Koro
Rev 1.0
English
Code:
P 252 rev. 1.0
Date:
09 - 2005
Programming Menu summary
Necta’s vending machines can function in 3 different operating modes:
- Normal vending mode
- Filler menu
- Technician menu
In order to access the programming menus, press the programming button located on the coin mechanism compartment:
At this point the machine goes into Filler Menu mode.
The buttons shown in the figure are used for surfing through the different menus:
Scrolling buttons UP ( ) and DOWN ( )
The UP and DOWN scrolling buttons are used for moving from one programming menu item to the the next one,
located in the same level, and at the same time change the status or the numeric value of the corresponding functions.
Confirm / Enter button ( )
The confirm / enter button is used for moving to the lower level or for confirming a value after being entered or
changed.
Exit button ( )
The exit button is used for returning to the higher level or for exiting a change field of a function. When reaching the
highest level in the menu, this button is pressed for going from the Technician menu into the Filler menu and vice versa.
P 252 rev. 1.0
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1 Statistics
1 Statistics
1.1 Statis. printing
1.1.1 Partial printing
1.1.1.1 Sel. cnt. print.
1.1 Printing the Statistics
1.1.1 Partial printout
1.1.1.1 Printing the selection counters
When confirming this function, the counters regarding the
different selections are printed.
1.1.1.2 Print band cnt
1.1.1.2 Printing the time band counters
When confirming this function, the counters regarding the
different time bands are printed.
1.1.1.3 Disc. cnt.print.
1.1.1.3 Printing the discount counters
When confirming this function, the counters regarding discounts and overprice are printed.
1.1.1.4 Fail. cnt.print.
1.1.1.4 Printing the failure counters
When confirming this function, the counters regarding the
different failure are printed.
1.1.1.5 Coin mech. print
1.1.2 Total printing
1.1.1.5 Printing the coin mechanism data
When confirming this function, the counters regarding the coin
mechanism data are printed.
1.1.2 Total printout
When confirming this function, all statistics are printed.
1.2 Print rel. stat.
1.2.1 Partial printing
1.2 Printing the relative statistics
1.2.1 Partial printout
1.2.1.1 Printing the selection counters
1.2.1.1 Sel. cnt. print.
1.2.1.2 Print band cnt
1.2.1.3 Disc. cnt.print.
1.2.1.4 Fail. cnt.print.
1.2.1.5 Coin mech. print
1.2.2 Total printing
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When confirming this function, the relative counters regarding
the different selections are printed.
1.2.1.2 Printing the time band counters
When confirming this function, the relative counters regarding
the different time bands are printed.
1.2.1.3 Printing the discount counters
When confirming this function, the relative counters regarding
discounts and overprice are printed.
1.2.1.4 Printing the failure counters
When confirming this function, the relative counters regarding
failures are printed.
1.2.1.5 Printing the coin mechanism data
When confirming this function, the relative counters regarding
the coin mechanism data are printed.
1.2.2 Total printout
When confirming this function, all relative statistics are printed.
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1 Statistics
1.3 Statist. display
1.3.1 Sel. cnt. disp.
1.3.1.1 Cnt dis. x s.sel.
1.3 Displaying the statistics
1.3.1 Displaying the selection counters
1.3.1.1 Displaying the single counters
This function is used for displaying the counters regarding each
selection, divided by price band (0, 1, 2, 3, 4, Free, Test).
1.3.1.2 Displaying the total counters
1.3.1.2 Tot cnt display
1.3.1.3 Sel.no.cnt. dis.
This function is used for displaying the total counters regarding
each selection.
1.3.1.3 Displaying the selection counters in
normal vending mode - maintenance - decaffeinated drinks (for Espresso models only)
This function is used for displaying the total counters regarding
the selections made while in normal vending mode, maintenance mode, and decaffeinated drinks using the DECAF door
(for Espresso models only).
1.3.2 Display band cnt
1.3.3 Disc. cnt. disp.
1.3.2 Displaying the time band counters
When selecting the desired price band (0, 1, 2, 3, 4, Free, Test),
the total number of selections made for that price band is
displayed.
1.3.3 Displaying the discount counters
This function is used for displaying the total amount of discounts and overprice accumulated for the dispensed selections.
1.3.4 Fail. cnt. disp
1.3.4 Displaying the failure counters
This function is used for displaying the number of times each
possible failure occurred in the vending machine.
1.3.5 Coin mech. disp.
1.3.5.1 Audit data disp.
1.3.5 Displaying the coin mechanism data
1.3.5.1 Displaying the audit data
This function is used for displaying the number of coins
inserted in the vending machine, differentiated by the type of
coin.
1.3.5.2 Cash count. dis.
1.3.5.2 Displaying the cashed amount
This function is used for displaying the value of:
- Total cashed
- Total sold
- Total cashed by credit
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1 Statistics
1.4 Disp. rel. stat.
1.4.1 Sel. cnt. disp.
1.4.1.1 Cnt dis. x s.sel.
1.4 Displaying the relative statistics
1.4.1 Displaying the selection counters
1.4.1.1 Displaying the single counters
This function is used for displaying the counters regarding each
selection, divided by price band (0, 1, 2, 3, 4, Free, Test).
1.4.1.2 Displaying the total counters
1.4.1.2 Tot cnt display
1.4.1.3 Sel.no.cnt. dis.
This function is used for displaying the total counters regarding
each selection.
1.4.1.3 Displaying the selection counters in
normal vending mode - maintenance - decaffeinated drinks (for Espresso models only)
This function is used for displaying the total counters regarding
the selections made while in normal vending mode, maintenance mode, and decaffeinated drinks using the DECAF door
(for Espresso models only).
1.4.2 Displaying the time band counters
1.4.2 Display band cnt
When selecting the desired price band (0, 1, 2, 3, 4, Free, Test),
the total number of selections made for that price band is
displayed.
1.4.3 Displaying the discount counters
1.4.3 Disc. cnt. disp.
This function is used for displaying the total amount of discounts and overprice accumulated for the dispensed selections.
1.4.4 Displaying the failure counters
1.4.4 Fail. cnt. disp
This function is used for displaying the number of times each
possible failure occurred in the vending machine.
1.4.5 Displaying the coin mechanism data
1.4.5 Coin mech. disp.
1.4.5.1 Audit data disp.
1.4.5.1 Displaying the audit data
This function is used for displaying the number of coins
inserted in the vending machine, differentiated by the type of
coin.
1.4.5.2 Displaying the cashed amount
1.4.5.2 Cash count. dis.
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This function is used for displaying the value of:
- Total cashed
- Total sold
- Total cashed by credit
Filler Menu
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1 Statistics
1.5 Delete rel.stat.
1.5.1 Partial reset
1.5 Deleting the relative statistics
1.5.1 Partial delete
1.5.1.1 Sel. cnt. reset
1.5.1.1 Deleting the selection counters
1.5.1.2 Disc. cnt. reset
1.5.1.2 Deleting the discount counters
When confirming this function, the counters regarding the
different selections, described at point 3.4.1, are deleted.
When confirming this function, the counters regarding discounts and overprice, described at point 3.4.2, are deleted.
1.5.1.3 Deleting the failure counters
1.5.1.3 Fail. cnt. reset
When confirming this function, the counters regarding the
different failures, described at point 3.4.3, are deleted.
1.5.1.4 Deleting the coin mechanism data
1.5.1.4 Coin mech. reset
When confirming this function, the counters regarding the coin
mechanism data, described at point 3.4.4, are deleted.
1.5.2 Total delete
1.5.2 Total reset
P 252 rev. 1.0
When confirming this function, all relative statistics are deleted.
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2 Set indiv. price
2.1 Price band 0
2 Setting single prices
Four different prices can be set for each selection according to
the programmed time bands, if enabled.
2.1 Price band 0
This function is used for setting the prices for time band 0 (if
enabled).
2.2 Price band 1
2.2 Price band 1
This function is used for setting the prices for time band 1 (if
enabled).
2.3 Price band 2
2.3 Price band 2
This function is used for setting the prices for time band 2 (if
enabled).
2.4 Price band 3
2.4 Price band 3
2.5 Price band 4
2.5 Price band 4
3 Tube control
3.1 Filling tube
This function is used for setting the prices for time band 3 (if
enabled).
This function is used for setting the prices for time band 4 (if
enabled).
3 Change tubes control
3.1 Filling the change tubes
From this function, the change tubes can be filled manually.
Confirm refilling, and the display will indicate
“Credit: ——” which is the value of money available in change
the tubes; insert the desired coin into the validator and the
display will indicate the value of money available in the change
tubes.
3.2 Tube emptying
3.2 Releasing the change tubes
From this function, the change tubes can be released manually.
When confirming releasing, it will be possible to decide which
tube to release. Each time the confirm button is pressed, a coin
is ejected from the active tube.
4 Boiler temperature
4 Boiler temperat.
P 252 rev. 1.0
This function is used for displaying the operating temperature,
expressed in °C, of the boiler installed in the machine.
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5 Test
5 Test
5.1 Comp. dispensing
5.1 Complete dispensing
With this function it is possible to obtain, with the door open
and without inserting any money, complete dispensing for each
selection.
5.2 Water only
5.2 Dispensing water only
5.3 Powder only
5.3 Dispensing powder only
With this function it is possible to dispense, with the door
open and without inserting any money, only the water doses
for each selection.
With this function it is possible to dispense, with the door
open and without inserting any money, only the powder doses
for each selection.
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1. Failures
1. Failures
1.1 Failure reading
When the “Failure” function is displayed, press the confirm
button “ ” to display the present failures.
If no failures are currently present, after pressing the confirm
button “ ” the message “End failures” will be displayed.
The possible failures are indicated in the following cases:
Waste container full
Water failure
If the air-break micro-switch is closed for more than one
minute, the water inlet solenoid valve will remain energized
until the water flow is restored.
Waste container full
Air-break
The machine locks if the liquid waste container float is triggered.
Air-break
Water failure
Volumetric counter
Boiler
CAN-BUS board
Coin mechanism
The machine is locked if after 10 selections the micro-switch
has never signalled the lack of water.
Volumetric counter
Failed computation of the volumetric counter within a maximum given time.
Boiler
The machine will lock if after the maximum time of heating
from the machine start, or from the last selection, the boiler
fails to reach the operating temperature.
CAN-BUS board
Failed dialogue between C.P.U. board and CAN-BUS board
(Fresh-brew unit control).
Coin mechanism
The machine is locked if it receives a pulse longer than 2
seconds on a validator line or the communication with the
serial coin mechanism does not take place for more than 30
seconds (Executive protocol) or 75 seconds (BDV protocol).
Grinder blockage
Grinder
If the coffee grinder does not rotate or rotates too slowly for
longer than 5 seconds, the espresso coffee selections are
disabled. Decaffeinated coffee based selections remain available.
Coffee unit
Coffee unit
Due to mechanical blocking of the unit. The machine is not
locked, but all coffee-based selections are disabled.
No coffee
No coffee
RAM data
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1.1 Reading the failures
If the coffee grinder exceeds the speed of 1200 RPM for
longer than 5 seconds, the espresso coffee based selections are
disabled. Decaffeinated based selections remain available.
RAM Data
One or more areas of the RAM contain wrong data which was
corrected with the default values.
The machine will continue to function, but it would be advisable to initialise as soon as possible.
Technician Menu
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1. Failures
1.1 Failure reading
FB piston
FB piston
Due to wrong positioning of the unit. The machine is not
locked, but all fresh product based selections are disabled.
FB scraper
FB scraper
Wrong positioning of the grounds ejection scraper. The
machine is not locked, but all fresh product based selections
are disabled.
Cold unit pressure switch
Cold u. press. switch
No syrup 1
No syrup 2
Empty carbonator
Cold unit compress.
Cold unit board
In the event of lack of pressure from the mains, the machine
disables cold drinks selections.
No syrup 1
Locking the relevant selection in the event of lack of syrup.
No syrup 2
Locking the relevant selection in the event of lack of syrup.
Empty carbonator
If the level control device of the carbonator indicates it is
empty, cold drink selections are placed out of service.
Cold unit compressor
The machine is locked if the cold unit temperature sensor
does not signal a temperature change in 40 hours.
Cold unit board
If there is communication between the cold unit card and the
CPU board, the cold drink selections are disabled.
1.2 Resetting the failures
1.2 Failure reset
P 252 rev. 1.0
By confirming this function all current failures will be reset
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2 Setting the parameters
2. Set parameters
2.1 Cash
2.1 Cash
This set of functions controls all parameters regarding the
payment systems and the sales prices.
2.1.1 Prices
2.1.1 Prices
Four different prices can be set for each selection according to
the programmed time bands for when the time table option is
enabled.
For each of the 4 time bands prices (0 to 65,535) can be
programmed globally (same price for all selections) or for the
single selections.
Should the majority of products be sold at the same price, it
will be convenient to set the price globally and then change the
figure of the selections with different prices.
2.1.1.1 Setting single prices
2.1.1.1 Set indiv. price
This function is used for setting a different price for each
selection.
2.1.1.2 Setting global prices
2.1.1.2 Set glob. prices
This function is used for setting one price for all available
selections.
2.1.1.3 Time bands
2.1.1.3 Time schedule
P 252 rev. 1.0
Four programmable time bands are provided for selling
products at different prices.
The time periods are programmable for beginning and end
time by hours (00 to 23) and minutes (00 to 59).
If the values for start and end of the time band are set to
00.00 the time period is disabled.
The reference time is kept by an internal clock, programmable
as:
day/month/year week-day 1-7 and then hour/minutes/seconds.
If the values for start and end of the time band are set to
00.00 the time period is disabled.
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2. Set parameters
2.1.2 Coin mechanism
2.1.2.1 Coin mech. set.
Executive
Validators
BDV
2.1.2 Coin mechanisms
2.1.2.1 Setting the coin mechanisms
It is possible to decide which of the payment system protocols
available are to be enabled for the functions.
The available payment systems are:
- Executive
- Validators
- BDV
- MDB
By selecting one of the systems it is possible to control its
functions.
Executive
The following payments systems are available for the Executive
system:
- Standard
- Price Holding
- Coges
- U-Key
- Sida
Validators
When the “Validat. Lines” (line setting) function of the “Technician” menu is displayed, the value of the 6 validator coin lines
can be changed.
BDV
The BDV protocol menus are used for defining the following
functions:
Type of vending
Setting the operating mode for multiple or single dispensing.
With multiple dispensing, the change is not automatically
returned after a successful selection; however the credit is
available for further selections. When pressing the coin return
button, the available credit is returned if its value is lower than
the maximum change value.
Credit control
This function enables/disables the return of credit if no
selections are made.
If enabled, this function allows the return of coins even if the
first selection was not dispensed.
If however a selection fails for any reason, the change will be
returned if requested.
Maximum credit
This function is used to define the maximum accepted credit.
Maximum change
It is possible to set a limit to the total amount of change
returned by the coin mechanism when pressing the coin
return button or after a single dispensing serving.
Any credit exceeding the amount programmed with this
function will be cashed.
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2. Set parameters
2.1.2.1 Coin mech. set.
BDV
Accepted coins
It is possible to define which, among the coins recognised by
the validator, are to be accepted.
Check the label on the coin mechanism for the correct coin to
value matching, indicating the position of the coins.
Non accepted coins
This function programs the rejection of coins when in “exact
amount” mode.
Check the label on the coin mechanism for the correct coin to
value matching, indicating the position of the coins.
Dispensing buttons
This function enables or not the buttons on the coin mechanism used to release the coins in the change return tubes.
Value of “exact amount”
This value defines the combination of empty coin tubes, setting
the coin mechanism in “exact amount” mode. The possible
combinations of empty coin tubes are indicated below.
For greater simplicity, the combination is described with
reference to tubes A, B and C, where tube A receives the
lower value coins and tube C the greater value coins.
0
=
A or (B and C)
1
=
A and B and C
2
=
A and B only
3
=
A and (B or C)
4
=
A only
5
=
A or B (default) only
6
=
A or B or C
7
=
A or B only
8
=
A or C only
9
=
B and C only
10
=
B only
11
=
B or C only
12
=
C only
C.P.C. device
It dialogues with the coin mechanism if devices are installed or
removed from the serial interface (C.P.C.-type devices - the
monitoring unit is always enabled by default).
Minimum level of tubes
It brings forward the “Insert exact amount” message for the
user, by adding a number of coins between 0 and 15 to the
programmed number of coins, to set the “full change tubes”
status.
Free Vend VMC
Most payment systems with the BDV protocol control the free
vend function.
However, there are some payment systems without such
function.
In this case, if free selections are to be dispensed, free vending
must be enabled with VMC (vending machine control, enabled
by default) and the price of the selections must be set to zero.
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2. Set parameters
2.1.2.1 Coin mech. set.
MDB
MDB
The MDB protocol menus are used for defining the following
functions:
Type of vending
Setting the operating mode for multiple or single dispensing.
With multiple dispensing, the change is not automatically
returned after a successful selection; however the credit is
available for further selections. When pressing the coin return
button (if the function is enabled), the available credit is
returned up to the maximum change value.
Credit control
To enable/disable the operation of the coin return button.
Maximum credit
This function is used to define the maximum accepted credit.
Maximum change
It is possible to set a limit to the total amount of change
returned by the coin mechanism when pressing the coin
return button or after a single dispensing serving.
Any credit exceeding the amount programmed with this
function will be cashed.
Accepted coins
It is possible to define which, among the coins recognised by
the validator, are to be accepted when the change tubes are
full.
Check the coin mechanism configuration for the correct coin
to value matching.
Returned coins
It is possible to define which, among the coins available in the
tubes, are to be used for returning the change. This parameter
is active only with coin mechanisms that do not automatically
control the choice of tube to be used (Auto changer payout).
Check the coin mechanism configuration for the correct coin
to value matching.
Accepted bills
It is possible to define which, among the bills recognised by the
reader, are to be accepted.
Check the reader configuration for the correct bill to value
matching.
Minimum level of tubes
This function is used for setting the number of coins (0 to 15)
to determine the status of full change tubes and the “Insert
exact amount” message for the user.
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Accepted coins with “exact amount”
It is possible to define which, among the coins recognised by
the validator, are to be accepted when the machine is in the
“exact amount” condition.
Check the coin mechanism configuration for the correct coin
to value matching.
Accepted bills with “exact amount”
It is possible to define which, among the bills recognised by the
accepter, are to be accepted when the machine is in the “exact
amount” condition.
Check the accepter’s configuration for the correct bill to value
matching.
2. Set parameters
2.1.2.2 Immediate change
2.1.3 Decimal point
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2.1.2.2 Immediate change
Normally, the amount of a selection is cashed after the machine sends the message “Selection successful”.
When this function is enabled, disabled by default, the cash
message is sent at the beginning of dispensing.
2.1.3 Decimal point.
Press the confirm button “ ” to display the position of the
decimal point, i.e.:
0
decimal point disabled
1
XXX.X
2
XX.XX
3
X.XXX
Press the confirm button “ ”, these values will start blinking
and can then be modified as necessary.
Some protocols insert the decimal point automatically,
in such case the programmed value does not have any
effect.
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2. Set parameters
2.2 Selections
2.2 Selections
2.2.1 Set water
2.2.1 Setting the water
2.2.1.1 Water doses
2.2.1.1 Water doses
With this function the water dose can be set for each selection button, expressed in:
- cc for Fresh-Brew and Instant models
- flow-meter pulses for Espresso models
the display will indicate the name of the product being set for
each product included in the selection.
2.2.1.2 Set whipper
2.2.1.2.1 Set whip doses
2.2.1.2 Setting the whipper
2.2.1.2.1 Setting the whipper doses
The whipping time can be set for each selection button, for
each water dose that composes such selection.
The duration can be set in two different modes:
2.2.1.2.2 Set modality
2.2.1.2.2 Setting the whipper mode
It is possible to choose between two different modes:
Absolute
i.e. independent from the solenoid valve opening time. The
whipping duration is set as tenths of a second for Instant
models and as volumetric counter pulses for Espresso models.
Relative
i.e. based on the difference, plus or minus, from the moment
the solenoid valve closes.
The whipping duration is always expressed in tenths of a
second.
2.2.1.3 Solenoid valve settings
2.2.1.3 El.valve setting
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It is possible to set the water flow rate of the single solenoid
valves expressed in cc/s (the default value setting in cc/s is
indicated in the selection dose table) to calculate the amount
of water to be dispensed in Fresh-Brew and Instant models.
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2. Set parameters
2.2.2 Set powder
2.2.2 Setting the powders
2.2.2.1 Powder doses
2.2.2.1 Powder doses
2.2.2.2 Doser setting
2.2.2.2 Setting the doser units
The powder dose expressed in grams can be set for each
selection button, for each product that composes such selection.
This function is used for setting the flow rate of the single
doser units, expressed in g/s, to calculate the amount of
powder to be dispensed, for correct conversion of product
dose values.
2.2.3 Selection status
2.2.3 Selection status
Each single selection button can either be enabled or disabled.
2.2.4 Button <--> Selection
2.2.4 Sel. <-> button
This function permits the association of a selection number,
indicated in the selection dose table, to a button in the direct
selection keypad.
2.2.5 Checking the selection number
2.2.5 Check no. selec.
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Verifying the selection number associated to a button.
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2. Set parameters
2.3 Machine param.
2.3.1 Boiler temperat.
2.3.2 Tank
2.3.3 Enab.flushbutton
2.3 Machine parameters
2.3.1 Boiler temperature
This function is used for setting the operating temperature,
expressed in °C, of the boiler installed in the machine.
After selecting the boiler, press the confirm button “ ”, the
temperature value on the display will start blinking and can be
modified as necessary.
2.3.2 Tank
The machine water supply can be from the mains or from an
internal tank.
With this function it is possible to define whether the machine
water supply is from the mains (tank = 0) or from the tanks
(tank = 1).
2.3.3 Enabling the wash button
With this function it is possible to enable the operation of the
mixer wash button. Normally the button is disabled.
2.3.4 Tubes ok .....?
2.3.4 Enabling the confirm messages at
power-on
This function is used for enabling or disabling the confirm
messages at machine power-on, reminding the user of having
correctly positioned the:
- Tubing
- Mixers
- Powder feeder
The function is set to OFF by default.
2.3.5 Buzzer enable
2.3.5 Enabling the buzzer
With this function it is possible to enable the electric buzzer
sound (if installed). This function is disabled by default.
2.3.6 Maint.disp.sett.
2.3.6 Setting dispensing in maintenance
mode
After a programmable number of dispensed drinks, it is
possible to display the message “Regenerate the water
softener” upon accessing “Filler menu” mode.
2.3.7 Enab.autom.flush
2.3.7 Enabling automatic wash
Option of setting the time when automatically cleaning the
mixers and rotating the brewing units installed. When setting
the time to 24.00 the function is disabled (default).
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2. Set parameters
2.3.8 Energy saving
2.3.8 Energy saving
This function is used for saving electric power when the
machine is not in use.
2.3.8.1 Set energy sav.
2.3.8.1 Setting the energy saving
This function is used for enabling or disabling the automatic
switch-off of the vending machine boiler during the time when
it is believed the machine would not be used.
2.3.8.2 Energy sav. par.
2.3.8.2 Energy saving parameters
This function is used for setting the days of the week (1
Monday, 2 Tuesday, 3 Wednesday,etc.) and the time bands (band
1 and 2) when the boiler is to be switched off for energy
saving.
2.3.9 Decaffeinated cycle
2.3.9 Dec. cycle
2.3.a Eq. cabinet
2.3.a Counter max no.
P 252 rev. 1.0
When enabling this function, instant coffee powder (if present)
is dispensed in two steps to improve the appearance of the
drink.
2.3.a Equipped base cabinet
When this function is enabled, the machine is configured for
operation with an equipped base cabinet, i.e. with water supply
from a tank inside the base cabinet and control of the liquid
waste container float.
2.3.b Counter maximum number
This function is used for setting the maximum number of
selections to be reached for the purpose of disabling the
machine. The counters can be set for the following selections:
- Espresso
- Instant
- Espresso + Instant
The number of selections made is reset automatically when a
new value is set for the counter.
This function is not active if the counter reset password was
not previously set in the Technician menu 2.6.3.3
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2. Set parameters
2.4 Display
2.4 Display
2.4.1 Language
2.4.2 Promo. advert.
2.4.1 Language
It is possible to choose which of the following languages,
available in the software, is to be used for the messages on the
display:
- Italian
- English
- French
- Spanish
- German
- Danish
2.4.2 Promotional message
2.4.2.1 Enable pr. adv.
2.4.2.1 Enabling the promotional message
This function is used for enabling or disabling a promotional
message appearing on the display during the machine normal
vending mode.
2.4.2.2 Set promo. adv.
2.4.2.2 Setting the promotional message
This function is used for writing the 2-line promotional
message; by pressing the confirm button “ ” the first character
starts blinking; this can then be changed using the “ ” and “ ”
buttons, scrolling through the available characters.
Once the message is completed, it can be stored by pressing
button “ ”.
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2. Set parameters
2.5 Pre-selections
2.5 Pre-selections
This function is used for setting the pre-selections present in
specific this model and layout, enabling or disabling the preselection for a certain selection, changing dose and price.
An example for the first pre-selection is indicated below; the
operations to be carried out are identical for each selection.
2.5.1 Water +
2.5.1 Water +
2.5.1.1 Selection enabl.
2.5.1.1 Enabling the selection
Press the confirm button to select the selection button for
which the pre-selection is to be enabled.
2.5.1.2 Changing the dose
2.5.1.2 Dose variation
This function is used for changing the product percentage
dispensed with the pre-selection.
2.5.1.3 Changing the price
2.5.1.3 Price variation
This function is used for assigning a discount or overprice to
the selection set with the pre-selection.
2.5.2 Water 2.5.3 Strong
2.5.4 Mild
2.5.5 Powder coffee
2.5.6 Extra milk
2.5.7 Mocha
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2. Set parameters
2.6 Miscellaneous
2.6.1 FB data
2.6 Miscellaneous
2.6.1 Fresh-brew unit data
For the Fresh-brew unit it is possible to set the brewing time,
the drying time for the used dose and the extraction pressure.
2.6.2 Jug facilities
2.6.2 Jug facilities
This function is used for setting the number of consecutive
selections (1 to 9; 5 by default) without cup to fill a jug.
2.6.3 Password
2.6.3 Password
This function is used for setting the passwords concerning the
functions described below. These passwords are disabled by
setting the value to 0000.
2.6.3.1 Setting the password
2.6.3.1 Set password
Enter a 5-digit numeric code to be set as password to access
the “Technician menu” mode..
2.6.3.2 Enabling the password
2.6.3.2 Enable password
This function is used for enabling or disabling the password
request when accessing the “Technician menu” mode (disabled
by default).
2.6.3.3 Counter reset password
2.6.3.3 Count. reset pwd
This function is used for setting the password for resetting the
counters set in the Technician menu 2.3.b
2.6.3.4 Jug facility password
2.6.3.4 Jug facility pwd
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This function is used for setting the password for switching the
machine to jug facility mode.
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2. Set parameters
2.6.3.5 Free vending pwd
2.6.3.5 Free vending password
2.6.3.6 Keypad lock pwd
2.6.3.6 Keypad lock password
This function is used for setting the password for switching the
machine to free vending mode.
This function is used for setting the password in order to lock
the selection keypad until the password in entered again.
2.6.3.7 Wash password
2.6.3.7 Wash pwd
This function is used for setting the password for switching the
machine to free vending mode.
2.6.3.8 Test selection password
2.6.3.8 Test sel. pwd
2.6.4 Enable fill menu
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This function is used for setting the password to access the
“Programming menu” mode and therefore also the test
selections made from the outside.
2.6.4 Enabling the Filler menu
This function is used for determining which of the “Filler
menu” functions are to be left active and which are to be
disabled. The reference numbers of the menus do not change
even if some are disabled.
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3 Statistics
3. Statistics
3.1 Electr. counter
3.1.1 Display counters
3.1.2 Reset counter
3.2 Statist. display
3.2.1 Sel. cnt. disp.
3.2.1.1 Cnt dis. x s.sel.
3.1 Electronic counter
3.1.1 Displaying the selection counters
This function is used for displaying the total number of selections dispensed by the vending machine.
3.1.2 Resetting the counters at power-on
This function is used for resetting the general selection
counter.
3.2 Displaying the statistics
3.2.1 Displaying the selection counters
3.2.1.1 Displaying the single counters
This function is used for displaying the counters regarding each
selection, divided by price band (0, 1, 2, 3, 4, Free, Test).
3.2.1.2 Displaying the total counters
3.2.1.2 Tot cnt display
3.2.1.3 Sel.no.cnt. dis.
This function is used for displaying the total counters regarding
each selection.
3.2.1.3 Displaying the selection counters in
normal vending mode - maintenance - decaffeinated drinks (for Espresso models only)
This function is used for displaying the total counters regarding
the selections made while in normal vending mode, maintenance mode, and decaffeinated drinks using the DECAF door
(for Espresso models only).
3.2.2 Display band cnt
3.2.3 Disc. cnt. disp.
3.2.2 Displaying the time band counters
When selecting the desired price band (0, 1, 2, 3, 4, Free, Test),
the total number of selections made for that price band is
displayed.
3.2.3 Displaying the discount counters
This function is used for displaying the total amount of discounts and overprice accumulated for the dispensed selections.
3.2.4 Displaying the failure counters
3.2.4 Fail. cnt. disp.
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This function is used for displaying the number of times each
possible failure occurred in the vending machine.
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3. Statistics
3.2.5 Coin mech. disp.
3.2.5 Displaying the coin mechanism data
3.2.5.1 Audit data disp.
3.2.5.1 Displaying the audit data
3.2.5.2 Cash count. dis.
3.2.5.2 Displaying the cashed amount
This function is used for displaying the number of coins
inserted in the vending machine, differentiated by the type of
coin.
This function is used for displaying the value of:
- Total cashed
- Total sold
- Total cashed by credit
3.3 Statistics reset
3.3.1 Partial reset
3.3.1.1 Sel. cnt. reset
3.3 Deleting the statistics
3.3.1 Partial delete
3.3.1.1 Deleting the selection counters
When confirming this function, the counters regarding the
different selections, described at point 3.2.1, are deleted.
3.3.1.2 Disc. cnt. reset
3.3.1.2 Deleting the discount counters
When confirming this function, the counters regarding discounts and overprice, described at point 3.2.2, are deleted.
3.3.1.3 Fail. cnt. reset
3.3.1.4 Coin mech. reset
3.3.1.3 Deleting the failure counters
When confirming this function, the counters regarding the
different failures, described at point 3.2.3, are deleted.
3.3.1.4 Deleting the coin mechanism data
When confirming this function, the counters regarding the coin
mechanism data, described at point 3.2.4, are deleted.
3.3.2 Total delete
3.3.2 Total reset
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When confirming this function, all statistics are deleted.
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3. Statistics
3.4 Disp. rel. stat.
3.4.1 Sel. cnt. disp.
3.4.1.1 Cnt dis. x s.sel.
3.4 Displaying the relative statistics
3.4.1 Displaying the selection counters
3.4.1.1 Displaying the single counters
This function is used for displaying the counters regarding each
selection, divided by price band (0, 1, 2, 3, 4, Free, Test).
3.4.1.2 Tot cnt display
3.4.1.3 Sel.no.cnt. dis.
3.4.1.2 Displaying the total counters
This function is used for displaying the total counters regarding
each selection.
3.4.1.3 Displaying the selection counters in
normal vending mode - maintenance - decaffeinated drinks (for Espresso models only)
This function is used for displaying the total counters regarding
the selections made while in normal vending mode, maintenance mode, and decaffeinated drinks using the DECAF door
(for Espresso models only).
3.4.2 Display band cnt
3.4.2 Displaying the time band counters
When selecting the desired price band (0, 1, 2, 3, 4, Free, Test),
the total number of selections made for that price band is
displayed.
3.4.3 Displaying the discount counters
3.4.3 Disc. cnt. disp.
This function is used for displaying the total amount of discounts and overprice accumulated for the dispensed selections.
3.4.4 Displaying the failure counters
3.4.4 Fail. cnt. disp
This function is used for displaying the number of times each
possible failure occurred in the vending machine.
3.4.5 Displaying the coin mechanism data
3.4.5 Coin mech. disp.
3.4.5.1 Audit data disp.
3.4.5.1 Displaying the audit data
This function is used for displaying the number of coins
inserted in the vending machine, differentiated by the type of
coin.
3.4.5.2 Displaying the cashed amount
3.4.5.2 Cash count. dis.
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This function is used for displaying the value of:
- Total cashed
- Total sold
- Total cashed by credit
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3. Statistics
3.5 Delete rel.stat.
3.5.1 Partial reset
3.5 Deleting the relative statistics
3.5.1 Partial delete
3.5.1.1 Sel. cnt. reset
3.5.1.1 Deleting the selection counters
3.5.1.2 Disc. cnt. reset
3.5.1.2 Deleting the discount counters
When confirming this function, the counters regarding the
different selections, described at point 3.4.1, are deleted.
When confirming this function, the counters regarding discounts and overprice, described at point 3.4.2, are deleted.
3.5.1.3 Fail. cnt. reset
3.5.1.4 Coin mech. reset
3.5.1.3 Deleting the failure counters
When confirming this function, the counters regarding the
different failures, described at point 3.4.3, are deleted.
3.5.1.4 Deleting the coin mechanism data
When confirming this function, the counters regarding the coin
mechanism data, described at point 3.4.4, are deleted.
3.5.2 Total delete
3.5.2 Total reset
When confirming this function, all relative statistics are deleted.
3.6 Enabling the counters at power-up
3.6 En. cnt at start
By enabling this function, it is possible to display the total
counters at machine power-on.
3.7 Printing the Statistics
3.7 Statis. printing
3.7.1 Partial printing
3.7.1.1 Sel. cnt. print.
3.7.1 Partial printout
3.7.1.1 Printing the selection counters
When confirming this function, the counters regarding the
different selections are printed.
3.7.1.2 Printing the time band counters
3.7.1.2 Print band cnt
When confirming this function, the counters regarding the
different time bands are printed.
3.7.1.3 Printing the discount counters
3.7.1.3 Disc. cnt.print.
When confirming this function, the counters regarding discounts and overprice are printed.
3.7.1.4 Printing the failure counters
3.7.1.4 Fail. cnt.print.
When confirming this function, the counters regarding the
different failure are printed.
3.7.1.5 Printing the coin mechanism data
3.7.1.5 Coin mech. print
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When confirming this function, the counters regarding the coin
mechanism data are printed.
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3. Statistics
3.7.2 Total printing
3.7.2 Total printout
When confirming this function, all statistics are printed.
3.8 Print rel. stat.
3.8.1 Partial printing
3.8.1.1 Sel. cnt. print.
3.8.1.2 Print band cnt
3.8.1.3 Disc. cnt.print.
3.8.1.4 Fail. cnt.print.
3.8 Printing the relative statistics
3.8.1 Partial printout
3.8.1.1 Printing the selection counters
When confirming this function, the relative counters regarding
the different selections are printed.
3.8.1.2 Printing the time band counters
When confirming this function, the relative counters regarding
the different time bands are printed.
3.8.1.3 Printing the discount counters
When confirming this function, the relative counters regarding
discounts and overprice are printed.
3.8.1.4 Printing the failure counters
When confirming this function, the relative counters regarding
failures are printed.
3.8.1.5 Printing the coin mechanism data
3.8.1.5 Coin mech. print
When confirming this function, the relative counters regarding
the coin mechanism data are printed.
3.8.2 Total printout
3.8.2 Total printing
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When confirming this function, all relative statistics are printed.
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4. Test
4. Test
4.1 Test dispensing
4.1.1 Comp. dispensing
4.1.2 Water only
4.1 Test dispensing
4.1.1 Complete dispensing
With this function it is possible to obtain, with the door open
and without inserting any money, complete dispensing for each
selection.
4.1.2 Dispensing water only
With this function it is possible to dispense, with the door
open and without inserting any money, only the water doses
for each selection.
4.1.3 Powder only
4.1.3 Dispensing powder only
With this function it is possible to dispense, with the door
open and without inserting any money, only the powder doses
for each selection.
4.2 Special funct.
4.2 Special functions
4.2.1 Espr.unit rotat.
4.2.1 Unit rotation
4.2.2 Release dose
4.2.2 Releasing a dose
This function is used for operating the espresso brewer unit (if
fitted).
This function is used for starting the grinding of a coffee dose.
4.2.3 Empty es. boiler
4.2.3 Emptying the boiler
This function is used for opening a solenoid valve to allow the
intake of air in the event of emptying the boiler for maintenance.
4.2.4 Manual installation
4.2.4 Manual install.
This function is used for manually installing the boiler.
4.2.5 Fresh-brew unit
This function is used for operating the Fresh-brew unit.
4.2.5 Fresh brew unit
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4. Test
4.3 Autotest
4.3 Autotest
This function allows testing, in a semiautomatic way, of the
main machine components.
When pressing the confirm button, the message “AUTOTEST”
will be start blinking.
It is possible to cancel each operation and go to the next one
by pressing the exit button, but confirming with the confirm
button to start the autotest routine.
Some checks occur automatically, others need the manual
operation of the monitored component.
In a sequence:
- the mixers are activated for 2 seconds
- the mixers are activated for 2 seconds
- rotation of the brewer unit
- wash button; the machine awaits until the button is pressed.
- waste container switch; the machine awaits until the waste
container micro-switch is manually operated
- push-button panel test; the machine will display the number
of the button which must be pressed and awaits the actuation
before going to the next button
- boiler temperature reading
- triggering of a sound signal
- coin mechanism test; checking that communication with the
coin mechanism takes place correctly and which validator lines
are set as being active.
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5 Miscellaneous
5.1 D.A. registry
5.1.1 Install. date
5 Miscellaneous
5.1 Vending machine information
5.1.1 Installation date
This function is used for storing the current date of system as
installation date of the vending machine. This date will be
indicated on the statistics printout.
5.1.2 Prog. m/c code
5.1.3 Oper. code entry
5.2 Initialising DB
5.1.2 Setting the machine code
This function is used for changing the 8-digit numeric code
identifying the machine (set to 0 by default).
5.1.3 Setting the operator code
This function is used for changing the 6-digit numeric code
identifying the group of machines (set to 0 by default).
5.2 Initialising the data-base
This function is used for “initialising” the machine, resetting all
data to default values. This function should be used if there is a
memory data error or when the software is replaced. Except
for the general electronic counter, all statistical data is reset.
When confirming this function some parameter settings are
requested, and namely:
- COUNTRY
Intended as type of basic doses for the different selections. The
available “countries” vary according to the models.
- LAYOUT
A number of Button/Selection combinations to choose from is
provided for each dose type model (the combinations available
for each layout are indicated in the dose selection table
supplied with the machine).
- TANK
Defining whether the water supply is:
OFF - from the mains
ON - from an internal/external tank
When confirming the options the message “Working” is
displayed for a few seconds.
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