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JP2005223791A
JP2005223791A JP2004031754A JP2004031754A JP2005223791A JP 2005223791 A JP2005223791 A JP 2005223791A JP 2004031754 A JP2004031754 A JP 2004031754A JP 2004031754 A JP2004031754 A JP 2004031754A JP 2005223791 A JP2005223791 A JP 2005223791A
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Osamu Eguchi
Shin Imai
Tadashi Nakatani
Sanenori Ueda
Masahiro Yamamoto
実紀 上田
直史 中谷
慎 今井
雅弘 山本
修 江口
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There is provided a monitoring system which prevents erroneous registration or forgetting registration of a sensor terminal and enables automatic registration of a portable terminal.
The registration requesting means 19 of the central processing unit 1 enables the registration of the terminal device 2 to be accepted, and the battery is inserted into the power supply means 17 of the terminal device 2 so that the registration requesting means 19 is connected to the terminal device. 2, the data communication means 16 transmits the voltage data detected by the voltage detection means 18 together with the address information of the terminal device 2 to the central processing device 1, and the received central processing device 1 receives the terminal device. 2 is registered, it is possible to prevent erroneous registration of a terminal device or forgetting to register, and to perform automatic registration of a portable terminal device. Further, the central processing unit 1 can grasp the initial state of the battery voltage input to the power supply means 17 of the terminal device 2.
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  The present invention relates to registration of a terminal device of a monitoring system that performs automatic notification from a central processing unit based on an unsteady signal from the terminal device.

  In recent years, with the increase of theft crimes, the demand for surveillance systems in the residence has increased. Conventionally, this type of monitoring system consists of a combination of a plurality of sensor terminals for detecting intruders and a central processing unit that issues an alarm, and registration of sensor terminals has been performed manually on the central processing unit side. .

In addition, there is a type in which a slave unit address can be automatically registered in a master unit (central processing unit) by inserting a power plug of the slave unit (sensor terminal unit) into an outlet of a power line.
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  However, in the conventional configuration, since the address of each sensor terminal must be registered on the central processing unit side, there is a risk of erroneous registration or forgetting to register. In addition, when registering automatically by plugging the power plug of the slave unit (sensor terminal unit) into a power line outlet, the slave unit must be plugged into the outlet, so the location where the slave unit is used is close to the outlet. For example, there is a problem that automatic registration of a portable terminal for an emergency call that is carried by a user and used in an emergency and transmits an unsteady state by operating in an emergency is not possible.

  An object of the present invention is to solve the above-described conventional problems, and to provide a monitoring system that prevents erroneous registration of a sensor terminal, forgetting to register, etc., and enables automatic registration of a portable terminal. And

  In order to solve the conventional problems, a monitoring system according to the present invention includes one or a plurality of terminals that monitor a steady or non-stationary state, one central processing unit, the terminal, and the central processing. Data communication means for transmitting or receiving data to and from the apparatus, wherein the terminal unit supplies power by inserting a battery, and voltage detection means for detecting the voltage of the power supply means And a registration request means for outputting a signal for requesting registration of the terminal by putting a battery in the power supply means, and the data communication means receives the signal output from the registration request means and receives the signal. Voltage data detected by the voltage detection means together with address information of the terminal is transmitted to the central processing unit, the central processing unit has registration means, and the registration means receives the received terminal It is intended to registered and stored the dress information.

  As a result, when the battery is inserted into the power supply means of the terminal, the registration request means outputs a signal requesting registration of the terminal, and the data communication means detects the voltage detection means together with the address information of the terminal. The voltage data is transmitted to the central processing unit, and the registration means of the central processing unit stores and registers the address information of the terminal.

  Since the monitoring system of the present invention performs terminal registration by inserting a battery into the power supply means of the terminal device, it prevents erroneous registration of the terminal device, forgetting to register, etc., and automatic registration of the portable terminal device Can also be done. Further, since the data communication means transmits the voltage data detected by the voltage detection means together with the address information of the terminal to the central processing unit, the central processing unit can grasp the initial state of the voltage of the battery put in the terminal. It becomes possible.

  The first invention provides transmission or reception of data between one or a plurality of terminal units that monitor a steady or non-stationary state, one central processing unit, and the terminal unit and the central processing unit. A data communication means for performing power supply by supplying power by inserting a battery; voltage detecting means for detecting a voltage of the power supply means; and inserting the battery in the power supply means Registration request means for outputting a signal for requesting registration of the terminal, and the data communication means receives the signal output from the registration request means and the voltage detection means together with the address information of the terminal. Voltage data to be detected is transmitted to the central processing unit, and the central processing unit has registration means, and the registration means stores and registers the received address information of the terminal.

  As a result, when the battery is inserted into the power supply means of the terminal, the registration request means outputs a signal requesting registration of the terminal, and the data communication means that receives this signal outputs the voltage together with the address information of the terminal. The voltage data detected by the detection means is transmitted to the central processing unit, and the address information of the terminal unit received by the registration unit of the central processing unit is stored and registered. The central processing unit can grasp the initial state of the voltage of the battery placed in the terminal.

  According to a second aspect of the invention, in particular, the central processing unit of the first aspect of the invention requests voltage request means for requesting transmission of voltage data of the power supply means of the terminal, and voltage request interval for determining the interval required by the voltage request means. The voltage request interval determining unit is configured to determine a request interval based on voltage data transmitted from the terminal. As a result, the central processing unit can determine the next required interval based on the received voltage data from the time when the registration of the terminal is completed, and can grasp the voltage data at an optimal interval according to the voltage data. it can.

  In the third invention, in particular, the voltage request interval determining means of the second invention determines the request interval shorter as the voltage data is smaller. Thereby, the central processing unit can grasp the voltage data at shorter intervals as the voltage data is smaller, and can accurately determine the timing of battery replacement.

  According to a fourth aspect of the present invention, the central processing unit of any one of the first to third aspects of the present invention visually or audibly replaces the battery of the terminal when the voltage data transmitted from the terminal is smaller than a predetermined value. It has a battery replacement notification means for notifying. Thereby, it is possible to visually or audibly know the time for battery replacement of the terminal in the central processing unit, and to replace the battery of the terminal.

  According to a fifth aspect of the present invention, in particular, the terminal according to any one of the first to third aspects further includes a battery replacement notifying unit that visually or audibly notifies battery replacement when the voltage detected by the voltage detecting unit is smaller than a predetermined value. It is what you have. As a result, even in the terminal device, it is possible to visually or audibly know the time for battery replacement. For example, even when an old battery is accidentally inserted during battery replacement, the battery replacement notification means notifies the user. It can be replaced with a new battery in the field.

  In the sixth aspect of the invention, in particular, the central processing unit of any one of the first to third aspects of the invention transmits a registration confirmation signal to the terminal unit when the registration means completes the registration of the address information of the terminal unit. It has a registration notification means for visually or audibly informing that registration of the terminal is completed in response to a registration confirmation signal from the central processing unit. As a result, the registration notification means visually or audibly informs that the registration of the terminal is completed, so that the registration of the terminal can be confirmed on the spot when the battery is inserted into the terminal. It leads to improvement of security and operability.

  According to a seventh aspect of the present invention, in particular, the terminal according to any one of the first to third aspects of the present invention has time measuring means for measuring an elapsed time since the registration request means outputs a signal, and the time measuring means is a predetermined time. Registration information means for visually or audibly informing that the registration of the terminal has failed when the registration confirmation signal from the central processing unit is not received even when the time is counted. As a result, if the terminal unit does not receive the registration confirmation signal from the central processing unit even when the timing unit measures the predetermined time, the registration notification unit of the terminal unit visually or audibly indicates that the registration of the terminal unit has failed. Therefore, it is possible to confirm that registration of the terminal device has failed on the spot when the battery is inserted into the terminal device, and it is possible to perform registration again by inserting the battery device.

  Embodiments of the present invention will be described below with reference to the drawings. Note that the present invention is not limited to the embodiments.

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FIG. 1 is a system block diagram of a monitoring system according to the first embodiment of the present invention.

  In FIG. 1, communication is performed between the central processing unit 1 and the terminals 2 to 4 by wireless communication means described later. Among the terminals 2 to 4, the terminal 2 is provided with intrusion detection means, the terminal 3 is provided with emergency call means, and the terminal 4 is operated for remotely operating the central processing unit 1. Input means are provided.

  FIG. 2 is an internal block diagram of the central processing unit 1 of the monitoring system according to the first embodiment of the present invention.

  In FIG. 2, the data communication means 5 transmits or receives data to and from the terminals 2 to 4, and the registration accepting means 6 is for enabling the registration of the terminals 2 to 4. It is a push button switch. The registration means 7 stores and registers the address information of each terminal device transmitted from the terminal devices 2 to 4.

  Here, the address information is an address code given to the head of data when data is transmitted from the terminal, and the central processing unit knows from which terminal the data is transmitted by adding the address information. . Ignore data other than registered terminals.

  The voltage request interval determining means 8 determines the request interval of the voltage data based on the voltage data transmitted from the terminals 2 to 4, and the voltage request means 9 is the voltage data at the interval determined by the voltage request interval determining means 8. Request to send The battery replacement display unit 10 is a liquid crystal display unit that visually notifies the battery replacement of the terminals 2 to 4, and the battery replacement notification unit 11 is an audio output unit that audibly notifies the battery replacement of the terminals 2 to 4. The public line connection means 12 is connected to an external telephone and reports the occurrence of an unsteady state, and the external line connection section 13 is a connection section for connecting to a telephone line. The setting unit 14 sets the operation of the entire central processing unit 1, and the control unit 15 controls the operation of the entire central processing unit 1.

  FIG. 3 is an internal block diagram of the terminal device 2 of the monitoring system according to the first embodiment of the present invention.

  In FIG. 3, the data communication means 16 transmits or receives data to / from the central processing unit 1. The power supply means 17 supplies power to the terminal device 2 by inserting a battery, and the voltage detection means 18 detects the voltage of the power supply means 17. The registration request means 19 outputs a signal requesting registration of the terminal device 2 by inserting a battery into the power supply means 17. The time measuring means 20 measures the time elapsed since the registration request means 19 output a signal. The battery replacement display means 21 is an LED that visually notifies the battery replacement of the terminal device 2, and the battery replacement notification means 22 is a buzzer that audibly notifies the battery replacement of the terminal device 2. The registration display means 23 is an LED that visually informs the completion or failure of registration of the terminal device 2, and the registration notification means 24 is a buzzer that audibly informs the completion or failure of registration of the terminal device 2. The intrusion detection means 25 detects an intruder and outputs an unsteady signal as information that an intrusion has occurred. In this embodiment, a reed switch is provided. Detecting the opening and closing of windows and doors by attaching the terminal 2 to a window or door frame and attaching a magnet to open and close the window glass or door opening and closing part corresponding to this reed switch. Can do. The control unit 26 controls the operation of the entire terminal device 2. And the memory | storage means 27 is a non-volatile memory | storage means which memorize | stores that registration of the terminal device 2 was completed.

  FIG. 4 is an internal block diagram of the terminal device 3 of the monitoring system according to the first embodiment of the present invention.

  4 is different from the terminal device 2 shown in FIG. 3 in that an emergency call unit 28 is provided instead of the intrusion detection unit 25, and the other configurations are the same, and thus description thereof is omitted. The emergency call means 28 is a push button switch that outputs an unsteady signal when the user presses the push button switch, and can notify the occurrence of an emergency.

  FIG. 5 is an internal block diagram of the terminal device 4 of the monitoring system according to the first embodiment of the present invention.

  5 is different from the terminal device 2 shown in FIG. 3 in that an operation input unit 29 is provided instead of the intrusion detection unit 25, and the other configurations are the same, and thus description thereof is omitted. The operation input means 29 is a plurality of push button switches in this embodiment. The user can remotely operate the central processing unit 1 by pressing the push button switch. Remote operation here refers to controlling the central processing unit 1 to start or cancel the monitoring operation in the monitoring area.

  About the monitoring system comprised as mentioned above, the operation | movement and an effect | action are demonstrated below.

  First, terminal registration will be described.

  First, when the registration receiving means 6 is operated in the central processing unit 1, the data communication means 5 enters a standby state waiting for registration data from the terminals 2 to 4. Next, when a battery is inserted into the power supply means 17 of the terminals 2 to 4, the registration request means 19 outputs a signal requesting registration of the terminals 2 to 4 to the control unit 26, and the time measuring means 20 starts timing. . At the same time, the voltage detection means 18 detects the voltage of the power supply means 17, and the voltage data is sent to the control unit 26. Then, the data communication means 16 transmits the voltage data together with the address information of the terminals 2 to 4 to the data communication means 5 of the central processing unit 1. At this time, the LED of the registration display means 23 blinks and a buzzer as the registration notification means 24 sounds to notify that the terminals 2 to 4 are being registered.

  The data communication means 5 of the central processing unit 1 receives the address information and voltage data of the terminals 2 to 4, and the address information of the terminals 2 to 4 is stored and registered in the registration means 7. And the data communication means 5 transmits the registration confirmation signal which confirms that registration was completed with respect to the terminals 2-4. When the data communication means 16 of the terminals 2 to 4 receives this signal, the control unit 26 turns off the LED of the registration display means 23 and stops the buzzer as the registration notification means 24. As a result, the registration display means 23 visually notifies the registration notification means 24 that the registration of the terminals 2 to 4 is completed, and the registration notification means 24 audibly informs the terminal devices 2 on the spot when the battery is inserted into the terminal device 2. 4 registration can be confirmed, which leads to improvement in security and operability.

  In addition, the control unit 26 stores in the nonvolatile storage means 27 that registration has been completed. Since the data in the storage means 27 can be erased only when a reset switch (not shown) is operated, the storage means 27 stores that the registration has been completed when the battery is replaced next time. The registration operation is not repeated.

  On the other hand, if the data communication unit 16 fails to transmit address information and voltage data, or the data communication unit 5 fails to receive, a registration confirmation signal is not returned from the central processing unit 1 to the terminals 2 to 4. If the registration confirmation signal is not returned even when the timing means 20 measures 5 minutes, for example, the control unit 26 switches the LED of the registration display means 23 from blinking to lighting, and switches the buzzer of the registration notification means 24 to an error sound, Informs that the terminal registration failed. When another 30 seconds elapse, the LED of the registration display means 23 is turned off and the buzzer of the registration notification means 24 is stopped. As a result, when the terminal units 2 to 4 do not receive the registration confirmation signal from the central processing unit 1 even when the time measuring unit 20 measures the predetermined time, the registration display unit indicates that the registration of the terminal units 2 to 4 has failed. 23 is visually informed and the registration notification means 24 is audibly informed so that it is possible to confirm that the registration of the terminals 2 to 4 has failed on the spot when the batteries are inserted into the terminals 2 to 4. The battery can be turned on again to register again.

  Next, the voltage data request of the power supply means 17 of the terminals 2 to 4 will be described.

  The control unit 15 of the central processing unit 1 transmits the voltage data received together with the address information when registering the terminals 2 to 4 to the voltage request interval determining means 8. Based on this voltage data, the voltage request interval determining means 8 determines an interval for requesting the terminals 2 to 4 to transmit the next voltage data. For example, when the voltage data is 4.0 to 4.5V, it is 24 hours, when it is 3.5 to 4.0V, 12 hours, when it is 3.0 to 3.5V, it is 6 hours. The request interval is determined to be short. The determined request interval is transmitted to the voltage request means 9, and the voltage request means 9 outputs a signal at this request interval, and the data communication means 5 provides a code for requesting the terminal devices 2 to 4 to transmit voltage data. Send. The data communication means 16 of the terminal device 2 receives a code requesting transmission of voltage data, and the voltage detection means 18 detects the voltage of the power supply means 17. The data communication means 16 transmits this voltage data together with its own address information to the central processing unit 1. The central processing unit 1 receives this data, and can grasp the voltage of the power supply means of which terminal unit at an optimum interval according to the voltage data.

  When the received voltage data is smaller than a predetermined value (for example, 3.0 V), the terminals 2 to 4 that require battery replacement and a battery replacement mark are displayed on the liquid crystal display unit of the battery replacement display means 10, and the battery For example, the voice output unit serving as the exchange notification means 11 gives a voice notification "Please replace the battery of the terminal 2". Thereby, in the central processing unit 1, the battery replacement time of the terminals 2 to 4 can be visually or audibly understood, and the batteries of the terminals 2 to 4 can be replaced. Further, the central processing unit 1 can grasp the next voltage data at shorter intervals as the received voltage data is smaller, and can accurately determine the timing of battery replacement.

  Further, the central processing unit 1 transmits a signal for urging the battery replacement to the terminals 2 to 4 through the data communication unit 5. The data communication means 16 of the terminals 2 to 4 receives this signal, and the control unit 26 turns on the LED of the battery replacement display means 21 and outputs the buzzer of the battery replacement notification means 22. Accordingly, it is possible to visually or audibly know the necessity of battery replacement in the terminals 2 to 4 as well. When the battery is replaced, the LED of the battery replacement display means 21 is turned off, and the buzzer of the battery replacement notification means 22 stops outputting. By this battery exchange, the data communication means 16 transmits its address information and voltage data detected by the voltage detection means 18 to the central processing unit 1, and the central processing unit 1 grasps the voltage data after battery replacement. Thereby, for example, when an old battery is erroneously inserted and the voltage data is smaller than a predetermined value (for example, 3.0 V), the LED of the battery replacement display means 21 is turned on by a signal from the central processing unit 1, and a battery replacement notification is made. Since the buzzer of the means 22 sounds, it can be grasped that the battery is old, and can be replaced with a new battery on the spot.

  Next, the operation of intrusion detection will be described.

  The warning operation is started by setting the warning mode by the setting unit 14 of the central processing unit 1 or by the operation input means 29 of the terminal device 4 when the user goes out or goes to bed at night. When the window or door in which the terminal device 2 is installed is opened during the warning operation, the intrusion detection means 25 operates, and a signal indicating occurrence of an unsteady state is output to the data communication means 16 of the terminal device 2. Upon receiving this signal, the data communication means 16 sends a signal to the data communication means 5 of the central processing unit 1. This signal first sequentially transmits the address information of its own terminal and a status code indicating that an intrusion has occurred. In the central processing unit 1, the data communication means 5 of the central processing unit 1 receives this transmission signal, determines which terminal the signal is from, and further receives a signal indicating that an intrusion has occurred. Based on this signal, the public line connection means 12 operates, and the external line connection unit 13 notifies the name of the location where the intrusion has occurred in the telephone or mobile phone outside the house corresponding to the telephone number registered in advance and the fact that the intrusion has occurred. Report a voice message.

  Next, an operation related to an emergency call will be described.

  The user operates the emergency call means 28 of the terminal device 3 when an intrusion occurs even when at home, or when the user's physical condition suddenly changes and the outside needs to be contacted. The address information of the terminal device 3 and the status code of the occurrence of an emergency are transmitted to the central processing unit 1, and the corresponding voice message is reported to an external telephone or mobile phone by the public line connection means 12 based on this information. Can do.

  Next, operations related to remote operation will be described.

  When the user operates the operation input means 29 of the terminal device 4, the address information of the terminal device 4, the operation input content, and the operation code corresponding to the warning start / stop command are transmitted to the central processing unit 1. Based on this, the central processing unit 1 starts and stops vigilance.

  As described above, in the embodiment of the present invention, the registration accepting means 6 of the central processing unit 1 is allowed to accept registration of the terminals 2 to 4, and the power supply means 17 of the terminals 2 to 4 is connected to the power supply means 17. When the battery is inserted, the registration request means 19 outputs a signal for requesting registration of the terminals 2 to 4, and the data communication means 16 detects the voltage data detected by the voltage detection means together with the address information of the terminals 2 to 4. Is transmitted to the central processing unit, and the address information of the terminal is registered in the central processing unit 1, so that the terminal can be prevented from being erroneously registered or forgotten to be registered. Registration can be done automatically.

  Moreover, the central processing unit 1 can grasp the initial state of the voltage of the power supply means 17 of the terminals 2 to 4. Based on this voltage, the voltage request interval determining means 8 determines the interval for requesting the transmission of the voltage data of the power supply means 17, and the voltage requesting means 9 requests the terminals 2 to 4 to transmit the voltage data. The central processing unit 1 can grasp the voltage data at an optimum interval according to the voltage of the power supply means 17.

  In the present embodiment, the central processing unit 1 is provided with both the battery replacement display means 10 and the battery replacement notification means 11, but may be either as required.

  Moreover, although both the battery replacement display means 21 and the battery replacement notification means 22 are provided in the terminals 2 to 4, they may be either as required.

  Moreover, although both the registration display means 23 and the registration alerting | reporting means 24 are provided in the terminals 2-4, you may be either as needed.

  Further, the number of terminals is four, and the number is not particularly limited. Any number of terminals may be used as long as the address information and status code of the terminal can be specified.

  Moreover, although the intrusion detection means is constituted by a reed switch corresponding to the movement of the magnet of the movable part, the same effect can be obtained even if a human body sensor such as a pyroelectric infrared sensor is used.

  Further, the display means may be a screen display other than the LED, and the notification means may be voice guidance other than the buzzer.

  As described above, since the monitoring system according to the present invention automatically reports from the central processing unit based on the unsteady signal from the terminal, it can also be applied to security applications such as hospitals and nursing care facilities.

The system block diagram of the monitoring system in Embodiment 1 of this invention The internal block diagram of the central processing unit of the monitoring system in Embodiment 1 of this invention The internal block diagram of the terminal of the monitoring system in Embodiment 1 of this invention The internal block diagram of the terminal of the monitoring system in Embodiment 1 of this invention The internal block diagram of the terminal of the monitoring system in Embodiment 1 of this invention

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DESCRIPTION OF SYMBOLS 1 Central processing unit 2-4 Terminal device 5, 16 Data communication means 6 Registration reception means 7 Registration means 8 Voltage request interval determination means 9 Voltage request means 10, 21 Battery exchange display means 11, 22 Battery exchange notification means 17 Power supply means 18 Voltage detection means 19 Registration request means 20 Timing means 23 Registration display means 24 Registration notification means

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  1. One or a plurality of terminals that monitor a steady or unsteady state, one central processing unit, and data communication means for transmitting or receiving data between the terminal and the central processing unit The terminal includes: a power supply unit that supplies power by inserting a battery; a voltage detection unit that detects a voltage of the power supply unit; and a battery that is inserted into the power supply unit. Registration request means for outputting a signal for requesting registration, and the data communication means receives the signal output from the registration request means and outputs voltage data detected by the voltage detection means together with address information of the terminal. A monitoring system for transmitting to the central processing unit, wherein the central processing unit has a registration unit, and the registration unit stores and registers the received address information of the terminal.
  2. The central processing unit includes voltage requesting means for requesting transmission of voltage data of power supply means of a terminal, and voltage request interval determining means for determining an interval required by the voltage requesting means, wherein the voltage request interval determining means is The monitoring system according to claim 1, wherein the request interval is determined based on voltage data transmitted from the terminal.
  3. The monitoring system according to claim 2, wherein the voltage request interval determining means determines the request interval to be shorter as the voltage data is smaller.
  4. The central processing unit according to any one of claims 1 to 3, further comprising battery replacement notification means for visually or audibly informing battery replacement of the terminal when voltage data transmitted from the terminal is smaller than a predetermined value. Monitoring system.
  5. The monitoring system according to any one of claims 1 to 3, wherein the terminal includes a battery replacement notification unit that visually or audibly notifies battery replacement when the voltage detected by the voltage detection unit is smaller than a predetermined value.
  6. When the registration means completes registration of the address information of the terminal, the central processing unit sends a registration confirmation signal to the terminal, and the terminal completes registration of the terminal upon receipt of the registration confirmation signal from the central processing unit. The monitoring system according to any one of claims 1 to 3, further comprising registration notification means for visually or audibly informing the user that the operation has been performed.
  7. The terminal device has time measuring means for measuring an elapsed time after the registration request means outputs a signal, and the terminal does not receive a registration confirmation signal from the central processing unit even when the time measuring means measures a predetermined time. The monitoring system according to any one of claims 1 to 3, further comprising registration notification means for visually or audibly informing that the registration of the vessel has failed.
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