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Erection, Operation

And
Maintenance Manual
For Igranic POWERVAC HHV12
Indoor 12 kV
Horizontal Isolation,
Horizontal Withdrawable ,Vacuum Circuit Breakers
INDEX
Page No.

INTRODUCTION 4

CONSTRUCTION 5

DES?ATCH, HANDUNG AND STORAGE 7

INSTALLATION 8

VCB OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS 10

OPERATION OF CIRCUIT BREf..KER 12

PADLOCKING 12

INTERLOCKS 13

TESTING 14

ROUTINE MAINTENANCE 14

SETTING INSTRUCTION (Common linkage assembly) 15

RESETTING INSTRUCTION (Mechanism) 16

UST RECOMMENDED SPARES 18

MAINTENANCE SPAitES FOR MECHANISM 19

UNDER-VOLTAGE RELEASE MECHANISM 20

OPERATION OF THE UVR 21

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DRAWINGS

General arrangement of a Typical Panel 23


Ufting arrangement of Panel 24
Foundation detail for Single busbar panel 25
Inter panel Earth connection 26
Busbar layout 27
Mechanism 28
Mechanism Unkage Open - Dashpot setting 29
Charging Assembly 30
Oosing Spring Release Solenoid Assembly 31
Opening Trip Solenoid Assembly 32

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INTRODUCTION
* This instruction manual describes the physical const ruction and the
procedures for handling, storage, insta llation, operation and maintenance
of the Igranic POWERVAC Metalclad Vacuum SWitchgear. Description of
the Vacuum Circuit Breaker (VCB) used in this switchgear is found later in
this manual.

* The switchgear will provide satisfactory service over its lifetime provided
these recommendations are observed.

* The data provided is for the assistance of qualified Installation / Operating


Personnel. Should further detail/ information be required, please refer to
Igranic service department .

* Contract and serial numbers should be quoted if possible in all


correspondences.

* Due to continuous improvement the equipment supplied may differ slightly


in detail from that described in the manual.

* Table 1 below shows the basic specifications for t he HHV12 POWERVAC


SWitchgear.

TYPE HHV12
R Voltage (kVI 12
A Frequency (Hz) 50/60
T
E Busbar current (AI 630 1250 2000
D Short time current 20/25 kA for 3 sec
W idt h 600 600 800
Cubicle Depth 2000
Dimension Height Typically 2000
(mm) Transition panel width 400
Approx. Wit hout potent ial transt, 635 650 750
W eig ht (kg) Potential tran sformers 80

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CONSTRUCTION.
Igranic HHVI2 type switchgear is totally metalclad and fully
compartmentalized in accordance with IEC298jBSS227. It consists mainly of a
Vacuum Orcuit Breaker (VeB), protection relays, metering compartments and
a set of 3 phase insulated busbars. The switchgear Is completely constructed,
wired and tested in the factory.

The HHV12 panel is fabricated from sheet steel which is chemically treated
before painting, to provide adequate protection against environmental
conditions.

Each panel consists of individual compartments comprising -

a) Lower - VCB compartment.

b) Middle - Instrumentation and Metering compartment.

c) Top - Potential Tra nsformer compartment (if required)

d) Segregated Rear - Busbar and cabling compartment.

For a particular contract the specific overall dimension drawing should be


referred to.

Typical G.A. drawings are shown in Fig 1.

The multicore cable box and power cable entry points are provided with
removable gland plates, and are located at the rear and base of the panel
respectively. cable entry is normally from the bottom, however top cable entry
can be provided as and when required.

The VCB is of the horizontal isolation and withdrawal type. The caniage can
be easily withdrawn or plugged in using the racking handle provided. For
safety the VCB is interlocked against dangerous operations in either the
"connected" or "disconnected" positions. When the VCB is withdrawn from the
connected position, independently operated safety shutters automatically
cover the busbar and circuit fixed contact bushings. These safety shutters can
be padlocked in the closed position, or can be latched open for testing. The
latch provided will automatically reset the shutters when the VCB is racked
into the service position.

The VCB control cables are connected to a socket mounted on the front of the
VCB, and a removable plug is used to connect the VCB control cables to the
fixed panel wiring.

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A fau lt making drcuit earthing switch is provided and can be operated from
the front of the panel. The operating mechanism is accessible when the VCB is
open, and the truck withdrawn.

The earthing switch is interlocked with the VCB such that it cannot be
operated with the VCB in the service position. Padlocking facility is provided to
prevent unauthorlzed operation.

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DESPATCH AND HANDLING

Switchgear consisting of several HHV12 panel s are despatched in individuai


units. All interconnecting busbars, earth bars and insulation boots are supplied
as loose items. During transit the ves in the panel is secured in the engaged
position to avoid movement in the compartment which can damage the
isolating contacts. A securing plate is bolted to the floor plate as well as
packing material between the sides of the VCB truck and side fra mes t o
prevent any movement of the VeB during tra nsit.

For transport and shipment, lifting eyes are provided to facilitat e lifti ng. They
are bolted to t he top corners of the panel and must be removed when th e
panels are put into position for connection.

(a maximum of two panels coupled together can be lifted as a unit).

Generally each swit ch board is supplied complete with th e followi ng loose


items.

a) - Foundation cha nnels (Optional).

b) - Foundation Bolts.

c) - VCB Spring Charging Handle.

d) - Earth Switch Operating Handle

e) - Set of interconnecting Busbars and insulation Boots.

f) - VCB racking handle.

On arrival at site the consignment should be checked against the


corresponding delivery notes. The drcuit breaker primary, secondary isolating
contacts and the resin-cast components shall be examined for visible
cracks/damages. Similarly the VCB truck, the fixed panel housing sh utters, CT
bushing etc. shall be examined carefully. Loose items such as busbars,
shrouds! etc. shall be examined for any transit damages such as bending,
deforming, cracks, pilferage, etc.

Any damage or shortages to th e items should be reported, giving full


description of the missing parts and/ or damaged items.

STORAGE

The switchboard is of th e indoor type (IP3X) and should be stored in a clean,


dry and ventilated place. The SWitchgear should never be exposed to moisture
or rain. For prolonged storage, it is recommended that the panel heaters are

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switched on to prevent moistu re condensation and subsequent corrosive
damage leading to maloperation .

INSTALLATION.
The Switchboard is carefully manufactured to the specified standards and fu lly
tested before delivery. It should operate satisfactorily if the foll owing
installation procedures are followed.

1) - The floor on which the switch board is to be installed must be flat and
level (within +/- 2mm/1000mm).

2) - Install the foundation channels (optional) such that they are mounted
flush with the floor.

3) - Remove and discard the bracket locking the VCB and packing materia l.
Withdraw the VCB from the panel using the VCB racking handle.

4) - Position the switchboard and bolt it securely to the foundations.

5) - Install the main busbars and earth bars. Ensure that the j oint surfaces
are clean; smear the joints lightly with the silicon grease supplied, and tighten
the bolts. ('take care that the grease does not get onto the bolt or nut
threads otherwise overtightening of the joint can result).

Bolt size: MB - torque 15Nm.

M10 - torque 25Nm.

M12 - torque 40Nm.

6) - Install the insulation boots. For connections where insulation boots are
not used, H.V. tape insulation and compound should be applied.

7) - Re-insert VCB into the cubicle. (Note that the control cable plug must be
connected before VCB is racked into service position.

B) - Connect the inter-panel control wiring and complete the power and
control circuit Wiring.

g) - Replace all the covers before testing and commissioning the SWitchboard.

10) - The front door of the panel has a padlockable handle arrangement.
There are eight socket head screws provided on the door to withstand
pressure due to internal arc. The handle is operated clockwise for front door
opening and anti clockwise for locking.

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Ensure no foreign materials are inside the truck runner area to have smooth
movement of circuit breaker truck inside the panel.

The working clearance to the front of the switchgear panel shall be no less
than 1 metre to enable ea"'! and comfortable withdrawal of the VeB trucl< to
facilitate inspection and testing. Oearance at the rear for installing the cables
should be 600mm minimum. The overhead clearance shall be such as to
permit maintenance and for access to the mounted equipment on the fixed
housing. Access around the switchboard should be in accordance with the
Health and safety recommendations.

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veo OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
Insertion of Circuit Breaker into Panel

Open the front door of the panel. Ensure that earth switch (when provided) is
in open position. Check manually that all the shutters operate freely. Position
the drcuit breaker (CB) truck in fron t of panel.
Ensure secondary plug and socket is locked ilLPOsition with top and bottom
lockin.9..Qjps of the secondary socket board. before attempting to rack the CB
truck into the panel.

WARNING damage to the interlock can result if an attempt is made


to oP!'rate the breaker with the LV llli!!uJot fll~ located.

For locating the breaker truck in the isolated, and service positions a lead
screw arrangement is fitted in the lower part of the CB truck. This is used for
racking in and out by use of the handle provided.

Engagement of circuit breaker truck in the panel

The CB truck is locat ed inside the


endosure by first aligning the
wheels in front of the guide rails in
the floor of the enclosure, and then
with minimum effort move the ::6
truck forward to engage the lead
screw. Once engaged onto the lead
screwI the CB truck is moved
forward by rotating the handle
clockwise (anti-clockwise for
removal). There are two positions
within the enclosure for the CB
truck, ' CB ISOLATED I TEST'" and " CB SERVICE".

I n the " CB SERVICE" position the CB truck isolating stabs are fully engaged in
the fixed contacts. The white label at the rear of the CB Seryjce labell needs to
coincide with the white label attached to the lower part oUhe VCB truck front
she<:t·
In the "CB lSOLATED/TESJ: position the high voltage o rcutts are
disconnected, and the circuit breaker can be operated without engaging the
power drcuit.

Interl ocks are provided to ensure that the CB truck can only be inserted and
withdrawn when the ci rcuit breaker is in the OFF condition.

castell or similar key operated locks are provided for this purpose.

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The breaker has to be in the 'OFF' position and the "shot bolt" type interlock
moved into the withdrawn position to allow the CB truck to be moved forwa rd
into the 'CB SERVICE" position.

When the CB truck has been racked forward to its operational position,
(position indicator on the CB truck in line with the " CB SERVICE" position on
the floor of cubicle - see above illustration) the "shot bolt" is located into the
fixed panel bracket on the inner, upper section of the enclosure, by rotating
the castell keyantidockwise.

OPERATION OF CIRCUIT BREAKER.

OPERATING MECHANISM
This is a spring charged/stored energy power dosing mechanism specially
designed for opening a short stroke vacuum interru pter, and is trip free.

The dosing springs are either manually charged by the manual spring
chargi ng handle or electrically charged by a motor gear drive.

MANUAL OPERATION.
With the VCB in the "OPEN" position, manually charge up the spring using the
manual charge handle, The spring charged/discharged condition is indicated
on the front of the VCB.

Manually charging should continue until a distinct loud audible


"Click" Is heard.

When the spring is "charged", to dose the VCB, press the dose button. The
VCB will operate and the status is indicated on the open/dosed indicator.

To open(or trip) the VCB, press the " OPEN" button. The VCB will operate and
the status is indicated on the open/dose indicator.

ELECTRICAL OPERATION.
For the motorized type, the spring charge motor is rated at either n ov AC, or
230V AC. (check the rating on the VCB rating plate.) Other ratings are
available - check with Head Office.

Ensure that the VCB is in the disconnecled position.

Insert the VCB control plug.

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Connect AC supply to the control drcuit. The motor should charge up t he
closing spring automatically. When the closing spring is charged, the spring
charge indicator will show the status.

To close t he VCB, operate the remote "close/trip" switch on t he front of the


metering panel. The VCB will operate and the stat us change is indicated on
the "open/closed" indicator.

To open t he VCB, operate the remote "close/ open" switch on the front of the
metering panel. The VCB will operate and the status change is indicated on
the "open/close" indicat or.

PADLOCKING
The following padlocking fad lities are available on the CB truck and the panel.

a) Orcuit breaker mechanism in the engaged or disengaged position.

b) Bus Bar shutters and circuit shutters - padlocked in the closed condition.

c) Front door of the ci rcuit breaker panel.

d) Earth switch in 'On' and 'Off positi on.

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INTERLOCKS
Several interlocks are provided to ensure safe operation of the VeB.

veB cannot be inserted!connected if-

a) -Control plug not connected.

b) - VCB switched "on".

c) - Earthing switch in "ON" position.

d) - Incorrect rating.

VCB !;annot be withdrawn!disconnected if-

e) - VCB in "ON" position.

Control R!Y!l cannot be removed if


f) - VeB not in disconnected or withdrawn position.

VeB cannot be switched on if-

g) - VeB not property inserted or connected position.

h) - VeB not in disconnected or withdrawn position.

Earth Switch cannot close if-

J) - VeB not in withdrawn position.

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TESTING .

Prior to delivery I the switchboard is subjected to st ringent fa ctory tests to


ensure that all operati ons and circuits meet the requirements of appropriate
standards. The ci rcui t breaker will perform satisfactorily, provided care is
t aken du ring inst allation and operati on of the gear.

It is essenti al that the commissioning of the switchboard is undertaken by


skill ed and competent personnel.

Warning

X-radiation can be produced when a high voltage is aRPlied across an oQ!;O


lli!P in a vacuum.

The X-ray emission is negligible if the test volt age and the vacuum interrup-!'cr
contact ~D is as speci fied. As an added precaut ion. when high voltage
test ing is taking place, all personnel should be at least one met re away from
phase being tested, the cubicle door closed. aDd all covers refitted to form a
metal shield.

MAINTENANCE

Regular and competent maintenance is essential to ensure satisfactory and


reliable operation of t he switchboa rd after installation. Routine inspection
should be conducted every twelve months, or more frequently if operating
conditions warrant it .

a) Lightly lubricate the items listed below -.

1. Auxiliary Switch Linkage.


2. Truck Wheels.
3. Interlock Mechanism.
4. Shutters, rollers, and pivot points.
5. Friction faces in cubicle.
b) A spanner is the only tool necessary to remove the isolating contacts.
Removing the special screw provided releases the contacts to allow
replacement.
c) Inspect small wiring and check for loose connections, including wiring to
the control compartment doors.
f) carefull y examine all insulators and bushing to ensure that no damage
has occurred . Clean down using clean dry cloth .

Fuses should be examined. Relays should preferably have calibration checked.


Check all operating and tripping ci rcuits.

After clearing a fault the YCB should not be put back into operation without
first underta king a complete inspection and test. Unless absolutely necessary,
refrain from changing existing settings. carry out inspection as described for
routine inspection but pay special attention to the following:

a) All current ca rryi ng parts should be examined for possible mechanical


damage.
b) Inspect isolating contacts. Check tightness of fixing screws.
c) Tripping, operati ng and interlock mechanism should be examined for
correct operation.
d) Check all fiXings for correct tightness before putting back into service.
d) Check for snatch gap. (After closing the Breaker). Use t he 5mm slip
gauge for measurement.

SETTING INSTRUCTIONS: (Common Linkage Assembly)

Before gaining access to the circuit breakers ensure that the instructions
recommended for maintenance are followed. Once correctly set, it should not
necessary to alt er the settings for the life of t he interrupter contacts. As the
contacts wear in the closed position the snatch gap setting decreases and the
length of pressure spring setting increases. The contact pressure springs are
designed to provide sufficient pressure for the full 3mm wear of the interrupter
contacts .

Th e following setting procedure should be undertaken:

a) YCB in closed (ON) position

Set contact pressure springs to 54mm ± 0.5 mm.


Adj ust nuts to achieve snatch gaps between swivel block and lock
nut using the setting gauge (4mm).
Check with mechanism in latched position (i.e. after spare
charging of the spring) ensure that the length of hold open springs
is between 148/ 150 mm. (closed position).

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Check whether hold open spring dimension is 159/1 61mm In
breaker open condition (i.e. breaker in OFF condition).

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RESETTING INSTRUCTIONS - Mechanism

Should it become necessary to adjust any settings originally made in the


factory, the following procedure must be followed in sequence to ensure
satisfactory operation.

Mechanism over-travel setting (Ref. Fig. 6).

a) Oose the vacuum circuit breaker.


b) AdjUst nuts (01) at th e bottom of the spring post (02) until latch (08)
j ust moves fully under latch pin (04).
c) Unscrew nuts (01) at th e bottom of spring post (02) a further 2 turns
and lock off. The mechanism is now in over-travel position.
d) Charge the main closing springs and fit safety link between pins (12)
and (13) as in Fig 9. Adj ust M6 stop screw (11) unit it touches pin (12)
and lock off using loctit e.
e) Check YCS contact pressure spring length, snatch gap and hold open
spring length. Re-set as necessary.

NOTE: It is impe!i!tive that the main c1osing...mrings are <:harged prior to


carryin!l.2!!t the above checks.

Trip I Close Coil setti ng (Ref. Fig. 10 & 9):

a) Trip Coil setting (Ref. Fig. 10).

Loosen the trip coil assy. (06). Adjust th e gap between trip pin (07) and tri p
coil plunger link to 2.5 to 3.0 mm by sliding the trip coil assy (08) within its
screw (06). Lock off using loctite,

b) Oose Coil setting (Ref. Fig. 9)

Oosing spring release - Electrical (Ref. Fig. 9). AdjUst th e gap between
release roller (09) and electrical release closing coil plunger (14) to 2.5 to 3.0
mm by adjusting release assembly (15) within its mounting s. Fully tighten
fixings and lock off using loctite .

Dashpot Settings (Ref. Fig. 7)

a) Open YCS using manual push t o trip button.

b) If trip pin (07) resets automatically screw in dashpot piston ( 16) until cylinder
(17) goes slack (l.e, reducing dimension ·Y'). SCrew piston ( 16) out by hand
unti l stopped by cylinder ( 17) (i.e, Increasing dimension ·Y'). Screw pist on
( 16) out by two turns (I ncreasing dimension 'Y') and lock off using loctite .

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If trip pin does not reset automatically unscrew dashpot piston ( 16) unti l trip
pin resets, and repeat the settings given in (b) above.

PUSH BUTTON TRI P - ( Pre Travel Setting)

Trip release ( Eiectrica l) (Ref. Fig. 10). Check trip button (18) for pre-travel distance
before engagement with trip solenoid plunger.

If pre-travel is incorrect, loosen off lock nut (19) and adj ust screw (20) unt il the correct
setting is obtained. Retighten lock nut (19). Depress push button (18) until travel
screw (20) engages with the trip solenoid plunger face. Push button should then be
able to be depressed for a further 7 mm before engagement. Adj ust as necessary.
Secure using loctite.

Closing Release (Electrica)1(Ref. Fig. 10):

With the main closing springs discharged, (i.e. Breaker closed condition) depress the
push button (21) until travel screw (23) engages with release solenoid plunger face.
Push button should then the able to be depressed further 7 mm. Adj ust as
necessary.Tlghten locknut (22) and secure using toctite •

Int erlock settings ( Ref. Fig. 10) :

a) With the springs discharged l.e., The mechanism In the over-travel position
( Breaker in closed condition without spring spare charged) adjust the screw
rod (35) in the clevis block (36) to give a gap of 0.5 to 1.0 mm between the
push button return plate (37) and the washer (38).

b) Recharge the closing sprin gs and with the breaker closed check that with the
push button release fu lly depressed the closing springs will not discharge. Lock
off the clevis blocks (36) and the screw rod (35) using loctite .

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LIST OF RECOMMENDED SPARES

Please indicate the breaker rating while ordering spares.

Auxiliary Switch 1 No. Per Board.


Shunt Trip Coil - 1 No. Per Board.
Spring Release Coil (Closing) - 1 No. Per Board.
Spring charging motor - 1 No. Per Board.
Isolating Contact - 6 Nos. Per Board.
Mechanical Operation Counter - 1 No. Per Board .
Sec. Plug and Socket - 1 No. Per Board.

While ordering electrical items, please indicate the control voltage of the equipment.

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MAINTENANCE SPARES FOR MECHANISM
(Fig. lla/b/c)

1. Cra nk Shaft.

2. W.A. of Ca m.

3. Torsion Spring for Charging Pawl.

4. Clutch Bearing (2026A) for Pinion Shaft.

5. Drive Link with Clutch Bearing (2510).

6. Needle Rolier Bearing ( 12 x 60 x 10).

7. Clutch Bearing (2016) for Manual Chargi ng.

8. Pinion Shaft.

9. Main Gear.

10. Charge Link.

11. Tension Spring (for 'u' link assy.).

12. Release Link (Top 'u' link - short).

13. Release Link (Bottom ' u' link long).

14. Trip Toggle Pin.

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UNDERVOLTAGE RELEASE MECHANISIM

Basic requirement:
An under-voltage device is induded when it is required to disconnect loads from
the supply should the voltage falls below a threshold value. This can be provided as an
integral part of the breaker as an OPTIONAL FEAlURE. The UV coil bips the d rcuit
breakers when the low voltage condition occurs. IEC-60056 (Oause 5.8.4) stipulates
that these devices should function within the following paramet ers:
1. The breaker should trip when the control voltage falls below 30% of rated value.
2. The breaker should be prevent from being energized when the conbrol voltage
exceeds 70% but is below 85% .
3. The breaker should be allowed to be energized when the control voltage is at 85%
value and above.

Gene@1 CQnstnJction:
The under-voltage device used in HHV12 is depicted in Rg.!. The device is
basically an electromagnet which attracts a plunger. The plunger is restrained by a
compression spring (5). A counter-weight (6) attached to the shaft of the plunger gives
the necessary momentum for the plunger to trip the breaker.

The entire arrangement of the under-voltage coil (UV coil) assembly is located
at t he left-hand side, as shown in Rg.2. The coil assembly is designed to provide a
snatch gap of 4mm between the end of plunger system and the trip rod.

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OPERATION OF THE UVR:

The attraction force of the coil on the plunger and t he restraining force of the
compression spring are balanced in such a manner that the following operat ions t ake
pl ace:

1. When the control voltage drops to just less than 35% of the rated value, the
rest raining spring force overcomes the attraction force of the coil and releases the
plunger. The plunger moves towards the trip rod with the velocity imparted by the
spring. The kinetic energy required to trip the breaker is aided by the counter-
weight fixed to the shaft of the plunger. Overall travel is 8mm after release, and
there is a free travel of 4mm by which the plunger attains suffident energy to push
the trip rod, and trip the breaker. 50 long the voltage is at this value the plunger
position is such that the breaker is prevented from closing even if a closing
command is given.
2. In the condition where the control voltage exceeds 70% of the rated value but is
less than 85%, the spring force is sufficient to overcome the force of the coil due to
extended air gap length present between the pole-piece and the plunger.
3. When the control voltage reaches a value of j ust above 85% of rated value, the
magnetic force of the coil overcomes the spring force, and the plunger moves
100% towards the pole-piece. This allows operational conditions to be acheived
(snatch gap of 4mm) and the breaker can now be closed either manually or with a
remote close command.

Note:
1. It is of utmost impQ!!lIn~e that the UV coil is in an energised state.J1rior
to closing the breaker.

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