Bloomfield 2072 Operating instructions

654
PROGRAMMING MANUAL
for
E-MAX™ COFFEE BREWERS
E-Max BREWERS are covered under
U. S. Patents #5704275, 5862738 & 6,095,031.
Other U.S. Patents and Canadian Patents Pending
p/n 73674 Rev. H
M654 110703 cps
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Thank You for purchasing
this Bloomfield Industries
appliance.
Proper installation,
professional operation and
consistent maintenance
of this appliance will ensure
that it gives you the very best
performance and a long,
economical service life.
PRECAUTIONS & GENERAL INFORMATION
OPERATION
PROGRAMMING
CONTROL PANEL CONFIGURATIONS
OPERATOR LEVEL PROGRAMMING
ADVANCED PROGRAMMING
PROGRAMMING TABLE
PROCEDURES
BREW SETTINGS
TIME FUNCTIONS
SERVICE & COUNTERS
MACHINE SETTINGS
FACTORY SETTINGS
ADJUSTING INLET VALVE TIME
CALIBRATION
PULSE BREW AND PRE-INFUSION
TEST PROGRAM E-MAX™
ADDENDUM Extract of Service Bulletin
APPLICATION
Proper setup is essential to
achieving the optimum
performance this appliance
can provide.
This manual applies to the following E-Max™ brewers:
This manual contains the
information needed to perform
operator level programming,
and to setup initial program
parameters for this appliance.
Airpot Brewer Models
2082 2083
Note: This manual also
applies to those E-Max™
brewer model having suffix
letters (e.g. 2074FRL).
Tea Brewer Models
2030 2032
Decanter Brewer Models
2012 2015 2016
2088
Thermal Brewer Models
2080 2085 2086
xi
2072
2074
2075
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PRECAUTIONS AND GENERAL INFORMATION
WARNING: Electric Shock Hazard
All servicing requiring access to non-insulated components must be performed by qualified
service personnel. Do not open any access panels which require the use of tools. Failure to
heed this warning can result in electrical shock.
WARNING: Injury Hazard
All installation procedures must be performed by qualified personnel with full knowledge of all
applicable electrical and plumbing codes. Failure could result in property damage and
personal injury.
WARNING Electric Shock Hazard
Brewer must be properly grounded to prevent possible shock hazard. DO NOT assume a
plumbing line will provide such a ground. Electrical shock will cause death or serious Injury.
WARNING: Burn Hazard
This appliance dispenses very hot liquid. Serious bodily injury from scalding can occur from
contact with dispensed liquids.
This appliance is intended for commercial use only.
This appliance is intended for use to brew beverage products for
human consumption. No other use is recommended or
authorized by the manufacturer or its agents.
This appliance is intended for use in commercial establishments,
where all operators are familiar with the appliance use,
limitations and associated hazards. Operating instructions and
warnings in the corresponding Service Manual must be read and
understood by all operators and users.
Except as noted, this piece of equipment is made in the USA
and has American sizes on hardware. Please note: Metric
hardware is used to mount the inlet (Fill) solenoid. All metric
conversions are approximate and can vary in size.
Any trouble shooting, component views and parts lists included
in this manual are for general reference, and are intended for
use by qualified service personnel.
This manual should be considered a permanent part of this
appliance. The manual must remain with the appliance if it is
sold or moved to another location.
CAUTION: Equipment
Electrical Damage
DO NOT plug in or
energize this appliance until all
Installation Instructions are read
and followed. Damage to the
Brewer will occur if these
instructions are not followed.
CAUTION: Burn Hazard
To avoid splashing or
overflowing hot liquids,
ALWAYS use an empty decanter
before starting the brew cycle.
Failure to comply can cause
serious burns.
CAUTION: Burn Hazard
After a brew cycle, brew
basket contents are HOT.
Remove the brew basket and
dispose of used grounds with
care. Failure to comply can cause
serious burns.
CAUTION: Burn Hazard
Exposed surfaces of the
appliance, brew basket
and decanter may be HOT to the
touch, and can cause serious
burns.
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OPERATION
OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
IMPORTANT:
All E-Max™ brewers are
tested and set at the factory.
If programming adjustments are necessary,
refer to the appropriate
section of this manual.
To over-ride the Brew
Wait mode, press and
hold the BREW key for
3 seconds when the
brewer is in Brew Wait
mode (i.e. when brew light
is flashing). The brew will
proceed immediately
regardless of water
temperature. This feature
should only be used when
testing water volume,
otherwise the brew will
proceed with the water
below the precise brew
temperature.
Note: the following
safety features have been
incorporated to prevent
multiple unattended
brews:
The brew key is disabled
during a brew cycle. This
minimizes the possibility
of double brewing.
When the “Brew” light is
on or flashing, repeated
pressing of the BREW
switch will be ignored,
(there will be a beep each
time it is pressed). A
Brew will only be activated
when the “Brew” light is
off.
1. Energizing the Brewer: When electricity has been connected to
the unit, there will be a momentary flash of the power light. Turn
the brewer on by pressing the POWER key. The
brewer will start to fill the tank. With the proper
water supply the tank should be filled in about 2½
minutes. Once filled, the heating element will come
on until the proper tank temperature has been
reached, (which will take about 20 minutes on
120-Volt models or about 12 minutes on 120/240
Volt models).
2. Brewing (Precise Temperature for Brewing™ — PTB™): In the
regular operating mode, the E-Max™ maintains the tank
temperature within +/- 1ºF of the brew temperature.
Normally this will mean that a brew will be started
as soon as the BREW key is pressed. However,
there may be a slight delay if the BREW key is
pressed immediately after a brew has been
completed (notably on 120 volt models). If the tank
temperature is below the brew temperature, the
brew will be delayed, going into the “Brew Wait”
mode, with the brew light flashing. As soon as the
correct temperature is reached the brew will
commence with the brew light on continuously during the brew. When
the brew begins the main warming station will be turned on
automatically (if it is not already on). During the brew cycle, if the
BREW key is pressed, it will be ignored. Only when the brew is
complete can another brew be started.
3. Brew Cancel: To cancel a brew in progress, press the CANCEL
KEY: two beeps will sound and the “Brew” light
will go out. Water flowing to the brew chamber
will be stopped immediately, but if there is
already water in the brew chamber, it will take a
few moments before this drips through as
coffee.
4. Normal Operation (Non Brewing): When the unit is not brewing,
the E-Max™ maintains the water temperature at the Precise
Temperature for Brewing™ (PTB™). The heating element will
cycle on and off automatically to maintain this temperature.
5. After Hours Mode: If no brew is detected for a pre-selected length
of time, the brewer will enter the After Hours mode. Temperature
will be allowed to drop to save energy. Pressing the BREW KEY
returns the brewer to normal operation.
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OPERATION (continued)
USER’S GUIDE
1. Remove the brew chamber from under the spray head.
Place one (1) genuine Bloomfield paper filter into the brew
chamber. Add your choice of pre-measured ground coffee.
Shake the brew chamber gently to level the coffee.
Slide the brew chamber back into place.
WARNING:
Burn Hazard.
This appliance
dispenses very hot liquid.
Serious bodily injury from
scalding can occur from
contact with dispensed
liquids.
CAUTION:
Burn Hazard
2. Place an empty decanter under the brew chamber.
3. To begin the brew cycle, press BREW key. Hot water will start
spraying over the coffee, and brewed coffee will start filling the
decanter. When the coffee stops flowing from the brew chamber,
the fresh coffee is ready to serve.
To avoid splashing or
overflowing hot liquids,
ALWAYS use an empty
decanter before starting
the brew cycle. Failure to
comply can cause serious
burns.
CAUTION:
Burn Hazard
NOTE: Brewing will not begin until the Precise Temperature for
Brewing™ has been reached. (See page 6)
4. At the end of the brew cycle, the view screen will read “Brew complete”.
After all dripping has stopped, remove the brew chamber from the
brewer. Discard the used paper filter and grounds.
After a brew cycle, brew
chamber contents are
HOT. Remove the brew
chamber and dispose of
used filter and grounds
with care. Failure to
comply can cause serious
burns.
CAUTION:
Burn Hazard
Brew complete
Exposed surfaces of the
appliance, as well as brew
chamber and decanter
may be HOT to the touch,
and can cause serious
burns.
5. The brewer is now ready to begin another brewing cycle.
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PROGRAMMING - CONTROL PANEL CONFIGURATIONS
DECANTER BREWERS
1
2
3
4
5
6
BREW
BREW CANCEL
POWER
MAIN WARMER
FRONT WARMER
REAR WARMER
Key 1
Key 2
Key 3
Key 4
Key 5
Key 6
AIRPOT & THERMAL
BREWERS
TEA BREWERS WITH
VOLUME KEY
1
2
3
4
BREW
BREW CANCEL
POWER
STANDARD
VOLUME
5 SMALL
VOLUME
6 LARGE
VOLUME
Key 1
Key 2
Key 3
Key 4
Key 5
Key 6
TEA BREWERS WITHOUT
VOLUME KEY
1
2
3
4
BREW
BREW CANCEL
POWER
HIDDEN UNDER
“E”
5 HIDDEN UNDER
“a”
6 HIDDEN UNDER
“T”
4
Key 1
Key 2
Key 3
Key 4
Key 5
Key 6
PROGRAMMING - OPERATOR LEVEL
PROGRAMMING FEATURES AND OPTIONS
1. View Water Temperature in Tank: To view the water temperature on the screen, the brewer
brewer must be ON, and not brewing or in the filling mode. Press and hold the 4th key, and
depress the 6th key. The actual water temperature will be displayed for 3 seconds.
2. Daily Brew Count: The brewer maintains a count of the number of completed brews for a 7-day
period. To access the count, turn the brewer OFF by pressing the 3rd key. In the OFF mode,
press and hold the 2nd (CANCEL) key for 3 seconds. The current day and brew count will be
displayed. Depress the 3rd key repeatedly to view each preceding day. When all 7 days
have been displayed a 7-day total will be displayed. If you wish to exit the daily brew count
before viewing all of the days, press the 2nd key.
3. ON/OFF – Non Automatic Timer: To turn the brewer OFF, press the 3rd key (ON/OFF ):
2 beeps will be heard and the brewer will be turned OFF, indicated by all lights being off,
(including any warmer plates on decanter brewers). To turn the brewer ON, press the 3rd key:
2 beeps will sound, all lights will flash once, then the “Power” light will remain on, (the “Heat” light
may come on if water temperature is too low).
4. ON/OFF – Automatic Timer Feature: The factory programmed brewer has the automatic
timer turned off. To set the automatic timer, refer to page 13, “Time Functions” Menu. If the
Automatic Timer feature is programmed off, the brewer can be turned on and off by depressing
the 3rd (ON/OFF) key, as noted above.
* When the Automatic Timer feature is programmed ON, the brewer will turn on and off
automatically, at a programmed time, Monday to Friday; with a separate on and off
programmed time schedule for Saturday and Sunday.
* Temporarily Overriding the Automatic ON/OFF function. While in the automatic timed OFF
mode the brewer can be started by depressing the 3rd (ON/OFF) key. The brewer will
remain ON until the automatic programmed off time, when it will turn OFF and resume normal
automatic timed functioning. Similarly, if turned OFF during the automatic timed ON mode
the brewer will remain OFF until the next programmed on time, when it will turn on and
resume normal automatic timed functioning.
5. Automatic Start-Up in Previous Mode: If the brewer automatic timer is OFF (the factory
setting) and power is disconnected, the brewer will start up when power is restored, in the mode
it had been in prior to the power disconnection. If the brewer has the timer setting ON and
power is disconnected, the brewer will start up in the mode that it should be in at the time the
power is restored.
6. Viewing Programmed Brew Volume: (Airpot & Thermal Brewers Only) The brewer can have
up to 4 different brew volumes. When a volume other than the standard, or first brew volume, is
selected, the brewer will complete that volume and then automatically reset to the standard, or
first brew volume. With the brewer ON, press and hold the 2nd key. The 1st, or standard,
volume will be displayed for 3 seconds (i.e. Volume #1 64 oz)., followed by the day and time.
7. Changing Brew Volume: (Airpot & Thermal Brewers Only) As outlined above, display the
current brew volume and, before the display changes to day and time, depress the 2nd key
momentarily, (not for 3 seconds). The next programmed brew volume (e.g. Volume#2 32 oz.)
will be displayed for 3 seconds, after which the display will return to the day and time. Repeatedly
press the 2nd key while programmed volumes are shown to view all brew volumes. (If there is
only one brew volume programmed, only that volume will be displayed.) The last brew volume
displayed, before the LCD returns to the day and time, is the brew volume that the brewer will
brew the next time the BREW switch is depressed. When a brew volume other than the 1st brew
volume is selected, the brewer will complete the brew then return to the 1st or standard brew
volume automatically.
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PROGRAMMING - OPERATOR LEVEL (continued)
8. Clock
A. Time – Battery Backup. The E-Max™ has a battery backup system which will maintain the
proper time during power failures, or when the brewer is unplugged (even for very prolonged
periods of time). Normally there will not be a need to set the time except for Daylight Saving
Time changes, or moving the brewer to different time zones.
B. Changing Day and Time: To change time, turn the E-Max™ off. Press the 2nd key twice
followed by the 1st key twice to access the time change mode, (i.e. press CANCEL, CANCEL,
BREW, BREW). In the time change mode the screen will read “Day:” followed by the current
day setting. Use the 6th key to advance the day, or the 5th key to reverse. When day has
been properly set, press the 3rd key. The screen will now read “Time:” with the set time on
the screen, the hour and am or pm flashing. Use the 5th key to go back or the 6th key to
advance the hour, making sure that the am or pm is correct. When the hour and am/pm is
correctly set, press the 3rd key, and the screen will read “Time:” with the set time on the
screen, minutes flashing. As previously use the 5th or 6th keys to adjust the minutes, and
press the 3rd key when complete. The E-Max will return to the off mode. (Changing time can
also be done in the regular programming mode. Consult the E-Max™ Programming Manual)
C. After Hours™: Consult page 13 “Time Functions” to set the After Hours™ mode. The
factory programming has the After Hours™ mode turned OFF. The After Hours™ can be
programmed to come on from 1 to 6 hours after the last brew. When the E-Max™ goes into
the After Hours™ mode, any warmer plates left on will be turned off (on decanter brewers),
the water in the tank will be allowed to drop from the normal brewing temperature and will re
heat less frequently – this feature saves energy and extend component life. While in the After
Hours mode, the power light will flash continuously. When the BREW switch is pressed the
E-Max™ automatically reverts back to normal operation, heating the water to the Precise
Temperature for Brewing™ (PTB™), before starting the brew. (The power light will be on
continuously and the Brew light will flash until the correct water temperature is reached.)
9. Countdown Quality Timer™: The E-Max™ factory programming has the Countdown Quality
Timer™ turned OFF. Consult page 13 “Time Functions” to activate the Countdown Quality
Timer™ feature:
This feature offers independent Countdown Quality Timers for each warmer plate. The count
down timer can be set from 20 to 360 minutes (in 5-minute increments). When a warmer plate is
turned on (or, for the main warmer, as soon as a brew is complete,) the countdown time begins.
At the end of the selected time there will be two beeps and the warmer plate light will flash
continuously until reset. While the light is flashing the heating element for the warmer plate
remains on. Push the warmer plate switch to turn the warmer off, and switching it again will
re-start the countdown time.
10. Pulse or Pre-Infusion Volume Options: To set these features, refer to page 19, “Brew Settings
Menu”. If a particular brew volume has utilized the pulse or pre-infusion option, that volume will be
displayed with an asterisk (*) after the volume. As an example “Volume#2 64oz*” would indicate
that the second programmed brew volume has utilized the pulse or pre-infusion program options.
11. Keypadlock™: This feature is OFF in the standard factory settings. To set the feature refer to
page 14, “Machine Settings Menu”. If the Keypadlock™ feature is activated, there will be no
response by the brewer when the keys are depressed (except for the beep after a key is pressed).
To temporarily “unlock” the keypad, press and hold the CANCEL key for 6 seconds. A beep will
be heard indicating the keypad is now “unlocked”, — a brew can be initiated, warmer plates
turned on or off, etc. The keypad will remain unlocked until the brew is completed, then
automatically return to keypadlock™ mode. If a brew is not initiated 60 seconds after “unlocking”,
the system will time out and return to the “locked” position.
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PROGRAMMING - OPERATOR LEVEL (continued)
12. View Filter Statistics: To view filter statistics, turn the brewer off. Press and hold the 1st key
(Brew), and depress the 3rd (ON/OFF) key. Total water volume will be displayed (TotalVol.).
Press the 3rd key to view the Filter Life (FltrLife:). Press the 3rd key to view the percentage of
the filter that has been used. (If the filter option is used, the filter life volume needs to be entered
in the program – see page 14, Service & Counters Menu.)
13. Diagnostic Messages – Programmed Safety Features: When the E-Max™ senses a problem,
it will automatically turn off all elements and valves, flash lights, display the message
“Call For Service” and display one of the messages below. (Additionally: a service phone
number may appear if it has been programmed into the system.)
* To reset the brewer it can be re-energized (or press and hold the 2nd key for 3 seconds for all
faults except the Valve Fault, which must be reset by re-energizing). The brewer will try to
re-start, but if the same problem persists, the appropriate error message will appear again.
Consult the Trouble Shooting section to determine how to solve the problem.
A. “Probe/Heater Error”: Overheating Detection (1): If the heating element is on for 5 minutes
and the temperature does not change by +2°F (1°C) in the five minute period, the unit will go
into the Over Temperature Mode with all lights flashing. When in this mode the brewer turns
off the heating elements, the solenoid valves are turned off; the switches disabled; (and all
lights flashing continuously). The LCD display will read “Probe/Heater Error”, followed by the
message “Call for Service”, and then the service phone number (if it has been entered into
memory). To reset press and hold the 2nd key for 3 seconds, or re-energize the brewer.
(Possible causes of problem: high limit needs to be re-set; defective high limit, element, triac,
water level probe or control board.)
B. “Overheat Error”: Overheating Detection (2): If the E-Max™ senses a temperature over the
Maximum Temperature set in the program (factory set at 208ºF or 98ºC) it will go into the over
temperature mode as above with all lights flashing, except the LCD will read “overheat error”,
and “Call for Service”. To reset press and hold the 2nd key for 3 seconds, or re-energize the
brewer. (Possible cause of problem is a defective triac, temperature probe or related wiring
and connections.)
C. “No Water Sensed” — Time-Out —Inlet Valve: When filling for the first time, the inlet valve
will remain open for 4¼ minutes, (the screen will read “filling…”). If water is not detected at
the end of this time the E-Max™ will shut down with the message “no water sensed”. The
valves and all elements are turned off, and the Brew and Power light flash alternately with the
Heat light, until the brewer is reset. To reset press and hold the 2nd key for 3 seconds, or
re-energize the brewer. (Possible causes of the problem are: no incoming water; slow flow of
incoming water (i.e. less than 45 oz/minute); sensor not reading (check for placement,
connections or lime scale).
D. “No Water Sensed” — Time-Out – Brew Valve: During the brew the inlet solenoid valve
cycles on intermittently to maintain the proper level in the tank. If the valve is open for
60 seconds without water being detected at the proper level, the brewer will go into the same
error mode as above (“no water sensed”). To reset press and hold the 2nd key for 3 seconds,
or re-energize the brewer. (Possible causes of the problem are: no incoming water; slow flow
of incoming water, sensor not reading, etc.).
E. Keyswitch Locked: If a key switch is depressed for 10 seconds this error message will
occur. Lights will flash alternately and the brewer will turn off all valves and elements. Press
and hold the 2nd key for 3 seconds to reset the brewer (or re-energize the brewer). If the
problem re-occurs this indicates a defective switch on the key pad.
F. “Valve Fault”- Faulty Valve Detection: When an electric or switching problem is detected
with either the inlet or brew valve the brewer turns off all elements and valves and displays
“valve fault…”. All of the lights will be turned on. Before re-setting the brewer the valves
must be checked to determine the problem. The brewer must be re-energized to re-set,
(pressing the 2nd key for 3 seconds will not reset a valve fault).
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PROGRAMMING - ADVANCED
ACCESS THE
PROGRAMMING MODE
1. Turn the brewer off with the ON/OFF Key.
2. Press and hold the 4th and 6th Keys (from the left) for
3 seconds, until the LCD reads “BREW SETTINGS”.
On Decanter brewers the 4th key is MAIN and the 6th key is
REAR.
On Thermal/Airpot brewers, and on Tea brewers with volume
keys, the 4th key is STANDARD Volume and the 6th key is
Large Volume.
On Tea brewers without volume keys, the 4th key is hidden
under the “E”, and the 6th key is hidden under the “T” in
E-Max T.
The LCD will show “BREW SETTINGS” indicating that you
are at the first menu item as outlined on page 12,
Once in the programming mode the keys on the front panel
can be used to perform the functions outlined.
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PROGRAMMING - ADVANCED (continued)
1. Advance through all of the Menus and wraparound to the first
MENU again, by continually depressing the 1st key – BREW
(MENU).
2. To review Items in a specific Menu, press the 3rd key – ON/
OFF (ITEM) at the requested Menu to begin reviewing all or
some of the ITEMS in that MENU:
If you do not need to review the ITEMS in the MENU, press
the 1st key – BREW (MENU) to advance to the next MENU
or press the 2nd key – CANCEL (EXIT) to exit programming.
You must review/modify ITEMS in the sequence outlined in
the table within each MENU, by pressing the 3rd key – ON/
OFF (ITEM). If you need to go back to an ITEM, advance
through the menus by pressing the 1st key – BREW (MENU)
until you get back to the appropriate MENU, then press 3rd
key – ON/OFF (ITEM) to get to the required ITEM.
3. To Increase, Decrease, or Change settings when in the
programming mode press the 5th (“–“) or 6th (“+”) keys.
Suggestion: If the key is pressed and held, the changes to a
value will advance faster.
4. To change a value, such as brew temperature, navigate to
the Brew Temperature ITEM in the Brew Settings MENU.
Increase or decrease the setting using the 5th or 6th key.
Press the 3rd key – ON/OFF (ITEM) to commit the change
and advance to the next Item. To advance to the next MENU
press the 1st key – BREW (MENU), or exit programming by
pressing the 2nd key – CANCEL (EXIT).
5. To Exit Programming, you can press CANCEL (EXIT) at any
time. While in the programming mode, if no entries are made
for 2 minutes the E-Max will automatically exit programming.
6. To re-enter programming, ensure brewer is off, then press
and hold the 4th and 6th keys for 3 seconds, until “Brew
Settings” appears on the screen.
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TIPS FOR NAVIGATING
IN THE PROGRAMMING
MODE:
PROGRAMMING - TABLE
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PROGRAMMING - TABLE (continued)
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PROGRAMMING - PROCEDURES
Brew Settings
The brew temperature cannot
be set any higher than 5ºF
below the Maximum Water
Temperature, which is factory
set at 208ºF. This means
maximum brew temperature will
be 203ºF.
Displayed “Brew Volume”
shows a calculated value only.
The “Valve Time” setting
controls actual volume.
TEA BREWERS ONLY
· “ByPassDelay:” – By Pass
Delay Time. This is the
number of seconds after the
brew has started to delay
before allowing the cold
water to begin mixing with
the hot tea.
·
“ByPassValve:” – By Pass
Valve Time. After the By
Pass Delay, this is the
number of seconds which
the bypass valve will be
turned on. (Outflow rate
for the bypass valve is
approximately .87 seconds
per ounce.)
·
“Water Temp:” is actual water temperature in the tank.
·
“Brew Temp:” is desired brew temperature.
Temperature +/-1ºF will be maintained in the tank.
Adjust by pressing 5th or 6th keys (on Tea Brewers without
Volume Keys: the “a” and “T”). If a temperature higher than
203ºF is required, first increase the Maximum Water
Temperature in Machine settings (maximum is 210ºF, factory
setting is 208ºF), then increase brew temperature. Maximum
brew temperature is 205ºF if Maximum Water Temperature is
increased to 210ºF.
·
“Brew Vol#1:”. This number will be displayed on the LCD
when volumes are being changed.
·
Pulse Brew. To access the pulse or pre-infusion programs,
terminate Brew Vol with the 4th key. See Pulse Brew details
outlined on page xx.
·
“Total Valve:”. This is the number of seconds the brew
valve will remain open, and determines total water volume.
The dump valve will allow 1 ounce of water about every 3
seconds, using the new style spray head. The following will
assist in programming volumes: (If the old style spray head
is used, the dump valve will allow 1 ounce of water about
every 2.1 seconds.)
New Style Sprayhead
(12 Smaller Holes)
Water Volume Valve Time Setting
32 oz.
64 oz
74 oz (2.2L)
85 oz (2.5L)
88 seconds
177 seconds
205 seconds
236 seconds
Old Style Sprayhead
(Flat – 12 Larger Holes)
Valve Time Setting
68 seconds
135 seconds
156 seconds
179 seconds
·
“DripOutTime:” - This is the number of seconds after the
dump valve is closed that is required until all of the water
flows through the brew basket. Generally, 60 seconds is
required for decanter and airpot/thermal brewers. If heavier
weights of coffee or tea are used, this number may need to
be increased.
·
Additional brew volumes #2 through #4 can also be
programmed if required. If the Brew Vol# is left at “0” the
program will advance to the next Brew Vol# without going
through the Valve Time and Drip Out Time details.
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PROGRAMMING - PROCEDURES (continued)
·
·
·
“After Hours™:” can be turned off by setting to “0”. If this
feature is desired, use the 5th or 6th key to select the number
of hours of delay after last brew before After Hours™ is
activated.
“Quality Time:” – Countdown Quality Timer™. This can
be turned off by setting to “0”, or set from 20 minutes to 120
minutes, 5 minute increments using the 5th and 6th keys:
Decanter Brewers: If the Quality Timer is activated, each
warmer plate will count down from the programmed time
when the warmer plate is turned on. Once the count down
time is reached, the appropriate warmer plate LED will flash,
and the warmer plate will remain on. Depress the warmer
plate switch to turn the warmer plate off. When the warmer
plate switch is turned on, the countdown timer will be
re-activated.
Airpot/Thermal Brewers & Tea Brewers with Volume
Keys: If the Quality Timer is activated, the volume LED will
flash when the countdown time has been reached if another
brew has not been started before the time expires.
Tea Brewers without Volume Keys: No Countdown Quality
Timer feature available on these models.
“Timer:” When setting times, make sure that the AM or PM
is set properly to activate the timer at the right time. Set the
time for on/off as required. The sequence of settings is as
follows:
Wkday on: Weekday on HOUR & AM/PM
Wkday on: Weekday on MINUTE
Wkday off: Weekday off HOUR & AM/PM
Wkday off: Weedkay off MINUTE
Weekend settings are similar to the above.
When using the automatic timer be sure to allow 20-30
minutes for the E-Max™ to reach proper temperature from
the time it is turned on.
·
Weekend “OFF” Setting. To set the brewer to turn off for
the weekend, set the start and stop time at the same time
(i.e. factory setting has weekend time on and off at 7:00 am
that will turn it off for the weekend.)
·
“Day:” Set the day by using the 5th and 6th keys.
·
“Time:” Set Hour. Hour and pm/am will flash, allowing the
proper hour to be set.
·
“Time.” Set Minute. Minutes will flash on this setting,
allowing proper hour to be set.
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Time Functions
After Hours™ is an energy
saving mode. When After
Hours™ is activated, the
E-Max™ will allow the water
temperature to drop by 20ºF
before reheating, and in the
case of Decanter Brewers, will
turn off any warmer plates that
are turned on.
Coffee loses freshness as it sits
on the warmer. The Countdown
Quality Timer™ provides a
visual indication that previously
brewed coffee has expired.
The timer will turn the E-Max™
off at the end of the day, and
turn it back on so that the brew
water will be hot and ready for
the first brew of the morning.
Time for the E-Max™ is
maintained with a battery
backup system that will last up
to 20 years. This system also
handles power fluctuations by
maintaining time settings during
power outages. The E-Max™
battery backup system
maintains the proper time
except while in the Time
Functions menu. If a prolonged
period of time is spent in this
menu, it will be necessary to
adjust the time before ending
programming.
The day and time can be set
without going into the
programming mode. See
“Changing Day and Time” in the
Operator Level section of this
manual.
PROGRAMMING - PROCEDURES (continued)
Service & Counters
Machine Settings
Below are the boiling points for
selected North American locations, and the recommended
Maximum Water Temperature
settings for the E-Max™:
·
“TotalVol:” – Total Volume. Indicates total water volume
processed by the brewer.
·
“Brew Cycs:” – Brew Cycles. Displays total number of
brew cycles since last reset.
·
“FltrLife:” – Filter Life. If a filter is used input the number of
gallons of capacity, the indicator reports in increments of 100
gallons.
·
“Reset Totals:”. To clear out totals for volume and brew
cycles.
·
“Srv” – Service Number. Displays the service phone that
will display when a diagnostic message is on the LCD. Can
only be loaded with the PC upload/download program.
·
“Temp. Unit:” – Temperature Unit. Set to “F” for ºF and
“C” for ºC.
·
“Vol. Unit:” – Volume Unit. Set to either “oz” for ounces or
“L” for liters. (For Tea Brewers this is set to gallons.)
·
“KeyPadLock:” Turn to “On” or “Off”. If “On” the keypad
switches can only be activated by pressing and holding the
CANCEL key for 6 seconds. Then the keypad will be active
until a brew has been completed. Or if a brew is not started
the keypad will revert to the locked mode after 60 seconds.
·
“MaxWt.Temp:” – Maximum Water Temperature. The
maximum water temperature is factory set at 208ºF degrees,
but can be adjusted up as high as 210ºF. The brew
temperature cannot be set any closer than 5º below the
maximum temperature. Maximum temperature should be set
at least 2ºF degrees below the boiling point. The E-Max™
will go into the “overheat error” if the water temperature in the
tank is sensed to be at or above the Maximum Water
Temperature level. Therefore in higher altitude locations,
adjust the Maximum Water Temperature down.
See temperature charts, page 15.
·
“Mode:” – Operating Mode. Set this to operate as “Decanter”
or “Thermal”.
In “Decanter” mode, the 3 keys on the right operate as
warmer plate switches.
In “Thermal” the 3 keys on the right operate as volume
selection switches.
Tea Brewers are pre-set to tea brewer mode.
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PROGRAMMING - PROCEDURES (continued)
“Brew Wait:” The Precise Temperature for Brewing™
feature can be overridden by setting Brew Wait to “N” for No.
By doing this, the E-Max™ will start a brew whenever the
brew switch is depressed. There will be no delay to heat to
the proper temperature. This setting is not the recommended.
The Brew Wait is factory set at “Y” for yes. In this mode the
E-Max™ will only start a brew at the Precise Brew
Temperature.
·
“Load Defaults?” Reloading of default settings will reset
many of the programmed settings to those outlined in the
programming table. In the table those items with “No Default”
noted in the Default column would not be reset when defaults
are re-loaded. Where a value is noted, this would be the
re-loaded value if defaults are loaded. Re-loading of defaults
should be used only if major programming problems have
occurred and it is necessary to return to factory settings.
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Boiling
Point
210
205
Maximum Safe
Water Temp.
Setting
00
0
1,
50
0
2,
00
0
2,
50
0
3,
00
0
3,
50
0
4,
00
0
4,
50
0
5,
00
0
5,
50
0
6,
00
0
6,
50
0
0
Ideal BREW
TEMPERATURE
195ºF to 205ºF
1,
195
0
200
50
TEMP. (ºF)
·
ELEVATION (feet)
CHART 1 - Boiling and Brew Temperature by Altitude
LOCATION
Colorado Springs, CO
Denver, CO
Reno, NV
Salt Lake City, UT
El Paso, TX
Calgary, AB
Rapid City, SD
Los Angeles, CA
New York, NY
ELEVATION
BOILING POINT
6,012 ft.
5,280 ft.
4,491 ft.
4,266 ft.
3,762 ft.
3,428 ft.
3,231 ft.
0 ft.
0 ft.
200ºF
202ºF
204ºF
204ºF
205ºF
205ºF
206ºF
212ºF
212ºF
CHART 2 - Boiling and Brew Temperatures for Selected Locations
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MAX WATER
TEMP SETTING
198ºF
200ºF
202ºF
202ºF
203ºF
203ºF
204ºF
210ºF
210ºF
PROGRAMMING - PROCEDURES (continued)
Factory Settings
·
“InflRate:” – Inflow Rate. The inflow rate is factory set at
0.70 gallons per minute. This value is required to calculate
the water volume. Generally the 0.70 setting will be quite accurate unless there is unusually low or high water pressure
and volume, in which case the Inflow Rate can be changed.
·
“Calibration”. To access the calibration program press the
4th key when “Calibration” is on the screen. The probe is
factory set and should not need resetting, unless the controller board or probe is changed. See Calibration Instructions
following the Factory Settings menu items for detailed instructions.
·
“TotalVol:” – Total Volume. Total water volume is stored in
the Factory Settings menu as well as in the Service & Counters menu. This total is not re-settable.
·
“BrewCycs:” – Brew Cycles. Total brew cycles is stored in
the Factory Settings menu as well as in the Service & Counters menu. This total is not re-settable.
·
“InletValvTime:” – Inlet Valve Time. The inlet valve time is
important to gaining proper brew volume in varying water
pressure and flow conditions. When the water in the tank
drops below the liquid level sensor, the inlet valve will come
on and fill to the sensor (which will take a few seconds due to
meniscus) then continue filling for the number of seconds
programmed for the INLET VALVE TIME. The factory setting
is 3 seconds that will cover most conditions. However, if water pressure and flow is low increase the value to 6 or 7 seconds. Conversely if pressure and flow are high decrease the
setting to 1 or 2 seconds. See Adjusting “Inlet Valve Time –
Determining Pressure and Flow” below for more details on
how to get the proper setting for specific water conditions.
·
“Valve Delay”. The valve delay time is the amount of time to
delay turning on the inlet valve after water has dropped below
the liquid level sensor. Factory setting for this is “0” seconds.
·
“Timer Status”. If the timer (in the Time Functions Menu) is
on, this setting can be used in two different ways.
The factory settings menu can
only be accessed by going into
the programming mode:
Press and hold the 4th and 6th
keys for 3 seconds until the
LCD reads “BREW SETTINGS”.
Then, press the 1st key until the
LCD reads “MACHINE
SETTINGS”; then,
Press and hold the 4th and 6th
keys for three seconds until the
LCD reads “FACTORY
SETTINGS”.
Only qualified personnel should
make changes to these settings.
Timer Status 1: If set to “1” the
timer will automatically turn the
machine on and off, until the
“OFF” key is used to turn it off.
The machine will then remain
off until it is manually turned on.
Timer status 1 should only be
used in circumstances where
the machine will not get turned
off accidentally. (Manual OFF
overrides Timer)
Timer Status 2: (Factory
Setting.) If set to “2” the timer
will automatically turn the
machine on and off. If the
brewer is turned off manually it
will remain off until the next
scheduled on time; or if it is
turned on manually it will remain
on until the next scheduled off
time. (Timer overrides manual
ON/OFF).
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PROGRAMMING - PROCEDURES (continued)
1. Remove the top cover of the brewer. Identify and locate the
vent, or overflow tube.
2. Access the programming mode, go to Factory Settings and
then to “InletValvTime:” setting. Set to 25 seconds, press 3rd
key to register change in memory, then 2nd key to exit
programming mode.
3. Turn brewer on.
4. Place empty decanter (or airpot/thermal server) under the
brew basket.
5. Place empty decanter or other vessel under the faucet and
begin drawing water from the faucet.
Adjust Inlet Valve Time
Determining Pressure
and Flow
NOTE: The following procedure
must be performed by a
qualified technician!
This adjustment will help
maintain consistent volume in
situations where water pressure
and flow is exceptionally high or
low. This technique also helps
in determining the actual
pressure and flow.
IMPORTANT: DO NOT adjust
the inlet valve time if water
pressure at this location
fluctuates high to low.
6. When the inlet valve comes on, stop drawing water from the
faucet, and count the number of seconds before the water
reaches the vent or overflow tube. (The tubing is clear
enough that water will be visible when it starts to go into the
vent tube – count the number of seconds to when water is
first visible at the tube, not when the tube has filled.) Note
the number of seconds the valve was on until water becomes
visible at the vent tube.
7. The Inlet Valve Time should be 1/3 to ½ of the number of
seconds in #6 above. As an example, if it took 12 seconds
before water was visible at the vent tube, then the Inlet Valve
Time should be set between 4 and 6 seconds.
8. Repeat the above if necessary to confirm initial findings.
9. Turn brewer off, enter programming, then factory settings,
and set “InletValvTime” to proper time. Press 3rd key to
register change in memory, then 2nd key to exit programming
mode.
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PROGRAMMING - PROCEDURES (continued)
Calibration
The probe has been factory calibrated. If a controller board is
changed it is recommended that the previous calibration be
checked and entered on the new board. However this may not
always be possible, or if a new probe is used, calibration should
be completed as follows:
1. Turn brewer on and allow to heat to proper temperature, and
the heat light will go out.
2. Turn brewer off.
3. Access the programming mode, go to Factory Settings, go to
Calibration and press the 4th key to access calibration.
4. Using an accurate thermometer, determine the actual tank
temperature by measuring the temperature of the water
coming out of the faucet. It is important to run the water over
the thermostat long enough to get a proper reading. (An
alternate method of establishing water temperature is to
remove the top cover of the brewer, then pull out the level
sensor. Insert the thermometer into the brewer. Allow time
for the thermometer temperature to stablize.)
5. Once the actual tank temperature has been established, look
at the values on the screen. As an example, it may read
“199F Corr. + 0” This would indicate that the water
temperature in the tank is 199ºF with no correction (or
calibration) of the probe. If the actual temperature according
to the thermostat was:
HIGHER by 3ºF (i.e. 202ºF in this example), press the 6th key
3 times until the screen reads as follows: “202F Corr. + 3”.
LOWER by 3ºF (i.e. 196ºF in this example), press the 5th key
3 times until the screen reads as follows: “196F Corr. – 3”.
6. Make sure the temperature on the left of the screen agrees
with the actual temperature of the water determined with the
accurate thermostat. Once this has been completed the
E-Max™ will maintain the calibrated setting.
7. Once calibrated press the 3rd key to continue in the Factory
Settings menu, press the 1st key to return to Brew Settings
menu, or press the 2nd key to exit programming.
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PULSE BREW AND PRE-INFUSION
1. Pre-infuse (or Pre-soak) the Bed of Coffee or Tea.
The brew valve can be opened for a short period of time to
allow the bed of coffee or tea to be pre-infused. After a delay
while the pre-soaking is taking place, the brew valve can be
opened to start and complete the brew.
Applications
2. Extend Contact Time With the Coffee.
The brew valve can be programmed to “pulse” by opening
and closing for programmed periods during the brew. This
capability will allow for longer contact with the coffee or tea if
higher extraction rates are required.
3. Prevent Brew Basket Overflow (or Flooding).
The pulse feature allows the delivery time of the water to be
extended. Overflow problems can also be experienced if
particularly find grind coffee is used. The E-Max™ can be
programmed to extend the delivery of the water over a longer
period of time, thus preventing any overflow problems.
1. Select the Brew Volume that will be using the “pulse” brew
feature. (i.e. go to selected volume — BrewVol1, 2, 3 or 4 in
the Brew Settings menus.)
2. With the selected volume on the screen (BrewVolX:), change
volume if necessary (must not be “0”) and press the 4th key
to go to the Pulse Programming options (as opposed to
pressing the 3rd key which would bypass Pulse
Programming).
3. The first three menu items below will appear in this order
(followed by “Total Valve” and “Drip Out Time” which are
used for both the pulse and regular brewing mode):
·
Init Vlv Time: Initial Valve Time (seconds) to open before
pulse cycle(s) begin.
·
Pulse Delay: Number of seconds valve is closed beginning
pulse cycle(s).
·
Pulse Valve On: Number of seconds valve is open during
pulse cycle(s).
·
Total Valve: Total number of seconds valve is to be open
(pulse + initial).
·
Drip Out Time: Time after valve is closed before brew is
complete and all water has dripped out as coffee or tea.
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Access the Pulse
Feature
PULSE BREW AND PRE-INFUSION (continued)
Pulse Feature Operation
The pulse feature will be activated if it has been accessed as
above, and values have been programmed into the 3 pulse brew
items. When the pulse brew begins, the brew valve will be
opened for the number of seconds programmed for “Initial Valve
Time” (Init Vlv Time). The valve will then close for the number of
seconds in “Pulse Delay”, then open for the number of seconds in
“Pulse Valve On”. The pulse cycle (Pulse Delay plus Pulse
Valve) will be repeated continuously until the brew valve has
been opened for the “Total Valve” Time. The E-Max™ will
calculate the number of seconds for the full brew and display it on
the LCD to begin the brew and it will also calculate how many
pulse cycles are required to complete the brew. (If a final partial
“Pulse Valve On” is required this will also be calculated
automatically.)
Water Outflow (Delivery)
Rates
The outflow rate of water from the spray head is required to
calculate valve time for different volumes. Spray head outflow
rates are based on the standard 64-ounce coffee brew requiring
156 seconds of the brew valve being open. This is an outflow
rate of 0.410 ounces per second. To calculate Total Valve time
the ounces required should be divided by 0.410 oz/second.
Each brewer may have a slightly different flow rate based on
whether the brewer is level, scale build up on lines, etc. Minor
adjustments may be required to get precise volume. Examples
of different volumes and valve times are as follows:
Decanter and Airpot/Thermal Brewers
Volume
Total Valve
in Ounces
Time
32
88
Half of Standard Glass Decanter
64
177
Standard Decanter - ½ gal. brew
74
205
Airpot 2.2 Liters
85
236
Thermal Server 2.5 Liter
Tea Brewer
Brew
Volume
3 Gal.
5 Gal.
Brew
Valve
128 oz / 319 sec
212 oz / 529 sec
20
Bypass
Valve
256 oz / 319 sec
428 oz / 529 sec
Total
Ounce
384
640
PULSE BREW AND PRE-INFUSION (continued)
Pulse Feature Examples DECANTER, THERMAL and AIRPOT MODELS
#1 PRE-INFUSION
One Pulse Cycle
152 sec.
20 sec.
ON
ON
OFF - DRIP OUT
OFF
30 sec.
0
60 sec.
60
1.
·
·
·
·
120
180
240
300
360
420
480
540
Pre-Infuse Standard 64 oz. Brew. Total valve time of 172 seconds required for 64 oz.
Init Vlv Time:
20
Pulse Delay:
30
Pulse Valve On:
152
Total Valve:
172
Total Valve
Total Delay
Drip Out
Total Brew
600
172
30
60
262
#2 EXTENDED CONTACT TIME
1st pulse
10 sec.
ON
2nd pulse
54 sec.
54 sec.
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
20 sec.
20 sec.
0
60
3rd pulse
54 sec.
ON
OFF
120
20 sec.
180
OFF - DRIP OUT
60 sec.
240
300
360
420
480
540
600
2. Extend Contact Time on Standard 64 oz. Brew. Total valve time of 172 seconds required for
64oz. Extend contact time by 60 seconds by introducing 3 pulse cycles, each with a 20 second
delay.
·
Init Vlv Time:
10
·
Pulse Delay:
20
·
Pulse Valve On:
54
·
Total Valve:
172
21
Total Valve
Total Delay
Drip Out
172
60
60
Total Brew
292
PULSE BREW AND PRE-INFUSION (continued)
#3 PREVENT BREW BASKET OVERFLOW
2nd pulse
1st pulse
62 sec.
58 sec.
ON
ON
OFF
.
·
·
·
·
60
58 sec.
ON
OFF - DRIP OUT
OFF
36 sec.
120
58 sec.
ON
OFF
36 sec.
0
3rd pulse
36 sec.
180
240
60 sec.
300
360
420
480
540
600
Prevent Brew Basket Overflow on 85 oz. Brew, 4 oz. of Ground Coffee. Total valve time of 236
seconds required for 85 oz. of water. Extend the delivery over a longer period of time, say 5¾
minutes, (or 344 seconds), to prevent overflow of brew basket, by having 3 valve delay period.
Initial Valve time is arbitrarily set at 62 seconds. Program the delay required (i.e. 344–236 = 108
seconds) over 3 pulse cycles, each with a delay of (108 ÷ 3) 36 seconds. To calculate the Pulse
Valve time: Total Valve Time minus Initial Valve Time divided by 3 pulse cycles: 236 – 62 ÷ 3 = 58
seconds.
Init Vlv Time:
62
Total Valve
236
Pulse Delay:
36
Total Delay
108
Pulse Valve On:
58
Drip Out
60
Total Valve:
236
Total Brew
404
Pulse Feature Examples TEA BREWERS:
#1 PRE-INFUSION
One Pulse Cycle
259 sec
60 sec
ON
0
1.
·
·
·
·
·
·
Drip Out
ON
OFF
OFF
30 sec
60 sec
60
120
180
240
300
360
420
480
540
600
Pre-Infuse Standard 3 gal. Brew. Total valve time of 319 seconds required for 128 oz. of water.
Init Vlv Time:
60
Pulse Delay:
30
Pulse Valve On:
259
Total Valve:
319
Total Valve:
319
Total Delay
30
Bypass Delay
20
Drip Out
60
Bypass Valve
319
Total Brew
22
409
PULSE BREW AND PRE-INFUSION (continued)
#2 EXTENDED CONTACT TIME
1st Pulse
63 sec
ON
0
2nd Pulse
3rd Pulse
64 sec
64 sec
ON
ON
4th Pulse
64 sec
Drip Out
64 sec
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
20 sec
20 sec
20 sec
20 sec
60 sec
60
120
180
240
300
360
420
480
540
600
2. Extend Contact Time on Standard 3 gal. Brew. Total valve time of 319 seconds required for 128
oz. of water.
Extend contact time by 65 seconds by introducing 4 pulse cycles, each with a 20 second delay.
·
Init Vlv Time:
63
·
Pulse Delay:
20
Total Valve
319
·
Pulse Valve On:
64
Total Delay
80
·
Total Valve:
319
Drip Out
60
·
Bypass Delay
20
·
Bypass Valve
319
Total Brew
459
#3 PREVENT BREW BASKET OVERFLOW
1st Pulse
0
2nd Pulse
3rd Pulse
63 sec
64 sec
64 sec
ON
ON
ON
60
4th Pulse
64 sec
ON
Drip Out
64 sec
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
34 sec
34 sec
34 sec
34 sec
60 sec
120
180
240
300
360
420
480
540
600
3. Prevent Brew Basket Overflow. Total valve time of 319 seconds required for 128 oz. of water.
Extend the delivery over a longer period of time, say 8 minutes to prevent overflow of brew basket, by having 4 valve delay periods. Initial Valve time is arbitrarily set at 65 seconds. Program
the delay required 136 seconds over 4 pulse cycles, each with a delay of 34 seconds. To calculate the Pulse Valve time: Total Valve Time minus Initial Valve Time divided by 4 pulse cycles.
·
Init Vlv Time:
63
·
Pulse Delay:
34
Total Valve
319
·
Pulse Valve On:
64
Total
Delay
136
·
Total Valve:
319
Drip Out
60
·
Bypass Delay
20
· Bypass Valve
319
Total Brew
515
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TEST PROGRAM – E-Max™
Instructions for testing
these system
components:
A)
B)
C)
D)
E)
F)
G)
H)
I)
J)
K)
Entering Test Program
Mode:
Make sure to have power to the system.
Turn the brewer off. In the Off mode, hold down the 4th key,
then the 3rd key (ON/OFF). Keep holding both keys down for
approximately 3 seconds.
Exiting Test Program
Mode:
To exit the Test Program press the 2nd key (Cancel) at any time,
except during the key switch tests, numbers 4 through 9 below.
Or - complete the full test and the E-Max will return to the off
mode.
Test Program Mode
Details:
1.
2.
3.
Switch Test:
If a key or switch toggle is
not detected within the times
allowed then the “Switch Error”
message will be displayed
followed by two beeps.
If an error occurs with the
correct key pressed then the
switch or board has failed the
test.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
Electronic Board Software (Firmware) Revision
Data Revision
RTC (real time clock)
Keypad switches
LED’s
Inlet valve
Dump (Brew) valve
By Pass Valve (Tea Brewers only)
Warmer plates (Decanter Brewers only)
Water level probe
Temperature probe
Software (Firmware) Revision will be displayed (i.e.
MFW275 Rev3.4). Press ON/OFF to advance.
Data revision will be displayed – i.e. Data Rev2.1.
Press ON/OFF to advance.
RTC - Real Time Clock time will be displayed (24 hour
version) i.e. HH:MM:SS. Verify that the time is changing
in seconds to confirm RTC proper functioning.
Press ON/OFF to advance.
Switch Test 1. Press 1st switch. 30 seconds allowed to
press 1st switch.
Switch Test 2. Press 2nd switch. 5 seconds allowed to
press switches 2 through 6
Switch Test 3. Press 3rd switch.
Switch Test 4. Press 4th switch.
Switch Test 5. Press 5th switch.
Switch Test 6. Press 6th switch.
LED’s will be tested individually, beginning with the first
on the left and proceeding through all six LED’s in onesecond intervals. Screen will read “Testing LED’s”.
When all lights have been tested press ON/OFF to
advance.
Inlet Off. Press ON/OFF to turn inlet valve on and the
screen will read “Inlet On”. Then press ON/OFF again to
turn inlet valve off and proceed to next item.
Dump Valve Off. As above press ON/OFF to first turn
valve on then again to turn it off and proceed to next
item.
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TEST PROGRAM – E-Max™(continued)
13.
14.
13.
14.
15.
16.
By Pass Valve Off. Press ON/OFF to first turn valve on
then again to turn it off and proceed to next item.
Heater Off. Press ON/OFF to turn tank heating element
on, then press ON/OFF to turn it off and proceed to next
item.
WP1 Off. Press ON/OFF to turn warming plate 1 (Main)
element on. Press ON/OFF to turn it off and proceed to
next item. (If brewer is set to Thermal the warmer plate
tests will be by- passed.)
WP2 Off. Press ON/OFF to turn warming plate 2 (Front)
element on. Press ON/OFF to turn it off and proceed to
next item.
WP3 Off. Press ON/OFF to turn warming plate 3 (Rear)
element on. Press ON/OFF to turn it off and proceed to
next item.
Tea Brewers Only
Decanter Brewers Only
Right
Number
Probe Test
Screen reads Probes XXX XXX
≤ 10
•
•
The left number determines whether the WATER-sensing
probe is in contact with water. A number of “0” (or close to
0) means that water is in contact with the probe, while a
number of 255 (or close to 255) means water is not in
contact with the probe.
The right number represents what the TEMPERATUREsensing probe reads. The table below is an approximate
correlation between the value and the temperature the
probe is sensing. (Note a number less than 10 would
indicate the probe is not properly connected to the board,
while a number higher than 155 indicate a defective probe.)
Press ON/OFF to proceed to next item.
17.
Test Done. Indicates completion, press ON/OFF to reset
controller. The controller should restart with the message
“BLOOMFIELD”, then return to the off mode.
25
20
25
30
Probe not
connected
74°F
83°F
92°F
↓
120
↓
181°F
125
186°F
130
191°F
135
196°F
140
≥ 155
201°F
Defective
Probe
ADDENDUM
Extract from SERVICE BULLETIN 600.023
SUBJECT:
Brewer Spray Disk and Gasket Application
A. An revised spray disk (p/n 82727) and associated
hat-shaped gasket (p/n 82215) comprise the
latest in a series of ongoing improvements for:
E-Max™ Coffee Brewers
E-Max T™ Tea Brewers.
82727
EMBOSSED SPRAY HEAD
12 HOLES
82215
HAT-SHAPED GASKET
1-1/2“ (4 cm) HOLE
The hat-shaped gasket must be used with the new spray disk
on E-Max™ and E-Max T™
B. and C. (Omitted - refer to other equipment applications)
D. All current production Bloomfield Brewers incorporate the
embossed spray disk.
E. The revised embossed spray disk has a different outflow rate
than either the flat spray disk or old-style embossed spray
disk. When replacing a flat spray disk or old-style embossed
spray disk with an revised embossed spray disk, the backpressure of the spray head will be changed.
Note the altered flow rates for E-Max™ when the new spray
head is installed:
Before – Embossed spray disk and flat band gasket
Now – Revised embossed spray disk and hat-shaped gasket
Gallons
BEFORE
Time
Flow Rate
NOW
Time
½ Gal.
190 sec.
.33 oz/sec
156 sec
Flow Rate
.41 oz/sec
F. Cleaning of tubing, elbows, strainers and spray disks have
the potential to alter basic calibration settings of the brewer.
Whenever the brewer has been disassembled, or when parts
are changed, cleaned or adjusted, be sure to check all timed
functions and reset as required for an optimal brew.
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NOTES
RECORD SETTINGS
Model:
Serial No.
SETTING
DATES
Brew Temp (º)
Brew Vol 1 (volume)
Initial Valve (sec.)
Pulse Delay (sec.)
Pulse Valve (sec.)
Total Valve (sec.)
Brew Vol 2 (volume)
Initial Valve (sec.)
Pulse Delay (sec.)
Pulse Valve (sec.)
Total Valve (sec.)
Brew Vol 2 (volume)
Initial Valve (sec.)
Pulse Delay (sec.)
Pulse Valve (sec.)
Total Valve (sec.)
Bypass Delay (E-Max-T™)
Bypass Valve (E-Max-T™)
After Hours (0 to 6 hr)
QualityTime
Timer
Weekday ON (hr : min)
Weekday OFF (hr : min)
Weekend ON (hr : min)
Weekend OFF (hr : min)
Temp Unit (ºF or ºC )
Volume Unit (oz or L )
Max WaterTemp ( º )
Mode (Decant orTherm)
Brew Wait (Y or N)
InflowRate (gpm)
Calibration (±ºOffset )
Inlet ValveTime (sec.)
Valve Delay (sec.)
Timer Status (1 or 2 )
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