Fire Alarm Plan Review Requirements
Fire Alarm Plan Review Requirements
Department of Planning & Development Review, Bureau of Permits and Inspections
900 East Broad Street, Room 108
Richmond, Virginia 23219
Office: (804) 646-4169 Fax: (804) 646-6948
2015 Code Cycle
June 01, 2020*
Low voltage security (access or egress control systems or delayed locking or latching systems) and fire alarm
shall be completed under separate permits. Plans are not required for low voltage security permits.
All project documents under a commercial electrical permit application shall be in PDF format and are
required to be submitted to the City Hall, Room 108. For walk-in or mailed in permit applications or
resubmissions, make sure to have a printed copy of either the permit application or plan intake sheet.
**Do not leave Room 108 without your media (thumb/flash drive or CD/ DVD).
The City will not claim responsibility for such devices.**
The requirements herein may not be required for all submissions. Please contact the Bureau of Permits and
Inspections if you are unsure of which requirements are necessary for your project.
The following set of requirements are based on the 2015 version of the Virginia Uniform Statewide Building
Code (VUSBC).
Virginia Construction Code (VCC)-2015
International Code Council (ICC) A117.1-2009
Virginia Fire Code (VFC)-2015
National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) 13-2013
Virginia Mechanical Code (VMC)-2015
National Electrical Code (NEC)/(NFPA 70) - 2014
NFPA 20-2013
NFPA 72-2013
Virginia Existing Building Code (VEBC)-2015
Page 9 (Annex A) of this checklist shall be submitted, as a PDF file, with all required Construction
Documents as a check to make sure the engineer/owner/contractor has fulfilled the City’s requirements. All
appropriate items within this checklist that pertain to the project shall be checked (i.e. ”).
Items in Section D-6 are required for all documents submitted after the permit has been issued.
*Changes to this document will occur on June 1st and December 1st (or when there is a code cycle change).
Make sure to check the webpage on these dates for any revisions:
http://www.richmondgov.com/planninganddevelopmentreview/forms.aspx
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Section A: General Requirements for Projects
(All codes below are from NFPA 72 unless noted)
The following items are required for plans submitted in PDF format:
All plans shall be bound into one PDF file. The file shall be named based on Section D-5.
Plans shall be either 1/4” or 1/8” scale.
All plans to be “to scale”, the same size and be neat and legible.
All plans will be signed by the proper individual based on Section D-7.
All plans shall have a blank space that is 3.5” x 2” for the City of Richmond’s approval stamp.
The plans will contain the scope of work for that is required for this permit only.
Graphical scale(s) are required on all plans showing scaled floorplans.
Within the scope of work, all rooms/areas shall be labeled with their use (include dwelling unit number as well).
For projects with more than one plan, a plan legend shall be shown on the first electrical plan sheet.
The project information stated in Sections D-1 and D-2 shall be shown on the first electrical plan sheet.
Provide a legend for all symbols and abbreviations/acronyms, preferably on the first electrical plan sheet.
All text on the plans shall be at least 0.125” in height. Photometrics text shall be at least 0.1” in height.
Plans shall follow the requirements of NFPA 72 Section 7.4.4.
All submissions shall include the following contact information for the engineer of record and contractor: Name of contact,
address of contact, phone number of contact, and email address of contact.
Plans shall be signed by the proper individual. See Annex A for a list of all Use Groups and whom can sign these plans. List
is based on the Code of Virginia §54.1-402.
Provide a completed checklist, see Annex A, with all applicable items checked.
For multi-level buildings, there shall be a floor plan for each and every level, do not show a “typical” floor plan for multiple
levels. The electrical inspector will use this for their inspections.
New work shall be differentiated from that which exists. The plans shall make it clear what is new and what is existing.
The following shall be shown on the plans: [Chapter 7]
Unless ceiling is smooth, provide cross-sectional views of areas with non-smooth ceilings.
Show location of all detectors/devices.
Indicate mounting heights of all devices on the plans.
Location of the Fire Alarm Control Unit (FACU) and any remote annunciator panels.
Sequence of operation (operation matrix) for all interface or fire safety control functions.
State whether building is sprinklered. Show sprinkler type on plans (i.e. NFPA 13, 13R, 13D, etc.)
Indicate Candela (cd) rating for next to all visual devices.
Indicate decibel (dB) ratings next to all horns, horn/strobes, speakers, speaker/strobes, etc.
Battery and voltage drop calculations.
Wiring methods including conductor/cable type and size, along with insulation type on the plans.
Riser diagram specifying number of devices on each circuit, conductor/cable sizes, end of line locations, identification
of fire zones (if the system is not addressable), and primary and secondary power sources.
On the riser diagram, show all existing equipment on the supply and load side of all new devices.
For all new devices/equipment, provide equipment technical data sheets. [7.2.2.5]
The primary power supply shall be a minimum of 120 Volts alternating current branch circuit labeled “Fire Alarm Circuit”
whose access is limited to authorized personnel and noted on the plans.
For hazardous areas, circuits and equipment shall comply with NEC Article 760.3 (C). For projects with hazardous areas,
show this on the plan(s) stating the Class and Division as well. Show an outline of each hazardous area on the plans.
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Section B: Fire Alarm Plan Requirements
(All codes below are from NFPA 72 unless noted)
Alarm Indicating Circuit Voltage Drop Calculation
01
Alarm power consumption of all current drawing devices multiplied by the minutes required by NFPA (5minutes for fire
alarms or 15 minutes for emergency voice/alarm communication service). [Chapter 7]
Detection Devices
02
For all detection devices on the plans, make sure they follow the codes listed below:
Heat detectors [17.6]
Smoke detectors [17.7]
Sprinkler waterflow alarm device is shown on the plan as part of an initiation device [17.11]
Fire Safety Control Functions
03
Positive Alarm Sequence if used is approved by AHJ, and must comply with 23.8.1.3.
04
Fire safety control functions: door release smoke detector locations are detailed and in compliance with 17.7.5.6 and 21.8.
05
Fire safety control functions: exit door unlocking devices are connected to the fire alarm system and release on alarm
activation. [21.9]
06
Fan controls or door controls are interconnected with fire alarm system and detailed; any listed relays that initiate control are
within 3 ft. of the control circuit or appliance and the relay data sheet is provided, and wiring is monitored for integrity.
[21.2]
07
Fire safety control functions: fire pump is supervised by fire alarm system. [23.8.5.9]
Manual Pull Boxes
08
The operable part of each manual fire alarm box shall be not less than 3.5 ft. and not more than 4.5 ft. above floor level.
[17.14.4]
09
Manual fire alarm boxes shall be located within 5 ft. of the exit doorway at each exit on each floor. [17.14.8.4]
10
Additional fire alarm boxes shall be provided so that the travel distance to the nearest fire alarm box will not be in excess of
200 ft. measured horizontally on the same floor. [17.14.8.5]
11
Manual fire alarm boxes shall be mounted on both sides of grouped openings over 40 ft. in width, and within 5 ft. of each
side of the opening. [17.14.8.6]
Audible Devices
12
Sleeping areas shall provide at least a minimum sound pressure level of 15 dBA above the average ambient sound pressure
level or 5 dBA above maximum sound pressure level that lasts for 60 seconds or a sound pressure level of at least 75 dBA,
whichever is greater, at the pillow. [18.4.4.1]
13
Devices are not less than 90 in. above the floor and are greater than 6 in. from the ceiling unless listed for ceiling mount,
18.4.7.1. Use mounting height criteria from 18.5.5 for audible/visible appliances. [18.4.8.1]
14
Where audible appliances are provided to produce signals for sleeping areas, they shall produce a low frequency alarm signal
that complies with the following: [18.4.5.3]
1) The alarm signal shall be a square wave or provide equivalent awakening ability.
2) The wave shall have a fundamental frequency of 520 Hz ±10 percent.
Visual Devices
15
Visual alarm notification appliances: details are provided that show wall mounting is between 80 in. and 96 in. above the
floor level, and ceiling mounting is in accordance with Table 18.5.4.3.1(b). [18.5.5.1]
16
Visual alarm notification appliances: device spacing and effective intensity (cd) for an area are in compliance with Figure
18.5.4.3.1, Tables 18.5.4.3.1 (a, b). [18.5.5.4.1, 18.5.5.4.2]
17
Visual alarm notification appliances: devices in corridors are within 15 ft. of the ends of corridor and do not exceed 100 ft.
separation. [18.5.5.5.5]
18
Visual alarm notification appliances: sleeping area pillows are within 16 ft. of a device and devices mounted less than 24 in.
from ceiling is 177 cd or for devices mounted greater than 24 in. from the ceiling are 117 cd, see Table 18.5.4.6.2.
[18.5.5.7.3]
19
Visual alarm notification appliances: in rooms with ceilings exceeding 30 ft. in height, ceiling visual devices will be
suspended below 30 ft. or wall mounting and spacing shall be per Table 18.5.4.3.1(a). Center of room ceiling mounted
visual device complies with Table 18.5.4.3.1(b). [18.5.4.3.6, 18.5.4.3.7]
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General Miscellaneous Requirements
20
Telephone communications: equipment is listed for two-way communication. [10.3.1, 24.5.1.1]
21
Telephone communications: the design is in compliance with 24.5.1.1 through 24.5.1.19. Manufacturing data sheets are
provided to verify the design and operational features.
22
Telephone communications: fire alarm fire emergency phone jack locations are shown on the plans. [VUSBC 109.3]
23
Elevator recall for firefighters is designed in accordance with 21.3.1 through 21.3.14.
24
Where only one communications technology is used, any failure of the communications path shall be annunciated at the
supervising station within 60 minutes of the failure. [26.6.3.1.5]
25
Provide primary and secondary communication methods for DACT. [26.6.3.2]
26
Building without a fire alarm system: Smoke detectors in elevator lobbies, machine rooms, and shafts are provided a
dedicated FACU, which is identified as the elevator recall control and supervisory control unit. [21.3.2]
27
Smoke detectors in elevator lobbies, machine rooms, and shafts initiate elevator recall unless otherwise permitted by the
AHJ. [21.3.3]
28
Smoke detectors in elevator lobbies, machine rooms, and shafts shall annunciate at the FACU and annunciator. [21.3.10]
Section C: Virginia Construction Code Requirements:
(All codes refer to the 2015 VCC unless noted)
01
If there are no rated assemblies or no rated assemblies being penetrated, state this on the plans. Clearly label all fire rated
assemblies, firewalls, fire separation walls as to their rating in hours on all electrical plans. See Annex B-FA1, FA2.
[714.3.2]
02
Provide, on the drawing(s), UL listed fire stopping detail as found in the latest edition of the UL Fire Resistance Directory
for the type of through penetration used (see Annex B-E6, Annex C). [714.3.2]
03
For new buildings and structures, a minimum of one manual fire alarm box shall be provided in an approved location to
initiate a fire alarm signal for fire alarm systems employing automatic fire detectors or waterflow detection devices. [907.2]
04
Provide proper fire alarm system based on Use Group. 907.2.1 - 907.2.11
05
Provide proper fire alarm system based on building/area. 907.2.12 - 907.2.23.
06
Where delayed egress locks are installed on means of egress doors in accordance with Section 1008.1.9.7, an automatic
smoke or heat detection system shall be installed as required by that section. [907.3.2]
07
Automatic fire detectors installed for elevator emergency operation shall be installed in accordance with the provisions of
ASME A17.1 and NFPA 72. [907.3.3]
08
In areas that are not continuously occupied, a single smoke detector shall be provided at the location of each fire alarm
control unit, notification appliance circuit power extender, and supervising station transmitting equipment. [907.4.1]
09
Use Group I-1 and R-1 dwelling units or sleeping units in accordance with table 907.5.2.3.2 shall be provided with a visible
alarm notification appliance, activated by both the in-room smoke alarm and the building fire alarm system. [907.5.2.3.2]
10
In Use Group R-2 occupancies required by Section 907 to have a fire alarm system, all dwelling units and sleeping units
shall be provided with the capability to support visible alarm notification appliances in accordance with Chapter 10 of ICC
A117.1. Such capability shall be permitted to include the potential for future interconnection of the building fire alarm
system with the unit smoke alarms, replacement of audible appliances with combination audible/visible appliances, or future
extension of the existing wiring from the unit smoke alarm locations for visible appliances. [907.5.2.3.3]
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Section D: General Information
D-1: Example Title Block
Project Name:
Project Address:
Designer’s Name:
Designer’s License No. or Master No.:
Telephone No:
Fax No:
Email:
Scale:
Title:
Sheet No:
D-2: Project Information
Building Code Year:
Electrical Code Year:
Construction Type:
Use Group:
Change of Use? Yes No
Occupancy Load:
(Required for path of egress)
Is project in flood plain?
BFE per FIRM: (Not applicable (N/A) if
project is not in a flood plain)
DFE: (Not applicable (N/A) if project is
not in a flood plain)
Square footage of project:
(Required for new/renovated lighting)
Total square footage of building:
(Required for new/renovated lighting)
Level of Renovation: (Required for
projects under the IEBC)
Elevation of Service Entrance Disconnect
Switch (Not applicable (N/A) if project is
not in a flood plain)
Alteration Level: (Required for renovation
projects using the IEBC)
Is their new load? Yes No
Floor elevation at Service Entrance
Disconnect Switch (Not applicable (N/A) if
project is not in a flood plain)
BFEBase Flood Elevation DFEDesign Flood Elevation FIRMFlood Insurance Rate Map
(All flood, floor and
Service Entrance Disconnect Switch elevations shall be shown as “feet above sea level”)
D-3: Example Graphical Scale
D-4: External Links
Example Fire Alarm Plans:
http://www.richmondgov.com/planninganddevelopmentreview/forms/Example-FireAlarm-Plans.pdf
Department of Planning and Development ReviewForms and Applications:
http://www.richmondgov.com/PlanningAndDevelopmentReview/forms.aspx
City of Richmond’s Electrical Plan Review Requirements Checklist:
http://www.richmondgov.com/planninganddevelopmentreview/forms/Electrical_Handout.pdf
COMCheck:
https://www.energycodes.gov/comcheck
City of Richmond GIS Flood Plain Map:
http://cor.maps.arcgis.com/home/webmap/viewer.html?webmap=d039492bec5346c8a75de1b6340da1c8
City of Richmond GIS Parcel Mapper:
http://cor.maps.arcgis.com/apps/webappviewer/index.html?id=c3ed34c0fb38441fb95cd2d2d6a22d48/
FEMA:
http://www.richmondgov.com/dpu/documents/FEMA_CITY.pdf
Virginia Construction Codes (2015 Edition Virginia amendments only):
https://www.dhcd.virginia.gov/sites/default/files/Docx/building-codes-regulations/archive-codes/2015/2015-
virginia-construction-part-1-code.pdf
Permit/Plan/Inspection Status:
http://energov.richmondgov.com/EnerGov_Prod/CitizenAccess/Site/Public/Main
0' 4' 8' 16'
1/8" = 1'-0"
0' 2' 4' 8'
1/4" = 1'-0"
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D-5: File Naming Convention
New Plan Construction Documents:
(see below for a list of file descriptions that the City accepts):
<file description>_<Street Address>.pdf
Example file names:
Plans_6112 Three Chopt Road.pdf
Checklist_6112 Three Chopt Road.pdf
Resubmission based on City Comments (pre-permit):
[For documents being re-submitted due to comments for post-permitrevisions, please see the
“Post-Permit Revised Construction Documents” below] (see below for a list of file descriptions that the City
accepts):
<file description>_<Street Address> - <plan number>.pdf
Example file names:
Plans_6112 Three Chopt Road - FIRE-016566-2020.pdf
COMCheck_6112 Three Chopt Road - FIRE-016566-2020.pdf
Response Letter_6112 Three Chopt Road - FIRE-016566-2020.pdf
Post-Permit Revised Construction Documents:
[The “revision date” should be based on the revision date located on the plan(s). All plans in the set shall
have the same revision date]. For Post-Permit documents, do not use the “Plan Number” in the file name, only
the “Permit Number (see below for a list of file descriptions that the City accepts):
<file description>_<Street Address> - <permit number>_Rev <revision date>.pdf
Example file names:
Plans_6112 Three Chopt Road - FIRC-021780-2017_Rev 6-1-2020.pdf
Clarification Letter_6112 Three Chopt Road - FIRC-021780-2017_Rev 6-1-2020.pdf
City accepted file descriptions”.
Application
Checklist
Clarification Letter (Note: This letter is to clarify any modification to plans that the City did not comment on)
Permit Application
Plan Intake Sheet
Plans
Response Letter (Note: This letter shall contain responses to all City comments)
Specifications
Submittal Data
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D-6: Resubmission Requirements
The following items are required for resubmission of plans.
Revised Plans - Due to Plan Review Comments
Provide a complete set of electronic (PDF) electrical Construction Documents. Plans shall be in one PDF file and shall not
have any City stamps from any discipline within the City of Richmond or any other markings that are not original to the
plans. Unless required by the plan reviewer, a checklist is not be required for re-submission. All submitted documents
shall follow the naming convention in Section D-5. For plans being resubmitted due to comments for a “post-permit”
revision, provide all plans that were submitted for that post-permit revision (for example if only three plans were
submitted in the post-permit revision, then resubmit those three plans). All documents being resubmitted shall be
brought into Room 108 at City Hall for processing.
Revised plans are required to be the same size as original plans.
Provide a response letter, in PDF format with a file name based on Section D-5, stating the resolution for each comment item. All
comments shall be addressed in the response letter. Failure to provide this information will delay the permit being issued. Provide
a detail response for each comment item. Responses of “Will Comply”, “Okay”, “Noted”, “Will Verify”, “This has been complied
with”, and other responses that do not provide a detailed response will not be acceptable responses.
Responses such as those noted, will be sent back for proper responses.
Provide clouds around response letter modifications only (do not cloud an entire area, since the modification might not affect that
entire area, unless it’s a new plan, in that case cloud the plan number) with numbered revision triangles and remove clouds from
previously issued revision(s).
Provide revision triangles with number, description and date.
Revised Plans - For Revisions After Permit is Approved
Provide a complete set (revised plans/documents only) of electronic (PDF) electrical Construction Documents. Plans shall
be in one PDF file and not have any City stamps from any discipline within the City of Richmond or any other markings
that are not original to the plans. Complete set of the electrical plans is not required for changes after the permit has
been issued. You only need to submit the plans that were modified based on the clarification letter. For re-submitting post-
permit plans based on plan review comments, see items in the “Revised Plans Due to Plan Review Comments” above.
Unless required by the plan reviewer, a checklist is not be required for resubmission. All submitted documents shall follow
the naming convention in Section D-5. All documents being submitted shall be brought into Room 108 at City Hall for
processing.
Revised plans are required to be the same size as original plans.
Provide a clarification letter, in PDF format with a file name based on Section D-5, stating all modifications per each plan. The
clarification letter shall include the plan number, date of the modification, and a detailed description of each modifications. Cloud
each modification separately. Failure to provide this information will delay the permit being issued.
Provide clouds around modifications only (do not cloud an entire area, since the modification might not affect that entire area,
unless it’s a new plan, in that case cloud the plan number) with numbered revision triangles and remove clouds from previously
approved revision(s).
When a plan reviewer submits comments based on the post-permit plans, make sure NOT to add a new revision number and date.
Keep all clouds and triangles based on the original post-permit number and date. If required to add a new revision number,
KEEP the same date of the original post-permit submission.
Do not skip revisions, submit all revisions for review that affect the permit when they are issued; do not wait until 2 or 3 revisions
have been made to submit for review.
There is a fee for revisions after the permit has been issued. For projects that are greater than $500.000, there will be a one-time
fee at the first revision. No other fees will be required for other revisions. For projects under $500,000, a revision fee of 10% of
the original permit application fee will be charged for all revisions after permit has been approved.
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D-7: Individual Responsible for Signing Plans (Code of Virginia §54.1-402)
Use
Group
Description
0 to 50
Volts
A1A
Theater With Stage
(1)(4)
A1B
Theater - No Stage
(1)(4)
A2A
Night Club
(1)(4)
A2B
Restaurant
(1)(4)
A3B
Museum/Art Gallery
(1)(4)
A3C
Library, Exhibits
(1)(4)
A3D
Passenger Terminal
(1)(4)
A3E
Recreation Center
(1)(4)
A3F
Lecture Hall
(1)(4)
A3G
Restaurant Fast Food
(1)(4)
A3H
Church
(1)(4)
A3M
Misc. Assembly
(1)(4)
A4A
Recreation Center
Seal
A5
Grandstand, Stadium
(1)(4)
B1
Business: Auto Dealership
(1)(4)
B2
Business: Doctor’s Office
(1)(4)
B3
Business: Bank
(1)(4)
B4
Business: Car Wash
(1)(4)
B5
Business; Fire Station
(1)(4)
B6
Business: Funeral home
(1)(4)
B7
Business: Laundry
(1)(4)
B8
Business: Medical offices
(1)(4)
B9
Business: Offices
(1)(4)
B10
Business: Miscellaneous
(1)(4)
E1
Education: School 1 to 12
Seal
E2
Daycare over 2 ½ years
Seal
F1
Factory Moderate Hazard
(1)(4)
F2
Factory Low Hazard
(1)(4)
H1,2,3,4,5
High Hazard
Seal
I1
Group Home 6 or More
Seal
I2A
Institutional Incapacitated
Seal
I2B
Day Nursery
Seal
I3
Institutional Restrained
Seal
I4B
Child Care 5 or More Under
2.5 Years
(1)(4)
M1
Retail: Convenience Store
(1)(4)
M2
Retail: Department Store
(1)(4)
M3
Retail: Supermarket
(1)(4)
M4
Retail: Store
(1)(4)
M5
Retail: Service Station
(1)(4)
R1H
Hotel
(1)(4)
R1M
Motel
(1)(4)
R2A
Dormitories
(1)(4)
R2B
Multi-family - 3 or more
units
(1)(4)
R3A
1 or 2 Family over 3 stories
(3)
R4A
Assisted Living
(1)(4)
R5
1 or 2 Family dwelling
(3)
S1
Storage Moderate Hazard
(1)(4)
S2
Storage - Low Hazard
(1)(4)
U
Temporary, Miscellaneous
(1)(4)
Seal - Professional Engineer's Seal Required.
(1)
Master Electrician or Contractor's qualified individual on state license can do plans if of same quality as a professional
engineer would normally submit. Contractor shall be Class A. This is only applicable when both the design and installation
are under the Master Electrician or Contractor’s direction or control.
(2)
Renovations where a Master Electrician or Class A Contractor’s qualified individual shall be able to sign the plans.
(3)
NO PLANS REQUIRED.
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Annex A: Required Checklist to Submit to City of Richmond
Project Address:
Make sure to check each box for all applicable items below that relate(s) to the
above project. This checklist is required for all projects that require a plan review.
Submit either on the plans or as a separate PDF document.
Section A: General Requirements for Projects
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FILLED IN BY APPLICANT All boxes in this section must be completed if applicable
FOR OFFICE USE ONLY
Revision Resubmittal Plan Intake Sheet
Department of Planning and Development Review
Bureau of Permits and Inspections
900 East Broad Street, Room 108
Richmond, Virginia 23219
Phone (804) 646-4169
Date Plan # Permit #
Address
Responsible Contractor or Permit Holder
Contact Person
Phone #
Email
Revision Description:
Building Zoning Public Works Public Utilities
Planning Storm Water Management Mechanical Sprinkler
Hood Fire Suppression Electrical Security
Fire Alarm Plumbing Gas Piping Tank
Date Received Time In Intake Person
Revised due to plan review comments: Yes No Revised due to inspector comments: Yes No Revised due to design Changes Yes No
Has the permit been issued? Yes No Original Permit Fee $ Original cost of work $
Cost increase per change (if any) $ 10% Revision fee required: Yes No Increase fee paid (if applicable)? Yes No
If no revision fee is required, please explain:
For revised plans, are the changes clouded? Yes No Are the plans signed/sealed (if applicable)? Yes No
Comments:
Annex B: Plan Intake Sheet
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