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CurveSelect The
characteristics program
for protective devices
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Circuit-breakers ensure a
high-level of system availability
Circuit-breakers are generally the
most important protective and
switchgear devices in power
distribution. At critical nodes in
the electrical power supply which
are responsible for the power
supply to entire factories or town
districts, fuseless protection of the
supply by circuit-breakers which
are ready to restart quickly are of
primary importance. Selective or
discriminative protection on vari-
ous levels of the power network
ensures a high level of system and
process availability.
In the lower current range,
comparable protective functions of
motor-protective circuit-breakers
and overload relays are provided.
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No software installation!
The CurveSelect software tool
enables the representation of tripping
characteristics which correspond to
the individual switch and relay settings
using Microsoft Excel

.
As a software installation is not
required, the tool can be used without
needing administrator rights for the PC.
Important notice
The Moeller GmbH, Bonn, accepts no liability whatsoever for damage arising
from the use of the CD-ROM. Especially excluded from liability are damage to
persons, goods or assets, which may be consequential directly or indirectly
upon or in connection with the utilization of the CD-ROM.
We also point out that software/hard-ware designations and brand names of
companies mentioned are as a rule protected by law as Trade Marks and/or by
patents and Copyright or other commercial rights.
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Why the comparison of characteristics?
In many electrical power net-
works the protective devices are
connected in series. The program
makes it possible to represent and
evaluate all curves at the same
time with a minimum of effort.
With a high-level of system
availability, it is expected that only
the protective device in the direct
vicinity of the equipment should
trip with a fault. This is known as
selectivity or discrimination.
Selectivity in the overload range:
The program enables a simple
assessment by comparison of the
characteristic curves in the particu-
larly important overload range.
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Example of a time-discriminating network design with short-time delayed circuit-breakers
High voltage
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Peculiarities for selectivity
in the short-circuit current range
The range of the electrodynamic
limit is indicated in the tripping
characteristics of this program
by a vertical dashed line for the
response value of the non-delayed
overload release. If the selectivity is
also to be observed for short-circuit
current range, the selectivity tables
which have been established by
exhaustive and extensive testing in
the Moeller main catalogue are to
be taken into consideration.
Selectivity in the short-circuit
current range:
Due to the complexity of the
electrodynamic properties of the
current limiting contacts and the
quenching mechanism, the tripping
times in the short-circuit range
cannot be calculated using this tool.
Characteristic end
at Icu
Tripping current [A]
Start of the
electrodynamic
range
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Differing variation options
with characteristic curves
Simple protective devices, such
as fuses or miniature circuit-
breakers have a non-modifiable
tripping curve (characteristic).
On overload relays or motor-
protective circuit-breakers,
the current settings of the overload
release I
r
and partly the current
settings of the non-delayed short-
circuit release I
i
may be adjustable.
The most flexible option for
matching different equipment and
operating situations are provided
by NZM and IZM circuit-breakers
with electronic releases. In addi-
tion to the currents, differing t
r
or t
sd

delay times can be selected.
Further information and
explanations regarding the physical
size can be found on page 18
Degrees of freedom in a Non-trip range
b Overload range
c Short-circuit range
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Supplementary notes concerning
representation of the characteristics
The following limiting conditions
must be observed with the
evaluation of the diagrams:
All curves are represented
assuming the cold state and
without representation of the
standard-conform tolerances
of the response ranges, and the
tripping times are represented
as mean values of the
parameterized tripping
characteristic.
This representation corresponds
with the conventional characteristic
representation in many catalogues.
In the non-delayed overload release
range, the minimum command
duration is indicated, as it is the
time for which the current must
flow before a trip cannot be
prevented.
This corresponds to the melting
time (minimum melting curve)
with fuses. The current, voltage
and the phase position dependent
total opening delay, which is
comprised of the response delay,
switching delay and arc quenching
time, is not considered by the
represented curves.
Further use of the represented,
individual tripping characteristics
The characteristics can be evaluated
on the monitor and can also be
printed out. The curves may also
be copied and added to other
documents.
The same curves can be read out
directly from the memory of the
circuit-breaker NZM with electronic
releases with the precise settings.
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CurveSelect:
Beginning a new project
Copy the Curve Select file
into a folder of your choice.
The file can be used for as many
projects are required.
Double click on the Curve
Select file. An Excel

workbook
consisting of several sheets
necessary for the representation
of the tripping characteristics
opens. The latest version of the
Moeller CurveSelect is available for
download free-of-charge on
the Internet.
Comprehensive information about
the program is contained in the
Read Me sheet in verschiedenen
Sprachen.
The corresponding language
versions can be selected in the
General sheet. On this sheet
General details of the project
are entered and are automatically
accepted into the representation
of the characteristic curves.
Prerequisite
An executable Microsoft Office
Excel

program must be installed


on the PC.
The general product related
details appear in this field
General specifications:
Company: J. Q. Public Company
Installation: LV discrimination
Editor: John Q. Public
Date: xx.xx.xxxx
Line: 400 V / 50 Hz
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General specifications
Company:
Installation:
Editor:
Date:
Line voltage:
Line frequency:
Comments:
J. Q. Public Company
LV discrimination
John Q. Public
14.2.2006
400
50
V
cps
En
Moeller does not bear any warranty of accuracy.
Liability is excluded except in cases of wilful intent.
Example: Entering the project
details in the input mask
The versions can be selected
in the General mask.
The project-specific details from
this input mask are automatically
accepted in the characteristic
representation.
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CurveSelect:
Protective device selection
It is recommended that you save the program after
entering the basic program data in any desired
folder with File / Save as. This ensures that the
original program file Moeller Curve... .xls is available
for further use and does not contain project-specific
entries. It is also recommended that you save further
entries regularly with File / Save as.
With the worksheets NZM..., IZM... or Fuses
you can select the protective device whose
characteristic curve you want to represent next. Per
sheet and project it is possible to register the data for
2 to 3 protective devices of the same construction type
and size in the Input fields. Every product sheet is
used a maximum of once per project. All entries can be
erased or overwritten if required.
Tripping current [A]
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Tripping diagram
General specifications:
Company: J. Q. Public Company
Installation: NSV Selektiv
Editor: John Q. Public
Date: xx.xx.xxxx
Line: 400 V / 50 Hz ZB NZM IZM
FAZ Fuse
konfigurable
characteristic
PKZ(M)
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Value Input Unit Selection and setting range Value Input Unit Selection and setting range
Name: Any (activating cell) Name: Any (activating cell)
Breaker: NZMN3 ; NZMH3 ; NZML3 ; NZMN3-4 ; NZMH3-4 ; NZML3-4 Breaker: NZMN3 ; NZMH3 ; NZML3 ; NZMN3-4 ; NZMH3-4 ; NZML3-4
Trip Unit: AE ; ME ; VE Trip Unit: AE ; ME ; VE
In = A 250 ; 400 ; 630 In = A 250 ; 400 ; 630
Ir = x In Ir = x In
tr = s tr = s
Ii = x Ir Ii = x Ir
Un = 400V / 50cps Ue max = 0V Un = 400V / 50cps Ue max = 0V
Errors: Errors:
Ir = A Ir = A
Ii = A Ii = A
Warnings: Warnings:
Icu = 0 kA Icu = 0 kA
Ics = 0 kA Ics = 0 kA
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Input masks NZM3
1 2
Example: Entering NZM circuit-breakers
in the input mask
The required switch is selected in
the Moeller main catalogue first.
Thereafter, the details and settings
in this input mask for a maximum
of 3 circuit-breakers, for example
of frame size NZM 3, are entered.
Menu of permissible values
The circuit-breakers must receive
a unique designation in this mask
Also refer to the notes
on pages 17 and 18
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The respective selectable entries
are provided corresponding to
the selected basic type in the
Permissible setting range field.
These values cant be copied and
must be entered manually into
the input fields. Invalid entries
are indicated in the Errors field.
If at all possible and informative,
displays with Control and limit
values and Warnings will be
indicated .
Each tripping characteristic can
only be graphically represented
when the device has been
assigned with a designation in
the Designation field.
After entering all the data
for the first protective device,
and after each further input,
the tripping characteristics
are displayed on the Tripping
graphs <> Curves.
Subsequent changes
to the entries on the
Product sheets
are automatically
considered by the next
curve display. The
representation is
made on a log-log
co-ordinate system
with 5 x 7 decades,
from 1 A to 100 kA
and from 1 ms to 2 h, and as
absolute values.
CurveSelect:
Representing tripping characteristics
Tripping current [A]
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Tripping diagram
General specifications:
Company: J. Q. Public Company
Installation: NSV Selektiv
Editor: John Q. Public
Date: xx.xx.xxxx
Line: 400 V / 50 Hz
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Netz:
Datum:
Bearb.:
Moeller keine Gewhr.
usnahme in Fllen des
Which faults must be avoided?
In order to ensure selectivity
(discrimination) in the overload
range, the curves represented
for the circuit-breaker under one
another, and the curves for the
fuses may not cross or touch each
other at any point.
Consider the tolerances of the
curves which are 20 % in the
overload range. Meeting and
crossover points on the curves
are not permissible. The overload
selectivity (discrimination) of the
selected devices has been reached
or exceeded at these points.
Non-selective
range
Tripping current [A]
Date:
Line:
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Ii = 8 x In
It = On
tsd = 0ms
Isd = 2 x Ir
tr = 2s
Ir = 1 x In
In = 630A
VE630
NZMN3 -
Q2
100A
gl
F1
2h
1h
20min
10min
5min
2min
1min
20s
10s
5s
2s
1s
500ms
200ms
100ms
50ms
20ms
10ms
5ms
2ms
1ms
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Q1
IZMB1 -
U1600
In = 1600A
Ir = 1 x In
tr = 8s (It)
Isd = 3 x In
tsd = 100ms
It =On
Ii = 12 x In
80A
gl
F2
Netz:
Datum:
Bearb.:
Anlage:
Firma:
400V / 50Hz
13.07.2004
Mey
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Moeller
Allgemeine Angaben:
Fr die Richtigkeit bernimmt Moeller keine Gewhr.
Die Haftung ist insoweit mit Ausnahme in Fllen des
Vorsatzes ausgeschlossen.
Non-selective
range
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Tripping diagram
Tripping current [A]
Example: Several protective devices
before optimization
Caution!
Selectivity problems in
the fuse overload range
General specifications:
Company: J. Q. Public Company
Installation: 1
Editor: John Q. Public
Date: xx.xx.xxxx
Line: 400V / 50Hz
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Q2
NZMN3 -
VE630
In = 630A
Ir = 1 x In
tr = 2s
Isd = 2 x Ir
tsd = 300ms
It = On
Ii = 8 x In
100A
gl
F1
2h
1h
20min
10min
5min
2min
1min
20s
10s
5s
2s
1s
500ms
200ms
100ms
50ms
20ms
10ms
5ms
2ms
1ms
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Q1
IZMB1 -
U1600
In = 1600A
Ir = 1 x In
tr = 8s (It)
Isd = 3 x In
tsd = 100ms
It =On
Ii = 12 x In
80A
gl
F2
Netz:
Datum:
Bearb.:
Anlage:
Firma:
400V / 50Hz
13.07.2004
Mey
1
Moeller
Allgemeine Angaben:
Fr die Richtigkeit bernimmt Moeller keine Gewhr.
Die Haftung ist insoweit mit Ausnahme in Fllen des
Vorsatzes ausgeschlossen.
Switched-on
I
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t function
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Tripping diagram
Tripping current [A]
Example: Several protective devices
after optimization
Elimination of the
selectivity problems
with modified settings
on the circuit-breaker
General specifications:
Company: J. Q. Public Company
Installation: 1
Editor: John Q. Public
Date: xx.xx.xxxx
Line: 400V / 50Hz
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Example: Optimized motor protection
with electronic releases
The Mot sheet enables the
representation of the motor
startup characteristic of three-
phase asynchronous machines,
in order to examine and simplify
the selection of overload relays /
motor-protective circuit-breakers.
The starting current envelope is
represented around the effective
value while taking the highest
expected inrush current into
consideration.
Circuit-breaker tripping
characteristic with
thermal releases
Circuit-breaker with
electronic releases
Tripping current [A]
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Tripping diagram
General specifications:
Company: J. Q. Public Company
Installation:
Editor: John Q. Public
Date: xx.xx.xxxx
Line: 400V / 50Hz
Motor startup
characteristic
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Tripping variants simplify
application-dependent selection
Differing circuit-breaker
versions enable cost-
effective matching
to the respective
protective demands.
Electronic releases
provide the highest
level of flexibility
which extend to
time selectivity and
communication
capabilities.
Suitability of the IEC version of the circuit-breaker
for main switch and secondary applications
Main applications Secondary applications Type
Short-
circuit
protection
(without
overcurrent
release)
Protection
of systems
Cable
protection
Generator
protection
Selectively-
opening cir-
cuit-breakers
with delayed
short-circuit
release
Motor
protection
Main
switch
Emergency
stop
green =
without release***
yellow and E =
electronic release
blue = electromechanical
release
X X NS..-..
X X N..-..
X (X) * X X NZM.. ..-S..
X X X X NZM.. ..(-4)-A..
X X X X NZM.. ..(-4)-AE..
X X (X) ** (X) ** NZM.. ..-M..
X X (X) ** (X) ** NZM.. ..-ME..
X X X X X X NZM.. ..(-4)-VE..
* only in combination with suitable contactor and overload relay
** only for single motor starter
*** Switch NS.. features a short-circuit release for self-protection
(-4) type suffix for 4-pole switch
Please select the required
circuit-breaker in the Moeller
main catalogue.
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0,8
0,7 0,9
0,95 0,6
0,5 1,0
6
5
4
7
8
9 3
2 10
Ir/n x In
Isd/n x Ir
6
5
4
7
8
10 3
2 12
Ii/n x In
tr/s(6 x Ir)
10
8
6
14
17
20 4
2
tsd/ms
200
100
60
300
500
750
1000
20
0
I
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t
on
off
0.6
0.5 0.7
0.8
0.9
0.4
0.3
1.0
Ig/n x In
tg/ms
200
100
60
300
500
750
1000
20
0
1
9
2
10
4 6 8
3 5 7
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
1
2
3
4 5
6
Note: Not all parameters are available or adjustable on simpler
protective devices.
Adjustable parameters:
overload release I
r
I
2
t-setting On/Off

time delay setting to overcome current peaks t
r
earth-fault protection I
g
(optional)

delayed short-circuit release I
sd
earth-fault release delay time t
g

delay time t
sd
(relative to I
sd
) LED overload warning with I
r
70 / 100 / 120%

non-delayed short-circuit release I
i
data interface
t
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Small setting aid
notes for avoiding faults
The figure indicates the influence of the
adjustable parameters.
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Setting aid for NZM circuit-breakers in IEC version
Type dependent rating and setting values
Posi-
tion in
figure
Value Value range
Factory
default
setting
Setting
type
With type Influence on tripping
characteristic
Source for setting value Possible faults
Observe the preset
scaling (stages) !
Caution !
Dangerous !!!
I
n
= I
u
Refer to the rating label of the
circuit-breaker, construction-related,
non-adjustable rated value
All No influence,
limit value for the switch
selection
Max. required current for
the application
Switch over-
dimensioned or
under-dimensioned
I
r
0.5-1 x I
n
0.8 x I
n
Step
switch
All, except
switch
without I
r
Offsets the upper starting
point of the curve to the right
e.g. motor current or
permissible cable loading
Early or
late trip
of the switch
t
r
2-20 s and L
(L = wit-
hout overload
release)
10 s Step
switch
NZM2..4
-ME and -VE
Tripping time is defined for
6 x I
r
. If the curve is offset
upwards, the tripping time is
extended, premature tripping
is avoided, the tripping time
may not be continuously
extended. Take the thermal
loading of the equipment
and the entire circuit into
consideration
Permissible (necessary)
runup time of the motor
Early or
late trip
of the switch
partly over-dimensioning
of switchgear and
cables is necessary,
Observe the table with
max. permissible tripping
class in the main catalogue!
I
sd
2-10 x I
r
6 x I
r
Step
switch
NZM2..4 -VE Trips when the set short-
circuit current is reached
after the set delay time
With time selectivity:
lowest network level
without delay (e.g. PKZM),
with each successive level
having a delay setting
one step greater than
the previous level
Lack of selectivity due to time
stages which are too low.
t
sd
0 1000 ms 0 ms Step
switch
1
2
3
4
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Setting aid for NZM circuit-breakers in IEC version
Type dependent rating and setting values
Posi-
tion in
figure
Value Value range
Factory
default
setting
Setting
type
With type Influence on tripping
characteristic
Source for setting value Possible faults
Observe the preset
scaling (stages) !
Caution !
Dangerous !!!
I
i
2-14 x I
n
or not
adjustable
12 x I
n

Step
switch
All Must protect the weakest
element in the circuit against
destruction (emergency brake)
Setting dependent on
the incoming supply
short-circuit rating and
permissible peak cur-
rents. Observe the neces-
sary neutralization (IEC
60364)
Setpoint motor startup
current may not lead
to a trip.
If setting is too high,
switch does not trip
I
2
t
on / off off on / off NZM3..4 -VE The tripping time is increa-
sed, in dependence on the
max. permissible I
2
t value of
the switch
Selectivity consideration
with the following fuse
Missing selectivity
with fuses
I
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0.3-1 x I
u
Step
switch
Optional with:
NZM3..4
-AE,-ME, -VE
No influence Situation related,
reasonable values to
be estimated for fire
protection, time staging
enables earth-fault
selectivity
Too sensitive,
faulty trips,
no selectivity,
with danger of fire
is setting too high
t
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0-1000 ms Step
switch
Overload message Alarm LED (at 70 % of I
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continuous light, from 100 % slow flash and
from 120 % fast flash)
NZM2..4
-AE,-ME, -VE
No influence Early warning of
trip not observed
Data interface for laptop or data management
interface DMI
NZM2..4
-AE,-ME, -VE
Enables supplementary
parametric programming
See above notes for
parametric values
See above,
Notes about
parametric values
Fundamental representation using NZM4 example, details and value ranges may deviate in individual cases.
See valid main catalogue. Observe the peculiarities with 4-pole switches and IT electrical power networks.
5
6
7
8
9
10
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Validation of NZM contactor
settings at a glance
A power disruption can be limited to the areas which are directly affected by the
fault using a selective NZM design concept. The effects and costs of a malfunction
are minimised without making any compromises in safety.
The active tripping curve and the planned selectivity can be exactly represented in
the NZM-XPC-SOFT based on the selected switch settings and tripping
characteristic. Selection of the optimum protective parameters is supported during
the commissioning phase and verified by a direct comparison of the upstream and
downstream protective devices.
Possible fault sources are immediately indicated by a visual representation of the
individual contactor settings. This is also the case when illustrating the effects of
modifications at any time, for example in low voltage distribution networks. Even
the matching of the protection settings of a specific motor characteristic is illust-
rated by graphic optimisation of the inrush-, starting- and operating current of the
motor.
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Allgemeine Angaben:
Firma: Moeller GmbH Bonn
Anlage: NSV Selektiv
Bearb.: Max Mustermann
Datum: 13.11.2006
Netz: 415 V / 50 Hz
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Motorkennlinie
Auslsekennlinien einstellungsspezifisch
darstellen und ihr Zusammen wirken
kompetent beurteilen
Fachaufsatz
Dipl.-Ing. Wolfgang Esser
Dipl.-Ing. Dirk Meyer
3. berarbeitete Ausgabe, 2009
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irma: M Firma Firma Firma FFirm Firma: M : M : MM Bonn onn nn n Anla Anla Anla An Anla nla nla lla l Anla Anla l Anlage: N : ge: ge: ge: N ge: N ge: N ge: N ge: N e: N : N e SV Se SV SSV Se SV Se SV S SSSV SSV Se SV Se SV Se SV S SV SV Se S lekti k lekt lekti lek lekti eeekt kk v Be Be Be Max Mu x M x M M ster sterm erm erm mann ann ann
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Sic Sic Sic Sicher her herrung ung ung ungg ungg lls l ll l
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General specifications:
Company:Moeller GmbH Bonn
Installation:NSV Selektiv
Editor: Max Mustermann
Date: 13.11.2006
Line: 415 V / 50 Hz
ZB NZM IZM
FAZ Fuse
Configurable
characteristic
PKZ(M)
Motor characteristic
Setting-Specific Representation
of Tripping Characteristics and
Competent Assessment of their Interaction
Technical Paper
Dipl.-Ing. Wolfgang Esser
Dipl.-Ing. Dirk Meyer
3rd Revised Edition, 2009
Further information concerning protective device
selection can be found at:
Moeller addresses worldwide:
www.moeller.net/address
E-Mail: info@moeller.net
2004 by Moeller GmbH
Subject to alterations
VKF1230-524GB MDS/DFS 03/06
Printed in Germany (04/06)
Article No.: 290208
VER 1230-943D
German
VER 1230-943GB
English
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