600 lb in) Terminal Description Terminal Description Footnotes ➂➃ Control Power Input (+) ➀ PTC Input ➂➃ Control Power Common ➀ PTC Input ➀ Controller Enable Input Tachometer Input Ground 6 Tachometer Input ➀➂ Option Input # 7➀ Ground Fault Transformer Input 6➀➂ Option Input # 8➀ Ground Fault Transformer Input 7➀➂ Start Input 9➁➂ Aux Contact # 8➀➂ Stop Input 0➁➂ Aux Contact # 9➁➂ Aux Contact # ➁➂ Aux Contact # 0➁➂ Aux Contact # ➁➂ Aux Contact # Not Used ➁➂ Aux Contact # Not Used ➁➂ Aux Contact # ➀ ➁ ➂ ➃ Do not connect any additional loads to these terminals. These parasitic loads may cause incorrect operation. When set for External Bypass mode, the SMC Flex can be used to control a properly sized external contactor and overload once the motor reaches full speed. The SMC-Flex overload functionality is disabled in this mode. RC Snubbers are required on inductive type loads connected to auxiliary contacts. Control power on units rated 6 0 A is pre-wired internally, from terminal block CP.
7 SMC Flex Quick Start 7 Control Wiring Refer to the product nameplate for additional details. Depending on the specific application, additional control circuit transformer VA capacity may be required. Controllers rated 80 A Control power is connected to the product through terminals and. Conductor Range Torque Controllers rated 6 0 A 0.7. mm (8 AWG) 0.6 N m ( lb in) Maximum Number of Wires per Terminal AC Control Voltage Input 00 0V AC or V AC (+0/-%) Supply Type V AC Power Requirement 00 0V AC Power Requirement -phase, 0/60 Hz 0VA Control power is connected to the product through terminal block CP, at terminals and. 7VA DC Control Voltage Input V DC (+0/-%) Fan Power Input (AC only) Conductor Range Torque Inrush Current Inrush Time Transient Watts Transient Time Staedy State Watts Recommended Supply F F F0 F F7 F80 A 0 ms 60 W 00 ms W 606-XLP0E separately wired 0VA 0VA 60VA 0.7. mm (8 AWG) 0.6 N m ( lb in) Maximum Number of Wires per Terminal Control Voltage Input 0/0V AC or 0/0V AC, (+0/-%) Supply Type Control Power Input -phase, 0/60 Hz 800VA (includes controller, bypass, and fans)
8 8 SMC Flex Quick Start Typical Wiring Diagrams Typical Power Wiring Examples Diagrams per NEMA Symbology Line Connection with Isolation Contactor (Default Mode) Delta Connection with Isolation Contactor (Optional Mode) Delta Connection with Shorted SCR Protection (Optional Mode) L L L L L L L L L K K T6 T T K T T T T T T T T T T6 T T Motor Motor Motor Diagrams per IEC Symbology Line Connection with Isolation Contactor (Default Mode) L L L Delta Connection with Isolation Contactor (Optional Mode) L L L Delta Connection with Shorted SCR Protection (Optional Mode) L L L K K 6 6 V W U K 6 U V 6 W 6 U V W 6 U V W W U V M M M
9 SMC Flex Quick Start 9 Typical Control Wiring Examples Fig.x Wire Control (No DPI control or Option Stopping) with Fault Indication Fan Power Terminations Example (Separately Wired for F...F80 Devices) L (L+) Wire Device Programming Notes: Aux# Set for Fault Parameter# Set for Diable Factory Default Position 0/0 VAC Supply Jumpers FAN Hold In Aux# Optional Configuration 0/0 VAC SMC Flex Control Terminals Aux# Aux# Aux# Supply Jumper Fault Indication N (L-) Fig.x Wire Control (With or Without DPI control), Isolation Contactor (K), and Up-to-Speed Indication L (L+) Stop Programming Notes: Aux# Set for Normal Aux# Set for Up to Speed Connection Required for DPI Control Start FAN Hold In Aux# SMC Flex Control Terminals Aux# Aux# Aux# K A A Up-to-Speed Indication N (L-)
10 0 SMC Flex Quick Start Typical Control Wiring Examples, Continued Fig.x Wire Control with Option Stopping, DPI control, Isolation Contactor (K), and Alarm Indication L (L+) Option Stop Stop Programming Notes: Aux# Set for Normal Aux# Set fot Alarm Start FAN Hold In Aux# SMC Flex Control Terminals Aux# Aux# Aux# K A A Alarm Indication N (L-) Fig.x Start and Stop Control via DPI Communication ONLY with Isolation Contactor (K) L (L+) Programming Notes: Aux# Set for Normal Parameter #87 - Logic Mask must be set for DPI Control. - Value of enables HIM control only - Value of enables Communication Port control only - Value of enables ALL DPI ports for control FAN Hold In Aux# SMC Flex Control Terminals Aux# Aux# Aux# K A A N (L-)
11 SMC Flex Quick Start Step - Basic Programming The SMC-Flex controller can be programmed with the built-in keypad and LCD display or with an optional Bulletin 0-HIM-xx LCD human interface module. Menu Structure Hierarchy Main Menu Parameters See File Structure Below for additional details Power Up and Status Display --- Stopped Amps Volt %MTU Diagnostics Preferences Alarms Faults Device Revision Change Password User Dspl Line User Dspl Time User Dspl Video Reset User Display Memory Storage Reset to Defaults Log In * Enter Password (* - Only Active when a password is used) Monitoring Set Up Motor Protection Communications Utility Linear List Metering Basic Overload Jam Comm Masks Language Linear List Volts Phase A-B Volts Phase B-C Volts Phase C-A Current Phase A Current Phase B Current Phase C Watt Meter Kilowatt Hours Elapsed Time Meter Reset Power Factor Mtr Thermal Usage SMC Option Motor Connection Line Voltage Starting Mode Ramp Time Initial Torque Cur Limit Lvl Kickstart Time Kickstart Level Stop Input Option Input Option Input Stop Mode Stop Time Overload Class Service Factor Motor FLC Overload Reset Aux Config Aux Config Aux Config Aux Config Parameter Mgt Overload Class Service Factor Motor FLC Overload Reset Overload A Lvl Underload Underload F Lvl Underload F Dly Underload A Lvl Underload A Dly Undervoltage Undervoltage F Lvl Undervoltage F Dly Undervoltage A Lvl Undervoltage A Dly Overvoltage Overvoltage F Lvl Overvoltage F Dly Overvoltage A Lvl Overvoltage A Dly Unbalance Unbalance F Lvl Unbalance F Dly Unbalance A Lvl Unbalance A Dly Jam F Lvl Jam F Dly Jam A Lvl Jam A Dly Stall Stall Delay Ground Fault Gnd Flt Enable Gnd Flt Lvl Gnd Flt Dly Gnd Flt Inh Time Gnd Flt A Enable Gnd Flt A Lvl Gnd Flt A Dly PTC PTC Enable Phase Reversal Phase Reversal Restart Starts Per Hour Restart Attempts Restart Delay Logic Mask Data Links Data In A Data In A Data In B Data In B Data In C Data In C Data In D Data In D Data Out A Data Out A Data Out B Data Out B Data Out C Data Out C Data Out D Data Out D Language Motor Data Motor FLC Motor ID All Parameters Note: Depending on the SMC option, additional parameters may appear in some menus The external HIM has similar programming operation to the built-in HIM, however some differences do exist. The built-in HIM can not be used to program other DPI devices (i.e. Device Select)
12 SMC Flex Quick Start Access the Basic set up group by selecting the Parameters menu from the Main Menu and then Set Up.This programming group provides a limited parameter set, allowing quick start-up with minimal adjustment. Parameter Name and Description Values Default Parameter # - SMC Option Displays the type of controller. This is factory set and not adjustable. Parameter # - Motor Connection Displays the motor type to which the device is being connected. Parameter # 6 - Line Voltage Displays the system line voltage to which the unit is connected. Parameter # 7 - Starting Mode Allows the user to program the SMC-Flex controller for the type of starting that best fits the application. Parameter # 8 - Ramp Time This sets the time period during which the controller will ramp the output voltage. Parameter # 9 - Initial Torque When the Soft Start mode is selected, this parameter sets the initial reduced voltage output level for the voltage ramp. Parameter # 0 - Current Limit Level When Current Limit mode is selected, this parameters sets level of current that is applied for the programmed Ramp Time. Parameter # - Kickstart Time A boost current is provided to the motor for the programmed time period. Parameter # - Kickstart Level Adjusts the amount of current applied to the motor during kickstart. Parameter # - Stop Input Allows the user to select the operation of terminal 8, Stop Input. Parameter # - Option Input Allows the user to select the operation of terminal 6, Option Input #. Parameter # - Option Input Allows the user to select the operation of terminal, Option Input #. Parameter # - Stop Mode Allows the user to program the SMC Flex controller for the type of stopping that best fits the application. Parameter # - Stop Time This sets the time period which the controller will ramp the voltage during a stopping maneuver. Parameter # - Overload Class Allows the user to enter the desired Overload trip class for the motor. Parameter # - Service Factor Allows the user to enter the Service Factor of the motor. For IEC motors the typical value is.0. For NEMA Parameter # 6 - Motor FLC This is a user entered value that is needed so the device can provide proper motor Overload protection. Parameter # 7 - OL Reset Mode This value allows the user to define how the overload can reset. Parameter # 07 - Aux Config Auxiliary contact is located at terminals 9 and 0 and allows the user to configure the operation of the contact. Parameter # 0 - Aux Config Auxiliary contact is located at terminals 9 and 0 and allows the user to configure the operation of the contact. Parameter # 08 - Aux Config Auxiliary contact is located at terminals and and allows the user to configure the operation of the contact. Parameter # 09 - Aux Config Auxiliary contact is located at terminals and and allows the user to configure the operation of the contact. Parameter # - Allows the user the ability to recall all Factory default parameter values. Standard, Pump Control, Brake Line or Delta Read Only Line Soft Start, Current Limit, Full Soft Start Voltage, Linear Speed, Pump Control 0 0 s % of locked rotor torque % FLC s % of locked rotor torque 0 Coast, Stop Option Coast Disable, Coast, Stop Option, Stop Option Fault, Fault NC, Network Disable, Slow Speed, Dual Ramp, Disable Fault, Fault NC, Network, Clear Fault Soft Stop, Linear Speed, SMB, Soft Stop Accu-Stop, Pump Stop s 0.0 Disable, 0,, 0, Auto, Manual Normal, Up-to-speed, Fault, Alarm, Network Control, External Bypass: (N.O./N.C.) Normal, Up-to-speed, Fault, Alarm, Network Control, External Bypass: (N.O./N.C.) Normal, Up-to-speed, Fault, Alarm, Network Control, External Bypass: (N.O./N.C.) Normal, Up-to-speed, Fault, Alarm, Network Control, External Bypass: (N.O./N.C.) Ready, Load Default Manual Normal Fault Alarm Normal Ready
13 SMC Flex Quick Start Step - Operation and Troubleshooting Start Up Check List. Verify Input Supply voltage and wiring. Check output wiring. Check control wiring. Apply control power. Test local start/stop control Monitoring The SMC Flex controller has built in diagnostics and metering functions which can be accessed through a local or remote LCD display. Step Action From any menu, Press Esc to get to the MAIN Device display. If using the built in display, Press Enter and continue to step #. If using a remote HIM, first make sure that the SMC Flex is displayed by going to MAIN MENU / DEVICE SELECT / SMC FLEX Press Enter and continue to step #. To View or Review the Metering Information - Access the metering parameters by selecting PARAMETER / MONITORING / and then METERING. Press enter to view any selected value. Viewing and Clearing Faults Step Action Press Esc to acknowledge the fault. The fault information will be removed so that you can use the HIM. To View or Review the fault information - Go to MAIN MENU / DIAGNOSTICS / FAULTS / VIEW FAULT QUEUE. - Or look at parameters 8. Address the condition that caused the fault. The cause must be corrected before the fault can be cleared. After corrective action has been taken, clear the fault by one of these methods: - Press and Hold the ESC key for seconds. - Cycle control power to the device. - Press Stop key on an External HIM. - Program the SMC-Flex controller for a CLEAR FAULT, which can be found in MAIN MENU / DIAGNOSTICS / FAULTS. - Option Input # (terminal ) can be configured to clear faults with the use of N.O. push button.
14 SMC Flex Quick Start Troubleshooting - Abbreviated Listing For a complete list of fault codes and troubleshooting tips, refer to the SMC Flex User Manual. Display Fault Fault Code Enabled Possible Causes Possible Solutions Line Fault with Phase Indication Shorted SCR with Phase indication Open Gate with Phase Indication PTC Power Pole and SCR Overtemp,, prestart only Missing supply phase Motor not connected properly Incoming -phase voltage instability Check for open line (i.e., blown fuse) Check for open load lead Verify power quality,, 6 all Shorted power module Check for shorted SCR, replace power module if necessary 7, 8, 9 start or stop Open gate circuitry Loose gate lead 0, Controller ventilation blocked Controller duty cycle exceeded Fan failure Ambient temperature limit exceeded Failed thermistor Motor PTC running Motor ventilation blocked Motor duty cycle exceeded PTC open or shorted Open Bypass with phase indication,, running Control voltage is low Inoperable power module bypass No Load Fault 6, 7, 8, 0 prestart only Loss of load side power wiring Start command cycled unexpectedly with motor rotating Line Unbalance 9 running Supply unbalance is greater than the user-programmed value The delay time is too short for the application Overvoltage 0 running Supply voltage is greater than user programmed value The delay time is too short for the application Undervoltage running Supply voltage is less than user programmed value The delay time is too short for the application Overload running Motor overloaded Overload parameters are not matched to the motor Underload running Broken motor shaft, belts, toolbits, etc.. Pump cavitation Incorrect user setting Perform resistance check; replace power module if necessary Check gate lead connections to the control module Check for proper ventilation Check application duty cycle Wait for motor to cool or provide external cooling Replace power module or control module as needed Replace fan Check for proper ventilation Check application duty cycle Wait for motor to cool or provide external cooling Check resistance of PTC Check control voltage power supply Replace power module Check control module TB TB and TB TB7 for securness Check Aux,,, configurations are not set to External Bypass Check all load side power connections Check motor windings Check power system and correct if necessary Extend the delay time to match the application requirements Check power system and correct if necessary Correct the user-programmed value Extend the delay time to match the application requirements Check power system and correct if necessary Correct the user-programmed value Extend the delay time to match the application requirements Check motor overload condition Check values for overload class and motor FLC Verify current draw of the motor Check pump system, machine drive components, and loading Check settings Repair or replace motor Jam running Motor current has exceeded the user programmed jam level Correct source of jam or excessive loading Check programmed time value Stall running Motor did not reach full speed by the end of the programmed ramp time Incorrect user setting Phase Reversal 6 prestart Incoming supply voltage is not in the expected ABC sequence only Network and Comm's Loss 0,, 7, 8, 9 all DPI network loss Communication disconnection at the serial port Ground Fault running Ground fault current level has exceeded programmed value The delay time is too short for the application Power Loss with phase indication Line Loss with phase indication Internal V and System Faults, 6, 7 start or stop,, start or stop,, 6, 8 09 all Missing supply phase (as indicated) Internal CT problem Incoming -phase voltage instability or distortion High impedance connection Low line condition Excessive load on Correct source of stall or excessive loading Adjust SMC starting parameters to compensate for load Check power wiring, correct if necessary Check communication adapters and verify connection to SMC Reconnect each DPI connected device Check power system and motor; correct if necessary Check programmed ground fault levels to match application requirements Extend the delay time to match the application requirements Check for open line (i.e., blown line fuse) Replace power pole as indicated Check supply voltage for capability to start/stop motor Check for loose connections on line side or motor side of power wires Verify and correct input power quality Check the control power, verify it is within the specification Check connections and grounding to the SMC control terminals Replace control module
15 SMC Flex Quick Start Repair Parts Description SMC Rating Part No. ➀ For units rated V AC For units rated 690V AC 00 0V AC V AC/DC 00 0V AC Control Modules Standard All 9--0-SFX 9--0-SFX 9--0-SFZ Pump All 9--0-BFX 9--0-BFX 9--0-BFZ Braking 8 A 9--0-DAX 9--0-DAX 9--0-DAZ 08 A 9--0-DBX 9--0-DBX 9--0-DBZ 7 80 A 9--0-DCX 9--0-DCX 9--0-DCZ A 9--0-DDX N/A 9--0-DDZ A 9--0-DEX N/A 9--0-DEZ Part No. ➀ Description SMC Rating Series Line Voltage 00 80V V 0 690V Power Poles A B 0-FPPB ➁ 0-FPPC ➁ N/A A B 0-FPPB ➁ 0-FPPC ➁ N/A A B 0-FPPB ➁ 0-FPPC ➁ N/A 60 A B 0-FPP60B ➁ 0-FPP60C ➁ N/A 8 A B 0-FPP8B ➁ 0-FPP8C ➁ N/A 08 A A ➂ ➂ N/A A A ➂ ➂ N/A 08 A B 0-FPP08B ➁ 0-FPP08C ➁ 0-FPP08Z ➁ A B 0-FPPB ➁ 0-FPPC ➁ 0-FPPZ ➁ 0 A B 0-FPP0B 0-FPP0C 0-FPP0Z ➂ A B 0-FPPB 0-FPPC 0-FPPZ ➂ 7 A B 0-FPP7B 0-FPP7C 0-FPP7Z ➂ 6 A B 0-FPP6B 0-FPP6C 0-FPP6Z ➂ 80 A B 0-FPP80B 0-FPP80C 0-FPP80Z ➂ 6 A B 0-FPP6B 0-FPP6C 0-FPP6Z ➂ 780 A B 0-FPP780B 0-FPP780C 0-FPP780Z ➂ 970 A B 0-FPP970B 0-FPP970C 0-FPP970Z ➂ 0 A B 0-FPP0B 0-FPP0C 0-FPP0Z ➂ Heatsink Fans 8 A B A B A B A B /0V AC 6 0 A B Control Power 0/0V AC 6 0 A B Control Power Base Plate 0 A B By-Pass Contactor ➃ 0/0V AC Control Power 0/0V AC Control Power 7 80 A B A B 00-D80ED A B 00-D0ED A B 00-D80EA A B 00-D0EA ➀ ➁ ➂ ➃ One piece provided per part number. Three-phase power pole structure provided per part no. One-phase power pole provided per part no. Refer to Appendix D in the SMC Flex User Manual, for installation instructions.
16 Publication 0-QS00G-EN-P August (7) Superecedes Publication 0-QS00F-EN-P November 006 Copyright 008 Rockwell Automation, Inc. All Rights Reserved. Printed in USA.
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