CN217778582U - Battery replacement equipment - Google Patents

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CN217778582U
CN217778582U CN202121450495.XU CN202121450495U CN217778582U CN 217778582 U CN217778582 U CN 217778582U CN 202121450495 U CN202121450495 U CN 202121450495U CN 217778582 U CN217778582 U CN 217778582U
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梁雄俊
王伟
王俊
李永昌
温华锋
潘程龙
何忠祖
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The application provides a trade electric installation, trade electric installation and include: a substrate; the connecting assembly comprises a first bearing part connected to the base body, the mechanical arm moves towards the battery box to the position, below a cross rod of a support of the battery box, of the first bearing part, the first bearing part follows the base body to move upwards so as to move the battery box by supporting the cross rod. Foretell trade battery equipment is through setting up coupling assembling at the arm, coupling assembling is equipped with connecting portion, when the arm moved the process to connecting portion and is located the below of the horizontal pole of battery box support towards the battery box, thereby the arm drives connecting portion rebound can pick up the battery box, the horizontal pole that the battery box support can be hooked to the gesture that no longer need adjust trade battery equipment at the in-process that docks the battery box support to can the quick travel battery box, improved and traded electric efficiency.

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Battery replacement equipment
Technical Field
The utility model belongs to the technical field of trade electric, especially, trade electric equipment.
Background
The statements in this section merely provide background information related to the present disclosure and may not constitute prior art.
With the wide application of electric automobiles, the battery replacing equipment for replacing the battery box for the electric automobile is also applied. The battery box of the electric automobile is replaced, and the battery box is generally lifted by a lifting appliance and moved to a storage area for storage and charging. The battery box is generally placed in a battery frame, and a battery box support is arranged at the top of the battery frame, so that the battery replacing equipment can be butted with the battery box support to move the battery box.
In the process of butting the battery box support by the battery replacing equipment, because the placing position of the battery box possibly has deviation, the angle of a lifting appliance needs to be adjusted or the extension angle of the battery replacing equipment needs to be adjusted before the battery box support is butted by the battery replacing equipment, and therefore the replacement efficiency of the battery box is greatly reduced.
SUMMERY OF THE UTILITY MODEL
In view of the above, it is desirable to provide a battery replacing device for improving efficiency of docking battery boxes.
The present disclosure first provides a battery replacement device, including:
a base;
the connecting assembly comprises a first bearing part connected to the base body, the mechanical arm moves towards the battery box to the position, below a cross rod of a support of the battery box, of the first bearing part, the first bearing part follows the base body to move upwards so as to move the battery box by supporting the cross rod.
Preferably, the base body comprises a frame and a retractable mechanical arm, wherein the mechanical arm is connected to the frame;
the connecting assembly further comprises a second bearing part, the second bearing part is connected to the mechanical arm, and the first bearing part and the second bearing part extend towards the tail end direction of the mechanical arm to bear the cross rod of the battery box.
Preferably, the connecting assembly further comprises a bolt and a jack corresponding to the bolt, one of the bolt and the jack is arranged on the first bearing portion, the other one of the bolt and the jack is arranged on the cross bar, and when the first bearing portion is located below the cross bar, the first bearing portion moves upwards along with the mechanical arm so that the bolt is inserted into the jack of the cross bar.
Preferably, the connecting assembly further comprises a driving mechanism, and the driving mechanism is used for driving the battery box to rotate by taking the bolt as a center to adjust the angle of the battery box when the first bearing part and the second bearing part support the cross rod of the battery box.
Preferably, the second bearing part is movably connected to the mechanical arm, and the driving mechanism is connected to the second bearing part to drive the second bearing part to move so as to adjust the angle of the battery box.
Preferably, the driving mechanism includes a first driving motor, a driving wheel and a driving chain, the driving wheel is rotationally connected to the mechanical arm, the first driving motor is connected to the driving wheel, the driving chain bypasses the driving wheel and is connected to the second bearing part, and the first driving motor drives the second bearing part to move through the driving wheel and the driving chain so as to adjust the angle of the battery box.
Preferably, still include and be used for the centre gripping the fixture of battery box, after the arm passes through coupling assembling removes the battery box is to predetermineeing the position, fixture centre gripping the battery box is in order to fix the battery box.
Preferably, the clamping mechanism comprises:
the second driving motor comprises a rotary disc connected to the output shaft;
the connecting rod is hinged to the rotary table;
the clamping arm is hinged to the rack, the end portion of the clamping arm is hinged to the connecting rod, and when the second driving motor drives the rotary table to rotate, the rotary table drives the clamping arm to rotate through the connecting rod so as to clamp the battery box.
Compared with the prior art, foretell trade electrical equipment is through setting up coupling assembling at the arm, coupling assembling is equipped with first bearing part, when the arm moved to the first horizontal pole that bears the weight of the support that the position is located the battery box below towards the battery box, thereby the arm drives coupling assembling's first bearing part and upwards removes and can pick up the battery box, the horizontal pole that the support of battery box can be hooked to the gesture that no longer need the adjustment to trade electrical equipment at the in-process of the support of butt joint battery box, thereby can dock the battery box fast, the efficiency of trading has been improved.
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Fig. 1 is a schematic structural diagram of a battery swapping device.
Fig. 2 is a schematic structural view of the battery case.
Figure 3 is a schematic diagram of a robotic arm and linkage assembly.
Fig. 4 is a schematic structural view of the second bearing part.
Fig. 5 is a schematic structural view of a driving mechanism in another embodiment.
Fig. 6 is a schematic structural diagram of the battery box moved to a specified position by the battery replacement device.
Fig. 7 is a schematic structural view of the chucking mechanism.
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Detailed Description
In order that the above objects, features and advantages of the present disclosure can be more clearly understood, a detailed description of the present disclosure will be given below with reference to the accompanying drawings and detailed description. In addition, the embodiments and features of the embodiments of the present application may be combined with each other without conflict. In the following description, numerous specific details are set forth to provide a thorough understanding of the present disclosure, and the described embodiments are merely a subset of the embodiments of the present disclosure, rather than a complete embodiment. All other embodiments, which can be derived by one of ordinary skill in the art from the embodiments disclosed herein without making any creative effort, shall fall within the protection scope of the present disclosure.
Unless defined otherwise, all technical and scientific terms used herein have the same meaning as commonly understood by one of ordinary skill in the art to which this disclosure belongs. The terminology used in the description herein is for the purpose of describing particular embodiments only and is not intended to be limiting of the disclosure.
In various embodiments, for convenience in description and not limitation of the disclosure, the term "coupled" as used in the specification and claims of the present disclosure is not limited to physical or mechanical connections, but may include electrical connections, whether direct or indirect. "upper", "lower", "left", "right", and the like are used merely to indicate relative positional relationships, and when the absolute position of the object being described is changed, the relative positional relationships are changed accordingly.
Fig. 1 is a schematic structural diagram of a battery swapping apparatus 10. As shown in fig. 1, the battery replacing apparatus 10 includes a base and a connecting assembly 13 connected to the base, the connecting assembly 13 is used for docking the battery box 20, and the connecting assembly 13 is connected to the base, so that the base can move the battery box 20 through the connecting assembly 13 to replace the battery box 20 for a vehicle.
Fig. 2 is a schematic structural view of the battery case 20. As shown in fig. 2, a bracket 21 is provided at the top of the battery box 20 for connecting the battery charger 10. The bracket 21 has a substantially frame-like structure including side members extending in the lengthwise direction of the battery case 20 and a cross bar 211 connected to the side members. In this embodiment, the number of the cross bars 211 is two, and a preset distance exists between the cross bars 211, so that the battery replacement device 10 can be simultaneously connected to the two cross bars 211 to balance the stress condition of the cross bars 211. In addition, one of the cross bars 211 is further provided with a jack 212 to fix the battery box 20, so as to prevent the battery box 20 from being separated from the battery replacement device 10 during the moving process.
The substrate may be in various forms according to the application of the battery replacing device 10. In some embodiments, the base is located above the battery box 20 and is movable in XYZ directions, such that the connection assembly 13 can move the battery box 20 following the movement of the base.
Illustratively, as shown in fig. 1, in the present embodiment, the base body includes a frame 11 and a robot arm 12. The rack 11 has a substantially "door" shaped structure and can be moved in a vertical direction or a horizontal direction by an external force to move the battery box 20. The robot arm 12 is attached to an upper portion of the frame 11 and can be extended and retracted in a horizontal direction as shown in fig. 1.
Fig. 3 is a schematic view of the structure of the robot arm 12 and the connecting assembly 13. As shown in fig. 3, the robot arm 12 is used to move the battery box 20, and in this embodiment, the robot arm 12 is connected to the rack 11 so as to be movable along with the rack 11. In some embodiments, the robotic arm 12 includes a telescoping mechanism 121 and a base plate. The telescoping mechanism 121 is connected to the gantry 11 such that the robotic arm 12 can be extended from or retracted into the gantry 11. The telescopic mechanism 121 of the mechanical arm 12 may be implemented in various manners, for example, a telescopic cylinder, a ball screw, a linear motor, etc. may be used to implement a telescopic structure, but those skilled in the art may also implement a telescopic function of the mechanical arm 12 in other manners, which is not limited in this application.
The bottom plate 122 has a substantially flat plate-shaped structure, and the bottom plate 122 is movably connected to the telescoping mechanism 121, for example, movably connected to an end of the telescoping mechanism 121 by a chute-slider structure, a ball screw structure, or the like, and can be moved along the telescoping mechanism 121 within a moving stroke range by a driving mechanism of the robot arm 12 or an independent driving mechanism (for example, a linear motor, a gear-rack mechanism, a ball screw mechanism, or the like), so that the stroke of the coupling assembly can be increased.
With continued reference to fig. 3, the connecting assembly 13 is adapted to dock with the battery box 20. The connecting assembly 13 includes a driving mechanism 131, a first bearing portion 132, and a second bearing portion 133.
The widths of the first bearing part 132 and the second bearing part 133 are smaller than the width of the bracket 21 of the battery case 20. One end of the first bearing portion 132 and the second bearing portion 133 is fixedly connected to the bottom surface of the bottom plate 122, and the other end extends towards the end direction of the robot arm 12 (i.e. the horizontal direction shown in fig. 1), so that the first bearing portion 132 and the second bearing portion 133 form an "L" shaped structure. When the robot arm 12 moves toward the battery box 20 until the first bearing part 132 and the second bearing part 133 are located below the cross bar 211 of the rack 21 of the battery box 20, the first bearing part 132 and the second bearing part 133 move upward along with the robot arm 12, and respectively lift up the cross bar 211 to move the battery box 20.
Further, in order to prevent the battery box 20 from being detached from the connection assembly 13 during movement, in some preferred embodiments, the connection assembly 13 further includes a latch 1321 and a receptacle 212. The latch 1321 extends in a vertical direction and corresponds to the insertion hole 212 of the cross bar 211. When the first bearing part 132 is located below the cross bar 211, the first bearing part 132 moves upward along with the mechanical arm 12, so that the latch 1321 is inserted into the insertion hole 212, thereby preventing the battery box 20 from being separated from the first bearing part 132 during the moving process. In other embodiments, the latch 1321 may be disposed on the cross bar 211 of the battery box 20, and correspondingly, the receptacle 212 is disposed on the first bearing part 132 and corresponds to the latch 1321. When the first bearing part 132 is located below the cross bar 211, the first bearing part 132 moves upward along with the mechanical arm 12, so that the plug 1321 is sleeved with the insertion hole 212, and the function of preventing the battery box 20 from being separated from the first bearing part 132 in the moving process can also be achieved.
When the battery box 20 needs to be moved, when the mechanical arm 12 extends towards the battery box 20 until the connecting assembly 13 is located above the battery box 20, the height of the mechanical arm 12 is adjusted so that the heights of the first bearing part 132 and the second bearing part 133 of the connecting assembly 13 at the end part of the mechanical arm 12 are lower than the height of the cross bar 211 of the support 21 of the battery box 20, and then the mechanical arm 12 continues to extend to be close to the support 21 of the battery box 20 until the first bearing part 132 and the second bearing part 133 are respectively located below the cross bar 211 of the battery box 20.
Next, the robot arm 12 moves upward, so that the first bearing part 132 and the second bearing part 133 respectively bear the crossbar 211 of the battery box 20 from below the crossbar 211, and the function of hooking the battery box 20 is realized. Since the width of the connecting portion 131 is smaller than that of the bracket 21, the robot arm 12 can be connected to the battery box 20 without adjusting the postures of the first bearing portion 132 and the second bearing portion 133 again. During the upward movement of the first carrying part 132, the latch 1321 is inserted into the insertion hole 212 of the cross bar 211, so as to prevent the battery box 20 from being separated from the first carrying part 132 during the movement.
Fig. 4 is a schematic structural view of the second bearing part 133. In order to facilitate the adjustment of the angle of the battery box 20, to facilitate the handling of the battery box 20, or to release the battery box 20 after moving the battery box 20 to a predetermined position, the angle of the battery box 20 needs to be adjusted. As shown in fig. 4, the connection assembly further includes a driving mechanism 131 for driving the second bearing portion 133 to move in a direction perpendicular to the extending and contracting direction of the robot arm 12, so that the angle of the battery box 20 can be adjusted. Specifically, the driving mechanism 131 is connected to the robot arm, and is configured to drive the battery box 20 to rotate around the latch 1321 to adjust the angle of the battery box 20 when the first supporting portion 132 and the second supporting portion 133 support the crossbar 211 of the battery box 20.
In order to facilitate the rotation of the battery box 20, in the embodiment shown in fig. 4, the second bearing portion 133 is movably connected to the bottom plate 122 of the mechanical arm 12, for example, movably connected to the bottom plate 122 through a slider-slide structure, so that the second bearing portion 133 can move in a direction perpendicular to the extending and contracting direction of the mechanical arm 12 (i.e., the width direction of the battery box 20). The driving mechanism 131 is connected to the second bearing part 133 to drive the second bearing part 133 to move along the width direction of the battery box 20, and the second bearing part 133 supports the cross bar 211 of the bracket 21 of the battery box 20, so that the angle of the battery box 20 can be adjusted by moving the second bearing part 133. As will be appreciated by those skilled in the art, the drive mechanism 131 may be implemented in a variety of forms or configurations, and by way of example, in the embodiment illustrated in fig. 4, the drive mechanism 131 includes a first drive motor 1311, a drive wheel 1312, and a drive chain 1313. The driving wheel 1312 is rotatably connected to the bottom plate 122, the first driving motor 1311 is connected to the driving wheel 1312, the driving chain 1313 bypasses the driving wheel 1312 and is connected to the second supporting portion 133, the first driving motor 1311 can drive the driving wheel 1312 to rotate, the driving wheel 1312 can drive the driving chain 1313 to move when rotating, and the second supporting portion 133 is connected to the driving chain 1313, so that the driving chain 1313 can drive the second supporting portion 133 to move when moving, thereby driving the battery box 20 to rotate around the bolt 1321 to adjust the angle of the battery box 20.
However, the drive mechanism 131 may be of other forms and configurations. Fig. 5 is a schematic structural view of another embodiment of the driving mechanism 131, and as shown in fig. 5, the second bearing part 133 is fixedly connected to the bottom plate 122 and extends toward the end of the robot arm 12. The driving mechanism 131 may include a first driving motor 1311 and a driving rod 1314, the driving rod 1314 extending in the width direction of the battery case 20 and being connected to the first driving motor 1311. The driving rod 1314 may be moved in the width direction of the battery case 20 by the first driving motor 1311, so as to push the battery case 20 to rotate during the movement. However, other structures and manners of driving mechanism 131 may be adopted by those skilled in the art, and the present application is not limited thereto.
When the battery replacing device is used, in the process that the mechanical arm 12 drives the connecting assembly 13 to move upwards, the plug pin 1321 is inserted into the insertion hole 212 of the cross rod 211 of the support 21 of the battery box 20, so that the battery box 20 can be prevented from being separated from the connecting assembly 13 in the moving process, and the safety of the battery replacing device 10 is further improved.
Then, the robot arm 12 moves the battery box 20, and moves the battery box 20 to a predetermined position. In the present embodiment, in order to move the battery box 20 to the vehicle or the charging stand, the robot arm 12 starts the retracting action after the coupling assembly 13 hooks the battery box 20, so that the battery box 20 moves into the rack 11 to move the battery box 20. The inventor finds in practice that the battery box 20 may shake during the movement of the battery replacement device 10 due to the fact that the connection assembly 13 hooks the battery box 20.
Fig. 6 is a schematic structural diagram of the battery replacing device 10 when moving the battery box 20 to a specified position. As shown in fig. 6, in some preferred embodiments, the battery replacing apparatus 10 further includes a clamping mechanism 14, so that when the battery box 20 is moved to a preset position (e.g., inside the rack 11 in this embodiment), the clamping mechanism 14 clamps the battery box 20 to reduce the shaking degree of the battery box 20 during the process of carrying the battery box 20 by the battery replacing apparatus 10.
Fig. 7 is a schematic structural view of the chucking mechanism 14. As shown in fig. 6 and 7, the chucking mechanism 14 illustratively includes a second driving motor 141, a turntable 142, a connecting rod 143, and a chucking arm 144. The second driving motor 141 is connected to the bottom of the frame 11, and the turntable 142 is connected to an output shaft of the second driving motor 141 and can be driven by the second driving motor 141 to rotate. The number of the connecting rods 143 is two, and the end parts are hinged to the rotating disc 142. The number of the holding arms 144 is two, and they are respectively located on both sides of the battery case 20. The clamping arm 144 is hinged at its middle portion to the frame 11 and is hinged at one end to the connecting rod 143 and at the other end rotatably connected to the roller 145. When the battery box 20 moves into the rack 11, the second driving motor 141 drives the rotating disc 142 to rotate, and the clamping arm 144 is pulled by the connecting rod 143 to swing so as to clamp the two sides of the battery box 20, so that the shaking condition of the battery box 20 can be reduced, and the stability of the battery box 20 in the moving process of the battery replacing device 10 is improved. However, it is understood by those skilled in the art that the structure of the clamping mechanism 14 may be various, and for example, the clamping mechanism may include telescopic rods disposed at both sides of the rack 11, and when the battery box 20 is located in the rack 11, the telescopic rods extend to abut against both sides of the battery box 20, so as to achieve the function of fixing the battery box 20.
The operation of the battery replacement device 10 is described in detail below.
When the battery box 20 needs to be moved, the battery replacing device 10 is moved to a position corresponding to the battery box 20, and then the mechanical arm 12 is extended towards the battery box 20 until the connecting assembly 13 is positioned above the bracket 21 of the battery box 20.
Then, the robot arm 12 moves in the vertical direction and/or in the extending direction, so that the connecting assembly 13 moves along with the bottom plate 122 of the robot arm 12 until the connecting portion 131 extends below the cross bar 211 to hook the cross bar 211 of the battery box 20.
Next, the robot arm 12 moves upward so that the connection portion 131 contacts the crossbar 211 of the battery box 20 and the latch 1321 is inserted into the insertion hole 212 of the crossbar 211, and as the robot arm 12 continues to move upward, the robot arm 12 hooks the battery box 20 through the connection assembly 13 and moves upward. Because the widths of the first bearing part 132 and the second bearing part 133 are smaller than the width of the bracket 21 of the battery box 20, the first bearing part 132 and the second bearing part 133 have larger moving spaces to move below the cross rod 211, so that the posture of the first bearing part 132 or the second bearing part 133 can be prevented from being adjusted during butt joint, and the battery replacement efficiency is effectively improved.
During the upward movement of the robot arm 12, the latch 1321 moves upward to be inserted into the insertion hole 212 of the cross bar 211 along with the first bearing part 132. Then, the driving mechanism 131 pulls the second bearing part 133 to move, so that the battery box 20 can be driven to rotate around the latch 1321 to adjust the angle of the battery box 20.
The robotic arm 12 then begins to retract until the battery box 20 moves to a preset position within the housing 11. Preferably, the preset position may be an inner space of the housing 11. Then, the second driving motor 141 of the clamping mechanism 14 drives the clamping arm 144 to rotate to clamp the two sides of the battery box 20, so that the shaking degree of the battery box 20 during the movement of the battery replacement device 10 can be reduced.
According to the battery replacing device 10 and the battery replacing method, the connecting assembly 13 is arranged on the mechanical arm 12, the connecting assembly 13 is provided with the first bearing part 132 and the second bearing part 133, when the mechanical arm 12 moves towards the battery box 20 until the first bearing part 132 and the second bearing part 133 are located below the cross bar 211 of the support 21 of the battery box 20, the mechanical arm 12 drives the first bearing part 132 and the second bearing part 133 to move upwards so as to lift the battery box 20, and the cross bar 211 of the support 21 of the battery box 20 can be hooked without adjusting the extending angle of the mechanical arm 12 and the posture of the connecting assembly 13 in the process of butting the support 21 of the battery box 20, so that the battery box 20 can be butted quickly, and the battery replacing efficiency is improved.
In several embodiments provided in the present disclosure, it will be apparent to those skilled in the art that the present disclosure is not limited to the details of the above-described exemplary embodiments, and can be embodied in other specific forms without departing from the spirit or essential characteristics thereof. The present embodiments are therefore to be considered in all respects as illustrative and not restrictive, the scope of the disclosure being indicated by the appended claims rather than by the foregoing description, and all changes which come within the meaning and range of equivalency of the claims are therefore intended to be embraced therein. Furthermore, it is obvious that the word "comprising" does not exclude other elements or steps, and the singular does not exclude the plural. The terms first, second, etc. are used to denote names, but not to denote any particular order.
Although the present disclosure has been described in detail with reference to the preferred embodiments, it will be understood by those skilled in the art that various changes may be made and equivalents may be substituted without departing from the spirit and scope of the present disclosure.

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1. An electricity swapping device, comprising:
a base;
the connecting assembly comprises a first bearing part connected to the base body, the mechanical arm moves towards the battery box to the position, below a cross rod of a support of the battery box, of the first bearing part, the first bearing part follows the base body to move upwards so as to move the battery box by supporting the cross rod.
2. The battery swapping device of claim 1, wherein the base comprises a frame and a retractable robotic arm coupled to the frame;
the connecting assembly further comprises a second bearing part, the second bearing part is connected to the mechanical arm, and the first bearing part and the second bearing part extend towards the tail end direction of the mechanical arm to bear the cross rod of the battery box.
3. The battery replacement device as claimed in claim 2, wherein the connection assembly further comprises a plug pin and a socket corresponding to the plug pin, one of the plug pin and the socket is disposed on the first bearing portion, and the other one of the plug pin and the socket is disposed on the cross bar, and when the first bearing portion is located below the cross bar, the first bearing portion moves upward along with the mechanical arm so that the plug pin is plugged into the socket of the cross bar.
4. The battery swapping device of claim 3, wherein the connection assembly further comprises a driving mechanism, and the driving mechanism is configured to drive the battery box to rotate around the bolt to adjust the angle of the battery box when the first bearing part and the second bearing part support the cross rod of the battery box.
5. The battery swapping device as in claim 4, wherein the second carrying part is movably connected to the mechanical arm, and the driving mechanism is connected to the second carrying part to drive the second carrying part to move so as to adjust the angle of the battery box.
6. The battery swapping apparatus of claim 5, wherein the driving mechanism comprises a first driving motor, a driving wheel and a driving chain, the driving wheel is rotationally connected to the mechanical arm, the first driving motor is connected to the driving wheel, the driving chain bypasses the driving wheel and is connected to the second bearing part, and the first driving motor drives the second bearing part to move through the driving wheel and the driving chain so as to adjust the angle of the battery box.
7. The battery swapping device as in one of claims 2 to 6, further comprising a clamping mechanism for clamping the battery box, wherein after the mechanical arm moves the battery box to a preset position through the connection assembly, the clamping mechanism clamps the battery box to fix the battery box.
8. The battery swapping device of claim 7, wherein the clamping mechanism comprises:
the second driving motor comprises a rotary disc connected to the output shaft;
the connecting rod is hinged to the rotary table;
the clamping arm is hinged to the rack, the end portion of the clamping arm is hinged to the connecting rod, and when the second driving motor drives the rotary table to rotate, the rotary table drives the clamping arm to rotate through the connecting rod so as to clamp the battery box.
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