Amendment 1 - Digital addressable lighting interface - Part 103: General requirements - Control devices

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IEC 62386-103
Edition 1.0 2018-09
INTERNATIONAL
STANDARD
NORME
INTERNATIONALE
AM ENDMENT 1
AM ENDEMENT 1
Digital addressable lighting interface –
Part 103: General requirements – Control devices
Interface d'éclairage adressable numérique –
Partie 103: Exigences générales – Dispositifs de commande
IEC 62386-103:2014-11/AMD1:2018-09(en-fr)
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IEC 62386-103
Edition 1.0 2018-09
INTERNATIONAL
STANDARD
NORME
INTERNATIONALE
AM ENDMENT 1
AM ENDEMENT 1
Digital addressable lighting interface –
Part 103: General requirements – Control devices
Interface d'éclairage adressable numérique –
Partie 103: Exigences générales – Dispositifs de commande
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© IEC 2018
FOREWORD

This amendment has been prepared by IEC technical committee 34: Lamps and related

equipment.
The text of this amendment is based on the following documents:
FDIS Report on voting
34/524/FDIS 34/535/RVD

Full information on the voting for the approval of this amendment can be found in the report

on voting indicated in the above table.

The committee has decided that the contents of this amendment and the base publication will

remain unchanged until the stability date indicated on the IEC website under

"http://webstore.iec.ch" in the data related to the specific publication. At this date, the

publication will be
• reconfirmed,
• withdrawn,
• replaced by a revised edition, or
• amended.
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IEC 62386-103:2014/AMD1:2018 – 3 –
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INTRODUCTION
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This first edition of IEC 62386-103 is intended to be used in conjunction with
IEC 62386-101:2014, IEC 62386-101:2014/AMD1:2018, IEC 62386-102:2014,

IEC 62386-102:2014/AMD1:2018 and with the various parts that make up the IEC 62386-2xx

series for control gear, together with the various parts that make up the IEC 62386-3xx series

of particular requirements for control devices.
1 Scope

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which is in line with the requirements of IEC 61347 (all parts), with the addition of DC

supplies.
2 Normative references
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The following documents are referred to in the text in such a way that some or all of their

content constitutes requirements of this document. For dated references, only the edition

cited applies. For undated references, the latest edition of the referenced document (including

any amendments) applies.

IEC 62386-101:2014, Digital addressable lighting interface – Part 101: General requirements

– System components
IEC 62386-101:2014/AMD1:2018

IEC 62386-102:2014, Digital addressable lighting interface – Part 102: General requirements

– Control gear
IEC 62386-102:2014/AMD1:2018
3 Terms and definitions
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For the purposes of this document, the terms and definitions given in IEC 62386-101 and the

following apply.

ISO and IEC maintain terminological databases for use in standardization at the following

addresses:
• IEC Electropedia: available at http://www.electropedia.org/
• ISO Online browsing platform: available at http://www.iso.org/obp
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3.28
feature
optional extension at instance and/or device level
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3.15

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entry:
answer used to deny or refuse a query

Note 1 to entry: If a query is asked where the answer is NO, there will be no response, such that the sender of

the query will conclude “no backward frame" following IEC 62386-101:2014 and IEC62386-101:2014/AMD1:2018,

8.2.5.
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Note 2 to entry: The answer NO could also be triggered by a missed query.
3.27
YES
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answer used to accept or affirm a query
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Note 1 to entry: If a query is asked where the answer is YES, the response will be a backward frame containing

the value of MASK.
4.1 General
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The requirements of IEC 62386-101:2014 and IEC62386-101:2014/AMD1:2018, Clause 4
apply, with the restrictions, changes and additions identified below.
4.2 Version number
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This subclause replaces IEC 62386-101:2014 and IEC62386-101:2014/AMD1:2018, 4.2.
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The current version number is “versionNumber” as defined in Table 17.
5 Electrical specification
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The requirements of IEC 62386-101:2014 and IEC 62386-101:2014/AMD1:2018, Clause 5

apply.
6 Interface power supply
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If a bus power supply is integrated into a control gear, the requirements of
IEC 62386-101:2014 and IEC62386-101:2014/AMD1:2018, Clause 6 apply.
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7.1 General
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The requirements of IEC 62386-101:2014 and IEC62386-101:2014/AMD1:2018, Clause 7
apply, with the following additions.
7.2.1.1 General
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Table 2 – Instance byte in a command frame
Instance byte
Addressing
15 14 13 12 11 10 09 08
0 0 0 32 Instance numbers Instance number
1 0 0 32 Instance groups Instance group
1 1 0 32 Instance types Instance type
0 0 1 32 Instance numbers Feature on instance number level
1 0 1 32 Instance groups Feature on instance group level
0 1 1 32 Instance types Feature on instance type level
1 1 1 1 1 0 0 1 Feature broadcast
1 1 1 1 1 1 0 1 Feature on instance broadcast level
1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 Instance broadcast
1 1 1 1 1 1 0 0 Feature on device level
1 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 Device
0 1 0 x x x x x Reserved
1 1 1 0 x x x x
1 1 1 1 0 x x x
1 1 1 1 1 0 1 x
1 1 1 1 1 0 0 0
8 Timing
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The requirements of IEC 62386-101:2014 and IEC62386-101:2014/AMD1:2018, Clause 8
apply.
9.1 General
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The requirements of IEC 62386-101:2014 and IEC62386-101:2014/AMD1:2018, Clause 9
apply with the following additions.
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9.18 Device features

This standard allows for the future publication of feature extensions that extend the

requirements in this specification, or exempt particular requirements.
The features for a device can be queried by "QUERY FEATURE TYPE” and

”QUERY NEXT FEATURE TYPE” while the instance byte is set to "feature on device level"

(see Table 2).

Table 5 shows the feature type encoding. For further information on the different feature types

see parts of the IEC 62386-3xx series.
9.2.1 General

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"IEC 62386-102", the following new text:
:2014 and IEC 62386-102:2014/AMD1:2018
9.2.2 Single-master application controller
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A single-master application controller may try to configure other control devices on the bus,

and/or change the system response of control gear in the system, thereby using any

command defined in IEC 62386-102:2014 and IEC 62386-102:2014/AMD1:2018 and/or
instructions and queries defined in IEC 62386-103:2014 and IEC 62386-
103:2014/AMD1:2018.
9.4.3 Instance type
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The instance type for each of the instances of an input device can be different. It can be

queried by "QUERY INSTANCE TYPE" while the instance byte is set to either "instance type"

or " instance number" scheme (see Table 2).The meaning of event information transmitted by

means of "INPUT NOTIFICATION (device/instance, event)" depends on the instance type.

9.4.4 Feature type
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9.4.4 Instance features
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The features for each of the instances of an input device can be different. They can be

queried by "QUERY FEATURE TYPE” and ”QUERY NEXT FEATURE TYPE” while the

instance byte is set to either “feature on instance type level” or “feature on instance number

level” scheme (see Table 2).
9.5.1 General
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NOTE For instance feature commands, additional conditions for command acceptance hold. These are given in

9.6.3 and 9.6.4.
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9.5.4 Feature commands
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For feature commands that are accepted by a device or instance (refer to 9.5), the feature

addressing scheme determines the intended (set of) receiving features within that device (see

Table 2).

A feature on device level shall accept the feature command unless any of the following

additional conditions hold:

• the command is sent using feature addressing other than feature addressing on device

level;
• the command is sent with instance byte reserved addressing.

A feature on instance level shall accept the feature command unless any of the following

additional conditions hold:

• the command is sent using feature on instance number level addressing and the given

instance number is not equal to “instanceNumber”;

• the command is sent using feature on instance group level addressing and the given

instance group does not match any of the groups identified by "instanceGroup0",
"instanceGroup1" and "instanceGroup2";

• the command is sent using feature on instance type level addressing and the given

instance type is not equal to "instanceType";
• the command is sent using feature on device level addressing;
• the command is sent with instance addressing;
• the command is sent with device addressing;
• the command is sent with instance byte reserved addressing.

A feature broadcast command shall be used to address a given feature both on device and

instance level. A feature broadcast shall be accepted unless any of the following additional

conditions hold:
• the command is sent using feature addressing other than feature broadcast;
• the command is sent with instance byte reserved addressing.

If the feature command is accepted, the opcode byte determines which feature is addressed.

9.6.4 Event message filter
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The event message filter can be used to enable and disable specific events. While the event

filter of a specific event is disabled, this specific event shall not be generated. To enable or

disable all events see 9.10.3.
9.7.2 Input resolution
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The result of the conversion and the “inputValue” shall be MSB-aligned. Unused bits in

“inputValue” shall contain a repeating pattern of the most significant bit(s) of the result of the

conversion.
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9.7.3 Getting the input value
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9.9.1 Enable/disable the application controller
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“applicationActive” can be queried using “QUERY APPLICATION CONTROLLER ENABLED”.
Insert, between Subclauses 9.9.1 and 9.9.2, the following new Subclause 9.9.5:
9.9.5 Application controller always active

If an application controller is present it may be always active. This shall be reflected by

“applicationControllerAlwaysActive” being TRUE.

When “applicationControllerAlwaysActive” is TRUE, “applicationControllerPresent” and

“applicationActive” shall always be TRUE.

“applicationControllerAlwaysActive” can be observed through “QUERY DEVICE CAPABILITIES”

and “QUERY APPLICATION CONTROLLER ALWAYS ACTIVE“.
9.9.2 Enable/disable event messages
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“instanceActive” can be queried using “QUERY INSTANCE ENABLED”.
9.9.3 Quiescent mode
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9.9.4.4 Operating mode 0x80 to 0xFF: manufacturer specific modes

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and IEC 62386-101:2014/AMD1:2018.
9.10.4 Memory bank reading
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9.10.5 Memory bank writing
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9.10.6 Memory bank 0
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Table 12 – Memory map of memory bank 0
Address Description Default value Memory
(factory) type
0x00 Address of last accessible memory location factory burn-in ROM
0x01 Reserved – not implemented answer NO n.a.
0x02 Number of last accessible memory bank factory burn-in, ROM
range [0,0xFF]
0x03 GTIN byte 0 (MSB) factory burn-in ROM
0x04 GTIN byte 1 factory burn-in ROM
0x05 GTIN byte 2 factory burn-in ROM
0x06 GTIN byte 3 factory burn-in ROM
0x07 GTIN byte 4 factory burn-in ROM
0x08 GTIN byte 5 (LSB) factory burn-in ROM
0x09 Firmware version (major) factory burn-in ROM
0x0A Firmware version (minor) factory burn-in ROM
0x0B Identification number byte 0 (MSB) factory burn-in ROM
0x0C Identification number byte 1 factory burn-in ROM
0x0D Identification number byte 2 factory burn-in ROM
0x0E Identification number byte 3 factory burn-in ROM
0x0F Identification number byte 4 factory burn-in ROM
0x10 Identification number byte 5 factory burn-in ROM
0x11 Identification number byte 6 factory burn-in ROM
0x12 Identification number byte 7 (LSB) factory burn-in ROM
0x13 Hardware version (major) factory burn-in ROM
0x14 Hardware version (minor) factory burn-in ROM
0x15 101 version number factory burn-in, ROM
according to implemented version number
0x16 102 version number of all integrated control factory burn-in, ROM
gear according to implemented version number
0x17 103 version number of all integrated control factory burn-in, ROM
devices according to implemented version number
0x18 Number of logical control device units in the factory burn-in, ROM
bus unit range [1,64]
0x19 Number of logical control gear units in the factory burn-in, ROM
bus unit range [0,64]
0x1A Index number of this logical control device factory burn-in, ROM
unit range [0,location 0x18 -1]
[0x1B,0x7F] Reserved – not implemented answer NO n.a.
[0x80,0xFE] Additional control device information ROM
0xFF Reserved – not implemented answer NO n.a.

It is recommended that the product GTIN is not re-used within the expected lifetime of the product after

installation.

Format of the version number is defined in IEC 62386-101:2014 and IEC 62386-101:2014/AMD1:2018, 4.2.

Format of the version number is defined in IEC 62386-102:2014 and IEC 62386-102:2014/AMD1:2018, 4.2. If

not implemented, this is indicated by 0xFF.
Format of the version number is defined in 4.2.

Purpose and (default) value of these bytes shall be defined by the manufacturer.

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NOTE As an example there might be a product containing three logical devices with three different short

addresses. Each of these control devices has the same GTIN and identification number, each reports as number of

devices the value 3 and the index of the three control devices is reported as 0, 1 or 2 respectively. Reading

location 0x1A using broadcast yields a backward frame according to IEC 62386-101:2014 and

IEC 62386-101:2014/AMD1:2018, 9.5.2 (overlapping backward frame).
9.10.7 Memory bank 1
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If implemented, memory bank 1 shall at least implement the memory locations up to and

including address 0x10. The fixed usage for location 0x00 to 0x02 and the recommended

memory map usage for location 0x03 to 0x10 are shown in Table 13.
9.12.1 Power on
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After an external power cycle (see IEC 62386-101:2014 and IEC 62386-

101:2014/AMD1:2018, 4.11.1), the device shall maintain its most recent configuration saved

as a result of the execution of “SAVE PERSISTENT VARIABLES”, with the following
exceptions:
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• all variables mentioned in Table 17 shall be set to the value indicated in the power on

value column. The variables that are marked with ‘no change’ in the power on value

column shall not be considered. The variables defined in implemented parts of the

IEC 62386-2xx series shall be included;
9.12.2 Power cycle notification
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After completing its external power cycle, a bus unit shall generate one power cycle event

message per device if the “powerCycleNotification” is ENABLED for at least one of its logical

units.
9.13.1 General

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AMD1:2018, 9.3".
9.14.2 Random address allocation
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9.14.3 Identification of a device
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No variables shall be affected by the identification procedure. Normal processing shall

continue, i.e. events can be generated on a change of the input value; this shall not stop

identification. Where appropriate, variables can be temporarily ignored, so that after the

identification has ended, there are no side effects.
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9.16.1 Device capabilities
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Table 14 – Control device capabilities
Bit Description Value See subclause
0 “applicationControllerPresent” is TRUE? "1" = "Yes" 9.1
1 “numberOfInstances” is greater than 0? "1" = "Yes" 9.4.2
2 “applicationControllerAlwaysActive” is TRUE? "1" = "Yes" 9.9.2
3-7 unused “0” = default value
9.17 Non-volatile memory
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However, until the operation is complete, the value of the affected variables may be

undefined.
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10 Declaration of variables
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Table 17 – Declaration of device variables
VARIABLE DEFAULT RESET POWER ON RANGE OF MEMORY
VALUE VALUE VALUE VALIDITY TYPE
(factory)
“shortAddress” MASK no change no change [0,63], MASK NVM
(no address)
“deviceGroups” 0x0000 0000 0x0000 0000 no change [0,0xFFFF FFF NVM
“searchAddress” 0xFF FF FF 0xFF FF FF [0,0xFF FF FF] RAM
“randomAddress” 0xFF FF FF 0xFF FF FF no change [0,0xFF FF FF] NVM
“DTR0” no change 0x00 [0,0xFF] RAM
“DTR1” no change 0x00 [0,0xFF] RAM
“DTR2” no change 0x00 [0,0xFF] RAM
“numberOfInstances” factory burn-in no change no change [0,32] ROM
“operatingMode” factory burn-in no change no change 0, [0x80,0xFF] NVM
“quiescentMode” DISABLED DISABLED [ENABLED, RAM
DISABLED]
“applicationActive” applicationCont no change no change [TRUE, NVM
rollerPresent FALSE]
“writeEnableState” DISABLED DISABLED [ENABLED, RAM
DISABLED]
“applicationControllerPresent” factory burn-in no change no change [TRUE, ROM
FALSE]

“applicationControllerAlwaysActive” factory burn-in no change no change [TRUE, ROM

FALSE]
“powerCycleSeen” FALSE TRUE [TRUE, RAM
FALSE]
“powerCycleNotification” DISABLED no change no change [ENABLED, NVM
DISABLED]
“initialisationState” no change DISABLED [ENABLED, RAM
DISABLED,
WITHDRAWN]
a c
“applicationControllerError” FALSE [TRUE, RAM
FALSE]
a c
“inputDeviceError” FALSE [TRUE, RAM
FALSE]
“resetState”
TRUE TRUE TRUE [TRUE, RAM
FALSE]
“eventPriority” 4 no change no change [2,5] NVM
“versionNumber” 2.1 no change no change 00001001b ROM
Not applicable.
The value should reflect the actual situation as soon as possible.
The value could change as a consequence of the RESET command execution.
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Table 18 – Declaration of instance variables
VARIABLE DEFAULT VALUE RESET VALUE POWER ON RANGE OF MEMORY
(factory) VALUE VALIDITY TYPE
“instanceGroup0” MASK MASK no change [0,31], MASK NVM
“instanceGroup1” MASK MASK no change [0,31], MASK NVM
“instanceGroup2” MASK MASK no change [0,31], MASK NVM
“instanceActive” TRUE no change no change [TRUE, FALSE] NVM
“instanceType” factory burn-in no change no change [0,31] ROM
“resolution” factory burn-in no change no change [1,255] ROM
b N*8 c
“inputValue” no change no change [0,2 -1] RAM
“instanceNumber” factory burn-in no change no change [0, ROM
“numberOfInstances”-1]
“eventFilter” 0xFF FF FF 0xFF FF FF no change [0, 0xFF FF FF] NVM
“eventScheme” 0 0 no change [0,4] NVM
“eventPriority” 4 no change no change [2,5] NVM
a e
“instanceError” FALSE [TRUE, FALSE] RAM
Not applicable.
The value should reflect the actual situation as soon as possible.
N computed as (“resolution”/8) rounded up to the nearest integer.

For particular instance types, the values belonging to this variable can be changed by the relevant part of the

IEC 62386-3xx series.
The value could change as a consequence of the RESET command execution.
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Table 21
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Table 21 – Standard commands
Command name Address Instance Opcode See Command
byte byte byte subclause subclause
IDENTIFY DEVICE Device  0x00    9.14.3 11.4.2
   
RESET POWER CYCLE SEEN Device 0x01 9.12.1 11.4.3
RESET Device  0x10    9.11.1 11.5.2
RESET MEMORY BANK (DTR0) Device  0x11     9.11.2 11.5.3
    
SET SHORT ADDRESS (DTR0) Device 0x14 9.14.1 11.5.4
ENABLE WRITE MEMORY Device  0x15    9.10.5 11.5.5
ENABLE APPLICATION CONTROLLER Device  0x16   9.9.1 11.5.6
  
DISABLE APPLICATION CONTROLLER Device 0x17 9.9.1 11.5.7
SET OPERATING MODE (DTR0) Device  0x18     9.9.4 11.5.8
ADD TO DEVICE GROUPS 0-15 (DTR2:DTR1) Device  0x19      11.5.9
ADD TO DEVICE GROUPS 16-31 (DTR2:DTR1) Device  0x1A      11.5.10
     
REMOVE FROM DEVICE GROUPS 0-15 (DTR2:DTR1) Device 0x1B 11.5.11
REMOVE FROM DEVICE GROUPS 16-31 (DTR2:DTR1) Device  0x1C
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