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  • Ships Electrical Standards (2018) - TP 127 E

    2021-9-28u2002·u2002S1.8 Emergency Electrical Power In Ships of Group 5B S 1.8.1 Every ship of Group 5B which has a ship's service electrical system of 50 volts or over, shall have an emergency electrical power source for the following services: for a period of three (3) hours the emergency lighting for: launching stations and stowage positions of survival craft;

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  • ELECTRICAL SAFETY HAZARDS HANDBOOK

    2020-1-21u2002·u2002prevent electrical shock and fires. Conductor cross-section and material determine its resistance. Current produces heat as a function of current squared X resistance (I2R). The NEC® publishes tables that show the rated current carrying capacity of various sizes and types of conductors (wire and cables). Currents that

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  • Cable Ships - an overview

    Cable Ships. A cable ship trailing a magnetic sensor detects the low-frequency signal injected from the terminal station, and by performing several passes over the cable, is able to pinpoint the location of the fault. From: Undersea Fiber Communication Systems (Second Edition), 2016. Download as PDF.

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  • Electrical Installations Design, Selection, Erection and ...

    2021-6-10u2002·u200210.1 Cable entries 10.2 Selection of cable glands The cable gland shall be selected to match the cable diameter. The use of sealing tape, heat shrink tube or other materials is not permitted to make the cable fit to the cable gland. Cable glands shall be in accordance with IEC 60079-0 and shall be selected to maintain the

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  • Electrical Safety and Electrical Work Procedure

    2015-5-14u2002·u2002Electrical Safety and Electrical Work Procedure Prepared: May 2015 Version 3.1 ... many of these technical standards are referenced (that is, applied and enforced) by legislation. ... for defining types of electrical environment based on the risk of damage occurring whilst in use.

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  • Cable Routing - Inst Tools

    2021-9-19u2002·u2002Cable tray systems are alternatives to normal wire ways and electrical conduit, which completely enclose cables and protect from environmental hazards. Cable trays are used to support all types of wiring, such as. 1. High Voltage Power Lines. 2. Power Distribution Cables. 3. Fiber Optical Cables 4. Telecommunication cables. 5. Control cables.

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  • Types of Wiring Systems and Methods of Electrical Wiring

    2 days agou2002·u2002What is Electrical Wiring?.Different Types of Electrical Wiring Systems. Cleat Wiring Methods of Electrical Wiring Systems w.r.t Taking Connection. Joint Box or Tee or Jointing System. Loop-in or Looping System.Casing and Capping wiringBatten Wiring (CTS or TRS)Lead Sheathed WiringConduit WiringSurface Conduit WiringConcealed Conduit wiringTypes of …

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  • Best Practice Guide to Cable Ladder and Cable Tray

    2015-10-29u2002·u20026 Cable Ladder and Cable Tray Systems– Including Channel support Systems and other Associated Supports Definitions and Abbreviations Accessory Component used for a supplementary function e.g. to join two components together, clamp or fix to walls, ceilings or other supports, covers and cable retainers Associated supports Bespoke supports for cable …

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  • UK Electrical Contractors & Wholesalers - Quest Electrical

    QUEST Electrical are a leading and nationwide industrial electrical contractor. Established in 1993, we are proud to have established many long lasting relationships with major UK businesses working as their preferred commercial electrical contractor …

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  • Marine Electrical Knowledge - HZS

    2018-3-8u2002·u2002profound knowledge of the electrical distribution of the ship's power. The only way to aquire this knowledge is to study the ship's power diagrams. Almost all oceangoing ships have an A.C. distribution system in preference to a direct current D.C. system. Usally a ship's electrical distribution scheme follows shore pratice.

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  • Ships Electrical Standards (2018) - TP 127 E

    2021-9-28u2002·u2002S1.8 Emergency Electrical Power In Ships of Group 5B S 1.8.1 Every ship of Group 5B which has a ship's service electrical system of 50 volts or over, shall have an emergency electrical power source for the following services: for a period of three (3) hours the emergency lighting for: launching stations and stowage positions of survival craft;

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  • ELECTRICAL SAFETY HAZARDS HANDBOOK

    2020-1-21u2002·u2002prevent electrical shock and fires. Conductor cross-section and material determine its resistance. Current produces heat as a function of current squared X resistance (I2R). The NEC® publishes tables that show the rated current carrying capacity of various sizes and types of conductors (wire and cables). Currents that

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  • A List of Standards Often Used for Designing Electrical ...

    2017-8-23u2002·u2002Part 3: Particular requirements for plugs, socket-outlets, connectors and appliance inlets for use in explosive gas atmospheres. IEC60331 Fire resisting characteristics of electric cables. IEC60332 Tests on electric cables under fire conditions. Part 1: Test on a single vertical insulated wire or cable.

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  • The Importance of Oil Resistant Cables

    2019-3-18u2002·u2002Oil Resistant Wire and Cable Products by LAPP. LAPP has been providing oil resistant wire and cable products for the past 60 years and will continue being the industry leader in the future. LAPP is ahead of the pack and has already made the commitment to service industries that are directly affected by these oil-resistant requirements.

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  • Electrical Installations Design, Selection, Erection and ...

    2021-6-10u2002·u200210.1 Cable entries 10.2 Selection of cable glands The cable gland shall be selected to match the cable diameter. The use of sealing tape, heat shrink tube or other materials is not permitted to make the cable fit to the cable gland. Cable glands shall be in accordance with IEC 60079-0 and shall be selected to maintain the

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  • Inspecting Electrical Connections for Proper Torque - IAEI ...

    For electrical connections the old adage 'hand tight plus a quarter turn' is not sufficient to produce a proper mechanical connection. The mechanical interface between the connector and the conductor is an integral part of a safe and reliable electrical connection.

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  • Earth Terminal Blocks

    Earth terminal type blocks are designed to protect electrical units and individuals from interference such as electrical or magnetic fields. This process known as grounding or earthing is a safe way to discharge excess electricity from an appliance. These types of terminal blocks can be inserted into a block and are usually interchangeable with ...

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  • Understanding Shielded Cable - Mouser Electronics

    2010-5-21u2002·u2002electrical environment in which the cable is used, the cost of the cable—why pay for more ... There are two types of shielding typically used for cables: foil and braid. ... A high-quality cable is defeated by a low-quality connector. Similarly, a great connector can't do anything to improve a …

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  • Connector Basics - learn.sparkfun.com

    These connectors actually come in three common sizes: 1/4' (6.35mm), 1/8' (3.5mm), and 2.5mm. ¼' size connectors find a lot of use in the professional audio and music community- most electric guitars and amplifiers have 1/4' tip-sleeve (TS) jacks on them. 1/8' tip-ring-sleeve (TRS) is very common as the connector for headphones or audio output ...

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  • Marine Electrical Knowledge - HZS

    2018-3-8u2002·u2002profound knowledge of the electrical distribution of the ship's power. The only way to aquire this knowledge is to study the ship's power diagrams. Almost all oceangoing ships have an A.C. distribution system in preference to a direct current D.C. system. Usally a ship's electrical distribution scheme follows shore pratice.

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  • Ships Electrical Standards (2018) - TP 127 E

    2021-9-28u2002·u2002S1.8 Emergency Electrical Power In Ships of Group 5B S 1.8.1 Every ship of Group 5B which has a ship's service electrical system of 50 volts or over, shall have an emergency electrical power source for the following services: for a period of three (3) hours the emergency lighting for: launching stations and stowage positions of survival craft;

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  • ELECTRICAL SAFETY HAZARDS HANDBOOK

    2020-1-21u2002·u2002prevent electrical shock and fires. Conductor cross-section and material determine its resistance. Current produces heat as a function of current squared X resistance (I2R). The NEC® publishes tables that show the rated current carrying capacity of various sizes and types of conductors (wire and cables). Currents that

    Get Price
  • A List of Standards Often Used for Designing Electrical ...

    2017-8-23u2002·u2002Part 3: Particular requirements for plugs, socket-outlets, connectors and appliance inlets for use in explosive gas atmospheres. IEC60331 Fire resisting characteristics of electric cables. IEC60332 Tests on electric cables under fire conditions. Part 1: Test on a single vertical insulated wire or cable.

    Get Price
  • The Importance of Oil Resistant Cables

    2019-3-18u2002·u2002Oil Resistant Wire and Cable Products by LAPP. LAPP has been providing oil resistant wire and cable products for the past 60 years and will continue being the industry leader in the future. LAPP is ahead of the pack and has already made the commitment to service industries that are directly affected by these oil-resistant requirements.

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  • Electrical Installations Design, Selection, Erection and ...

    2021-6-10u2002·u200210.1 Cable entries 10.2 Selection of cable glands The cable gland shall be selected to match the cable diameter. The use of sealing tape, heat shrink tube or other materials is not permitted to make the cable fit to the cable gland. Cable glands shall be in accordance with IEC 60079-0 and shall be selected to maintain the

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  • Inspecting Electrical Connections for Proper Torque - IAEI ...

    For electrical connections the old adage 'hand tight plus a quarter turn' is not sufficient to produce a proper mechanical connection. The mechanical interface between the connector and the conductor is an integral part of a safe and reliable electrical connection.

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  • Earth Terminal Blocks

    Earth terminal type blocks are designed to protect electrical units and individuals from interference such as electrical or magnetic fields. This process known as grounding or earthing is a safe way to discharge excess electricity from an appliance. These types of terminal blocks can be inserted into a block and are usually interchangeable with ...

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  • Understanding Shielded Cable - Mouser Electronics

    2010-5-21u2002·u2002electrical environment in which the cable is used, the cost of the cable—why pay for more ... There are two types of shielding typically used for cables: foil and braid. ... A high-quality cable is defeated by a low-quality connector. Similarly, a great connector can't do anything to improve a …

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  • Connector Basics - learn.sparkfun.com

    These connectors actually come in three common sizes: 1/4' (6.35mm), 1/8' (3.5mm), and 2.5mm. ¼' size connectors find a lot of use in the professional audio and music community- most electric guitars and amplifiers have 1/4' tip-sleeve (TS) jacks on them. 1/8' tip-ring-sleeve (TRS) is very common as the connector for headphones or audio output ...

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  • Ships Electrical Standards (2018) - TP 127 E

    2021-9-28u2002·u2002S1.8 Emergency Electrical Power In Ships of Group 5B S 1.8.1 Every ship of Group 5B which has a ship's service electrical system of 50 volts or over, shall have an emergency electrical power source for the following services: for a period of three (3) hours the emergency lighting for: launching stations and stowage positions of survival craft;

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  • Electrical Safety and Electrical Work Procedure

    2015-5-14u2002·u2002Electrical Safety and Electrical Work Procedure Prepared: May 2015 Version 3.1 ... many of these technical standards are referenced (that is, applied and enforced) by legislation. ... for defining types of electrical environment based on the risk of damage occurring whilst in use.

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  • Heavy Duty Connectors - Weidmüller

    48 hour Quick Ship Program offered in North America. Speedline® Service guarantees the availability of our most popular Heavy Duty Connector (HDC) products in commonly used sizes and configurations, such as Weidmuller's RockStar® Housings, Inserts and Cable Glands,so OEMs can make last-minute connections fast!

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  • A List of Standards Often Used for Designing Electrical ...

    2017-8-23u2002·u2002Part 3: Particular requirements for plugs, socket-outlets, connectors and appliance inlets for use in explosive gas atmospheres. IEC60331 Fire resisting characteristics of electric cables. IEC60332 Tests on electric cables under fire conditions. Part 1: Test on a single vertical insulated wire or cable.

    Get Price
  • The Importance of Oil Resistant Cables

    2019-3-18u2002·u2002Oil Resistant Wire and Cable Products by LAPP. LAPP has been providing oil resistant wire and cable products for the past 60 years and will continue being the industry leader in the future. LAPP is ahead of the pack and has already made the commitment to service industries that are directly affected by these oil-resistant requirements.

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  • Practical Applications of Class Requirements to LNG ...

    2014-6-18u2002·u20023 ABS Gas Fueled Ships Guide zThe new ABS Guide has been aligned where appropriate to incorporate relevant aspects of IMO Resolution MSC.285(86) and can be applied to all vessel types (except gas carriers) regardless of sizevessel types, (except gas carriers) regardless of size.

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  • AlphaO Non-Stripping Electrical Wire - Connectors ...

    SAFE AND SECURE â AlphaO connectors stay safe during the wire connector installation. These connectors can be used safely by drastically reducing the electrical connection resistance. RELIABLE CONNECTION â No risk of setting a fire or loose wire connections when these connectors are …

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  • Electrical - Practical Sailor

    2021-9-24u2002·u2002Electrical. September 15, 2016. Our test gear comprised a ProMariner ProNautic 12-40P battery charger; West Marine-branded, flooded-cell, deep-cycle battery with a 75-amp hour rating; and two 120-volt, 70-watt incandescent light bulbs powered through a Heart 140-watt DC to AC inverter. This setup created a 12-amp DC load on the battery.

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  • Wago 5-Conductor Compact Splicing Connector w

    The quality 5-Conductor Compact Splicing Connector w Operating Levers is perfect for wiring flexible conductors in a junction box. This Splicing Connector can be used with any connection that requires stranded/solid wires, a wide range of wire sizes, or a combination of different wire sizes and types within one connector. Taking up very little space, this reusable connector saves both time ...

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  • Top 20 Practical Cabling Tips for Network Engineers – Part ...

    2012-7-19u2002·u2002Most engineers think that cable is simply plug and play. And mostly, that true. In recent years, Ethernet standards and manufacturing Here are 20 things that Network Engineers have forgotten or don't know about network cabling in a two part series on things I have learned in twenty years of …

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  • Marine Electrical Knowledge - HZS

    2018-3-8u2002·u2002profound knowledge of the electrical distribution of the ship's power. The only way to aquire this knowledge is to study the ship's power diagrams. Almost all oceangoing ships have an A.C. distribution system in preference to a direct current D.C. system. Usally a ship's electrical distribution scheme follows shore pratice.

    Get Price
  • Ships Electrical Standards (2018) - TP 127 E

    2021-9-28u2002·u2002S1.8 Emergency Electrical Power In Ships of Group 5B S 1.8.1 Every ship of Group 5B which has a ship's service electrical system of 50 volts or over, shall have an emergency electrical power source for the following services: for a period of three (3) hours the emergency lighting for: launching stations and stowage positions of survival craft;

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  • ELECTRICAL SAFETY HAZARDS HANDBOOK

    2020-1-21u2002·u2002prevent electrical shock and fires. Conductor cross-section and material determine its resistance. Current produces heat as a function of current squared X resistance (I2R). The NEC® publishes tables that show the rated current carrying capacity of various sizes and types of conductors (wire and cables). Currents that

    Get Price
  • A List of Standards Often Used for Designing Electrical ...

    2017-8-23u2002·u2002Part 3: Particular requirements for plugs, socket-outlets, connectors and appliance inlets for use in explosive gas atmospheres. IEC60331 Fire resisting characteristics of electric cables. IEC60332 Tests on electric cables under fire conditions. Part 1: Test on a single vertical insulated wire or cable.

    Get Price
  • The Importance of Oil Resistant Cables

    2019-3-18u2002·u2002Oil Resistant Wire and Cable Products by LAPP. LAPP has been providing oil resistant wire and cable products for the past 60 years and will continue being the industry leader in the future. LAPP is ahead of the pack and has already made the commitment to service industries that are directly affected by these oil-resistant requirements.

    Get Price
  • Electrical Installations Design, Selection, Erection and ...

    2021-6-10u2002·u200210.1 Cable entries 10.2 Selection of cable glands The cable gland shall be selected to match the cable diameter. The use of sealing tape, heat shrink tube or other materials is not permitted to make the cable fit to the cable gland. Cable glands shall be in accordance with IEC 60079-0 and shall be selected to maintain the

    Get Price
  • Inspecting Electrical Connections for Proper Torque - IAEI ...

    For electrical connections the old adage 'hand tight plus a quarter turn' is not sufficient to produce a proper mechanical connection. The mechanical interface between the connector and the conductor is an integral part of a safe and reliable electrical connection.

    Get Price
  • Earth Terminal Blocks

    Earth terminal type blocks are designed to protect electrical units and individuals from interference such as electrical or magnetic fields. This process known as grounding or earthing is a safe way to discharge excess electricity from an appliance. These types of terminal blocks can be inserted into a block and are usually interchangeable with ...

    Get Price
  • Understanding Shielded Cable - Mouser Electronics

    2010-5-21u2002·u2002electrical environment in which the cable is used, the cost of the cable—why pay for more ... There are two types of shielding typically used for cables: foil and braid. ... A high-quality cable is defeated by a low-quality connector. Similarly, a great connector can't do anything to improve a …

    Get Price
  • Connector Basics - learn.sparkfun.com

    These connectors actually come in three common sizes: 1/4' (6.35mm), 1/8' (3.5mm), and 2.5mm. ¼' size connectors find a lot of use in the professional audio and music community- most electric guitars and amplifiers have 1/4' tip-sleeve (TS) jacks on them. 1/8' tip-ring-sleeve (TRS) is very common as the connector for headphones or audio output ...

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  • Electrical standards and approved codes of practice ...

    2021-8-9u2002·u2002Electrical standards and approved codes of practice. Listed below are some commonly used electrical standards and approved codes of practice. Additional standards and codes of practice would generally be needed to satisfy a specific application - it is the …

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  • CCTV Technology Handbook - Homeland Security

    2016-9-20u2002·u2002Figure 4-1. Coaxial Cable Construction 37 Figure 4-2. Telephone Network Example 38 Figure 4-3. Types of Antennas for RF Transmission 41 Figure 4-4. Typical Microwave Installation 42 Figure 4-5. IP-Based CCTV System 42 Figure 5-1. Storage Area Network 45 Figure 5-2. Network Attached Storage 46 Figure 7-1. Integrated Security System 47

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  • Hoisting & Rigging Fundamentals - Energy

    2014-1-2u2002·u2002Mependent Wire Rope (IWRC) -this is a separate wire rope. It is the strongest of the three types. The core provides 7-1/2% strength of the wire rope. This is the core used in the wire rope slings provided on site. The WIRE is the basic unit of the wire rope. The wires form the strand. Most wire is high carbon steel, but other material types are

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  • IEEE Safety Recommendations For High Voltage Testing

    These recommended practices deal generally with safety in connection with testing in laboratories, in the field, and of systems incorporating high voltage power supplies, etc. For the purposes of these recommended practices, a voltage of approximately 1,000 volts has been assumed as a practical minimum for these types of tests.

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  • Transformers: Basics, Maintenance, and Diagnostics

    2015-12-14u2002·u2002This volume provides timely, practical advice to those seeking to better understand how transformers work, how they are best maintained, and how to test and evaluate their condition. It has been developed with the assistance of Bureau of Reclamation engineers responsible for operating and maintaining transformers at important

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  • The Complete Guide to Electrical Insulation Testing

    2018-7-20u2002·u2002every electric wire in your plant – whether it's in a motor, generator, cable, switch, transformer, etc. – is carefully covered with some form of electrical insulation. The wire itself is usually copper or aluminum, which is known to be a good conductor of …

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  • Guide to Design Criteria for Bolted and Riveted Joints ...

    2012-2-24u2002·u20021.3 Types and Mechanical Properties of Structural Fasteners, 3 2. General Provisions 9 2.1 Structural Steels, 9 2.2 Types of Connections, 12 2.3 Loads, 16 2.4 Factor of Safety—Load Factor Design, 17 2.5 Bolted and Riveted Shear Splices, 18 2.6 Fatigue, 20 2.7 Fracture, 22 3. Rivets 27 3.1 Rivet Types, 27 3.2 Installation of Rivets, 27

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  • NICKEL PLATING HANDBOOK

    When an electrical potential or voltage is applied between the electrodes these ions migrate towards the electrode with the opposite charge – positively charged ions to the cathode and negatively charged ions to the anode. This results in the transfer of electrons, that is a current flow, between the

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  • March 2021 E-5 Topics - cool.osd.mil

    2021-6-4u2002·u2002March 2021 E-5 Exam Topics Select A Rating: Loading Topics... ...

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  • 60 Common Examples of Poka Yoke - Lean Factories

    Electric plugs have an earth pin that is longer than the other pins and is the first to make contact with the socket. The protective shield of the neutral and earth sockets are then opened safely. Electric sockets are shaped in a manner that only one way of plugging-in is possible. This prevents the possibility of a …

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