USB-1608FS-Plus Series

 

Simultaneous USB Devices

KEY HIGHLIGHTS

The USB-1608FS-Plus Series data acquisition (DAQ) devices provide simultaneous analog inputs along with digital I/O and counter measurements. Features include an A/D converter per channel, an external digital trigger input, and an external bidirectional clock. OEM version available for embedded applications.

Analog Input
Channels Resolution Max Sample Rate
8 SE 16-bit 100 kS/s/ch
(400 kS/s aggregate max)
Sampling Ranges Isolation
Simultaneous ±10 V, ±5 V, ±2 V, ±1 V
Analog Output
Channels Resolution Speed
Digital I/O
Channels Counter/Timers Encoder
8 Up to 1/—
Software Power
OS Support Drivers Power
Windows®, Android™, and Linux® Universal Library™ SW Suite Bus powered


Part Number Description Qty Price
USB-1608FS-Plus 16-Bit, 8-Channel, 100 kS/s/ch Simultaneous-Sampling DAQ Device
$420.00
USB-1608FS-Plus-OEM Board-Only 16-Bit, 8-channel, 100 kS/s/ch Simultaneous-Sampling DAQ Device
$420.00
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91% of new reviewers recommend this product


USB-1608FS-Plus
September 11, 2017
Very good value for money and tremendous tech. support

My need was pretty straightforward: simultaneous acquisition of 5 <1Vpp signals up to 1kHz. Timing and phase accuracy are musts. Because my application resembles a lock-in amplifier, the noise specifications of this low cost model are acceptable. The key must-have features this unit has are: simultaneous and continuous acquisition, USB (self-powered) and ability to control with Python. I am so impressed with MCC that Python support is provided. Moreover, lots of examples programs are available to make it easier to learn how to get the most from the unit. I encountered a problem with one of the examples when running it with 64-bit Python vs. 32-bit. I contacted Tech Support and received a reply overnight. Initially, MCC couldn't reproduce the error. Much to my amazement, about a week letter, Jeff in Tech Support phoned me to let me know that the engineers has found the problem and had updated the entire Python package. I tried it and it worked like a charm. I should also say that MCC's pre-sales support is great. Every product page as a Q&A section. Use it! I have always received a reply within 24hrs. In short, MCC provides the essential trio of solid hardware, thorough documentation for the hardware and development software, and responsive support. Very happy.

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USB-1608FS-Plus
March 27, 2017
Worked

Worked as described.

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USB-1608FS-Plus
January 26, 2017
Great Product

Great Product for its price but it needs better support from MATLAB.

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USB-1608FS-Plus
September 06, 2016
Max throughput evaluation

Rating is strictly based on applicability toward servo control. Was promised extremely high throughput (sample to output time) but discovered the module maxes out at slightly over 200Hz which takes it out of the arena of servo control. Board should be perfectly suitable for sample 'scope programs or where large volumes of data can be sampled for display at a later time such as warehouse thermocouples, energy management etc.

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  • Industry: Aerospace, commercial entertainment
  • Application: motion control
Response from MCC
Measurement Computing,
September 15, 2016
Hello Ricko - The USB-1608FS-PLUS can acquire AI data very fast in scan mode (100 KHz per channel), though each packet contains many samples, and thus there is a lag in new data reaching the PC. But UL programmers can improve on this by specifying the SINGLEIO mode for AInScan, which instructs the hardware to send up each and every new AI sample (one per channel) to the PC … resulting in new AI values being sent to the PC at intervals as narrow as 0.1 mS. The other AI function (AIn) is slower, returning one reading on one channel in about 2 to 4 mS. In any case, if the goal is to turn on/off a digital output after each analog reading, calling DOut itself takes about 5 mS on this model, and was likely the gating factor. While a different model (USB-1608G) is faster (sub mS for both AIn and DOut), USB bus access time is still an overriding factor.
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USB-1608FS-Plus
February 08, 2016
A very good product.

Works very well. Excellent value for money.. We use these as a component buried inside a portable data acquisition system based on a Raspberry Pi running Linux. Application is mechanical testing. Data comes from LVDTs, load cells and accelerometers.

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USB-1608FS-Plus
September 21, 2015
The product is good.

The product help us on our production.

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USB-1608FS-Plus
April 08, 2015
Good and simple product

We use this board with C# language. We integrate in a measurement set-up and we use both analog and digital input. The integration was good and the measurement was repeatible. Sometime we found some problem with the USB interface but the lastest version seems more affordable.

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USB-1608FS-Plus
December 23, 2014
Overall an inexpensive but quite useful device

We used this device to read several pressure, flow, thrust and temperature measurements for hybrid rocket experiments. Easily incorporated by labVIEW, with simple, consistent operation. Not as useful for high accuracy or high data rates. Often, experimenters "fail-safe" by getting equipment that is more capable than they need and it is just a wasted effort. This product was more than sufficient and the money saved allowed us to do more with less.

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  • Application: Hybrid Rocket Motors
  • From: Lemont, IL, USA
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USB-1608FS-Plus
September 03, 2014
Seamless!

This hub worked seamlessly with DASYLab! I couldn't have asked for a better device than this.

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USB-1608FS-Plus
August 26, 2014
DON'T HESITATE IF YOUR SERIOUS

The last thing that a professional needs is to have to worry about inferior equipment. If you are a serious professional that does not have time to waste, bite the bullet and purchase this DAQ. Rest assured that there is not a better value in terms of DAQs with simultaneous sampling capabilities (by a wide margin, in fact) currently on the market. If you have time to waste, go ahead and check for yourself. It takes about 30 minutes of set up (including software installation), a quick review of the owner's manual, a you will be acquiring data at ridiculous sampling rates s-I-m-u-l-t-a-n-e-o-u-s-l-y (did I mention that data acquisition is sampled simultaneously?). I built a fully functional single phase electrical power meter in Labview with dead on accuracy. All thanks to the mighty little DAQ named USB 1608FS Plus!

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Is this unit compatible with the Python library? If so, can I achieve "near real-time" uninterrupted AD capture? I see a Python example that acquires in the background. I'd like to achieve double buffer-like acquisition. e.g., sampling continuously at 40kS/s and retrieving 1sec chunks of data for real-time analysis. Hope this makes sense. Also, is the difference between the standard and OEM version just the case? Thanks.

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2 months ago
JohnnyMalaria Hillsborough, NC


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Yes, the USB-1608FS-Plus is compatible with our Python library. Based on the information provided you should have no problems capturing “Near Real-Time” data using the USB-1608FS-Plus and our Python library. ULAI06.py is a good example on how to double buffer an analog input scan. The enclosure is one of two differences between the standard and the OEM version. The other would be the screw terminals used on the standard version versus the header pins on the OEM.

2 months ago
Measurement Computing

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The application necessitates having digital and analog channels sampling simultaneously off of an external trigger.

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3 months ago
yac Lethbridge, Ab


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The USB-1608FS-Plus ONLY supports simultaneous A/D sampling. Our new USB-1808 supports simultaneous sampling of the A/D, D/A, digital, and counters. You can review the specifications for the USB-1808 here: https://www.mccdaq.com/data-acquisition-and-control/simultaneous-daq/USB-1808-Series.aspx If you have any questions regarding our products. Please do not hesitate to contact Sales Engineering at 1-800-234-4232 Ext-3.

3 months ago
Measurement Computing

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the counter sample rate is 1MHz , so maybe we can treat this channel like the other analog input, I mean save the data right along side the analog file data or ...

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4 months ago
mtagh


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The analog inputs and counter inputs are not synchronous. Therefore your data would not be correlated. For this you would need to use our USB-1808. Which supports synchronous analog, digital, and counter inputs. https://www.mccdaq.com/data-acquisition-and-control/simultaneous-daq/USB-1808-Series.aspx

4 months ago
Measurement Computing

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I am interested by the OEM version.

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  • Application: Process control
7 months ago
Seb


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The USB-1608FS -Plus supports up to 8 bipolar analog inputs. Unfortunately, the analog input channel configuration cannot be changed to support unipolar inputs…that is without modification to the hardware itself. Please contact sales engineering to continue this discussion at 508-946-5100.

7 months ago
Measurement Computing

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How is burstio mode different? Say I purchase a DAQ with 100kS/s simultaneous sampling. How will the burstio mode offer higher sampling rate? What are the trade-offs while using the burst mode?

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9 months ago
Chan India


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When setup to utilize BURSTIO you are limited to a finite scan of <= 32kS. BURSTIO offers faster sample rates by using the onboard FIFO for data storage. After your data acquisition has completed you can then transfer your data to your computer. By doing this you can achieve faster sample rates because you are not limited by the constraints of the USB bus. When setup for BURSTIO “CONTINUOUS” data collection in not supported. You are limited to a finite sample size per acquisition. On page 9 of the User’s Manual there is a great explanation (link below) http://www.mccdaq.com/PDFs/manuals/USB-1608FS-Plus.pdf

9 months ago
Measurement Computing

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Hi, I have installed this daq on windows XP (v. 6.1.7601) however MATLAB 2012a (64bit) can not recognize it. I followed the steps in http://kb.mccdaq.com/KnowledgebaseArticle50474.aspx and it did not work. I did add the text but I removed all the white spaces (should I have done that?). Are there any steps I can follow? Thanks!

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14 months ago
Kevin Nottingham, UK


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MCC is pleased to announce that MathWorks has recently released MATLAB R2017a (64 bit version) which now includes support for MCC devices. For additional details please visit our web site at http://mccdaq.com/daq-software/MATLAB-Support.aspx or call us at 1-800-234-4232 Ext-3.

6 months ago
Measurement Computing

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The Measurement Computing drivers for MATLAB are developed by Mathworks. Current MATLAB support is still limited to their 32 bit legacy drivers. 64 bit MATLAB support is currently under development at Mathworks. Please contact Mathworks at www.mathworks.com/support/contact_us for more information regarding their 64 bit support.

14 months ago
Measurement Computing

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I have a pulse every 1 kHz with a precise trigger to match, and seek to record its shape for later integration. What is internal clock rate? I will set internal delay to match pulse location in time. What stops the recording of data? Another trigger? Software count? I might have 3 channels simultaneous, but might not want to digitize the complete 1 msec. Buffer size for this application is another question. How do your drivers control this hardware setup? May use Labview or a windows .dll under python.

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16 months ago
cagey michigan


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The trigger starts a sampling session (what we call a Scan). You specify the number of samples to collect in the scan, which is usually multiple samples per channel. The rate that the samples are collected can be either the internal clock (at the rate you request) or by an external clock signal. The maximum rate is 100 KHz, so that would be 10 usec between consecutive samples on the same channel. There is overhead to set up for the next scan (i.e. to get ready for the next trigger). The overhead is system specific, but is on the order of 50 msec. If the overhead of starting the next scan is too high, then you could avoid using the trigger altogether, and use only an external clock. For each rising edge of the clock, all 3 of your channels will be sampled once each. Our ULx for LabVIEW driver allows for very large buffers (no loss of data). The same for our Universal Library API/DLL. Python is not officially supported, but any language can call our DLL. The USB-1608FS-PLUS does not have a stop trigger. The sampling can either be continuous (stopped by the programmer) or can collect for a finite number of samples.

16 months ago
Measurement Computing

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Is there any anti-aliasing built-in, either in the hardware/firmware of the device itself, or in any of the provided software?

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24 months ago
quark314 USA


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The USB-1608FS-Plus has no anti-aliasing filtering built into the hardware or the firmware. Nor does the provided software have any filtering capabilities. Software filtering is available through our DASYLab BASIC graphical programming language. The high/low pass filtering options available in DASYLab are the Butterworth, Bessel, Chebyshev 0.5 and the Chebyshev 2.

24 months ago
Measurement Computing

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I need to implement a Visual Studio Solution to read all data from 1608FS device exactly each millisecond to calculate frequency. What is the best way to implement this.

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30 months ago
juankardona Colombia


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Hello juankardona, The best way to implement reading all 8 channels every 1mSec would be to use our Universal Library (.NET) and the AInScan() method. With this method you can set what channels to use, your sample rate, and any other argument required for an analog scan. Please refer to our Universal Library Help file for details on this method. We also have “Product Specific” examples to assist you in your program development here: http://www.mccdaq.com/downloads/example_programs/Product_Specific_Examples/USB-1608FS/Universal_Library/

30 months ago
Measurement Computing

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I need to collect data until 300kHz sampling frequency. In the spec it states that up to 400kS/s (100kS/s max for any channel). Does it mean that if I am using 1 channel, I can collect to 100kHz only? What is the BURSTIO mode that enable up to 800kS/s? For high freq data collection, do I need any additional program?

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31 months ago
juju Malaysia


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Hello JuJu, Yes, that is exactly what it means. Each channel a maximum sample rate of 100kS/sec. Which means that you could sample 4 channels at their max rate of 100kS/sec (400kS/sec max) or 8 channels at 50kS/sec per channel. The BURSTIO lets you increase your overall sample rate to 800K. The individual sample rate of 100kS/channel does not change and the data is limited to the on board FIFO (32K). Please contact Sales Engineering if you require assistance in selecting a different product.

31 months ago
Measurement Computing

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We already have one unit but would like to try taking measurements with 16 inputs. Would two units synced to the same clock still provide accurate simultaneous sampling?

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40 months ago
Ryan


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Hello Ryan, Thank you for your inquiry. Yes, two USB-1608FS-Plus units can be synchronized together resulting in 16 simultaneous inputs. By utilizing the “Synch” (pin 36) in a master slave configuration you can use the clock from one USB-1608FS-Plus as a master and control the second USB-1608FS-Plus as a slave unit. This allows you to expand your channel count to 16 simultaneous inputs. I have included a link to a Knowledgebase article that covers this subject. http://kb.mccdaq.com/KnowledgebaseArticle50419.aspx?Keywords=Synch

40 months ago
MeasurementComputing

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C /C++ PC with W7

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41 months ago
scout The University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa, AL 35487, USA


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Hello Scout - Thank you for your inquiry. The USB-1608FS-Plus can be programmed to continuously collect data and place that data into a circular buffer. This would give you the ability to read the buffer and retrieve your data at any given moment. To do this you would use our Universal Library for .NET

41 months ago
MeasurementComputing

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43 months ago
Dares


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Thank you for your inquiry. The USB-1608FS-Plus cannot be configured for differential inputs. If you need a simultaneous sampling device that supports differential inputs, take a look at our USB-1608HS. If simultaneous is not a requirement then please consider the USB-1608G Series product line.

43 months ago
MeasurementComputing

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If I sample a 1kHz sinusoid "simultaneously" with all 8 analog inputs, will results be identical within +- 1LSB? If not, what kind and size of differences will occur? Will these differences vary significantly over the frequency, amplitude & environmental

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45 months ago
finmac


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Hi Finmac - No, it will not be able to meet ±1LSB limit across 8 channels. The results can vary by the amount of offset, gain, linearity and noise. See the Accuracy section on page 13 of the User Manual for more information: http://www.mccdaq.com/PDFs/manuals/USB-1608FS-Plus.pdf. For both devices - frequency should not affect accuracy results while amplitude variations are subject to changes in gain error. Temperature changes will produce variations in gain and offset results.

45 months ago
MeasurementComputing

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  • Application: Power & current measurements
45 months ago
Dirk Milpitas, CA, USA


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Thank you for your question. The USB-1608FS-Plus supports 4 individual input ranges. The accuracy for each range is as follows: +-10 = 5.66 mVolts, +-5 = 2.98 mVolts, +-2 = 1.31 mVolts, +-1 = 0.68 mVolts. You can review the full specifications for the USB-1608FS-Plus here: http://www.mccdaq.com/usb-data-acquisition/USB-1608FS-Plus.aspx

45 months ago
MeasurementComputing

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How accurate would a Thermocouple measurement be if measured with the 1608FS Plus?

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47 months ago
Mitch


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Hello Mitch - Thermocouple measurements are not possible with the USB-1608FS, or with any other general purpose A/D board. The three main reasons are the following: Not enough amplification, no CJC compensation, no low-pass filtering. This is why thermocouple-specific products are offered, such as the USB-TC (http://www.mccdaq.com/usb-data-acquisition/USB-TC.aspx)

47 months ago
MeasurementComputing

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We use in the university this type of device. I habe to use it in the version Matlab version R2012b, but i can not install it. Until now i have used the Matlab version R2007a and it works. The problem is to install the device. In the version R2007a i had

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47 months ago
Paulo Germany


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MCC is pleased to announce that MathWorks has recently released MATLAB R2017a (64 bit version) which now includes support for MCC devices. For additional details please visit our web site at http://mccdaq.com/daq-software/MATLAB-Support.aspx or call us at 1-800-234-4232 Ext-3.

6 months ago
Measurement Computing

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The Mathworks added official support for the USB-1608FS-PLUS in their version R2013b (version 3.3). For possible use in older versions, you should contact The Mathworks.

47 months ago
MeasurementComputing

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  • Application: infrasound in vehicles
49 months ago
JohnV Waterloo, Ontario, Canada


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This DAQ model has 8 individual A/D ICs, all clocked in parallel. Inside each A/D is the equivalent of a sample-and-hold, so we did not need to add our own external to the A/Ds.

49 months ago
MeasurementComputing

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Could you tell me how much could be the shipping cost to Montevideo-Uruguay (South America)?

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50 months ago
abriva Montevideo - Uruguay


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Hello Abriva – we have a local Distributor in your region that can coordinate the order and shipping costs for you. Our local Distributor that handles all of our orders in Uruguay is: LogicBus Web: http://www.logicbus.com E-Mail: support@logicbus.com

50 months ago
MeasurementComputing

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Hi, We are interested to program this board with raspberry pi. Is it possible ? Do you have the necessary drivers ? (Raspberry Pi uses Python).

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  • Application: Test & measurement
14 months ago
okigun Yorktown Heights, NY


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Many of Measurement Computing's DAQ devices including the USB-1608FS-Plus are supported by the Raspberry Pi system. However, our current driver support is not written in Python. Current support is developed using Linux. For information on using our Linux drivers with a Raspberry Pi please refer to this tech tip: http://mccdaq.com/TechTips/TechTip-9.aspx

14 months ago
Measurement Computing

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