MFM1714x50M50C5yzz Datasheet by Vicor Corporation

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ICE VICOR’
LV MFM™
Filter
Low-Voltage MIL-COTS Input Filter Module
MFM1714x50M50C5yzz
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Features & Benefits
28V nominal input
99% efficiency
Reverse-polarity protection
MIL-STD-1275E
EMI filtering
MIL-STD-461E/F, selected CE and CS tests
Input transient protection
MIL-STD-1275A/B/D/E
MIL-STD-704A/F (MIL-HDBK-704-8)
Normal and abnormal transients
Envronmental qualification
MIL-STD-810
MIL-STD-202
Low M-Grade temperature rating,
providing operation down to –55°C
Output power up to 350W
Available in chassis and PCB mount
Small size
1.76 x 1.40 x 0.36in
[44.6 x 35.5 x 9.2mm]
Typical Applications
Defense
Aerospace
Compatible Products
Low input voltage DCM3414 VIA™
Low input voltage ChiP [a] DCM
Product Description
The MFM DCM™ Filter is a DC front-end module that provides
EMI filtering and transient protection. The MFM DCM Filter enables
designers using Vicor 28V nominal input voltage VIA™ or ChiP™
[a]
modules to meet conducted emission/conducted susceptibility
per MIL-STD-461E/F; and input transients per MIL-STD-704A/F,
MIL-STD-1275A/B/D/E and DO-160E. The MFM DCM Filter accepts
an input voltage of 16 – 50VDC (28V nominal input ) and delivers
output power up to 350W.
Size:
1.76 x 1.40 x 0.36in
[44.6 x 35.5 x 9.2mm]
Part Ordering Information
Product
Function
Package
Length
Package
Width
Package
Type
Max
High
Side
Voltage
High
Side
Voltage
Range
Ratio
Max
Low
Side
Voltage
Max
Low
Side
Current
Product
Grade
(Case
Temperature)
Option Field
MFM 17 14 x 50 M 50 C5 y zz
MFM =
MIL-COTS Input
Filter Module
Length in
Inches x 10
Width in
Inches x 10
B = Board VIA
V = Chassis VIA Internal Reference M = –55 to 100°C
00 = Chassis
04 = Short Pin
08 = Long Pin
[a] Additional components are required for EMI filtering and transient
suppression, when used with ChiP™ package modules.
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16 – 50V
Source
VDDE
EN
TR
–SENSE
+SENSE
L
O
A
D
MFM
+IN +OUT
EMI GND
–IN
+IN
–IN
–OUT
+OUT
–OUT
earth ground
DCM3414 VIA™
CIN CIN-DCM COUT-EXT
F
M-Grade DCM3414 VIA with an MFM input filter, to meet the EMI and transient requirements
Typical Application
Parts List for Typical Applications
FEATON (Cooper/Bussman) ABC series, fast-acting tube fuses rated 30A
Littlefuse NANO2 456 Series, surface-mount fuses rated 30A
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MFM1714 Filter – Chassis (Lug) Mount – Terminals Up
MFM1714 Filter – PCB Mount – Pins Down
+IN
–IN
+OUT
–OUT
EMI
GND
–IN
+IN
–OUT
+OUT
EMI
GND
Pin Configuration
Pin Descriptions
Signal Name Type Function
+IN INPUT POWER Positive input power terminal
–IN INPUT POWER
RETURN Negative input power terminal
EMI GND EMI GROUND EMI ground terminal
+OUT OUTPUT POWER Positive output power terminal
–OUT OUTPUT POWER
RETURN Negative output power terminal
Note: These pin drawings are not to scale.
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Absolute Maximum Ratings
The absolute maximum ratings below are stress ratings only. Operation at or beyond these maximum ratings can cause permanent damage to the device.
Electrical specifications do not apply when operating beyond rated operating conditions.
Parameter Comments Min Max Unit
Input Voltage (+IN to –IN)
Continuous –50 65.0
VDC
Transient per MIL-STD-1275D/E, 50ms 100
Transient per MIL-STD-1275A/B/D, 70µs 250
Transient per DO-160E, 100ms 80
Output Voltage (+OUT to –OUT) Continuous –0.5 65.0 VDC
Dielectric Withstand
(Input/Output to EMI GND/Case) 1500 VDC
Storage Temperature M-Grade –65 125 °C
Internal Operating Temperature M-Grade –55 125 °C
Average Output Current 22 A
Input/Output Pin Torque and
Mounting Torque 4 (0.45) in.lbs (N.m)
Electrical Specifications
Specifications apply over all line and load conditions, unless otherwise noted; boldface specifications apply over the temperature range of
–55°C ≤ TCASE ≤100°C (M-Grade); all other specifications are at TCASE = 25ºC unless otherwise noted.
Attribute Symbol Conditions / Notes Min Typ Max Unit
Power Input / Output Specification
Input Voltage Range
[b] VIN
Continuous operation 16 28 50
V
Continuous reverse-voltage protection –50
Transient per MIL-STD-1275D/E, 50ms 100
Transient per MIL-STD-1275A/B/D, 70µs 250
Transient per DO-160E, 100ms 80
Maximum Output Current
[c] IOUT_MAX Continuous at 16V (IOUT = 350/VIN) 22 A
Rated Output Power
[c] POUT Continuous, over all line conditions 350 W
Internal Voltage Drop @16V, 22A, 100°C case 0.65 VDC
Efficiency η
Full load, low line, high temperature 97.7 98 98.2 %
Full load, nominal line, high temperature 99.2 99.4 %
Full load, high line, high temperature 99.7 99.8 %
[b] Transient immunity specifications are met only when LV MFM is used with M-Grade 16 – 50VIN DCM3414 VIA™.
[c] One MFM for each DCM™ even if the total power of the DCM is below POUT maximum value.
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EMI/EMC
Standard Test Procedure Notes
MIL-STD-461E/F
Conducted Emmisions
CE101 Figure CE101-4, Navy ASW & Army Aircraft, Curve #2 (28VDC or below)
CE102 Figure CE102-1, Basic curve for all applications
Conducted Susceptibility CS101 Figure CS101, Curve #2, for all applications (28VDC or below)
MIL-STD-1275
Transient Immunity
[d] MIL-STD-1275A/B/D/E
100VDC for 50ms duration
250VDC for 70µs
MIL-STD-704
Transient Immunity
[d]
MIL-STD-704A (MIL-HDBK-704-8)
Normal Voltage Transients
From table LDC 105-II (A-J) overvoltage 70VDC for 20ms duration; within the
MIL-STD-1275 (100V for 50ms) transient condition
MIL-STD-704B/C/D/E/F
(MIL-HDBK-704-8)
Normal Voltage Transients
From table LDC 105-III (AA-RR) overvoltage 50VDC for 12.5ms duration,
undervoltage 18VDC for 15ms duration; within the normal operating input
voltage range
MIL-STD-704A (MIL-HDBK-704-8)
Abnormal Voltage Transients
From table LDC 302-II (A-J) overvoltage 80VDC for 50ms duration; within the
MIL-STD-1275 (100V for 50ms) transient condition
MIL-STD-704E/F (MIL-HDBK-704-8)
Abnormal Voltage Transients
From Table LDC 302-IV (AAA-FFF), overvoltage test conditions; within the
normal operating input voltage range
DO-160E
Transient Immunity
[d] DO-160E sec. 16, cat. z 80VDC for 100ms
[d] Transient immunity specifications are met only when LV MFM is used with M-grade 16 – 50VIN DCM3414 VIA™.
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Typical Characteristics
Frequency (Hz)
Common Mode
-60
-70
-80
-90
1k100 10k 100k 1M 10M
-50
-40
-30
-20
-10
0
Differential Mode
Attenuation (dB)
F/Hz CM-Mode DF-Mode
Cursor 1 100k -33.201dB -38.75dB
Cursor 2 1M -68.687dB -61.283dB
100 1k 10k 100k 1M 10M
-40
-20
20
0
40
0
50
100
150
200
250
300
350
400
Output Impedance Mangitude Z (dBΩ):
Output Impedance Mangitude Z (Ω)
Frequency (Hz)
Output Impedance Z (dBΩ) Output Impedance Z (Ω)
Figure 1 — Attenuation (dB) vs. frequency (Hz), input leads are terminated with LISN impedances 25Ω for common mode,
100Ω for differential mode
Figure 2 — Output impedance vs. frequency (Hz) plot looking back into the output terminals of the MFM with shorted
input terminals
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Typical Conducted Emissions
CE101 peak scans with MFM1714V50M50C5M00 and DCM3414V50M31C2T01, in either condition: –OUT connected to GND or –OUT floating.
30 Hz 10 kHz
SG
L
1M
A
Unit dB A
TrdCE101
23.Nov 2016 14:25
ResBW 100 Hz
Meas T 20 ms
Det MA
Att 10 dB
INPUT 2
100 Hz 1 kHz10 kHz
1
0
2
0
3
0
4
0
5
0
6
0
7
0
8
0
9
0
10
0
11
0
12
0
13
0
0
14
0
CE101-42
Date: 23.NOV.2016 14:25:39
30 Hz 10 kHz
SG
L
1M
A
Unit dB A
TrdCE101
ResBW 100 Hz
Meas T 20 ms
Det MA
Att 10 dB
INPUT 2
23.Nov 2016 14:06
100 Hz 1 kHz10 kHz
1
0
2
0
3
0
4
0
5
0
6
0
7
0
8
0
9
0
10
0
11
0
12
0
13
0
0
14
0
1
Marker 1 [T1]
86.36 dB A
318.00000000 Hz
1 [T1] 86.36 dB A
318.00000000 Hz
CE101-42
Date: 23.NOV.2016 14:06:27
30 Hz 10 kHz
SG
L
1M
A
Unit dB A
TrdCE101
23.Nov 2016 14:40
Det MA
ResBW 10 Hz
Meas T 20 ms
Att 10 dB
INPUT 2
100 Hz 1 kHz10 kHz
1
0
2
0
3
0
4
0
5
0
6
0
7
0
8
0
9
0
10
0
11
0
12
0
13
0
0
14
0
1
Marker 1 [T1]
84.68 dB A
338.00000000 Hz
1 [T1] 84.68 dB A
338.00000000 Hz
CE101-42
Date: 23.NOV.2016 14:40:36
Figure 4 — Peak scan for the RED lead with CIN = 2200µF,
COUT-EXT = 1000µF, 0% load
Figure 7 — Peak scan for the BLACK lead with CIN = 2200µF,
COUT-EXT = 1000µF, 100% load
Figure 5 — Peak scan for the RED lead with CIN = 2200µF,
COUT-EXT = 1000µF, 100% load
30 Hz 10 kHz
SG
L
1M
A
Unit dB A
TrdCE101
ResBW 100 Hz
Meas T 20 ms
Det MA
Att 10 dB
INPUT 2
23.Nov 2016 14:21
100 Hz 1 kHz10 kHz
1
0
2
0
3
0
4
0
5
0
6
0
7
0
8
0
9
0
10
0
11
0
12
0
13
0
0
14
0
CE101-42
Date: 23.NOV.2016 14:21:38
Figure 6 — Peak scan for the BLACK lead with CIN = 2200µF,
COUT-EXT = 1000µF, 0% load
DC
Power
Supply
Screen
Room/
Filters
LISN
LISN
LV MFM
+IN+OUT
–OUT–IN
+IN+OUT
Load
50Ω Termination on
Signal Output Port
(One for Each LISN)
EMI
Receiver
Current
Probe
EMI GND
+
CIN COUT
DCM3414 VIA™
–OUT–IN
Figure 3 — A typical test set up for conducted emissions CE101 is shown above. A current probe is used to measure and plot the
variations in the current through the RED and BLACK leads at various load conditions.
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Typical Conducted Emissions (Cont.)
CE102 peak scans with MFM1714V50M50C5M00 and DCM3414V50M31C2T01, in either condition: –OUT connected to GND or –OUT floating.
SG
L
1M
A
10 kHz10 MHz
Unit dB V
TrdCE102RED
30.Nov 2016 15:24
ResBW 10 kHz
Meas T 20 ms
Det MA
Att 10 dB
INPUT 2
100 kHz1 MHz10 MHz
2
0
3
0
4
0
5
0
6
0
7
0
8
0
9
0
10
0
1
0
11
0
1
Marker 1 [T1]
67.96 dB V
40.40000000 kHz
1 [T1] 67.96 dB V
40.40000000 kHz
CE10228
Date: 30.NOV.2016 15:24:45
SG
L
1M
A
10 kHz10 MHz
Unit dB V
TrdCE102BLK
30.Nov 2016 15:32
ResBW 10 kHz
Meas T 20 ms
Det MA
Att 10 dB
INPUT 2
100 kHz1 MHz10 MHz
2
0
3
0
4
0
5
0
6
0
7
0
8
0
9
0
10
0
1
0
11
0
1
Marker 1 [T1]
72.98 dB V
40.40000000 kHz
1 [T1] 72.98 dB V
40.40000000 kHz
CE10228
Date: 30.NOV.2016 15:32:50
SG
L
1M
A
10 kHz10 MHz
Unit dB V
TrdCE102RED
ResBW 10 kHz
Meas T 20 ms
Det MA
Att 10 dB
INPUT 2
30.Nov 2016 15:19
100 kHz1 MHz10 MHz
2
0
3
0
4
0
5
0
6
0
7
0
8
0
9
0
10
0
1
0
11
0
1
Marker 1 [T1]
73.00 dB V
40.40000000 kHz
1 [T1] 73.00 dB V
40.40000000 kHz
CE10228
Date: 30.NOV.2016 15:19:13
Figure 9 Peak scan for the RED lead with CIN = 2200µF,
CIN-DCM = 100F, COUT-EXT = 1000µF, 0% load
Figure 12 — Peak scan for the BLACK lead with CIN = 2200µF,
CIN-DCM = 100F, COUT-EXT = 1000µF, 100% load
Figure 10 — Peak scan for the RED lead with CIN = 2200µF,
CIN-DCM = 100F, COUT-EXT = 1000µF, 100% load
SG
L
1M
A
10 kHz10 MHz
Unit dB V
TrdCE102BLK
30.Nov 2016 15:26
ResBW 10 kHz
Meas T 20 ms
Det MA
Att 10 dB
INPUT 2
100 kHz1 MHz10 MHz
2
0
3
0
4
0
5
0
6
0
7
0
8
0
9
0
10
0
1
0
11
0
1
Marker 1 [T1]
68.19 dB V
40.40000000 kHz
1 [T1] 68.19 dB V
40.40000000 kHz
CE10228
Date: 30.NOV.2016 15:26:59
Figure 11 — Peak scan for the BLACK lead with CIN = 2200µF,
CIN-DCM = 100F, COUT-EXT = 1000µF, 0% load
DC
Power
Supply
Screen
Room/
Filters
LISN
LISN
50Ω Termination
+
EMI
Reciever
20dB
Attenuator
LV MFM
–IN
+IN +OUT
–OUT
Load
EMI GND
DCM3414 VIA™
CIN-DCM
CIN COUT
–IN
+IN +OUT
–OUT
Figure 8 — A typical test set up for conducted emissions CE102 is shown above. A 50Ω termination is used for LISN and voltage across
the RED and BLACK leads are measured at various load conditions.
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Electrical Power Characteristics
Transient immunity with MFM1714V50M50C5M00 and DCM3414V50M13C2M01 per MIL-STD-1275D/E.
Figure 14 — Transient immunity; LV MFM and DCM3414 VIA
output response to an 100V, 50ms input transient
CH1 CH2 CH4CH3
2nd Stage
EMI Filter
&
Transient
Suppression
16 – 50V
Source
L
O
A
D
LV MFM
+IN +OUT
EMI GND
–IN
+IN
–IN
+IN_ChiP DCM
VIN_ChiP DCM
–IN_ChiP DCM
–OUT
+OUT
–OUT
earth ground
Note: Input line transients are clamped to maximum acceptable input voltage (VIN_ChiP DCM) using two stages of active transient suppression circuit.
Example: A 100V, 50ms input line transient is clamped as follows:
1. LV MFM clamps 100V to 80V.
2. DCM3414 VIA™ input transient circuit clamps 80V to VIN_ChiP DCM = VIN.
(Please refer to the appropriate DCM3414 VIA data sheet for VIN.)
DCM3414 VIA
(16 – 50V Input, M-Grade)
CIN CIN-DCM COUT-EXT
Fuse
1st Stage
EMI Filter
&
Transient
Suppression
Figure 13 — Input line transient suppression block diagram
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General Characteristics
Specifications apply over all line and load conditions, TINT = 25°C, unless otherwise noted; boldface specifications apply over the temperature range of the
specified product grade.
Attribute Symbol Conditions / Notes Min Typ Max Unit
Mechanical
Length L 44.6 [1.76] mm [in]
Width W 35.5 [1.39] mm [in]
Height H 9.22 [0.36] mm [in]
Volume Vol 14.5 [0.88] cm3 [in3]
Mass (Weight) M 30 [1.06] g [oz]
Pin Material C145 copper, 1/2 hard
Underplate Low-stress ductile Nickel 50 100 µin
Pin Finish
Palladium 0.8 6
µin
Soft Gold 0.12 2
Flatness <0.25 [0.010] mm [in]
Thermal
Internal Operating Temperature M-Grade;
See thermal considerations section
–55 125
°C
Case Temperature –55 100
Thermal Resistance,
Internal to Case Non-Pin Side θINT_NON_PIN_SIDE 14 °C/W
Thermal Resistance,
Internal to Output Terminals θINT_OUT_TERMINALS 4.7 °C/W
Soldering
Temperature See: AN:401 PCB Mount VIA
Soldering Guidelines
Reliability
MTBF
MIL-HDBK-217FN2 Parts Count - 25°C
Ground Benign, Stationary, Indoors /
Computer
6.6 MHrs
Safety
Dielectric Withstand Input / Output to EMI GND/Case 1500 VDC
Agency Approvals / Standards
CE marked to the Low Voltage Directive (LVD) 2014/35/EU
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Environmental Qualification
Testing Activity Reference Standard Test Details
HTOB-HTOL High-Temperature
Operating Bias/Life JESD22-A110-B Duration of 1000hrs, high line, full load,
max operating temperature, power cycled per IPC9592
TC (Temperature Cycling) JESD22-A104D 1000 cycles –55 to 125°C
HALT (Highly-Accelerated Life Test) DP-0266 Low temp, high temp, rapid thermal cycling,
random vibration test, combined stress test
THB (Temperature Humidity Bias) JEDSD22-A101C Duration of 1000hrs, biased, 85°C, 85%RH.
HTS (High-Temperature Storage) JESD 22-A103-D Duration 1000hrs, no bias.
Maximum storage temperature (125°C)
LTS (Low-Temperature Storage) JESD22–A119 Duration 1000hrs, no bias.
Minimum storage temperature (–65°C)
Random Vibration MIL-STD-810G Method 514.6, Procedure I, Category 24, mounted on QA
Mechanical Shock MIL-STD-810G Method 516.5, Procedure I, Environment: functional shock 40G,
mounted on QA
Electro Static Discharge Human Body Model JEDEC JS-001-2012 Table 2B, Class 2, ±2000V minimum
Electro Static Discharge
Device Charge Model JESD22-C101-E Class III ±500V minimum
Free Fall IPC9592B IEC 60068-2-32, Freefall Procedure 1
Term Strength MIL-STD-202G Method 211A, Test Condition A, Environment: ambient
temperature & %Rh.
Through-Hole Solderability IPC-9592B IPC/ECA J-STD-002 Test A (dip and look)
Salt Fog MIL-STD-810G Method 509.5
Fungus MIL-STD-810G Method 508.6
Resistance to Solvents MIL-STD-202G Method 215K
Acceleration MIL-STD-810G Method 513.6 Procedure II
Altitude MIL-STD-810G Method 500.5 Procedure I & II
Explosive Atmosphere MIL-STD-810G Method 511.5 Procedure I, operational
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Maximum Internal Temperature
124ºC
PDISS
9W
θINT_OUT_TERMINALS
14Ω
θNON_PIN_SIDE
4.7Ω
TNON_PIN_SIDE
70ºC TOUTPUT_TERMINATION
100ºC
Thermal Considerations
The LV MFM must be operated such that the internal components
are kept within the maximum of the operating temperature range
by monitoring/controlling the temperature of both the non-pin-side
plastic housing and the output terminals. A simplified thermal
circuit model of the LV MFM is shown below in Figure 15. In this
thermal-circuit model, thermal resistance is in units of °C/W is
analogous to electrical resistance, temperature in °C is analogous
to voltage, and the rate of heat transferred in W is analogous to
current. The maximum internal temperature of the LV MFM can
be estimated based on total power dissipated by the MFM, the
temperature maintained on the non-pin side of the housing, and
the temperature of the output terminals.
In the example shown in Figure 15, the non-pin side of the plastic
housing is maintained at 70°C, the output terminals are measured
to be about 100°C, and the LV MFM is dissipating 9W of heat. The
resultant maximum internal temperature of the LV MFM can then
be estimated at 124°C, which is close to the maximum operating
temperature. 4W of heat is conducted through the lower housing,
and the remaining 5W is conducted through the output terminals.
The LV MFM is best attached to a material with a high thermal
conductivity (e.g., aluminum or copper) to maintain temperature
uniformity across the non-pin-side plastic housing.
Figure 15 — LV MFM thermal model
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.88
22.28
.15
3.86
(2) PL.
.11
2.89
1.170
29.720
PIN 1 DESIGNATOR
+IN
EMI
GND
-IN
-OUT
+OUT
1.76
44.60
.37±.015
9.30±.381
1.40
35.50
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.37±.015
9.30±.381
DIM 'L'±.015
(5) PL.
.080
2.032
(5) PL.
SEATING PLANE
1.170
29.720
.11
2.89
.88
22.30
1.76
44.60
1.40
35.50
TOP VIEW
(COMPONENT SIDE)
.152
3.861
(2) PL.
.111±.020
2.825±.508
(2) PL.
.947±.020
24.058±.508
1.396±.020
35.458±.508
.698±.020
17.729±.508
.474±.020
12.029±.508
(2) PL.
BOTTOM VIEW
+IN
EMI
GND
-IN
-OUT
+OUT
.474±.003
12.029±.076
(2) PL.
1.396±.003
35.452±.076
.698±.003
17.726±.076
1.170±.003
29.720±.076
.947±.003
24.058±.076
.111±.003
2.831±.076
.172±.003
4.369±.076
PLATED THRU
.064 [1.626]
ANNULAR RING
(2) PL.
.120±.003
3.048±.076
PLATED THRU
.030 [.762]
ANNULAR RING
(5) PL.
RECOMMENDED HOLE PATTERN
(COMPONENT SIDE)
-OUT
+OUT
+IN
EMI
GND
-IN
81/(6627+(5:,6(63(&,),('',0(16,216$5(,1&+>00@
DIM 'L'
SHORT
.120 [3.036]
LONG
.199 [5.042]
Board-Mount Outline Drawing
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Revision History
Revision Date Description Page Number(s)
1.0 06/07/17 Initial Release n/a
1.1 07/26/17
Added fuse recommendation for typical application & remvoed MOV
Updated internal operting temperature
Updated note on CE scans for –OUT floating
Updated MTBF rating
2
4
7, 8
10
1.2 07/17/18 Added input line transient suppression block diagram
Updated mechanical drawings
9
13, 14
1.3 10/23/18 Updated features & benefits
Added reverse-polarity protection specifications
1
4
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