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ADCP-80-329

Issue 2, September 1998

84-Circuit DSX-1 Front and Rear


Cross-Connect Panels
User Manual
Content Page

INTRODUCTION ........................................................................... 1
Revision History ....................................................................... 1
Trademark Information .................................................................. 1
Related Publications ................................................................... 2
Admonishments ....................................................................... 2
1. GENERAL ............................................................................ 2
2. DESCRIPTION......................................................................... 3
A. Functional Description ............................................................... 3
B. Physical Description ................................................................ 7
C. Technical Description ............................................................... 8
3. INSTALLATION ........................................................................ 8
A. Panel Mounting ................................................................... 10
B. Power and Ground Connections ...................................................... 10
C. Input and Output Connections ........................................................ 11
D. Cross-Connections ................................................................ 11
E. Cross-Connection Verification ........................................................ 12
4. OPERATION ......................................................................... 12
5. MAINTENANCE....................................................................... 12
A. Preventative Maintenance ........................................................... 13
B. Corrective Maintenance ............................................................. 13
6. SYSTEM INTEGRATION SERVICES ....................................................... 14
7. CUSTOMER SUPPORT SERVICES ........................................................ 14

INTRODUCTION

This user manual describes the ADC 84-Circuit DSX-1 Panels and their use in DSX-1
applications. Throughout this manual, these will be referred to as panels.

Revision History

ISSUE DATE REASON FOR CHANGE


Issue 1 11/92 Original.
Issue 2 09/98 Update to current format standards, update corporate address.

Trademark Information

ADC and ADC Telecommunications are registered trademarks of ADC Telecommunications, Inc.

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Related Publications

Listed below are related manuals, their content, and their publication numbers. Copies of these
publications can be ordered by contacting the ADC Technical Assistance Center at 1-800-366-3891
(in U.S.A. or Canada) or 612-946-3000, extension 3475 (outside U.S.A. and Canada).

Title/Description ADCP Number

Digital Signal Cross-Connect System Application Guide 80-303


DSX-1 Operational Procedures 80-322

Admonishments

Important safety admonishments are used throughout this manual to warn of possible hazards to
persons or equipment. An admonishment identifies a possible hazard and then explains what may
happen if the hazard is not avoided. The admonishments in the form of Dangers, Warnings,
and Cautions must be followed at all times. These warnings are flagged by use of the
triangular alert icon (seen below), and are listed in descending order of severity of injury or
damage and likelihood of occurrence.

Danger: Danger is used to indicate the presence of a hazard that will cause severe
personal injury, death, or substantial property damage if the hazard is not avoided.

Warning: Warning is used to indicate the presence of a hazard that can cause severe
personal injury, death, or substantial property damage if the hazard is not avoided.

Caution: Caution is used to indicate the presence of a hazard that will or can cause
minor personal injury or property damage if the hazard is not avoided.

1. GENERAL

1.01 This user manual describes features and functions of the 84-Circuit DSX-1 Panels. The
manual contains a description of the panels and installation instructions.

1.02 The 84-Circuit DSX-1 Panels are designed to provide high density terminations with
efficient cable management. Various panel designs provide applications for Central Office, CEV,
Hut and Outside Plant cabinets.

1.03 The 84-Circuit DSX-1 Panel can terminate three 28-circuit M1/3 multiplexers on a
single panel. Eighty-four associated DS-1 network elements (digital switch, channel banks, etc.)
can be terminated on another panel and then cross-connects tie the two DS-1 circuits together.

1.04 The 84-Circuit DSX-1 Panel operating procedures are the same as other DSX-1
equipment and are covered in ADCs DSX-1 Operational Procedures - ADCP-80-322.

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2. DESCRIPTION

2.01 This section contains a functional, physical and technical description of the 84-Circuit
DSX-1 Panel.

A. Functional Description

2.02 DSX-1 equipment provides a centralized, equal level cross-connect point for digital
signals. The 84-Circuit DSX-1 Panel is a high density cross-connect termination panel. It
provides jack access for monitoring, testing and circuit patching. A typical DSX-1 circuit
diagram is shown in Figure 1. Circuit cross-connects are identified by flashing LEDs. Flexible
configurations are available for front or rear cross-connect arrangements. The Input/Output
terminations are available with wire-wrap pins or 64 pin Amp connectors. Two circuit labeling
schemes, 1-84 or 1-28 A, B, C are available.

-48V -48V

SHIELD GROUND SHIELD GROUND


GROUND GROUND

MON MON

OUT OUT

IN IN

OUT OUT
TL TL OUT
OUT
T TN TN T
DIGITAL RN RN R DIGITAL
R
EQUIP- EQUIP-
T T
MENT MENT
TN TN R
R
RN RN
IN IN
IN IN

1409-A

Figure 1. Typical DSX-1 Cross-Connect

2.03 The variety of panel options available include:

Front Cross-Connect

x Front Cross-Connect Panels provide jack access and cross-connect terminations on the
front of the panel. Both patching and cross-connects are made on the front of the panel.
x Front Split Cross-Connect Panels have the cross-connect field split evenly on the left and
right side of the panel. See Figure 2. The cross-connect jumpers are distributed evenly to
both the left and right wire way, providing efficient cable management when full bays of
84-Circuit DSX-1 Panels are used in a central office.

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JACKFIELD
1 14
CROSS-CONNECT FIELD
1 14 T
L
TL
M
OUT TN
RN
O
TN
IN RN I

FRONT
1 14 1 14 1 14 1 14 15 28
TL T T TL
L L T OUT
OUT T R
R
M M T
IN T IN
R R
A O O A
1 14 I I 15 28
TL
TL
OUT T T OUT
R R
IN T T
A B C R IN
R 15 28 15 28 15 28
B T T B
1 14 L L 15 28
TL M M TL
OUT T T OUT
R R
O O
IN T T
R
I I R IN
C C

JACKFIELD

SPLIT CROSS-CONNECT FIELDS


CROSS-CONNECT
CABLE RINGS

REAR

GROUP A CIRCUITS GROUP B CIRCUITS


1 5 10 11 15 20 21 25 28 1 5 10 11 15 20 21 25 28
T T
OUT R R OUT T T OUT
OUT R R
T T IN
-48V GND IN R R IN T T IN
R R

GROUP C CIRCUITS
SG CG 1 5 10 11 15 20 21 25 28
T T
OUT R R OUT

T T IN
IN R R

1410-A

Figure 2. Front Split Cross-Connect Panel (Wire-Wrap Configuration Shown)

x Left Side Cross-Connect Panels have the cross-connect field on the left side of the panel.
See Figure 3. This panel is designed for outside plant or hut applications where the
ultimate requirement will not exceed eight 84-Circuit DSX-1 Panels. The Left Side
Cross-connect Panel is not recommended when a full seven foot bay of DSX is required.
Jumper build-up would cause congestion in the wire way.

1 14 1 14 1 14
1 14 15 28 T
T
TL TL
T L L
T OUT
OUT R R
T T M M
IN R
IN
R
O O
A A
1 14 15 28 I I
TL TL
T T
OUT R R OUT
IN
T
R
T
R
IN 15
A 28 15
B 28 15
C 28
T T
B B L L
1 14 15 28
TL TL M M
T T
OUT R R OUT O
T T O
IN IN
R R
I I

C C

CROSS-CONNECT FIELD JACKFIELD 1411-A

Figure 3. Front Left Cross-Connect Panel

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x CEV/Total Front Access Panels have all the Input/Output terminations, cross-connect
terminations, jacks and power lugs on the front. See Figure 4. This panel is used in
applications where rear access is prohibited, such as; CEVs or Huts where bays are
placed against the wall; Central offices where bays are placed back to back or against an
obstruction; OSP cabinets with front access only.
x Combo Panels combine 84 DSX-1 terminations and three DS3 interconnect circuits on a
single panel. See Figure 5. This panel is typically used in Outside Plant cabinets where a
combo panel will terminate the incoming electrical side of a 150 MB Fiber Optic
Terminal or OC3 Sonet Terminal. This panel uses Minimum Point of Presence (MPOP)
interconnect which eliminates the need for a separate DSX-3 interface.

1 14 1 14 1 14
1 14 15 28
TL T T TL
OUTTR
L L T OUT
R
M M
IN T
R
T IN
R
A O O A
1 14 I I 15 28
TL TL
OUTTR
T OUT
R
A B C
IN T
R
15 28 15 28 15 28 T IN
R
B T T B
1 14 L L 15 28
TL M M TL
OUTT T OUT
R O O R
IN T
R I I
T IN
R
C C

-48 GND 1 A 14 15 A 28 1 B 14 15 B 28 1 C 14 15 C 28 SG CG

SPLIT CROSS- INPUT/OUTPUT FIELD JACKFIELD SPLIT CROSS-


CONNECT FIELD CONNECT FIELD 1412-A

Figure 4. Total Front Access Cross-Connect Panel

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DS3 SECTION
IN MON IN MON MON
OUT OUT IN OUT

A A A

B B B
IN OUT MON IN OUT MON IN OUT MON
1 14 1 14 1 14
1 14 15 28
TL T T
TL
OUT T T OUT L L
R R
M M
IN T T
R R IN
O O
A A
1 14 15 28 I I
TL TL
OUT T T OUT
R R
IN T T A B C
R R IN 15 28 15 28 15 28
T T
B B L L
1 14 15 28
TL TL M M
OUT T T OUT
R R O O
IN T T
R R IN I I
C C

DSX-1 CROSS-CONNECT FIELD DSX-1 JACKFIELD

BREAKDOWN OF DS3 SECTION OF PANEL

MPOP
FRONT VIEW
REAR VIEW
IN OUT MON OUT
A BNC
ACCESS CONNECTORS
JACKS
A B
B A IN B
IN OUT MON

OUT
MUX
IN
FOT IN

OUT
DS3 SCHEMATIC SIDE "A" OF CIRCUIT

USING ONE MPOP FOR ONE DS3 A MON

A - IN A - OUT R3 R2
IN OUT
BNC
A OUT A
OUT L1
FOT MUX
R1
OUT IN
A BNC IN A
IN
L1
B - OUT B - IN

BLOCK DIAGRAM

DS1 (28)

150 MB DS3 M1/3 84 CIRCUIT


FOT DS3 (3) MPOP DS3 (3) MUX DS1 (28) DSX-1 PANEL

DS1 (28)

1413-A

Figure 5. DSX-1/3 Combo Panel

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Rear Cross-Connect

x Rear Cross-Connect Panels have the IN/OUT and cross-connect terminations on the rear
of the panel with jack access on the front. See Figure 6. This panel is typically used in
central offices with existing rear cross-connect panels.
1 14 1 14 1 14
T T
L L
M M

O O
I I

15 A 28 15 B 28 15 C 28
T T
L L
M M

O O
I I

NOTE: CROSS-CONNECT AND


INPUT/OUTPUT FIELDS
1414-A
ARE ON THE REAR OF
THE PANEL JACKFIELD

Figure 6. Rear Cross-Connect Panel

B. Physical Description

2.04 Separate 84-Circuit DSX-1 Panels are designed for mounting in 19 or 23 inch (48.3 or
58.4 cm) equipment racks and can be recessed 2, 3 or 4 inches (5.1, 7.6 or 10.2 cm). Panels are
available in putty white or black color. The chassis dimensions vary, as shown in Table 1.

2.05 The Jackfield, located on the front of the panel consist of space saving Bantam jacks and
LED tracer lamps. The Input/Output terminations are located on the rear except for Total Front
Access Panels. The terminations are wire-wrap pins and on some models can be 64 pin Amp
connectors. The Cross-connect section consists of wire- wrap termination blocks for connecting
DSX-1 circuits. The cross-connect section is on the front or the rear of the panel depending upon
the panel model. See Figure 7 for a schematic representation of a DSX-1 circuit diagram.
JACKFIELD

-48V

SHIELD GROUND
GROUND

MON

OUT

IN

TL
T T
OUT
R R OUT
T
T IN
IN R
R

CROSS-CONNECT INPUT / OUTPUT


FIELD FIELD
DSX-1 CIRCUIT
DIAGRAM 1323-A

Figure 7. DSX-1 Circuit Schematic

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C. Technical Description

2.06 Table 1 lists the specifications for each available 84-Circuit DSX-1 Panel.

Table 1. 84-Circuit DSX-1 Panel Specifications

PARAMETER SPECIFICATION REMARKS


Physical
Dimensions (H u W u D) 5.0 u 23.0 u 8.0 inches Front Split and Front Left Cross-
(12.7 u 58.4 u 20.3 cm) Connect
7.0 u 23.0 u 8.0 inches Total Front Access Cross-
(17.8 u 58.4 u 20.3 cm) Connect
5.0 u 23.0 u 10.0 inches Rear Cross-Connect
(12.7 u 58.4 u 25.4 cm)
5.0 u 19.0 u 10.0 inches Rear Cross-Connect
(12.7 u 48.3 u 25.4 cm)
7.0 u 19.0 u 8.0 inches Front Cross-Connect
(17.8 u 48.3 u 20.3 cm)
Electrical
Panel Requirement 48 Vdc 0.75 Amp fuse max.
LEDs .008 Amp/LED
Contact Rating 100 mA at r 130 Vdc Maximum
(Bantam Jacks) 40 dBm Maximum
Environmental
Operating Temperature 40q F to +149q F
(40q C to +65q C)
Non-Operating Temperature 85q F to +185q F
(55q C to +85v C)
Humidity 0% to 95% Non-Condensing
Operating/Non-Operating

3. INSTALLATION

Danger: To prevent electrical shock, never install telephone equipment in a wet location
or during a lightning storm. When installing or modifying telephone lines, disconnect
lines at the network interface before working with uninsulated lines or terminals.

3.01 Installation of 84-Circuit DSX-1 panels involves mounting of the panels in the various
bays and wiring them to the equipment. Each panel is shipped with an installation drawing. The
drawing defines the specific termination connections required to complete the wiring.

3.02 For full bay applications 5.0 inch (12.7 cm) spacers and upper and lower cable troughs
are recommended for proper cable management. Panels are installed from the bottom of the bay
up. Except for Total Front Access panels, the Out equipment cables run down the right side
(rear) of the bay. The In equipment cables run down the left side (rear) of the bay. See Figure 8.

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3.03 The maximum of Total Front Access panels installed in a bay is eight. The Out
equipment cables run down the right side (front) of the bay. The In equipment cables run down
the left side (Front) of the bay. Refer to Figure 8.

IN EQUIPMENT OUT EQUIPMENT IN EQUIPMENT OUT EQUIPMENT


CABLES CABLES CABLES CABLES

TOTAL FRONT ACCESS


CABLE TROUGH 84 CIRCUIT DSX-1 PANEL
FRONT OF BAY

84 CIRCUIT DSX-1 PANEL

CABLE TROUGH
FRONT OF BAY

TYPICAL BAY (REAR) TOTAL FRONT ACCESS PANEL BAY


(FRONT)
1416-A

Figure 8. IN/OUT Equipment Cabling

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A. Panel Mounting

3.04 Mounting brackets, cable rings and labels are packaged separately and installed on site.
The front cross-connect cable rings are installed at the same time as the panel is secured in place.
Rear cross-connect rings and the labels are installed after the panel is secured in place.

3.05 Install the panels using the following procedures:

1. Attach the mounting brackets onto each panel. Use special thread-forming screws
(provided) to achieve proper grounding. Tightened to a minimum of 8 inch/lb..
2. Install the panels in the assigned bay locations using #12-24 mounting screws provided.
For Front Cross-Connect panels place the cable rings on top of the panel mounting
bracket, then insert the mounting screws.
3. Install cable rings at the rear of the panel (for rear cross-connect models) using special
thread-forming screws as in step (1).
4. Attach the designation labels.

B. Power and Ground Connections

Danger: All DSX wiring should be connected with the system office battery input off or
disconnected at the office Battery Distribution Fuse Bay (BDFB) to prevent electrical
shock.

3.06 Installation of DSX panels involves the interconnection of circuits on terminal blocks on
the panels, and connection of power and ground for the LED indicators.

Warning: Fusing at greater than 0.75 Amps per panel may cause panel damage.

3.07 Office power to each panel should be fused at 0.75 Amp. Use a minimum of 22 AWG
wire when making power connections. Typical 84-Circuit DSX-1 panel power strips are shown
in Figure 9. Connect power wires from each panel to the fuse panel as follows:
1. Connect the 48V terminal on the panel to a NEG () terminal on the fuse panel (white
wire).
2. Connect the GND terminal on the panel to the corresponding POS (+) terminal on the
fuse panel (black wire).
3. Connect the CG terminal on the panel to the office frame ground (green wire). This is the
recommended chassis grounding procedure.

Note: The metal strap between the CG (Chassis Ground ) and SG (Shield Ground)
terminals on the module may be removed to isolate the shield ground from the chassis
ground.

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TO FUSE PANEL NEG (-) TERM


METAL TO OFFICE FRAME GROUND
WHITE WIRE TO FUSE PANEL POS (+) TERM
STRAP
BLACK WIRE

-48 GND GREEN WIRE

-48V GND SG CG
1417-A

Figure 9. Power Terminal Strips

C. Input and Output Connections

3.08 The recommended cable for connecting digital equipment to DSX-1 panels is 22-26
AWG shielded twisted pair cable (AT&T 600C or 1249 equivalent) grounded at one end only.
Maximum cable length for 600C is 655 feet (200.0 m) and 450 feet (137.0 m) for 1249.

3.09 Refer to schematics and connection table found on the installation drawing for selection
of IN and OUT terminations on the DSX-1 Input/Output section of the panel.

3.10 Depending on panel configuration the Input/Output connections are; wire-wrap pins, 64
pin connectorized cables or both. Connect office equipment inputs and outputs to the selected
DSX-1 Input/Output section. Record each equipment connection on the corresponding
designation strips located at the sides of the Input/Output section.

D. Cross-Connections

3.11 The DSX-1 cross-connect wires add to the overall digital signal losses depending on the
wire length. To assure reliable signal levels, the recommended maximum cross-connect length
including cross aisle cable (when applicable) is 85 feet (26.0 m).

3.12 Select the designated digital equipment to be cross-connected by referring to the office
equipment connection records on the DSX-1 designation strips and cards.

3.13 DSX-1 cross-connections are made to wire-wrap terminals, as shown in Figure 10, on
the Cross-connect section located at either the front or rear of the panel depending upon panel
configuration. Make the desired cross-connections as follows:
1. Connect the IN T and R of the originating DSX-1 position to the OUT T and R of the
terminating DSX-1 position as selected in paragraph 3.12.
2. Connect the OUT T and R of the originating DSX-1 position to the IN T and R of the
terminating DSX-1 position .
3. Interconnect the tracer lead (TL) terminals of the originating and terminating DSX-1
units.

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5 CONDUCTOR TWISTED PAIRS


JUMPER WIRE

TL

TN

OUT
RN

TN TL
IN RN CROSS-CONNECT TN
TERMINAL BLOCKS
OUT
RN

TN
IN
RN

1418-A

Figure 10. DSX-1 Cross-Connects

E. Cross-Connection Verification

3.14 Equipment assignment (cross-connects) are verified using the following procedures:
1. Insert a patch plug into the monitor jack of a equipment termination.
2. Observe the tracer lamps. The tracer lamp above the monitor jack with the plug inserted
and the tracer lamp above the monitor jack of the cross-connected equipment will flash
for about 30 seconds and then remain lit.

3.15 The above procedure may be used, on an in-service basis, without service interruption.

4. OPERATION

4.01 The operating procedures for the 84-Circuit DSX-1 Panel are the same as all DSX-1
equipment. For step by step operating procedures, refer to DSX-1 Operational Procedures
ADCP-80-322.

5. MAINTENANCE

5.01 The 84-Circuit DSX-1 Panel maintenance requirements are minimal, consisting of
periodic cleaning and tracer lamp replacement.

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A. Preventative Maintenance

5.02 Panels should be cleaned during routine office equipment maintenance. Accumulated
dirt and film should be removed using a vacuum cleaner and clean soft brushes and cloths. Care
must be taken to prevent dust and dirt from getting into panel jacks.

B. Corrective Maintenance

Danger: All corrective maintenance should be performed with the 48 Vdc office
battery off or disconnected from the panel to avoid electrical shock.

5.03 Corrective maintenance consists of:


1. Replacement of burned out tracer lamps.
2. Inspection and repair of jacks and wiring.
3. Inspection and repair of wire-wrap connections.

Tracer Lamp Replacement

5.04 Burned out tracer lamps are replaced at the front of the jack field. Lamps are removed by
pulling them from the sockets. No special tools are required. Replacement lamps must be
replaced with negative () terminal up.

Jack/Wiring Inspection and Repair

5.05 Trouble shooting of DSX-1 jacks and wiring consists of visual inspection and continuity
testing. Cross-connections can be quickly checked by inserting a dummy plug or patch cord into
the monitor jack of appropriate circuit and observe the lit LEDs.

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6. SYSTEM INTEGRATION SERVICES

6.01 ADC offers the following system integration services. For calls originating in the U.S.A.
or Canada, dial 1-800-366-3891, extension 3000. For calls originating outside the U.S.A. or
Canada, dial 612-946-3000.

Technical Assistance Center Product Management


Project Engineering
Project Administration
Network Design
Broadband Design (RF Design and Strand Mapping)
Integration Network Testing
Network Monitoring (Upstream or Downstream)
Power Monitoring
Remote Surveillance
System Turn-Up and Test
Service/Maintenance Agreements
Technical Training Product Technology
Custom Designed Training
Technical Operations Detail Engineering
End-to-End Installation
Drafting Services

7. CUSTOMER SUPPORT SERVICES


7.01 ADC offers the following customer support services. For calls originating in the U.S.A.
or Canada, dial 1-800-366-3891, then request the extension listed. For calls originating outside
the U.S.A., Canada, or Europe, dial 612-946-3475 or 612-946-3000 (1 is the U.S. country
code). For calls originating in Europe, contact the ADC Brussels office (32-2-712-6542 for
technical assistance; 32-2-712-6500 for sales administration).

BCG Technical Assistance Center Technical Information


BCG Technical Assistance Center Technical Information
Extension 3475 System/Network Configuration
E-Mail: bcgtac@adc.com Product Specification
Product Application
Training
Installation and Operation Assistance
Troubleshooting and Repair
Field Assistance
Sales Administration Quotation Proposals
Extension 3000 Ordering
Delivery
General Product Information
Product Return Department ADC Return Authorization number and instructions
Extension 3000 must be obtained before returning products.
E-Mail: repair&return@adc.com

7.02 Product information and service can also be obtained by accessing the ADC web site at
www.adc.com or by writing ADC Telecommunications, Inc., P.O. Box 1101, Minneapolis,
Minnesota 55440-1101, U.S.A.

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Contents herein are current as of the date of publication. ADC reserves the right to change the contents without prior
notice. In no event shall ADC be liable for any damages resulting from loss of data, loss of use, or loss of profits
and ADC further disclaims any and all liability for indirect, incidental, special, consequential or other similar
damages. This disclaimer of liability applies to all products, publications and services during and after the
warranty period.

This publication may be verified at any time by contacting ADCs Technical Assistance Center at 1-800-366-3891,
extension 3223 (in U.S.A. or Canada) or 612-946-3223 (outside U.S.A. and Canada), or by writing to ADC Telecommunications,
Inc., Attn: Technical Assistance Center, Mail Station #77, P.O. Box 1101, Minneapolis, MN 55440-1101, U.S.A.

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