OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
072012
ORDER NO.: 00463
GB Original instructions
AE60/MK-III
AE80/MK-III
AE100/KM-III
A/S Wodschow & Co.
Industrisvinget 6
DK-2605 Brøndby
Denmark
Phone:
+45 43 44 22 88
Telefax:
+45 43 43 12 80
info@wodschow.dk
www.bearvarimixer.com
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Contents:
General, Safety and Installation of new mixer:................................................................................................................2
Construction of the mixer and The maximum capacity of the mixer:....................................................................................3
Control panel and Recommended maximum speeds..............................................................................................................4
“JOG”-function:...............................................................................................................................................................5
Inductive Sensor:..............................................................................................................................................................5
The speed system:..............................................................................................................................................................5
Overload: . .....................................................................................................................................................................5
Special starting procedure to be used after:....................................................................................................................5
Operation of the mixer:.....................................................................................................................................................6
General description of MODES:......................................................................................................................................8
How to run the mixer manually:.........................................................................................................................................8
How to input a program:...................................................................................................................................................9
How to program a recipe:..................................................................................................................................................9
How to run a programmed recipe:...................................................................................................................................10
Fixed Mode:. ...................................................................................................................................................................10
How to enter “FIXED MODE”:......................................................................................................................................11
How to run a program in “FIXED MODE”:.....................................................................................................................11
How to exit “FIXED MODE”:.........................................................................................................................................11
Control data for program 26:........................................................................................................................................12
Instructions for running-in of MK-III panel (Program 30):.............................................................................................13
Error Codes:..................................................................................................................................................................14
Correct use of tools:.....................................................................................................................................................16
Cleaning, Maintenance and lubrication and Grease types:..............................................................................................16
Electrical diagrams:.......................................................................................................................................................17
List of errors and Possible solution:.............................................................................................................................18
Adjustment of special v-belt:.....................................................................................................................................18
Adjustment of bowl centering:..................................................................................................................................19
Adjustment of bowl fixing:.........................................................................................................................................19
Adjustment of bowl height:.......................................................................................................................................19
Adjustments of speed (low and high speed cam disks):...............................................................................................20
Manual speed operation:.................................................................................................................................................20
Important! The machine MUST be bolted to the floor before taken into use.
The load on each leg of the mixer is for ERGO 100 and ERGO 80
at maximum 3200 N and for ERGO 60 at maximum 2500 N
General:
In case of complaints, please contact your supplier.
The guarantee does not cover faults resulting from faulty
operation, overloading and lacking observance of directions
of maintenance.
It should be checked that all loose parts are delivered with
the mixer such as bowl, tools, grease gun and rubber feet.
Safety:
The constant noise level of the workplace of the operator
is lower then 70 dB (A).
In all cases where the parts of the mixer are moving and
the safety guard is not closed, it takes two hands to ope­rate
the mixer.
The mixer is designed for manufacture of pro­ducts
which do not during processing cause reactions
or emit substances which may be detrimental to
the user.
Putting your fingers in the bowl while the mixer is
running may cause injuries.
Installation of new mixer:
Installation and securing:
The mixer must be mounted with rubber feet, which neutralize both shaking and rusting. Spacers can be inserted under
the mixer’s feet, if the floor is not completely even.
Connection to power:
Before the mixer is connected to power, it should be checked
that the voltage and frequency printed on the machine
label is correct in relation to the place of installation. The
machine label is placed at the top right side of the mixer.
Checking of the direction of rotation of the planetary
head:
Lift up the bowl arms to normal working position
and start the mixer.
Check the direction of rotation of the planetary head:
the planetary head must rotate in the direction as
stated by the arrow above the planetary head. If the
direction of rotation is wrong, 2 of the phase wires
of the connecting cable must be inverted.
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Construction of the mixer:
Power box
MK-III Control panel
2 fuses 8 Amp. slow
JOG-micro switch
Emergency stop
Servo motor
Fitting for „JOG“-micro switch
Safety
switch
(CE)
Bowl arm guide plate
Micro switch for the upper
position of the bowl arms
Bowl lift arms
Micro switch for the lower
position of the bowl arms
Bowl lift motor
Inductive sensor
Dampener
The maximum capacity of the mixer:
Capacities per mix
Tool
Egg white
Whip
9L
12 L
15 L
Whipped cream
Whip
15 L
30 L
45 L
Mayonnaise *
Whip
48 L
64 L
80 L
Herb butter
Beater
Mashed potatoes *
AE60 AE80 AE100
45 kg 60 kg 75 kg
Beater/Whip 36 kg 50 kg 65 kg
Bread dough (50%AR) **
Hook
34 kg 50 kg 58 kg
Bread dough (60%AR)
Hook
44 kg 60 kg 70 kg
Ciabatta dough *
(70%AR)
Hook
40 kg 60 kg 75 kg
Muffins *
Beater
33 kg 48 kg 60 kg
Layer cake base
Whip
15 kg 20 kg 25 kg
Meatball mix *
Beater
45 kg 60 kg 75 kg
icing
Beater
40 kg 60 kg 70 kg
Doughnut (50%AR)
Hook
36 kg 50 kg 60 kg
* Scraper recommended
** Low speed operation is recommended
AR = Absorption Ratio (%AR)
(Liquid in % of solids)
Example: A basic recipe contains 1 kg of solids and 0,6 kg of
liquid:
This gives AR = 0,6 kgs x 100 = 60%
1 kg
If for instance it is required to use the maximum capacity of
the mixer, the calculated AR = 60% is used for determining the
amount of solids and liquid in the dough:
If a 80 L mixer is used, and a dough with AR = 60% is to be
kneaded, the maximum capacity is = 60 kg. Now the weight
of solids in this dough is calculated:
Solids = Max. capacity x100 = 60 kg x 100 = 37,5 kg
AR + 100
60 + 100
Weight of liquid = 60 kg - 37,5 kg = 22,5 kg
Local variations in the characteristics of the ingredients can influence water
absorption, volume and baking characteristics, etc.
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Control panel:
2
8
3
9
4
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The control panel is used for entering data to the system and for
general operation of the mixer.
5
11
12
10
7
13
6
Yellow safetybutton
ItemFunctionExplanation
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14
15
1.Program no.Displays the program number being executed
2.STEPDisplays the step number being executed
3.SPEED
Displays the set-speed
4.TIMEDisplays the elapsed time since start or displays the remaining time to shut down
5.Text areaOVERLOAD: The thermal overload relay has tripped, shutting off power to the motor.
MIN SPEED: The mixer is running at absolute minimum speed.
MAX SPEED: The mixer is running at absolute maximum speed.
READY: The mixer is ready to start.
6.ENTER
Used for stepping through a program.
7.CLRClears a flashing display.
8.Speed up/down arrows
Used for adjusting the speed while the mixer is running.
9.Time up/down arrows
Used for adjusting the time.
10.Program (PROG)
Used to enter/exit program-programming mode.
11.PAUSE
Pauses the mixer without losing recipe.
12.Numeric keys
Used for setting time and speed
13.Emergency Stop
Stops the mixer instantly.
14.START
Starts the mixer.
15.STOP
Stop and reset key - reduces the speed to minimum and stops the mixer.
16.BOWL LIFTIf avaible, used for raising and lowering the mixing bowl.
17.Green L.E.D.
Lights up when the mixer is paused.
Recommended maximum speeds.
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“JOG”-function:
Overload:
Do not overload the mixer. Sticky and heavy
doughs may reduce the performance of the mixer
by 75%. The performance is further reduced if the
speed of the mixing tool is increased beyond the
re­commended values or if a wrong mixing tool
is used. Large lumps of fat or cooled ingredients
must be cut into small parts before they are placed
in the bowl.
The mixer is provided with a “JOG”-function. Before the bowl reaches its top position, the tool
starts rotating to dig its way into the ingredients.
For safety reasons the “JOG”-function means that
two hands must be used to operate the mixer.
Inductive Sensor:
At the back of the right bowl arm is an inductive sensor
(fig. 1) which is activated when the bowl is placed correctly
in the bowl arms (all the way back in the bowl arms). The
mixer can only be operated when this sensor is activated.
It is possible to lift the bowl arms even if the bowl is not
mounted.
Prolonged overload will make the mixer’s motor
protection disconnect the mixer. Leave the mixer
for approx. 3 minutes and restart it.
The speed system contains an automatic protection
system against overloading of the mixer.
The computer of the control panel will always try to keep the
mixing speed at the same level as the keyed in speed. If the
mixer cannot run with the required speed due to overloading, the computer will reduce the mixing speed to a value
corresponding the loading capacity of the mixer.
In case of overloading the following will happen:
The speed keyed in by the operator on the control panel will,
depending on the loading, be reduced by up to 20%. This
speed reduction can occur several times after each other
until the speed corresponds the loading capacity of the mixer.
If this happens, the operator must reduce the speed on the
control panel or reduce the amount of dough.
Prolonged overload will make the mixer’s motor protection
disconnect the mixer. Leave the mixer for approx. 3 minutes
whereafter the mixer can be restarted.
Special starting procedure to be used after:
fig. 1 Inductive sensor in the bowl arms.
The bowl arms can move a little in case of maximum
loading (mixing of dough),
The speed system:
The speed regulation of the control panel is a feed-backservo-system. This means that a pick-up (magnetic sensor)
is constantly supervising the speed of the main shaft, and
reports back to the control panel.
The actual speed of the tool is constantly compared with
the required speed, and the computer of the control panel
will send a signal to the servo motor in order to adjust the
speed if the comparison is showing a greater difference
than +/- 10 RPM
1.
Stop when using the emergency stop switch.
2.
Stop due to overloading.
3.
Stop due to opening of safety guard when the mixer
is running.
The bowl must be removed from the mixer before starting
the mixer again. The mixing speed must be reduced to low
speed before the bowl is placed in the mixer.
If the mixer is started without removing the bowl, it must be
possible for the mixer to obtain approx. 75% of the minimum
speed. If this is possible, the mixer will automatically return
to lowest speed and stop. After pressing “START” the
operation can be continued in the normal way. If the mixer
cannot achieve approx. 75% of the minimum speed due to
continued overloading, the error code E501 will appear. The
bowl is now to be removed from the mixer. After a pause of
2 minutes, “START” can be pushed again, and the process
can be continued.
Always use START/STOP, or PAUSE. Emergency stop is only to be used in case of an
emergency
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Operation of the mixer:
Left “ear”
Third
“ear”
Right “ear”
Open the safety guard and place the bowl in the bowl arms.
Check that the bowl is placed correctly - the third “ear” of
the bowl shall point towards the mixer and the bowl shall be
pushed all the way into the bowl arms.
Place the mixing tool in the bayonet shaft. The pin on the
mixing tool must be turned into the bayonet hole.
Check that the emergency stop switch is not pushed in, as
none of the functions of the mixer can be used if the emergency stop button is activated. Release the emergency stop
by turning the button a little to the right.
The mixing time is set in min. and sec. by pushing slightly
the adjusting fields, up or down.
The bowl is raised and lowered by pushing slightly the
“BOWL LIFT” up or down keys. The key must be kept
pushed until the bowl is either entirely up or entirely down,
and the mixer will make an acoustic signal. Check that the
bowl is placed correctly when the bowl is raised.
If the timer is not used, the mixing time will be shown.
OBS: The yellow safety buttom must be activated while lifting the bowl.
The time can be changed after the mixer has been started.
The timer is put to zero position by pushing “STOP”.
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The mixing speed is set by pushing slightly the up or down
keys.
The speed can be changed after the mixer has been
started.
After pushing “STOP” the mixing speed must be set
again.
When the bowl is raised into its working position, the
mixer can be started by pushing slightly the green start key
“START”.
If the stop field has been pushed immediately before
“START” is pushed, 1-2 seconds will pass before the
mixer can start.
The mixer can only be started when the bowl
is in working position and the safety guard is
closed.
The mixer can be stopped temporarily by pushing slightly the
pause key “PAUSE”. The timer will stop the countdown.
Stop the mixer by pushing slightly the red stop key
“STOP”.
By pushing “START” the timer will continue, and the mixing
speed will return to the preset speed.
The mixer will automatically return to low speed and stop.
If the mixer is stopped when loaded in high speed, e.g. by
pushing the emergency stop button or by opening the safety
guard, the bowl must be removed from the mixer, and the
speed reduced to low speed before restarting the mixer. If
this is omitted, the mixer can be destroyed.
Emergency stop must only be used in case of
an emergency.
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General description of MODES:
The system contains six different modes:
1.
MANUEL MODE: The mode when the mixer is operated like a manual controlled mixer. Instead of executing a programmed
recipe, the mixer is started and operated until it is manually shut off. The timer function is automatically activated and
registers the time used for mixing.
2.
PROGRAMMING MODE: The mode where all programming and editing of programs takes place.
3.
PROGRAM MODE: The mode where all programmed recipes are executed.
4.
FIXED MODE: A pure executional mode, mixer will only run the programmed recipes. Neither editing or speed/time
overwriting can take place. Manual mode is void.
5.
RPM MODE: Computer displays the speed in actual R.P.M.
6.
SPEED MODE: Computer dispalys the speed. (Speed 1,2,3 and 4).
How to run the mixer manually:
R.P.M. mode
1
6
Enter the speed desired
2
7
3
8
4
9
5
0
0
ENTER
Push
1 2 3 4 5
6 7 8 9 0
Enter the time desired
Push
ENTER
START
Push
SPEED mode
Enter the speed desired
1
2
3
4
ENTER
Push
1 2 3 4 5
Enter the time desired
6 7 8 9 0
Push
ENTER
Push
START
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How to input a program:
A flashing display indicates that it is expecting the operator to key in a value.
A step is always a combination of speed and time.
An examlpe is 100 R.P.M for 5:00 minutes or 0 R.P.M for 15 seconds (which is a 15 second pause). Please note that the mixer
will not start automatically after a pause, the start button must be pushed to proceed to the next step.
Up to 25 programs, each consisting of 9 step, can be stored in memory.
A sample program:
Program number
Step
11
2
3
4
5
6
60
200
0
110
180
0
Speed
Time
1:00
5:00
0:20
4:00
2:00
0:00
“0” Speed and “0:00” Time in the last step is mandatory. The control system will read it as a “end of program” mark.
How to program a recipe:
PROG
Push
“HOLD FOR 3 SECONDS”
ENTER
Push
ENTER
Push
Enter the speed desired
Push
Enter the time desired
1
6
2
7
3
8
4
9
5
0
4
9
5
0
ENTER
1
6
2
7
3
8
Repeat this process for as many as 9 steps per program, after the 9th step, the next program number will display, ready to
enter a new recipe. This will continue up to 25 programs.
Example:
ENTER
To edit a recipe or to correct mistakes, press “PROG” and hold it for 3 seconds to enter the programming mode, then push
“ENTER” to reach the program/step that you wish to edit.
To delete a recipe, use the same step above to enter the programming mode, then push “ENTER” to reach the program/
step that you wish to erase. Enter “0” in speed and “0” in time in all steps.
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How to run a programmed recipe:
PROG
Push
1
6
2
7
3
8
4
9
5
0
Enter the program number
Push
Push
ENTER
START
After the “ENTER” key has been pushed, the data in step 1 will be displayed along with the program number.
After the last program step has been executed, the mixer will slow to minimum speed and shut off.
The mixer can be stopped at any time during a recipe by using the “PAUSE” button, the mixer will slow to stop and the recipe
will not be lost. To continue on with the same recipe, push “START”.
Fixed Mode:
Fixed mode is basically designed for users who operate the same recipes over and over again without frequent updating.
The maximum numbers of programs available in fixed mode is reduced from 25 to 10.
Fixed mode is a purely executional mode, its not possible to adjust the speed or time while in this mode.
The mixer will only run recipes that are programmed.
The advantage to this mode is that no one can “cheat” the programmed recipe.
The only applicable keys are “START”, “STOP”, “PAUSE”, “BOWL LIFT”, Emergency stop and numeric keys.
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How to enter “FIXED MODE”:
PROG
Push
“HOLD FOR 3 SECONDS”
1
6
Push
3 4
8 9
5
0
ENTER
Push ”1 2 3 4”
2
7
Tryk
Push ”9 9”
1 2 3 4 5
6 7 8 9 0
Push
ENTER
How to run a program in “FIXED MODE”:
Push the program number
1
6
2
7
3
8
4
9
5
0
Push
START
How to exit “FIXED MODE”:
Push
PROG
“
HOLD FOR 3 SECONDS”
Push “1 2 3 4”
1 2 3 4
6 7 8 9
5
0
Push
ENTER
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Control data for program 26:
Push
PROG
“HOLD FOR 3 SECONDS”
1 2
6 7
3
8
4
9
5
0
Push ”2 6”
Push
Push ”1 2 3 4”
ENTER
1 2 3 4 5
6 7 8 9 0
ENTER
Push
ENTER until you reach step 7
Push
In the following chart you find the value that matches the mixer model and enter it in step 7. Repeat for step 8 and 9:
Step 7
Step 8
Step 9
ixer model Values
M
Mode
ValueMixer model
AR30
30“RPM” MODE”
:00
AR30 323
AR40
40(Speeds RPM)
AR40 390
AR60
60 OR
AR60 350
AR80
80“SPEED MODE”
:02
AR80 400
AR100
100(Speeds 1-4)
AR100 400
AR140
140
AR140 400
AR200
200
AR200 400
Push
Push
ENTER
Value 50 Hz
369
375
390
422
422
422
422
PROG
Now run program 30, see page 13
OVERLOAD light: When activated, mixer will lower speed 20% until it can maintain a steady speed.
1. Too much dough in the bowl (overloading) or speed set too high. Lower dough amount and speed.
2. V-belt is slipping: tighten belt or replace as needed.
3. Drive pin in motor pulley sheared, replace.
4. Hall effect sensor out of adjustment or magnet disc loose. (See E:301)
Value 60 Hz
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Instructions for running-in of MK-III panel (Program 30):
Start with running program 26, see page 12.
PROG
Push
“HOLD FOR 3 SECONDS”
1 2 3 4 5
6 7 8 9 0
Push ”3 0”
Push
ENTER
1 2 3 4 5
6 7 8 9 0
Push ”1 2 3 4”
ENTER
Push
Push
START
The actual RPM of the mixer is shown in the “SPEED” display.
The required minimum RPM of the mixer is shown in the “TIME” display.
Push
display.
or
below the “SPEED” display until the RPM in the “SPEED” display is equal to the RPM in the “TIME”
Turn the cam disk (see page 20 and 21) for activation of micro switch for minimum speed (closest to V-belt) so that the
“MIN” display only just lights up.
The cam disk has been adjusted to minimum speed when the “MIN” display only just lights up at minimum RPM.
Push “CLR”.
The required maximum speed of the mixer is shown in the “TIME” display.
Push
display.
or
below the “SPEED” display until the RPM in the “SPEED” display is equal to the RPM in the “TIME”
Turn the cam disk for activation of micro switch for maximum speed (remotest from V-belt) so that the “MAX” display only
just lights up.
The cam disk has been adjusted to maximum speed when the “MAX” display only just lights up at maximum RPM.
Push “STOP”
The mixer is ready for use.
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Error Codes:
An error in the mixer will trigger an ERROR code in the time display. See the below mentioned explanation of error codes
and the procedure for correcting them.
E:201 The servo motor block actuator (B) did not contact the minimum speed micro switch (A) after the stop button was
pushed or the programmed recipe completed.
The computer is programmed to slow the mixer down to low speed before shutting off. It will not do this unless the micro
switch is contacted by the block mounted on the speed adjustment shaft.
To correct this error:
1) Check the micro switch (A) to see if it is working by
manually pushing it, when pushed, the “MIN” light should
light up on the control panel. If it does not, the micro switch
is faulty.
2) The cam disk (B) is not contacting the switch, adjust the
switch.
3) The servo motor is not moving at all. Check the fuses in
the rear of the control, if blown, replace, if not blown, check
the voltage (31 VDC) at the servo motor while the mixer is
running. If voltage is present, the servo is faulty.
B
A
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E:301 There is no signal from the speed pickup (hall effect sensor).
To correct this error:
1) Check that the sensor (D) is centered directly above the track of the 3 magnets (F) on the pulley and the gap between the
sensor and magnets is 1/16”. If not, bend and / or move the bracket (I) holding the sensor.
2) Inspect the three wires between the sensor and the plug. Replace the sensor if wires are broken.
3) Insure the aluminium disc (E) is tight on the pulley.
I
F
D
E
HOT The thermal overload F2 has tripped because of excessive amp draw or heat.The overload will automatically reset after
it has cooled. This function is to protect the mixer
To correct this error:
1) Have a service technician inspect all wiring, contactor and overload for faults
2) Monitor the amp draw while the unit is operating. If excessive, the drive motor may be failing.
AE60
AE80
AE100
TR1........Transformer
TR2........“Step down” Transformer
T.............Relay for motor
F2...........Thermal cut-out
K1...........Contactor coil
R1...........Coil for starting relay
D1...........Rectifier
F3, V1.....Fuse 1,5 A slow
S.............Relay, start
S1...........Relay, bowl lift - down
S2...........Relay, bowl lift - up
S3...........Relay, lifting motor
P.............Assisting contactor
H1, H2....Diode bridge circuit
F4...........Fuse
E:401 The values in program 26, steps 7, 8 and 9 are missing or incorrect.
To correct this error, run program 26, see page 12
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Correct use of tools:
Lubrication of other movable parts:
Recommended applications for tools:
Whip
Beater
Hook
Cream
Cake dough
Bread dough
Egg whites
Butter cream
Dark bread
Mayonnaise
Waffle dough
and the like
and the like
Minced meat
and the like
For production of mashed potatoes the special wing
whip or the whip with thicker wires should be used,
alternatively use the beater and the whip.
The movable parts of the bowl arms, the shaft and the lifting rod must also be lubricated with oil. Remove the rear
covering and lubricate the marked points with an oil can.
(fig.3 pkt.2)
Grease types:
Grease for the pulley set shafts: Castrol LMX.
On repair of the planetary head: Grease the toothed wheel
and the toothed rim with Molub Alloy 936SF Heavy or Castrol Grippa 355, the needle bearings in the planetary head
must not be lubricated with this type of grease. Do not use
any another type of grease than the one stated here.
Whips should not be struck against hard objects
as e.g. the edge of the bowl. This will make the
life of the tool shorter due to increasing deformity.
Cleaning:
The mixer should be cleaned daily or after use. The mixer
should be cleaned with a soft cloth and clean water. Sulphonated soaps should be used with caution as they destroy
the mixer’s lubricants.
Never use high pressure cleaning for the
mixer.
Parts made of aluminum should not be used
to strongly acidic, highly alkaline or highly salty
foodstuffs, which may attack aluminum without
coating.
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Tools of aluminium must not be washed with
strong alkaline detergents (pH between 5 and 8).
The soap suppliers can recommend the correct type of soap.
Please note that the plastic safety guard can be
damaged if exposed to high temperatures for a
considerable period. (Max. temperature 65oC)
Cleaning of attachment drive: after use of the attachment
drive this should be wiped inside with a soft cloth.
Maintenance and lubrication:
The infinitely variable gear must be lubricated regularly, i.e.
a lubrication interval of approx. 60 hours of operation.
fig.3 Greasing of infinitely variable gear and other
movable parts
Lubrication of infinitely variable gear:
OBS. Special grease !!(Use the grease gun delivered
together with the mixer). Start the mixer and increase the
speed to approx. 50%. Stop the mixer (use the emergency
stop) and open the lid on the top of the mixer. On the top of
each of the two pulley set shafts is a grease nipple (fig. 3
point 1). Press grease through the grease nipples until
the grease gun feels hard to press or until grease comes
out between the shaft and the pulleys.
The mixer must not be started until the screws which
hold the lid are inserted.
Start the mixer, and set the speed back to low speed.
Stop the mixer and fill the grease gun with new grease so
that it is ready for next time.
OBS:
The mixer is to be connected to power via a plug.
The plug must be dimensioned for min. 16 A,
230/400V~, IP44
When connecting;
1 phase with 0 + earth, use 3 pole plug
2 phases + earth, use 3 pole plug
3 phases + earth, use 4 pole plug
3 phases with 0 + earth, use 5 pole plug
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Electrical diagrams:
L3
L2
L1
L3
L2
3 -F1
pcs.
16Amp.
L1
-F3
1,5 Amp
1 3 5
CONTACTOR
-K1
(5/2) 2 4 6
OUTSIDE
DELIVERY
1 3 5
-F2
(5/9) 2 4 6
L1
-TR1
GRAY
GREEN
27,5VAC
+38VDC
+24VDC Filtered
-RE2
GRAY
THERMO
RELAY
240V ORANGE
0VAC
YELLOW
BLACK
RED/BLUE 9VAC
BLACK
PINK/GRAY 0VAC
WHITE
WHITE
-D10
+24,5VAC
+ -C1 +
DIODE
BRIDGE
COUPLING
BOWL
SAFETY
BN/1 +
SENSOR
-B1
BK/4
BU/3
BOWL
TOP -CE1
-B2
MICRO
-JM1
220V RED
A
PRI:
MOTOR
TERMINAL
-X1
B
BOWL
SAFETY
MICRO (CE)
5 JOG
5
-R1 START
MICRO (5/5) SWITCH
9
9
RED
208V BROWN
200V PURPLE
-F4
BROWN
RED
GND
BLUE
BLUE
-24,5VAC
1,5
Amp
-J1
JOG
-J2
BUTTON
JOG
BUTTON
-G1
GUARD
SAFETY
MICRO
-K1
1/5
5/5
0V BLUE
U V W
-M1
-RE1
PURPLE
MAIN
MOTOR
-K1
B+ A1
31VAC
PURPLE
M
3
B-
0VAC
CONTACTOR
COIL
A2
N
N
TRYKKNAP PANEL
I/O BOARD
2
8
9
10
7
12
1
SECURITY
I/O BOARD SUPPLY
6
11
(-)
4
5
3
1
TOP LIT
2
1
2
+
27,5VAC GREEN
0VAC
YELLOW
9VAC
RED/BLUE
B
EMERGENCY
STOP
PINK/GRAY
0VAC
-24,5VAC
BLUE
1
-L1
2
2
GUARD
SAFETY
MICRO
13
-R1
RED
1
-G2
THERMO
RELAY
-S1
+24,5VAC WHITE
GND
96
-F2
(1/5) 95
13
AUXILIARY
-K1
(3/16) 14 SWITCH
START
RELAY -D2
14 + COIL
C
LID
SAFETY
MICRO
-S2
3/13
PUSH BUTTUM PANEL
I/O BOARD
1
FUSE
-F5
8Amp.
-B3
5 BOWL
TOP
9 MICRO
BOWL LIFT
2
4
3
-B4
BOWL
BOTTOM
MICRO
SPEED REG.
FUSE
5
6
1
1
-J3
-M2
M
-F6
8Amp.
-V1
2
3
2
MAGNET
4
5
6
SERVO
1 SERVO
43
MINIMUM -V2
MAXIMUM -K1
-M3
(3/16) 44
MICRO
2 MICRO
M
1
2
3
-S3
AUXILIARY
SWITCH
LIFTING
MOTOR
C
SERVO
MOTOR
MAGNETIC
SENSOR
D
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case of other errors, contadt the supplier. ossible solution:
List of errors: InP
Adjustment of special v-belt
A rattling sound from the closed part of the mixer.
The mixer starts “striking” when kneading dough Adjustment of special v-belt
which normally causes no problems.
The mixer changes its speed by itself.
Adjustment of special v-belt
The minimum and the maximum speeds are changing.
Adjustment of speed.
The bowl is too tight or too loose.
Adjustment of bowl fixing
The tool hits the sides of the bowl.
Adjustment of bowl centering
The tool hits the bottom of the bowl.
Adjustment of bowl height
Prior to a possible repair or adjustment, switch off the mixer by disconnecting the power cable.
Adjustment of special v-belt:
The distance (X) is only indicative as it depends on the tolerance of the special V-belt.
1.
*
On the front pulley set the stud (E) on the varispeed
collar (F) must be placed inside the lower fork (G) and
on the rear pulley set outside the fork for belt tightener
(B), (both must point backwards).
5.
Tolerances in the transmission might cause that the
special V-belt (A) is hitting the pins of the pulley sets
when the speed has been adjusted. In such cases the
distance (X) must be reduced.
6.
Then follow the section:
“Adjustment of speed”
Start by tightening the v-belts ( ).
2. Tighten the special V-belt (A) by moving one or two
washers from (V) to (T).
3.
4.
Start the mixer and leave it running while the nut (U)
is tightened. Do not tighten it too much.
(x):
AE60 =
AE80 =
AE100 =
305 mm +/- 3 mm
305 mm +/- 3 mm
305 mm +/- 3 mm
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Adjustment of bowl centering:
fig. 4 Adjustment of bowl fixing and bowl centering
First find the present bowl centering: mount the beater and
the bowl, then raise the bowl arms up to normal working position. With your hand turn the beater, and then measure the
distance between beater and bowl edge. By removing the
rear covering the bowl arm guide plate (E) is now accessible.
Loosen the screws (D) and move the bowl arm guide plate
in the required direction. Again turn the beater and measure
the distance between beater and bowl. When the bowl has
been centred, fasten the bowl arm guide plate in the new
position and screw on the rear covering.
Adjustment of bowl fixing:
The bowl arms must be raised to normal working position.
The adjusting diameter (Y) shall be measured inside between the bowl arms (fig. 4a).
In case the bowl fastening is too tight, remove the lock ring
(B) and draw the bearing (A) from the shaft (C). The bearing
should be turned 180o and be mounted on the shaft again.
It might be necessary to turn both bearings. At last check
the bowl centering and if necessary, adjust.
AE60
=
The bearing (A) has two diameters. As standard the mixer
is delivered with the bearings
mounted so that the largest dia­
meter points away from the bowl
arms, which means the tightest
bowl clamping.
450,4 mm
Adjusting diameter (Y):AE80
=
AE100
554mm
=
fig. 4a
516 mm
Adjustment of bowl height:
The distance (X) is measured from the bottom side of the bayonet hole to the surface on the bowl arms on which the bowl
rests (fig. 5). The bowl arms must be lifted to normal working position.
The upper and lower position of the bowl is determined by micro switch (1) and (2), (fig. 6). The two mechanical stops consisting of the bolts (3) and (4) are adjusted so that they will be hit approx. 2 mm after the micro switch, in case the micro
switch should fail. The upper position of the bowl arms is adjusted by moving the micro switch (1) in its slots, it is of utmost
importance that the stop screw (3) is re-adjusted afterwards. In the same way the lower position is adjusted by moving the
micro switch (2) in its slots. Thereafter the mechanical stop (4) is adjusted.
Bowl height (X):
fig. 5
AE60 = 178 mm
Measuring of bowl height
AE80 = 233 mm
fig. 6
AE100 = 297 mm
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Adjustments of speed (low and high speed cam disks):
1.
Prior to any adjustment the mixer must be at minimum speed, the bowl must be in “UP” position and the safety guard,
if equipped, must be closed.
2.
Press the emergency stop switch.
3.
The cable to the servo motor must be disconnected at the rear of the control box. The socket is marked “SPEED
REG”.
4.
The slide switch on the rear of the control box must be in the “MAN” position.
5.
The arm (U) is released from the servo motor shaft by removing the cotter pin (E) and the pin (T). The arm (U) must not
be loosened from the shaft (V).
6.
The manual speed selector lever (R) included with the mixer is placed in the shaft (A) so that it points upwards and
forwards. (Remove the cover from the side of the mixer).
7.
Release the emergency stop switch and start the mixer, increase the speed with the selector lever until the distance (H)
on the rear pulley is 0-3 mm: “HIGH SPEED”.
8.
Stop the mixer by pressing the emergency stop switch on the control box.
9.
Adjust the high speed cam disk (V2) so that it is activating the micro switch. “MAX light should be on”.
10.
Release the emergency stop switch and restart the mixer, with the manual speed selector lever, lower the speed until
the distance (H) is 0-3 mm on the front pulley set:
“LOW SPEED”.
11.
Stop the mixer by pressing the emergency stop switch on the control box.
12.
Adjust the low speed cam disk (V1) so that it is activating the micro switch: “MIN light should be on”.
13.
Reconnect the cable from the servo motor to the control box. The socket is marked 14.
Move the switch on the rear of the control box to “AUTO”.
15.
Remove the speed selector (R) and replace the cover on the side of the mixer.
16.
Mount the pin (T) and the cotter pin (E) which connects the arm (U) to the servo motor shaft.
“SPEED REG”.
BE AWARE THAT THE SERVO MOTOR SHAFT MUST NOT
TOUCH THE SHAFT (A) IN MAXIMUM SPEED.
17.
Release the emergency stop switch.
18.
Install the top lid.
Manual speed operation:
IF THE ELECTRONICS IN THE CONTROL BOX FAILS,
THE MIXER CAN BE OPERATED MANUALLY.
1.
Turn off the main switch at the point of connection.
2.
Open the mixer’s lid and toggle the switch which is placed on the rear of the control box to “MAN” position.
3.
Dismount the servo motor from the arm by removing the pin (T). Tie the servo motor shaft firmly so that it cannot touch
the special V-belt when the mixer is started.
4.
Remove the cover on the right side of the mixer and place the speed selector lever (R) in the slotted shaft. The speed
selector lever was included with the mixer either separately or in the mixer.
5.
Close the mixer’s lid and turn on the main switch.
6.
Start the mixer by pressing
7.
The speed can be changed on the speed selector lever (R).
8.
Stop the mixer by using the EMERGENCY STOP SWITCH instead of the normal stop key.
START
WARNING: In this working position the security systems of the mixer are out of function.
This means that the mixer can be running with the bowl lowered and the safety guard
and the cover open.
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1 mm MIN.
H
MAX.
2-3 mmH
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