USER MANUAL
INDEX
1. ZUMEX: Original System and ASP Technology............................................. 3
2. GENERAL INFORMATION............................................................................ 5
2.1. SAFETY WARNINGS .................................................................................... 5
3. WARRANTY AND CERTIFICATES *............................................................. 6
4. TECHNICAL CHARACTERISTICS................................................................ 7
5. START UP..................................................................................................... 8
5.1. MACHINE INSTALLATION............................................................................ 8
5.1.1. TRANSPORTATION AND STORAGE ....................................................... 8
5.1.2. UNPACKING ............................................................................................. 9
5.1.3. INSTALLATION WARNINGS..................................................................... 9
5.2. CONNECTIONS ............................................................................................ 9
5.2.1. ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS.................................................................. 9
5.2.2. WATER INLET CONNECTION................................................................ 10
5.2.3. CONNECTION TO WATER NETWORK .................................................. 10
5.2.4. CONNECTION TO THE WATER PUMP.................................................. 11
5.2.5. DRAIN CONNECTION............................................................................. 12
6. MACHINE OPERATION .............................................................................. 14
6.1. GENERAL MACHINE FEATURES .............................................................. 14
6.2. SERVICE MODE PROGRAMMING............................................................. 15
6.2.1. FAST SERVICE OR BY NUMBER OF ORANGES .................................. 15
6.2.2. NORMAL AND FINE – SERVICE BY JUICE LEVEL................................ 15
6.3. USER MACHINE OPERATION ................................................................... 16
6.4. MACHINE PARTS ....................................................................................... 18
6.4.1. DOOR COMPONENTS ........................................................................... 19
6.4.2. INTERNAL PARTS .................................................................................. 20
6.5. CONSUMABLES ......................................................................................... 28
6.5.1. ORANGES, FEEDER AND SQUEEZER CONSIDERATIONS................. 28
6.5.2. GLASSES................................................................................................ 31
6.5.3. PEEL WASTE BUCKET BAGS................................................................ 32
6.5.4. PAYMENT SYSTEMS ............................................................................. 32
7. PROGRAMMING......................................................................................... 33
7.1. LEVEL 0: DIRECT ACCESS KEYS (operator level)..................................... 34
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7.2. LEVEL 1: 1 LEVEL PARAMETERS (operator level)................................... 37
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7.3. LEVEL 2: 2 LEVEL PARAMETERS (owner level) ..................................... 50
8. SUPPORT: MAINTENANCE AND TROUBLESHOOTING........................... 59
8.1. INFORMATION MESSAGES....................................................................... 59
8.2. ERROR MESSAGES................................................................................... 60
8.2.1. EXTERNAL DISPLAY ERROR MESSAGES ........................................... 60
8.2.2. INNER DISPLAY ERROR MESSAGES ................................................... 61
8.3. TROUBLESHOOTING................................................................................. 62
8.4. MAINTENANCE........................................................................................... 65
8.5. USEFUL ADVICE ........................................................................................ 66
8.6. CLEANING PROCEDURE RECOMMENDATION ....................................... 66
9. ELECTRICAL DIAGRAMS........................................................................... 70
10. CE DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY....................................................... 72
Only ZUMEX offers:
An Original squeezing system and an antibacterial technology (ASP) in its machines.
ORIGINAL SYSTEM
Original squeezing system patented by ZUMEX.
The upper and lower pressing units get the maximum amount of juice avoiding it from
being mixed its sking, and guaranteing its best juice quality, flavour and hygiene.
ASP
Because hygiene comes first we are committed to the latest in technology. We present
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you with the 1 generation of juicers with exclusive antibacterial technology. A system
based on injection, in all the parts intended for squeezing, of a soluble glass which
contains silver ions. After a simple chemical process, these ions eliminate and inhibit
the growth of any type of bacteria up to 99.9%, ensuring extra effective and lasting
protection*.
*Effectiveness tested by an independent laboratory.
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This documentation is an integral part of the machine; for this reason, it should
accompany all property transfers or company moves.
This guide contains all the information that the persons in charge of operating and
maintaining the machine need in order to work under safe conditions. In addition, we
suggest contacting your local distributor for more information and to exchange parts or
accessories (FOR EXCHANGES, PLEASE LIST THE SERIAL NUMBER). We discourage
carrying out any type of operation for which the exact way to proceed is not understood.
This guide or a copy of it must always be found near the machine so that the operator
is able to refer to it. It should be kept away from heat, humidity and corrosive materials
(oil, lubricants, and other corrosive products). The guide should be consulted with care
so that it is not damaged. Pages should not be torn out and information should not be
substituted or erased; in no case should its contents be modified.
Do not remove or cover the identification stickers on the machine that are located on
the right side in the upper right corner and inside the door in the upper left corner.
2.1. SAFETY WARNINGS
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BEFORE ATTEMPTING INSTALLATION AND STARTING UP THE MACHINE
YOU HAVE ACQUIRED, YOU SHOULD CAREFULLY READ THE
RECOMMENDATIONS GIVEN IN THIS GUIDE. IT CONTAINS IMPORTANT
INFORMATION CONCERNING INSTALLATION SAFETY, NORMS FOR USE
AND MAINTENANCE OPERATIONS
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THE MACHINE MUST NOT BE EXPOSED TO BAD WEATHER AND MUST
NOT BE INSTALLED IN AREAS WHERE IT WILL BE IN DIRECT
SUNLIGHT.
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THE MACHINE SHOULD BE INSTALLED IN A PLACE WITH GOOD
VISIBILITY.
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AFTER THE CONTENTS OF THE WASTE CONTAINER HAVE BEEN
EMPTIED, PUT THE CONTAINER BACK INTO PLACE PAYING SPECIAL
ATTENTION TO THE CORRECT PLACEMENT INSIDE THE CONTAINER OF
THE 40-MM-DIAMETER WASTE INPUT TUBE AND THE SILICON TUBE
FROM THE EVAPORATOR CONDENSATION TRAY (REFRIGERATION
UNIT).
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BE ESPECIALLY CAREFUL WHEN MANIPULATING THE BLADE DURING
CLEANING.
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DO NOT SPRAY THE APPLIANCE WITH WATER TO CLEAN IT.
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BEFORE CLEANING OR MAINTENANCE OPERATIONS, ALWAYS
DISCONNECT THE MACHINE FROM THE ELECTRICAL NETWORK.
ALWAYS USE ORIGINAL ACCESSORIES AND SPARE PARTS.
3. WARRANTY AND CERTIFICATES *
The quality control system established by ZUMEX guarantees that this unit is in
perfect operating condition.
SCOPE OF THE WARRANTY: This machine has one year warranty against defects
and construction problems that could harm the correct operation, provided that the
inner parts or mechanisms have not been manipulated. The following are excluded
from the warranty.
EXCLUSIONS: Labor, trips, transport, parts that have become deteriorated due to
natural wear as a consequence of use, as well as any damage resulting from the
incorrect usage or installation of the unit and faults caused as a result of force
majeure. Any incorrect handling of the ID Label will make the Warranty void. Likewise,
the warranty will also be void if other persons handle the unit, since only the
Authorized Technical Support Service is qualified and authorized to do so.
Always provide the Serial Number on the ID label when contacting the Technical
Support Service.
* Certifications vary depeding on the model, check machine’s ID label.
Dimensions (Width x Height x
Depth)
Weight
Orange storage capacity
Serving before refilling
Temperature of the machine
Individual serving time
95 x183 x 79cm
Serving volume
Outside work temperature
Maximum water input pressure
Average energy consumption
A-weighted pressure level
Adjustable 170 ml -190 ml
10º - 50º C
6 kg/cm2)
0.49 kWh
Less than 70 dB
310 Kg
45 -50 Kg
100 – 120 glasses
Adjustable 5 ºC -16 ºC
Adjustable (from 30 to 55 sec)
5.1. MACHINE INSTALLATION
5.1.1. TRANSPORTATION AND STORAGE
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Loading and unloading must be done with maximum care.
The machine must be raised with a motorized or manual forklift, being careful
to avoid damaging the lower screen support with the forklift prongs.
Store the machine in a dry place with temperatures between 0 - 50º C.
Do not store or install the machine outdoors.
Once installed, lock the machine immediately in place to avoid movement.
5.1.2. UNPACKING
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Remove packaging being careful not to scratch the machine.
Inspect the machine inside and out to verify whether it has been damaged.
Notify the carrier of any problems.
The keys for closing the door are fastened with a cable tie to the upper rear
rack of the machine. These keys are used to access the inside of the machine
for operational and maintenance work.
5.1.3. INSTALLATION WARNINGS
The machine should be placed on a smooth, level surface. For proper operation, it is
necessary to ensure that the machine is level by adjusting the four feet. The leveling
blocks can be turned using a spanner until they are in the correct position. Proper
leveling will avoid possible problems with door closing and displacement of liquids
insides the machine. For adequate ventilation of the electronic controls and proper
functioning of refrigeration, the MINIMUM distance between the back of the machine
and the wall is 200 mm.
5.2. CONNECTIONS
5.2.1. ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS
The machine should be connected to the electrical network indicated on the machine
label (220V 50Hz or 115V 60Hz). The power connection line must withstand 10
amperes and must be grounded. These characteristics must be verified with a
multimeter before connecting the machine. Once the machine has been connected,
the effectiveness of grounding must be checked.
The machine must be placed in such a way that the plug is visible.
5.2.2. WATER INLET CONNECTION
The machine features a general distributor with two electro-valves that control water
supply to the gun and to the squeezing mechanism, which is equipped with a 3/8 G
female threaded stopcock and/or a spigot with a 12 mm exterior diameter, to which the
water inlet is connected, either from the water pump of the standalone, 10-liter tank or
from the drinking water network.
5.2.3. CONNECTION TO WATER NETWORK
Characteristics of water network and intake connected to the machine:
Water must be taken in through reinforced-core flexible tubing with a 10 mm
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interior diameter that is able to withstand pressure up to 12 Kg/cm .
Water in this intake must be drinkable.
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Network pressure must not be above 4 Kg/cm .
The water intake must have a stopcock for emergencies.
What to consider when making the connection:
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If pressure is above 4 Kg/cm , install a pressure regulator that will limit
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pressure to 4 Kg/cm .
Before connecting the machine to the network or disconnecting it, close the
stopcock.
Purge the network to avoid solid particles entering the electro-valve.
Be sure there are no leaks in the connection before finalizing it.
If there is an external risk of freezing, the water intake must be insulated.
5.2.4. CONNECTION TO THE WATER PUMP
If an external intake from the water network is not available, the machine has a
standard set of independent mechanisms, including a self-aspirating 2 Kg/cm2 pump
and a 10-liter water tank, and the machine is programmed to operate in this mode. Its
operation in automatic mode is identical to that of the machine when it is connected
to the water network (check P7, programming parameters: WATER SUPPLY
MODE). If this mechanism has been dismounted, the following steps must be taken
to reinstall it.
Put the pump in place and connect the plug for the 24V DC pump..
Connect the pump outlet tube to the spigot of the water intake distributor and tighten
the flange.
Put the pump aspiration hose with the anti-return
valve inside and maintain the anti-return valve at the
bottom of the water container.
Adjust the operating mode: check P7, programming parameters, WATER SUPPLY
MODE and select option 2, standalone.
To use the gun, press the key with a gun symbol to start the pump; it will
stop after fifteen seconds.
(Direct action on the key from the ZUMEX VENDING VERSION 2.x screen).
Whenever the machine is examined, the water reservoir should be filled.
5.2.5. DRAIN CONNECTION
DRAINAGE CONTAINER
As a standard feature, the machine includes a container that functions as a
drainage collector in its lower part (behind the trash bag). Cleaning process water and
water from the evaporator drain into this container from two points. The container has a
capacity of approximately 11 liters and features a floater to indicate filling level and
communicate filling status to the CPU by means of a connection located on the lower
left side of the machine.
WASTE CONTAINER FLOATER = FULL
WASTE CONTAINER FLOATER = EMPTY
6.1. GENERAL MACHINE FEATURES
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Juice is squeezed when it is requested, and only the amount of juice to be
consumed is squeezed.
 The machine has a filtering system that allows serving the juice free of pulp
and seeds.
 The squeezing system provides exceptionally high-quality juice, since
essential oils are not included because the orange skin is not crushed during
the squeezing process.
 The time required to obtain a glass of juice is approximately 30 to 55 sec
(depending on the type of serving).
 It is possible to adjust juice temperature to personal preferences.
 The machine has an automatic and programmable cleaning system, which
can be personalized according to different parameters to be triggered after X
number of glasses or once a day at a predetermined time.
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Juice production can be programmed using two options:
- BY JUICE LEVEL: Squeezing is done by measuring the level of
juice in the glass, which ensures that customers always received an exact quantity of
juice.
- BY NUMBER OF ORANGES: Juice is obtained by programming the
squeezing of a predetermined number of oranges. In this mode, oranges are never
visible in the juicer.
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The system of orange supply is flexible, since it allows using oranges with
recommended diameter 65-78mm (maximum 81mm).
The oranges storage bucket, the squeezing system, the glass dispenser and
the waste compartment are all refrigerated.
Evaporator defrosting takes place in a positive way with respect to the interior
temperature of the refrigeration circuit at each FRIGO OFF. In addition, the
refrigeration unit (evaporator) has a complementary defrosting system using an
electric resistor that can be programmed to a specific time.
The machine is completely modular and allows easy mounting and
dismounting of these modules, without tools, which is a great help for
maintenance.
Thanks to the machine’s simplicity and robustness, maintenance required is
minimal.
MDB protocol payment Systems (coin aceptor, bill validator, cashless
solutions). Ask for the list of payment systems recommended by Zumex.
6.2. SERVICE MODE PROGRAMMING
6.2.1. FAST SERVICE OR BY NUMBER OF ORANGES
1º.-Enter second-level configuration via password (press “Menu” first, and “Del”
secondly. Enter password and confirm with “Menu”)
2º.-In parameter P11 select the size of oranges to be used (1 = small, 2 = medium, 3
= large).
4º.-In parameter P13, select the “1-FAST” option or squeezing by number of
oranges. The infrared sensor will be activated automatically.
5º.-Using the keyboard, introduce the number of oranges that you want that the
machine squeezes per juice service. Make sure that the feeder tube is empty and the
squeezer system does not contain oranges, and press “1-YES”.
6.2.2. NORMAL AND FINE – SERVICE BY JUICE LEVEL
1º.-Enter second-level configuration via password (press “Menu” first, and “Del”
secondly. Enter password and confirm with “Menu”).
2º.-In parameter P11 (fig. 30 and fig. 31), select the size of oranges to be used (1 =
small, 2 = medium, 3 = large).
3º.-In parameter P12, select “1-NORMAL” option: FINAL LEVEL OF JUICE IN
OPTO 5; or “2-EXTRA” option for Final level of juice in OPTO 6.
4º.-In parameter P13, select option “2-NORMAL” or “3-FINE”.
6.3. USER MACHINE OPERATION
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Insert cash (coin slot, bill holder), card or prepaid
(cashless) key.
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Push the YELLOW button to request juice.
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The automatic glass dispenser extracts a glass,
which is detected by the machine (If, for some
reason, an error is produced and the glass is not
extracted, the system will try again two more
times; if the problem persists, the machine returns
the money and goes out of order until the next
scheduled technical visit)
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The orange feeder bin starts to rotate, allowing
the oranges to fall one by one to the squeezing
system, which will start into action. This process
continues until the correct level of juice in the
glass has been detected.
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If programmed P13 = “1-FAST”, the feeder will let
fall only the number of oranges programmed in
this mode.
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Once the proper level or correct number of
oranges has been detected, the filter is cleaned
by the sweeper. When this is finished, payment is
collected, a signal (2 beeps) is heard and a
light turns on in the glass holder (during 5
seconds), indicating that the glass may be
removed and that the machine is ready for the
next request.
COMMENTS:
 The maximum number of oranges that can be programmed for a serving is six
(depending on programmed size).
 To avoid unnecessary manipulation, the glass holder has a safety system that,
in case of manipulation, considers that a serving is finished when a maximum
of three oranges have been squeezed and money is not returned.
 The machine is programmed for a maximum serving time. If this time has
elapsed and the required level in the glass has not been reached, the machine
returns the money and goes out of order (remember this when using oranges
that do not contain much juice).
 Coin slot and/or bill tray: When juice is requested using the coin slot or bill
tray, the machine collects payment once the juice has been correctly served
and returns money if the programmed level has not been reached, the number
of oranges programmed has not been squeezed or there are no more glasses
in the glass dispenser. If a bill validator has been installed together with the
coin acceptor, special attention should be paid to filling all the coin tubes with
an adequate amount of coins and to limiting the value of bills accepted, so that
the machine will not accept a bill and then be unable to give change or it runs
out of change. If this happens, the machine will go OUT OF ORDER. In the
same way, we recommend that when a bill validator is installed, one of the coin
tubes should contain the unitary fraction of bills (for example: if euro bills are
accepted, one of the coin tubes should hold €1 coins).
 Card slot or cashless key: When juice is requested using a credit card or
cashless key, the machine charges for payment as soon as juice is
requested (when yellow button is pushed). If for any reason the juice is not
served correctly, the machine will return the amount to the card. Therefore, IT
IS A GOOD IDEA TO LEAVE THE CARD IN THE CARD SLOT DURING THE
ENTIRE JUICE PREPARATION PROCESS.
6.4. MACHINE PARTS
Juice Request Button
Outside Display
Coin Slot
Return Button
Lock Money Return Box Glasses Window
Cover
Orange Feeder Power Card Pressing Unit Bill Compartment Inside Display Coin Compartment Windows
Glass Dispenser
Coin Box Lighting Unit
Potable Water Reservoir
1º.-Lighting Unit:
Composed of two fluorescent tubes, ballasts and ballast starters, with programmable
switch for lighting the cover (fig. 1).
2º.-Cover:
The company’s standard advertising is placed here (fig. 2).
3º.-Coin Slot:
Used for inserting the amount of coins necessary to obtain the product (fig. 3).
4º.-Return Button:
Used to free inserted coins and recover them (fig. 4).
5º.-Juice Request Button:
Located to the left above the return button; pushing it activates the juicing process (fig.
5)
6º.-Coin Return Box:
Located in the lower part, it is used to provide change or return coins that have been
inserted (fig. 6).
7º.-Glasses Window:
This is opened to lift out the glass of juice (fig. 7).
8º.-Outside Display:
Screen on which the machine shows information needed by the customer (fig. 8).
9º.-Door Windows:
Windows through which oranges stored in the feeder and the pressing group can be
seen (fig. 9).
10º.-Closing the Door:
Put the key into the door opening (fig. 10 A) and turn it to the right (fig. 10 B), which
frees the handle; turn the handle 90º to the left (fig. 10 C).
3º 4º 5º 6º 7º 8º
10ºA 10ºB 10ºC 9º
6.4.2. INTERNAL PARTS
11º.-Feeder:
Feeder with an approximately 50 kg capacity (depends on orange diameter).
Electronically controlled, it supplies the pressing unit with the oranges necessary for the
juicing process.
12º.-Pressing Unit:
The Zumex juicing system allows squeezing oranges when juice is requested.
Always be sure that the peel ejectors are correctly positioned to facilitate passage of
the peels to the peel collection bag.
To dismount the pressing group, proceed as follows:
Raise the door of the outside cover and take off the inside cover.
Remove the two cover knobs.
Remove front cover; do not push on the inside shield; this might bend it.
Remove the two peel ejectors.
Remove the blade (manipulate with care).
Unscrew the (4) knobs that maintain the pressing units in place.
Remove pressing units
Cleaning Diffuser Nozzles Front Cover Upper Pressing Unit
Cover Knobs Lower Pressing Unit Peel Ejectors
Blade Holder
Filter Juice Tray Pressing Unit Security Knobs Cleaning Brush
13º.-Sweeper:
This sweeper comprises a system for eliminating juice pulp. When juice comes from the
pressing group, it falls on a filter where pulp accumulates. Pulp is then swept away at
the end of each juicing process.
14º.-Refrigeration Unit (Compressor, Condenser, Filter and Evaporator)
The Zumex vending machine is refrigerated in the area where oranges are manipulated
and includes a temperature probe, which can be programmed to control and act on the
refrigeration unit.
Recommended temperature: 8 ºC in summer y 12 ºC in winter.
For equipment maintenance, the refrigeration unit (evaporator and compressor base
frame, fan and condenser) can be completely taken out by dismounting the lower right
side panel of the refrigerated cabinet; the compressor base frame is accessible by
dismounting the rear grill of the cabinet. This group is electronically controlled so that:
 It will not become blocked by freezing, thanks to an automatic protection
system.
 If the temperature control system does not change status within 50 minutes,
the machine is stopped automatically for 8 minutes.
 When the safety key is placed into the upper frame, the system disconnects
the compressor but not the evaporator fans, which continue to function while
the machine remains under electrical power.
 Evaporator defrosting is done is a positive way at the interior temperature of
the refrigeration circuit at each FRIGO OFF. In addition, the refrigeration unit
(evaporator) features complementary, programmable defrosting at a
predetermined time by means of an electrical resistor.
 The compressor is filled with R134A gas, which uses the latest technology and
“will not harm the ozone layer”. For refillment, always use this gas with 318
grams, supplied by specialized industrial refrigeration suppliers.
15º.-Glass Dispenser:
Element for dispensing glasses; it will hold 125 glasses.
16º.-Optos Unit (infrared optical sensors for detecting juice level)
These elements provide optimal control of juice level and verify that a glass has fallen
into place. Electronically managed, they control juice level and ensure that the volume
of each drink served is very consistent.
17º.-Infrared Feeder Barrier (infrared optical sensor):
This element controls the passage and number of oranges that are fed into the squeezer
system in FAST SERVICE mode.
18º.-Power Card and Control Card:
On the power card, you will find the machine feeding differential, the current filter, the
transformer for 24V continuous current and the continuous current stabilizer. On the
control card, you will find the microprocessor that electronically manages all machine
operations and the control electronics that act as a mediator between the different parts.
It also includes protective functions for the different mechanisms and, by means of
LEDs, gives information on the status of these mechanisms.
19º.-Keyboard and Inside Display:
The machine has a keyboard with displays, from which the operator receives
information on the status of equipment, as well as on how to access machine
programming parameters. The keyboard carries out a series of direct actions on the
main parts to ensure their proper functioning.
20º.-Peels waste bucket:
High capacity waste bucket (80 liters) with wheels and handles.
21º.-Switch for Cover Lights and Lighting Unit Power:
This switch shuts off electrical supply only to the fluorescent tubes in the door and to
the area where the ballasts and ballasts starters for the tubes are found.
22º.-Water Distributor:
This is a general distributor with two electro-valves that control the passage of water
from the external potable water circuit or a standalone tank to the cleaning gun and the
pressing unit. To access this element, the glass dispenser must be removed.
23º.-Safety Switch for Door Opening:
This switch cuts off electrical power if the door is opened. To re-establish power supply
and be able to access the different control keyboard modes, you must insert the special
key that is found on the upper right corner of the cabinet frame and turn it 90°to the right.
24º.-Ventilation Grills:
Ventilation windows are provided for control electronics and refrigeration unit (the
minimum distance from the rear of the machine to the wall must be 200 mm).
25º.-Bracket Mounting for Buses:
If it is necessary to unhook the communication buses from the Optos system or from
the outside display, the machine includes a bracket for hanging these elements to keep
them from being splashed with water or juice, thereby preventing rusting of the
connections when dismounting is done.
26º.-Door Switch:
The role of this three-position switch is to detect whether the door of the cabinet is open
(resting position – 2), allowing access to the functions of the inside keyboard, or closed
(switch pushed in – 1). This switch has a third position (switch pulled out – 3), which is
used by maintenance technicians to simulate a closed door and check the operation of
different pieces of equipment.
27º.-Pressing Unit Guides and Mounting Bracket:
The pressing unit is positioned on two sliding guide rails to facilitate mounting and
maintenance of the elements assembled in the juicer and the lower area of the feeder.
To prevent movement of this unit during transportation, the juicer is held by a folddown bracket that attaches it to the cabinet with a screw knob, which is found behind
the trim on the left side.
To easily move the pressing unit to the outside, it is necessary to remove the silicon
tube from the juice tray.
6.5. CONSUMABLES
6.5.1. ORANGES, FEEDER AND SQUEEZER CONSIDERATIONS
• To load oranges, remember that:
 The storage area contains a lid that can and should be removed for filling.
 When the storage bin is filled half-way, the lid can be put back in place.
 Once the lid is in place, filling can be continued until a maximum of 50 Kg of
oranges has been loaded. For this part of filling, the opening located on the
front lid of the storage area and designed for loading can be used.
 When the machine door is closed, the opening in the front lid will be covered
by the door; this keeps oranges from falling outside and allows complete filling.
5 cm space
1º.-Proceed to clean the barrier on both sending and receiving ends (fig. 1 and fig.
2).
2º.-When loading the feeder with oranges, check to see that none of the oranges is
spoiled (this could cause the barrier to function incorrectly when the orange is squeezed,
figs. 3 and 4) and that no oranges are left in the barrier opening. If this happens (figs. 5
and 7), and depending on the position of the orange, remove it manually from the feeder
through the bottom part (fig. 6) or by moving the feeder with key number 1 (fig. 8). This
will open up the hole that is above the barrier (fig. 9 and fig. 10).
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Fig7 Fig8
Fig9 Fig10
3º.-Manually remove the whole oranges that are found in the juicer (fig. 11) and remove
the ones that have been cut (fig. 13) by pressing “KEY 2” (fig. 12).
6.5.2. GLASSES
We recommend 200/220 cc, translucent glasses with anti-static treatment
and a gauge thickness of approximately 12 microns, a 70-mm exterior rim diameter
and a maximum height of 94 mm. We can supply this type of glass in minimum units
of one box containing 3,000 glasses.
After placing the glasses on its storage compartment, we suggest you to run your thumb
along the length of the stack from bottom to top to loosen the glasses and remove any
static electricity that might cause the glasses to stick together.
6.5.3. PEEL WASTE BUCKET BAGS
Bags should measure 105 x 85 cm. In order to avoid tearing, they should be 270-gauge
quality (like the bags supplied when the machine is delivered).
6.5.4. PAYMENT SYSTEMS
ZUMEX VENDING can be fitted with any model of coin acceptor, bill validator
or card holder which operates with MDB/ICP version 3.0 24V. A.C. communication
protocol. Multiprotocol models are not allowed.The way it operates is described as
follows:
Payment is collected when juice has been served (except for card holders; see
section 4.3 MACHINE OPERATION / Comments).
If juice has not been served or there is another type of incident, money can be
recovered by pushing the return button.
Price per serving can be indicated on the machine (see section 5 on
programming).
ZUMEX GROUP S.A. recommends installing any of the payment solutions mentioned
in the table above. Although most MDB monoprotocol version 3.0 systems should
operate correctly with our Zumex vending; continuous modifications on the protocol
programming by the payment systems manufacturers, which are out of Zumex control,
bring Zumex to suggest to its customers a list of payment systems mentioned below
(subject to periodical updates).
In this section, we will describe the functions and programming parameters for the
machine. We will describe how to use the MICROPROCESSOR programming
keyboard, and will show, step by step and in a simple, visual way, how to adapt the
machine to specific needs. When the machine is turned on, the inside display
(programming keyboard) will show this message:
The communication interface has four levels of communication or programming. The
most frequently used levels can be accessed by pressing directly on the keyboard. More
specific operating instructions or protected operations are obtained using MENU access
or through a password at LEVEL 2:
LEVEL 0: (Operator) Direct keyboard actions (cleaning, accounting, juices, etc.).
LEVEL 1: (Operator) Access by pressing on the MENU key and then on the
parameter P (0, ...,17) to be modified. LEVEL 2: (Supervisor) Access by pressing on
the MENU key and then pressing on the DEL key, which will request a password that,
according to the code entered, will provide access to LEVEL 2 (juice price, free juice,
Optos off, barrier off, coldness of juice, etc.).
CURRENCY UNIT (€)
7.1. LEVEL 0: DIRECT ACCESS KEYS (operator level)
With this “MENU” or “ENTER” key, together with “DEL,” you can access the PROGRAMMING
PARAMETERS. The key acts as “ENTER” for accepting the values you have indicated.
The “DEL” key is used to “ERASE”, or, if the MENU key has previously been pressed, it will
allow entering a password to access programming parameters.
This key, which is among the programmable parameters of Levels 1 and 2, functions as a
DECIMAL POINT or parenthesis, as well as to obtain special symbols.
The “full glass” key carries out complete juice processing. Among the programmable parameters
of Levels 1 and 2, it has the “move ahead one space on the screen” function.
The “shower” key carries out the cleaning process using the two diffusers located strategically
for maximum results that spray pressurized water to remove any orange waste that might have
been left after the preparation of a series of servings. In this process, the pressing unit starts
operation each time the diffusers are activated and the feeder remains motionless.
With the ESCAPE key, you terminate actions and return to the main menu.
Test Feeder Motor: By holding down Key 1, you start up the orange feeder or supply bin motor,
which causes the bin to turn.
Test Juicer Motor: By holding down Key 2, you start up the juicer system, which makes the
drums turn.
Test Sweeper Motor: By holding down Key 3, you start up the sweeping system, which causes
the brush to move and clean the filter of bits of peel or pulp that remain in it.
Glass Ejector: Pressing on this icon will cause a glass to drop. If a glass does not drop, try two
more times.
Water Gun: Pressing on this button readies the water gun for operation (it must be connected
to a water intake through the double-body electro-valve) and causes the pump to work for the
length of time programmed.
Test Refrigeration Motor: Pressing key 4 will start up the refrigeration motor, which will chill the
oranges (wait 10 seconds after pushing key 4 before accessing another function).
Visualize Temperature: Pressing on key 5 will display machine temperature at start-up.
Count Number of Servings: Pressing on this icon will indicate the number of servings that have
been prepared. It gives two values:
Count No. Servings:
(1) TOTAL (2) PARTIAL
(1) TOTAL: If KEY 1 is pressed, the total number of servings that have been
prepared since the moment the machine was started for the first time will be indicated. Values
are represented in the following way:
a.
OK: complete juice servings.
b.
BAD: defective servings (glass not filled, not enough oranges, glass taken
away, etc.)
TOTAL:
OK000.000 BAD000.000
To leave the serving count screen, press ENTER
(2) PARTIAL: If KEY 2 is pressed, it will carry out the same function as above, except that this
option can be set at zero for a partial time period; the last date of partial count initiation will
be shown at the right between parentheses.
PARTIAL (09.12.2006):
OK000.000 BAD000.000
To set the serving counter at zero, press the DEL key to erase data stored since the previous
setting at zero. To leave the screen for counting partial servings WITHOUT ERASING THE
FIGURES, press ENTER
Count Receipts: As in the previous paragraph, pressing on this icon will show both total (KEY
1) and partial (KEY 2) receipts.
Count Receipts:
(1) TOTAL (2) PARTIAL
If KEY 1 is pressed:
TOTAL:
00.000.000 €
If KEY 2 is pressed:
PARTIAL (09.12.2006):
00.000.000 €
To set the receipt counter at zero, press the DEL
key to erase data stored since the previous setting at zero. To leave the screen for counting
receipts WITHOUT
ERASING PARTIAL FIGURES, press ENTER N.B.: The sign that appears next to money
amounts will be the one programmed in the personalization done using parameter P21.
Count Money Tubes: If the key is pressed again from the “Count Receipts” screen, the
contents of each of the money tubes will appear without taking into account the level of security.
Count Receipts: (1)TOTAL (2)PARTIAL
If the key is pressed again from this screen:
0.05 € = 1.25
0.10 € = 0.40
If ENTER is pressed again, the following screen will be shown:
0.20 € = 1.80
0.50 € = 2.00
If ENTER is pressed again, the next screen is shown (Main Menu). This operation can be
repeated as many times as necessary to obtain information about the amount contained in the
tubes; you can return to the main menu from any screen by pressing ESC
Test Optos: This function checks the photocells (Optos) of the glass dispenser and shows an
“OK” message on the inside display screen if emission and reception in the glass dispenser is
correct. If another message is shown, consult the section on error messages (Out of Order).
Optos OK
Optos ERROR
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7.2. LEVEL 1: 1 LEVEL PARAMETERS (operator level)
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We will have a look at how to program 1 Level parameters in the MICROPROCESSOR
memory. These parameters control values and actions, both internal and external,
which determine the conditions and type of service. Parameters are as follows:
P0 CHANGE LANGUAGE P9 CLEAN DRAIN (WARNING)
P1 NAME P10 CLEAN GRILL (WARNING)
P2 DATE AND TIME P11 ORANGE TYPE
P3 TELEPHONE NUMBER P12 JUICE LEVEL
P4 REFRIGERATION CONTROL
P13 SERVING TYPE
P5 TEMPERATURE
P15 PROGRAM LIGHTS
P6 CLEANING TYPE
P16 VERIFY DISPENSER OPTOS
P7 WATER FEED MODE
P17 DEFROSING CONTROL
P8 GENERAL CLEANING NO. DAYS (WARNING)
These parameters are always accessed using the “MENU” key in the inside display;
the word “1 st LEVEL PARAMETERS” and the letter P_ with a blinking cursor on the
lower line indicate that this is the parameter area. Once inside this area, use the number
keys to access the different parameters (from 0 to 9 and the alphanumeric
key with the decimal point and always confirm with the
(ENTER) key.
Key funtions:
The sequence for showing characters is the one
presented as an example for key 1:
A, B,C,a,b,c. Keys to use are: numerical
characters for writing, validated using ENTER
and ERASED using DEL . If new numerical values must be entered (and not
selected from an existing list), the programmed value will appear between parentheses;
to the right of the parentheses a blinking cursor indicates that this is where the new
value should be entered.
P0 – CHANGE LANGUAGE
With this parameter, you can personalize the language used for communication on the
Outside Display (user), as well as for the two programming levels (Operator and
Supervisor). The default language is English (2), and other languages can be selected
from the menu: 1º.-spa (Spanish) Screen messages 7º.-russian
For this parameter, the
ENTER
keys are used to move up or down the list and the
key is used to select a language. The option selected will blink.
P1 -NAME
With this parameter, you can personalize the name appearing on the machine’s Outside
Display. Types of characters that can be entered are: alphanumeric or blank spaces.
COMPANY NAME:
The maximum number of characters allowed for indicating a company name is 16.
P2 – DATE AND TIME
With this parameter, you can personalize the date and time, as well as their
presentation, according to the target market. Screen messages obtained are:
New Year (2008-2999): (2008) NEW:
New Month(1-12):
(01) NEW:
New Day (1-31):
(01) NEW:
A message will be shown for entering the type of date representation.
1 DD.MM.Y 2 mm.dd.y
The selected option will blink.
The symbol used to separate day, month and year is the period, “.”:
Example: 01.12.2007
The message shown for entering hour and minutes is:
New Hour (0-23):
(00) NEW:
New Minute (0-59):
(00) NEW:
Hour Format
(1) AM-PM (2) 0-24h
The selected option will blink
P3 – TELEPHONE NUMBER
With this parameter, you can personalize the telephone number that will be seen on the
Outside Display:
Telephone Number:
(00) 00.000.00.00
To enter the telephone number, press each number one by one in order, allowing the
introduction of parentheses and separating with periods. Validate with the ENTER
key, and ERASE or move to a mistaken character with the DEL and
keys. To
enter a “New Telephone Number,” first erase the existing number with the DEL key,
and then proceed to entering the new number.
P4 – REFRIGERATION CONTROL
With the combined “Temperature + Time” program, you can program the way the
refrigeration units operates (“on” and “off” time for the compressor), in this way
prolonging the life of the refrigeration unit. Under normal conditions, select (1).
1.-TEMP+TIME:Temperature and time.
2.-TEMP (Temperature Only): It is possible to select this option only in case the
control card clock is not working and use it until the clock is back to normal.
CONTROL REFRIG UNIT
1.TEMP+TIME 2.temp
The selected option will blink.
P5 -TEMPERATURE
With this parameter, you can adjust the temperature between 5 and 15º C (41 and 59º
F), which will be the average temperature inside the machine. The temperature
appearing on the display (between parentheses) is the current temperature of the
refrigeration circuit. The first screen message allows you to select the type of
temperature unit to use:
TEMPERATURE UNIT
1. ºCENT 2. ºFahren
The selected option will blink; the default temperature shown is 1. CENT (ºC).
When the temperature unit measurement has been selected (in the case where ºC
has been chosen), you should enter the refrigeration circuit temperature:
TEMPERATURE (5 ÷15 ºC) (9 ºC) NEW:
P6 – CLEANING TYPE
With this parameter, you can personalize the type of cleaning that will be done using
the water nozzles installed in the pressing unit housing; two types of cleaning are
offered:
(1) Cleaning by number of servings (40).
(2) Cleaning at a specific hour (17:00). You
will see the following message on the screen:
CLEANING TYPE (1)No. SERVINGS (2)hour
The selected option will blink on the display screen. In our example, the option
selected concerns the number of servings.
When the NUMBER OF SERVINGS option has been chosen, the following message
will be shown:
NUMBER OF SERVINGS Number : (40)
If this option is chosen, the default number of servings is 40. If the HOUR option is
chosen, the message shown will be:
CLEANING HOUR
P7-WATER FEED MODE
This adjusts the operating mode for machine cleaning according to the cleaning
program chosen and to whether or not the machine is connected to a network or is
standalone.
The default option is (2) Standalone.
WATER FEED
The option chosen will blink.
(1) Network (2) Stand-alone If neither option has been programmed, the Outside
Display will show an out-of-order message: OFF 14.
P8 -GENERAL CLEANING NO. DAYS
With this parameter, you can personalize the period after which the operator should
carry out a general cleaning of the machine. The default value is (7); i.e., EVERY
SEVEN DAYS THE MESSAGE WILL APPEAR accompanied by the date of execution.
The screen message is as follows:
GENERAL CLEANING DAYS (7) NEW:
This message appears every time the door is opened and will disappear only if its
reading has been confirmed by pressing the
DEL asterisk key once.
The date found on this parameter indicates the last date on which a general cleaning
was done and the message shown only on the INSIDE DISPLAY is:
GENERAL CLEANING
00.00.0000
P9 – CLEAN DRAIN AND DISPENSER TUBE
With this parameter, you can personalize the period after which the operator should
clean the machine drain to avoid clogging. The default value is (2); i.e., every TWO
MONTHS THE MESSAGE WILL APPEAR accompanied by the date of execution.
CLEAN DRAIN (1-6) Months(2) NEW:
The date accompanying this parameter, every P9 MONTHS, indicates the last date on
which drain cleaning was done and the message shown only on the INTERIOR
DISPLAY is:
CLEAN DRAIN
00.00.0000
This message will appear every time the door is opened and will disappear only if its
reading is confirmed by pressing the
DEL asterisk key once.
P10 – CLEAN GRILL
With this parameter, you can personalize the period after which the operator should
clean the dispenser grill to avoid bad smells. The default value is (120); i.e., EVERY
120 SERVINGS THE MESSAGE APPEARS accompanied by the date of execution.
The message EVERY 120 SERVINGS is obtained using the following screen:
CLEAN GRILL (1-120)
Servings(120) NEW:
The date accompanying this parameter, every P10 SERVINGS, indicates the last date
on which the grill was cleaned. The message shown on the INTERIOR DISPLAY only
is:
CLEAN GRILL
00.00.0000
P11 – ORANGE TYPE :
Here, you can determine the size of oranges to be used, choosing from three types,
which can be selected as follows:
1. lge: Large Orange.
• 2. med: Medium Orange.
3. sml: Small Orange. The
message seen on the screen is:
ORANGE TYPE 1.lge 2.med 3.sml
The type that is blinking (2.med) is the currently selected typed. Proceed as usual,
using alphanumeric characters (1, 2 and 3 only); entering any other value will cancel
the action and the program will wait for a new value.
ORANGE TYPE
1. LARGE
2. MEDIUM
2. SMALL
DIAMETER (mm)
76 -81
71 -75
65 -70
P12 – JUICE LEVEL
With this parameter, you can control the type of serving you want: either Normal
Juice Level or Extra Juice Level, which is monitored with the Optos.
1
NORMAL JUICE LEVEL: Final reading of juice level (END OF SERVICE) at
OPTO 5; juice level is approximately 15 mm from the edge of the glass.
2
EXTRA JUICE LEVEL: Final reading of juice level (END OF SERVICE) at OPTO
6; juice level is approximately 5 mm from the edge of the glass.
JUICE LEVEL 1.NORMAL 2.Extra
P12 NORMAL SERVING
OPTO
READ
% SCREEN
6
P12 EXTRA SERVING
OPTO
READ
% SCREEN
6
SI
100
5
SI
100
5
SI
85
4
SI
80
4
SI
68
3
SI
60
3
SI
51
2
SI
40
2
SI
34
1
SI
20
1
SI
17
0
SI
0
SI
SERVING TYPES
The currently selected type is the one that blinks. Proceed as usual using alphanumeric
characters (1 and 2 only). The default JUICE LEVEL for this parameter is (1).NORMAL.
P13 – SERVING TYPE
With this parameter, you can select the quality of juice dosage, since stopping at
“OPTO 3” produces finer adjustment that stopping at “OPTO 4”. When large oranges
are used, stopping is always at “OPTO 2”, independently of desired juice level
(NORMAL or EXTRA). You can also program what we call a Fast Service, where juice
level will depend only on the size and number of oranges programmed. In this mode,
Optos will detect glass presence and glass removal, but not juice level.
1
FAST service (Level WITHOUT OPTOS): Juice obtained for each serving
depends only on the number of oranges programmed to be squeezed per serving. In
this case, a new screen will be presented that asks for the number of oranges to be
used per serving.
2
NORMAL service (Level WITH OPTOS): Faster service and adjustment of
juice at normal level; start reading at Opto 4.
3
FINE-TUNED service (Level WITH OPTOS): Slower service and more finely
tuned juice level; start reading at Opto 3.
SERVICE TYPE 1.Fast 2.Norm 3.Fine
The current selection blinks. Proceed in the usual way using alphanumeric
characters (1, 2 and 3 only).
The default SERVICE TYPE for this parameter is (2).NORMAL.
EXTRA
NORMAL
Recommendation: With medium and small oranges (P11=small/med) use NORMAL
service and with large oranges (P11=large) use FINE service. If you do not want it to
work with OPTOS (level sensing), select FAST service (P13=”1.FAST”).
When P13 = “1.FAST”, you can determine the quantity of oranges that are squeezed
for each serving. The message seen on the screen is the following:
JUICE ORANGES
LGE(M) NEW(K-L) X
The first three letters on the lower line list the type of orange programmed in parameter
P11 (small = sml; medium = med; large = lge), followed by the size programmed (M)
and the new number of oranges to be squeezed (X).
The K to L interval indicates the minimum and maximum number of oranges that can
be programmed for each orange size.
Next, you will be asked to confirm if the elbow should be emptied, since there is no
default setting for this. If you press 2.NO, the machine will remain in its previous state
of service.
EMPTY ORANGE ELBOW
1.yes 2.no
P15 – PROGRAM LIGHTS
With this parameter, you can personalize when lights should be on at the machine
exterior. The selection that blinks is the one currently selected. The screen message is
the following:
EXTERIOR LIGHT 1.ON 2.off 3.time
(1) Light on: the light will always remain on.
(2) Light off: the light will always remain off.
(3) Time: with this option, you can personalize the time the light will turn on and
off every day.
-For this parameter, the default setting is (1).ON
-If you choose the option (3. time), the following messages will be displayed:
HOUR LIGHT ON (0-23)
(XX) NEW:
MINUTE LIGHT ON(0-59) (YY) NEW:
HOUR LIGHT OFF (0-23)
(XX) NEW:
MINUTE LIGHT OFF (0-59) (YY) NEW:
When on and off times have been programmed, you will be asked if you want the
machine to be programmed to remain lighted during weekends or if you want it off.
WEEKEND
1. Yes 2.NO
P16 – VERIFY DISPENSER OPTOS
This is used only as indicated by the Technical Service to carry out verifications on the
infrared sensors operation. If you press consecutively on the MENU
key, you will
obtain a reading of the different OPTOS (Opto 0, Opto 1, Opto 2, Opto 3, Opto 4, Opto
5, Opto 6). If the Opto 0 infrared sensor (the first one listed in the column below) is
working correctly, it will show a value that is random and not necessarily the same
each time the P16 parameter is checked: this value represents a percentage of
infrared beam reception.
Pressing you obtain reading of Opto 0
Pressing you obtain reading of Opto 1
Pressing you obtain reading of Opto 2
Pressing you obtain reading of Opto 3
Pressing you obtain reading of Opto 4
Pressing you obtain reading of Opto 5
Pressing you obtain reading of Opto 6
P17 – DEFROSTING CONTROL
With this parameter, you can personalize how the evaporation unit that belongs to the
refrigeration unit will be defrosted; the default option selected is 2.HOURS. The
first message seen on the screen will be how to select the type of defrosting to be done:
DEFROSTING 1.positive 2.TIME
1.-POSITIVE (Natural): If you choose this option, each time there is a FRIGO OFF cycle,
frost that has accumulated on the evaporator blades will melt because of an increase in
temperature produced within the enclosure by the compressor. Thus, with this option,
the electric resistor will never be used to defrost the equipment.
DEFROSTING
1.POSITIVE 2.time
2.-TIME (at a predetermined hour): Selecting this option forces defrosting of the
evaporator by turning on the electric resistor for a period of time (“tRESISOR”) at a
predetermined hour, in such a way that:
a) If, at the pre-programmed time, the refrigeration unit is in operation
(FRIGO ON), defrosting will be done during the next FRIGO OFF.
a) If, at the pre-programmed time, the refrigeration unit is at FRIGO OFF,
defrosting will not be done until the next FRIGO OFF.
b) If the door is opened, the program will consider that defrosting has been
carried out using the resistor and will trigger defrosting at the next
scheduled time.
The screen message shown when this option is selected is:
DEFROSTING 1.positive 2.TIME
STARTING HOUR (0-23)
(03) NEW:
STARTING MINUTE (0-59)
(00) NEW:
When defrost starting time has been selected, a new screen will appear requesting the
time in minutes that the electric resistor (tRESISTOR) should be turned on.
TIME ON (1÷8) min (6.0) NEW:
During this time of defrosting with the electrical resistor (programmed by default at 6
minutes), the following messages will be shown in the exterior display:
WAIT
DEFROSTING
Once the defrosting process is finished, this message will appear:
DEFROSTING
ENDED
WARNING: The formation of frost on the evaporator is strongly tied to the machine’s
environmental conditions (high humidity, strong sunlight or radical temperature
differences between day and night), excessive door opening or leaving the machine run
with the door open.
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7.3. LEVEL 2: 2 LEVEL PARAMETERS (owner level)
Always enter programming parameters by pressing the “MENU”
, key; the internal
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display screen will indicate that parameters are available by showing the words “1
LEVEL PARAMETERS” and the letter P_ on the lower line with a blinking cursor.
key will trigger a request for a “5 digit” password
with the message “CHANGE LEVEL”. The default password is 54321, which is
indicated on the screen with hidden characters∗∗∗∗∗, that are validated with the
ENTER
key to access the second level.
If the password is correct, a “PASSWORD OK” message will appear for two seconds,
nd
giving access to both first and second level parameters, and “2
LEVEL
PARAMETERS” with the letter P_ and a blinking cursor on the lower line will be shown
on the screen. The “Parameter Number” can now be entered and validated with
ENTER.
If the password is not correct, the message “PASSWORD ERROR” will appear and
you will return to 1st LEVEL PARAMETERS.
Second Level or Supervisor parameters are the following:
P20 CHANGE CURRENCY UNIT
P21 CHANGE SERVICE PRICE
P24 FREE SERVING
P25 CHANGE 2ND LEVEL PASSWORD
P22 COLD JUICE CONDITION
P26 OPTOS OFF
P23 MODEM STATUS
P27 TURN BARRIER OFF
P20 -CHANGE CURRENCY UNIT
This parameter indicates only the text or symbol that appears next to the price; by
default this will be in euros “€”. To change it, enter the new unit using the keyboard,
following the same series of steps as for entering a name.
CURRENCY UNIT (€) NEW:
P21 – CHANGE SERVICE PRICE
With this parameter, you indicate to the MICROPROCESSOR what the price will be for
each serving of juice; this price will be communicated to each one of the slave elements
(coin, bill and card holders, etc.) in order to collect payment of the amount. The onscreen message is the following:
PRICE SERVING
(1.20)€ NEW:
The sign that accompanies the price is indicated in P20 (by default, the euro €).
Proceed in the customary manner using alphanumeric characters (from 0 to 9 only)
to enter the value; to erase, use DEL
and validate with ENTER.
N.B.: If no means of payment is connected, the machine will not allow entering a
decimal point.
P22 – COLD JUICE CONDITION
With this parameter, you can program machine operation to ensure cold juice “from the
last door opening”. The parameters that intervene jointly with “from the last door
opening” are:
COLD JUICE CONDITION: 1.yes 2.NO 3.yes+temp
-By default, the 2.NO option has been pre-selected.
• COLD JUICE CONDITION “2.NO”: The machine will serve juice from the last door
opening, independently of the temperature of the refrigeration circuit, since conditions
in the refrigeration enclosure are controlled exclusively by the indicated temperature
(T1) programmed in P5.
COLD JUICE CONDITION: 1.yes 2.NO 3.yes+temp
1º.-If this temperature (T1) has not been reached after five refrigerating cycles, the
machine will send an ERROR FRIGO message to the Inside Display.
2º.-In any case, this condition WILL ALWAYS ALLOW THE SALE OF JUICE.
• COLD JUICE CONDITION “1.YES”: WARNING. In this mode it is NOT possible to
sell juice because the machine will remain “Out of Order” from the last time the door is
opened if the programmed time of X hours (by default two) has not elapsed. This is to
ensure that oranges stored inside will remain refrigerated (for example, when the
storage bin is reloaded), even though this is unlikely since oranges must be
refrigerated during transportation. In this way, if the programmed time period has not
elapsed, independently of whether the indicated temperature has been reached, the
machine will remain OUT OF ORDER and it will not be possible to sell juice.
If the 1.YES option has been selected, a screen will appear requesting the time in hours
(t4), which, by default, is (2) hours. Validate:
COLD JUICE CONDITION: 1.YES 2.no 3.yes+temp
COLD JUICE YES
HOURS(2) NEW:
Next, a new screen will appear requesting (T2), which is, by default, (14)º C. Validate:
INDICATED TEMPERATURE (14
ºC) NEW:
When the TWO-HOUR safety time has elapsed, to ensure that oranges are cold the
enclosure temperature, Tx, will provoke either of two actions: • If Tx ≥ T2 = the machine
will remain OUT OF ORDER. • If Tx ≤ T2 = JUICE CAN BE SOLD.
• COLD JUICE CONDITION “3.YES +TEMP”: WARNING: this condition is
more restrictive than the preceding option and is used only IF THE
CUSTOMER
REQUESTS IT. In this condition “since the last door opening,” sale of juice will
NOT be possible unless the programmed time, t4, of X hours (by default, 2 hours) and
the T2 temperature have been reached. After that, if THE T1 TEMPERATURE
programmed in P5 IS NOT ATTAINED during a refrigeration cycle, the machine will
remain OUT OF ORDER until the next time the door is opened.
I-When this safety time (t4) is up, in order to ensure that oranges are cold the enclosure
temperature, Tx, will provoke either of two actions:
If Tx ≥ T2 = the machine will remain OUT OF ORDER.
If Tx ≤ T2 = JUICE CAN BE SOLD.
II -If the T1 temperature is NOT attained in the t3 time of FRIGO ERROR TIME, the
machine will remain OUT OF ORDER and will send an ERROR FRIGO message to the
External Display: “OUT OF ORDER OFF 00”.
When 3.SI+TEMP is selected, a second screen appears requesting HOURS; default for
t3 is (2) hours. Validate. In any case the number of programmable hours will be:
COLD JUICE CONDITION: 1.yes 2.no 3.YES+TEMP
COLD JUICE YES+TEMP: HORAS:(2) NUEVA:
Next, a new screen will request INDICATED TEMPERATURE (T2), which is (14)º C by
default. Validate.
INDICATED TEMPERATURE (14 ºC) NEW:
P23 – MODEM STATUS
With this parameter, you can indicate whether you wish the machine’s electronic system
to communicate with a MODEM system, specifically the DACHS DSK200 GSM/GPRS
model. By default, the machine is programmed for the option MODEM ACITIVE 2.NO.
The screens used to activate this parameter are:
MODEM ACTIVE 1.yes 2.NO
• To activate the MODEM, select the option MODEM ACTIVE 1.SI.
MODEM ACTIVE 1.YES 2.no
Enter the PIN for the telephone card that is installed in the MODEM.
Platform No.: If there are various machine locations, enter the number of your
machine’s site (hospital, etc.).
Telephone number to be called by the machine.
Individual machine identification number (for example, its serial number) if
there is more than one machine for each platform.
Indicate whether you want the machine to call at a specific time each day.
CALL MODEM AT SET TIME 1.YES 2.no
MODEM CALL HOUR Hour (0-23) NEW:
MODEM CALL MINUTE Minute (0-59) NEW:
• Indicate whether you want the machine to notify that the door is open.
DOOR OPEN 1.YES 2.no
• General MODEM specificationes:
Every two minutes, it checks to see if there are new messages for the
machine.
If there is a permanent OUT OF ORDER OFF XX (after three attempts to
restart), it will send a programmed message to the telephone.
If the message function is activated at a set time, the machine will send a
message at the programmed time.
If the DOOR OPEN option is activated, and after repowering the control card
with electrical energy, every time the door is opened the machine will send a message
that the door is open. For the next 30 minutes it will not transmit a DOOR OPEN
message, since this temporizer is reinitialed every time the door is opened.
The message format for replying to a message received by the machine or when a
programmed message is sent or the door is opened is the following:
1.-Machine identification no., Platform no.: 378125; 25
2.-Transmission time: 20:45
3.-Machine status: If the machine is out of order, the numerical code is indicated
(OFF XX). If operation is normal, this is indicated by sending OK.
4.-Temperature: Temperature of refrigeration enclosure.
5.-Total and partial serving counter (Ok): 1.280; 87
6.-Total and partial counter of improper servings (Ko): 10; 3
7.-Total and partial counter of free servings: 27; 0
8.-Door status: OPEN, CLOSED
If the machine is out of order, the message format is as follows:
1.-Machine identification number: Machine registration number.
2.-Time of transmission: Time the message was sent.
3.-Machine status: OFF Error 4.
4.-Temperature: Temperature of the refrigeration chamber.
P24 – FREE SERVICE
With this parameter, you can select the free serving option. By default, this will be
inactive, 2.NO.
FREE SERVING 1.yes 2.NO
If the 1.YES option is chosen, servings are counted as TRIAL SERVINGS or FREE
SERVINGS. When this parameter is active, the price shown on the Outside Display is
0.00 €
nd
P25 – CHANGE 2 LEVEL PASSWORD
With this parameter, you can personalize the password for accessing the 2nd LEVEL
parameters. (We recommend that the SUPERVISOR not change the original
password.) The way of proceeding is the following:
You will be asked for the CUSTOMER CODE.
CUSTOMER CODE
54321
You will be asked for a NEW PASSWORD.
NEW PASSWORD
XXXXX
You will be asked to REPEAT THE NEW PASSWORD.
REPEAT NEW PASSWORD
XXXXX
The screen indicates that the password has been saved.
PASSWORD SAVED
P26 – OPTOS OFF
Here, you can “DISCONNECT THE OPTOS SYSTEM” if the machine is out of order
because of a problem with this system. In this way, the machine can be kept in
operation in “Fast Service” mode, without verifying whether glasses drop into place,
until replacements are received.
If you disconnect the Optos and validate the disconnection for a second time, the P13
parameter will activate “Fast Service”. Next, the P14 parameter will be activated with
the Optos OFF message on the top line. This parameter is programmed by default at
2.NO. The screen message is as follows:
OPTOS OFF 1.yes 2.NO
If you select 1.YES, you will be asked again whether you are sure the system is
disconnected at the level of the Optos.
OPTOS REALLY OFF ?
1.ACCEPT 2.CANCEL
If you validate 1.YES again, the P14 parameter will be activated and the message on
the screen will be:
ORANGES SERVING
XXX(X) NEW(K-L) X
In this case, proceed as indicated by the parameter.
P27 – TURN BARRIER OFF
Here, you can “DISCONNECT THE BARRIER” if the machine is out of order because
of a problem with this system. In this way, the machine can be maintained in operation
in “Quick Service” mode; the pressing system will be fed continuously and will be
governed by time and juicing peaks until new parts are received.
The message shown on the screen will be:
BARRIER OFF 1.yes 2.NO
If you select 1.YES, you will be asked again whether you are sure the feeder barrier
system has been disconnected:
BARRIER REALLY OFF ?
1.ACCEPT 2.CANCEL
Accepting sends you back to a higher level.
8.1. INFORMATION MESSAGES
1.1.1.1 NORMAL USER OPERATION :
FUNCTION MESSAGE
Machine resting
Machine resting without changes
FUNCTION MESSAGE
Squeezing oranges. Juice preparation process.
Finishing juice cycle. Sweeper on.
End of juice service
1.1.1.4
DURING A CLEANING PROCESS : FUNCTION MESSAGE
WAIT
CLEANING PROCESS
Cleaning process operation
End of cleaning process
1.1.1.5
EVAPORATOR DEFROSTING OPERATION : FUNCION MESSAGE
WAIT
Defrosting operation
DEFROSTING
End of defrosting
8.2. ERROR MESSAGES
8.2.1. EXTERNAL DISPLAY ERROR MESSAGES
The machine can detect problems on its own and announce them on the external and
internal displays:
WARNING: When the machine door is opened, the complete error message will appear
on the Outside Display. Once the problem has been taken care of, you MUST press the
MENU key and ESC to confirm resolution to the system; otherwise, when the door is
shut again the error message will persist.
8.2.2. INNER DISPLAY ERROR MESSAGES
On the inside display, different error messages are shown that will help the operator to
diagnose the cause when the machine is opened for regular cleaning.
N.B.: To check that errors have been taken care of:
Press the MENU key and ESC, shut and open the door
Run a few servings.Thoroughly clean the side panes (left and right) of the dispenser.
Verify whether operation remains constant.
8.3. TROUBLESHOOTING
1.1.1.8 Problem Nothing is working.
1.1.1.9 Solution
Verify the status of the power card LEDs. If you press on Key 1 and a green
LED lights up, current passes. If a red LED lights up, the fuse is blown. If so, replace it.
Check the motor connector outlet and invert the juicer connector with that of the
electronic card power supply and test to see whether both are working. If they are
working, the connection might not be making proper contact.
If the problem persists, check sweeper status.
juice level; this information is processed and sends orders to the feeder and juicer.
1.1.1.12 Problems
The machine gives insufficient servings or excessive servings that spill over
the rim of the glass.
The machine is out of order and indicates “Error Optos” on the display.
1.1.1.13 Solution
Clean the dispenser panes (output and input Optos).
Verify the status of Optos using Key 6.
Verify the emission value of each of the seven Optos using the P16 parameter
(without a glass present).
Check the complete juicing cycle process; if the problem persists, call your
technical service representative.
N.B.:
The juicing process is detected by the OPTOS photocells, which indicate to the
machine when it should stop because the glass is full. There are two other
operational means for detecting the juicing process: one uses the effort put out
by the juicing system and the other uses maximum cycle time (when maximum
serving time has elapsed, the machine stops automatically).
REFRIGERATION UNIT AND TEMPERATURE
Problems
• Doesn’t work.
Temperature changes abruptly.
Temperature will not lower (it is very high).
Solution
Check to see that the microprocessor clock is set at the correct time and has not been
erased. If the time is correct, test its status:
Press Key 5; a sound should be heard (compressor operation). Verify the
status of the control card LEDs. If the green LED is on, current passes; if the red LED
is on, change the fuse.
Check that evaporator fans work (air comes out of the fans).
Check that the rear of the machine is at least 200 mm from the wall (if it has
been pushed against the wall, condenser ventilation will be blocked).
With the door open, pull the white switch handle out to position 3, then check
to see whether the evaporator fans expel cold air. After five minutes, check to see if
frost has begun to appear on the evaporator tubes.
Check to see if the condenser fan (behind the compressor) is working.
Verify the temperature probe cable located on the plate.
Check that the temperature probe found on the right side of the cabinet is in
the correct position.
If the temperature probe is disconnected or broken, it will record a temperature
of 33º C.
N.B.:
The microprocessor has a battery to keep time in memory if it has been erased. Check
the connections to this battery. The battery has a lifespan; if the machine has been
turned off for four years and is turned on again, the battery will still be active.
This system includes a level sensor that will indicate when the container is full and must
be emptied. When the container is full, the machine will continue to serve juice but will
not carry out cleaning operations. If this is the case and the machine is opened without
emptying the container, the machine will go out of order.
N.B.:
Do not disassemble the level sensor.
Problem
Full container, “Continuing Out of Order”.
Solution
Cancel this by making a bridge in the floater connector and disconnecting the
pump connectors and the two electro-valves on the power card so that automatic
cleaning can occur. In this way, the machine is able to remain in operation until
replacement has been effected.
Cancel cleaning by disconnecting electrical power supply to the pump; if the
machine is connected to a network, put it in standalone mode.
8.4. MAINTENANCE
LOCK
If it is hard to use, loosen the rear screw somewhat or check machine levelling.
WATER DISTRIBUTOR, ELECTRO-VALVE, GUNS AND NOZZLES
If water is leaking out, check the quick plugs on the tubes; in addition, you can put Teflon
in the threaded joint and tighten the screw slightly. WATCH OUT! Avoid excess
tightening since this could break the screw.
DRAINAGE TUBE
From time to time, depending on how much the machine is used, remove the drainage
tube from the machine and clean it.
DOUBLE-BODY ELECTRO-VALVE ANTI-RETURN VALVE
Both the electro-valve and the anti-return valve have an interior filter that must be
cleaned if it becomes obstructed for any reason. We recommend putting another filter
between the external water inlet and this inlet to avoid sand or dirt that can be carried
by the water to other machine elements.
8.5. USEFUL ADVICE
system connection buses so that the machine will not accept payment for serving. The
machine will thus continue to be cooled and ensure that the oranges will not spoil while
the machine is out of order.
8.6. CLEANING PROCEDURE RECOMMENDATION
There are two types of cleaning: automatic programmed cleaning that the machine
carries out on its own and periodic cleaning by the machine operator to maintain the
machine in perfect hygienic condition and in proper operation.
AUTOMATIC CLEANING AND REMINDER MESSAGES
Automatic cleaning that is done in the pressing unit using the cleaning nozzles can be
personalized with first-level parameters (parameter P6) by choosing between two types:
(1) Cleaning by number of servings (40).
TYPE OF CLEANING
(2) Cleaning at a set time (17:00)
(1) no. servings (2)set time
The water collection reservoir can hold the equivalent of six automatic washings and
six washings using the nozzles (this factor should be taken into account when
automatic cleaning is programmed, in case there is no exterior drainage outlet).
With parameters P8, P9 and P10, you can program 3 REMINDERS, which will notify
when certain parts of the machine should be cleaned. This can be used to plan for
cleaning by reminding the machine operator when it is time to clean.
P8 -GENERAL CLEANING BY NUMBER OF DAYS
With this parameter, you can personalize the period after which the operator
must make an overall cleaning of the machine.
P9 -CLEANING OF DISPENSER DRAINAGE AND TUBE
With this parameter, you can personalize the period after which the operator
must clean the machine drainage system to avoid blockage.
P10 -CLEANING OF DISPENSER GRILL AND DOOR
With this parameter, you can personalize the period after which the operator
must clean the dispenser grill and door to avoid bad smells.
MAINTENANCE CLEANING
Maintenance cleaning is cleaning the operator should do at each visit to the
machine. The machine will notify the operator of the type of cleaning to be done, and
the machine can be configured to display these messages periodically. Depending on
the period of time between visits, maintenance cleaning is organized as follows:
The machine has a water gun that the operator can use to clean the juicer, grill and
dispenser. To remove the dispenser door: keeping the machine door open, slide the
dispenser door up with your right hand until it stops against the upper part.
With your left hand, pivot the front stop toward the interior of the dispenser.
To replace the door, raise the front stop to the upper area of the slide, pivot it toward
the inside of the dispenser, and put the door in place.
Once a week at minimum, the pressing drums, blade, extractors, juice bucket, filter,
screen, etc., should be thoroughly cleaned to eliminate any traces of orange (see
cleaning of the pressing unit) or these elements exchanged for a complete
replacement set. The filter and the bucket should be cleaned using a brush to
eliminate any pulp that might be deposited on the filter. In order to optimize
cleaning and assistance procedure timing, ZUMEX strongly recommends
acquiring our accessorie: “13.058.000 – SQUEEZE SYSTEM CLEANING KIT”.
Ask for further information to our Sales Department.
MONTHLY MAINTENANCE
Every month, the tube that drops juice into the glass and the drainage tube should be
cleaned using a brush or these elements exchanged for a complete replacement set.
It is advisable to use a 5% solution of water and bleach to clean the drainage tube
from time to time. When cleaning is finished, a number of automatic washings should
be done in order to eliminate bleach vapors.
RECOMMENDATIONS FOR CLEANING THE SQUEEZER:
The front shield should not be cleaned with abrasive or anti-limescale products
or washed in a dishwasher. In this way, the shield surface will remain shiny.
Clean the unit with soapy water and rinse with potable water, then sterilize with
a sanitizing solution. Do not use sharp or pointed instruments that might poke
holes that will cause cavities where organic matter can lodge.
To clean the outside of the machine, always use a mild detergent and warm
water; never use pressurized water.
Do not forget to clean the feeder along with the rest of the machine, using the
same products and procedures indicated (if appropriate). Otherwise, a waxy
layer will build up that is difficult to remove.
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24 V EVAPORADOR
GRUPO FRIO DISP. VASOS
1 GLASS HOLDER FAN
VENT. VASERO
LED1
LED2
LED3
MOT. BARREDOR
LED4
R5 R4
MOT. EXPRIMIDOR MOT. ALMACEN
LED6
R7
LED7
LED8
LED7 LED8
R8 R230VLED 230 V
VNT. HIMENEA230 VAC TF PRIMARIO LUZ EXTERIOR
14
15
16 17
2 SQUEEZER MOTOR 3 FEEDER MOTOR 4 SWEEPER MOTOR 5 24VAC
SUPPLY 6 EVAPORATOR FAN 7 COOLING UNIT 8 GLASS DISCHARGER 9
TEMPERATURE SENSOR 10 GLASS DISCHARGER LIGHT 11 PUMP 12 SQUEEZING
ELECTROVALVE 13 WATER PISTOL ELECTROVALVE 14 VENTILATION FEEDER
15 SUPPLY 230V
LED6R6
EV.PISTOLA EV.CARTERBOMBALUZ VASEROSONDA
R1
R2 R3 LED5
27
28
16 EXIT 230V TRANSFORMER 17 EXTERNAL LIGHTS
27
18 IG LED 19 DOOR 20 LEVEL SENSOR
21 COM. MODEM
21 22 BRUS RIGHT
23 BRUS LEFT 24 FEEDER INFRARED BARRIER 25 COM. DISPLAYS
CONEC. MODEM
29
30
BARREDOR I BARREDOR D
22
26 COM. RECORDING
27 COM. 230V – 24VAC
23
28 TEMPERATURE CALIBRATION 29 CLOCK BATTERY
30 COM. OPTICAL SENSOR
LED ▓ OK
LED ▓ KO
CLOCK BATTERY: CR2032 - 3V
IG LED PUERTA BOYA
25
FUSES: R1
100mA 5x20F R2
5x2F R5
3.5A 5x2F R6
5x20F R 230V
11A 5x20F
26 18 19 20
16A 5x20F R3
1A 5x20F R7
5A 5x20F R4
7A 5x20F R8
3.5A
1A
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10. CE DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY
Our machines meet safety norms and regulations that guarantee an optimal level of
operation for a long period of time and conform to the following inter-coordinated
standards:
EN ISO 12100-1 Machine safety. Basic concepts, general design principles. Part 1:
Basic terminology, methodology.
EN ISO 12100-2 Machine safety. Basic concepts, general design principles. Part 2:
Technical principles and specifications.
EN 60335-2-75 Safety for household and similar electrical appliances. Part 2-75:
Particular requirements for commercial dispensing appliances and
vending machines.
EN 1672-2 Food processing machinery. Basic concepts. Part 2: Hygiene requirements.
EN 60335-1 Safety for household and similar electrical appliances. Part 1: General
requirements.
EN 60335-2-75 Safety for household and similar electrical appliances. Part 2-75:
Particular requirements for commercial dispensing appliances and
vending machines.
EN 55014-1 Electromagnetic compatibility. Requirements for household appliances,
electric tools and similar apparatus. Part 1: Emission. Product family
standard.
EN 55014-2 Electromagnetic compatibility. Requirements for household appliances,
electric tools and similar apparatus. Part 2: Immunity. Product family
standard.
EN 61000-3-2 Electromagnetic compatibility. Part 3: Limits – Section 2: Limits for
harmonic current emissions (equipment input current ≤ 16A per phase).
EN 61000-3-3 Electromagnetic compatibility. Part 3: Limits – Section 3: Limitation of
voltage fluctuations and flicker in low voltage networks in equipment with
input current ≤ 16A.
European Directive provisions are listed below:
98/37/EC Aproximación de legislaciones de los Estados
Miembros sobre máquinas. 2002/72/CE Directive relating
to plastic materials and objects designed to come into
contact with food products.
93/43/CE Directive relating to food product hygiene.
2006/95/EC Directive relating to the approximation of the laws of Member States on
electric material designed for use within certain voltage limits.
2004/108/EC Directive relating to the approximation of the laws of Member States
concerning electromagnetic compatibility.
89/336/EC Approximation of the laws of Member States relating to electromagnetic
compatibility.
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