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1 TEC20 Wireless Coordinator Installation Instructions TEC20-3C-2, TEC20-6C , Rev. F Part No , Rev. F Issued March 2016 Application IMPORTANT: The TEC20 Wireless Coordinator is intended to provide an input to equipment under normal operating conditions. Where failure or malfunction of the wireless coordinator could lead to personal injury or property damage to the controlled equipment or other property, additional precautions must be designed into the control system. Incorporate and maintain other devices, such as supervisory or alarm systems or safety or limit controls, intended to warn of or protect against failure or malfunction of the wireless coordinator. IMPORTANT: Le TEC20 Wireless Coordinator est destiné à transmettre des données entrantes à un équipement dans des conditions normales de fonctionnement. Lorsqu'une défaillance ou un dysfonctionnement du wireless coordinator risque de provoquer des blessures ou d'endommager l'équipement contrôlé ou un autre équipement, la conception du système de contrôle doit intégrer des dispositifs de protection supplémentaires. Veiller dans ce cas à intégrer de façon permanente d'autres dispositifs, tels que des systèmes de supervision ou d'alarme, ou des dispositifs de sécurité ou de limitation, ayant une fonction d'avertissement ou de protection en cas de défaillance ou de dysfonctionnement du wireless coordinator. Refer to the QuickLIT website for the most up-to-date version of this document. The TEC Series Wireless Thermostat Controller System provides wireless networked control of HVAC equipment on a Building Automation System (BAS) that enables remote monitoring and programming. This TEC Series System integrates into a supervisory controller using BACnet Internet Protocol (IP) or BACnet Master-Slave/Token-Passing (MS/TP) communications. TEC20 Coordinators allow the supervisory controller to communicate with multiple TEC Wireless Thermostat Controllers. The TEC20 Coordinator initiates the formation of the wireless mesh network; one is required per wireless mesh network. Each TEC20 Coordinator and the TEC Wireless Thermostat Controllers assigned to it share a Personal Area Network Identification (PAN ID). A TEC20 Coordinator requires a 15 VDC power source (available separately). An optional remote-mount antenna and cable is available to allow transmission when the TEC20 Coordinator is mounted inside a metal panel. TEC20 Wireless Coordinator Installation Instructions 1

2 North American Emissions Compliance United States Compliance Statement (Part 15.19) This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions: 1. This device may not cause harmful interference, and 2. This device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation. Warning (Part 15.21) Changes or modifications not expressly approved by the party responsible for compliance could void the user s authority to operate the equipment. Canada Industry Canada Statement The term IC before the certification/registration number only signifies that the Industry Canada technical specifications were met. Le terme «IC» précédant le numéro d'accréditation/ inscription signifie simplement que le produit est conforme aux spécifications techniques d'industry Canada. Section 5.5 of RSS-210 (external/removable antenna) This device has been designed to operate with an antenna having a maximum gain of 2 db. Antenna having a higher gain is strictly prohibited per regulations of Industry Canada. The required antenna impedance is 50 ohms. Cet appareil a été conçu pour fonctionner avec une antenne d'un gain maximum de 2 dbi. En application des réglementations d'industry Canada, l'utilisation d'une antenne de gain supérieur est strictement interdite. L'impédance d'antenne requise est de 50 ohms. Section 5.11 of RSS-210 (external/removable antenna) To reduce potential radio interference to other users, the antenna type and its gain should be so chosen that the Equivalent Isotropically Radiated Power (EIRP) is not more than that required for successful communication. Pour réduire les interférences radio potentielles avec les dispositifs d'autres utilisateurs, le type d'antenne et son gain doivent être choisis de façon à ce que la Puissance Isotrope Rayonnée Équivalente (PIRE) ne soit pas supérieure à la puissance nécessaire pour une bonne communication. Installation Observe these guidelines when installing the TEC20 Coordinator: Transport the TEC20 Coordinator in the original container to minimize vibration and shock damage to the TEC20 Coordinator. Verify that all parts shipped with the TEC20 Coordinator. Do not drop the TEC20 Coordinator or subject it to physical shock. Special Tools Needed three fasteners appropriate for the mounting surface (M4 screws or #8 screws) one 20.3 cm (8 in.) (or longer) piece of DIN rail and appropriate hardware for mounting the DIN rail small straight blade screwdriver for securing communication wires in the terminal blocks type NS35/7.5 (35 x 7.5 mm) DIN rail and DIN rail end clips Note: The length of the DIN rail depends on the number of DIN rail mounted options. Using a DIN rail may be desired if purchasing NPB-PWR DIN Rail Power Module. See Table 4 in the Accessories section for ordering information. Dimensions See Figure 1 for physical features and dimensions of the TEC20 Coordinator. See Figure 2 for tab mounting and DIN rail power module dimensions (2.438) Diagnostic Light Emitting Diodes SEC PRI BEAT STATUS LAN2 (SEC) RJ-45 Ethernet Port (6.313) LAN1 (PRI) RJ-45 Ethernet Port Figure 1: TEC20 Coordinator Physical Features and Dimensions, mm (in.) FIG:TEC20_dimfeat (4.820) Direct-Mount Antenna 2 TEC20 Wireless Coordinator Installation Instructions

3 0.170 in. Diameter (4.32 mm) in. ( mm) 3.75 in. (95.25 mm) 2.50 in. (63.50 mm) Note: Electronic and printed versions of this document may not show the dimensions to scale. Verify all measurements before drilling in. (101.6 mm) DIN mounting is recommended over tab mounting. TEC20-xC-2 Accessory module side tabs NPB-PWR NPB-PWR in. ( mm) 3.25 in. (82.55 mm) Distance between center of tabs from one unit to another unit in. (63.50 mm) 2.50 in. (63.50 mm) FIG:TbDims Figure 2: Tab Mounting and DIN Rail Power Module (NPB-PWR) Dimensions, in. (mm) TEC20 Wireless Coordinator Installation Instructions 3

4 Mounting Follow these guidelines when mounting a TEC20 Coordinator: Ensure that the mounting surface can support the TEC20 Coordinator and any user-supplied enclosure. Mount the TEC20 Coordinator in a horizontal orientation. Mount the TEC20 Coordinator on an even surface whenever possible. Use shims or washers to mount the unit securely on the mounting surface. Mount the TEC20 Coordinator in areas free of corrosive vapors and observe the environmental limitations listed in the Technical Specifications section. Do not mount the TEC20 Coordinator on surfaces that are prone to vibration, such as duct work, or in areas where electromagnetic emissions from other devices or wiring can interfere with TEC20 Coordinator communication. Allow sufficient space for cable and wire connections (minimum of 50 mm [2 in.] in each direction). On panel or enclosure mount applications, observe the following guidelines: Do not install the TEC20 Coordinator in an airtight enclosure. Mount the TEC20 Coordinator so that the enclosure wall or the transformer does not obstruct ventilation of or radiate heat into the TEC20 Coordinator housing. Location Considerations Follow these guidelines when locating a TEC20 Coordinator within a TEC Series Wireless Thermostat Controller System. Locate the TEC20 Coordinator so that it is easily accessible. For best signal transmission, vertically orient the TEC20 Coordinator s antenna with at least 50 mm (2 in.) exposed below (and clear of) any pipes, duct work, or other metal obstructions. Due to the nature of the Radio Frequency (RF) waves, a wireless device may have significantly different signal strengths if its position changes relative to another wireless device or if its environment changes. If a TEC20 Coordinator shows poor signal strength, you may be able to improve the signal strength by moving the device s antenna a couple of inches in either horizontal direction. Locate the TEC20 Coordinator s antenna in line-of-sight with as many TEC Wireless Thermostat Controllers as possible. Do not mount the TEC20 Coordinator s antenna in recessed areas, metal enclosures, or shelving units. Follow these additional guidelines when installing a TEC20 Coordinator: Locate the TEC20 Coordinator near the center of the associated array of TEC Wireless Thermostat Controllers. At a minimum, position a TEC20 Coordinator within 10 m (32.8 ft) of at least two TEC Wireless Thermostat Controllers. At a minimum, position all TEC Wireless Thermostat Controllers within 10 m (32.8 ft) of at least two other TEC Wireless Thermostat Controllers or one TEC Wireless Thermostat Controller and the TEC20 Coordinator. Locate the TEC20 Coordinator on the same floor as, or one floor above or below the associated TEC Wireless Thermostat Controllers. For more information on transmission between floors, refer to the Wireless Metasys System Location Guide (LIT ), which is available on the Johnson Controls Portal intranet site. Avoid metal obstructions and concrete or brick walls between the TEC20 Coordinator and the associated TEC Wireless Thermostat Controllers. For detailed information on location guidelines for a TEC Series Wireless Thermostat Controller System, and for estimating the number of TEC Wireless Thermostat Controllers needed as repeaters for extending wireless transmission range, refer to the Wireless Metasys System Location Guide (LIT ), which is available on the Johnson Controls Portal intranet site. 4 TEC20 Wireless Coordinator Installation Instructions

5 Wireless Signal Transmission Considerations Line-of-sight transmission ranges between a TEC20 Coordinator and a TEC Wireless Thermostat Controller (or between TEC Wireless Thermostat Controllers) can be less than the maximum distances shown in Table 1. The effective transmission range for indoor applications varies because of RF signal absorption and reflection due to metal obstructions, walls (or floors), and furniture found in typical building interiors. Table 1: Recommended Transmission Ranges Type Distance Through Walls 10 m (30 ft) Open Space 30 m (100 ft) FIG:TEC20_DIN_mnt For detailed information on locating TEC Wireless Thermostat Controllers and TEC20 Coordinators for optimum signal strength, refer to the Wireless Metasys System Location Guide (LIT ), which is available on the Johnson Controls Portal intranet site. Wall Mount Applications To mount the TEC20 Coordinator on a wall (or other vertical surface): 1. Hold the TEC20 Coordinator up to the wall, oriented horizontally, as a template and mark the mounting tab hole locations. 2. Drill holes in the wall at the locations marked in Step 1 and insert appropriate wall anchors in all three holes (if necessary). 3. Hold the TEC20 Coordinator in place and insert the screws through the mounting tabs and into the holes. Carefully tighten all of the screws. Figure 3: DIN Rail Mounting and Removal 4. Mount the accessory power module onto the DIN rail in the same manner as Step 3 (Figure 4). 5. Slide the accessory along the DIN rail to connect its 20-position plug into the TEC20 Coordinator. 6. To prevent the TEC20 Coordinator from sliding on the DIN rail, secure with clips provided by the DIN rail vendor, or place a screw in one of the four mounting tabs in the base of the TEC20 Coordinator. IMPORTANT: Do not overtighten the mounting screws. Overtightening the screws may damage the mounting tabs. DIN Rail Mount Applications To mount the TEC20 Coordinator on a DIN rail: DIN rail End Clip NPB-PWR 1. Securely mount an 20.3 cm (8 in.) or longer section of DIN rail horizontally and centered in the required space. If you are mounting both the coordinator and a power module (such as NPB-PWR), the DIN rail section length must be at least 28.0 cm (11 in.). 2. Position the TEC20 Coordinator on the rail, tilting to hook DIN rail tabs over one edge of the DIN rail. 3. Pull out the DIN rail clip and push down and in to force the DIN rail clip to snap over the other edge of the DIN rail. NPB-PWR DIN Rail End Clip Install DIN rail End Clip (Stop Clip) at both ends of final assembly. Figure 4: Using End Clips to Secure Modules FIG:DinClp TEC20 Wireless Coordinator Installation Instructions 5

6 To remove the TEC20 Coordinator from the DIN rail, snap the bottom DIN clips to the extended position and carefully lift the TEC20 Coordinator off the DIN rail. Mounting the Remote Antenna IMPORTANT: Use the antenna provided. Do not alter the antenna in any way or use another antenna. Do not modify the antenna cable in any way. IMPORTANT: Minimum bend radius for the antenna cable is 25 mm (1 in.). Any bend with a smaller radius may damage the cable. Use Figure 5 and the following steps to mount the remote-mount antenna: 1. Ensure that the selected location has line-of-sight to one or more TEC Wireless Thermostat Controllers. 2. Gently screw the female connection of the remote antenna onto the TEC20 Coordinator s antenna connector. 3. Mount the remote antenna on a metal surface, using the weighted magnetic base. Removing and Replacing the Cover You must remove the TEC20 Coordinator cover to connect the battery or to replace the battery. The cover snaps onto the base with four plastic tabs (two on each end). To remove the cover, press in the four tabs on both ends of the unit, and lift the cover off. To replace the cover, orient it so the cutout area for communication ports is correct, and then push inward to snap in place. While the cover is removed, ensure that the Operation Mode jumper is positioned as indicated in Figure 5. Battery Connector (Bottom Board) Diagnostic LEDs (Visible with Cover On) SEC BEAT PRI STATUS Connector for DIN Rail Mounted Power Module On Board Wireless Adapter with Antenna Connection Antenna Connector LAN2 (SEC) LAN1 (PRI) RS-485 (3-position) COM2 Figure 5: TEC20 Coordinator (Cover Removed) Earth Ground Spade Lug Coaxial Power Connector for Wall Mounted Power Module FIG:TEC20_nocvr 6 TEC20 Wireless Coordinator Installation Instructions

7 Battery in Bracket Wireless Communication Status LED LAN2 (SEC) BACnet IP Ports (RJ-45 Ethernet) LAN1 (PRI) FIG:TEC20_btmvw Antenna Connector Battery Connector (on middle of board behind partition) Reset Button ( use unless specifically directed) Do not BACnet MS/TP Port (RS-485) Connector for Coaxial Power Earth Ground Spade Lug Figure 6: TEC20 Coordinator Communication Ports (Bottom View, Cover Removed) Wiring Wiring Considerations and Guidelines IMPORTANT: Do not connect supply power to the TEC20 Coordinator before finishing wiring and checking all wiring connections. Short circuits or improperly connected wires may result in permanent damage to the TEC20 Coordinator. IMPORTANT: Use copper conductors only. Make all wiring in accordance with local, national, and regional regulations. The TEC20 Coordinator is a low-voltage (less than 30 VAC) device. Do not exceed the TEC20 Coordinator s electrical ratings. IMPORTANT: Prevent any static electric discharge to the TEC20 Coordinator. Static electric discharge can damage the TEC20 Coordinator and void any warranties. IMPORTANT: Install the supplied ferrite core per the included ferrite core installation instructions. To wire the TEC20 Coordinator: 1. Terminate wiring per engineering drawings. 2. Connect field-supplied earth grounding wires (with spade connector) from the earth ground lug on the TEC20 Coordinator. 3. Connect communications wiring. See Communications Wiring. 4. Connect power to the TEC20 Coordinator. See Power Wiring. See Figure 1, Figure 5, and Figure 6 to locate connectors and other components on the TEC20 Coordinator. Communications Wiring Connect communications cables to the TEC20 Coordinator using ports on the bottom of the unit (Figure 6). Note: To prevent damage to the TEC20 Coordinator, provide strain relief for communications cables before connecting them to the TEC20 Coordinator. BACnet IP (TEC20-3C-2) LAN1 and LAN2 are RJ-45 connector ports on the bottom of the TEC20 Coordinator (Figure 6) that provide 10/100-Mb Ethernet connection for using BACnet IP communications protocol. Use a standard Ethernet patch cable for connecting to a hub or Ethernet switch. Note: Typically, you only use LAN1 (primary port), unless you have a specific application for isolating a driver s network traffic to a separate IP address (and Local Area Network [LAN]) using LAN2. The packing slip accompanying the TEC20-3C-2 Coordinator provides the factory-shipped IP settings for both LAN1 and LAN2. Refer to the TEC Series Wireless Thermostat Controller System Technical Bulletin (LIT ) for information on the changing IP address. TEC20 Wireless Coordinator Installation Instructions 7

8 BACnet MS/TP (TEC20-6C-2) An RS-485, optically isolated port uses a 3-position, screw terminal connector and always operates as COM2. Wire to this connector with shielded AWG wiring (refer to the TIA/EIA-485 standard). The screw terminals (from left-to-right) are shield, plus (+), and minus (-). Power Wiring!! WARNING: Risk of Electric Shock. Disconnect the power supply before making electrical connections. Contact with components carrying hazardous voltage can cause electric shock and may result in severe personal injury or death. AVERTISSEMENT : Risque de décharge électrique. Débrancher l'alimentation avant de réaliser tout branchement électrique. Tout contact avec des composants conducteurs de tensions dangereuses risque d'entraîner une décharge électrique et de provoquer des blessures graves, voire mortelles. CAUTION: Risk of Electric Shock. Disconnect the power supply before making electrical connections to avoid electric shock. MISE EN GARDE : Risque de décharge électrique. Débrancher l'alimentation avant de réaliser tout raccordement électrique afin d'éviter tout risque de décharge électrique. IMPORTANT: The TEC20 Wireless Coordinator requires 15 VDC supplied by either the NPB-PWR Power Supply (24 VAC 50/60 Hz input) or the TEC20-8X-1 Power Supply (120 VAC 50/60 Hz input). Do not connect a power supply to the TEC20 Wireless Coordinator before finishing and checking all wiring connections. Short circuits or improperly connected wires may result in permanent damage to the equipment. IMPORTANT: User copper conductors only. Make all wiring in accordance with local, national, and regional regulations. The TEC20 Coordinator is a low-voltage (<30 VAC) device. Do not exceed the TEC20 Coordinator electrical ratings. IMPORTANT: Prevent any static electric discharge to the TEC20 Coordinator. Static electric discharge can damage the TEC20 Coordinator and void any warranties. IMPORTANT: For maximum protection from electrostatic discharge or other forms of Electromagnetic Interference (EMI), connect the earth ground spade lug to earth ground using a #16 AWG or larger wire. Keep this wire as short as possible. 8 TEC20 Wireless Coordinator Installation Instructions

9 Use the following procedure to apply power to the TEC20 Coordinator. 1. Remove the cover from the TEC20 Coordinator. 2. Locate the red and black wires coming from the backup battery with 2-position connector plug. 3. Plug the connector into the battery connector on the bottom board (below option slot 2 area). The connector is keyed so that you cannot insert it incorrectly. The red (positive) connection should be the farthest from the two 30-pin option modules connectors. 4. Apply power to the TEC20 Coordinator by plugging in the power plug into the coaxial connector for power port (Figure 6). Battery The TEC20 Coordinator has a custom 10-cell NiMH battery pack mounted under the cover. This battery allows the TEC20 Coordinator to continue operation through very short power interruptions (a few seconds in duration) or to back up data and automatically shut down after power outages of longer than 1 minute. The battery is trickle-charged by the TEC20 Coordinator during normal operation. Following an extended power outage, the battery is charged at a faster rate. Leaving the battery unconnected or in an unpowered TEC20 Coordinator causes the battery to fully discharge in a few weeks. Note: The NiMH battery is fully discharged when factory shipped and requires up to 18 hours of powered operation before it can provide reliable backup power. Replace the battery approximately every 3 years if the TEC20 Coordinator is in a temperature-controlled environment or every year if the TEC20 Coordinator is in a high temperature (greater than 50 C or 122 F) environment. Troubleshooting When power is applied, the STATUS LED (Figure 5) lights. After the TEC20 Coordinator boots, the yellow BEAT LED begins blinking, with a typical rate of about 1 Hz. The blink pattern of the BEAT LED differs for each installation and varies with system load/activity. Use the Diagnostic LEDS (Figure 1 and Figure 5) along with the information in Table 2 to troubleshoot the TEC20 Coordinator. To evaluate wireless communication, check the Wireless Communication Status LED (Figure 6 and Table 3) on the TEC20 Coordinator and TEC Wireless Thermostat Controllers. For further troubleshooting information, refer to the Troubleshooting section in the TEC Series Wireless Thermostat Controller System Technical Bulletin (LIT ). Note: After applying power, if the BEAT LED comes ON steady and stays lit longer than 2 minutes, contact the Field Support Center for assistance. Repair Information If the TEC20 Coordinator fails to operate within its specifications, replace the unit. For a replacement TEC20 Coordinator, contact the nearest Johnson Controls representative. Accessories Use Table 4 to order accessories. Table 2: Diagnostic LEDs Name Color Descriptions SEC, PRI Green Off Steady = No Ethernet link is made. On Steady = Ethernet link is present but no activity on the Local Area Network (LAN). Blink = Ethernet link is present with data activity on the LAN. BEAT Yellow Blink 1/second to 10/minute = normal operation Contact the Field Support Center for assistance if the heartbeat LED: displays On Steady displays Off Steady blinks more than once per second STATUS Green Off Steady = Power Off (or CPU Fault if Power is On - Contact the Field Support Center for assistance) On Steady = Power On, CPU Active TEC20 Wireless Coordinator Installation Instructions 9

10 Table 3: Wireless Communication Diagnostic LED Name Color Descriptions Wireless Communication Status (near antenna) Green 1 short blink = Power On 2 short blinks = Power On, wireless communication memory initialized 3 short blinks = Power On, wireless communication memory initialized, internal communications established 4 short blinks = Power On, wireless communication memory initialized, internal communications established, wireless network successfully started 4 short blinks and 1 long blink = Power On, wireless communication memory initialized, internal communications established, wireless network successfully started, wireless communication with thermostats active Table 4: TEC20 Coordinator Accessories (Order Separately) Code Number Description TEC20-A-1 Replacement antenna for TEC20 Coordinator TEC20-RA-1 Remote antenna for TEC20 Coordinator when it is installed inside a metal cabinet or when remote antenna mounting is required by physical installation, 0.53 m (1.75 ft) cable NPB-PWR 1 DIN Rail Mount 24 VAC/DC Power Module for TEC20 Coordinator TEC20-8X VAC to 15 VDC Power Supply for TEC20 Coordinator TEC20-9B-1 Replacement Battery Pack for TEC20 Coordinator 1. DIN Rail: Type NS35/7.5 (35 x 7.5 mm) and DIN rail end clips. Length of DIN rail depends on the number of DIN rail mounted options. 10 TEC20 Wireless Coordinator Installation Instructions

11 Technical Specifications TEC20 Wireless Coordinator Product Code Numbers Power Requirements Platform Operating System Communications Transmission Range RF Band Transmission Power Wire Size Ambient Conditions Compliance (Pending) Dimensions (H x W x D) Shipping Weight TEC20-3C-2: BACnet IP version TEC20-6C-2: BACnet MS/TP version 15 VDC, 6 W maximum IBM PowerPC 405EP 250 MHz Processor 64 MB SDRAM and 64 MB Serial Flash Battery Backup - shutdown begins within 10 seconds Real-time clock - 3 month backup maximum with battery Niagra AX Ethernet: Two 10/100 Mbps Ports (RJ-45 Connection) RS-232: 9-Pin D-Shell Connection RS-485: 3-Pin Non-Isolated Port Through Walls: 10 m (32.8 ft) Line-of-Sight (Open Space): 30 m (98.4 ft) Direct-Sequence Spread-Spectrum Transmission; 2.4 Ghz unlicensed band 10 mw Maximum 18 AWG Maximum, 22 AWG Recommended Operating: 0 to 50 C (32 to 122 F); 95% RH Maximum, Noncondensing Storage: -20 to 60 C (-4 to 140 F); 95% RH Maximum, Noncondensing United States: UL Listed, File E27734, CCN XAPX, Under UL 873, Temperature Indicating and Regulating Equipment FCC Compliant to CFR 47, Part 15, Subpart B and Part 15 Class A (Other compliance information pending) Canada: C-UL Listed, File E207782, CCN XAPX7, Under CAN/ CSA C22.2 No. 24, Temperature Indicating and Regulating Equipment, and C22.2 No. 205-M1983 Signal Equipment Industry Canada, ICES-003 (Other compliance information pending) x x 61.9 mm (4.820 x x in.) 1.1 lb (0.499 kg) The performance specifications are nominal and conform to acceptable industry standard. For application at conditions beyond these specifications, consult the local Johnson Controls office. Johnson Controls, Inc. shall not be liable for damages resulting from misapplication or misuse of its products. European Single Point of Contact: NA/SA Single Point of Contact: APAC Single Point of Contact: JOHNSON CONTROLS WESTENDHOF ESSEN GERMANY JOHNSON CONTROLS 507 E MICHIGAN ST MILWAUKEE WI USA JOHNSON CONTROLS C/O CONTROLS PRODUCT MANAGEMENT NO. 22 BLOCK D NEW DISTRICT WUXI JIANGSU PROVINCE CHINA Building Efficiency 507 E. Michigan Street, Milwaukee, WI Metasys and Johnson Controls are registered trademarks of Johnson Controls, Inc. All other marks herein are the marks of their respective owners Johnson Controls, Inc. TEC20 Wireless Coordinator Installation Instructions 11 Published in U.S.A.

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