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Re: Running Mach2 from battery at 24v

Dean Jacobsen
 

Hi Steve, I have been running my Mach2 on 12 v since I got it.  Actually, I have the power supply set to 13.5 v but a couple of times I forgot to turn the PS on and ran all night on the backup battery.  It works fine although I don’t slew any faster than 900x (for mapping runs) and I generally run the mount at 600x.
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Re: Running Mach2 from battery at 24v

Roland Christen
 

If you are doing nothing but slewing, then it's nice to have 1800x. However, the mount runs just peachy with only 12 volts. In fact it will even run nicely at 10 volts. When you are tracking or guiding, etc, it doesn't matter what voltage you use, 12v, 18v, 24v. All works just the same.

Rolando



-----Original Message-----
From: Steve Armen <st5.armen@...>
To: main@ap-gto.groups.io
Sent: Fri, Sep 11, 2020 4:30 pm
Subject: [ap-gto] Running Mach2 from battery at 24v

Hello,

Preparing for a mach2 in the future, would anybody care to recommend (AP staff included) a good quality DC2DC boost converter for 12V to 24V? Reading the specs, it seems the mount may like to operate at 24V instead of 12V. In the case of running from batteries.

Looking at this one: https://www.amazon.com/DROK-Conversion-Efficiency-Waterproof-Transformer/dp/B081RFN1VJ

It's nice with much overhead for the current load /power required, good efficiency. Not that I'm planning on slewing at 1800x running from batteries :-) 

thanks,
Steve


Running Mach2 from battery at 24v

Steve Armen
 
Edited

Hello,

Preparing for a mach2 in the future, would anybody care to recommend (AP staff included) a good quality DC2DC boost converter for 12V to 24V? Reading the specs, it seems the mount may like to operate at 24V instead of 12V. In the case of operating from 12V batteries, looking at options. 

Looking at this one: https://www.amazon.com/DROK-Conversion-Efficiency-Waterproof-Transformer/dp/B081RFN1VJ

It's nice with much overhead for the current load /power required, good efficiency. Not that I'm planning on slewing at 1800x running from batteries :-) 

thanks,

Steve


Re: Mach2 Wifi problems #Mach2GTO #WiFi

Donald Rudny
 

Thanks, Chris for the tip on not having to park. I didn’t know that. I’ll try it next time.

Don

Don Rudny
Pepeekeo, Hawaii

On Sep 11, 2020, at 9:09 AM, Christopher Erickson <christopher.k.erickson@...> wrote:


Re: Mach2 Wifi problems #Mach2GTO #WiFi

Joe Zeglinski
 

Thanks for clarifying this,  Liam,
 
    Glad you are on-board. Keep up the good work.
Joe
 

From: Liam Plybon
Sent: Friday, September 11, 2020 4:28 PM
To: main@ap-gto.groups.io
Subject: Re: [ap-gto] Mach2 Wifi problems #Mach2GTO #WiFi
 

Joe,

 

I do not think this is an issue with Ernie’s Windows system. Since the problem is manifesting on multiple systems (mobile device, Windows 10, and a Mac) it is more likely an issue with either the settings in the CP4 or a potential hardware problem. Often we find that general operating system changes, updates and incompatibilities are at the root of an issue, but the wifi issue Ernie describes is occurring on all operating systems.

 

Liam Plybon

 


Re: Mach2 Wifi problems #Mach2GTO #WiFi

 

Joe,

 

I do not think this is an issue with Ernie’s Windows system. Since the problem is manifesting on multiple systems (mobile device, Windows 10, and a Mac) it is more likely an issue with either the settings in the CP4 or a potential hardware problem. Often we find that general operating system changes, updates and incompatibilities are at the root of an issue, but the wifi issue Ernie describes is occurring on all operating systems.

 

Liam Plybon

 

From: main@ap-gto.groups.io [mailto:main@ap-gto.groups.io] On Behalf Of Joe Zeglinski
Sent: Friday, September 11, 2020 15:00
To: main@ap-gto.groups.io
Subject: Re: [ap-gto] Mach2 Wifi problems #Mach2GTO #WiFi

 

Ernie,

 

    Which “Update version” of Win-10 are you running on (perhaps # 2004 ?).

 

    With deference and due respect to Bill Long, I have recently started having “system-erased password” problems connecting to the ISP, using my old Live Mail program, now periodically asking for my password on Win-10 Reboot, possibly under other situations repeating at a  later time, after I provide the same password again. Seemed to pop up at random during the day even without reboot, and reduced as  I started eliminating suspect apps. Never did that in the past. Something has changed in that wonderful update’s improvements, and I have been chasing the new culprit on a few PC’s  besides mine, for over a month.

 

    Check the location (or settings), where your password is “supposed to have been stored”,  to see if it is now blank, until you respond with it again and it gets automatically refilled there. Maybe your situation is similar.

 

     Windows Control Panel- User Accounts – Credentials is supposed to remember a specified password for some Application(s) and visited websites, which you can check by giving your Win-10 login password to open the hidden ones.

Or for your “named WiFi network”, check for the password under Network & Sharing Center – the Wireless Properties tab (for that WiFi network),  in the Security tab, to see if it got erased.  However, the latter has been untouched on my system, so far.

 

Joe


Re: Mach2 Wifi problems #Mach2GTO #WiFi

Joe Zeglinski
 

Ernie,
 
    Which “Update version” of Win-10 are you running on (perhaps # 2004 ?).
 
    With deference and due respect to Bill Long, I have recently started having “system-erased password” problems connecting to the ISP, using my old Live Mail program, now periodically asking for my password on Win-10 Reboot, possibly under other situations repeating at a  later time, after I provide the same password again. Seemed to pop up at random during the day even without reboot, and reduced as  I started eliminating suspect apps. Never did that in the past. Something has changed in that wonderful update’s improvements, and I have been chasing the new culprit on a few PC’s  besides mine, for over a month.
 
    Check the location (or settings), where your password is “supposed to have been stored”,  to see if it is now blank, until you respond with it again and it gets automatically refilled there. Maybe your situation is similar.
 
     Windows Control Panel- User Accounts – Credentials is supposed to remember a specified password for some Application(s) and visited websites, which you can check by giving your Win-10 login password to open the hidden ones.
Or for your “named WiFi network”, check for the password under Network & Sharing Center – the Wireless Properties tab (for that WiFi network),  in the Security tab, to see if it got erased.  However, the latter has been untouched on my system, so far.
 
Joe


Re: Mach2 Wifi problems #Mach2GTO #WiFi

Christopher Erickson
 

I have had this problem too. Very intermittent and not reproducible on command.

My solution is to simply cycle power on the CP4. No need to park the mount first, since the CP2/3/4/5's all have an awesome brownout power feature, they always remember where they  are when power is restored, absolute encoders or not.

Just cycle the power on the CPx and do a fresh GOTO to your target of interest.

-Christopher Erickson
Observatory engineer
Waikoloa, HI 96738
www.summitkinetics.com
   


On Fri, Sep 11, 2020, 8:10 AM Liam Plybon <liam@...> wrote:

Ernie,

 

I would be happy to talk to you about the wifi issues you are experiencing. Like Don mentions, it is a problem we have had trouble replicating here at Astro-Physics; since you have the problem ‘active’ we can do some diagnostics.

 

Call our number at 815-282-1513.

 

Liam Plybon

Astro-Physics

 

From: main@ap-gto.groups.io [mailto:main@ap-gto.groups.io] On Behalf Of Donald Rudny
Sent: Friday, September 11, 2020 13:05
To: main@ap-gto.groups.io
Subject: Re: [ap-gto] Mach2 Wifi problems #Mach2GTO #WiFi

 

Hi Ernie,

 

I have had this problem with my CP4 on occasion.  It will disconnect in the middle of a session.  If I try to reconnect, it asks for the password, but won’t accept it.  The only way to reconnect is to recycle power to the CP.  With my 1100 mount, I don’t have absolute encoders, so I park the mount with APCC and then reconnect and slew back to my object.  With the Mach 2, you can probably just recycle power without having to park because of the AE’s.

 

I have heard others with this problem as well, but AP says they can’t duplicate it.  I suspect it has something to do with outside interference in your area.  Mine rarely does it, so I can live with that, but it is annoying.

Don Rudny

Pepeekeo, Hawaii



On Sep 11, 2020, at 7:53 AM, ernie.mastroianni@... wrote:

Hello all,
Absent the keypad, I've been using SkySafari6 and my iPhone as a hand controller, via WiFi, to nudge the field of view when centering objects for photography. I do this by first initializing the mount via APCC, which is attached to a Windows laptop via RS232. Up to now, it has worked. But today, during daytime testing of connections of the mount inside my house, I can no longer connect to the Mach2 via WiFi after initializing. My phone tells me that my password is incorrect. My Windows laptop also cannot connect to the GTOCP5 wifi network, even though it shows up clearly in my list of available WiFi hotspots (although intermittently). My Mac laptop, which did connect to the Mach2 via Wifi and SkySafari yesterday, is not able to connect to the mount.

I have not changed the CP5 from its default settings as a WiFi as a wifi broadcast point. I have not changed the password. It is not connected to my home network. My power is good, the red light shines on the CP5. The mount will run and talk to my PC via the RS232 serial connection. Given that I cannot connect to the CP5 wifi with any of my devices, I suspect a WiFi failure of some sort, or a password that somehow got scrambled without my intervention. Also, the CP5 hotspot will intermittently disappear from my list of available WiFi hotspots. Any ideas out there? Anyone else have WiFi trouble with their Mach2?
Thanks,
Ernie Mastroianni
Ernie Mastroianni

The


Re: Mach2 Wifi problems #Mach2GTO #WiFi

 

Ernie,

 

I would be happy to talk to you about the wifi issues you are experiencing. Like Don mentions, it is a problem we have had trouble replicating here at Astro-Physics; since you have the problem ‘active’ we can do some diagnostics.

 

Call our number at 815-282-1513.

 

Liam Plybon

Astro-Physics

 

From: main@ap-gto.groups.io [mailto:main@ap-gto.groups.io] On Behalf Of Donald Rudny
Sent: Friday, September 11, 2020 13:05
To: main@ap-gto.groups.io
Subject: Re: [ap-gto] Mach2 Wifi problems #Mach2GTO #WiFi

 

Hi Ernie,

 

I have had this problem with my CP4 on occasion.  It will disconnect in the middle of a session.  If I try to reconnect, it asks for the password, but won’t accept it.  The only way to reconnect is to recycle power to the CP.  With my 1100 mount, I don’t have absolute encoders, so I park the mount with APCC and then reconnect and slew back to my object.  With the Mach 2, you can probably just recycle power without having to park because of the AE’s.

 

I have heard others with this problem as well, but AP says they can’t duplicate it.  I suspect it has something to do with outside interference in your area.  Mine rarely does it, so I can live with that, but it is annoying.

Don Rudny

Pepeekeo, Hawaii



On Sep 11, 2020, at 7:53 AM, ernie.mastroianni@... wrote:

Hello all,
Absent the keypad, I've been using SkySafari6 and my iPhone as a hand controller, via WiFi, to nudge the field of view when centering objects for photography. I do this by first initializing the mount via APCC, which is attached to a Windows laptop via RS232. Up to now, it has worked. But today, during daytime testing of connections of the mount inside my house, I can no longer connect to the Mach2 via WiFi after initializing. My phone tells me that my password is incorrect. My Windows laptop also cannot connect to the GTOCP5 wifi network, even though it shows up clearly in my list of available WiFi hotspots (although intermittently). My Mac laptop, which did connect to the Mach2 via Wifi and SkySafari yesterday, is not able to connect to the mount.

I have not changed the CP5 from its default settings as a WiFi as a wifi broadcast point. I have not changed the password. It is not connected to my home network. My power is good, the red light shines on the CP5. The mount will run and talk to my PC via the RS232 serial connection. Given that I cannot connect to the CP5 wifi with any of my devices, I suspect a WiFi failure of some sort, or a password that somehow got scrambled without my intervention. Also, the CP5 hotspot will intermittently disappear from my list of available WiFi hotspots. Any ideas out there? Anyone else have WiFi trouble with their Mach2?
Thanks,
Ernie Mastroianni
Ernie Mastroianni

The


Re: Mach2 Wifi problems #Mach2GTO #WiFi

Donald Rudny
 

Hi Ernie,

I have had this problem with my CP4 on occasion.  It will disconnect in the middle of a session.  If I try to reconnect, it asks for the password, but won’t accept it.  The only way to reconnect is to recycle power to the CP.  With my 1100 mount, I don’t have absolute encoders, so I park the mount with APCC and then reconnect and slew back to my object.  With the Mach 2, you can probably just recycle power without having to park because of the AE’s.

I have heard others with this problem as well, but AP says they can’t duplicate it.  I suspect it has something to do with outside interference in your area.  Mine rarely does it, so I can live with that, but it is annoying.

Don Rudny
Pepeekeo, Hawaii

On Sep 11, 2020, at 7:53 AM, ernie.mastroianni@... wrote:

Hello all,
Absent the keypad, I've been using SkySafari6 and my iPhone as a hand controller, via WiFi, to nudge the field of view when centering objects for photography. I do this by first initializing the mount via APCC, which is attached to a Windows laptop via RS232. Up to now, it has worked. But today, during daytime testing of connections of the mount inside my house, I can no longer connect to the Mach2 via WiFi after initializing. My phone tells me that my password is incorrect. My Windows laptop also cannot connect to the GTOCP5 wifi network, even though it shows up clearly in my list of available WiFi hotspots (although intermittently). My Mac laptop, which did connect to the Mach2 via Wifi and SkySafari yesterday, is not able to connect to the mount.

I have not changed the CP5 from its default settings as a WiFi as a wifi broadcast point. I have not changed the password. It is not connected to my home network. My power is good, the red light shines on the CP5. The mount will run and talk to my PC via the RS232 serial connection. Given that I cannot connect to the CP5 wifi with any of my devices, I suspect a WiFi failure of some sort, or a password that somehow got scrambled without my intervention. Also, the CP5 hotspot will intermittently disappear from my list of available WiFi hotspots. Any ideas out there? Anyone else have WiFi trouble with their Mach2?
Thanks,
Ernie Mastroianni
Ernie Mastroianni

The


Mach2 Wifi problems #Mach2GTO #WiFi

ernie.mastroianni@...
 

Hello all,
Absent the keypad, I've been using SkySafari6 and my iPhone as a hand controller, via WiFi, to nudge the field of view when centering objects for photography. I do this by first initializing the mount via APCC, which is attached to a Windows laptop via RS232. Up to now, it has worked. But today, during daytime testing of connections of the mount inside my house, I can no longer connect to the Mach2 via WiFi after initializing. My phone tells me that my password is incorrect. My Windows laptop also cannot connect to the GTOCP5 wifi network, even though it shows up clearly in my list of available WiFi hotspots (although intermittently). My Mac laptop, which did connect to the Mach2 via Wifi and SkySafari yesterday, is not able to connect to the mount.

I have not changed the CP5 from its default settings as a WiFi as a wifi broadcast point. I have not changed the password. It is not connected to my home network. My power is good, the red light shines on the CP5. The mount will run and talk to my PC via the RS232 serial connection. Given that I cannot connect to the CP5 wifi with any of my devices, I suspect a WiFi failure of some sort, or a password that somehow got scrambled without my intervention. Also, the CP5 hotspot will intermittently disappear from my list of available WiFi hotspots. Any ideas out there? Anyone else have WiFi trouble with their Mach2?
Thanks,
Ernie Mastroianni
Ernie Mastroianni

The


Re: APCC app crash when parking mount (Mach1) - event viewer details #APCC

Rodolphe
 

Hi Ray
Thanks for your investigation.
Correct, I tried different options to stabilize the connection to CP4 and finally settled with Ethernet.
Last night, I had an 8-hour continuous session without any comm error, this is perfect.
issue closed!
Kind regards
Rodolphe


Re: APCC - confused with the different limits #APCC - any advice? #APCC

Rodolphe
 

Hi Ray
thanks for the information. I wrote here because the manual or help file didn’t help me much clarify the concepts.
I’ll check YouTube as you advised.
KR
Rodolphe


Re: DEC ignored during PEM recording?

Brian
 

Ah yes, thanks, i was wrong to say  on a "true EW line" .. its as you say, a true NS line .. i can nudge the star back there with E and W buttons , where it arrives depends on irrelevant (to pem) issues such as polar alignment. Yes, this is a good enough work around, thanks.I will postpone my curiosity  about the cause and maybe try the old box. Thanks


Re: DEC ignored during PEM recording?

Roland Christen
 

It may be counter-intuitive, but you want to keep the star on the N-S line. You can allow it to drift up and down on that line.

Rolando



-----Original Message-----
From: Brian <brianelliott1066@...>
To: main@ap-gto.groups.io
Sent: Thu, Sep 10, 2020 10:04 pm
Subject: Re: [ap-gto] DEC ignored during PEM recording?

Hi Roland, thanks for so quick response! I suggested trying "the old chip"  ...by which I meant  reinstalling my old GTOCP2 rather than modifying the GTOCP4 (which I would not dream of doing :-) . But before doing that I just thought I'd shout out on the forum in case somebody recognised the fault or had a better idea on next step diagnosis. In my mind the next logical thing was to roll back to GTOCP2 to see what hapens.  But I am a bit distracted by Mars opposition, so might postpone until  end November furthur investigation.  (btw, even without NS, wouldn't  it be a good PEM if I kept the target star on a true EW line? Well, no need to ask, I can try it and see myself. Thanks anyway!

BrianE


Re: DEC ignored during PEM recording?

Brian
 

Hi Roland, thanks for so quick response! I suggested trying "the old chip"  ...by which I meant  reinstalling my old GTOCP2 rather than modifying the GTOCP4 (which I would not dream of doing :-) . But before doing that I just thought I'd shout out on the forum in case somebody recognised the fault or had a better idea on next step diagnosis. In my mind the next logical thing was to roll back to GTOCP2 to see what hapens.  But I am a bit distracted by Mars opposition, so might postpone until  end November furthur investigation.  (btw, even without NS, wouldn't  it be a good PEM if I kept the target star on a true EW line? Well, no need to ask, I can try it and see myself. Thanks anyway!

BrianE


Re: DEC ignored during PEM recording?

Roland Christen
 


I might re-install the old chip to verify it still works ok as it used to,
There is no "old chip" in a CP4. There is only the microprocessor and no chips are upgraded in the CP4. Perhaps you are referring to a CP3?

Rolando


-----Original Message-----
From: Brian <brianelliott1066@...>
To: main@ap-gto.groups.io
Sent: Thu, Sep 10, 2020 7:47 pm
Subject: [ap-gto] DEC ignored during PEM recording?

Hi. I tried to record a new PEM for first time since upgrading to GTOCP4. During recording the North and South buttons on my keypad were disabled. As soon as the recording was finished they were renabled. I tried a different input method to issue the move commands, APPC, but again the same thing .. N&S screen clicks working perfectly well before and after but not during the 7 minutes of PEM. E&W are fine at all times.  I know N&S should not be essential for PEM recording but the they are handy for working within a reticle and the latest keypad manual implies they should remain functional and be used. So ... any ideas? Is the operator doing something daft? I might re-install the old chip to verify it still works ok as it used to, is that a good idea?
Thanks
BrianE


DEC ignored during PEM recording?

Brian
 

Hi. I tried to record a new PEM for first time since upgrading to GTOCP4. During recording the North and South buttons on my keypad were disabled. As soon as the recording was finished they were renabled. I tried a different input method to issue the move commands, APPC, but again the same thing .. N&S screen clicks working perfectly well before and after but not during the 7 minutes of PEM. E&W are fine at all times.  I know N&S should not be essential for PEM recording but the they are handy for working within a reticle and the latest keypad manual implies they should remain functional and be used. So ... any ideas? Is the operator doing something daft? I might re-install the old chip to verify it still works ok as it used to, is that a good idea?
Thanks
BrianE


Re: APCC - confused with the different limits #APCC - any advice? #APCC

Ray Gralak
 

Hi Rodolphe,

1. The "home position": what is the intent? do I need it?
2. Homing limits / Home - what are they meant for?
The intent of Homing the mount is to bring it back to a known location if the mount "became lost" because it was initialized incorrectly, recal/synced to the wrong location, or unparked from the wrong position. The mechanical limits establish mount internal limits that the mount won't pass, even when slewing. This is meant as a safety feature to prevent, for example, telescope/pier collisions.

You can find more information at this link, which can also be accessed by clicking the "?" button on the upper right group box on the Homing/Limits tab:

https://www.siriusimaging.com/Help/APCC/homing_limits_tab.htm

3. Meridian > Enable Meridian Tracking Limits vs. Limit to Meridian - do I need all this?
The capabilities on the Meridian Limits tab are very flexible, so it depends on what you want to do. But there are two major things controlled:

1) The mount's meridian delay value, which is where in the sky the mount would flip when slewed to that point in the sky.

2) The behavior when the meridian limit is reached when tracking (i.e., no slew command was given to the mount). Example "behaviors" include: just warn, stop tracking, park, and pier flip.

You might try reading the help section in the APCC manual, and also search Youtube for a few videos I created explaining meridian limits.

https://www.siriusimaging.com/Help/APCC/meridian_tab.htm#meridian_tab_intro

I guess that what I'm missing is an overall explanation that brings all
these notions together with a simple diagram
- it may exist but failed to find it.
That's because there is no relationship between Home and Meridian limits. They are two different features.

-Ray Gralak
Author of PEMPro
Author of APCC (Astro-Physics Command Center): https://www.astro-physics.com/apcc-pro
Author of Astro-Physics V2 ASCOM Driver: https://www.siriusimaging.com/apdriver


-----Original Message-----
From: main@ap-gto.groups.io [mailto:main@ap-gto.groups.io] On Behalf Of Rodolphe
Sent: Thursday, September 10, 2020 2:38 AM
To: main@ap-gto.groups.io
Subject: [ap-gto] APCC - confused with the different limits #APCC - any advice?

Hello,

Looking for advice.

My basic requirement is to have SGP drive the mount and perform the meridian flip when required.
I do not have a dome/roof to drive or take care of.
The mount is also free to run continuously from park 4 to park 1 positions without any obstacles on its way; I also
carefully select targets ensuring there will be no issues with horizon limits.
At the end of the automated session, I want the Mach1 to park at the park 4 position.

I could easily do all this with the ASCOM driver alone, and forget about APCC altogether; but I do take advantage
of the different connexion options (and port backup) offered by APCC.

When trying to take of the additional features of APCC I feel confused with the following:


1. The "home position": what is the intent? do I need it?
2. Homing limits / Home - what are they meant for?
3. Meridian > Enable Meridian Tracking Limits vs. Limit to Meridian - do I need all this? What is the "default"
setting?

I guess that what I'm missing is an overall explanation that brings all these notions together with a simple diagram
- it may exist but failed to find it.

In my particular case, I'm just interested to let the driving program (SGP in this case) to do all the work, flip the
mount when needed, park it where I want it to, and have nothing else interfering with this process. What do I need
to do (or not do!) in APCC to achieve this?

Thanks in advance for shading some light on these questions.
Clear skies to all
Rodolphe


Re: APCC app crash when parking mount (Mach1) - event viewer details #APCC

Ray Gralak
 

Hi Rodolphe,

Looking at your logs, you seem to have switched between connections a few times. For example, COM3 to COM4, to Ethernet, and back to COM4. Are you have problems with connections, or just trying different connection methods?

COM4 looks like it uses a Prolific chip, which is known to have some issues compared to devices that use FTDI chips. I'm not sure if that caused this problem, but the ntdll.dll crash seemed to happen during a transmit.

I suggest you do a web search to see if there are any problems reported on the specific USB/serial converter you are using. Maybe also check if there is a driver update for the USB/Serial converter.

-Ray Gralak
Author of PEMPro
Author of APCC (Astro-Physics Command Center): https://www.astro-physics.com/apcc-pro
Author of Astro-Physics V2 ASCOM Driver: https://www.siriusimaging.com/apdriver

-----Original Message-----
From: main@ap-gto.groups.io [mailto:main@ap-gto.groups.io] On Behalf Of Rodolphe
Sent: Thursday, September 10, 2020 1:56 AM
To: main@ap-gto.groups.io
Subject: Re: [ap-gto] APCC app crash when parking mount (Mach1) - event viewer details #APCC

Here's the link to the logs:
https://1drv.ms/u/s!AvO2KZoP803hor9FwEhPAYzmsSjwzw?e=8VN42W
Mem diag didn't return any errors.
Version is 2004 (build 19041.508)
O/S check reported a minor bluetooth driver error, fixed it, and a second run after rebooting didn't find further
errors.
I won't tinker with ntdll.dll at this point, until I see more issues popping up like that one above.
Thanks
Rodolphe

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