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Award winners for
their sales
performances in the
second half of 2001,
are Rob Edwards and
Christine Rhodes from
the Sharp EPoS
Solutions team.
General Manager Jeff
Griffiths  presented the
awards at a recent
team meeting.
Congratulations to
Christine
and Rob
Sharp Electronics (UK) Limited, Sharp House, Thorp Road, Newton Heath, Manchester M40 5BE, UK. Freephone 0800 262958 Fax: 0161 204 2243. 
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Q1: What is your job title?
ES: Area Sales Manager (EPoS Solutions)
TT: Field Sales Manager, (EPoS Solutions)
Q2: What are your specific job
responsibilities?
ES: Day to day support of my accounts including
stock availability and correct pricing.
Naturally I am looking to grow accounts
within my portfolio – and achieve sales
targets.
TT: Ensuring Sharp provides dealers with the
support necessary for them to maximise
sales opportunities – I am only a telephone
call away   
Q3: How long have you been employed by
Sharp?
ES: Eighteen and a half years – and enjoyed
every minute
TT: Twelve years
Q4: What is your previous relevant job
experience within Sharp?
ES: I’ve spent ten years with ECR and eight
with Information Systems so I have the
knowledge.
TT: Four years sales management has helped
me understand the needs of dealers. They
are busy running successful businesses and
they are successful because they work hard
and are committed. They want that same
commitment from us too.
Q5: How will you liaise with dealers on a
day-to-day basis?
ES: Technology and in the flesh. I can be
reached by e-mail or telephone and I see
accounts on regular monthly visits. 
TT: Feedback from the relevant area sales
manager and through being out and about
on the frontline – seeing where the action
is! 
Q6: What do you see as your biggest
challenge over the next twelve months?
ES: To build on the successful foundations
already created and to drive the dealers
forward by maximising the advantages of
new product technologies. 
TT: The bottom line is improving sales of EPoS
systems. It is our priority and our dealers.
They sell more, they make more money.
Simple equation. End result is everyone is
happy. I want to see lots of smiling faces at
the end of 2002.
Q7: What is the most challenging project you
have worked on?
ES: Putting the technical knowledge that I have
gained with other Sharp products to the test
in the advanced environment of ECR/EPoS.
It is a completely different environment
since I last worked in the division but I am a
fast learner.
TT: The Sharp Personal Business Centre
Project: complex, infuriating at times, but
ultimately successful.
Q8: What is the project that has given you
the greatest personal satisfaction?
ES: The challenge of moving from ECR eight
years ago to confront the new technology
of IT products. Sharp has moved forward
tremendously in eight years. It is amazing.
TT: Succeeding in setting up a network of
PBPC. Ditto complex, infuriating etc etc!
Q9: Describe your perfect working day?
ES: Professionally or socially? I am keeping
mum.
TT: Achieving my set goals during the day to
everybody’s satisfaction, most importantly
mine! 
Q10:What is your best tip for dealers to
increase sales?
ES: Use the technical knowledge to give
yourself an edge.
TT: Three key words. Sell. Sell. Sell. At the end
of the day, if you are selling, you are
winning. 
Spotlight on
Eileen Staves
&Tony Telford
Name
Tony Telford
Age
47
Status
Married, 2 children 
Hobbies
Music and Sport
Q1: Who is the client?
A1: Cadw Welsh Historic Monuments 
Q2: What do they do?
A2: They are the custodians of all the castles
and ancient monuments in state care in
Wales, looking after the on-going mainten-
ance of some of the most spectacular
buildings in the world. Some are world
heritage sites. 
Q3: Why did they want a new system?
A3: In a nutshell? The business had outgrown
the system.
Q4: What did they want the system to do?
A4: Full control of visitor entry; sales and stock
control of their 21 remote sites integrated to
their warehouse for distribution. Also, they
wanted us to design and supply their
website’s on-line and mail ordering systems,
so they would be integrated in to their stock
control system. An ability to send e-mails to
their 21 sites was an integral part of the
system. 
Q5: Why did you recommend the specific
Sharp technology?
A5: We recommended the UP3300 and the
UP700 as part of an Eprom based solution,
tailored to their specific requirements. Our
track record with other clients endorsed
this best route and showed the speed,
reliability and durability of this software.
To date, 21 UP3300’s, using Premier Retail
System scanning boards, were installed in
December and went live on New Year’s Day.
Eleven UP700’s are being installed in the
near future at their seasonal sites.
Q6: Why is the UP700 key to your solution?
A6: The UP700 is ideal for seasonal sites. As they
only sell a limited number of stock lines, we
could put all the admissions on the flat
keyboard and sell the stock via a scanner. This
presented Cadw with an extremely economic
route forward without sacrificing quality.
Q7: How did you tailor the system to the
client’s specific needs?
A7: We developed the integration of the on-line
ordering system. Everything else is standard
on our ECRINT software system, including
the ability to link all RS232 machines in the
Sharp range to one central system.
Q8: Is the client pleased with the end result?
A8: The system has been live for two months;
they are delighted with the reliability and
ease of use of the UP3300’s at each site, the
communication from head office to the sites
and the information being produced by
ECRINT. The ability to E-mail the sites to
advise price changes and so forth is also
being used to good effect. Even though it is
early days, they are already seeing the
benefits of our system. 
Q9: What future developments are planned?
A9: We have discussed the possibility of adding
EFT and Smartcard in the future and Cadw
are showing great interest in this technology.
With over 4,000 individual product lines,
21 historic sites and a unique installation
at each site, including liaison with the
Cadw Ancient Monument Inspectors,
Cadw Conservation Architects and the
Cadw Site Custodians, this contract for
Cadw Welsh Historic Monuments
presented a real challenge. Here A&K’s
Keith Price talks about the project.
CUSTODIANS of THE
ancient
ART of EPoS!
Sharp’s all-star product portfolio,
featured on pages 2 and 3, has the
versatility to appeal to a wide range
of end users as John Rourke,
managing director of Merseyside
Cash Registers, explains.
One of the many things we really like about
the Sharp portfolio is the huge number of
selling points for each product.  
A classic example is Cream, one of the
world’s most famous dance clubs and a
long-standing client of ours. 
Naturally for an image conscious club like
Cream, appearance is very important so up
stepped the UP3300 when we looked at
updating their system. 
The UP3300 is a great terminal that won’t
look out of place in even the most
fashionable outlets. What’s more, the
UP3300 is stable at point of sale and
allows us to communicate to back office
sales and stock control software.  At MCR
we know this machine inside out and it is
ideal for integrating credit card and loyalty
schemes at a later date.
Cream liked the UP3300 too and we
installed eleven terminals in six bars, with
each bar having its own internal thermal
printer for end of day reports. ERA570 cash
registers, linked to the sales control
software, were also installed at the four
entrances.
With the new system in place, Cream can
control stock quicker and more accurately –
selling each item at the correct price. They
can also sell three bottled beers for the
price of two on promo nights, or whatever
promotion they want to carry out!  
They now have far greater control than
ever before via a quick and reliable system
that handles over 3,100 people on busy
nights, with management reports to handle
sales and stock reports. 
Flexibility is key too. Cream customers like
to spend as much time dancing as possible,
less time at the bar and the client was
concerned touch screen service would slow
things down. We minimised the number of
touches per sale for speed without
sacrificing accuracy
A recent contract with the Liverpool Daily
Post and Echo, part of Trinity Mirror plc, was
more technically involved than the Cream
project but again Sharp came up trumps.  
The Daily Post wanted to change its basic
till operation for adverts placed over the
counter, which was creating unnecessary
duplication.
We recommended the UP5700, one of
Sharp’s flagship products, which matches
reliability with ease of use. 
However, key to this installation was the
necessity for writing bespoke software,
which involved Sharp’s technical people. 
Together we devised a system that
automated all elements of the customer’s
transaction, processing this data directly
into their accounting system. 
This software enables Post staff to process
different types of customer accounts for
different newspapers and adverts. Each
type of account code has a different length
of invoice number – newspaper has six
digits, adverts either seven or eight – so
when the client chooses a particular
account code, the system prompts them to
enter the relevant number of digits for that
account.  This information has to be
validated in the relevant invoice in the
correct position, with the added problem
that one of the A4 forms is landscape and
the other is portrait. This information is
then automatically ready to update their
accounting system at the end of the day. 
In terms of hardware, we installed four
UP5700 terminals linked to Epson printers
and Commidea EFT software, all reporting
to sales control software in the back office.
An everyday, boring EPoS system – and I’ve
just described one part of it! Still it was a
great and fun challenge for all of us at
MCR. That it may be extended to other
Trinity Mirror regional offices speaks for
itself.”
THE CREAM OF
MERSEYSIDE IS
Kath McKiernan, after
a career with Sharp
spanning nearly 18
years, is moving onto
pastures new. All her
friends at Sharp and
our EPoS partners
would like to wish her
a bon voyage.
BON VOYAGE KATH
What
the Client
said...
”A&K were selected
due to the user
friendliness of the
system, its aesthetics
and functionality,
durability, warranty &
aftercare, training
schedule and
purchase options.”
“Cadw is committed to
achieving best
practice in all areas of
heritage retail,
and the Sharp system
can be tailored to help
us achieve this.”
Jayne M Rowlands
Cadw Sales Officer,
Cadw Welsh Historic
Monuments
Name
Eileen Staves
Age
Stopped having birthdays at
49
Status
Married 
Hobbies
Most Sports 
(as spectator)
and looking after my 4
year old granddaughter
TOP
10
Most common Retail Systems downloads:
UP600 & 700 FAQ (updated Novenber 2001 new slides 48 & 53).
PoS Utility Version 1.27.0324 (Demo Version) 220.440.460/70, 550,
570/610, 600/700, 750, 770, 3300
Upgrade to Version 1.27.0330 and Bugfix for PoS Utility Version 1.27.0327
(Demo Version) Version 1.27.0327 must be installed first (see Readme.txt)
Upgrade to Version 1.27.0327 and license fix for PoS Utility Version
1.27.0327 (Demo Version) Version 1.27.0327 must be installed first (see
Readme.txt) 220, 440, 460/70, 550, 570/610, 600/700, 750, 770, 3300.
Technical Report: Part Number for UP5700 Backlight.
Checklist Guide for typical UP600/700 installation.
ERA750 Technical Bulletin - Euro Version.
UP5700 Countermeasure against touch panel active area displacement.
UP600 & UP700 Frequently Asked Questions (updated October 2001).
PoS Utility - Help Guide
1. Retail Systems Technology, Ireland
2. Asset Retail Systems, London
3. Telyline EPoS Ltd, Bedfordshire
4. ACR Retail Systems, Ayr
5. Invicta Retail Systems, Kent
6. Wigan Business, Wigan
7. Check Out, Guernsey
8. Project Distribution, Stoke-On-Trent
9. Cash Register Systems, Grimsby/Lincoln
10. G.V. Gowland & Sons Ltd, Rochdale
SHARP TECHNICAL WEBSITE ACCESS UPDATE
Dealers accessing Sharp’s Technical Website
(www.tech.sharp.co.uk)
We’ve been Framed! - caption from page 1
From left to right, top to bottom: Jeff Griffiths, General Manager, Sharp Steven Bateman, NCR Richard Hammond,
Classic Retail Systems Niels Nielsen, GS Systems Roger Balmford, CRS Business Systems Bruce Gowland, G V Gowland
& Sons Ltd 
Mark Saunders, CCM (South West) Ltd Ken Steven, ACR Retail Systems Ken Pearson, PCL Retail Systems
John Rogan, PRS Sam Grainger, Asset Retail Systems Pat Connaughton, EBM
Drawing Room at Castell Coch (left), Beaumaris Castle (top) and Kidwelly Castle (bottom)
“Dealer knowledge and experience of placing
products in an increasingly technologically aware
market place is crucial to our development as a
brand. And, as everyone knows, the stronger our
brand becomes, the easier it is to sell.”
To ensure sustained growth of the brand name,
Sharp has reorganised and refined its award
winning EPoS division. 
Now dealers can call upon a 12-strong team of
dedicated professionals with over 150 years
combined ECR/EPoS experience.  
Each and every person in that team has an integral
role to play in building the dealer’s business.
Product Manager, Paul Burton, uses his technical
expertise to develop and enhance products with
Sharp’s research and development teams and
oversees factory tests to ensure machines are
relevant to the UK’s market needs. Feedback from
dealers is crucial to this process.
An extensive product portfolio has hardware for
every retail and hospitality contingency. 
All products in the portfolio are constantly
reviewed and refined, under Paul’s supervision, to
enhance their performance.
Sharp is providing even more dealer training.
Product Support & Development Controller, Tony
Moran, has introduced a training programme to
increase dealers’ skills base. In 2002 Sharp will be
carrying out 6000 training hours across the UK.
Two experienced system support specialists – Phil
Hughes and Andrew Sedwell – joined the team
last year. They are now firing on all cylinders after
their introduction to the business.
Marketing and public relations, under the
watchful eye of Communications and Marketing
Co-ordinator Christopher Martin, are getting the
Sharp message across. 
Highly focused marketing activity is generating
further leads that are being passed onto the
relevant dealers. 
Just as important, public relations activity is
influencing key decision makers. “We have been
busy increasing awareness of the Sharp brand in
the media through a structured public relations
campaign that has given us an improved
presence in trade and industry press.”  
“The sales team are the day-to-day contact with
dealers and their remit is to aid the selling
process. They will add their weight and our name
to demonstrations.”
“We have assembled Sharp’s strongest ever EPoS
team – it is up to the dealers to use us to optimise
their sales opportunities,” said Jeff.
THE NEWSLETTER FOR SHARP ECR/EPoS SOLUTIONS BUSINESS PARTNERS Issue No.6 Winter 2002
Welcome to
We are always pleased to hear from you, so do not hesitate to drop me a line by e-mail  (
), write or telephone 0161 204 2677
Christopher Martin, Editor
Christopher Martin
Special 4 Page Edition
The best product portfolio
Page 2 and 3
Read all about the Cream
Page 4
The Sharp brand is in better shape than ever before – which is good news for dealers wanting to build their business and increase profitability. That’s the
confident, hard-hitting message for 2002 from Sharp EPoS Solutions General Manager Jeff Griffiths. ”Our main focus is the desire to grow the business of
our dealers and we can best do this by working closely together.” 
Top left: The entrance to PCL’s refurbished offices.
From left: Service Manager Gary Worton, Office
Manager, Sue Knowles, General Manager, Richard
Fletcher and Managing Director, Ken Pearson.
Bottom left: New technology is displayed in a
majestic building that dates back over 100 years.
Bottom middle: General Manager Richard Fletcher
and Office Manager Sue Knowles prepare for a
customer demonstration.
Left: Industry veteran Ken Pearson – enjoying
Sharp’s backing.
Welcome to our “ p r o d u c t   s p e c i a l ”
edition of Sharp Focus.
Our centrespread features the Sharp
technology that is creating such an impact
within the ECR and EPoS industry. 
When we were laying out these pages we
thought about specifying the preferred use
for each machine – but that does not do
justice to the technology’s versatility.
Instead we will let the specifications for
each machine talk for itself – while the three
case studies we feature (thanks to the two
dealers who were most helpful in compiling
these stories) shows them in action.
Our products, combined with the
tremendous support we strive to offer all our
dealers, are definitive proof of our on-going
commitment to ensure Sharp is the
automatic choice for industry leaders like
yourself. 
Enjoy reading this issue of Sharp Focus.
Don’t forget we always like to hear from
you!
Sharp has announced its successful dealers who have
achieved Premier Business Partner status in 2002.
All 13 dealers – who received framed certificates at a recent
special Sharp presentation – are market leaders in the EPoS
industry, according to Sharp’s General Manager, Jeff
Griffiths.
We’ve
been..
..Framed!
See page 4 for the full list of
Premier Business Partners
Sharp in Better Shape
than ever before
A former betting shop owner, ECR/EPoS
industry veteran and PCL Retail Systems
managing director, Ken Pearson, knows
all about taking a risk. However, it only
took him 10 minutes to buy his
company’s current offices.
“I was driving past on the way to the
theatre and saw the ‘for sale’ sign. The
location and site was ideal, so I bought
them the next day,” said Ken. “It was
never a gamble because the location is
at the heart of the UK communications
hub, giving us easy access to service blue
chip key accounts,” said Ken. 
PCL, which employs a dozen sales and
technical support staff, celebrates its
on
PCL
21st birthday this year. To coincide with
this landmark achievement, Ken has
recently refurbished the offices with
Sharp taking pride of place.
“Sharp has been an important part of
our past and is equally relevant to our
future. Our Premier Business Partner
status gives us added credibility when
we compete for large corporate
multiples,” commented Ken.
Pre
mier Business Partn
er
Who’s
King of
the
Castle?
See page 4
“We have assembled
Sharp’s strongest
ever EPoS team – it
is up to the dealers
to use us to
optimise their sales
opportunities.”
Jeff Griffiths, General Manager
Introducing your award-winning
team in a reflective mood. (Back
row from left) Tony Moran,
Product Support & Development
Controller; Christopher Martin,
Communications & Marketing Co-
ordinator;  Tony Telford, Field
Sales Manager: Paul Burton,
Product Manager; Rob Edwards,
Corporate Field Sales Manager;
(front row) Roz Cooke, New
Business Development Manager,
EPoS; Jeff Griffiths, General
Manager; Eileen Staves, Area
Sales Manager and Christine
Rhodes, Area Sales Manager
Systems Support Specialists Phil
Hughes (left) and Andrew Sedwell
added to the team last year.
“The stronger our brand becomes,
the easier it is to sell.”
Jeff Griffiths, General Manager
All Star Line-up ★★★★★
All Star Line-up 
★★★★★
Model
Display
Printer
Keyboard
In-Line
RS232
Clerks
Department
PLU
Other
Communications
XEA101
Operator 7 segment
1-station single ply
Raised
No
No
8
80 max 
green LED, 9 digits
57mm x 80mm dia
XEA201
7 segment pop-up LED
1-station single ply
Raised
No
1 port standard
15 (Code entry)
99
1,200
Graphic logo
Operator 10 digits
thermal
Electronic journal
Customer 7 digits
57.5mm x 80mm dia
up to 2000 lines
of transaction data
XEA130
7 segment LED
1-station drum
Raised
No
No
5
Operator 9 digits
57.5mm x 80mm dia
Customer 7 digits
ERA310
7 segment LED
2-station drum
Raised
No
No
30 max
500 standard   
Operator 10 digits
45mm x 80mm dia
Customer 7 digits
ERA330
7 segment LED
2-station drum
Raised
No
No
50 max
750 standard
Operator 10 digits
45mm x 80mm dia
Customer 7 digits
ERA450
7 segment LED
2-station thermal
Raised
No
1 port standard
99 max
50 max
10 000 max
Graphic Logo
Operator 10 digits
45mm x 80mm dia
Overlapped cashier
Customer 7 digits
ERA450S
7 segment pop-up LED
2-station thermal
Raised
No
2 ports standard
99 max
50 max
10,000 max
Graphic logo
Operator 10 digits
45mm x 80mm dia
Overlapped cashier
Customer 7 digits
Scanning
20,000 max EAN’s
ERA470
7 segment pop up
2-station dot matrix
Flat
No
Optional
15 max
50 max
4,300 max
Overlapped cashier
fluorescent dot matrix
45mm x 80mm dia
Operator 2x10 digit
numeric
Customer 7 digits
ERA570/
7 segment pop up
2-station dot matrix
Flat
16 terminals max Optional
255 max
99 max
20,000 max
Overlapped cashier
ERA570C
fluorescent dot matrix
44.5mm x 80mm dia
Operator 2x16 digit
alpha numeric
Customer 7 digits
ECR
CLOSED PoS Machines
OPEN PoS Machines
Sharp has the UK’s most versatile ECR and EPoS product portfolio designed to cater
for every retail and hospitality application, irrespective of size or complexity. Here we
are delighted to feature our all star line-up.
Model
Display
Printer
Keyboard
In-Line
RS232
Clerks
Department
PLU
Other
Communications
UP600
Operator
2-station thermal
Raised
Optional
2 ports standard
12 standard
20 standard/ 1000 standard/ Graphic Logo
Monochrome LCD
58mm wide
/4 max
/126 max
99 max
30,000 max
Overlapped cashier
8 lines x 20 character
real key;
EAN’s 1000 standard/30 000 max
Customer
99 max
Training mode
Large Pop-up LED
code entry;
7 digits 7 segments
10 max presets
UP700
Operator
2-station thermal
Flat
Optional
2 ports standard
12 standard
20 standard/ 1000 standard/ Graphic Logo
Monochrome LCD
58mm wide
/4 max
/126 max
99 max
30,000 max
Overlapped cashier
8 lines x 20 character
real key;
EAN’s 1000 standard/30 000 max
Customer
99 max
Training mode
Large Pop-up LED
code entry;
7 digits 7 segments
10 max presets
ERA770
Operator 5.6” mono
External
Flat
Yes
2 ports standard
6 standard
10 standard/
500 standard/
Electronic Journal –
tilt adjustable backlit
printer options
/6 max
/126 max
99 max
5000 max
up to 3000 lines of transaction data
Customer
real key;
Overlapped cashier
external & integral
255 max
Training mode
display options
code entry;
10 max presets
UP3300
LCD Duty colour
External & integral Analogue
Yes
2 ports standard
6 standard
50 max
5000 max
Overlapped cashier
Operator 10.4”
printer options
touch key
/6 max
/126 max
Electronic journal
640 x 480 pixels backlit
real key;
2 ports for external drawer options
Customer
999 max
Training mode
optional pole display
code entry;
2 line x 20 character
10 max presets
Model
CPU & Memory
Display
Hard Disk
Keyboard
In-Line
RS232
Operating
External
Others
Drive
Communications
System
I/O Slots
UP5300
Intel Pentium P100
Operator
1.6Gb Max Touch key,
Ethernet
4 ports standard
MS-DOS 6.22
2 x ISA slots
Dept 999
RETAIL
DRAM 8Mb
DSTN colour
(Optional)
mouse emulation
/6 maximum
standard
PLU 999999
Flash Rom 2Mb
LCD backlit
Integral real
Windows 98
EAN 999999
(max 6Mb)
10.4” VGA
keypad option
option
Overlapped Cashier
PSRAM 1Mb
(640 x 480)
Clerks 6 standard/126 max (real key)
(max 6Mb)
Customer
999 max (code entry)
BIOS ROM 512kb Flash
Integral & external
Internal/External printer options
DOS ROM Mask Rom
display options
Remote drawer options 2 ports
Video Ram 1Mb
(EDO type)
UP5300
Intel Pentium P100
Operator
1.6Gb Max Touch key,
Ethernet
4 ports standard
MS-DOS 6.22
2 x ISA slots
Dept 999
HOSPITALITY DRAM 8Mb
DSTN colour
(Optional)
mouse emulation
/6 maximum
standard
PLU 999999
Flash Rom 2Mb
LCD backlit
Integral real
Windows 98
EAN 999999
(max 6Mb)
10.4” VGA
keypad option
option
Overlapped Cashier
PSRAM 1Mb
(640 x 480)
Clerks 6 standard/126 max (real key)
(max 6Mb)
Customer
999 max (code entry)
BIOS ROM 512kb Flash
Integral & external
Internal/External printer options
DOS ROM Mask Rom
display options
Remote drawer options 2 ports
Video Ram 1Mb
(EDO type)
UP5350
Intel Pentium
Operator
1.6Gb
Analogue
Ethernet
4 ports standard
Windows 98/ PCI/ISA x 1
Internal/External printer options
MMX 266MHz
DSTN colour
(or greater) touch key
/6 maximum
NT compatible ISA x 1
Remote drawer options 2 ports
DRAM 32Mb standard
LCD backlit
(Optional)
Integral real
96Mb maximum
12.1” SVGA
keypad option
BIOS ROM 512kb Flash
(800 x 600)
DOS ROM Mask Rom
Customer
Video Ram 2
Integral & external
display options
UP5700
Intel Pentium P120
Operator
1.6Gb
Touch key,
Ethernet
4 ports standard
MS-DOS 6.22
2 x ISA slots
Internal/External printer options
DRAM 8Mb/40Mb max
TFT colour
(or greater) mouse emulation
/6 maximum
standard
Remote drawer options 2 ports
Flash Rom 2Mb
LCD backlit
(Optional)
Windows 98
Overlapped cashier
(max 6Mb)
10.4” VGA
option
Clerks 6 standard/126 max (real key)
PSRAM 1Mb (max 6Mb)
(640 x 480)
999 max (code entry)
BIOS ROM 512kb Flash
Customer
Dept 999
DOS ROM Mask Rom
Integral & external
PLU 9999
Video Ram 1Mb
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