Hikvision DS-K3B801-M-M User Manual

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Swing Barrier
User Manual
Product Name
Model
Swing Barrier
User Manual
© 2018 Hangzhou Hikvision Digital Technology Co., Ltd. This manual applies to swing barrier.
DS-K3B801-M/M
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Should you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact your local dealer.
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Regulatory Information
FCC Information
Please take attention that changes or modification not expressly approved by the party responsible
for compliance could void the user’s authority to operate the equipment.
FCC compliance: This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B
digital device, pursuant to part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide
reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation. This equipment
generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance
with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is
no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does
cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning
the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more
of the following measures:
Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna. Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver. Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is
connected. Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.
FCC Conditions
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.
2. This device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause
undesired operation.
EU Conformity Statement
This product and - if applicable - the supplied accessories too are marked with "CE"
and comply therefore with the applicable harmonized European standards listed
under the RE Directive 2014/53/EU, the EMC Directive 2014/30/EU, the RoHS
Directive 2011/65/EU.
2012/19/EU (WEEE directive): Products marked with this symbol cannot be disposed
of as unsorted municipal waste in the European Union. For proper recycling, return
this product to your local supplier upon the purchase of equivalent new equipment,
or dispose of it at designated collection points. For more information see:
www.recyclethis.info
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2006/66/EC (battery directive): This product contains a battery that cannot be
disposed of as unsorted municipal waste in the European Union. See the product
documentation for specific battery information. The battery is marked with this
symbol, which may include lettering to indicate cadmium (Cd), lead (Pb), or
mercury (Hg). For proper recycling, return the battery to your supplier or to a
designated collection point. For more information see: www.recyclethis.info
Industry Canada ICES-003 Compliance
This device meets the CAN ICES-3 (B)/NMB-3(B) standards requirements.
This device complies with Industry Canada licence-exempt RSS standard(s). Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1) this device may not cause interference, and (2) this device must accept any interference, including interference that may cause undesired operation of the device. Le présent appareil est conforme aux CNR d'Industrie Canada applicables aux appareils radioexempts de licence. L'exploitation est autorisée aux deux conditions suivantes : (1) l'appareil ne doit pas produire de brouillage, et (2) l'utilisateur de l'appareil doit accepter tout brouillage radioélectrique subi, même si le brouillage est susceptible d'en compromettre le fonctionnement. Under Industry Canada regulations, this radio transmitter may only operate using an antenna of a type and maximum (or lesser) gain approved for the transmitter by Industry Canada. To reduce potential radio interference to other users, the antenna type and its gain should be so chosen that the equivalent isotropically radiated power (e.i.r.p.) is not more than that necessary for successful communication.
Conformément à la réglementation d'Industrie Canada, le présent émetteur radio peut fonctionner avec une antenne d'un type et d'un gain maximal (ou inférieur) approuvé pour l'émetteur par Industrie Canada. Dans le but de réduire les risques de brouillage radioélectrique à l'intention des autres utilisateurs, il faut choisir le type d'antenne et son gain de sorte que la puissance isotrope rayonnée équivalente (p.i.r.e.) ne dépasse pas l'intensité nécessaire à l'établissement d'une communication satisfaisante.
Safety Instruction
These instructions are intended to ensure that user can use the product correctly to avoid danger or property loss. The precaution measure is divided into Warnings and Cautions:
Warnings: Neglecting any of the warnings may cause serious injury or death. Cautions: Neglecting any of the cautions may cause injury or equipment damage.
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Warnings Follow
these safeguards to prevent serious injury or death.
Cautions Follow these precautions to prevent potential injury or material damage.
Warnings
All the electronic operation should be strictly compliance with the electrical safety regulations,
fire prevention regulations and other related regulations in your local region.
Please make sure the device is connected to ground.Please use the power supply, which is provided by normal company. The power consumption
cannot be less than the required value.
Do not connect several devices to one power supply as the overload may cause over-heat or fire
hazard.
Please make sure that the power has been disconnected before you wire, install or dismantle
the device. If the top caps should be open and the device should be powered on for maintenance, make
sure:
1. Power off the fan to prevent the operator from getting injured accidently.
2. Do not touch bare high-voltage components.
3. Make sure the switch’s wiring sequence is correct after maintenance.
When the product is installed on wall or ceiling, the device shall be firmly fixed.
If smoke, odors or noise rise from the device, turn off the power at once and unplug the power
cable, and then please contact the service center.
If the product does not work properly, please contact your dealer or the nearest service center.
Never attempt to disassemble the device yourself. (We shall not assume any responsibility for problems caused by unauthorized repair or maintenance.)
Exit the lane when the lane controller is rebooting.
Cautions
Stainless steel may be corroded in some circumstances. You need to clean and care the device
by using the stainless steel cleaner. It is suggested to clean the device every month.
Do not drop the device or subject it to physical shock, and do not expose it to high
electromagnetism radiation. Avoid the equipment installation on vibrations surface or places subject to shock (ignorance can cause equipment damage).
Do not place the device in extremely hot (refer to the specification of the device for the detailed
operating temperature), cold, dusty or damp locations, and do not expose it to high electromagnetic radiation.
The device cover for indoor use shall be kept from rain and moisture.
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Exposing the equipment to direct sun light, low ventilation or heat source such as heater or
radiator is forbidden (ignorance can cause fire danger).
Do not aim the device at the sun or extra bright places. A blooming or smear may occur
otherwise (which is not a malfunction however), and affecting the endurance of sensor at the same time.
Please use the provided glove when open up the device cover, avoid direct contact with the
device cover, because the acidic sweat of the fingers may erode the surface coating of the device cover.
Please use a soft and dry cloth when clean inside and outside surfaces of the device cover, do
not use alkaline detergents.
Please keep all wrappers after unpack them for future use. In case of any failure occurred, you
need to return the device to the factory with the original wrapper. Transportation without the original wrapper may result in damage on the device and lead to additional costs.
Improper use or replacement of the battery may result in hazard of explosion. Replace with the
same or equivalent type only. Dispose of used batteries according to the instructions provided by the battery manufacturer.
Do not stay in the lane when the device is rebooting.RISK OF EXPLOSION IF BATTERY IS REPLACED BY AN INCORRECT TYPE. DISPOSE OF USED
BATTERIES ACCORDING TO THE INSTRUCTIONS.
SUITABLE FOR MOUNTING ON CONCRETE OR OTHER NON-COMBUSTIBLE SURFACE ONLY.
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Table of Contents
Chapter 1 Overview ................................................................................................................. 1
1.1 Introduction ......................................................................................................................... 1
1.2 Main Features ...................................................................................................................... 1
Chapter 2 Installation .............................................................................................................. 3
2.1 Disassembling before Installation ........................................................................................ 3
2.2 Installing Device ................................................................................................................... 7
Chapter 3 Disassembling before Maintenance .......................................................................... 9
Chapter 4 Wiring ................................................................................................................... 15
4.1 Components Introduction .................................................................................................. 15
4.2 Wiring Electric Supply ........................................................................................................ 16
4.3 Wiring Interconnecting Cable ............................................................................................ 17
4.3.1 General Wiring ............................................................................................................... 19
4.3.2 Wiring Face Recognition Terminal (Optional) ................................................................ 20
4.4 Terminal Description .......................................................................................................... 21
4.4.3 Master Control Board Terminal Description .................................................................. 21
4.4.4 Slave Control Board Terminal Description ..................................................................... 21
4.4.5 Main Control Board Terminal Description ..................................................................... 22
4.4.6 Main Control Board Serial Port ID Description .............................................................. 25
4.4.7 RS-485 Wiring ................................................................................................................ 27
4.4.8 RS-232 Wiring ................................................................................................................ 27
4.4.9 Wiegand Wiring ............................................................................................................. 28
4.4.10 Barrier Control Wiring ................................................................................................ 29
4.4.11 Alarm Output Wiring.................................................................................................. 30
4.5 Wiring Lithium Battery (Optional) ..................................................................................... 30
Chapter 5 Device Settings ...................................................................................................... 33
5.1 Setting Closed Position ....................................................................................................... 33
5.2 Pairing Keyfob (Optional) ................................................................................................... 34
5.3 Initializing Device ............................................................................................................... 34
5.4 Switching RS-485/RS-232 Mode ......................................................................................... 35
5.5 Switching Relay Output Mode (NO/NC) ............................................................................. 35
5.5.1 Barrier Control Relay Output Mode ............................................................................... 35
5.5.2 Alarm Relay Output Mode (NO/NC)............................................................................... 36
Chapter 6 Device Activation ................................................................................................... 37
6.1 Activating via SADP Software ............................................................................................. 37
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6.2 Activating via Client Software ............................................................................................ 38
Chapter 7 Client Operation .................................................................................................... 41
7.1 Function Module ................................................................................................................ 41
7.2 Access Control Management ............................................................................................. 41
7.2.1 Adding Access Control Device ........................................................................................ 42
7.2.2 Viewing Device Status .................................................................................................... 53
7.2.3 Editing Basic Information ............................................................................................... 54
7.2.4 RS-485 Settings ............................................................................................................... 54
7.2.5 Authenticating M1 Card Encryption............................................................................... 55
7.2.6 Remote Configuration .................................................................................................... 56
7.3 Organization Management ................................................................................................ 65
7.3.1 Adding Organization ....................................................................................................... 66
7.3.2 Modifying and Deleting Organization ............................................................................ 66
7.4 Person Management .......................................................................................................... 66
7.4.1 Adding Person ................................................................................................................ 66
7.4.2 Managing Person............................................................................................................ 77
7.4.3 Issuing Card in Batch ...................................................................................................... 78
7.5 Permission Configuration ................................................................................................... 79
7.5.1 Adding Permission .......................................................................................................... 80
7.5.2 Applying Permission ....................................................................................................... 81
7.6 Advanced Functions ........................................................................................................... 82
7.6.1 Access Control Parameters ............................................................................................. 82
7.6.2 Card Reader Authentication ........................................................................................... 85
7.6.3 Multiple Authentication ................................................................................................. 87
7.6.4 Open Door with First Card ............................................................................................. 90
7.6.5 Anti-Passing Back ........................................................................................................... 91
7.6.6 Cross-Controller Anti-passing Back ................................................................................ 92
7.7 Searching Access Control Event ......................................................................................... 95
7.7.1 Searching Local Access Control Event ............................................................................ 96
7.7.2 Searching Remote Access Control Event ........................................................................ 96
7.8 Access Control Event Configuration ................................................................................... 97
7.8.1 Access Control Event Linkage ......................................................................................... 97
7.8.2 Access Control Alarm Input Linkage ............................................................................... 98
7.8.3 Event Card Linkage ......................................................................................................... 99
7.8.4 Cross-Device Linkage .................................................................................................... 102
7.9 Door Status Management ................................................................................................ 103
7.9.1 Access Control Group Management ............................................................................ 103
7.9.2 Anti-control the Access Control Point (Door) ............................................................... 105
7.9.3 Status Duration Configuration ..................................................................................... 106
7.9.4 Real-time Card Swiping Record .................................................................................... 108
7.9.5 Real-time Access Control Alarm ................................................................................... 108
7.10 Arming Control ................................................................................................................. 109
7.11 Time and Attendance ....................................................................................................... 110
7.11.1 Shift Schedule Management .................................................................................... 111
7.11.2 Attendance Handling ................................................................................................ 117
Appendix A Tips for Scanning Fingerprint ............................................................................ 120
Appendix B DIP Switch Description ..................................................................................... 121
DIP Switch Introduction ............................................................................................................... 121
DIP Switch Corresponded Functions ............................................................................................ 121
Appendix C Table of Audio Index Related Content ............................................................... 122
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Chapter 1 Overview

1.1 Introduction

The swing barrier with two barriers and 12 IR lights is designed to detect unauthorized entrance or exit. By adopting the swing barrier integrated with the access control system, person should authenticate to pass through the lane via swiping IC or ID card, scanning QR code, etc. It is widely used in attractions, stadiums, construction sites, residences, etc.

1.2 Main Features

32-bit high-speed processor TCP/IP network communication
The communication data is specially encrypted to relieve the concern of privacy leak
Permissions validation and anti-tailgating Remaining open/closed mode selectable Bidirectional (Entering/Exiting) lane
The barrier opening and closing speed can be configured according to the visitors flow
The barrier will be locked or stop working when people are nipped. Anti-forced-accessing
The barrier will be locked automatically without open-barrier signal. It can bear the force of up to 120 Nm.
Self-detection, Self-diagnostics, and automatic alarm Audible and visual alarm will be triggered when detecting intrusion, tailgating, reverse passing,
climbing over barrier, and overstay.
IP conflict detection Remote control and management Online/offline operation LED indicates the entrance/exit and light bar indicates passing status.
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Barrier is in free status when powered down; If the device is installed with lithium battery
(optional), the barrier remains open when powered down
Fire alarm passing
When the fire alarm is triggered, the barrier will be open automatically for emergency evacuation.
Valid passing duration settings
System will cancel the passing permission if a person does not pass through the lane within the valid passing duration
Opens/closes barrier according to the schedule template Adds up to 3000 visitor cards and up to 60,000 cards except for visitor cards Stores up to 180000 card swiping records Supports anti-passback of single lane and cross-controller anti-passback
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Chapter 2 Installation

2.1 Disassembling before Installation

Purpose:
Before installation, you should disassemble the pedestal and remove some screws.
Notes:
Keep the disassembled components and screws organized. You should prepare the following tools to disassemble the pedestal: 1. Pedestal Key (supplied);
2. Allen Wrench (2.5 mm); 3. Allen Wrench (3 mm); 4. Allen Wrench (4 mm).
Steps:
1. Use the pedestal key to open the front and back components
2. Use the Allen wretch (4 mm) to loosen the 2 screws (M5 × 25) at the top of the device.
3. Remove the components along the arrow direction carefully.
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4. Loosen the wing bolt (M4 × 10) at the front and back of the pedestal, and remove the front and
back base covers along the arrow direction. You can start installing the expansion screws to secure the device on the installation surface.
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5. Remove the motor bottom cover.
1) Pull or push the barrier to the closed position.
2) Use the Allen wretch (2.5 mm) to loosen the 4 screws (M4 × 8) on the motor bottom cover.
3) Pull or push the barrier to the open position, and remove the motor bottom cover.
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Note: If dissembling the middle pedestal, you should dissemble two motor bottom covers.
6. Use the Allen wretch (4 mm) to loosen the 2 screws (M5 × 12) at the front or back of the
pedestal base and remove the side base cover slowly.
Note: If dissembling the middle pedestal, you should dissemble two side base covers.
7. Disassemble the two protective sheets at the bottom for wiring, and you can start wiring the
interconnecting cable.
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2.2 Installing Device

Before you start:
Prepare for the installation tools, check the device and the accessories, and clear the installation base.
Notes:
SUITABLE FOR MOUNTING ON CONCRETE OR OTHER NON-COMBUSTIBLE SURFACE ONLY. In general, because of the limitation of installation and maintenance, the suggested distance
between the wall and the pedestal is more than 50 mm.
Steps:
1. Draw a line on central installation surface of the left or right pedestal.
2. Draw another two parallel lines for installing the other two pedestals.
Note: The distance between the nearest two line is L+100 mm. L represents the lane width.
3. Drill holes on the ground according to the installation holes on the pedestals and insert the
expansion sleeves.
4. Bury interconnecting cables for pedestal communication.
Note: For detailed information about burying and wiring interconnecting cables, see 4.3 Wiring
Interconnecting Cable.
5. According to the entrance and exit marks on the pedestals, move the pedestals to the
corresponded positions.
Note: Make sure the installation holes on the pedestals and the base are aligned with each
other.
6. Secure the pedestals with expansion bolts.
The installation footprint is as follows:
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Unit: mm
7. After installation, assemble the components and screws back to the pedestal in reverse order
(except for protective sheets).
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Chapter 3 Disassembling before
Maintenance
Purpose:
Before maintaining the inner components, you should disassemble the pedestal and remove some screws.
Notes:
Keep the disassembled components and screws organized. You should prepare the following tools to disassemble the pedestal: 1. Pedestal Key (supplied);
2. Allen Wrench (2.5 mm); 3. Allen Wrench (3 mm); 4. Allen Wrench (4 mm).

Disassembling Front and Back Components

Purpose:
After disassembling the front and back components, you can maintain the front and back parts of the pedestal.
Steps:
1. Use the pedestal key to open the front and back components.
2. Use the Allen wretch (4 mm) to loosen the 2 screws (M5 × 25) at the top of the device.
3. Remove the components along the arrow direction carefully.
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Disassembling Motor Bottom Cover

Purpose:
After disassembling the motor bottom cover, you can maintain the lane control board and the barrier position control board.
Steps:
1. Pull or push the barrier to the closed position.
2. Use the Allen wretch (2.5 mm) to loosen the 4 screws (M4 × 8) on the motor bottom cover.
3. Pull or push the barrier to the open position, and remove the motor bottom cover.
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Note: If dissembling the middle pedestal, you should dissemble two motor bottom covers.

Disassembling Side Base Cover

Purpose:
After disassembling the side base cover, you can maintain the IR sending/receiving board.
Steps:
1. Use the pedestal key to open the front and back components.
2. Use the Allen wretch (4 mm) to loosen the 2 screws (M5 × 25) at the top of the device.
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3. Remove the components along the arrow direction carefully.
4. Use the Allen wretch (4 mm) to loosen the 2 screws (M5 × 12) at the front or back of the
pedestal base and remove the side base cover slowly.
Note: If dissembling the middle pedestal, you should dissemble two side base covers.

Disassembling Top Cover

Purpose:
After disassembling the top cover, you can maintain the components at the top of the pedestal, the IR sending/receiving board and the IR adaptor for instance.
Steps:
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1. Use the Allen wretch (2.5 mm) to loosen the 4 captive panel screws at the top of the pedestal.
2. Move the front and back top covers along the arrow 1’s direction for about 3 cm, and move
them upwards to remove the front and back top covers.
3. (Optional) If you should install the fingerprint modules in the pedestal, you should use the key
to open and remove the front and back components, and cut off the fingerprint modules power.
4. Use the Allen wrench (2.5 mm) to loosen the 2 captive panel screws displayed in the picture
below.
5. Remove the top cover along the arrow’s direction.
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Chapter 4 Wiring

4.1 Components Introduction

Purpose:
By default, basic components of the swing barrier are connected well. The pedestals can realize communications between pedestals by the wirings of the interconnecting cables. And the swing barrier should wire to the AC electric supply for the whole system’s power supply.
Note: The voltage fluctuation of the electric supply is between 100 VAC and 220 VAC, 50 to 60 Hz.
The picture displayed below describes each component’s position on the swing barrier.
The positions of IR adaptor and IR sending/receiving board are as follows:
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Note: When you stand at the entrance, the IR sending boards are in the left pedestal and the right
side of the middle pedestal, the IR receiving boards are in the right pedestal and the left side of the middle pedestal.

4.2 Wiring Electric Supply

Wire electric supply with the switch in the pedestal. Terminal L and terminal N are on the main switch, while terminal PE should connect to a ground wire (yellow and green wire).
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Notes:
The cable bare part should be no more than 8 mm. It is suggested that you can immerse the
bare part into the liquid tin. If possible, ware an insulation cap at the end of the bare cable. Make sure there’s no bare copper or cable after the wiring.
The Terminal L and the Terminal N cannot be wired reversely. Do not wire the input and output terminal reversely.

4.3 Wiring Interconnecting Cable

Purpose:
You should use interconnecting cables to connect the master lane board and the slave lane board for components communication. The picture displayed below describes the cable holes position on the pedestals.
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4.3.1 General Wiring

Notes:
The supplied interconnecting cable length is 3.75 m. If you need a longer one, ask our
technique supports or sales and purchase 5.5 m interconnecting cables.
If you want to bury both of the AC power cord and the low voltage cable at the same side, the
two cables should be in separated conduits to avoid interference.
If more peripherals are required to connect, you should increase the conduit diameter or bury
another conduit for the external cable.
The external AC power cord should be double-insulated. The suggested network cable should be CAT5e or the network cable has better performance.
And the suggested network cable length should be less than 100 m. If the communication length is more than 100 m, it is suggested to use optical fiber.
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4.3.2 Wiring Face Recognition Terminal (Optional)

Notes:
The supplied interconnecting cable length is 3.75 m. If you need a longer one, ask our
technique supports or sales and purchase 5.5 m interconnecting cables.
The suggested inner diameters of the low voltage conduit should be larger than 30 mm. If you want to bury both of the AC power cord and the low voltage cable at the entrance side,
the two cables should be in separated conduits to avoid interference.
If more peripherals are required to connect, you should increase the conduit diameter or bury
another conduit for the external cable.
The external AC power cord should be double-insulated. The suggested network cable should be CAT5e or the network cable has better performance.
And the suggested network cable length should be less than 100 m. If the communication length is more than 100 m, it is suggested to use optical fiber.
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4.4 Terminal Description

Purpose:
The lane controller contains master lane controller and slave lane controller, which controls the IR beams, motor, and other components work.

4.4.3 Master Control Board Terminal Description

Purpose:
The master lane control board contains power supply interface, battery interface, motor drive interface, strip light interface, motor encoder interface, door open position detection interface, debug port, lane communication interface, interconnecting interface, and DIP switch. The picture displayed below is the master control board diagram.

4.4.4 Slave Control Board Terminal Description

Purpose:
The slave lane control board contains power supply interface, battery interface, motor drive interface, strip light interface, motor encoder interface, door open position detection interface, debug port, lane communication interface, and interconnecting interface.
Note: The master control board contains a DIP switch, while the slave control board not.
The picture displayed below is the slave control board diagram.
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