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****** Page 2 ****** elvaco CMa11L Content 1.1 1.2 3.1 3.3 5.1 5.2 5.4 5.5 6.1 6.2 6.3 6.5 6.5. 6.6 6.8 7.1 7.2 User’s Manual English 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 DOCUMENT NOTES COPYRIGHT AND TRADEMARK … …. ………………………………………… …. ………………………………………… CONTACTS IMPORTANT USAGE AND SAFETY INFORMATION USING THIS MANUAL 3. 4. 5. 2 PURPOSE AND AUDIENCE ONLINE RESOURCES SYMBOLS INTRODUCTION 1 APPLICATION DESCRIPTION GETTING STARTED 3 55.1 5.5.2 5.5.3 5.54 PURPOSE PRODUCT SPECIFICATION ….. 7 MOUNT THE DEVICE DEMOUNT THE DEVICE CONNECT THE DEVICE TO LoRAWAN NETWORK Product configuration Network preparation Activation and LED indications Deactivate/reboot sensor 10 ADMINSTRATION REFERENCE 11 6.4 PURPOSE. SECURITY AND ACCESS CONTROL CONFIGURATION OPTIONS ADAPTIVE DATA RATE (ADR) TRANSMIT INTERVAL 6.5.1 6.5. 2 3 EcoMode Manual transmit interval MaxDTx SDC DATA MESSAGE FORMATS ….. ….. ….. ….. ……………………………………. … 7 6 . 7.1 6.72 6.73 Standard Compact JSON DOWNLINK TROUBLESHOOTING No TELEGRAMS ARE RECEIVED FROM THE SENSOR TEMPERATURE VALUE IS INACCURATE TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS 11 11 11 12 12 12 13 13 14 . 14 14 15 15 16 17 17 17 18 TYPE APPROVALS 20 DOCUMENT HISTORY 21 10. 1 11 11. 1 11.2 VERSIONS REFERENCES TERMS AND ABBREVIATIONS NUMBER REPRESENTATION 21 22 22 22 CMa11L User’s Manual English page | 2 (22)

****** Page 3 ****** elvaco CMa11L User’s Manual English 1 Document notes All information in this manual, including product data, diagrams, charts, etc. represents information on products at the time of publication, and is subject to change without prior notice due to product improvements or other reasons. It is therefore recommended that customers contact Elvaco AB for the latest product information before purchasing a CMa1 IL product. The documentation and product are provided on an “as is” basis only and may contain deficiencies or inadequacies. Elvaco AB takes no responsibility for damages, liabilities or other losses by using this product. 1.1 Copyright and Trademark 0 2019, Elvaco AB. All rights reserved. No part of the contents of this manual may be transmitted or reproduced in any form by any means without the written permission of Elvaco AB. Printed in Sweden. CMa1 IL is a trademark of Elvaco AB, Sweden. 1.2 Contacts Elvaco AB Kabelgatan 2T 434 37 Kungsbacka SWEDEN Phone: +46 300 30250 E-Mail: info@elvaco.com Elvaco AB Technical Support Phone: +46 300 434300 E-Mail: support@elvaco.se Online: elvaco.com CMa11L User’s Manual English page | 3 (22)

****** Page 4 ****** CMa11L User’s Manual English elvaco 2 Important usage and safety information The following safety precautions must be observed during all phases of the operation, usage, service or repair of any CMa1 IL product. Users of the product are advised to convey the following safety information to users and operating personnel and to incorporate these guidelines into all manuals supplied with the product. Failure to comply with these precautions violates safety standards of design, manufacture and intended use of the product. Elvaco AB assumes no liability for customer’s failure to comply with these precautions. All instructions must be carefully read before CMa1 IL is installed and used. They contain important information about how the product is used properly. The installation of CMa1 IL should not be started before the technical specifications are fully understood. The work must be performed in the order listed in this manual, and only by qualified personnel. The work must also be done in accordance with national electrical specifications and applicable local regulations. In order to avoid the product being damaged by static electricity, an ESD wristband should be worn when handling the product. The labelling of the product must not be changed, removed or made unrecognizable. CMa11L User’s Manual English page | 4 (22)

****** Page 5 ****** elvaco CMa11L User’s Manual English 3 Using this manual 3.1 Purpose and audience This manual covers information needed to mount, configure and use the CMa1 IL indoor temperature and humidity sensor for LoRaWAN. It mainly targets installers and system integators. 3.2 Online resources To download the latest version of this user’s manual, please visit the Elvaco website at elvaco.se/en/. 3.3 Symbols The following symbols are used throughout the manual to emphasize important information and useful tips: The Note symbol is used to mark information that is important to take into consideration for safety reasons or to assure correct operation of the sensor. The Tip symbol is used to mark information intended to help you get the most out of your product. It can for example be used to highlight a possible customization option related to the current section. CMa11L User’s Manual English page | 5 (22)

****** Page 6 ****** elvaco CMa11L User’s Manual English 4 Introduction 4.1 Application description Long range and extensive battery-life with LoRaWAN CMa1 IL is a temperature and humidity sensor for high-accuracy measuring in indoor environments. The sensor uses LoRaWAN, a low-power wide-area network (LPWAN) communication technique, to offer a combination of long range and high energy-efficiency; by using EcoMode, the sensor achieves a guaranteed battery-life of at least 12 years. All data that is delivered from end-point to receiving application is encrypted with double layers of 128-bit encryption keys to maximize security. A completely digitalized metering chain CMa1 IL supports Elvaco One-Touch Commissioning for secure and flexible deployment of your devices. Simply download the Elvaco OTC App to claim your sensor and all product-specific keys are automatically transferred to your user account. Via the Elvaco OTC App, configuration profiles are easily created and shared with other users to make the configuration of the sensors simple and faultless. CMa11L CMa11L User’s Manual English page | 6 (22)

****** Page 7 ****** elvaco CMa11L User’s Manual English 5 Getting started 5.1 Purpose This chapter provides instructions on how to get started with CMa11 L. After reading and carefully following each step of this chapter, the sensor will be installed and operational. 5.2 Product specification 1 5.3 Mount the device 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. NFC antenna Green LED Red LED Product label Push button O O 2 3 O 4 5 C gut. CMa1 IL is mounted on a wall by using the holes on its back cover. Avoid mounting the sensor near supplementary heat sources, such as kitchen stoves or in direct sunlight. Make sure to mount the product at least 1.5 meters above the floor and at least 1 meter from nearest radiator. Do not mount the product on an external wall or near a door. If mounted over a conduit pipe, make sure that the pipe is filled to prevent air flow. CMa11L User’s Manual English page | 7 (22)

****** Page 8 ****** elvaco CMa11L User’s Manual English 5.4 Demount the device To demount the sensor, carefully insert the end of a screwdriver in the upper part of one of the enclosure bottom holes, as illustrated by Figure 1. Figure 1: Demounting CMa1 IL 5.5 Connect the device to LoRaWAN network 5.5.1 Product configuration The sensor is normally configured via the Elvaco OTC App, which is downloaded via the following link: otc.elvaco.se/app. For more information about the Elvaco OTC App, please refer to the separate Elvaco OTC App User’s manual available at Elvaco’s website. To scan/configure to the sensor, start by locating the NFC antenna on your phone. Thereafter place it next to the center of CMa1 IL and hold it still until the phone vibrates. The Elvaco OTC App is only available for Android phones with Android 5.0 or later. Table 1 provides a summary of all configurable parameter in CMa1 IL. Parameter Configuration lock Power mode Maximum daily transmissions (MaxDTx) Description Device Used to prevent unauthorized access to the sensor. When enabled, the device-specific Product Access Key (PAK) is required to configure the device. The PAK is assigned to the Elvaco OTC user login as part of background process when claiming the device. Used to activate/deactivate the sensor. Upon activation, the sensor will automatically attempt to join the LoRaWAN network. At delivery, the power mode of the sensor will be “off, i.e. no messages will be transmitted The maximally allowed number of transmissions of the device per day. This setting only applies when EcoMode is inactive. Default value Open Off Off CMa11L User’s Manual English page | 8 (22)

****** Page 9 ****** CMa11L User’s Manual English EcoMode Transmit interval Message format SDC mode SDC data Activation type Join EUl/App EUI Device address When activated, the transmit interval is adapted to the current signal conditions on the LoRaWAN network in order to achieve a guaranteed battery-life of at least 12 years. Sets how frequently the sensor transmits data (with a minimum limit of 5 minutes). This setting only applies when EcoMode is inactive. Sets the format of the message that is transmitted from the sensor. See section 6.7 for more detailed information. Activates/deactivates the SDC functionality in the module. By using this field, a 4-character ASCII message can be sent from the end-user to the receiving application. See section 6.6 for more information. LoRaWAN Sets the way the product joins the LoRaWAN. When using OTAA (Over-the-air activation), LoRaWAN keys are automatically generated when the sensor joins the network. In ABP (Activation by personalization) mode, ke s are manuall added and sta static over time. The ID of the application where data from the sensor will end up. 64-bit number used by the sensor to identify itself on the LoRaWAN network. The device address only has to be configured in ABP mode. When using OTAA mode, it will be automatically generated when the sensor joins the LoRaWAN network. elvaco On Standard Off OTAA ox oo oo oo oo oo oo 00 00 Device-specific Table 1: Configurable parameters 5.5.2 Network preparation In order for the CMa1 IL to connect to the LoRaWAN network, the network server needs to be prepared with key and device information. More specifically, the device EUI, the application key and the Join EIJI of the sensor needs to be registered in the network server when using OT AA mode. (In ABP mode, the following information needs to be added: Application Session key, Network Session key, Device address.) All keys are generated in production and provided to the device owner when the sensor is claimed (via the OTC App or via batch claim). For security reasons, keys cannot be read from the device via NFC. Elvaco strongly recommends using OT AA mode in order to facilitate deployment and minimize the risk of duplicated keys. 5.5.3 Activation and LED indications When the product information has been registered in the network server and the sensor has been activated, it will automatically connect to the LoRaWAN network. There are two ways to activate the sensor: 1. 2. Press and hold the Push button (5) on the back of the product for at least 5 seconds until the green LED lights up. Start the Elvaco OTC app and scan the sensor by placing the back of your phone next to the front of the sensor. Navigate to the Apply tab and set Power mode to “Active”. Click Apply and place the device on top of the sensor in the same way as when the device was scanned. CMa11L User’s Manual English page | 9 (22)

****** Page 10 ****** CMa11L User’s Manual English elvaco Make sure to locate the NFC antenna on your phone before scanning the sensor. It should be placed as close as possible to the sensor’s NFC antenna (1) to facilitate scanning of the device. Network join When activated, the sensor will attempt to join the LoRaWAN network. Activation is indicated by a short flash of the green and the red LED. When CMa1 IL succeeds in joining the LoRaWAN network, the green LED will light up for 8 seconds, as indicated by Figure 2. In case of failing eight join attempts, the sensor will wait for 60 minutes before initiating another join attempt cycle in order to conserve battery. A new join attempt cycle can be manually started anytime by pressing and holding the push button (5) for at least 5 seconds until the green LED lights up. When the sensor has joined the LoRaWAN network, data will be transmitted every minute for 10 minutes in order to calibrate to the appropriate data rate. After this initial calibration phase, the sensor will start using its configured settings. Figure 2: LED indication, network join Soft start In rare cases, if the battery is weak, the sensor will perform a soft start in order to be able to start up despite the battery condition. It normally takes 10 minutes to complete. The phase is indicated by flashes of the red LED every 10th second, as indicated by Figure 3. 10s 5.5.4 Deactivate/reboot sensor 10s Figure 3: Soft stan To reboot the sensor, press and hold the push button (5) for 5-15 seconds. Release the button when the green LED is lit. To deactivate off the sensor, press and hold the push button for 15-20 seconds. Release the button when the red LED is lit. The sensor can also be switched off by using the Elvaco OTC App. CMa11L User’s Manual English 10s Figure 4: Reboot/deactivate sensor page | 10 (22)

****** Page 11 ****** elvaco CMa11L User’s Manual English 6 Adminstration reference 6.1 Purpose This section contains detailed information about available configuration options and message formats for CMa11L. 6.2 Security and access control CMa1 IL has a configuration lock feature which can be used to prevent unauthorized access to the sensor. When the configuration lock has been enabled, a product access key (PAK) is required to configure the sensor. For more information about security and access control for CMa1 IL, please refer to the One-Touch Commissioning (OTC) documentation, available at Elvaco website. 6.3 Configuration options CMa1 IL can be configured in two ways: via the Elvaco OTC App or via downlink. (See section 6.8 for more information about how to use downlink.) Table 2 provides a summary of all the parameters that can be read from and configured in CMa1 IL. Parameter DevEUI Firmware version Current Data Rate RSSI (signal strength) Current temperature Current humidity Network joined Configuration lock Power mode MaxDTx EcoMode Transmit interval (non-EcoMode only) Message format Product status: open Readable Readable Readable Readable Readable Readable Readable Readable / Writeable Readable / Writeable Readable / Writeable Readable / Writeable Readable / Writeable Readable / Writeable Product status: locked + correct PAK Device Readable Readable Status Readable Readable Readable Readable Readable Configuration Readable / Writeable Readable / Writeable Readable / Writeable Readable / Writeable Readable / Writeable Readable / Writeable Product status: locked + no PAK Readable Readable Readable Readable Readable Readable Readable Readable Readable Readable Readable Readable Readable Downlink configuration N/A N/A N/A Writeable N/A Writeable Writeable Writeable Writeable CMa11L User’s Manual English page | 11 (22)

****** Page 12 ****** CMa11L User’s Manual English SDC mode SDC data Factory reset Activation type Join EUI Device address Readable / Writeable Readable / Writeable Writeable Readable / Writeable Readable / Writeable Readable / Writeable Readable / Writeable Readable / Writeable Writeable LoRaWAN Readable / Writeable Readable / Writeable Readable / Writeable Readable Readable / Writeable Readable Readable Readable elvaco Writeable N/A N/A N/A Table 2: Readable and configurable parameters, CMa11L 6.4 Adaptive data rate (ADR) Adaptive Data Rate (ADR) is part of the LoRaWAN standard where the network server determines the optimal rate of communication for the sensor based on current radio conditions. In optimal cases, the sensor will use the highest possible data rate (DR5) in order to maximize battery-life. When signal conditions are poor, the data rate will be lower to increase the probability that the network server will receive the message. 6.5 Transmit interval The transmit interval of CMa1 IL is set automatically via EcoMode or manually. You can also set an upper limit for the number of messages transmitted from the sensor each day by using the MaxDTx parameter. 6.5.1 EcoMode By using EcoMode, a battery-life of at least 12 years is guaranteed. The achieved battery-life will depend on the data rate used, which in turn is depends on current signal conditions. In EcoMode, the transmit interval will be adapted to the current data rate, which means that the sensor will transmit data less frequently in case of poor signal conditions in order to conserve battery. Table 3 summarizes the transmit interval that will be used for different data rates in EcoMode. Data rate DRO DRI DR2 DR3 DR4 DR5 Transmit interval 120 minutes 60 minutes 20 minutes 15 minutes 10 minutes 5 minutes Table 3: Transmit intetva/s in EcoMode The guaranteed 12-year battery-lifetime is calculated from the first activation of the sensor. If EcoMode has been disabled at any time, the 12-year battery life can no longer be guaranteed. CMa11L User’s Manual English page | 12 (22)

****** Page 13 ****** CMa11L User’s Manual English elvaco The 12-year battery-life guarantee only applies to message format standard and compact. In order to achieve 12 years of battery life in EcoMode, the sensor 6.5.2 Manual transmit interval The transmit interval can be set to a fixed value by inactivating EcoMode and setting the transmit interval parameter. Table 4 provides a guideline for how long the battery of the sensor is expected to last for different signal conditions and transmit interval settings. Transmit interval 5 minutes 10 minutes 15 minutes 5 minutes 10 minutes 15 minutes 5 minutes 10 minutes 15 minutes DRO 1 year 2 years 3 years 1 year 2 years 4 years 1 year 2 years 3 years DRI DR2 DR3 Message format standard 2 years 4 years 7 years 4 years 8 years 12 years 8 years 14 years 18 years Message format compact 2 years 5 years 7 years 2 years 4 years 5 years 5 years 9 years 13 years 9 years 16 years 20+ years Message format JSON 4 years 7 years 10 years 7 years 12 years 16 years DR4 14 years 20+ years 20+ years 15 years 20+ years 20+ years 11 years 18 years 20+ years DR5 20+ years 20+ years 20+ years 20+ years 20+ years 20+ years 18 years 20+ years 20+ years Table 4: Expected battery-life for different transmit intervals 6.5.3 MaxDTx In some cases, it might be necessary to limit the number of daily transmissions that the sensor is allowed to send. This can be done by using the MaxDTx parameter. For example, by setting MaxDTx to ’24”, no more than 24 telegrams will be transmitted every day. These will be evenly distributed, so in this case the sensor will deliver hourly values. Table 5 provides a few examples. MaxDTx configuration 1 24 48 96 CMa11L User’s Manual English Maximum number of transmissions No limit One per day One per hour One per 30 minutes One per 15 minutes Table 5: MaxDTx examples page | 13 (22)

****** Page 14 ****** elvaco CMa11L User’s Manual English 6.6 SDC data The SDC data field can be used to write 4 ASCII characters to the sensor by the end-users. When SDC mode is enabled, a telegram will be sent to the receiving application each time a new value is written to the SDC data field. The SDC telegram is sent by confirmed uplink to enable the sensor to perform retries if data is not received. Up to three retries will be performed. When a value has been written to the SDC field, you can get information about the SDC telegram status via the “SDC status” field in the Elvaco OTC App. Table 6 provides a description of the possible states of the parameter. State 0K Failed Sending Description The SDC telegram has been successfully received by the network server. All four attempts to deliver the SDC telegram to the network server have failed. The SDC telegram is currently being sent to the network server. Table 6: SDC status parameter The SDC functionality can easily be activated/deactivated in the sensor by switching SDC mode to on/off. 6.7 Message formats CMa1 IL has three different message formats: Standard, Compact and JSON. Each message format is described in detail in this section. 6.7.1 Standard In message format Standard, the data is M-Bus encoded. The telegram contains information about message format, temperature and relative humidity. Table 7 provides a detailed description of each field in the telegram. Byte index 1 2 3-4 5 6 7 8 Data oxoo ox02 ox65 Oxnn nn OxOl OxFB OxlB Oxnn CMa11L User’s Manual English Description Message format standard Instantaneous temperature DIF Instantaneous temperature VIF, external temperature Instantaneous temperature x 100 oc In case of error the temperature will be set to -300. Instantaneous relative humidity DIF Instantaneous relative humidity VIF, extension table FB Instantaneous relative humidity VIFE Instantaneous relative humidity %RH In case of error the relative humidity will be set to 200. page | 14 (22)

****** Page 15 ****** CMa11L User’s Manual English (9) (10-13) 6.7.2 Compact OxOF Oxnn nn nn nn elvaco End of standard M-Bus. Indicated that the rest of the telegram is manufacturer-specific. This byte is only included in the SDC telegram, i.e. in the first telegram sent when the SDC data field has been updated. SDC data. These bytes are only included in the SDC telegram, i.e. in the first telegram sent when the SDC data field has been updated. Table 7: Message format standard telegram In message format Compact, the telegram has been compressed to make the telegram as small as possible. Table 8 provides a detailed description of each field in the telegram. Byte index 1-2 3 (4-7) 6.7.3 JSON Data OxOl Oxnnnn Oxnn Ox nn nn nn nn Description Message format compact Temperature x 100 oc, 2 decimals (IsByte -> msByte) In case of error the temperature will be set to -300. Relative humidity %RH In case of error the relative humidity will be set to 200. SDC data. These bytes are only included in the SDC telegram, i.e. in the first telegram sent when the SDC data field has been updated. Table 8: Compact mode telegram In message format JSON, the telegram is presented in plain text. Figure Figure 5 provides an example of how the telegram is structured. Figure 5: JSON mode telegram example Each time the SDC data field is updated, an extended telegram will be transmitted from the sensor. Figure 6 provides an example. CMa11L User’s Manual English page | 15 (22)

****** Page 16 ****** CMa11L User’s Manual English 6.8 Downlink elvaco Figure 6: JSON SDC telegram The sensor supports downlink for remote configuration via the network server. Commands sent by downlink will be processed by the sensor at the next wake-up. Therefore, time-critical operations should not be performed via downlink. Downlink commands are sent on port 2 on the following format: “0xOO” “TLV” “Number of bytes in configuration” “Configuration” Table 9 provides a detailed description of the downlink commands available for CMa11 L. Parameter Configuration lock Tx interval (only applies when EcoMode is inactive) Message format SDC mode EcoM0de MaxDTx TLV ox05 ox06 ox07 oxoa OxOF ox21 Number of Configuration bytes in configuration OXOI ox02 OXOI OXOI Ox00 = Enable configuration lock OXOI = Disable configuration lock OxNumber of minutes (Isbyte-> msByte) Ox00 = Message format standard OXOI = Message format compact Ox02 = Message format JSON OXOO = Disable SDC mode = Enable SDC mode oxoo = Disable EcoM0de = Enable EcoM0de Maximum number of transmissions per day Table 9: Downlink configurations page | 16 (22) Example ox00050101 (Enables configuration lock) Ox0006021 EOO (Sets Tx interval to 30 minutes) Ox00070101 (Sets message format to compact) ox00080100 (Disables SDC mode) OxOOOF0100 (Disables EcoMode) ox00210118 (Limits the number of daily transmissions to CMa11L User’s Manual English

****** Page 17 ****** elvaco CMa11L User’s Manual English 7 Troubleshooting 7.1 No telegrams are received from the sensor Verify that: The sensor has been activated. The sensor is within range of the LoRaWAN gateway. The sensor is not mounted inside a metallic cabinet. The sensor is not disturbed by other radio equipment. 7.2 The Application key, the Join EUI and the Device EUI of the sensor has been correctly registered in the network server. Temperature value is inaccurate Although the temperature sensor is normally very accurate, an incorrect positioning of the product can sometimes result in unintended temperature variations. When mounting the sensor, verify that: The product is not mounted near any heat sources. The product is not mounted in direct sunlight The product is not mounted in a spotlight beam. CMa11L User’s Manual English page | 17 (22)

****** Page 18 ****** CMa11L User’s Manual English 8 Technical specifications 250 bit/s – 5470 bit/s Type Casing material Protection class Dimensions (w x h x d) Weight Mounting Supply voltage Operating temperature Operating humidity Operating altitude Pollution degree Usage environment Storage temperature Measurement range, temperature Measurement range, humidity Frequency Output power Receiver sensitivity Device class LoRaWAN version Activation Data rate Temperature: +10 to +30 Temperature: O to +10 oc Temperature: -10 to +0 oc Temperature: below -10 oc or above +30 oc Repeatability RH Humidity: 10 to 90 0/ORH CMa11L User’s Manual English Value Mechanics ABS UL94-VO IP30 80 x 80 x 25 75 Wall-mount Unit mm Electrical connections Battery (3.6 V) Environmental specifications -20-55 o -100 0-2000 Degree 2 Indoors -40-85 -20-60 0-100 m 868 14 -135 Radio characteristics MHz dBm dBm elvaco Comments White Life span 12 years (when using EcoMode) No condensation Bi-directional LoRaWAN characteristics Class A 1.0.2 OTAA or ABP DRO-DR5 Temperature sensor, margin of error 0.2 Humidity sensor, margin of error O/ORH O/ORH page | 18 (22)

****** Page 19 ****** elvaco CMa11L User’s Manual English Humidity: below 10 %RH or above 90 0/ORH Green LED Red LED Push button Configuration Table 10: Technical data CMa11L User’s Manual English User interface Activation Super-cap indicator Start-up/ reboot/ deactivate device NFC via Elvaco OTC App or downlink page | 19 (22)

****** Page 20 ****** elvaco CMa11L User’s Manual English 9 Type approvals CMa1 IL is designed to comply with the directives and standards listed below. Approval EMC LoRa Alliance Description EN 61000-6-2, EN 61000-6-3 Certified by LoRa Alliance Table 11: Type approvals CMa11L User’s Manual English page | 20 (22)

****** Page 21 ****** CMa11L User’s Manual English 10 Document History 10.1 Versions Version 1.0 Date 2019-04 Descri tion First version Table 12: Document version CMa11L User’s Manual English elvaco Author Anton Larsson page | 21 (22)

****** Page 22 ****** elvaco CMa11L User’s Manual English 1 1 References 1 1.1 Terms and abbreviations Abbreviation ABP OTAA OTC PAK 1 1.2 Number representation Explanation Activation by personalization Over-the-air activation One-Touch Commissioning Product Access Key • Decimal numbers are represented as normal numbers, e.g. 10 (ten) • Hexadecimal numbers are represented with prefix Ox, e.g. OXOA (ten) CMa11L User’s Manual English page | 22 (22)

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