KR100980150B1 - Automatic Teller Machine - Google Patents

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KR100980150B1
KR100980150B1 KR1020080078609A KR20080078609A KR100980150B1 KR 100980150 B1 KR100980150 B1 KR 100980150B1 KR 1020080078609 A KR1020080078609 A KR 1020080078609A KR 20080078609 A KR20080078609 A KR 20080078609A KR 100980150 B1 KR100980150 B1 KR 100980150B1
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    • G07F19/00Complete banking systems; Coded card-freed arrangements adapted for dispensing or receiving monies or the like and posting such transactions to existing accounts, e.g. automatic teller machines
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    • G07DHANDLING OF COINS OR VALUABLE PAPERS, e.g. TESTING, SORTING BY DENOMINATIONS, COUNTING, DISPENSING, CHANGING OR DEPOSITING
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The present invention relates to an automatic teller machine, wherein a paper medium is inserted into and out of a paper, a cassette is detachably mounted to a storage unit formed in the main body to accommodate the paper medium, and is disposed on one side of the storage unit to operate the main body. And a cassette coupler rotatably provided at the time, and a cassette coupler rotatably provided at the cassette, the cassette coupler being disposed to correspond to each other at the body coupler when the cassette is mounted. Since the power of the main body of the automated teller machine can be used to operate the cassette, a separate driving unit for driving the cassette can be omitted.
Automatic teller machine, main body, cassette, main body coupler, cassette coupler, engaging projection, engaging groove

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Financial Teller Machine {Automatic Teller Machine}

The present invention relates to an automatic teller machine, and more particularly, to a financial teller machine that can be used to operate a cassette by receiving power from the main body of the automated teller machine.

In general, ATMs are used to provide convenient financial services to customers in banks and other financial institutions, and are used in convenience stores and public places as well as financial institutions such as banks. Such automatic teller machines provide various financial services such as depositing or withdrawing paper media such as banknotes and checks, checking balances and transferring funds. In addition, the automated teller machine is equipped with a variety of modules, such as withdrawal module, deposit module, card reader, bankbook organizer and the like independently, the modules are electrically connected to the main controller is properly controlled by the main controller.

The automated teller machine includes a cassette for supplying a paper medium to a withdrawal module or receiving a stack from a deposit module. That is, the withdrawal module receives the paper medium from the cassette and withdraws it to the outside of the automated teller machine, and the deposit module receives the paper medium from the outside of the automated teller machine and stores it inside the cassette. Such a cassette is detachably mounted inside the main body of the automatic teller machine, so that the operation of replenishing or recovering the paper medium in the automatic teller machine can be performed more stably and conveniently.

On the other hand, the conventional cassette is provided with a separate drive unit such as a motor therein to receive the power required for entering and exiting the paper medium. Therefore, the conventional cassette has a separate drive unit, whereby operation is controlled independently of the main body. However, if the driving unit is provided separately inside the cassette, there is a problem that not only the load and the size of the cassette are increased but also the manufacturing cost of the cassette is increased. In addition, the cassette requires a separate control program for controlling the driving unit, and the main body and the cassette require a separate power supply structure for supplying power from the main body to the cassette.

The present invention provides a financial teller machine that can be used to operate a cassette by receiving power from the main body of the automated teller machine.

The present invention provides a financial automation device in which the power transmission structure of the main body and the cassette is not only very simple, but also couplers for power transmission can be smoothly combined.

The present invention provides a main body in which a paper medium is input / output-processed, a cassette detachably mounted to an accommodating part formed in the main body to accommodate the paper medium, a main body coupler disposed at one side of the accommodating part and rotated when the main body is operated. And a cassette coupler rotatably provided in the cassette, the cassette coupler being disposed to correspond to the main body coupler and to be coupled to the main body coupler when the cassette is mounted. Therefore, since the power of the main body is transmitted to the cassette by the mechanical coupling of the main body coupler and the cassette coupler, the main body power can be shared by the cassette, and the cassette can omit a separate driving unit.

The main body coupler and the cassette coupler may be correspondingly coupled to each other in a shape in which rotation centerlines coincide on the same straight line. In addition, the coupling groove of the main body coupler or any one of the cassette coupler may be formed long in the radial direction from the rotation center. A coupling protrusion may protrude in a shape corresponding to the coupling groove to be inserted into the coupling groove in the other coupling portion of the main body coupler or the cassette coupler. In addition, the coupling groove portion and the coupling protrusion may be formed in a radial shape of a plurality of the same angle around the rotation center line of the main body coupler and the cassette coupler. Therefore, the main body coupler and the cassette coupler can be coupled in a simple structure in which the engaging projection is inserted into the coupling groove.

The coupling groove may have a second sidewall having a normal in a direction opposite to the rotation direction of the cassette coupler and the main body coupler higher than a first sidewall having a normal in the same direction as the rotational direction of the cassette coupler and the main body coupler. Can be. The coupling portion having the coupling groove portion is inclined between the first side wall and the second side wall so that the height decreases linearly from the second side wall to the first side wall in the rotational direction of the cassette coupler and the main body coupler. Guides may be formed. Therefore, even when the coupling protrusion and the coupling groove are not coupled when the main body coupler and the cassette coupler are coupled, the coupling protrusion is moved along the inclined guide portion when the main body coupler is rotated, so that the coupling groove can be quickly and simply coupled.

In the automated teller machine according to the present invention, since the cassette receives power from the main body of the teller machine and the cassette uses the power of the main body, a separate driving unit for driving the cassette can be omitted.

In addition, since the drive section for driving the cassette is omitted in the present invention, the cassette is formed in a very simple structure, the load and size of the cassette are reduced, and the manufacturing cost of the cassette can be reduced.

In addition, the present invention is coupled to the main body coupler and the cassette coupler when the cassette is mounted, so that the power of the main body is transferred to the cassette, the power transmission structure of the main body and the cassette can be configured very simply.

In addition, the present invention is a coupling protrusion formed in the coupling portion of any one of the main body coupler or the cassette coupler and the coupling protrusion into which the coupling protrusion is inserted into the other coupling portion and the coupling protrusion in the portion where the coupling groove portion of the coupling portion is not formed. Since the inclined guide portion is formed to guide the coupling groove, the coupling protrusion is inserted into the coupling groove quickly and simply can be coupled to the body coupler and the cassette coupler very smoothly.

Hereinafter, embodiments of the present invention will be described with reference to the accompanying drawings. 1 is a perspective view showing a financial automatic machine according to the present invention.

Referring to FIG. 1, the automated teller machine 1 of the present invention includes a main body 2 for depositing and withdrawing paper media such as banknotes and checks, and a detachable interior of the main body 2 and having a paper media therein. Received cassettes 10 and 12.

The main body 2 displays an operation unit 3 for inputting various passwords and numbers for use of the automated teller machine 1, an operation of the automated teller machine 1, and input values of the operation unit 3. The display unit 4 may include a display unit 4, a recognition unit 5 for recognizing a card or a bankbook, a deposit unit 6 into which a paper medium is deposited, and a withdrawal unit 7 from which a paper medium is withdrawn. In addition, a control unit for controlling operations of the operation unit 3, the display unit 4, the recognition unit 5, the depositing unit 6, and the withdrawal unit 7 may be disposed inside the main body 2. A power source such as a motor may be arranged for the mechanical operation of the recognition unit 5, the depositing unit 6, and the withdrawal unit 7. Inside the main body 2, there are formed accommodating parts 11 and 13 in which the cassettes 10 and 12 are detachably received.

The cassettes 10 and 12 are connected to the depositing unit 6, the cassette 10 for receiving a paper medium, and the cassette for withdrawal connected to the withdrawal unit 7 to supply a paper medium ( 12). The deposit cassette 10 and the withdrawal cassette 12 may be mounted to the accommodating parts 11 and 13 so as to correspond to the deposit part 6 and the withdrawal part 7, respectively. Hereinafter, in the present embodiment will be described with respect to the deposit cassette 10 for convenience of description. However, the present invention is not limited to the deposit cassette 10, but can also be applied to the withdrawal cassette 12 and the deposit and withdrawal cassette capable of depositing and withdrawing.

2 is a perspective view showing a cassette of the automated teller machine shown in FIG. 1, FIG. 3 is a right side view showing the inside of the cassette shown in FIG. 2, and FIG. 4 is an operating state of the first and second stack plates in FIG. 5 is a perspective view showing the main part of the cassette shown in FIG.

2 to 4, the cassette 10 may include a case in which a paper medium accommodating part 22 accommodating a paper medium is formed therein and an access part 24 for accessing the paper medium is provided thereon. 20, a first stack plate 30 disposed inside the paper medium receiving portion 22, and a second stack plate disposed to be able to be lifted up and down under the first stack plate 30. 40).

The case 20 has an entrance 20a through which a paper medium enters and exits, and an entrance 24 is disposed in communication with the entrance 20a. The entrance part 24 may include two roller members which respectively contact the upper and lower surfaces of the paper medium to move the paper medium.

The first stack plate 30 may be inclined at an upper side of the paper medium receiving portion 22 to guide the paper medium coming from the entry and exit portion 24 on the upper surface of the second stack plate 40. That is, the first stack plate 30 is disposed to be inclined downward at a predetermined angle from an end adjacent to the entrance part 24. The end of the first stack plate 30 is rotatably connected to the case 20 at an end portion of the first access plate 24. Therefore, the first stack plate 30 is rotated upward with respect to the end portion of the entrance portion 24 side.

The second stack plate 40 may be horizontally disposed below the first stack plate 30, and may be elastically supported upward in the paper medium accommodating part 22. Accordingly, the second stack plate 40 is moved downward in proportion to the loading load of the paper medium, and the space between the first stack plate 30 and the second stack plate 40 is increased or decreased according to the loading amount of the paper medium. .

4 and 5, the second stack plate 40 may be forcibly raised to the first stack plate 30 at a time point at which loading of the paper medium is completed, and the first stack plate 30 may be used. ) May be rotated upward by interference with the second stack plate 40. Therefore, since the first stack plate 30 and the second stack plate 40 press the paper media loaded in the middle, the paper media loaded between the first stack plate 30 and the second stack plate 40. The height of the paper may be reduced to increase the amount of paper media loaded on the paper medium receiving portion 22. Meanwhile, a forced lifting mechanism is disposed inside the case 20 to adjust the forced lift of the second stack plate 40. The forced lifting mechanism may be configured of a plurality of timing belts 41, 42, 43, pulleys 44, 45, 46, etc. to control the vertical movement of the second stack plate 40.

1, 2 and 5, the automatic teller machine 1 of the present invention is disposed on one side of the receiving portion 11 of the main body 2 is rotated during operation of the main body 2 Two coupler couplers 50 and 60 rotatably provided in the main body coupler 70 and 80 and the cassette 10 are coupled to the main body coupler 70 and 80 when the cassette 10 is mounted. It includes more. Therefore, the cassette 10 is operated by receiving power from the main body 2 by mechanical coupling of the main body coupler 70 and 80 and the cassette coupler 50 and 60. In the present embodiment, the main body coupler 70, 80 and the cassette coupler 50, 60 are described as two, but the number of the main body coupler and the cassette coupler depends on the configuration of the main body 2 and the cassette 10. Various numbers may be provided.

The two cassette couplers 50 and 60 transmit a power from the main body 2 to the first cassette coupler 50 for transferring power from the main body 2 to the forced lifting mechanism. It consists of a second cassette coupler (60). Therefore, the entrance part 24 is operated by the power transmitted to the first cassette coupler 50, and the second stack plate 40 is forcibly lifted by the power transmitted to the second cassette coupler 60. .

The two main body couplers 70 and 80 may include a first main body coupler 70 disposed at one side of the accommodating parts 11 and 13 of the main body 2 so as to be coupled to the first cassette coupler 50. In order to be coupled to the second cassette coupler 60, the second main body coupler 80 is disposed on the other side of the accommodating parts 11 and 13 of the main body 2. The first and second main body couplers 70 and 80 are connected to a power source such as a motor provided inside the main body 2 to rotate when the main body 2 is operated.

6 is a perspective view illustrating a cassette coupler of a cassette and a main body coupler of a main body according to the present invention, FIG. 7 is a plan view of the cassette coupler and a main body coupler of FIG. 6, and FIG. 8 is a cassette coupler of FIG. 9 is a side cross-sectional view illustrating a coupling state of a main body coupler, and FIG. 9 is a schematic cross-sectional view illustrating a coupling process of a cassette coupler and a main body coupler taken along line AA of FIG. 8.

6 to 9, the first and second main body couplers 70 and 80 and the first and second cassette couplers 50 and 60 have rotation centerlines B and C on the same straight line. The corresponding shapes can be combined correspondingly. That is, the first main body coupler 70 and the first cassette coupler 50 are rotated together in the axial direction, and the second main body coupler 80 and the second cassette coupler 60 are rotated together in the axial direction. do.

In addition, at least one of the first and second body couplers 70 and 80 or the first and second cassette couplers 50 and 60 may include the main body 2 or the cassette ( 10 may be elastically installed. That is, the first and second main body couplers 70 and 80 and the first and second cassette couplers 50 and 60 are disposed at positions interfering with each other in the axial direction. At least one of the main body couplers 70 and 80 or the first and second cassette couplers 50 and 60 is coupled while being elastically moved in the axial direction.

Engaging portions 51 and 61 of the first and second cassette couplers 50 and 60 are respectively formed with coupling grooves 52 and 62 radially from the rotation center where the rotation center line B and C pass. do. In addition, the coupling portions 71 and 81 of the first and second main body couplers 70 and 80 may be inserted into the coupling grooves 52 and 62 of the first and second cassette couplers 50 and 60. The coupling protrusions 72 and 82 protrude from the coupling grooves 52 and 62 in the same shape. However, coupling protrusions are formed in the coupling portions 51 and 61 of the first and second cassette couplers 50 and 60, or the coupling portions 71 and 81 of the first and second body couplers 70 and 80 are formed. Coupling groove portion may be formed in).

The coupling grooves 52 and 62 are spaced apart from each other at the same angle with respect to the coupling centers B and C of the coupling parts 51 and 61 of the first and second cassette couplers 50 and 60. It can be formed at each position. That is, the coupling grooves 52 and 62 are formed radially around the rotation center line B and C at the coupling portions 51 and 61 of the first and second cassette couplers 50 and 60. . For example, the coupling grooves 2 at two positions spaced at an angle of 180 degrees with respect to the rotation center line B and C at the coupling portions 51 and 61 of the first and second cassette couplers 50 and 60. When the 52 and 62 are each formed in the radial direction, the coupling grooves 52 and 62 are formed in a straight shape as a whole. In addition, the coupling groove 52 in four positions spaced at an angle of 90 degrees with respect to the rotation center line (B) (C) to the coupling portions 51 and 61 of the first and second cassette couplers 50 and 60. When the 62 is formed in the radial direction, respectively, the coupling grooves 52 and 62 are formed in a cross shape as a whole. Hereinafter, it will be described that the coupling grooves 52 and 62 are formed in a straight shape in the coupling portions 51 and 61 of the first and second cassette couplers 50 and 60. Therefore, the coupling protrusions 72 and 82 are formed to protrude to the coupling portions 71 and 81 of the first and second body couplers 70 and 80 in the same straight shape as the coupling groove portions 52 and 62. do.

6, 8, and 9, the coupling grooves 52 and 62 have a normal E in the same direction as the rotation direction F of the first and second cassette couplers 50 and 60. The second sidewalls 52a and 52a having a normal D in a direction opposite to the rotation direction F of the first and second cassette couplers 50 and 60 are higher than the first sidewalls 52b and 62b. Can be formed. As described above, when the second sidewalls 52a and 52a are formed higher than the first sidewalls 52b and 62b, the coupling protrusions 72 and 82 when the first and second body couplers 70 and 80 rotate. May be inserted into the coupling grooves 52 and 62 after passing through the first side walls 52b and 62b. However, the first side walls 52b and 62b may be inserted through the second sidewalls 52a and 52a. It becomes impossible.

In addition, the coupling portions 51 and 61 of the first and second cassette couplers 50 and 60 are inclined to protrude obliquely between the first side walls 52b and 62b and the second side walls 52a and 52a. Guides 54 and 64 are formed. The inclined guides 54 and 64 may include second sidewalls 52a and 52a along the rotation directions of the first and second body couplers 70 and 80 and the first and second cassette couplers 50 and 60. It is formed between the first side wall (52b) 62b and the second side wall (52a) (52a) in a shape that the height decreases linearly toward the first side wall (52b) (62b). Therefore, when the first and second cassette couplers 50 and 60 and the first and second body couplers 70 and 80 are coupled, the directions of the coupling protrusions 72 and 82 and the coupling grooves 52 and 62 are different. If this does not match, engaging projections 72 and 82 are disposed on the inclined guides 54 and 64. Then, when the first and second body couplers 70 and 80 are rotated, the coupling protrusions 72 and 82 are moved along the inclined guides 54 and 64, and then the first sidewalls 52b and 62b. It is simply inserted into the coupling groove (52) (62) via.

At least one of the first and second body couplers 70 and 80 or the first and second cassette couplers 50 and 60 may be provided with a weight loss groove to reduce material costs. In the present embodiment, it will be described that the fat loss groove 66 is formed in the inclined guide portion 64 of the second cassette coupler 60.

Looking at the operation of the automated teller machine 1 of the present invention configured as described above are as follows.

If the main body 2 of the automatic teller machine 1 lacks or has too much paper, the operation of the automatic teller machine 1 is stopped, and the housings 11 and 13 of the main teller machine 2 are opened to open the cassette 10. (12) is replaced, and then the housings 11 and 13 are closed. At this time, the first and second cassette couplers 50 and 60 of the cassettes 10 and 12 are coupled to the first and second body couplers 70 and 80 of the accommodating parts 11 and 13. Then, when the automatic teller machine 1 is operated again, the first and second main body couplers 70 and 80 rotate, and the first and second cassettes coupled with the first and second main body couplers 70 and 80. Coupler 50 and 60 also rotate together. Therefore, since the power of the main body 2 can be transmitted to the cassette 10 through the first and second main body couplers 70 and 80 and the first and second cassette couplers 50 and 60, the cassette 10 can be transferred. 12 can use the power source of the main body 2 together with the main body 2 in common.

On the other hand, when the first and second main body couplers 70 and 80 and the first and second cassette couplers 50 and 60 do not coincide with each other when the cassettes 10 and 12 are mounted, The engaging projections 72 and 82 of the main body coupler 70 and 80 are not inserted into the engaging grooves 52 and 62 of the first and second cassette couplers 50 and 60, and the first and second main body couplers. The 70 and 80 and the first and second cassette couplers 50 and 60 are disposed in an uncoupled state. That is, the engaging projections 72 and 82 of the first and second main body couplers 70 and 80 are disposed on the inclined guides 54 and 64 of the first and second cassette couplers 50 and 60. It is in a state.

Then, when the automatic teller machine 1 is operated again, the first and second main body couplers 70 and 80 rotate, so that the engaging projections 72 and 82 also move the inclined guides 54 and 64. After moving along, the first and second cassette couplers 50 and 60 are inserted into the coupling grooves 52 and 62 at one time through the first side walls 52b and 62b. At this time, the coupling protrusions 72 and 82 rotate toward the first and second cassette couplers 50 and 60 as they are moved to the first side walls 52b and 62b along the inclined guides 54 and 64. It is a state moved predetermined distance in the direction of center line B (C). If the coupling protrusions 72 and 82 are not inserted into the coupling grooves 52 and 62 and are to be separated from the coupling grooves 52 and 62 by the influence of inertia, the first and second cassette couplers 50 may be used. Since the engaging projections 72 and 82 are caught by the second side walls 52a and 52a of the 60, the engaging projections 72 and 82 are not separated from the engaging grooves 52 and 62, and thus the engaging grooves ( The coupling protrusions 72 and 82 are inserted into the 52 and 62 as they are. As described above, the coupling protrusions 72 and 82 of the first and second main body couplers 70 and 80 are not inserted into the coupling grooves 52 and 62 of the first and second cassette couplers 50 and 60. Even when the automatic teller machine 1 is operated in a state, the engaging projections 72 and 82 and the engaging grooves 52 and 62 can be simply combined in a short time without loss of power.

Referring to the case where the paper medium is deposited in the automated teller machine 1, when the paper medium is deposited by the depositing unit 6, the power transmitted from the first body coupler 70 to the first cassette coupler 50 is transferred. The entrance part 24 is driven by this. Therefore, the paper medium deposited by the depositing portion 6 is transferred to the entry portion 24 of the cassette 10 and then transferred to the inside of the case 20 by the entry portion 24. Then, the paper medium is moved to the first stack plate 30, the paper medium moved inclined downward along the lower surface of the first stack plate 30 is loaded on the upper surface of the second stack plate (40).

The paper medium loaded on the second stack plate 40 is detected by a sensor (not shown), and when the paper medium is loaded in a predetermined amount, the second body coupler 80 may control the second cassette coupler 80 under the control of a controller. Power is transmitted through 60, and the second stack plate 40 is moved downward. Therefore, as the second stack plate 40 is moved downward, a space in which paper media can be loaded can be secured between the first and second stack plates 30 and 40.

When the deposit of the automatic teller machine 1 is completed, the second stack plate 40 is forcibly raised upward until it is in close contact with the first stack plate 30. The first stack plate 30 is rotated upwards to be in a horizontal state, and the paper media disposed between the first and second stack plates 30 and 40 is the first and second stack plates 30 and 40. It is compressed by). Then, the second stack plate 40 is lowered downward and then forcibly raised again. Due to the lifting operation of the second stack plate 40, the paper media are stacked on the second stack plate 40 in close contact.

As described above, the automatic teller machine according to the present invention has been described with reference to the drawings. Of course.

1 is a perspective view of the automatic teller machine according to the present invention,

Figure 2 is a perspective view showing a cassette of the automated teller machine shown in FIG.

3 is a right side view showing the inside of the cassette shown in FIG. 2;

4 is a right side view illustrating an operating state of the first and second stack plates in FIG. 3;

5 is a perspective view showing a main part of the cassette shown in FIG. 2;

6 is a perspective view showing a cassette coupler of a cassette and a body coupler of a main body according to the present invention;

7 is a plan view showing the cassette coupler and the main body coupler shown in FIG.

8 is a side cross-sectional view showing a coupling state of the cassette coupler and the main body coupler shown in FIG. 6;

FIG. 9 is a cross-sectional view schematically illustrating a process of coupling a cassette coupler and a main body coupler along line A-A of FIG. 8;

BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF THE DRAWINGS Fig.

1: automatic teller machine 10, 12: cassette

20: case 24: entrance

30: first stack plate 40: second stack plate

50: first cassette coupler 60: second cassette coupler

70: first body coupler 80: second body coupler

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  1. A main body on which the paper medium is processed;
    A cassette detachably mounted to an accommodation portion formed in the main body to accommodate the paper medium;
    A main body coupler disposed at one side of the accommodation unit and rotated when the main body is operated; And
    A cassette coupler rotatably provided in the cassette, the cassette coupler being disposed to correspond to the main body coupler and to be coupled to the main body coupler when the cassette is mounted;
    Automatic financial equipment comprising a.
  2. The method according to claim 1,
    The body coupler and the cassette coupler are correspondingly coupled in a shape in which the rotation center line is coincident on the same straight line.
    A coupling groove is formed in a coupling portion of the main body coupler or the cassette coupler in a radial direction at a rotational center, and the coupling groove portion is inserted into the coupling groove in the other coupling portion of the main body coupler or the cassette coupler. Financial automation equipment with engaging projection protruding into corresponding shape.
  3. The method according to claim 2,
    And a plurality of the coupling grooves and the coupling protrusions are formed in a radial shape at the same angle with respect to the rotation center line of the main body coupler and the cassette coupler.
  4. The method according to claim 2 or 3,
    The coupling groove has a second sidewall having a normal in a direction opposite to the rotational direction of the cassette coupler and the main body coupler higher than the first sidewall having a normal in the same direction as the rotational direction of the cassette coupler and the main body coupler. Automation device.
  5. The method according to claim 4,
    The coupling portion in which the coupling groove portion is formed may have an inclined guide portion between the first side wall and the second side wall such that the height decreases linearly from the second side wall to the first side wall in the rotational direction of the cassette coupler and the main body coupler. Formed financial automation equipment.
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