EGE-Elektronik Spezial-Sensoren GmbH - Special-Sensors for Automation

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12. 6. 2014

Gettorf – EGE’s presents the SDN 503/1 GSP-DYN flow controller line for monitoring micro flow pulses from 0.02 ml with short reaction times below 0.5 s and excellent responsiveness.
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14. 5. 2014

Gettorf – Suitable for media temperatures between -50 and + 1,000 °C, EGE’s stainless steel temperature sensor TGM 025-03 is designed to monitor hot gases.
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10. 4. 2014

Gettorf – EGE’s new TGM 050-TS series of temperature sensors provides a robust solution for the monitoring of temperature thresholds.
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3. 4. 2014

Gettorf – EGE’s MFP line of sensors for safe and precise fill level detection now also features models with a special coating which ensures that no metal parts come into contact with the medium.
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31. 1. 2014

Gettorf – EGE’s new DGC 075 series of level controllers is suitable for level monitoring in liquid media. The units are available for levels up to 500 cm.
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22. 11. 2013

Gettorf – Introducing the TGBA 050 GI series, EGE now also provides temperature sensors with a type B connection head according to DIN 43729 for use in industrial and automation applications.
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22. 11. 2013

Gettorf – EGE introduces new temperature sensors in addition to its TN series that has features such as programmable hysteresis, temperature window function, minimum / maximum function, and freely selectable switching points.
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22. 11. 2013

Gettorf – The proven amplifiers from EGE’s IKM 122 line for inductive proximity switches in hazardous areas are now also available as 24 V DC models.
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21. 8. 2013

Gettorf – Introducing the IGMP 030 S-80 series, sensor expert EGE provides new inductive proximity switches for low-temperature environments in medical technology, spiral freezers, and other cryogenic applications that use liquid nitrogen as a coolant.
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16. 7. 2013

Gettorf – Conductive sensors from EGE’s CFC series enable the precise monitoring of electrically conductive media.
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1. 7. 2013

Gettorf – EGE offers a range of optical sensors for monitoring fill levels of liquid media irrespective of conductivity or dielectric constant. The units operate by means of a proven infrared light method: during immersion, the refractive index around the sensor tip changes.
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11. 6. 2013

Gettorf – Introducing the DN 752 GA 003 series of pressure sensors, EGE provides a cost-efficient solution for pressure monitoring in pipes and containers.
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14. 5. 2013

Gettorf – New screw-in adapters enable easy installation of EGE flow control systems: ST 418, SNS, and SCS probes and compact sensors can now be simply plugged in, aligned, and screwed tight.
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30. 4. 2013

Gettorf – MFP sensors from EGE safely and precisely detect fill levels of a wide range of media, including oil, water, emulsions and bulk solids such as cereals or soy flour. Based on the guided pulse radar principle, they operate reliably regardless of foaming, medium density, temperature and pressure.
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23. 4. 2013

Gettorf – Together with an automotive manufacturer, EGE has developed a protective bracket for inductive proximity switches that considerably increases the sensors' lifespan.
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30. 1. 2013

Gettorf – The compact SCS 440 flow sensor from EGE is designed for plug-in installation and free orientation.
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8. 1. 2013

Gettorf – EGE has extended its range of inline flow and temperature controllers, adding sensors for low flow rates.
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29. 11. 2012

Gettorf – Flow controllers from EGE's SDNC 503 series measure the flow rates of watery liquids from 50 ml/min to 2 l/min.
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7. 11. 2012

Gettorf – MFP sensors from EGE enable users to implement precise electronic level monitoring for liquids such as water, oil, and emulsions as well as bulk solids and pasty media.
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23. 10. 2012

Gettorf – Above a certain size, metal pieces can cause considerable damage to machines and plants in industrial production processes.
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11. 10. 2012

Gettorf – Infrared sensors from EGE are ideally suited for material detection in applications where standard sensors fail due to excessive ambient temperatures.
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26. 3. 2012

Gettorf – In order to connect inductive proximity switches for hazardous areas, sensor expert EGE provides the IKM 122 Ex-230 amplifier that conforms with the current standards according to ATEX directive 94/9/EG.
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15. 6. 2011

Gettorf – Level controllers from EGE's new KGFT-CER series ensure that fill levels are reliably monitored even in environments with high pressures and high temperatures.
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15. 4. 2011

Gettorf – EGE's new, robust MFP line of level controllers enables users to continuously monitor the fill level of various media.
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31. 3. 2011

Gettorf – EGE's ARK series of robust ultrasonic barriers, which consist of a sender and a receiver unit measuring 30x20x12 mm, ensure that objects are reliably detected in rugged environments.
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23. 3. 2011

Gettorf – At this year’s Hannover Messe exhibition, sensor expert EGE will present the new inline flow controller SDNC 5, which provides new optimization possibilities for process technology engineers.
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23. 3. 2011

Gettorf – EGE’s new amplifier for flow controllers is especially easy to operate: one touch of a button is sufficient to adjust the sensor to the medium.
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22. 11. 2010

Gettorf – Designed for continuous operation at ambient temperatures between –25 and +160 °C, the inductive proximity switches from EGE’s IGMH series are available as M12, M18 and M30 sensors with switching distances between 2 and 15 mm.
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22. 11. 2010

Gettorf – Suitable for maximum temperatures of 120 °C, the proven proximity switches from the IGMT series are available as M12, M18 and M30 models.
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22. 11. 2010

Gettorf – Inductive proximity switches from EGE’s IDT series are designed for a wide temperature range: they withstand ambient temperatures between –25 and +120 °C.
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15. 4. 2010

Gettorf – The sensor expert EGE offers a wide range of inductive proximity switches for demanding industrial environments which cause malfunctions in standard sensors.
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15. 4. 2010

Gettorf – Many common applications require flow control and flow rate measurement in poorly accessible places where programming and maintaining the devices is difficult.
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14. 4. 2010

Gettorf – The IGV line of highly shock-proof inductive proximity switches from EGE now also includes models for combustible dust atmospheres. IGVEX sensors are suitable for use in Ex zone 22.
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10. 11. 2009

Gettorf – High-temperature inductive proximity switches from sensor expert EGE are now also available as M18 and M30 models.
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8. 10. 2009

Gettorf – Designed for increased requirements, various lines of inductive proximity switches from EGE are suited for environments that cause malfunctions in conventional sensors.
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15. 4. 2009

Gettorf – Sensor expert EGE introduces the separate operating and display unit SDD for the versatile SDI 853 type inline flow meters with an impulse output, which enables remote meter reading and programming of switching points.
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15. 4. 2009

Gettorf – EGE's new inline sensor SDN 552/4 can control heavy flows up to 100 l/min.
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15. 4. 2009

Gettorf – The strict hygiene standards in the food industry require highly resistant sensors.
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9. 4. 2009

Gettorf – EGE's proven, highly robust IGV-type inductive proximity switches are now also available as corrosion-resistant, abrasion-proof models with a PTFE coating.
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9. 4. 2009

Gettorf – Sensor expert EGE introduces the optimized MFM microwave sensor for continuous monitoring of a wide range of liquids.
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9. 4. 2009

Gettorf – EGE has developed a temperature sensor which can be exchanged during operation.
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9. 4. 2009

Gettorf – EGE's IGV line of inductive proximity switches is made from stainless steel and manufactured from one piece.
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12. 12. 2008

Gettorf – Designed for increased requirements, the new IGM line of inductive proximity switches from sensor expert EGE is suitable for installation in rugged industrial environments which cause malfunctions in standard sensors.
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12. 12. 2008

Gettorf – Sensor expert EGE has compiled a new brochure about its magnetic-inductive flow meters which provides users with a comprehensive overview of functional principles, operation and installation.
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25. 11. 2008

Gettorf – Inductive proximity switches from the
IGEX20 series can be installed in Ex zone 20.
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20. 11. 2008

Gettorf – EGE's robust IDST and INST lines of proximity qualify for use in applications with high temperatures and rugged environments, such as steel plants.
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20. 11. 2008

Gettorf – ODM-type infrared sensors from EGE measure the energy emitted by hot bodies (e.g. pipes in rolling mills).
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20. 11. 2008

Gettorf – Suitable for the detection of all metals, EGE's IGB and IDB lines of inductive proximity switches ensure a constant switching distance.
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19. 11. 2008

Gettorf – Sensor expert EGE provides users with a level controller for a wide range of liquids.
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17. 11. 2008

Gettorf - EGE´s IDEX20 series of inductive proximity switches is suitable for applications where combustible dust atmospheres are present constantly, over a long period of time or frequently – such as saw mills and flour and cereal mills.
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30. 4. 2008

Gettorf - Sensor expert EGE extends its range of inductive proximity switches for ambient temperatures up to +250 °C, adding the new IDT 080 models.
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4. 4. 2008

Gettorf - Sensor expert EGE extends the SDN 552 series of flow controllers for various media, adding a new model with a wide application range which features a digital display.
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3. 4. 2008

Gettorf - Sensor expert EGE expands its range of inline flow controllers by two new models featuring robust process connections.
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2. 4. 2008

Gettorf - SDTN type inline flow controllers from sensor expert EGE provide users with a space-saving one-device solution for monitoring flow rates and medium temperatures.
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2. 4. 2008

Gettorf - SDI 852 type electromagnetic flowmeters from sensor expert EGE allow users to continuously monitor flow rates of many conductive media.
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2. 4. 2008

Gettorf - Sensor expert EGE introduces the new MFM series of level controllers which ensures continuous monitoring of liquids.
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2. 4. 2008

Gettorf - EGE extends its proven series of inductive proximity switches, adding new IGMO type models which are especially suited for use in offshore and underwater applications.
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17. 3. 2008

Gettorf - Sensor expert EGE introduces the new KGFP line of level controllers which allows users to monitor media in low-temperature processes, e.g. cryogenic grinding applications.
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20. 11. 2007

Gettorf - EGE-Elektronik Spezial-Sensoren GmbH has extended its range of microwave level controllers featuring a sensor tip which reacts to contact with a medium, adding the new MFK series.
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20. 11. 2007

Gettorf - EGE provides the TFKS and TFGS series of thermal level controllers for explosive gas atmospheres (zone 0). The sensors are suitable for stationary and mobile use, e.g. in gasoline or diesel tank trucks.
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20. 11. 2007

Gettorf - Sensor expert EGE now also supplies two-wire versions of the proven IGMH inductive proximity switches.
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14. 11. 2007

Gettorf - EGE's SDI series of electromagnetic flowmeters has been extended by models suitable for high flow rates up to 80 l/min.
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14. 11. 2007

Gettorf - From now on, intrinsically safe inductive proximity switches from EGE are also available as high-temperature models.
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14. 11. 2007

Gettorf - INT proximity switches from EGE are designed for food industry applications such as spiral freezers, which are based on liquid nitrogen as a cooling agent.
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5. 4. 2007

Gettorf - EGE extends its range of sensors for extreme temperatures by the new IDT inductive proximity switches which can be operated at temperatures up to 250 °C.
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5. 4. 2007

Gettorf - The new KU amplifier unit allows users to auto-calibrate sensors by simply pushing one button.
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4. 4. 2007

Gettorf - EGE's new KGF line of capacitve level controllers, which complies with NAMUR and DIN EN 60947-5-6 standards, qualifies for particularly demanding tasks.
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29. 3. 2007

Gettorf - EGE has expanded its range of inline flow controllers by the electromagnetic flowmeter series SDI.
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29. 3. 2007

Gettorf - EGE's MFC line of microwave level controllers have a sensor tip which reacts to contact with a medium.
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27. 3. 2007

Gettorf - EGE has enhanced its proven IGV line of inductive proximity switches by an outstanding feature.
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10. 11. 2006

Gettorf - EGE offers a wide range of level controllers based on different measuring methods.
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7. 11. 2006

Gettorf - At the SPS/IPC/DRIVES trade fair, EGE introduced the new INFW series of inductive proximity switches which only detects ferromagnetic materials. Aluminum grit or foil at the sensor's front side do not affect operation.
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6. 11. 2006

Gettorf - EGE expands its IGMF range of inductive proximity switches with a newly developed model for the food industry.
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6. 11. 2006

Gettorf - Sensor expert EGE's new catalogue provides users with a comprehensive overview of the company's product range for extreme environments.
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30. 6. 2006

Gettorf - EGE's ODMO series of infrared sensors enables non-contact detection of red-hot materials at temperatures between 300 and well over 1,500 °C.
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15. 6. 2006

Gettorf - The sensor expert EGE provides the IGMH series of inductive proximity switches which permanently withstands ambient temperatures up to 160 °C.
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13. 6. 2006

Gettorf - EGE's proven IGFW series of inductive proximity switches is suitable for extreme environments and has a longer lifetime than conventional devices.
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12. 6. 2006

Gettorf - EGE's IGEX series of inductive proximity switches is suitable for use in explosive dust and gas atmospheres (Ex zones 20 and 0).
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1. 6. 2006

Gettorf – Designed for installation in Ex zone 1/21, EGE's SSAE amplifier unit analyzes data collected by flow or air flow controllers in Ex zone 0/20.
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6. 4. 2006

Gettorf - EGE´s IRT series of inductive proximity switches provides a solution for industrial plants with very high ambient temperatures, such as drying ovens or paint-spray lines.
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6. 4. 2006

Gettorf - EGE's LNZ 450 series of dust explosion protected compact sensors serves to control, monitor and record air flows in Ex zone 22.
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6. 4. 2006

Gettorf - Sensor expert EGE presents its new SDN series of inline flow controllers which offers a space-saving solution for the monitoring of flow quantities and medium temperatures in industrial plants.
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5. 4. 2006

Gettorf - EGE's IDEX20 series of inductive proximity switches is designed for applications where explosive dust atmospheres are present permanently, for long periods of time or frequently, such as saw mills or elevators for flour and cereals.
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5. 4. 2006

Gettorf - Thanks to a newly developed background filter function, EGE's AGK series of ultrasonic sensors reliably detects objects at small distances measuring only a few millimeters.
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21. 12. 2005

Gettorf - Ultrasonic sensors from EGE are now also available in cubic housings.
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4. 11. 2005

Gettorf - The housing series GAM enables the assembly of complete systems serving to control fill levels in hazardous areas (zone 1 and 21).
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21. 10. 2005

Gettorf - SF3 amplifiers for EGE level controllers are suitable for explosive gas atmospheres: they provide protection according to II (1) 2 G EEx em [ia/ib] IIC T6 and can be installed in zone 1.
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16. 9. 2005

Gettorf - Protection against dust explosions is necessary in industrial environments wherever explosive dust-air-mixtures may develop.
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12. 8. 2005

Gettorf – EGE provides IP 65-protected aluminium housings which enable wiring in hazardous areas.
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22. 7. 2005

Gettorf - EGE has published a new information brochure providing users with a comprehensive overview about protection measures against gas explosion hazards.
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1. 7. 2005

Gettorf - The amplifier unit SS 400 Ex, designed for ambient temperatures ranging from -20 to +60 °C, serves to evaluate data collected by EGE flow controllers in areas with gas and dust explosion hazards.
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27. 6. 2005

Gettorf – The new, compact EGE inline sensor SDN 504 GSP-DYN detects micro flow pulses from 0.02 ml onwards.
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17. 6. 2005

Gettorf - Due to their robust polypropylene housings, EGE's IDKW series of inductive proximity switches is suitable for constant ambient temperatures up to 120 °C.
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20. 5. 2005

Gettorf – Monitoring fill levels in aggressive fluids often proves difficult as sensors are chemically vulnerable.
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29. 4. 2005

Gettorf – EGE introduces the new inline sensor series LDN for controlling, monitoring and logging air flows, e.g. in compressed air lines or blow-clear systems.
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15. 4. 2005

Gettorf – EGE introduces the new sensor series SDN 552, which adds new models featuring an intergrated digital display for the flow rate to the company´s range of inline flow controllers.
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