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JP2011015505A
JP2011015505A JP2009156372A JP2009156372A JP2011015505A JP 2011015505 A JP2011015505 A JP 2011015505A JP 2009156372 A JP2009156372 A JP 2009156372A JP 2009156372 A JP2009156372 A JP 2009156372A JP 2011015505 A JP2011015505 A JP 2011015505A
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PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To provide an electrical junction box having a new structure capable of (1) preventing deterioration in a function for preventing an electric component from coming off due to an locking projecting piece, (2) preventing deterioration in workability for mounting and dismounting the electric component, and (3) stably holding the electric component in a regular mounting state under a condition that the locking projecting piece is protected against damage and engaged with the electric component.SOLUTION: The locking projecting piece 36 for locking and holding the electric component 28 on an electric component mount 18 is provided in a direction of inserting and withdrawing the electric component 28 on the outer circumference of the electric component 28, and a stopper wall 48 projecting in the direction same as that of the locking projecting piece 36 is disposed opposite to the electric component 28 so as to be spaced from the locking projecting piece 36 with the locking projecting piece 36 sandwiched therebetween.

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  The present invention relates to an electrical junction box mounted on an automobile or the like, and more particularly to an electrical junction box provided with an electrical component mounting portion that detachably houses a replaceable electrical component such as a relay.

  2. Description of the Related Art Conventionally, an electric junction box is mounted in an automobile engine room or the like for the purpose of improving the efficiency of electric wiring. In addition to current-carrying parts such as lead wires, bus bars, and current-carrying boards, various electrical parts such as relays, fuses, and control devices are mounted on the electrical junction box as necessary. Then, electrical components such as relays and fuses are detachably mounted on an electrical component mounting portion provided in the electrical connection box in order to enable maintenance or replacement at the time of failure.

  By the way, it is required that the electric parts that are made detachable be kept in an electrically connected state by preventing them from being incompletely attached or coming out due to vibration. Therefore, in Japanese Patent Application Laid-Open No. 2003-317594 (Patent Document 1) and Japanese Patent Application Laid-Open No. 2007-20357 (Patent Document 2), a relay is locked to hold the relay in a normal mounting state on the relay mounting portion. A mechanism has been proposed. This locking mechanism has a locking protrusion that protrudes in the insertion / extraction direction of the relay on the outer peripheral side of the relay mounting portion, and the release of the relay is prevented by the locking protrusion being locked to the relay. Is prevented. Further, by applying an operation external force to the locking protrusion and tilting outward, the locking to the relay is released, and the relay can be removed from the relay mounting portion.

  However, in the electrical junction box provided with such a locking mechanism, there is a possibility that the locking projection piece may be damaged due to excessive deformation when an electrical component such as a relay is removed. In particular, since the electrical component is strongly fitted to the terminal of the mounting portion in order to realize a stable electrical connection state, there is a case where the electrical component is displaced to be twisted even if it is slightly removed. It is assumed that the amount of deformation of the locking protruding piece becomes excessive with this twisting displacement and is easily damaged. In addition, when the locking pieces are provided on both sides of the electrical component, the amount of elastic deformation caused to the locking piece when the electrical component is removed becomes more excessive and is more easily damaged. When the electric part is squeezed to release one locking piece and then the other locking piece is released, the electrical part is inclined toward the other locking piece and the other locking piece is This is because it is necessary to open the other locking piece by further elastically deforming outward from the state of being elastically deformed outward.

  Moreover, since the locking protrusion is generally formed integrally with the electrical connection box body, if the locking protrusion is damaged, the electrical connection box body must be replaced, and the locking protrusion is damaged. There was also a problem that it was difficult to deal with when it occurred.

JP 2003-317594 A JP 2007-20357 A

  The present invention has been made in the background of the above-mentioned circumstances, and the problem to be solved is (1) without impairing the function of preventing the electrical component from being detached by the locking protrusion, and (2) the electrical component. (3) It is possible to prevent the locking protrusion from being damaged, and to stably hold the electrical component in the normal mounting state under the locked state to the electrical component without impairing the workability of mounting and removing the battery. An object of the present invention is to provide an electrical junction box having a novel structure.

  According to a first aspect of the present invention, in an electrical junction box including an electrical component mounting portion to which an electrical component is attached, the electrical component is brought into a mounting state in the electrical component mounting portion by being locked to the electrical component. The locking protrusion, which is held and elastically deformed in the direction away from the electric component, can be released from the electric component on the outer peripheral side of the electric component in the insertion / extraction direction of the electric component. And a stopper wall that protrudes in the same direction as the locking projection piece and is spaced from the locking projection piece and is opposed to the electrical component with the locking projection piece interposed therebetween. Is a feature.

  According to the present invention, since the stopper wall is provided apart from the locking protrusion, it is possible to secure the amount of elastic deformation of the locking protrusion required when the electric component is mounted or removed. Thus, (1) the function of preventing the separation of the electrical parts by the locking protrusions is not impaired, and (2) the workability of mounting and removing the electrical parts is not impaired. When the electric projecting part is attached to or detached from the electric part mounting part, when the engaging protruding piece is greatly opened, the engaging protruding piece comes into contact with the stopper wall. As a result, it is possible to prevent deformation in the plastic deformation region beyond the elastic deformation region of the locking projection piece, and (3) prevent damage to the locking projection piece and properly attach the electrical component. It can be stably held in a state.

  According to a second aspect of the present invention, in the first aspect, guide walls are protruded from four corners of the electrical component mounting portion, and the stopper wall is integrated with two adjacent guide walls. Is formed.

  If it does in this way, mounting | wearing to an electrical component mounting part can be made easier and reliable by guiding an electrical component with a guide wall. Furthermore, by connecting the pair of guide walls with the stopper wall, the mutual reinforcing effect of the guide wall and the stopper wall can be exhibited, and the guide wall and the stopper wall can be prevented from becoming thicker and compact. You can also.

  A third aspect of the present invention is the one described in the first or second aspect, wherein the protrusion height of the stopper wall is lower than the protrusion height of the locking protrusion. It is.

  In this way, even if the stopper wall is disposed close to the locking protrusion, the amount of elastic deformation of the locking protrusion required for mounting and removal of the electrical component can be secured. Thus, the electrical junction box can be made compact. Further, since the protruding tip of the locking protrusion is positioned higher than the stopper wall, the access to the protruding tip of the locking protrusion when the electrical component and the locking protrusion are engaged or released. It is also possible to improve the workability when attaching and detaching electrical components.

  According to a fourth aspect of the present invention, in the electrical junction box including a plurality of electrical component mounting portions to which electrical components are attached, the plurality of electrical component mounting portions are provided in an aligned manner. Locking that allows the electric component to be released from being locked by holding the electric component in a mounted state on the electric component mounting portion and elastically deforming in a direction away from the electric component. Between the electrical component mounting parts adjacent to each other in the alignment direction, the locking projecting piece of each electrical component mounting part is used for the locking of the other electrical component mounting part. While the amount of elastic deformation of the protruding piece in the direction away from the electric component is limited, the locking protruding piece of the electric component mounting portion provided at both ends in the alignment direction has the locking protrusion. A stopper wall protruding away from the piece Wherein are electrical components arranged opposite each other across the stop projection piece, that elastic deformation amount in the direction away from the electric parts is limited by the stopper wall, and wherein.

  In this way, by using the locking protrusion provided between the adjacent electrical component mounting portions as a wall that limits the amount of elastic deformation between the two adjacent electrical component mounting portions, It is unnecessary to provide a special stopper wall for each. This makes it possible to dispose the pair of electrical component mounting portions closer to each other while preventing damage to the locking projection pieces, and to reduce the material for forming the electrical junction box.

  According to the present invention, the electrical component is stably maintained in the mounting state by the locking protrusion, and the stopper wall is used to prevent the locking protrusion from being excessively deformed. Without impairing the performance, it is possible to prevent the locking protruding piece from being broken and to stably maintain the electrical component in the regular mounting state.

The perspective view of the electrical-connection box as one Embodiment of this invention. FIG. 2 is a top view of the electrical junction box shown in FIG. 1. The side view of the electric junction box shown in FIG. The principal part enlarged view of the electrical-connection box shown in FIG. The principal part enlarged view different from FIG. 4 of the electrical-connection box shown in FIG. VI-VI sectional drawing in FIG.

  Embodiments of the present invention will be described below with reference to the drawings.

  First, FIGS. 1 to 3 show a relay block 10 as an electrical junction box according to an embodiment of the present invention. The relay block 10 has a structure in which a fuse mounting portion 16 and a relay mounting portion 18 as a plurality of electrical component mounting portions are provided on the upper surface 14 of the main body 12.

  The main body 12 has a substantially rectangular block shape made of synthetic resin, and locking claws 20 and guide ribs 22 for attaching brackets and connectors (not shown) are integrally formed at appropriate positions on the outer peripheral surface thereof. .

  A plurality of fuse mounting portions 16 protrude from the upper surface 14 and are integrally formed with the main body 12 at the central portion of the upper surface 14 of the main body 12. The fuse mounting portion 16 has a cavity shape that opens above the main body 12 into which a fuse as an electrical component can be inserted. In particular, in the present embodiment, a plurality of fuse mounting portions 16 are arranged in a straight line and three fuse mounting portion groups 26 surrounded by the peripheral wall 24 are formed, and these three fuse mounting portion groups 26 are formed on the upper surface 14. It is juxtaposed in the central part of.

  A relay mounting portion 18 is integrally formed at both longitudinal ends of the upper surface 14 of the main body 12. In the present embodiment, one relay mounting portion 18a is formed at one end of the upper surface 14 in the longitudinal direction (left side in FIG. 2) and at the other end (right side in FIG. 2). A pair of relay mounting portions 18b and 18c are formed adjacent to each other.

  FIG. 4 shows the relay mounting portion 18a, and FIGS. 5 and 6 show the relay mounting portions 18b and 18c. Since these relay mounting portions 18a, 18b, and 18c have substantially the same structure, the relay mounting portion 18a will be mainly described as an example. The relay mounting portion 18a can be mounted with a relay 28 as an electrical component, and a terminal insertion hole 34 through which a terminal 32 (see FIG. 6) protruding from the main body 30 of the relay 28 can be inserted corresponds to the terminal 32. The upper opening is provided at the position where

  It should be noted that the fuse and relay 28 mounted on the fuse mounting portion 16 and the relay mounting portion 18 respectively have a direction perpendicular to the spreading direction of the upper surface 14 (the vertical direction in FIG. 3) as the insertion / extraction direction. The direction approaching the main body 12 in the orthogonal direction opposite to the direction is the mounting direction, and the direction away from the main body 12 is the removal direction.

  A pair of locking protrusions 36 protrude from the upper surface 14 in the direction of removing the relay 28 and are integrally formed with the main body 12 at positions facing each other on the outer peripheral portion of the relay mounting portion 18a. Are formed at substantially central portions of both end portions in the longitudinal direction of the relay mounting portion 18a. The locking protrusion 36 has a gate-like frame shape protruding from the upper surface 14 and can be elastically deformed in the plate thickness direction (vertical direction in FIG. 4) of the locking protrusion 36 by member elasticity. ing. As shown in FIG. 6, the protrusion dimension H <b> 1 of the locking protrusion 36 from the upper surface 14 is set according to the position where the locking protrusion 37 of the relay 28 is formed. In particular, in the present embodiment, the locking projection 37 is formed on the side surface 38 of the relay 28, and the protruding dimension 36 of the locking projection 36 exceeds the upper end surface 39 of the relay 28 when the relay 28 is mounted. There is no size.

  Further, guide walls 40 that protrude from the upper surface 14 in the direction of removing the relay 28 are integrally formed with the main body 12 at the four corners of the relay mounting portion 18. The guide wall 40 is substantially L-shaped when viewed from above. Thus, a side opening 42 that opens to the side of the relay mounting portion 18 is formed between the guide walls 40 facing in the longitudinal direction of the relay mounting portion 18, and the relay 28 passes through the side opening 42. The side surface 38 is exposed to the outside so that the relay 28 can be easily attached and detached. In particular, the edge portion of the guide wall 40 constituting the side opening 42 is formed to be inclined in the protruding direction of the guide wall 40, and the side opening 42 goes to the protruding tip of the guide wall 40. The opening gradually becomes larger.

  Further, as shown in FIG. 6, the protrusion dimension H2 of the guide wall 40 from the upper surface 14 is set at a height position substantially equal to the upper end surface 39 of the relay 28 in the mounted state of the relay 28. In the embodiment, the position is set slightly lower than the upper end surface 39.

  As shown in FIGS. 5 and 6, the relay mounting portions 18 b and 18 c are provided adjacent to each other in a direction orthogonal to the longitudinal direction of the upper surface 14. The guide walls 40 adjacent to the relay mounting portions 18b and 18c are respectively constituted by both sides of an intermediate wall 46 having a substantially T shape in a top view.

  Further, a stopper wall 48 is formed between the guide walls 40 facing each other in the direction orthogonal to the longitudinal direction of the relay mounting portion 18a. The stopper wall 48 has a protruding wall shape that protrudes from the upper surface 14 in the removal direction of the relay 28. The stopper wall 48 is integrally formed with a pair of guide walls 40 facing each other in a direction perpendicular to the longitudinal direction of the relay mounting portion 18, and both the guide walls 40 are connected by the stopper wall 48. Further, the stopper wall 48 is disposed on the outside of the locking projection 36 in the longitudinal direction of the relay mounting portion 18.

  As shown in FIG. 6, the protrusion height dimension H3 of the stopper wall 48 from the upper surface 14 is smaller than the protrusion height dimension H1 of the locking protrusion 36 from the upper surface 14, which is preferable. Is set to about 2/3 or less of the protrusion height dimension of the locking protrusion 36: H1. Accordingly, the protrusion height dimension H3 of the stopper wall 48 is made smaller than the protrusion height dimension H2 of the guide wall 40. In particular, the stopper wall 48 (the upper stopper wall 48 in FIG. 4 and the stopper walls 48 at both the upper and lower ends in FIG. 5) located on the outer peripheral side of the main body 12 is flush with the outer peripheral surface of the main body 12. Is formed.

  Then, the terminal fitting is inserted into the main body 12 from the side opposite to the upper surface 14 (the lower surface side of the main body 12) and fixed by a locking mechanism, so that the terminal fitting is fitted in the fuse mounting portion 16 or the relay mounting portion. 18 in the terminal insertion hole 34 and fixedly arranged.

  In the relay block 10 having such a structure, a fuse and a relay 28 are detachably mounted on the fuse mounting portion 16 and the relay mounting portion 18 as necessary.

  To attach the relay 28 to the relay mounting portion 18, first, the main body 30 of the relay 28 is fitted into the guide wall 40 from the terminal 32 side. Then, the main body 30 is guided by the guide wall 40 and brought close to the upper surface 14, and the terminal 32 is inserted into the terminal insertion hole 34. Subsequently, by further bringing the main body 30 closer to the upper surface 14, the locking protrusion 36 is once bent in a direction away from the relay 28 by a locking protrusion 37 formed to protrude from the side surface 38 of the main body 30. It returns to its original state and engages with the locking projection 37. When engaging the locking projection 37 with the locking projection 36, the stopper wall 48 is spaced apart from the locking projection 36, and therefore the relay 28 of the locking projection 36. Deflection in the direction away from is allowed. In this manner, the main body 30 is fixed by the locking protrusions 36 and the terminals 32 are held in a state of being electrically connected to the terminal fittings disposed in the terminal insertion holes 34.

  When the relay 28 is mounted on the relay mounting portion 18, the pair of locking protrusions 36 are positioned on both outer sides of the relay 28 with the relay 28 interposed therebetween, and the pair of stopper walls 48 are respectively for locking. It is spaced apart from the projecting piece 36 and is disposed opposite to the relay 28 with the engaging projecting piece 36 interposed therebetween.

  In addition, when the relay 28 is mounted on the relay mounting portion 18, the four corners of the main body 30 of the relay 28 are protected by the guide wall 40 over substantially the entire height direction. In particular, in the present embodiment, the protruding height dimension of the guide wall 40 is set so that the protruding height dimension of the guide wall 40 is substantially equal to the extent that H2 does not exceed the upper end surface 39 of the relay 28. The relay wall 28 is made as small as possible while effectively obtaining the protection effect of the relay 28, and the strength of the guide wall 40 is ensured in combination with the L shape.

  When the relay 28 is removed from the relay mounting portion 18, as shown by a one-dot chain line in FIG. 6, the locking projection piece 36 is elastically deformed in a direction away from the relay 28 to engage with the locking projection 37. Release the match. At the time of this release, the protruding tip of the locking protrusion 36 is positioned above the stopper wall 48, so that the locking protrusion 36 is easily displaced.

  When the locking projection piece 36 is greatly bent in the direction away from the relay 28 when the relay 28 is attached to or detached from the relay mounting portion 18, the locking projection piece 36 hits the stopper wall 48. Further bending deformation is prevented. As a result, excessive deformation in the plastic deformation region beyond the elastic deformation region of the locking projection piece 36 can be prevented, and breakage of the locking projection piece 36 can be prevented. The state can be maintained stably.

  In addition, since the protruding dimension of the stopper wall 48 is smaller than the protruding dimension of the locking protrusion 36, even if the stopper wall 48 is disposed close to the locking protrusion 36, The amount of deformation of the stop projection 36 can be secured, and the relay mounting portion 18 can be made compact. In particular, by making the protruding height dimension of the stopper wall 48 smaller than the protruding dimension of the locking projection piece 36, the intermediate portion in the protruding direction of the locking projection piece 36 can be displaced and constrained. Therefore, when the stopper wall 48 is not provided, the stress limit of the proximal end portion of the locking protrusion 36 where stress is most likely to be concentrated is achieved. At the same time, the locking protrusion 36 can further undergo its elastic deformation from the contact state with the protruding end of the stopper wall 48. The progress is positively generated at the intermediate portion in the projecting direction or at the front end side in the projecting direction without concentrating the bending deformation at the base end portion of the locking projecting piece 36. As a result, it is possible to achieve sufficient bending required for disengagement by dispersing stress and bending throughout the entire area while reducing the concentration of stress on the base end.

  Further, by engaging the locking projection piece 36 with the side surface 38 of the relay 28, the protruding height dimension of the locking projection piece 36 is larger than when the locking projection piece 36 is locked at the upper end surface 39 of the main body 30. : H3 can be reduced, and the height dimension of the relay mounting portion 18 can be suppressed. Further, since the locking protrusion 36 has a gate shape, it can be engaged with a relatively small insertion force. The locking protrusion 36 is made compact by using the stopper wall 48 in combination with the locking protrusion 36 whose strength at the protruding base end portion is reduced due to the gate shape. The breakage of the locking protrusion 36 can be effectively prevented. In particular, in the present embodiment, the stopper wall 48 is connected to the guide wall 40, whereby a mutual reinforcing effect is exhibited between the stopper wall 48 and the guide wall 40. As a result, the strength of the stopper wall 48 and the guide wall 40 is ensured, and an increase in size due to an increase in thickness is avoided.

  As shown in FIG. 5, the relay mounting portions 18b and 18c are provided adjacent to each other. At both ends in the alignment direction (vertical direction in FIG. 5) of these relay mounting portions 18b and 18c, as in the case of the relay mounting portion 18a, locking protrusions 36 and stopper walls 48 are provided. The amount of elastic deformation of the stopping protrusion 36 is limited by the stopper wall 48. On the other hand, in the adjacent portion of the relay mounting portions 18b and 18c, the stopper wall 48 is not formed in the vicinity of the locking protrusions 36a and 36a of the relay mounting portions 18b and 18c. Stop protrusions 36a and 36a are provided opposite to each other and spaced apart from each other. When one of the locking protrusions 36a is excessively bent in a direction away from the relay 28, further deformation by bending is limited by contacting the other locking protrusion 36a. It is like that. As described above, in the adjacent portions of the relay mounting portions 18b and 18c, the amount of elastic deformation of one locking projection piece 36a can be limited by the other locking projection piece 36a. Accordingly, it is not necessary to separately form the stopper wall 48, and space efficiency is improved and the material for forming the main body 12 is reduced.

  In the present embodiment, the same relay 28 is attached to the adjacent relay mounting portions 18b and 18c, so that the protrusion height dimension of the pair of locking protrusions 36a and 36a provided in the adjacent portions is as follows. For example, in the case where electrical parts having different sizes are mounted and the amount of elastic deformation required for the respective locking protrusions 36a, 36a is different from each other, for example, The projecting heights of the projecting pieces 36a, 36a may be different from each other.

  Further, in this embodiment, the two relay mounting portions 18b and 18c are arranged adjacent to each other, and the both ends of the relay mounting portions 18b and 18c are arranged in the alignment direction (vertical direction in FIG. 5). The stopper wall 48 is formed on each of them, but it is of course possible to arrange three or more relay mounting portions in alignment. In such a case, with respect to the relay mounting portion in which both sides in the alignment direction are sandwiched between the relay mounting portions, the stopper walls 48 are omitted on both sides in the alignment direction, and the opposing locking protrusions 36a are opposed to each other. , 36a may limit the amount of mutual elastic deformation. In this way, even when a large number of relay mounting portions are arranged, the enlargement of the relay block 10 can be suppressed.

  As mentioned above, although one embodiment of the present invention has been described, this is merely an example, and the present invention is not construed as being limited by the specific description in the embodiment. For example, The stopper wall may be formed outside the locking protrusion. When the guide wall is formed as in the embodiment, the stopper wall is not only in the same straight line as the guide wall as in the embodiment. Alternatively, it may be formed inside or outside the guide wall. Further, the protruding height dimension of the stopper wall may be the same as or larger than the height dimension of the locking protruding piece.

  In addition, the specific shape of the locking protrusion is not limited to the shape as in the above embodiment. For example, in the above-described embodiment, a locking protrusion 36 formed higher than the upper end surface 39 of the relay 28 and a locking claw for locking the upper end surface 39 from above may be adopted. .

  Furthermore, the guide wall is not always necessary, and the stopper wall may be formed to protrude independently. In addition, when the guide wall is provided, the specific shape can be set as appropriate. For example, in the above-described embodiment, the guide facing in the longitudinal direction of the relay mounting portion 18 without forming the side opening 42. By connecting the walls 40, a single guide wall may be formed over the entire length in the longitudinal direction of the relay mounting portion 18 with a certain protruding height.

  Moreover, in the said embodiment, although the relay block was demonstrated to the example as an electrical connection box, a fuse etc. can also be employ | adopted as an electrical component of this invention, and this invention is a fuse block, a junction box, etc. Of course, it is also possible to apply to.

10: Relay block (electric connection box), 12: body, 18: relay mounting portion (electrical component mounting portion), 28: relay (electrical component), 36: locking protrusion, 40: guide wall, 48: stopper wall

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  1. In an electrical junction box having an electrical component mounting portion to which electrical components are attached,
    By being locked to the electric component, the electric component can be held in the mounting state on the electric component mounting portion and can be released from the locking by elastically deforming away from the electric component. The locking projection piece is projected in the insertion / extraction direction of the electrical component on the outer peripheral side of the electrical component, and a stopper wall protruding in the same direction as the locking projection piece is provided in the locking projection. An electrical junction box, wherein the electrical junction box is disposed to be opposed to the electrical component with the locking projection piece interposed therebetween.
  2.   The electrical junction box according to claim 1, wherein guide walls are protruded at four corners of the electrical component mounting portion, and the stopper wall is integrally formed with two adjacent guide walls.
  3.   The electrical junction box according to claim 1 or 2, wherein a protruding height dimension of the stopper wall is lower than a protruding height dimension of the locking protruding piece.
  4. In an electrical junction box having a plurality of electrical component mounting parts to which electrical components are attached,
    While the plurality of electrical component mounting portions are provided in an aligned manner, the electrical components are held in the electrical component mounting portion and separated from the electrical components by being locked to the electrical components. Locking protrusions that are capable of releasing the lock on the electric component by elastically deforming in the direction are provided so as to protrude between the electric component mounting portions adjacent in the alignment direction. The locking projection piece of the component mounting portion restricts the amount of elastic deformation in the direction away from the electrical component of the locking projection piece of the other electrical component mounting portion, while being provided at both ends in the alignment direction. In the locking projecting piece of the electrical component mounting portion formed, a stopper wall protruding away from the locking projecting piece is disposed opposite to the electrical component with the locking projecting piece interposed therebetween, The amount of elastic deformation in the direction away from the electrical component is Electrical connection box, characterized in that it is limited by the path walls.
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