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  • Page 1 4 Series Processor H4P5-H48-120, H4P5-H48-HRL-120 Installation Instructions Installation Instructions H4P5-120, H4P5-HRL-120 Please Read Before Installing Please Read Before Installing 12 V 60 Hz 30 W Overview H4P5-H48-120 H4P5-H48-HRL-120 H4P5-120 H4P5-HRL-120 The 4 Series Processors, model numbers H4P5-H48- 120, H4P5-H48-HRL-120, H4P5-120, and H4P5-HRL- 120, have three (3) configurable communication links allowing connection of HomeWorks Wired Keypads, HomeWorks Wired Maestro...

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  • Page 3 into receptacle in bottom of HWI-LV24. The 4 Series programming the system via direct connection to a Processor has battery-backed memory and timeclock laptop computer. If plugging into a network, a standard devices. The battery provides power to these devices cable is used (see Figure 4, below).

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  • Page 7 10.Conecte la alimentación. Enchufe los terminales del 13. Conecte el Vínculo Ethernet. Conecte un conector arnés de entrada de alimentación (cables azules) desde estándar RJ45 al conector Ethernet del Vínculo 9 del el gabinete HWI-LV24 hasta los montantes de alimentación procesador para la programación o las comunicaciones en el Procesador 4 Series.

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  • Page 10 Installation 4. Connecter aux contrôles d’éclairage HomeWorks. Pour les modèles H4P5-H48-120 et H4P5-H48-HRL-120 1. S’assurer que le couvercle du HWI-LV24 du boîtier est seulement, connecter le câblage de communication à partir installé avec sécurité. Localiser et verrouiller le disjonc- des gradateurs HomeWorks Maestro aux concentra- ®...
  • Page 11 10. Alimenter. Brancher le harnais d’alimentation de l’entrée 13. Connecter la liaison Ethernet. Connecter un connecteur du bornier (fils bleus) à partir du boîtier HWI-LV24 sur la standard RJ45 à la liaison 9 du jack du processeur pour cosse du dispositif d’alimentation du processeur4 Series. la programmation du système et pour communiquer avec Connecter la prise de l’adaptateur à...

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  • Page 14 4. Conecte aos controles de iluminação do Instalação HomeWorks. Somente para os modelos H4P5-H48-120 1. Verifique se a tampa de alta voltagem no compartimento e H4P5-H48-HRL-120, conecte a fiação de comunicação HWI-LV24 está presa firmemente. Localize e prenda dos dimmers HomeWorks Maestro ao hub de dimmer ®...
  • Page 15 10. Conecte a alimentação. Ligue os terminais do feixe do sistema via porta serial usando um laptop. Se o de fios da entrada de alimentação (cabos azuis) do processador estiver conectado a um modem, um adap- compartimento HWI-LV24 nos plugues de alimentação tador de modem nulo será...

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Is a CL3 rating sufficient for these cables' application? I see some makes of Lutron Pink (2C 18 shielded) and Lutron White (4C 18 shielded) have just a PVC insulation and CL3 rating. I see other makes that have PVC/Nylon TFFN inner wires, and a PLTC rating. Is 300V low voltage CL3 cable sufficient? It's only carrying low voltage signal, correct? Thanks much.  

That's correct  

CL3 cable is adequate then?  

It is those Sheerwire spec.'s that create confusion. They are they only one's written that way. Liberty has a spec which are CL3: h-t-t-p:// www.libertycable.com/prod_details.php?pitem=LUTRON-PNK&liname=&lincode=CNTOEM and h-t-t-p:// www.libertycable.com/prod_details.php?pitem=LUTRON-WHT&liname=&lincode=CNTOEM and HONEYWELL has theirs which are just CM: h-t-t-p:// www.genesiscable.com/Lighting_control.pdf .... but those Sheerwire spec.'s don't match up. Well, from the horses mouth: LUTRON's Technical Support said the rating would be the same as that for their Grafik Eye cables, and that's their own spec. published: h-t-t-p:// www.lutron.com/cms400/page.aspx?mn=2057&id=17773#Accessories (Click on GRX-CBL).... and the Grafik Eye spec. is for a CL3 cable. So it seems the Sheerwire cables are rated higher than necessary (and then can't be made in a plenum version.) Thanks for helping me sort through it.  

Quote: Originally Posted by Neurorad /forum/post/17873895 Edit#2 - I think I'm somewhat mistaken. From the HW Technical Ref Guide, for the GRAFIK Eye: Two pair [one pair #18 AWG (1.0 mm2), one pair #18-22 AWG (1.0-0.5 mm2) twisted shielded] NEC® Class 2 (IEC PELV) wire For Maestro dimmers: One pair twisted shielded #18-22 AWG (1.0-0.5 mm2) NEC® Class 2 (IEC PELV) wiring. No mention of voltage rating, but if it's in the same box as Class 1 cable, I think it has to be 600v rated per the NEC. They aren't too clear on the twisted shielded description - I always thought that meant twisted pair, but does it mean stranded/twisted? Click to expand...

Check out Signature Wire: http://www.signaturewire.com/Catalog...nProductsID=33  

I used to use Liberty wire for all my Lutron installs. It was cheaper and was available in larger rolls.  

Robert - can you confirm that that the control cable is twisted, like UTP? Says very clearly 'twisted' in the description, and it would make sense to reduce interference with signalling from an adjacent power cable, but I've never seen a pic showing that the control pair is 'twisted' and I've never heard it mentioned. I pulled Liberty's spec sheet for Lutron White - 4 conductors, all 18 AWG, all shielded. (300 Volts RMS) http://www.libertycable.com/RUB_IMAG...cification.pdf Not twisted, as far as I can tell. Lutron Pink - 2 conductor, both shielded. No mention of twisted. (300V RMS) http://www.libertycable.com/RUB_IMAG...cification.pdf Why does the Lutron HW Technical Reference Guide state 'twisted' for the dimmer LV cable spec, while the Lutron Pink from Liberty Cable, printed with 'Lutron Dimmer & Switch' on the jacket? And why the 300V RMS rating from Liberty? I suspect these cables stay outside the junction box for use with Maestro dimmers - Tech Ref Guide diagrams show many wire nuts - pigtailed? I'm not familiar with GRAFIK Eye specs, but the Lutron GRAFIK Eye Accessories webpage states that the non-plenum Lutron product is GRX-CBL-346S Cable, which is CL3 rated. Lutron's product is CL3, but does it have to be? Is that the OP's Q.? CL2 is for Class 2 circuits, and CL3 is for Class 3. It's a Class 2 vs. Class 3 circuit concern. Robert, are you saying the GRAFIK Eye LV wiring is a Class 2 circuit, and that Lutron sells a CL3 cable for it? Lutron GRX-CBL-346S cable spec sheet clearly states that the 22 AWG pair is a 'Twisted Wire Pair'. Oh crap. More than 1 cable used for GRAFIK Eyes. But, both are CL3 rated. One is 4 conductor, the other has a 5th for a 'sense line'. Funny, they call the drain a conductor. http://www.onidserv.com/resources/lu..._nonplenum.pdf So, in essence, Lutron's control cable is twisted, and Liberty's is not?  

The Liberty Cable spec. you posted is twisted. The construction details give it away indirectly by stating 4" lay. ( meaning 3 twists per foot. ) So there is the twist defined although they don't spell it out in the description at the top. The specific mention of "twisted" in LUTRON spec.'s is common usage for a shielded pair like that 22 AWG shielded (twisted) pair. STP = shielded twisted pair / UTP = unshielded twisted pair (and usually data / LAN / Cat 5e referencing.) But spec. writers get lazy and may not always insert the word twisted, even when a cable is. The 4C is going to be characterized as a cable (as opposed to a pair) and manufactures are going to almost always cable (i.e. twist) it anyway... for flexibility and also for appearance. You can (pretty much) always assume twisting - the only exception being telephone POTS station wire 2C 22 AWG and 4C 22 AWG which might not be twisted. Well - -wait a second -- more and more even larger composite cables like Access Control Door cable bundles and Home Automation Cat 5e/CATV coax bubles... may sometimes not be cables even though I'd expect they should be. So maybe the "assume cable is, well, cabled (twisted) -- might not be 100%. Shielded cables certainly should be... the twisting helps them eliminate noise by cancellation. The shield is added noise rejection. = = = = = = My original question was whether these cables are NEC Art. 725 / Article 800(communications grade) regardless of whether they're listed as CM (Art. 800) or CL2/CL3 (Art. 725) (and within that question - whether they are CL2 or CL3 doesn't matter (to me) -- I think that's usually a matter of what UL recognizes or NEC defines by guage size rather than what the wire can actually withstand.) VS -- are / were these cables supposed to be Tray Cable (NEC Article 300) -- might be carrying real voltage / amperage. Sheerwire and Signature make their Lutron styles with this listing (Tray Cable Type TC 600V rated) as if they might be used in household power circuits. Why do they do that when it's not necessary? i don't know. Maybe it's cheaper for them to manufacture (PVC/Nylon insulation) type TFFN individual wires vs. a thicker layer of PVC - primary wire singles (making up the cable.) In summary: my question was whether these are communication grade cables or load carrying circuits.  

Thanks for clearing that up. I wouldn't think 3 twists/foot would do much to reject noise - I'm accustomed to seeing much tighter twists, in UTP. I understand that most cables use twisted wire. Lutron's cable spec doesn't state the number of twists/foot, huh. http://www.lutron.com/grafikeye/spec..._nonplenum.pdf Can't find any other Lutron spec sheet, for the GRX-CBL-346S cable. It has a twisted pair for control, but no spec as to the number of twists. I guess it depends on who is making cable for them that month.  

The twisting in this cable (Liberty Spec.) should still reject noise, such as necessary. Theoretically any twisting will get the common mode noise collateral fields and waves that set up - get them cancelling each in the other wire. But really,this twisting is MORE for flexibility than for noise cancelling. In the 4C cable... I don't know about the effect nor for the need for noise cancelling as in for pairs. (Oh, wait, that 4C is supposed to be a 2 pr, overall shield.) So yes, even in that one. In these cables the twists per foot is usually a multiple of the single wire diameter. For flexibility. UTP does away with shields amd relies entirely on the twisting for noise refection. Each of the 4 pairs has a different twist rate as well, so the pairs don't talk to each other (cross-talk) at data transmission frequencies.That's part of the reason the twists are tighter too, simply because they have to be in order to be different on each pair. I meant no offense in saying "all these cable are (should be twisted.) I could tell you knew that. I was writing for the lurkers, or those who might read this later.  

Thanks, mstringr! So, why doesn't the twisted pair have a tighter twist, like UTP? Shouldn't Lutron be pretty specific about the number of twists/foot? I'd like to see the Lutron-branded cables' twists.  

Quote: Originally Posted by Neurorad /forum/post/17892467 Thanks, mstringr! So, why doesn't the twisted pair have a tighter twist, like UTP? Shouldn't Lutron be pretty specific about the number of twists/foot? I'd like to see the Lutron-branded cables' twists. Click to expand...
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Limitation Warning: While it is possible to control a HomeWorks Illumination system using a HomeWorks QS system, LED feedback based on Homeworks Illumination states will NOT be visible to HWQS. Requirements for Each System: HomeWorks Illumination: Unique telnet username/password for the HWQS system must be created under Link 9 of the Illumination project file. In the Address Assignment screen, select Link 9: enter in a new telnet username and password to be used by the HWQS system; be sure to leave all monitoring/suppression un-checked. Connect Link 9 to the on-site router using an Ethernet cable. Everything should be suppressed and nothing should be monitored. Set a static IP address to the Illumination processor. Complete an upload. HomeWorks QS: Create a new command set for the Illumination system. At the top of the screen, go to "Tools" -> "Edit Command Sets." Name the command set "HomeWorks Illumination." "Check" the "Use RS232 terminator" and select "<LF> (0A)" and "<CR> (0D)" from the drop-down menu. Add the desired commands to the command set using the HomeWorks Illumination Protocol (attached). Create an instance of a 3rd-party device in the software. In the "design" tab, "define equipment" task, add a "Control 3rd party" device (may need to add it from the Toolbox). Name the device to "HomeWorks Illumination System" Enter the static IP address of the HWI processor. Enter the HWI telnet username and password in the HWQS software under the 3rd-party "username" field in this format without quotes or greater-than/less-than signs: "<username>,<password>" "Password" field should be left BLANK! Change the "Edit Commands Sets" column to "HomeWorks Illumination." Program 3rd-party integration command instances to buttons accordingly throughout the HWQS project. Complete a transfer.

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Originally Posted by Armando B. Limitation Warning: While it is possible to control a HomeWorks Illumination system using a HomeWorks QS system, LED feedback based on Homeworks Illumination states will NOT be visible to HWQS. Requirements for Each System: HomeWorks Illumination: Unique telnet username/password for the HWQS system must be created under Link 9 of the Illumination project file. In the Address Assignment screen, select Link 9: enter in a new telnet username and password to be used by the HWQS system; be sure to leave all monitoring/suppression un-checked. Connect Link 9 to the on-site router using an Ethernet cable. Everything should be suppressed and nothing should be monitored. Set a static IP address to the Illumination processor. Complete an upload. HomeWorks QS: Create a new command set for the Illumination system. At the top of the screen, go to "Tools" -> "Edit Command Sets." Name the command set "HomeWorks Illumination." "Check" the "Use RS232 terminator" and select "<LF> (0A)" and "<CR> (0D)" from the drop-down menu. Add the desired commands to the command set using the HomeWorks Illumination Protocol (attached). Create an instance of a 3rd-party device in the software. In the "design" tab, "define equipment" task, add a "Control 3rd party" device (may need to add it from the Toolbox). Name the device to "HomeWorks Illumination System" Enter the static IP address of the HWI processor. Enter the HWI telnet username and password in the HWQS software under the 3rd-party "username" field in this format without quotes or greater-than/less-than signs: "<username>,<password>" "Password" field should be left BLANK! Change the "Edit Commands Sets" column to "HomeWorks Illumination." Program 3rd-party integration command instances to buttons accordingly throughout the HWQS project. Complete a transfer. I tried this and I was expecting it to be all or nothing - either the processors wouldn't connect and it wouldn't work or they would connect and it would work. But what I am getting is a HUGE delay between the time the QS button is pressed and the button press is received by the Illumination system - a single button press was taking 70 seconds on average to execute -- with another 70 seconds or so between the execution of multiple consecutive button presses. The system is not even on a real network so there shouldn't be a traffic issue - I currently have both processors connected to a stand-alone wireless router that has very little security enabled and no internet access ( the one I carry around with me for system set-up). The only devices connected are the 2 processors. Any ideas??? I'm probably just going to put in a NWK like I usually do, at this point even if I get it working I'm not sure I trust it to remain solid once it is connected to a really network with actual traffic and stuff
Barbara, Thank you for this feedback. Would you be able to send the following information to [email protected] and reference this forum post for us to further investigate this application? Thank you. - A support File From the HomeWorks QS system. While connected to the processor, go to "help->support->create support file" - A support File From the HomeWorks Illumination System. While connected to the processor, go to terminal and "file->create support file". - In the HomeWorks QS system, after testing a few commands, please connect into "Tools->Terminal" and send the command "outboundconnections". Right click on the Terminal screen and choose to "Save Log". - A wireshark capture using HomeWorks QS following the steps below: - Connect the free Ethernet port on the processor directly to your computer. - Have the Lutron processor sit on the network with other third party devices - Go to "tools->Terminal" and send the command "#repeatermode, enable" - Open wireshark and connect it to the NIC card in your computer that is connected to the processor - If you do not have the wireshark program, it can be downloaded for free. Search "wireshark" on google and click on "download" - Press "Start" to start the capture on the program. - Reproduce the issue - Save the capture and send it to us for analysis - Log in to the processor in terminal again and send the command "#repeatermode, disable" - We would also want to see a support file to go along with the wireshark capture while connected to the processor after performing this testing.
*************************UPDATE******************* ******** Please use the following steps as there have been a few edits: Requirements for Each System: HomeWorks Illumination: Unique telnet username/password for the HWQS system must be created under Link 9 of the Illumination project file. In the Address Assignment screen, select Link 9: enter in a new telnet username and password to be used by the HWQS system; be sure to leave all monitoring un-checked. Please suppress the prompt and replied Bad commands can be left unsuppressed Connect Link 9 to the on-site router using an Ethernet cable. Everything should be suppressed and nothing should be monitored. Set a static IP address to the Illumination processor. Complete an upload. HomeWorks QS: Create a new command set for the Illumination system. At the top of the screen, go to "Tools" -> "Edit Command Sets." Name the command set "HomeWorks Illumination." "Check" the "Use RS232 terminator" and select "<CR> (0D)" and "<LF> (0A)" (in that order) from the drop-down menu. Add the desired commands to the command set using the HomeWorks Illumination Protocol (attached). Create an instance of a 3rd-party device in the software. In the "design" tab, "define equipment" task, add a "Control 3rd party" device (may need to add it from the Toolbox). Name the device to "HomeWorks Illumination System" Enter the static IP address of the HWI processor. Enter the HWI telnet username and password in the HWQS software under the 3rd-party "username" field in this format without quotes or greater-than/less-than signs: "<username>,<password>" "Password" field should be left BLANK! Change the "Edit Commands Sets" column to "HomeWorks Illumination." Program 3rd-party integration command instances to buttons accordingly throughout the HWQS project. Complete a transfer. - - - Updated - - - *************************UPDATE******************* ******** Please use the following steps as there have been a few edits: Requirements for Each System: HomeWorks Illumination: Unique telnet username/password for the HWQS system must be created under Link 9 of the Illumination project file. In the Address Assignment screen, select Link 9: enter in a new telnet username and password to be used by the HWQS system; be sure to leave all monitoring un-checked. Please suppress the prompt and replied Bad commands can be left unsuppressed Connect Link 9 to the on-site router using an Ethernet cable. Everything should be suppressed and nothing should be monitored. Set a static IP address to the Illumination processor. Complete an upload. HomeWorks QS: Create a new command set for the Illumination system. At the top of the screen, go to "Tools" -> "Edit Command Sets." Name the command set "HomeWorks Illumination." "Check" the "Use RS232 terminator" and select "<CR> (0D)" and "<LF> (0A)" (in that order) from the drop-down menu. Add the desired commands to the command set using the HomeWorks Illumination Protocol (attached). Create an instance of a 3rd-party device in the software. In the "design" tab, "define equipment" task, add a "Control 3rd party" device (may need to add it from the Toolbox). Name the device to "HomeWorks Illumination System" Enter the static IP address of the HWI processor. Enter the HWI telnet username and password in the HWQS software under the 3rd-party "username" field in this format without quotes or greater-than/less-than signs: "<username>,<password>" "Password" field should be left BLANK! Change the "Edit Commands Sets" column to "HomeWorks Illumination." Program 3rd-party integration command instances to buttons accordingly throughout the HWQS project. Complete a transfer.
First, it would be helpful if you highlighted the changes. Secondly - the thing I find interesting is that now you are saying that the prompt and replies should be suppressed in the Illumination system. I reported a problem in another thread where I was getting delays of over a full minute between the button press in QS and the execution of the Illumination command. When we looked into it further we had suppressed the replies and the prompt and the problem was resolved when we unchecked the suppression.

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Hi I just tried the updated procedure and it is wrong .If you leave the monitor "keypad buttons" and "keypad led,s" un checked the delay is 30-50 seconds however if you tick them the response is extremely quick
Thank you for this feedback. We have had different reports from dealers were it has worked best for them when the monitoring is checked, and we have also had reports of better performance when it was unchecked. We would recommend trying both to verify which configuration works best for your application.

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Is it still not possible to monitor LED feedback on a QS system from an Illumination system? Our designer spoke with Tim in tech support and he made it sound like you can now.
Hi Brandon I spoke to technical support after I tried to get this to work and he informed me that the QS system would respond to led feedback as well as cuircut feedback .In fact he said that it would respond to and information sent out by the Homework system .However I have not managed to get this to wok on anything else but keypad button presses (which I got to work extremely well)
Originally Posted by brucep Hi Brandon I spoke to technical support after I tried to get this to work and he informed me that the QS system would respond to led feedback as well as cuircut feedback .In fact he said that it would respond to and information sent out by the Homework system .However I have not managed to get this to wok on anything else but keypad button presses (which I got to work extremely well) Thanks for the response! How did you go about monitoring the KBP on QS that were coming from Illumination?
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In the Designer Software (v.22.5.0.7921) there is a part number (HQP7-RF-2L) (next to the HQP7-RF ClearConnect Gateway - Type X) in the Toolbox. Does anyone know what this is/does? It's labeled "HomeWorks Dual Radio Processor" and the image is the same as the Type X Gateway. I Googled the part number, and I put it in a search on Lutron's web site but I get no results.

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We just announced at CEDIA 2022 the new Homeworks Radio Frequency Processor. Please take a look at our site using the model number HQP7-RF or please take a look at the links below to help further explain what the new all in one processor does. This would take place of a HQP7-(1 or 2) to use a completely wireless link for Clear Connect Type A and Type X devices. This can also be used standalone with the 22.5 software for a single processor system. https://www.lutron.com/TechnicalDocu...ary/043580.pdf https://www.lutron.com/TechnicalDocu...691222_ENG.pdf

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Verrrrry interesting. So essentially this is a standalone processor that handles both Type A and Type X wireless devices the same way that Radio Ra3 does it correct? So if you have a Homeworks job that's only going to be wireless, you don't need to spend money on a panel, power supply, and a hybrid repeater just to get started and you also get Type X to go with it so you don't have to get a Separate Gateway?!? That is pretty awesome! How many can you use on a single system? I haven't seen pricing on this, but I'd imagine it's a lot cheaper to get this over a 2nd processor and a hybrid repeater so would this be the preferred way to add wireless capabilities to an existing system? If so, can you connect it to the open ethernet port on a QSX processor (along with a POE injector) instead of using an external router/switch to ensure the system will still work properly if the network stops working or is disconnected for some reason?

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What happens if you want to get a Mux connection for other modules??? Add a 1 link processer?

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Originally Posted by drewski300 What happens if you want to get a Mux connection for other modules??? Add a 1 link processer? Yes. Same as adding a second 1/2 link processor if you needed a third or fourth QS Link

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Is there any particular reason that this can't work with a QS job? We have an Illumination upgrade that we had to spec QS (HWI and H48 links). There are 2 outbuildings that are all tied together on an single network (LAN). It would be great if we had this device available to make the two outbuildings RF, rather than having to sell two single link processors and two more RF repeaters.

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Originally Posted by CSjogren Yes. Same as adding a second 1/2 link processor if you needed a third or fourth QS Link ovo You're right.
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The results of producing metal products of the steel and alloy ingots manufactured on an ALD furnace are presented. Remelting with growth rate and drop pulse frequency control is tested. (08‒12)Kh18N10T steel is studied to determine the depth of shrinkage and subshrinkage defects in all ingots of all sizes (250, 320, and 500 mm in diameter). The quality of steels and alloys in chemical composition, mechanical properties, long-term strength, macrostructure, and nonmetallic inclusions are analyzed in terms of regulatory documents. The affordability of the implemented remelting process was about 4.4 mln rubles.

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