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INFORCE 6603™ NANO SYSTEM ON MODULE (SOM)

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INFORCE 6603™ NANO SYSTEM ON MODULE (SOM)
 

A production ready LGA Packaged Nano SoM based on Snapdragon™ 820 for Interactive IFPD hardware

The LGA packaged Inforce 6603 SOM enables multiple video inputs in 4K60 fps including analog inputs and concurrent 4K60 fps VBO and HDMI display outputs. The product’s enhanced hardware and software capabilities make it ideal for product makers to create collaborative video conferencing solutions.

The Snapdragon 820 platform offers an improved user experience with 4K UHD HEVC video, multimedia, and connectivity options!

  • Customized Kryo™ CPU: Delivers maximum performance and low power consumption. Kryo is Qualcomm's first custom 64-bit quad-core CPU manufactured in advanced 14nm FinFET LPP process (ARM®v8 ISA compatible)
  • Adreno™ 530 GPU: Visual Display Processing delivers graphics, visual, and display enhancements that improve overall fidelity while reducing power consumption
  • Spectra™ 14-bit dual image signal processors (ISPs) to achieve multiple HDMI Inputs at 4660 fps
  • Hexagon™ HVX-512 DSP includes Hexagon Vector eXtensions and Sensor Core with low-power island for always on sensor processing
 

Block Diagram

6502 micro som block diagram

 

Specifications

Based on the Snapdragon™ 820 processor (APQ8096) manufactured in 14nm FinFET LPP process

  • Kryo™ ARMv8 ISA 64-bit quad-core CPUs arranged in two dual-clusters, running at 2.2GHz (Gold) and 1.6GHz (Silver) each respectively
  • Adreno™ 530 GPU with 64 bit addressing and designed for upto 40% better graphics compute and lower power consumption
  • Hexagon™ HVX-512 DSP with dual-Hexagon vector processor (HVX-512) designed for 825MHz for ultra-low power audio and computer vision processing
  • Spectra™14-bit dual Image Signal Processors (ISPs) to derive multiple HDMI Inputs that can stream at 4K60 fps

PROCESSING POWER, MEMORY, AND STORAGE

  • Qualcomm® Snapdragon™ 820 (APQ8096 SoC) processor
  • 4GB on-board PoP LPDDR4
  • 64GB UFS 2.0 gear 3 (1 lane)
  • SD v3.0, up to HS400
  • Intelligent scalable power management for superior energy efficiencies

AUDIO, VIDEO, INTERFACE, AND CONNECTIVITY

  • H.264 (AVC) playback @4K60
  • H.265 (HEVC) playback @4K60
  • 5x HDMI Inputs and One DP input – all capable of 4K60 fps
  • One AV In; One VGA Input and One Component Input – all capable of 1080p@60 fps
  • Windows 10 OS through OPS module with seamless switching between Android and Windows
  • Hi-Fi Audio with codec support for MP3, AAC + eAAC, WMA9/Pro, Dolby AC-3, eAC-3, and DTS
  • One VBO Output and One HDMI Output – both capable of 4K60 fps and can render concurrently
  • 802.11ac 2X2 MU-MIMO 2.4GHz/5GHz WiFi with DBS; BT 4.2LE
  • Speaker audio driven from Audio codec WCD9335
  • GbE Uplink and GbE Downlink
  • SPDIF Audio
  • Drivers for common peripherals
  • Android Pie BSP support

POWER, MECHANICAL, AND ENVIRONMENTAL

  • Power Input: VPH_PWR +3.2 to +4.5V
  • Dimensions: 50mm x 30mm; 303 LGA Pins
  • Operating Temp: 0 to +70 C (Commercial)
  • Relative Humidity: 5 to 95% non-condensing
  • RoHS and WEEE compliant

Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 Processors for Advanced Embedded Applications

Build the most advanced embedded systems using superior multicore performance, immersive graphics, and an energy efficient platform for exceptionally long battery life and miniaturized industrial designs.

As one of the most cutting-edge mobile processors ever created, the Qualcomm® Snapdragon™ 820 processor supports the ultimate in connectivity, graphics, photography, power and battery efficiency. The Snapdragon 820 (APQ8096) has been designed from the ground up to be unlike anything else. By combining cutting-edge processing capabilities with power-efficient features, the Snapdragon 820 (APQ8096) processor not only works harder than its predecessors, it also works smarter. Additionally, with Snapdragon processors, Inforce Computing offers a clear product release path for embedded device OEMs and developers – starting with production-ready, customizable system-on-modules (SOMs), single-board computers (SBCs) and development kits and scaling up to larger solutions and custom design services. Here're a few salient features and benefits of the Snapdragon 820 (APQ8096)processor:

1. Powerful Kryo CPU: The new Qualcomm® Kryo™ CPU has 2x performance and efficiency when compared to the CPU of Snapdragon 810. As the first custom-designed 64-bit quad-core CPU, the Kryo CPU uses Qualcomm® Symphony System Manager as an intelligent resource management tool for Snapdragon that extends control of task scheduling and power management across the entire processor.

2. Efficient Hexagon 680 DSP: Significant improvement to the Hexagon 680 DSP enables the CPU to offload many audio and imaging tasks for more efficient processing. The Hexagon 680 DSP also allows for ultra-low power “always-on” sensors and advanced low power-image processing.

3. Immersive visual graphics: The next-generation of visual processing technologies is finally here, thanks to the power of the new Adreno 530 GPU. As our highest performance GPU yet, the Adreno 530 in the Snapdragon 820 processor along with the Kryo CPU are capable of generating photorealistic graphics for console-quality gaming and next-generation virtual reality apps, while delivering up to 40% improvement to graphics performance and compute capabilities when compared to the Adreno 430.

4. Advanced Spectra Camera ISP: The Snapdragon 820 (APQ8096) harnesses the newest innovations in mobile photography to redefine today’s camera capabilities. Supported by the latest 14-bit image sensors, hybrid autofocus and multi-sensor fusion algorithms, the Spectra camera ISP captures a wider range of colors and supports computational photography. Plus, the Snapdragon 820 also has Hexagon 680 with HVX (Hexagon Vector eXtensions), which supports advanced imaging and computer vision.

5. Advanced WiFi: The Snapdragon 820 (APQ8096) processor fundamentally changes the way Wi-Fi works with your phone by supporting 802.11ac 2x2 MU-MIMO — which allows Wi-Fi to be up to 3x faster than 802.11ac without MU-MIMO.

Here're more specifics on why Snapdragon 820 (APQ8096) processor can empower next-gen embedded systems:

  • Quad core Kryo CPUs (ARM®v8 ISA compatible) running at 2.2GHz (Gold cluster) and 1.6GHz (Silver Cluster) for processor-intensive computing
  • Adreno 530 GPU with 64-bit addressing and support for OpenGL ES 3.2, OpenCL 2.0, and Vulcan for breathtaking graphics
  • Hexagon 680 DSP with dual-Hexagon Vector Processor (HVX-512) @825MHz for low power computer vision and audio processing
  • Dual Spectra Image Signal Processors (ISPs) @1.2GP/s and support for zero shutter lag (ZSL)
  • Complete 4K60 encode/decode system -- 4K60 H.265/VP9 decode with uncompressed 4K display via HDMI 2.0 supported
  • Dual MIPI-DSI (4-lane) and touchsceen capability
  • Trio of MIPI-CSI (3x4-lane)

If the above features will meet your requirements, Snapdragon 820 (APQ8096) processor based Inforce Computing platforms will be a great fit for advanced embedded systems such as 

  • High-end industrial IoT systems that require high-performance and low-power compute at the edge of the network
  • Advanced portable and connected medical systems that require state-of-the-art DSP for signal and image processing and improved battery life
  • Next-gen augmented and virtual reality enhanced hands-free computing/head mounted displays that require rich graphics processing at low power consumption
  • Video analytics that require compute intensive facial recognition algorithms to run and process on real-time
  • Run computer vision algorithms on commercial robots and drones that process real-time video for collision avoidance and navigation

android

Android 9 (Pie) BSP release

  • Periodic Android based BSP releases include in-depth documentation along with a host of royalty-free multimedia codecs
  • Contact Sales team at sales@inforcecomputing.com for software solutions and customizations

The full-featured releases have support for the following peripheral devices and I/Os:

  • Snapdragon™ 820 processor Kryo™ 64-bit quad-core CPUs arranged in two dual-clusters, running at 2.2GHz (Gold) and 1.6GHz (Silver) each
  • USB-C with UltraHD display support; Input, OTG, MTP and mass storage devices
  • 17 concurrent USB interfaces (10xUSB-HS and 7xUSB-SS)
  • SD card access
  • Persistent MAC address programming for WiFi/BT and Ethernet*
  • VBO and HDMI displays with touch screen support
  • HDMI Inputs with audio
  • DP Input
  • Analog Inputs (VGA, CVBS, YPbPr)
  • Audio – Speaker playback; Line-In recording
  • IR Remote control
  • Qualcomm SDKs’ support
  • MIPI-CSI camera sensor
  • Miracast
  • WiFi 802.11n/ac dual band (2.4 GHz and 5 GHz client functionality); BLE 4.2
  • Control of user provisioned LEDs (Front panel)
  • Android Verified Boot(dm-verity)
  • Android Recovery

 Specialized solutions through SDKs from Qualcomm that are enabled from the Android BSP on Inforce 6603 Nano SoM

  • Snapdragon Neural Processing Engine SDK, for artificial intelligence (AI) is designed to run one or more neural network models trained in Caffe/Caffe2, ONNX, or TensorFlow on Snapdragon platforms, whether that is the CPU, GPU or DSP and provides customers a powerful, energy efficient platform for delivering intuitive and engaging deep learning-driven experiences on their product.
  • FastCV SDK for Android that is designed to make it easy to integrate facial processing and facial recognition features into your application. Inforce also enables the OpenCV APIs to provide even more extensive capabilities in the Computer Vision domain.
  • The Hexagon™ SDK that is designed to enable device manufacturers and independent software providers to optimize the features and performance of multimedia software. These optimizations help allow audio, imaging, embedded vision, and heterogeneous computing acceleration on the Hexagon DSP embedded in Snapdragon processors.
  • The Adreno™ SDK, with which you can take full advantage of the graphics and computation power provided by the Adreno GPU and optimize applications for faster frame rates, smoother rendering, and longer battery life.
  • The Snapdragon™ Power Optimization SDK that is designed to allow developers to make requests to the Qualcomm Snapdragon processor on how the internal frequency control mechanism can assist your application in runtime power and performance scheduling decisions.

QDevTechweb

  • Early access to leading edge APIs and next generation features. 
  • A product roadmap that keeps developers on the latest technology curve from Qualcomm

Documentation

Document
Inforce 6603 Datasheet Download
The Inforce BSP Explained Download
Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 (APQ8096) Processor Product Brief Download
Qualcomm Adreno 530 GPU Infographic Download
Qualcomm Hexagon 680 Infographic Download
Qualcomm Spectra ISP Infographic Download
Qualcomm Kryo CPU Infographic Download

Introduction

1.What is Inforce 6603™ Nano SOM

The Inforce 6603 Nano SOM is a high performance tiny System on Module (SoM) in a LGA package designed for collaborative Video conferencing solutions. It is based on Qualcomm’s custom Quad-core 64-bit Kryo CPU (Snapdragon 820) processor for embedded applications. The Inforce 6603 Nano SOM comes in an ultra-small form factor of 50mm x 30mm and has 303 pins with a pitch of 1.27mm with 0.8mm pad.

2.Does SMART Wireless offer a reference carrier board for the 6603™ Nano SOM based on the Qualcomm Snapdragon 660 processor?

The 6603 Nano SoM is designed to be a perfect core for an all-in-one digital interactive meetings platform. This SoM in conjunction (soldered) with the production carrier that brings out the necessary interfaces will power collaboration and Video conferencing solutions.

A reference carrier board will need to bring out a minimum set of appropriate interfaces for the interactive whiteboards and this product is in the works. Please stay tuned for announcements on our website for this reference design.

SMART Wireless would be glad to help customers developing their own carriers with custom flip-top sockets during their development phase.

3.Does SMART Wireless provide any custom design solutions since some designs wouldn’t be able to use the standard SoM’s form factor and or features?

Yes, while we offer standard products off-the-shelf (OTS) on our website and through our multiple distributors, we also have a strong background in customized hardware and software solutions. We offer pre-validated build-to-order (BTO) configurations, as well as configure-to-order (CTO) options for existing products. For customers wanting to design their own unique form-factor carrier board to interface with the OTS Inforce 6603 Nano SOM, we offer design assistance support packages that include dedicated engineer, reference schematics and design reviews—contact SMART Wireless sales for more details. In addition, SMART Wireless also offers full custom hardware design and associated software/device driver development, for those projects where a unique hardware design is required to meet sophisticated technical challenges.

4.Where can I find more information about the Inforce 6603 Nano SOM? What do I get when I buy an Inforce 6603 Nano SOM? Is the device available internationally?

Inforce’s website has a lot of useful information about our SOMs at http://www.inforcecomputing.com/products/system-on-modules-som Please check on the exact product SKU for the pre-loaded software, available memory and supported temperature ranges. The Inforce 6603 Nano SOM requires a carrier board (like all SOMs do) to power up and connect to peripheral devices and gain access to the extensive set of I/Os that are available on the Nano SOM. If you are considering the Inforce 6603 Nano SOM for the first time, please contact our sales team to procure the full product that includes the carrier board that has the SoM soldered on it and the necessary cables and power supply.

Once you register the product with Inforcecomputing.com, you would get dedicated support from Inforce.

The board ships to most places worldwide and relevant shipping and local tax/customs duty charges may apply. Please contact sales@inforcecomputing.com for pricing details or any additional questions that you may have before buying an Inforce 6603.

5.Does SMART Wireless Computing have a blog?

Yes! You can find our periodic blogs at http://inforcecomputing.com/blog/.Here you can keep up with all of the latest information about Inforce products, conference/trade show appearances, and innovative customer case-studies and applications.

General

6.What are the accessories available?

Our website http://www.inforcecomputing.com/products/accessories all the available accessories.Please note that User Guides and product datasheets are available for all accessories.

7.Does the board support a cellular or GSM connection?

The Inforce 6603 does not include support for a wireless modem. Third party cellular modem dongles can be connected to the Inforce 6603 based reference design via USB ports and may require special drivers from the respective manufacturers. We can also help you design in a 3rd party cellular modem module in your custom carrier board that is mated with an Inforce Nano SOM.

8.Does the SoM support extended temperatures?

Yes, we can help customers support extended temperatures on their product based on our Nano SoM. We provide a detailed app note on determining a suitable solution for heat transfer from the SoM. We will be glad to propose a cooling solution for the thermal dissipation of heat for the full system too after we have details of your chassis.

9.What is the storage capacity of the Inforce 6603 Micro SOM? Is it expandable?

The on board storage (UFS) capacity is 64GB. Storage can be expanded by connecting a Micro-SD card on the Inforce 6603 development kit. Please check on the exact product SKU for details on pre-loaded software and available memory.

10.What are the performance details of the Inforce 6603? What is the speed of the RAM?

The Inforce 6603 Nano SOM based on the Snapdragon 820 (APQ8096) processor, which includes ARM® Cortex®-A72 class computing through its custom Kryo™ Quad-core ARMv8 64-bit CPUs organized as two clusters viz., Gold@2.15GHz each with 32KB of L1 I-Cache, 24KB L1 D-Cache, L2 1MB, and Silver@1.593GHzeach with 32KB of L1 I-Cache, 24KB L1 D-Cache, L2 512KB. The Qualcomm® Adreno™ 530 is capable of 500+ GFLOPS of general purpose compute and provides support for OpenGL ES 3.2 and OpenCL 2.0. Note that these libraries are provided as binaries only

The onboard 4GB LPDDR4 RAM operates at 1866MHz

All our Android releases are benchmarked with Antutu and validated with the Qualcomm Trepn™ Profiler to ensure that all cores are capable of operating at their maximum frequency.

11.What types of displays are supported and at what resolutions?

The product supports concurrent VBO and HDMI at 4K60fps. The SoM supports native display interfaces of dual-link MIPI-DSI up to WQXGA (2560 × 1600) 24bpp @60 Hz refresh and HDMI 2.0.

12.What are the capabilities of the video Decoder/Encoder on the Inforce 6603 Nano SOM?

Please refer to http://developer.android.com/guide/appendix/media-formats.html for supported codecs from Android. Hardware accelerated capabilities of the APQ8096 SoC are:

  Supported Codec Profile(s) Resolution/Bitrate/Framerate
Video Decode H.265 (HEVC) Main profile up to level 5.1 1080P/40mbps/30fps 1080P/60mbps/60fps 3840x2160/100mbps/60fps 4096x2160/100Mbps/60fps
H.264 (AVC) Baseline, main, high profiles; up to level 5.1 1080P/40mbps/30fps 1080P/60mbps/60fps 3840x2160/100Mbps/60fps 4096x2160/100Mbps/60fps
H.263 Profile 0; up to Level 70 864x480/2mbps/30fps
MPEG-4 Simple, Advanced simple profiles; up to levels 8 and 5, respectively 1080P/40mbps/30fps 1080P/60mbps/60fps
MPEG-2 Main profile 1080P/40mbps/30fps
VC-1 Adv Main, Simple and High profile 1080P/40mbps/30fps 1080P/60mbps/60fps
DivX DivX 3.11/4/5/6 DivX 3.11 – 720x480/2mbps/30 fps DivX 4.x/5.x/6.x – 1080P/10mbps/30fps
VP8   1080P/20mbps/30fps 3840x2160/100Mbps/30fps
Video Encode H.265 (HEVC) Mainprofile up to level 5.1 1080P/40mbps/30fps 3840x2160/100mbps/30fps 4096x2160/100Mbps/24fps td>
H.264 (AVC) Baseline, main, high profiles; up to level 5.1 1080P/40mbps/30fps 3840x2160/100Mbps/30fps 4096x2160/100Mbps/24fps
H.263 Profile 0; up to Level 70 864x480/2mbps/30fps
MPEG-4 Simple, Advanced simple profiles; up to levels 8 and 5 respectively 1080P/40mbps/30fps
VP8   1080P/20mbps/30fps 3840x2160/100Mbps/30fps

13. What are the camera capabilities of the Inforce 6603 Nano SOM?

The Inforce 6603 Nano SOM brings out all the three native MIPI-CSI camera interfaces that support 4 lanes from CSI0, CSI1 and CSI2 each. Multiple digital video inputs that include 5x HDMI Inputs and one DP input and Analog inputs that include CVBS, YPbPr and VGA are derived from CSI0 and CSI1. The CSI2 is available for a camera input.

Our platforms are typically validated with a Sony IMX230 sensor (21MP) based camera module for 4K@30fps capture and record. This module can be purchased as an accessory from http://www.inforcecomputing.com/products/accessories

14. How much power does the SoM draw? Is it possible to measure the power?

The Inforce 6603 SoM takes 3.8V DC power or Battery. The Reference Design is powered by a 12V/3A wall adaptor. Our products typically offer support for 7V-16V power input range. The total power consumed by the Inforce 6603 Reference Design ranges between 6W to 17W when different use cases are executed. There are no test points made available to measure run-time power on the board. But the input current through the DC jack can be measured during different use-cases. Please note that we run the Qualcomm Trepn™ profiler as part of our validation process on all of our stock Android releases.

15. What are the audio capabilities?

The SoM has LPASS (Low-Power Audio Sub-System) powered by Hexagon aDSP. The audio Codec WCD9335 and Speaker Driver drives audio interfaces such as I2S, SLIMBUS, PCM, PDM, etc. The carrier provides a combo-jack connector consisting of mic in and speaker out. SPDIF audio is also available. Audio is also available on the HDMI Input and from the USB lines.

16. What are the sensor capabilities?

Snapdragon 820 processor’s Hexagon DSP cluster has a dedicated sensor core to support always-on sensor-aware apps.

17. What documents are provided? Are board design files also provided?

We provide datasheets, user guide and a Hardware Reference Manual. Schematics are not provided for the Inforce 6603 Nano SOM. Board design files are proprietary and are the intellectual property of SMART Wireless Computing, and hence not provided.
All software releases are accompanied with release notes, user guides and application notes that describe the installation procedure.

18. What is the support model from SMART after products are purchased?

SMART Wireless Computing offers a range of standard products off-the-shelf (OTS) on its website and through our distributors (Arrow/Mouser/Atlantik). Apart from these, it offers pre-validated build-to-order (BTO) configurations, as well as configure-to-order (CTO) options for existing products. In addition, we also offer full custom hardware design and associated software/device driver development, for those projects where a unique design is required to meet sophisticated technical challenges. All purchases of our products get unlimited access to the online TechWeb support portal, which provides a host of technical documentation and software downloads. Purchasers are also provided free technical support for two support tickets. For a sustained technical support, SMART Wireless offers Design Assistance Support Contracts for shorter periods of time and Annual Support Contracts for its customers who would like unlimited prioritized technical support. Please contact SMART Wireless Computing to obtain more details of the support contracts.

 

Networking, IO and Wireless

19. Does the device support networking and wireless communication?

Supported connectivity includes concurrent GbE uplink and GbE downlink, 802.11ac 2X2 MU-MIMO 2.4GHz/5GHz + Bluetooth 4.1LE (available via Qualcomm Atheros QCA6174A).

20. How can I change the MAC address for WiFi/BT/Ethernet on my Board?

MAC addresses are fixed at the factory. Changing them should not be necessary since the correct addresses are programmed before the board is shipped. If it is still required, please refer to the Release Notes and App notes available on our TechWeb support portal.

21. What are the IO interfaces available?

Standard I/O interfaces including I2C, SPI, UART, UIM, GPIOs, and on-board Serial Console are available. The Snapdragon 820 processor supports 1x USB 3.0 (OTG) and 1 x USB 2.0.. Please refer to the product specifications in the Hardware Reference Manual or the datasheet for more information.

 

Software

22. What operating systems are supported and what is the OS roadmap for the Inforce 6603 Nano SOM?

A Board Support Package (BSPs) for Android Pie is available today as an officially supported package. Periodic releases shall be provided with feature improvements on this package. SMART Wireless also upgrades the BSPs to newer Android releases to support feature improvements on its platforms. Please stay tuned for announcements on our website for update releases.

23. Is root access possible on Inforce boards? Could you please explain how to get root privileges in Android?

Yes. As Android derives from the Linux kernel, rooting an Android device gives similar access administrative permissions as on Linux. Please give below commands in adb shell to get root privileges
#adb root
#adb remount

24. Is fastboot supported? How to enter fastboot??

Yes. To go to fastboot mode, keep the Vol- button pressed before powering on the board and release it after the board has powered on.

25. I’ve modified the boot partitions on my board and the board is no longer booting. What should I do?

If the UFS (flash memory) partitions have been erased or the partition table has been corrupted, you can recover through a procedure that uses the USB port. Please logon to our Techweb repository to access the necessary document.

26. Is the Hexagon DSP available on the Inforce 6603 platform?

Yes. Qualcomm’s Hexagon DSP architecture is designed to deliver performance with low power over a variety of heterogeneous computing applications. It has features such as hardware assisted multithreading, privilege levels, VLIW, SIMD and instructions geared toward efficient signal processing. The Inforce 6603 micro SoM comes with the Hexagon™ 680 DSP with dual-Hexagon vector processor (HVX-512) designed for 787 MHz for ultra-low-power audio and computer vision processing. Qualcomm also opens up a comprehensive Hexagon SDK for all its processors that provides for a complete environment to generate dynamic Hexagon DSP code modules. Please checkhttps://developer.qualcomm.com/software/hexagon-dsp-sdk for downloading the SDK.

27. Why isn’t Google Play (previously Android Market) available on my board?

Google Play is part of Google Mobile Services (GMS) and is licensed separately by Google. This is usually available on commercial Android devices. Though our hardware is capable of meeting requirements of the Google Test Suite that would lead to GMS certification, we have not added this to our product. Please contact our sales team if this is a requirement for your product.

Nevertheless, it is possible to side-load any Android application using the following commands: #adb devices #adb mount #adb remount #adb install apk

Should you have further questions not answered by the above FAQ and would like to have them included here, please contact SMART Wireless Computing.

SMART Wireless Computing offers SKU variants of the Inforce 6603 SoM to suit varied end-use applications.
Part Number Description Availability
IFC6603-00-P1 Snapdragon 820 processor, Android OS, 4GB RAM, 64GB UFS. Contact Sales
SYS6603-00-P1 IFC6603-00-P1 SoM based Development Product. Contact Sales

For more information and to place an order for more quantities, contact the Inforce sales team at +1 510 623 1231 or at sales@inforcecomputing.com.

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SKU IFC6603

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