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RUBINO 200
RUBINO 200 T.T.T.
Model:
ESPRESSO
TYPE: SG200E
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WARNING: This instruction manual is intended exclusively for specialized personnel.
OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE
Hot beverage vending Machine
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MAIN PARTS
RUBINO 200
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12
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RUBINO 200 T.T.T.
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Brew group and coffee grinder
Brewing hopper group
Sugar and stirrer dispensing group
CPU card
Cup dispenser
Payment system area
POWER card
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1
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Water circuit equipped with air-break
device
Pump
Tray socket
Data plate
Data plate showing the minimum and
maximum water pressure
Water mains connection
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
7-
PAYMENT SYSTEM
INSTALLATION .................... 24
7.1
Payment system installation on the
machine . ........................................... 24
Payment system installation on the
cabinet ............................................... 25
7.2
1-
INTRODUCTION TO THE
MANUAL ............................. 4
1.1
1.2
1.3
1.4
Foreword ............................................ 4
Symbols used .................................... 4
General instructions............... ........... 5
Operator requirements ....................... 7
2-
TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS 7
3 - SAFETY STANDARDS ............. 8
8-
PROGRAMMING AND
MAINTENANCE MENU ........ 26
8.1
Description of programming and
maintenance phase keys
Programming menu
Entering the programming menu
Structure of the programming menu
Functions of the programming menu
Maintenance menu
Access to the maintenance menu
Description of maintenance menu
messages
Software updating
(machine re-programming)
8.2
8.2.1
8.2.2
8.2.3
8.3
8.3.1
8.3.2
8.4
3.1
3.2
Foreword ............................................ 8
General safety rules ........................... 8
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4 - HANDLING AND STORAGE .. 9
4.1
4.2
4.3
Handling and transport ...................... 9
Storage ............................................ 9
Packaging ........................................ 10
5-
GENERAL TECHNICAL
DESCRIPTION ..................... 10
5.1
5.2
5.3
Permitted use .................................... 10
Versions and Models .......................... 10
Basic operating concepts ................... 10
6-
INSTALLATION .................... 13
6.1
6.2
6.3
6.4
6.5
6.6
6.7
6.7.1
Positioning ......................................... 13
Receipt .............................................. 14
Unpacking .......................................... 15
Water mains connection .................... 16
Electric mains connection .................. 16
Machine start-up ................................ 17
Installation ......................................... 18
Cleaning and filling of resin-based
water softener .................................... 18
Water circuit filling ............................. 19
Cleaning the parts in contact with
foodstuff ............................................. 20
Product loading .................................. 21
Container loading ............................... 21
Label insertion ................................... 22
Cup loading ........................................ 22
Stirrer loading ..................................... 23
6.7.2
6.7.3
6.8
6.8.1
6.8.2
6.8.3
6.8.4
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51
MAINTENANCE AND
INACTIVITY ......................... 52
9.1
9.1.1
9.1.2
9.1.3
9.2
9.2.1
Cleaning and loading .......................... 52
Daily cleaning .................................... 52
Weekly cleaning ................................ 54
Product loading .................................. 55
Maintenance ...................................... 55
Scheduled and unscheduled
maintenance ...................................... 56
9.2.2 Brew group maintenance .................... 56
9.3
Adjustments ...................................... 57
9.3.1 Dose and grinding adjustment ............ 57
9.4
Cup releasing device cleaning and .....
adjustment ......................................... 58
9.5
Resin regeneration - where the water .
softner is provided .............................. 60
10 - INACTIVITY ......................... 61
11 - DISMANTLING .................... 61
12 - TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE
FOR THE MOST COMMON
FAILURES OR ERRORS ........ 62
13 - VISUAL SIGNALS (LEDs) ..... 66
14 - INSTRUCTIONS FOR
END-OF-LIFE DISPOSAL
TREATMENT ........................ 69
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1 - INTRODUCTION TO
THE MANUAL
1.1
Foreword
Important
This publication is an integral part of the machine
and should be read carefully in order to use it in
a correct way. Complying with safety
requirements is also essential
This manual contains the technical information
necessary to carry out the procedures of use,
cleaning, installation and maintenance of the
vending machine mod. RUBINO 200 correctly.
Always consult this publication before carrying
out any operation.
Manufacturer: Saeco International Group
Via Panigali, 39 - 40041 Gaggio Montano (BO).
This manual should be kept with care and go
with the machine throughout its operational life,
also in case of changes of ownership.
If this manual should be lost or worn out, it is
possible to require another copy to the
Manufacturer or to an Authorized Service Centre.
In this event, please indicate the data on the plate
located on the back of the machine.
All the images in this manual refer to the RUBINO
200 model.
The data that refers to a single model is
indicated.
1.2
Symbols used
A number of symbols are used in this manual to
classify situations according to their degree of
danger, and that require technicians with different
skills.
The symbol is integrated with a message
suggesting operating procedures or behaviours
and providing useful information concerning the
machine performance.
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Warning
This symbol indicates dangerous situations for
the users, supply operators and maintenance
technicians dealing with either the vending
machine or the product to be dispensed.
Important
This symbol indicates operations that keep the
machine in good working conditions, if properly
carried out.
Recommended solutions
This symbol indicates the procedures that make
the programming and/or maintenance
operations quicker.
User
This symbol indicates the machine user, who is
not authorized to clean or service the vending
machine.
Supply operator
It is used to indicate operations to be exclusively
carried out by personnel in charge of machine
supplying and cleaning.
Maintenance is exclusive task of the
maintenance technician, and cannot be
performed by the supply operator.
Maintenance technician
This symbol is used to indicate operations to be
only performed by specialized maintenance
personnel.
The maintenance technician is the only person
authorized to keep the MAIN SWITCH
ACTIVATION KEY, which allows disabling the
safety system.
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Read
This symbol indicates that the user should read
the instruction manual carefully before operating
the machine.
1.3
:
General instructions
Warning
Before using the vending machine, read this
manual carefully. A good knowledge of the
information and instructions contained in this
document is essential for a correct use of the
vending machine, in compliance with essential
safety requirements.
Warning
L’addetto al rifornimento non deve per alcun
motivo accedere a quelle parti del distributore
automatico le cui protezioni sono bloccate da
mezzi che richiedano un utensile per essere
liberati.
For no reason whatsoever should the personnel
in charge of the machine reach those parts of
the machine that are protected by guards
requiring special instruments for their removal.
Some maintenance operations (to be carried out
solely by specialised technicians) expressly
require that certain safety devices be switched
off.
• It is the buyer’s responsibility to ascertain that
the machine operators have been trained and
informed of all the indications and
specifications contained in the documentation
supplied. Even so, the operator should be
aware of the potential risks that exist while
operating the automatic vending machine.
• Operating reliability and the efficiency of the
machine performance are guaranteed only if
original spare parts are used.
• The user will be held entirely responsible for
any modifications made on the machine. All
the operations necessary to keep the
machine in good working order, before and
during use, are user’s duty.
• Altering and tampering with the machine
without prior consent of the manufacturer, will
release the latter from any liability for any
damage or injury resulting from, or connected
to the above modifications.
• This manual reflects the state of the art of
the automatic vending machine at the
moment of the issue on the market. Possible
modifications, improvements or adjustments
that are made to machines that are
subsequently marketed, do not oblige the
Saeco International Group either to intervene
on the previously supplied machine or
consider it and the relevant manual to be
defective or inadequate.
knowledge and absolute respect, from a
technical point of view, of the safety standards
and warnings contained in this manual, are
fundamental for installing, using and servicing
the machine under reduced risk conditions.
• Vending machine operator is only allowed for
interventions under his own responsibility and
specialization.
The user should have a good knowledge of
all mechanisms of the machine, as far as he
is concerned.
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• However, the Saeco International Group,
whenever necessary and for valid reasons is
entitled to update existing manuals and send
to his customers all updating sheets that have
to be kept with the original manual. Any
technical problems that may arise can easily
be solved by consulting this manual. For
further information, contact the dealer where
the machine was purchased, or one of the
authorized service centres.
When calling, please, provide the following
information:
- the data written on the data plate located on
the rear side of the vending machine (fig. 1)
Data Plate
- The card code and version, to be found on
the component side of the CPU card (ref.’2’,
fig. 2).
Warning
It is absolutely forbidden to tamper with or modify
the data plate.
The Saeco International Group declines all
responsibility for injuries to people or damage to
things resulting from:
- incorrect installation
- inappropriate electrical and/or water
connection
- inadequate cleaning and maintenance
- unauthorized modification
- improper use of the vending machine
- non-original spare parts
• The Saeco International Group will not be
obliged in any case to indemnify any damage
caused as a result of the forced inactivity of
the machine due to failure.
• Installation and maintenance must be only
carried out by qualified technicians.
fig. 1
- The program version in the microprocessor
(see adhesive label on the component
mounted on the CPU card) (ref.’1’, fig. 2).
”1”
fig. 2
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• Use only specific foodstuffs suitable for
vending machines.
• The automatic vending machine is not
suitable for outside installation. The machine
must be installed in dry places, with
temperatures not below 1°C and it must not
be installed in places where cleaning is made
with water hoses (e.g. large kitchens, etc.).
• If at the time of installation, the usage
conditions are different from those
established or are subject to change over
time, please contact the manufacturer
immediately before using the machine.
Furthermore, always act in compliance with
national or local standards.
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1.4
Operators requirements
To guarantee safety, three different machine
users are to be distinguished, each having
specific characteristics:
User
2 - TECHNICAL
SPECIFICATIONS
Weight
Overall dimensions
40 Kg
See fig. 3
Access to the inside of the machine is forbidden
to the user.
Supply operator
759.5
The safekeeping of the access key to the inside
of the machine is entrusted to the Supply
operator by the Maintenance Technician. He has
the task of supplying the products, external
cleaning, activating and stopping the machine.
Warning
The Supply Operator is not authorized to carry
out operations that are indicated as competence
of the Maintenance technician in this publication.
Maintenance technician
Is the only person authorized to carry out and
start programming procedures for adjusting,
setting up and upkeep the machine.
7.8
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fig. 3
Power consumption
see Data plate
(fig. 1)
Mains voltage:
see Data plate
(fig. 1)
Electric voltage frequency.
see Data plate
(fig. 1)
Power cord length
1,600 mm
Connection to water mains
3/8 gas type
Water system pressure:
from 1.5 up to 8
bar (fig. 4)
A-Weighted sound
pressure level:
lower than 70 db
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Data plate showing the minimum
and maximum water pressure
3 - SAFETY
STANDARDS
3.1
Foreword
In compliance with the Machine Directive 98/37/
EEC, Low Tension Directive 73/23/EEC and CE
Marking Directive 93/68/EEC, the Saeco
International Group has drawn up a technical file
on RUBINO 200 vending machine at its plants,
acknowledging during the design phase the
regulations listed in the Declaration of Conformity
inside any vending machine.
fig. 4
CUP DISPENSER
suitable for cups with 70-71 mm dia. and for cups
with 73 mm dia. through an adequate release
ring.
BOILER HEATING ELEMENTS
armoured types:
from 1,000 Watt for coffee boiler
3.2
General safety rules
Warning
- Before using the vending machine, read this
manual carefully.
- Installation and maintenance must only be
carried out by qualified technicians.
CONTAINER CAPACITY
Coffee beans
Instant coffee
Granular milk
Chocolate
Tea
Sugar
Cups
Stirrers
2.0 Kg
0.6 Kg (instead of tea)
0.85 Kg
1.7 Kg (or 2.6)
2.0 Kg
2.0 Kg
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- For no reason whatsoever shall the operator
reach those parts of the machine that are
protected by guards requiring special
instruments for removal.
- Good knowledge and absolute respect, from
a technical point of view, of the safety
standards and danger warnings contained in
this manual, are imperative for installing,
using, servicing and maintaining the machine
in minimum minimum risk conditions.
Important
Warning
To guarantee the correct functioning and
durability of the vending machine, follow the
indications below:
- room temperature:
from +1°C to +40°C
- maximum humidity: 90% (without
condensation water)
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Always disconnect the POWER CABLE before
servicing or cleaning the machine.
Under no circumstances neither service the
machine, nor remove safety guards before hot
parts have cooled down!
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- Operating reliability and the efficiency of the
machine performance are only guaranteed if
original spare parts are used.
- The automatic vending machine is not
suitable for outside installation. The machine
must be installed in dry places, with
temperatures never below 1°C and it must
not be installed in places where cleaning is
made with water hoses (e.g. large kitchens,
etc).
- In order to guarantee the performance of the
machine, always keep the automatic vending
machine in perfect cleaning conditions.
- The Saeco International Group declines all
responsibility for injuries to people or damage
to things as a consequence of:
- Use individual protection devices during
installation, testing and maintenance.
• incorrect installation
• inappropriate electrical and/or water
connection
• inadequate cleaning and maintenance
• unauthorized modification
• improper use of the vending machine
• non-original spare parts
Important
4 - HANDLING AND
STORAGE
4.1
Handling and transport
The transport of the vending machine should be
carried out by skilled personnel.
The vending machine is delivered on a pallet;
for handling purposes use a fork lift truck and
move it slowly in order to avoid any possible
overturning or dangerous oscillations.
Important
Avoid:
- lifting the vending machine with ropes or
presses;
- dragging the vending machine
- turning over or laying down the vending
machine during transport
- shaking the vending machine
Avoid the machine:
-
being bumped into
being overloaded with other parcels
being exposed to rain, frost or heat sources
being kept in damp places
It is forbidden to:
4.2
- Tamper with or cut off the safety systems
installed on the vending machine;
- Use water jets to clean the machine.
In the event of storage, avoid any stacking of
several machines, keep them in a vertical
position, in dry places with temperatures not
below 1°C.
Furthermore, always act in compliance with
national or local standards.
Storage
Warning
In case of failure or malfunctioning, contact
exclusively qualified CUSTOMER SERVICE
CENTER repairmen.
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4.3
Packaging
The vending machine is protected by cardboard
angles, by a transparent polypropylene film and
it is supplied in a box. The vending machine will
be delivered in a package, so as to ensure
protection against any mechanical and
environmental agent.
Labels are applied on the packaging, indicating:
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handle with care
do not overturn
protect from rain
do not stack
protect from heat sources
not shock resistant
machine type and serial number
Important
Once the transport is over, the packaging should
be undamaged, which means it should not:
5 - GENERAL
TECHNICAL
DESCRIPTION
5.1
The vending machine is to be used exclusively
for the dispensing of beverages, prepared by
mixing foodstuffs with water (by brewing, as to
coffee).
To this purpose, use products that the
manufacturer has declared as being suitable for
vending in open containers. Beverages are
brewed in suitable plastic cups, which the
machine dispenses automatically. The stirrer
used for mixing sugar is automatically dispensed.
Beverage should be drunk at once and under no
circumstances can they be kept for subsequent
consumption.
5.2
- show any crushed parts, sign of shocks,
buckling or breaking
- show wet parts or signs that could lead to
suppose its exposure to rain, frost or heat
- show signs of tampering
Permitted use
Versions and models
Warning:
This manual refers to the top-of-the -range
model: it is therefore possible to find descriptions
or explanations not relating to the machine you
have.
5.3
Basic operating concepts
During normal operation, the vending machine
is in standby mode. By introducing the amount
corresponding to the price displayed and by
pressing the key relevant to the desired
beverage, you will start the dispensing cycle. This
one basically consists of:
BEVERAGE SELECTION
The machine can dispense 8 beverages. A
beverage can be selected according to the
following conditions:
• the vending machine has reached the set
temperature after start-up. Otherwise, once
a key is pressed, the display shows the
message ‘ PLEASE WAIT’.
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• the available credit is sufficient or the vending
machine has been set in free mode. If this is
not the case, the display shows the message
‘INSERT ...’;
• there is no error condition that prevents
beverage brewing. If it is not the case the
display shows the error message
‘BEVERAGE... OUT OF SERVICE’ alternated
to a ‘NOT AVAILABLE’ message;
• the selected beverage has been enabled. If
this is not the case, the message ‘NOT
AVAILABLE’ will be displayed;
• the selected beverage is not prevented.
Otherwise, before pressing the key, the
message ‘BEVERAGE ...’ alternated to a
‘NOT AVAILABLE’ message is displayed. After
pressing the key, the display shows ‘NOT
AVAILABLE’;
During hot beverage brewing:
- payment systems are disabled;
- the first line on the display shows the
programmable dispensing message (default
message is: ‘WAIT FOR PRODUCT’).
Beverage selection
If the vending machine has not been
programmed to freely dispense beverages insert
the required credit
Press the key corresponding to the beverage
requested. After beverage dispensing, the
message ‘REMOVE CUP’ is displayed. Take the
beverage from the dispensing outlet.
• The same motor draws the cup under the
sugar dispenser – there it stops for 2
seconds. In this way dispensing is enabled
and, where it is set or required, a stirrer is
dispensed. Finally, it sets the cup under the
beverage brewing nozzles.
• The stirrer dispensing is controlled through a
solenoid which actuates the stirrer ejector.
The stirrer is then dropped into the cup by
means of the proper chute.
When selecting a beverage, sugar is dosed
through a motor that activates the sugar hopper
screw.
INSTANT BEVERAGE BREWING
This process takes place after dispensing of cup,
sugar and stirrer.
According to the type of beverage selected and
machine model, the following processes are
activated.
• If present, the motor mixer starts.
• the instant product solenoid valve (ref.’1' fig.5),
located on the coffee boiler, starts and allows
to fill the mixer with the preset amount of
water. The pump (ref.’2' fig.5) is then activated
and the preset amount of water dispensed,
under the control of an appropriate electronic
device (volumetric meter) (ref.’3' fig.5).
”1”
Warning
Not to burn your hand, wait for the signal ‘REMOVE CUP’- before introducing your hand.
Do not open the dispensing outlet door while the
VM is brewing.
In case of failures or product missing during the
brewing phase, the display indicates the causes.
CUP, SUGAR AND STIRRER
DISPENSING
This is the first operation that the vending
machine activates (except for ‘without cup’
dispensing selection):
• the cup bracket motor is activated and moves
under the cup chute. At the same time, it
operates the cup scrolls to separate the first
cup and let it drop into the special support
fork.
”2”
fig. 5
”3”
• the gear motor of the instant product activates
the screw, dispensing the desired amount of
product into the mixer.
• once the pre-set amount of water and product
is dispensed, the mixer is disconnected.
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ESPRESSO COFFEE BREWING
This process takes place only after the
dispensing of cup, sugar and stirrer.
• the grinder (ref.1 fig.6) is activated until the
quantity of coffee set on the dosing unit (ref.2
fig.6) is reached
• the activation of the dosing unit solenoid (ref.
‘3’ fig. 6) causes the door to open and, as a
consequence, the coffee is dispensed into the
cup.
”1”
”3”
”2
as to dispense the preset amount of product
into the brewing cup through the appropriate
channel.
- The group rotation gearmotor, which moves
the group in an advance brewing position as
regards to the one reached during the
expresso coffee brewing, is activated. As a
result, the compression of the coffee tablet
is lower so as to obtain a beverage which is
noticeably less full-bodied as regards to
expresso coffee.
- The cycle ends as described above in the two
final phases of the expresso coffee brewing.
FRESH BREW WITH COFFEE BEANS
- As for the expresso coffee brewing, the
brewing cup is filled through the activation of
the coffee grinder and, then, of the doser
solenoid.
- The group rotation gearmotor, which moves
the group in an advance brewing position as
regards to the one reached during the
expresso coffee brewing, is activated. As a
result, the compression of the coffee tablet
is lower so as to obtain a beverage which is
noticeably less full-bodied as regards to
expresso coffee.
- The cycle ends as described above in the two
final phases of the expresso coffee brewing.
fig. 6
• the unit rotation gear motor activates, thus
moving the unit to the brewing position. The
coffee tablet is pressed simultaneously.
• the pump brewing the set quantity of water
activates, under the control of an appropriate
electronic device (volumetric meter) (ref. ‘3’
fig. 5).
• the brew group gear motor is restarted, and
goes back to the rest position. During this
movement the coffee tablet is ejected.
The grinder and dosing unit activation sequence
can take place in reverse order, according to the
program selected (see programming menu).
FRESH BREW WITH PRE-GROUND
COFFEE
- unlike the figure of the expresso coffee
brewing, the fresh brew coffee cycle with
preground coffee does neither imply the
activation of the coffee grinder nor of the doser
soleoid. The gearmotor of the pre-ground
coffee, contained in the third instant product
container, activates the screw conveyor so
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EXPRESSO WITH PRE-GROUND COFFEE
- As shown for the brewing of fresh brew coffee
with pre-ground coffee, the expresso coffee
cycle with pre-ground coffee does neither
imply the activation of the coffee grinder nor
of the doser soleoid. The gearmotor of the
pre-ground coffee, contained in the third
instant product container, activates the screw
conveyor so as to dispense the preset
amount of product into the brewing cup
through the appropriate channel.
- the group rotation gearmotor, which moves
the group to the brewing position and
simultaneously compresses the coffee tablet,
is activated.
- the pump is activated and dispenses the
preset quantity of water under the control of
an appropriate electronic device (volumetric
counter) (ref. ”3” fig. 5).
The Brew Group gearmotor is activated again,
and goes back to the rest position. During
this movement the coffee tablet is ejected.
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6 - INSTALLATION
6.1
Positioning
Warning
The vending machine cannot be installed in
external areas, avoid placing it in areas where
the temperature is less than 1°C or more than
40°C and in particularly humid or dusty areas
and it should not be installed in places subject
to explosion or fire hazards, or where cleaning
is done with water jets.
- If positioned near a wall, there must be a
minimum distance of at least 5 cm from the
wall (fig. 7), so as to allow regular ventilation.
Under no circumstances cover the vending
machine with cloths or similar.
fig.7
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- When positioning the vending machine, check
its levelling by means of the adjustable feet
already fitted under the vending housing (fig.
8) or under the cabinet (fig. 9) Make sure that
the vending machine does not have an
inclination exceeding 2 degrees.
6.2
Receipt
Upon receipt of the automatic vending machine,
it is necessary to check it has not suffered
damage during transport. If damage of any kind
is noticed, immediately place a claim with the
forwarder.
An envelope is supplied with the vending
machine, called ‘CUSTOMER KIT’. It contains
the objects shown in Fig. 10.
fig.8
- Instruction manual.
- Powder tank plates and prices in
euro.
- Push-button panel selection plates.
- Instruction plates.
- Wiring and hydraulic diagram.
- Power cord.
- Safety switch key
(Technical engineer).
- Declaration of conformity
fig. 9
The Saeco International Group declines all
responsibility for troubles due to the failure in
observing the assembly rules.
If installation takes place in safety evacuation
corridors, make sure that the machine with the
door open assure sufficient space for people to
pass by (fig. 7).
In order to avoid the floor from getting dirty as a
result of accidental spillage of products, place a
sufficiently wide protection to cover the working
area under the vending machine.
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6.3
Unpacking
- Free the vending machine from the package.
- Remove the vending machine from the
transport pallet. Unloose its fastening screws
(fig. 11).
Open the door of the vending machine and
remove the adhesive tape from the components
concerned.
- Remove polystyrene securing internal
components (fig. 13)
Warning:
The packing material must not be accessible to
unauthorized people, as it is a potential source
of danger. For the disposal please contact
qualified companies.
fig.13
fig.11
- Remove the key from the beverage
dispensing outlet (fig. 12).
fig.12
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6.4
Water system connection
Before connecting the vending machine to the
water mains, make sure that the water is:
- drinkable, if necessary by means of a test
laboratory certification
- has a pressure ranging between 1.5 and 8
bar, otherwise use a pump or a water
pressure reducer accordingly.
- if not already fitted, install a tap in an
accessible position, so as to separate the
equipment from the water mains, should it
be necessary (fig. 14).
- connect the tap to the vending machine, using
a copper or nylon hose, suitable for foodstuff
and resistant to the supply pressure. Should
a flexible hose be used, it is necessary to
assemble the reinforcement bearing inside,
supplied with the machine.
- Use a 3/8 gas-type connection.
6.5
Power supply connection
Warning
The Maintenance Technician, who is responsible
for the vending machine installation, must
ensure that:
- the electric system complies with current
regulations on safety;
- the mains voltage corresponds to that
indicated on the data plate.
If in doubt, do not proceed with the installation
but ask skilled personnel, qualified to carry out
these tasks, to carefully check the system.
fig.14
- The machine is equipped with power cord
(fig.16)
- let some water flow out of the tap in order to
eliminate possible traces of impurities and dirt
(fig.15).
fig.16
fig.15
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- The sockets that are not compatible with the
plug of the machine should be replaced.
- The use of extensions, adapters and/or
multiple plugs is forbidden (fig 17).
Warning
During the setting-up phase, before powering up
the machine, make sure you have connected it
to the hydraulic system and opened the water
tap.
Warning
The safety switch remains live (ref. ‘1’, fig. 18)
- For some operations, it is however necessary
to operate with the door open but the vending
machine connected to the mains.
fig.17
6.6
Machine start-up
The machine is equipped with a safety switch located on its top cover (fig. 18) which
disconnects the utilities whenever the door is
opened (see wiring diagram).
Therefore, open the door or unplug the
installation in case of need.
Skilled technicians may operate in this way, by
inserting the special plastic key, supplied with
the machine, into the switch located on the
machine top cover, turning it of 90° (fig. 18).
Warning
The opening and possible machine start with door
open must only be performed by authorized and
technically qualified personnel. Do not leave the
machine unattended while it is open.
Safety switch
Give the key to qualified and authorized personnel
only.
Whenever the machine is switched on a test
cycle is performed in order to verify the correct
position of the moving parts and the presence of
water and other products.
fig.18
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6.7
Installation
- fill up the water softener and let the water flow
out of the drain hose until it is clear (fig.20).
IMPORTANT: When switched on, the machine
automatically fills the water circuit and the related
boilers. For a correct automatic installation in
case of a water softener system being used, it
is necessary that the latter is completely filled
with water and properly relieved of any air
bubbles.
6.7.1
Cleaning and filling of resinbased water softener
IMPORTANT: Before installing the water
softener in the machine and using it, clean the
resins and fill the water softener. Then install the
water softener already filled with water and
cleaned.
In order to fill in the water softener before installing
it on the machine, stick to the following
instructions:
- Insert the hose of the bottom tap into a drain
container suitable for this purpose.
- open the bottom tap (fig. 19) and the upper
plug of the water softener so as to remove
the air bubble.
fig.19
18
fig.20
- close upper plug and turn off the bottom tap
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6.7.2
Water circuit filling
The machine automatically activates the pump
and starts filling the espresso coffee boiler.
IMPORTANT:
Before powering the machine, thus starting the
automatic installation:
1. Make sure that the water softener is filled with
water and the air bubbles removed.
2. Load the reachable columns of the cup holder.
NOTE:
If the filling of the boiler is not successful, the
machine cannot be set into service. A failure
message will be shown on the display. Should it
be the case, eliminate the cause and reset the
error recorded (section 8 ‘Programming and
maintenance menu’), then repeat the automatic
installation, switching the machine on once again.
After a testing phase on start-up, the machine
automatically fills the water circuit of the tray
equipped with a float and of the brew group boiler.
During this stage, the heating element of the
boiler remains automatically off. If the machine
detects that the boiler is already filled, it passes
to the heating stage.
During the setting-up phase:
- the coffee boiler and the water tank are filled
up
- once the water circuit is filled, the heating
phase starts up, thus switching on
automatically the boiler heating element.
Recommended solutions
When the boiler is completely filled, wash the
mixer repeatedly in order to remove possible
residues from the hydraulic circuits. NB: see
section 8 - Programming and Maintenance
menu, in order to start test or cleaning brewing.
- After performing these operations, wait a few
minutes for the machine to reach service
temperature and make beverages available.
The sequence of operations will be:
- insert the special key in the machine cover
switch
- on start-up of the machine, the filling of the
tray equipped with a float starts automatically,
while the machine carries out the automatic
testing phase.
During testing, the following components start
up in the given order:
- the brew group, so as to reach the correct
start-up position
- the cup holder, so as to load the first cup
column into the releasing device.
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6.7.3
Cleaning the parts in contact
with foodstuffs
Clean all the parts of the vending machine which
are in contact with foodstuffs.
- wash your hands carefully.
- prepare a chlorine-based anti-bacterial
cleaning solution - they can be purchased at
chemists - following the concentrations given
on the product instruction label.
- remove all the product containers from the
vending machine (fig. 21).
fig.22
- remove all the powder conveyors, water
funnels, mixer chambers and fans, silicone
hoses and plunge them into the solution
(fig.23).
fig.21
- remove their covers, bushes and conveyors
(fig. 22). Plunge all parts into the solution,
apart from the steel spiral conveyor.
Important
Do not plunge the spiral conveyor into the
chlorine-based solution; clean it with washing up
detergent and rinse carefully.
fig.23
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- clean also the mixer bases with a cloth
soaked in the solution (fig.24)
fig.25
- lift the container cover and fill with the product.
fig.24
- leave all parts in the solution for the time
specified on the packaging
- take all parts off, rinse and wipe carefully, then
reassemble them into the vending machine.
Warning
- make sure there is no lump, avoid pressing
the product and using too much of it, so as to
prevent it from ageing. It is advisable to fill the
containers with the exact amount of product
necessary for the estimated consumption
between two consecutive refillings.
Check each container capacity in the
TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS section.
For safety’s sake, carry out several automatic
washings so as to remove possible residues.
6.8
Product loading
6.8.1
Container loading
- product containers can be loaded without
removing them; however, should it be
necessary to remove them, make sure the
sliding panel on the product outlet is closed
(fig.25). In particular, it is necessary to close
the panel located on the hopper before
removing the coffee bean container.
NB:containers can also be loaded without
removing them from their supports
fig.26
Warning
- For correct operation of the swivelling
conveyor follow the indications below: before
starting up, brew the product 3 - 4 times so
as to have the duct full (fig.26)
- After filling up the sugar container, make sure
the bracket is properly repositioned - the jack
on the side is supposed to click.
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6.8.2
Label insertion
- Selection labels are to be placed in the proper
seat, under the transparent plastic plates,
following the order set in the Programming
and Maintenance Menu.
Perform the operation as follows:
- remove the cup holder (fig. 27)
fig.29/30
- reassemble the cup holder
6.8.3
Cup loading
Use only cups suitable for automatic distribution,
having 70-71 mm diameter, without pressing
them while loading.
Important
fig.27
- release the transparent plates from the
internal side of the door by pressing the
retaining tabs (fig.28)
DO NOT ATTEMPT TO TURN
THE COULUMN MANUALLY.
During installation, with the cup dispenser empty,
proceed as follows:
- before powering up the vending machine, load
the most easy-to-reach columns (fig. 31).
fig.28
- insert product plates on the external side of
the door in the desired order (fig. 29)
- apply the transparent plates by snapping
them (fig.30)
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- insert the key into the cover switch (see fig.18)
and wait for the column to position itself into
the dispensing hole.
- Introduce stirrers tightened with the band into
the column; once they are on the bottom, cut
the band and remove it (fig.34)
- load the other two columns which in the
meantime have become reachable (fig.31).
-
if you want to fill up the column near the cup
conveyor, remove the holder retainer (fig.32
ref. 1) and lean the whole cup dispenser as
much as permitted (fig.32 ref. 2), complete
the cup column loading and then put back the
dispenser and the retainer.
”1”
”2”
fig.32
fig.34
- replace the cover on the container.
6.8.4
- put back the counterbalance bar (fig.35) after
completing the loading
Stirrer loading
- Remove the counterbalance bar from the
stirrer guides (fig.33)
fig.35
fig.33
- make sure stirrers have no seams, are not
bent and all lay horizontally.
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7 - PAYMENT SYSTEM
INSTALLATION
7.1
Payment system installation
on the machine
The vending machine has no payment system.
The responsibility for possible damages to the
machine and other objects and for personal
injuries caused by an incorrect installation of the
payment system falls on the person who installed
the system.
- remove the cup dispenser
- from the internal side of the door, cut the
external film following the punched shape
which corresponds to the desired cashless
payment or coin validation system (fig. 36)
fig.37
- after finishing the whole perimeter, install and
secure the payment system
- connect the payment system to the CPU card
- reassemble the cup dispenser
NOTE: a special interface card is required for
connecting 12 Vcd coins validation systems to
the CPU card.
- Then enter programming so as to choose
convenient settings.
See section 8 ‘PROGRAMMING AND
MAINTENANCE MENU’ in order to check
parameter setting, which should be in line with
the system used.
fig.36
- cut away plastic door joints by means of an
hacksaw (fig.37)
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7.2
- connect the coiner to the CPU card
Payment system installation
on the base cabinet
The base cabinet has no payment system. The
responsibility for possible damages to the
machine and other objects and for personal
injuries caused by an incorrect installation of the
payment system falls on the person who installed
the system.
- remove or turn the coiner supporting plate
(fig.38, ref.1)
NOTE: Executive, MDB and BDV serial systems
are connected to the CPU card using a cable
and an interface in necessary, both included in
the special kit.
- Then enter the programming menu so as to
choose convenient settings.
See section 8 ‘PROGRAMMING AND
MAINTENANCE MENU’ in order to check
parameter setting, which should be in line with
the system used.
- hook and secure the coiner to the support
(fig.38, ref.2)
- reassemble and lock the support to the
cabinet door (fig.38, ref.3)
fig.38, rif.1
fig.38, rif.2
fig.38, rif.3
fig.38
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8 - PROGRAMMING
AND
MAINTENANCE
MENU
Important
This chapter illustrates how to set up or modify
the machine programming and maintenance
parameters.
It should therefore be read carefully, to fully
understand the correct sequence of operations
to be performed.
Important
Fig. 39 shows the standard position of keys on
the door keypad; to which all the following
sections will refer to.
Key ": UP
Key !:DOWN
Key c: CANCEL / beverage 01
fig.39
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Key e: ENTER / beverage 05
beverage 02
beverage 06
beverage 03
beverage 07
beverage 04
beverage 08
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8.1
Description of programming
and maintenance phase keys
To surf inside the menu of the vending machine
use the keys described below.
Key e: ENTER / beverage 05 (fig. 39)
By pressing this key it is possible to access the
following level of programming or maintenance.
Furthermore it is possible to modify or confirm
the values set in the entries of the programming
or maintenance menus.
Key c: CANCEL /beverage 01 (fig. 39)
By pressing this key it is possible to go back to
the previous level of the programming or
maintenance menu. It is also possible to avoid
storing the values of the previously required
modification.
8.2.1
Entering the programming
menu
Open the door, insert the key into the safety
switch (fig.18) and press key P1, located on the
CPU card (fig.40, ref. 1) so as to enter the
programming menu.
1
2
3
Key !: DOWN / - sugar (fig. 39)
By pressing this key it is possible to access the
preceding entry inside the same menu level. If
used after requesting to modify a datum, it
decreases its value of this same datum.
Key ": UP / - sugar (fig. 39)
By pressing this key it is possible to access the
following entry inside the same menu level. If
used after requesting to modify a datum, it
increases the value of this same datum.
8.2 Programming menu
The structure of the programming menu is
shown in 8.2.2.
8.2.3 describes all the entries in the programming
menu.
fig.40
If no password has been assigned you enter the
programming menu directly.
Important
If a password to enable the programming menu
was assigned to the vending machine,
‘PASSWORD 0000’ will appear on display with
a flashing cursor on the first digit.
Now enter the password using UP and DOWN
keys. Confirm the digit entered pressing the
ENTER key.
To exit the programming menu and return to the
normal operation of the vending machine:
- press key P1 again;
- remove the key from the safety switch to turn
off the vending machine;
- close the door and wait for the selfconfiguration process to end.
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SYSTEM
MANAGEMENT
VM CODE
0000
STOP
VM CODE
>0000<
STOP COFFEE
00000
LIM:00321
With
complete
menu only
BEVERAGE
A
00000
LIM. 000111
STOP BEVERAGE
STOP GROUNDS
00000
LIM:0090
With
complete
menu only
RESET
RESET
>Y<
N
BEVERAGE
00000
B
LIM. 000222
BEVERAGE
00000
C
LIM. 000333
BEVERAGE
00000
D
LIM. 000444
BEVERAGE
00000
BEVERAGE
00000
F
LIM. 000666
MINIMUM TEMPERATURE
098
MINIMUM TEMPERATURE
>
096
<
BEVERAGE
00000
G
LIM. 000777
MAXIMUM TEMPERATURE
108
MAXIMUM TEMPERATURE
>
110
<
BEVERAGE
00000
H
LIM. 000888
RINSING CYCLE
NO
RINSING CYCLE
Y
>N<
PRE-GRINDING
NO
PRE-GRINDING
>Y<
N
INSTANT PRODUCT
PREHEAT.
TIME-KEEPER
12:12 M 20 SEPT 00
BEVERAGE
00000
INSTANT PRODUCT 1
0
INSTANT PRODUCT 1
>20<
INSTANT PRODUCT 3
0
INSTANT PRODUCT 3
>20<
TIME-KEEPER
12:12 M 21 SEPT 00
CONTINUES
With time-keeper and
complete menu only
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E
LIM. 000555
I
LIM. 000999
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SYSTEM
MANAGEMENT
BEVERAGE PULSE
COUNTER
BEVERAGE PULSE
COUNTER
COFFEE
PULSE COUNTER
TEXT STAND-BY
RUBINO 200
TEXT STAND-BY
SAECO GROUP
TEXT DISPENSING
WAIT FOR PRODUCT
TEXT DISPENSING
BREWING...
TEXT PRESELECTION
PRESELECTION
TEXT PRESELECTION
PRESELECTION
TEXT OUT OF SERVICE
CALL ASSISTANCE
TEXT OUT OF SERVICE
CALL ASSISTANCE
STIRRER
ALWAYS
STIRRER
ALWAYS
With
complete
menu only
With the option “Instant key
= preselection” only
STIRRER
SUGAR
STIRRER SUGAR OR
WTHOUT SUGAR
INSTANT KEY
BEVERAGE 01
INSTANT KEY
PRESELECTION
CONTINUES
INSTANT KEY
DISABLED
With
complete
menu only
INSTANT KEY
BEVERAGE 01
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SYSTEM
MANAGEMENT
INSTANT PRODUCT 1
YES
INSTANT PRODUCT 1
>Y< N
INSTANT PRODUCT 3
NO
INSTANT PRODUCT 1
>Y< N
MULTIPLE BEVERAGE
02
MULTIPLE BEVERAGE
02
MULTIPLE BEVERAGE
ON/off: ABCdefGHI
BEVERAGE VALIDATION
BEVERAGE 01
YES
PRODUCT BEFORE
NO
BEVERAGE 15
YES
FREE VEND BUTTON
YES
FREE VEND BUTTON
>Y< N
CUPS DISPENSER
YES
CUPS DISPENSER
>Y< N
BEVERAGE CUP BUTTON
05
CUP BUTTON
> PRESELECTION <
complete
menus only
AUTOMATIC CUP
>Y< N
CUP BUTTON
> DISABLE <
AUTOMATIC CUP
>Y< N
CUP BUTTON
> BEVERAGE XX<
CUP DELAY
18
RESET VALIDATION
YES
LANGUAGE
ITALIANO
EVA - DTA
SERIAL PROTOCOL
>
CUP DELAY
18
<
RESET VALIDATION
>Y< N
LANGUAGE
ITALIANO
LANGUAGE
ENGLISH
LANGUAGE
FRANCAIS
EVA - DTA
SERIAL PROTOCOL
CONTINUES
SAECO SERIAL
PROTOCOL
30
MODIFY PASSWORD
0000
MODIFY PASSWORD
0001
COMPLETE MENU
NO
COMPLETE MENU
>Y< N
With
complete
menu only
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PAYMENT SYSTEM
PARALLEL COINER
BANKNOTE VALIDATOR
ENABLE
YES
ENABLE
>Y<
N
COIN VALUE
COIN 01: 0.01
COIN VALUE
COIN 01: 0.01_
COIN VALUE
COIN 07: 0.07
COIN VALUE
COIN 07: 0.07_
ENABLE
YES
ENABLE
>Y<
N
INHIBITION LEVEL
0
BANKNOTE VALUE
INHIBITION LEVEL
>1<
0
BANKNOTE VALUE
BANKNOTE 04: 0.04_
BANKNOTE VALUE
BANKNOTE 04: 1000
SAECO CARD
EXECUTIVE
PROTOCOL
RECHARGE
YES
RECHARGE
>Y<
N
MAX CARD CHARGE
20.00
MAX CARD CHARGE
>
20.00
<
REJECT CARD
20.00
REJECT CARD
>
20.00
<
CARD PRICES
YES
CARD PRICES
>Y< N
FREE CARD
YES
CARD PRICES
YES
only with Saeco card
EXECUTIVE
PROTOCOL
PROTOCOL
PRICE HOLDING/DISP
PROTOCOL
> BDV <
PROTOCOL
> MDB <
PROTOCOL
>NO PROTOCOL<
PROTOCOL
> MDB SLAVE <
PROTOCOL
>EXEC MASTER/SLAVE<
CONTINUES
PROTOCOL
>PDH MASTER/SLAVE<
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PAYMENT SYSTEM
MDB SETTINGS
RECHARGE
YES
RECHARGE
>Y< N
MAX CARD CHARGE
20.00
MAX CARD CHARGE
> 20.00 <
REJECT CARD
20.00
CARD PRICES
YES
ENABLE
COINS
REJECT CARD
> 25.00 <
CARD PRICES
>Y< N
COIN 01 0.00
NO
COIN 16 0.00
NO
ALT. PAYOUT
YES
ALT. PAYOUT
>Y<
N
MAX CHANGE
10.00
MAX CHANGE
10.00
EXACT CHANGE POLICY
1
EXACT CHANGE POLICY
>
1
<
CHANNELS MIN LEVEL
4
CHANNELS MIN LEVEL
>
4
<
MANUAL CHANNEL
LOADING
MANUAL CREDIT
CHANNEL LOADING 5.60
MANUAL CHANNEL
EMPTYING
MANUAL CHANNEL
EMPTYING
PRESS BEV. BUTTONS
COMMITTED TO VEND
NO
COMMITTED TO VEND
>Y<
N
ENABLE
BANKNOTES
BANKNOTE 01 0.00
NO
BANKNOTE 16 0.00
NO
CONTINUES
BANKNOTES ESCROW
>Y<
N
SLAVE ADDRESS
0X40
SLAVE ADDRESS
> 0X40 <
MAX CREDIT
20.00
MAX CREDIT
> 20.00 <
MULTIVEND
YES
MULTIVEND
>Y<
N
OVERPAY TIME
100
OVERPAY TIME
180
NATION CODE
0039
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BANKNOTES ESCROW
YES
NATION CODE
0039
SCALING FACTOR
10
SCALING FACTOR
1
DECIMAL POINT POSIT.
0000
DECIMAL POINT POSIT.
00.00
Only with
complete menus
COIN 01
>Y< N
COIN 07
>Y< N
Displayed only with Give
Change present
Displayed only with Give
Change present
BANKNOTE 01
>Y<
N
BANKNOTE 07
>Y<
N
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BEVERAGE BREWING
BEVERAGE BREWING
BEVERAGE 1
BEVERAGE 1
SEQUENCE 003C
BEVERAGE BREWING
BEVERAGE 2
BEVERAGE 1
INSTANT PROD. 3: 005
BEVERAGE 1
WATER INST. PROD. 3: 022
BEVERAGE BREWING
BEVERAGE 8
BEVERAGE 1
% SOLUBLE . 03: 100
BEVERAGE BREWING
BEVERAGE 9
BEVERAGE BREWING
BEVERAGE 10
BEVERAGE 1
% SOLUBLE . 03: 100
BEVERAGE 1
MOTOR DELAY 3: 005
With
INSTANT KEY=
PRESELECTION
BEVERAGE 1
WATER COFFEE: 38
BEVERAGE 1
SUGAR: 0
BEVERAGE BREWING
BEVERAGE 16
PRICE MANAGEMENT
PRICE TABLE
BEVERAGE 1
BEVERAGE CHECK
BEVERAGE 1
PRESS KEY
SINGLE PRICE
YES
SINGLE PRICE
>Y< N
PRICE TABLE
PRICE 001:
50
PRICE TABLE
PRICE 002:
250
PRICE TABLE
PRICE nnn:
550
BEVERAGE PRICES
BEVERAGE PRICES
NORMAL
IMPOSTAZIONE
SINGLE PRICE
GLOBALE
001: 200
INDIVIDUAL PRICE
BEVERAGE PRICE
A 001: 200
BEVERAGE PRICE
A 001: 200
SINGLE PRICE
YES
BEVERAGE PRICES
DIFF. 1
BEVERAGE PRICES
DIFF. 1
IMPOSTAZIONE
SINGLE PRICE
GLOBALE
001: 200
INDIVIDUAL PRICE
With time-keeper
only
CONTINUES
BEVERAGE PRICES
SAECO CARD
CUP PRICE
50
SINGLE PRICE
>Y< N
BEVERAGE PRICE
A 001: 200
BEVERAGE PRICE
A 001: 200
With Card Prices
enabled only
CUP PRICE
001: 200
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TIMETABLE SETTING
NEVER
FREE
NEVER
FREE
ALWAYS
FREE
FREE
TIME RANGE
FREE
ON1: MTWtfss 00:15
FREE
OFF1: MTWtfss 07:15
With time-keeper and
complete menu only
FREE
ON2: mtwTFss 19:15
FREE
OFF2: mtwTFss 20:15
TIMETABLE SETTING
TIMETABLE ON/OFF
YES
TIMETABLE ON/OFF
>Y< N
TIMETABLE ON/OFF
ON1: MTWtfss 00:15
TIMETABLE ON/OFF
OFF1: MTWtfss 07:15
With time-keeper and
complete menu only
TIMETABLE ON/OFF
ON2: mtwTFss 19:15
TIMETABLE ON/OFF
OFF2: mtwTFss 20:15
DIFF. 1
NO
DIFF. 1
>Y< N
DIFF. 1
ON1: MTWtfss 00:15
DIFF. 1
OFF1: MTWtfss 07:15
DIFF. 1
ON2: mtwTFss 19:15
DIFF. 1
OFF2: mtwTFss 20:15
DIFF. 2
NO
DIFF. 2
>Y< N
DIFF. 2
ON1: MTWtfss 00:15
DIFF. 2
OFF1: MTWtfss 07:15
DIFF. 2
ON2: mtwTFss 19:15
DIFF. 2
OFF2: mtwTFss 20:15
SYSTEM
MANAGEMENT
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RINSING
NO
RINSING
>Y< N
RINSING
ON1: MTWtfss 00:15
With time-keeper only
RINSING
ON2: MtwTFss 19:15
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8.2.2
Structure of the programming
menu
Example of parameter setting To set the PRICE
level 3 at 0.3 :
- access the programming menu as indicated
in 8.2.1, if the password is not requested, the
entry ‘SYSTEM MANAGEMENT’ will appear;
- scroll the menu items with the UP key until
‘PRICE MANAGEMENT’ is displayed;
- press the ENTER key until the following
message is displayed: ‘PRICE TABLE’
- scroll the menu items with the UP key until
the following message is displayed: ‘PRICE
03’
- press the ENTER key (the cursor on the value
to be modified will flash);
- increase or reduce the value with the UP and/
or DOWN keys until reaching 0.3 and press
the ENTER key to confirm the value desired
the cursor disappears.
8.2.3
Functions of the programming
menu
SYSTEM MANAGEMENT
The entries of the SYSTEM MANAGEMENT are:
- Vending Machine Code
It allows you to assign an identification code for
the vending machine.
- Stops
It allows you to set the maximum amount of
beverage or coffee. Once reached the maximum
amount, the vending machine stops the brewing
of relevant beverages.
The first digit on the left (‘00000’) refers to the
quantity of the product dispensed from the last
‘RESET’ (partial counters reset).
The left hand digit, preceded by ‘LIM’, shows the
maximum dispensable quantity (changeable
value).
- Stop coffee
It allows to set the maximum number of coffee
cups to be brewed before the stop.
- Stop beverage
It allows you to set the maximum number of
individual beverages to be brewed before the
stop.
- Stop grounds
It allows you to set the maximum number of
coffee cups to be brewed, corresponding to
maximum dump box capacity. Once reached the
set quantity, coffee-based beverages dispensing
is stopped. The display shows the blinking
message ‘REMOVE DUMPS’ before brewing
the last ten coffees.
Important
This stop can be reset by removing the dump
box for at least 5 sec.
Recommended solutions
It is advisable to set a max. of 100 coffees when
using the dump box supplied with the machine
Important
Do not set any stop value if you are using the
machine together with the supporting cabinet,
which is equipped with its own dump box which
is not controlled electronically
- Reset
It allows you to reset partial counters of stop
functions.
- Minimum temperature
It allows you to set the temperature that the
vending machine keeps for a few minutes after
a beverage has been brewed. Set value is not
expressed in centigrade.
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- Maximum temperature
It allows you to assign the temperature to which
the vending machine is brought after a certain
time from the last dispensing, so that the natural
lowering of the temperature of the hydraulic
circuits can be compensated. Set value is not
expressed in centigrade.
- Wash cycle
It enables starting the mixing bowls automatic
wash.
The automatic wash is performed as follows:
the first wash take place 10 minutes after the
‘machine ready’ status; if necessary, other
washes occur 7 hours after the last brewing.
Recommended solutions
Automatic washes should be set only if the
machine is used together with the cabinet, which
is equipped with a large discharge fluid thank.
- Pre-grinding
It validates instant pre-grinding of the coffee dose
- Instant product preheating
It allows enabling preheating only for selected
products.
PREHEAT.
SOLUBLES
SOLUBLE 1
10
SOLUBLE 2
0
By validating this function the vending machine
execute a preliminary water brewing through the
circuit corresponding to the selected instant
product. The user can choose the instant
products for which to validate the prewash by
setting a value >0 for the water to be used for
prewashing.
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Example: the settings shown in the figure
validate preheating for instant product 1 with 10
units of water and do not validate preheating for
instant product 2.
Preheating for an instant product is executed if:
at least 3 minutes have passed since the mixing
bowl was used; the amount of water for the
instant product is < 50 units.
Recommended solutions
Instant product preheating should be set only if
the machine is used together with the cabinet,
which is equipped with a large discharge fluid
thank.
- Clock (shown only if the clock module has
been installed)
It allows you to set current hours, minutes, day
of the week, day of the month, month and year.
- Coffee / beverage pulse counter - shown
only if the ‘complete menus’ option is validated
The electromechanical pulse counter 24V dc
(option) allows to choose whether to count only
coffee or all the beverages brewed.
- Text: Stand-by
It allows you to enter the message displayed
when the vending machine is in normal operating
mode.
- Text: Dispensing
It allows you to set the message displayed when
the vending machine is brewing a product.
- Text: Out of Service
It allows you to set the message displayed when
the vending machine stops for a failure.
- Text: Preselection
It allows you to set the message displayed when
the preselection mode is activated.
English
- Stirrer
It allows you to select the stirrer dispensing mode
STIRRER ALWAYS: the stirrer is dispensed
anyway;
STIRRER SUGAR: the stirrer is dispensed only
if the beverage is served with sugar;
STIRRER SUGAR or WITHOUT SUGAR: the
stirrer is dispensed for all the beverages which
should be served with sugar, although the user
demands the beverage without it.
- key Instant
While the machine is normal operation mode, it
allows to validate the key beverage 01 (Fig.39)
as:
- Multiple beverage
It allows to set beverage multiple dispensing.
It allows to select which beverages will be
enabled for multiple dispensing and the number
of dispensing.
The upper line will remain the same for all
following operations, while the lower one will
show the number of consecutive beverages. It
is possible to set a value between 2 and 8.
- Beverage validation
It allows to enable or disable the beverage keys.
The combination KEY - BEVERAGE NUMBER
is indicated in fig.41.
1 – ‘Preselection’ in this case, by pressing the
key the vending machine displays the
preselection message - ‘preselection’ by default
- and makes another beverage group available
(from 09 to 15). The beverages or recipes
that the vending machine can now
prepare and brew are 14.
01 05
02 06
03 07
Example: after pressing the key “beverage 01”
PRESELECTION is activated and by pressing
the key ‘beverage 02’ the vending machine brews
the beverage/receipt 09 instead of the beverage
2.
Important
With this configuration it is necessary to set the
new beverage/receipt group available - see the
BEVERAGE PREPARATION menu.
2 - ‘Beverage 01’: in this case, by pressing this
key the beverage/receipt 01 is brewed.
3 - ‘Disabled’: in this case, by pressing this key
no beverage will be brewed.
04 08
fig.41
By pressing a disabled key during operation, the
message “NOT AVAILABLE” will be displayed.
- Free vend button
It allows to enable key P3 (Fig. 40, ref. 3) of the
CPU card to the free dispensing of a product
during the normal operating phase.
- Product before
It allows selecting the instant product for which
you wish to enable powder dispensing befor
water dispensing. This brewing cycle will be
carried out only when the quantity of powder to
be brewed does not exceed 22.
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- Cups dispenser
It allows you to set the use the vending machine
without cup, stirrers and sugar. To effect this’ it
will be had to plan No. The vending machine
won’t introduce conditions of error tied to such
operations (error 06: Cup bracket not in position).
- Cup key
It allows to enable or disable the key ‘beverage
05’ (fig. 39) as:
1 - ‘No cup’: By pressing the No-CUP key before
choosing a beverage allows to have it brewed
without the cup.
After pushing the preselection key, the user has
8 seconds to select the desired product. After
this time the preselection is cancelled.
If CUPS DISPENSER are planned on No, the
voice PRESELECTION won’t have shown.
2 - ‘Beverage 05’: in this case, by pressing this
key the beverage 05 is brewed.
3 - ‘Disabled’: in this case, by pressing this key
no beverage will be brewed.
- Cup delay (only with complete menus ON)
While loading cups, the cup holder of the vending
machine turns until the new cup column has
activated the cup detection microswitch. This
item enables to set the delay between the
activation of the cup detection microswitch and
the holder motor stop. Adjust this value according
to the cup type used on the vending machine.
The default value is 18.
- Reset validation
It allows to ‘RESET’ the data in the maintenance
menu (STATISTICS).
- Language
It allows to select the language to be used by
the machine.
- Serial protocol
It allows selecting the protocol to be used by the
vending machine when interacting with the serial
interface (optional).
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- Modify password
It allows to set a password or to modify the set
one. The password consists of a number
between 0001 and 65536. The 0000 value
(default value) means no password. To set the
password, press the UP and DOWN keys and
confirm using the ENTER key.
- Complete menu
It allows to choose whether the entries of the
programming menu should be shown entirely or
only partially. The least frequently used entries
are highlighted by a frame outlined at 8.2.2 and
can be shown only if in the data ‘Y’ is set in this
function.
English
PAYMENT SYSTEMS
The entries of the PAYMENT SYSTEM are:
- Parallel coiner
It allows the enabling of the parameters of the
parallel coiner, the mechanical coiner, the
cancelling machine and the choice of the values
to be assigned to the single money channels.
- Inhibition Level
It allows the setting of the active level of the
banknote validator’s inhibition level.
- Banknote Value
It enables to set the value of the banknotes
transferred to the vending machine from the
parallel validator.
- Enable
By setting:
• “Y”, the management of the parallel coiner,
the mechanical coiner and the
cancelling machine is enabled.
• “N”, any parallel coiner connected to the
vending machine is disabled.
- Coin value
It enables to set the value of the coins transferred
to the vending machine from the parallel coiner,
the mechanical coiner and the cancelling
machine.
The following table shows the channel / payment
system combinations.
Channel Payment system
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
Parallel coiner
parallel coiner
Parallel coiner
Parallel coiner
Parallel coiner
Parallel coiner/mechanical
coiner
Canceling machine/mechanical
coiner
- Banknote Validator
It enables the parameters of the parallel banknote
validator and the choice of values to be assigned
to single banknote channels.
- Enable
By setting:
• “Y”, the management of the parallel banknote
validator is enabled.
• “N”, any parallel banknote validator
connected to the vending machine
is disabled.
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- Saeco Card
• Max card recharge
If the Saeco card module (automatically
detected by the VM) is present, the following
entries are added to the PAYMENT SYSTEM
programming menu:
It enables to set the maximum credit level,
beyond which all recharge operations (if enabled)
are ineffective. By setting MAX RECHARGE =
20.00, the credit on the vending machine will be
transferred to the card if the sum of the credit on
the vending machine and on the card does not
exceed 20.00.
RECHARGE
YES
RECHARGE
>Y<
N
MAX CARD CHARGE
60000
MAX CARD CHARGE
65000
REJECT CARD
70000
REJECT CARD
65000
CARD PRICES
YES
CARD PRICES
>Y<
N
FREE CARD
YES
FREE CARD
>Y<
N
SAECO CARD
• Reject card
It enables to set the maximum credit level,
beyond which the card is rejected by the system.
By setting REJECT CARD = 25.00, the vending
machine will reject all cards with a credit which
exceeds this amount. If this card is detected,
the display will not show the credit but a “ ——”
message will be displayed and no sale will be
carried out.
Entry description:
• Card prices
• Recharge:
This function enables the application of
differentiated prices if the card is used for
payment. By setting CARD PRICES = YES a
new menu entry will appear in PRICE
MANAGEMENT, enabling setting the price level
to be applied to the product (beverage or snack)
if payment is made by card.
It allows disabling or enabling the possibility of
performing any Saeco card recharge operation.
By setting RECHARGE = NO the vending
machine will only deduct the cost from Saeco
cards.
BEVERAGE PRICES
NORMAL BEVERAGE
PRICES
DIFF 1 BEVERAGE
PRICES
DIFF 2 BEVERAGE
PRICES
CARD BEVERAGE
PRICES
40
• Free Card
It allows enabling or disabling the use of free
service cards. By setting FREE CARD = NO,
free service cards will not be accepted by the
vending machine.
English
- Protocol
It enables the selection of the protocol used by
the vending machine to dialogue with the
payment system installed on it:
-
EXECUTIVE Protocol;
PRICE HOLDING (ECS) Protocol;
BDV Protocol;
MBD Protocol;
NO PROTOCOL (no serial protocol);
MDB SLAVE (the vending machine
operates as slave to another vending
machine);
- Master / Slave executive (the vending
machine operates as master for
another vending machine).
- PDH Master / Slave (the vending machine
operates as master for another vending
machine) .
The NO PROTOCOL setting shall be used
when the VM is not equipped with a payment
system operating with one of the protocols
provided in the other settings: EXECUTIVE,
PRICE HOLDING, BDV, MBD or MDB SLAVE.
This setting is necessary since the VM
continuously checks for dialogue with the
provided payment system. If the VM detects no
dialogue, it signals this fault on the display
through the message “NO LINK”. This signal
cannot be considered an error condition.
- MDB settings
It enables access to particular functions of the
MDB protocol.
• Recharge
It allows disabling or enabling the possibility of
performing any MDB card recharge operation.
By setting RECHARGE = NO the vending
machine will only deduct the cost from MDB
cards.
• Max card charge
It enables to set the maximum credit level,
beyond which all recharge operations (if enabled)
are ineffective. By setting MAX RECHARGE =
20.00, the credit on the vending machine will be
transferred to the card if the sum of the credit on
the vending machine and on the card does not
exceed 20.00.
• Reject card
It enables to set the maximum credit level,
beyond which the card is rejected by the system.
By setting REJECT CARD = 25.00, the vending
machine will reject all cards with a credit which
exceeds this amount. If this card is detected,
the display will not show the credit but a “ ——”
message will be displayed and no sale will be
carried out.
• Card prices
This function enables the application of
differentiated prices if the card is used for
payment. By setting CARD PRICES = YES a
new menu entry will appear in PRICE
MANAGEMENT, enabling setting the price level
to be applied to the product (beverage or snack)
if payment is made by card.
• Enable coins
It enables the selection of which coins will be
accepted by the change-giving coiner. By setting
‘Y’ a specific coin will be accepted. On the
contrary, the ‘N’ setting prevents the changegiving coiner from accepting a particular coin.
Coins beneath the vending machine scale factor
are always disabled and display the ‘N’ setting.
• Alt. payout
It enables / disables the use of Alternative Payout
for the level 3 MDB change-giving coiner. By
setting Yes, the change-giving coiner is called
on to dispense change. Change is limited to 255
times the scaling factor of the change-giving
coiner (typically 12.75 for the Euro area - with
scaling factor of 5). By setting No, change is
given by exploiting the vending machine’s
algorithm. Max. change is 60000 units (typically
600 for the Euro area).
• Maximum change
It enables setting of the maximum change which
can be dispensed by the change-giving coiner.
Default = 10.00.
• Exact change policy
In MDB change-giving coiners, the condition of
no change available can be selected within the
following table:
Key:
L = channel with the lowest coin value below
the minimum level
M = channel with the medium-low coin value
below the minimum level
HL = channel with the medium-high coin value
below the minimum level
HH = channel with the highest coin value below
the minimum level
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No.
Description
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
L or M or HL or HH
L or M
HL or HH
L or HH
L
M
HL
L and HH
HL and HH
L and M
L and M and HL and HH
L and HL or L and HH
L or HL and HH
HH
L and M and HL
Never (change always available)
Notes
Even if the no change available message is
displayed, the vending machine continues to give
change as long as coins are present in the
channels. The minimum level (the same for all
channels) can be set on a special menu item.
• Channel minimum level
It enables setting of the minimum number of
coins in the channels. Default = 4.
• Manual channel loading
It allows the change-giving coiner channels to
be filled manually. Press Esc to exit the channel
loading mode.
• Manual channel emptying
It allows the change-giving coiner channels to
be emptied by pressing the beverage selection
buttons.
• Committed to vend
By setting ‘N’, the credit inserted can be returned
even if no sale has been made. This function
may be useful, for example, for changing
banknotes into coins. By setting ‘Y’, the credit
inserted can be returned as change only after
the sale has been completed. Default = YES.
• Enable banknotes
It enables selection of which banknotes will be
accepted by the MDB banknote reader. By setting
‘Y’ a specific banknote will be accepted. On the
contrary, the ‘N’ setting prevents the banknote
reader from accepting a specific banknote.
Default = All enabled.
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• Banknotes escrow
By setting ‘Y’, an inserted banknote is stored in
the escrow position (if the banknote reader
supports it); this function is supported by the
banknote reader. In this way, if the sale fails or
the card system fails to charge, the banknote
will be returned. By setting ‘N’, any inserted
banknote goes to the banknote reader’s stacker,
so that the banknotes cannot be returned.
Default = No.
• Slave address
When the vending machine is in Master mode,
this menu enables setting of the address of any
slave connected vending machine. If the vending
machine is in Slave mode, it enables setting of
its address. Possible addresses are 0x40, 0x48
and 0x50. Default = 0x40.
- Maximum credit
It allows the user to set the maximum credit
which can be accepted by the vending machine.
Once this limit has been reached, the payment
systems are disabled so that no more credit can
be accepted. Default = 20.00.
- Multivend
It enables the user to use any residual credit to
purchase other beverages. By setting “N” (no),
the vending machine will store residual credit.
- Overpay Time
It establishes the maximum time (expressed in
seconds) beyond which the vending machine
collects the displayed residual credit. The time
is adjustable at intervals of 10 seconds. Setting
“000” the function is disabled.
- Nation code (displayed only with
“Complete menus” option enabled)
It enables to set the country code, which
corresponds to the international dialling code
(E.g. ITALY = 0039).
- Scale factor
It enables to set the number of fixed zeros of the
credit.
- Point position
It enables to set the position of the decimal point
of the credit.
English
RUBINO 200
RUBINO 200 T.T.T.
BEVERAGE BREWING
BEVERAGE BREWING
The vending machine can brew 8 beverages by
direct selection or up to 14 beverages, 7 of which
in preselection mode. Each beverage can be
prepared using coffee beans and/or instant
products. The technician can choose the desired
products for the receipt (max 4) and the order of
use. Each component is identified by a number
or a digit (fig. 42a).
Thevendingmachinecanbrew8
beverages by direct selection or up to 14
beverages, 7 of which in preselection mode. Each
beverage can be prepared u s i n g c o f f e e b e a
n s a n d / o r i n s t a n t products. The technician
can choose the desired products for the receipt
(max 4) and the order of use. Each component is
identified by a number or a digit (fig. 42b).
Soluble 1
Coffee C
Soluble 2
Soluble 3
Soluble 1
Soluble 2
Coffee
Beans
Soluble 3
Sugar
Fig. 42b
Fig. 42a
Sugar
- Sequence:
Is the order in which the products making up the
beverage are brewed.
‘0’ means no product. Thus, the combination of
digits ‘C300’ or ‘C030’ or ‘0C30’, means that
product 3 and coffee beans will always be
dispensed.
Based on the sequence, the settings of the
parameters relevant to the products making up
the beverage will be requested.
- Sequence:
Is the order in which the products making up the
beverage are brewed.
Available products are: 1,2,C,B,P,F
The table explains the meaning of each component:
Comp.
Result
1................ Dr ink made wi th soluble 1
2 ............... Dr ink made wi th soluble 2
C............... Espresso cof fee made with freshly
milled coffee beans
B................ Fresh brew coffee made with freshly
milled coffee beans
F ............... Fresh brew coffee made with
premilled coffee (captured from
soluble container 3)
P ............... Espresso cof fee made with premilled
coffee (captured from soluble
container 3)
“0“meansnoproduct.Thus,the
combination of digits ‘’C200’’ or ‘’C020’’ or ‘’0C20’’,
means that product 2 and coffe b e a n s w i l l a l
w a y s b e d i s p e n s e d . Based on the sequence,
the settings of the parameters relevant to the
products making up the beverage will be requested.
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- Instant product:
It defines the quantity of instant product to be
dispensed.
Example:
BEVANDA
SOLUBILE 3:
A
005
‘005’ indicates that 5 units of instant product 3
will be used.
The quantity of instant product can be adjusted
from ‘0’ to ‘250’ with steps of 1.
- Instant water:
It defines the amount of water to be mixed with
powder instant product.
Example:
BEVANDA
ACQUA SOL.3:
A
022
‘3’ indicates that water will be mixed with instant
product 3. ‘022’ indicates that 22 units of water
will be brewed with the instant product.
The amount of water can be adjusted from ‘0’ to
‘500’ with steps of 2.
Coffee beans C
- % Soluble
This defines the speed at which the instant
powder and water are brewed (see chart).
Brewing speed of instant powder and hot water
is adjustable from “10” to “120” in steps of 10.
By setting a value of “10”, the pump works at the
maximum capacity, while the instant product is
brewed with impulses at minimum capacity.
By setting “100”, both the instant product and
water will be brewed at maximum capacity.
By setting “120” the pump works with impulses
at minimum capacity, while the instant product
is brewed at maximum capacity.
Soluble
speed
MAX
MIN
Important
In case the sequence includes more instant
products, the sequence ‘INSTANT - WATER’ will
appear again.
If parameter programming concerning the
instant product (‘INSTANT - WATER’) is such to
extend powder brewing beyond water brewing,
the vending machine stops powder dosing as to
avoid an insufficient mixer rinsing and emits a
beep. Check again the parameters set, in order
to obtain a correct dispensing. Powder
dispensing must end a few instants before the
water dispensing so as to allow a good mixer
rinsing.
10
100
120
10
100
120
% Soluble
Speed
pump
MAX
MIN
% Solubile
If pre-ground coffee is used, the %instant product
item defines only the speed with which water is
dispensed in the group, since the adjustment of
the ground coffee brewing into the brewing cup
has no effect on the end product.
The relationship between the water pump
adjustment and the %instant product item is
described in the table below:
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% INSTANT PRODUCT
BREWING TYPE
100
110
120
Pump at 100%
Pump adjusted at 90%
Pump adjusted at 80%
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- Motor delay
This option allows entering a programmable
engaging delay on instant product motors.
- Coffee Water:
It defines the quantity of coffee to be brewed.
- Beverage check:
It allows you to perform brewing tests on the
beverage just set.
By pressing ENTER the display shows ‘PRESS
KEY’ and you can choose which key to press
based on the type of brewing test:
Example:
- Key 2 Full beverage;
BEVANDA
ACQUA CAFFE’:
01
38
‘38’ indicates that 38 water units will be brewed.
The quantity of coffee can be adjusted from ‘0’
to ‘500’ with steps of 2.
- Key 3 Beverage without cup, sugar and
stirrer;
- Sugar
It defines the quantity of sugar to be brewed with
the beverage.
The following table shows the result of the
different settings.
- Key 4 Only water;
Setting
Sugar in the
beverage without
preselection
Sugar in the
beverage with
preselection
Preselected quantity
0
No sugar
1
1
2
2
Preselected quantity
3
3
Preselected quantity
4
4
Preselected quantity
NO
No Sugar
No Sugar
Preselected quantity
- Key 5 Only powder.
TIMETABLE SETTING
The items of the TIMETABLE SETTING menu
are:
- Never free
Products and beverages supplied should be
paid.
- Always free
Products and beverages supplied are free.
Important
When the Time Keeper module is present, it is
possible to set:
- washing times;
- witching on and off times;
- differentiated pricing times;
- free dispensing times.
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PRICE MANAGEMENT
The items of the PRICE MANAGEMENT are:
- Price table
99 price levels can be set.
- Beverage prices
It allows to combine each beverage with one of
the price levels set in the PRICE TABLE.
The combination can be:
- GLOBAL (all beverages are given the same
price level);
- SINGLE (each beverage will be given a
special price level).
- Global setting
By pressing the UP and DOWN keys and
confirming with ENTER, it allows you to choose
the price level to be combined with all beverages.
- Individual setting
It allows you to choose the price level for each
beverage.
Select the beverage using the UP and DOWN
keys and confirm with ENTER, then select the
price level - from 001 to 099 - with UP and DOWN
and confirm again with ENTER.
- Cup Price (displayed only if the Cup key is
set in PRESELECTION mode)
It allows you to assign a price to the cup if cup
preselection is activated.
The VMC will calculate the cost of the product
based on two components:
- a beverage
- a cup
therefore the operator will have to set the price
of both components. The amount paid by the
user for each product is the sum of the beverage
price plus the cup price.
Here is a practical example.
If:
price level 1 = 0.50
price level 2 = 0.05
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Beverage Cup
Price
Price
Final
Cost
Counters
increased
Beverage
with cup
Level 1
Level 1
0.55
Beverage
counter and
cup counter
Beverage
without cup
Level 2
Level 2
0.50
Beverage
counter
8.3
Maintenance menu
8.3.1
Accessing the maintenance
menu
Open the door, insert the key into the safety
switch (fig. 18) and press key P2, located on the
CPU card (fig. 40, ref. 2) so as to enter the
maintenance menu.
Press P2 again, remove the key from the safety
switch and close the VM and wait for the selfconfiguration process to end.
English
This message is displayed
only in case of error, otherwise
“ERROR LOG” is displayed
MAINTENANCE
STATISTICS
ERROR
MESSAGE
nn
ERROR LOG
ERROR LOG /03
ERROR LOG
Mxx Eyy dd/mmm hh:mm
RINSING
ERROR LOG RESET
ERROR LOG RESET
>Y<
N
BOILER EMPTYING
BOILER EMPTYING
>Y<
N
TOTAL SALES
BEVERAGE
0.00
PRICE 01
0.00 00055
PRICE 99
0.00 00000
DISCOUNT/INCREASE
0.00
OVERPAY
BEVERAGE COUNTER
TT : 004500
PP : 002500
BEVERAGE
TT : 000800
PP : 000500
BEVERAGE
TT : 000800
PP : 000500
BEVERAGE
TT : 000800
PP : 000500
1
NORMAL
TT : 000300
PP : 000200
2
FREE
TT : 000015
PP : 000002
9
TT : 000015
TEST
PP : 000002
FREE
TT : 004500
PP: 002500
TT : 004500
TEST
PP: 002500
COIN TOTAL
0.00
BANKNOTE TOTAL
0.00
BANKNOTE TOTAL
BANKNOT01 00000
BANKNOTE TOTAL
BANKNOT04 00000
VM CODE
000000
RESET
RESET
>Y<
N
Displayed only if RESET is
enabled in SYSTEM MANAGEMENT (resets both
statistics and counters)
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8.3.2
Description of maintenance
menu messages
MAINTENANCE
IThis function allows to show and reset the errors
that may be present. It is also possible to upkeep
the vending machine.
The error can be reset through the maintenance
menu or using the Automatic Error Reset mode.
Important
The latter, designed to be used by unskilled
technical personnel, can be activated without
entering the programming/maintenance menu
and tries to remove automatically any (noncritical) error conditions that may occur in the
V.M.
This mode does not eliminate all error conditions,
but only those caused by operational defects.
Errors are divided into two groups (defect and
failures) according to their criticality and therefore
according to the easiness of removing the
causes that determined them.
Defects include error conditions automatically
recovered when their cause ceases to exist, as
well as those conditions requiring an operator’s
intervention that, consequently, can be removed
only upon the operator’s request.
Failures, on the contrary, always require a
technical intervention of skilled personnel.
The following table shows the error conditions
divided into their two categories
Operational defects
automatic reset
Self-reset
No cups (cod. 08)
Drain tank full (cod. 09)
No brew group (cod. 20)
No water (cod. 01)
No coffee (cod. 02)
Brew group blocked (cod. 03/04)
Cup s blocked (cod. 10)
Beverage/s blocked (cod. - -)
Recommended solutions
In maintenance mode it is possible to:
- move the gear motor of the brew group by
pressing beverage key 2;
- have the mixer rinsed by pressing beverage
key 3;
- display for 5 seconds total and partial
counters by pressing the beverage key 4.
- move the cup release / cup bracket gear
motor by pressing beverage key 6;
- reset errors by pressing beverage key 8
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Failures
manual reset
Flowmeter (cod. 05)
Arm blocked (cod. 06/07)
Boiler 1 temp. sensor (cod. 14)
Eeprom memory (cod. 16)
Cup basket blocked (cod. 17)
No timekeeper (cod. 25)
Position of decimal point (cod. 31)
- Error / Message nn
It describes the current error - check the cause
in section 12 Error messages. If there are no
errors present, this message is not displayed.
After checking the cause of the error, press the
ENTER key to reset the vending machine - for
the complete list of errors see section 12.
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- Automatic Error Reset
Simplified mode (for technical unskilled
personnel) for error reset that, when
implemented, tries to remove any non-critical
error condition in the VM operation.
Starting the Error Reset Procedure
The error-reset procedure is started by pressing
both the P1 ‘Programming’ and P2 ‘Maintenance’
simultaneously for at least 5 seconds - see fig.
40, ref. 1 and ref. 2.
A beep signals the procedure start.
Reset Procedure in Absence of Errors
If no failure is present, the display shows the
message ‘Ok - 0/0’. The user can go back to the
standard mode by pressing ENTER.
In this way, a quick system check-up by the
operator is also assured.
The VM tries, in sequential order, to remove the
errors automatically. During this phase the error
subject to the reset procedure is displayed;
In the second line of the display there is a ‘status
bar’: the bar elements are made by points (“.”).
At the end of each attempt the display shows
the message Ok/Fail and then proceeds with the
following step.
If, at the end of the sequence, all the errors have
been removed, the reset has been carried out
successfully; otherwise - if one or more errors
could not be removed - it failed.
Successful Reset
The VM shows the message ‘ Ok - N/N’ with a
long single beep.
N indicates the number of errors removed.
The vending machine is reset by pressing the
ENTER key.
Reset failed
Reset Procedure in Presence of Errors
In presence of errors the procedure consists of
two phases:
1. Error list;
2. Error removal (attempt to remove).
1- Error list
The VM displays a list of errors detected. The
first line of the display indicates the total number
of errors ‘ERRORS XX’.
The second one displays their descriptions on
one or more screens. This list shows current
error or trouble messages: Each message is
displayed on a single screen page containing
their descriptions, for example: ‘NO WATER 01’.
The user can pass to the following screen page
by pressing ENTER.
By pressing ENTER again after viewing the last
screen, the user will remove the errors.
2 - Error removal (attempt to remove).
If, at the end of this procedure, at least one error
condition remains unchanged, the display will
show the message ‘Fail X/N’ where X is the
number of errors that could not be removed and
N the total number of errors detected.
The message is accompanied by some short
beeps.
The vending machine is reset by pressing the
ENTER key.
- Error Log
The VM stores in its internal storage significant
incidents occurring in the VMC (for example
errors, trouble signals etc.)
The storage takes place at the detection of the
error condition and consists in storing the
following information:
1. error or failure code
2. location of the signal source
(for instance, which spiral motor if the error is
due to a spiral motor, or which coffee or instant
product)
3. day, month, hour and minute of the error
detection - this information is given only if the
VM is equipped with a timekeeper.
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The information is included in a list that can
contain up to 50 elements, over that limit the
information is stored starting by position 1
(previous information will be lost).
The following menu displays the LOG:
MAINTENANCE
ERROR LOG
ERROR LOG
/03
ERROR LOG 03/03
Mxx Eyy dd/mmm hh:mm
ERROR LOG RESET
ERROR LOG RESET
>Y< N
BOILER EMPTYING
Notes:
All errors or faults are stored, except when blocks
occur (coffee, instant product, beverage, water).
Ways of accessing stored information:
OPERATION
METHOD
DISPLAY MESSAGE
Accessing log
Using the Maintenance/
LOG MONITOR menu
LOG MONITOR Exx aabb ddmmm
hh:mm
Exx = error (Exx) or warning (Wxx) code
aabb = Indicates “WHERE” the error has
occurred (S = instant product, C = coffee,
L = rinsing, e.g. S01 = instant product 01).
dd = day of the month
mmm = month
hh = hour
mm = minute
Use ‘+’ and ‘-’ to scroll the list.
Resetting log
Use the appropriate
menu
Actually, the log will not be erased, the VM
will merely display the information stored
subsequent to this operation
Viewing
all
the
information (including
cancelled information)
Enter the error list and
press the beverage
button 5
The VM will once again display all
information.
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- Washing
It allows to rinse the brewing circuits of instant
products.
By pressing the ENTER key the automatic cycle
starts, thus activating in sequence each instant
product circuit.
Recommended solutions
Strip 16x2 for SW
updating
To wash the circuit of a single instant product
you need to keep the beverage keys pressed:
- Beverage key 2: instant 1 wash
- Beverage key 3: instant 2 wash
- Beverage key 4: instant 3 wash
- Boiler emptying
It enables starting the automatic boiler
discharging cycle.
STATISTICS
This item enables displaying statistical data, total
sales amount (which can be divided per
beverage), total and partial number of brewings,
the amount of coins and banknotes.
Fig.43
- switch on the vending machine. The vending
machine checks if a suitable external
memory is present. If this is the case, the
following message is displayed:
8.4 Software updating
PRESS P1 TO UPDATE
FROM VX.yz > TO A.bc
The VM control program is in the flash memory
inside the microcontroller.
The software can be updated by using an
external EPROM or FLASH memory.The
following is the general procedure of the
operations to be carried out for the above
mentioned updates.
External EPROM or FLASH memory
The procedure is the following:
- the message on the second line indicates that
if the program is updated you will pass from
the current version (X.yz) to the update flash
version (A.bc);
- to upgrade the software press the internal key
P1 (near the corner) of the CPU card, any
other key will have no effect.
- turn off the vending machine;
- The software requires about 30 seconds to
be updated and the procedure end is signalled
by a message on the display;
- disassemble the TIMEKEEPER (if any);
- turn off the vending machine;
- insert the external memory on a strip of 16x2
(fig.43) with the section showing PIN 1 turned
upwards. Make sure the memory pins are all
fully fitted, so that it perfectly fits the strip 16x2.
UPDATE COMPLETED
- disassemble the external memory;
- assemble the TIMEKEEPER (if present).
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9 - MAINTENANCE
9.1
Cleaning and loading
Important
Some operations should be carried out regularly
in order to guarantee the correct operation of the
machine; some of these operations are essential
so as to comply with sanitary rules in force.
These operations should be executed with the
vending machine off and open; cleaning should
be done prior to product loading.
Warning
Wash components with warm water only, without
using detergents or solvents that could change
the shape and the performance of the machine.
Do not wash removable components in the dishwasher.
Fig.44
- brewing outlet - clean inside and outside (fig.45 ref. 1 and ref. 2)
”1”
”2”
During the cleaning and maintenance operations
do not stress the machine electrical parts. Do
not clean these electrical parts with wet clothes
and/or degreasing detergents. Remove powder
residues with a jet of dried compressed air or
with an antistatic cloth.
9.1.1
Daily cleaning
It is aimed at preventing the proliferation of
bacteria in the areas in contact with foodstuffs.
These operations are to be performed with
drinkable water, clean brushes and cloths.
Fig.45
- remove the unit in order to make cleaning
easier (fig.46) and then remove coffee powder
residues with a brush.
Proceed as follows:
Remove and rinse carefully:
- powder conveyors, suction chamber, water
conveyor ring, mixing chamber and fan,
brewing spouts (fig.44)
Fig.46
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- empty and clean the dump box (fig.47) or
clean the conveyor.
moisten a cloth and wipe carefully:
- all the visible parts of the brewing area (fig.49
and 50).
fig.47
fig.49
- empty and clean the coffee residue drawer
(fig.48)
fig.48
Fig.50
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- the drain channel of the coffee group (fig.51).
9.1.2
Weekly cleaning
Remove all containers and wipe with a damp
cloth all container supporting areas, the bottom
and outside of the machine and above all the
brewing area (fig. 53).
Fig.51
- silicon drain hoses (fig.52)
Fig.52
Important
Carefully blot all parts before reassembling them.
Fig.53
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9.1.3
Product loading
Load products and/or consumable stores when
necessary.
For these operations refer to the first-installation
procedure, described in section 6.8.
9.2
Maintenance
EVERY EVERY EVERY EVERY EVERY
SIX
10,000
WEEK MONTH
DAY
MONTHSSTROKES
Remove and rinse all the visible parts of the
brewing area.
#
Empty the liquid waste trays, rinse and/or
replace them.
#
Empty the dump box.
#
Remove all containers and wipe with a damp
cloth all container supporting areas, the bottom
and outside of the machine and above all the
brewing area.
Disinfect all parts in contact with foodstuffs.
Remove and rinse the COFFEE GROUP,
lubricate all moving parts with silicon grease for
food use.
Replace gaskets and filters.
#
#
#
#
Important
Carefully blot the upper and lower filter and blow
with compressed air.
During cleaning and maintenance operations do
not stress the following electrical parts: keyboard
card, cpu card, dosing coil, sugar coil.
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9.2.1
Scheduled and unscheduled
maintenance
The operations described in this section are
intended as an example as they depend on
different variables, such as: water hardness,
humidity, products used, conditions and quantity
of work
- lower filter rod (1).
- connecting rod (2)
- rails (3)
Replace gaskets and filters every 10,000
strokes.
- gaskets
Upper filter (fig. 55):
Warning
Make sure the vending machine is off before
performing any operation requiring to
disassemble some of its parts.
Have the following operations performed by
qualified personnel only. If the operations are to
be performed with the machine on, choose
trained personnel.
More complex interventions, such as removing
limescale from the boiler, require a deep
knowledge of the machine.
Disinfect all the parts in contact with foodstuffs
using chlorine-based products on a monthly
base, as described in section 4.0.
9.2.2
fig.55
- loosen the upper pin (1) with the wrench
supplied with the machine.
- manually unscrew the filter (2).
Brew group maintenance
Lower filter:
Plastic group. It is advisable to remove it and
rinse carefully with hot water on a monthly base;
every 5,000 strokes and, in any case, every
month all moving parts of the group must be
lubricated with silicon grease for food use (fig.54).
fig.54
56
- unscrew the two side screws (ref. 1, fig. 56)
and remove the upper piston stop (2).
fig.56
English
- manually rotate using the wrench supplied
with the machine until the lower filter is flush
with the cup (fig. 57).
- unscrew screw (1) and replace filter (2)
(fig.57).
- reassemble all the parts following the reverse
order.
A
B
fig.57
Important
Carefully blot the upper and lower filter and blow
with compressed air.
9.3
Adjustments
9.3.1
Dose and grinding
adjustment
fig.58
The vending machine is delivered having
standard values set by the manufacturer, in
particular:
- around 7.0 g of coffee powder
In order to make the most of the product used,
check the following:
- ground coffee quantity adjustment. Modify the
quantity used by means of the two levels of
adjustment:
1- coarse adjustment: release the adjustment
lever from the rack and place the dragging
tooth of the inner bulkhead on one of the 4
positions available, which indicate the basic
quantity area (6 g – 7 g – 8 g – 9gr) (fig.58A)
fig.59
2- fine adjustment: engage the adjusting lever
into the rack slot corresponding to the dose
you require. (fig.58B).
- coffee grinding adjustment. Turn the rack
(fig.59) until you get the grinding. After any
adjustment three selections are necessary
before the new setting becomes effective.
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9.4
Cup releasing device cleaning
and adjustment
Importante
Before removing the cup realesing device, make
sure the cup bracket is in the brewing position that is the fork that holds the cup is positioned
under the brewing nozzles. If this is not the case,
stop and then restart the machine to allow the
automatic positioning of the cup bracket.
Important
Carefully blow all the inner parts with
compressed air before assembling the ring,
making sure that the cup bracket is in the
brewing position - that is the fork that holds the
cup is positioned under the brewing nozzles. If
this is not the case, stop and then restart the
machine to allow the automatic positioning of the
cup bracket.
Reassemble the release ring making sure that
the operating knob arrow is aligned with the
reference notch on the cup dispenser housing
(fig.61)
Remove the release ring locking screw.
Remove the device by unhooking the elastic
hook of the ring (fig. 60)
Check the satellite scrolls and, if need be, rinse
the device so as to remove dirt.
fig.61
In case of disassembly of all the internal parts of
release ring assembly, refer to the specific
assembling instructions (fig.62)
fig.60
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ALIGN THE FIVE SCROLLS’
REFERENCES
ALIGN THE TWO
ARROWS
fig.62
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9.5
Resin regeneration (where
the water softener is
provided)
- remove the cover and introduce 1.5 kg salt
- refit the cover
- turn the machine on and drain the water until
it is no longer salty
Resin regeneration is to be carried out according
to the water of the system to which the dispenser
is connected.
Use the table below as a reference:
WATER HARDNESS
SELECTION NUMBER
°French
60cc
130cc
10
25000
12500
20
12500
6000
30
9500
4500
40
6500
3000
50
5000
2500
The appropriate kits available on the market can
be used to check water hardness and therefore
the times and modes for intervention.
The operation can be carried out as follows:
- power the machine off
- turn the lower tap taking care to place the
related hose into a bucket or better into a drain
system (fig.63).
fig.63
60
- power the machine off and close the tap.
This operation takes about 30/45 minutes.
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10 - INACTIVITY
If the automatic vending machine remains
inactive for a long time it is necessary to take
certain preventive measures:
- with the machine on, start the automatic
emptying process of both the hydraulic circuit
and the boiler (see PROGRAMMING AND
MAINTENANCE MENU in section 8).
- once it is over, disconnect the machine from
the power and hydraulic supply
- disassemble the closing panel on the back
of the machine.
- complete the emptying of the tank with float
by removing the hose clamp located on the
air-break device drain hose
- once the emptying is over, refit the hose
clamp (fig.64)
11 - DISMANTLING
Empty the products and water as described in
the previous section. For dismantling, it is
advisable to disassemble the machine parts
according to their composition - plastic, metal
etc. Afterwards, deliver the divided parts to the
specialised companies. If a refrigerating unit is
present, give it without disassembling it to
companies authorized for the disposal of this
particular part.
fig.64
- assemble the closing panel on the back of
the machine.
- unload all products from the containers
- wash all the components that are in contact
with foodstuff as previously described
- empty the trays from dry and liquid dumps,
then clean them accurately
- clean all vending machine internal and
external surfaces with a cloth
- protect the outside of the machine with plastic
film or a bag
- store in dry, sheltered environments at a
temperature not lower than 1°C
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12 -TROUBLESHOOTING
GUIDE FOR THE
MOST COMMON
FAILURES OR
ERRORS
DISPLAY MESSAGES
This section will show the messages displayed:
1. during normal operation;
2. in case of failure (error messages).
Messages during operation
The table below shows a list of messages
displayed during the standard operating phases.
Error code Messaggio
Cause
/
RUBINO 200
The vending machine is
waiting
WAIT FOR PRODUCT
Beverage dispensing in
progress
/
/
/
/
/
/
/
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SUGAR 1-X
SUGAR 2-XX
SUGAR 3-XXXXX
SUGAR 4-XXXXXXX
SUGAR QUANTITY to be
dispensed with the beverage.
PRESELECTION
preselection enabled
COFFEE NOT AVAILABLE
Coffee bean container is
empty
NOT AVAILABLE
Type of product not available
NO CHANGE AVAILABLE
The coin stacking tube level is
under the preset limit
Add coins into the change
giving coiner
The VM does not detect any
communication if the payment
system is selected
Check the dialogue with
the payment system
NO LINK
Carry out the supply (see
section 7)
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Out of service/Failure conditions
In particular situations, the VM can be fully or
partially out of service.
There are 3 categories (classified by severity):
A. failures due to scheduled maintenance
conditions which partially block the VM. By
these failures (out of coffee, too many dump
in the box, out of cups – in case of cup
preselection) the VM is not out of service but
its dispensing function is somehow limited ;
B. failures due to scheduled maintenance
conditions which block the VM fully. By these
failures (out of cups, no water, too many
dumps in the box, too high water level in the
residues tray) the VM product dispensing is
disabled, thus inhibiting the payment
systems;
C. out of service conditions which disable the
entire VM. The VM is brought to this condition
when it detects failures which are not solvable
with scheduled maintenance. In this
condition, the payment systems are inhibited
and no VM load can be operated.
The following table resumes all failure and/or
error conditions which may occur on the VM,
listing for any of them:
• possible cause description
• category;
• associated code (i.e. the code shown in
maintenance and registered in the error log);
• effect on the VM state;
• how to restore the VM normal operation - once
the failure/error cause has been removed
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Description
Failure/
error
category
Error Effect on the
code - if V M
any
Reset to normal operation
M a n u a l S i m p l i f i e d Self-reset
reset
reset
no water (see air-break
device control section)
no coffee
B/C
1
SI
SI*
stop VM
A
brew group did not reach
the dispensing position
A
brew group did not reach
the rest position
A
turbine impulses not read
B
2
3
4
5
stop beverages
with
coffee
beans
SI
SI
YES (the VM
makes
20
attempts, one
every
10
minutes, in case
of failure, it
displays error
01)
Reset
by
start-up
SI
NO
NO
Stop beverages
which use the
group
YES
Stop beverages
which use the
group
YES
stop VM
YES
YES*
NO
YES
YES*
NO
YES
NO
NO
NO
cup bracket
position
not
in
A/B
A/B
6
--- (8)
no cups
beverages
without cup /
stop VM
YES
beverages
without cup /
stop VM
---
stop VM
---
beverages
without cup /
stop VM
NO
NO
YES
--YES
YES
---
YES
YES
YES
YES
NO
YES
B
--- (9)
the
cup
release
mechanism did not end its
movement
A/C
10
wrong value of the
temperature sensor
C
14
stop VM
YES
NO
NO
YES
corrupted data in eprom
data
C
16
stop VM
YES
NO
NO
YES
no brew group
A
20
stop beverages
with
coffee
beans
YES
YES*
YES
YES
no dump box
B
--- (21)
YES
YES
the last three coffees
had a scarce brewing
flow
A
22
failure
23
Stop beverages
which use the
group
failure record
only
(timekeeper)
C
25
payment system decimal
point not in line with the
VM settings
C
(credit handler signal)
---
dump tray
pump error
stop VM
---
YES
YES
NO
NO
stop VM
YES
NO
NO
YES
31
stop VM
YES
NO
---
YES
32
signal only
---
---
---
---
saeco card without clock
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Description
Failure/
error
category
Error
Effect on the
code - if V M
any
Reset to normal operation
M a n u a l S i m p l i f i e d Self-reset
reset
reset
Reset
by
start-up
voluntary VM stop
C
33
stop VM
NO
NO
NO
(signal of the successful
recovery of the scarce
flow coffee)
---
34
signal only
---
---
---
(BDV error signal)
---
41
signal only
---
---
---
Operation of the watch
dog timer
---
72
signal only
---
---
---
Error in the MDB* coiner
---
80**
signal only
---
---
---
presence of a beverage
or coffee stop
A
---
YES
NO
NO
stop
relevant
beverages
YES
*
Only MDB coiners of 3rd level or higher
**
The error of the change-giving coiner is identified by two codes Z1 and Z2 on the right of the W80
mark in the error log. As regards to the error description, please refer to the MDB protocol manual.
To bring the vending machine back into full
working order, you need to remove the cause of
the failure and possibly carry out the error reset
procedure described in section 8.3.1.
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13 - VISUAL SIGNALS
(LED)
On the CPU card
LED
State
Function
DL1- TX
Flashing
DL2- RX
Flashing
DL3
Flashing
DL4
DL5
DL6
—
Permanently on
Permanently on
Data transmission from the CPU to serial payment systems
(EXEC, BDV,MDB)
Data reception from serial payment systems (EXEC,
BDV,MDB)
Program on the CPU is running – fast flashing while starting up
the VM or by any error/failure
—
Presence of the power +5V
MDB, BDV and Executive payment systems with +24V power
supply.
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CN21
CN20
CN15
CN17
CN6
CN18
CN2
CN16
CN3
CN1
CN5
CN12
CN11
CN9
CN19
CN13
CN23
CN14
CN4
CN8
CN10
CN24
U6
U17
= optional feeder kit for payment systems
= POWER card connection
= display
= keyboard
= Saeco Card module
= auxiliary buttons
= copy key
= external buzzer
= external I2C devices
= product releasing control (spirals)
= 24Vdc parallel coin validator
= EXECUTIVE slave
= EXECUTIVE/BDV/MDB slave payment systems
= parallel banknote validator
= EXECUTIVE/BDV/MDB systems power supply inlet
= MDB payment systems
= power supply from POWER card
= 24Vdc electromechanical pulse counter
= firmware programming
= mechanical coiner
= cancelling machine
= serial connection for RS232 and IRDA modules
= 32 pin base for firmware updating eprom
= timekeeper base
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On the Power card (I/O)
LED
State
Function
DL1
DL2
DL3
DL4
DL5
DL6
DL7
DL8
DL9
DL10
DL11
DL12
DL13
On
On
On
On
On
On
On
On
On
On
On
Flashing
On
Power 24 V
Cup empty microswitch (cups available)
Cup release microswitch
Cup bracket microswitch
Drain tank microswitch
Brew group presence microswitch
House group microswitch
Coffee dosing unit microswitch
Auxiliary microswitch
Auxiliary microswitch
Air-break microswitch
Turbine sensor impulses
Boiler enabled
CN8
CN9
CN10
CN11
CN2
CN1
CN3
CN7
CN4
CN6
CN5
= high voltage actuator connectors (and NEUTRALinput)
= high voltage actuator connectors (and NEUTRALinput)
= high voltage input connector (PHASE)
= dump box presence microswitch connector
= low voltage actuator connector
= transformer input connector
= CPU card supply
= temperature probe connector
= CPU card connection
= flowmeter connectors
= microswitch connectors
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14 INSTRUCTIONS
FOR END-OF-LIFE
DISPOSAL
TREATMENT
This product complies with EU Directive 2002/
96/EC.
The symbol
on the product or on its
packaging indicates that this product may not
be treated as household waste. Instead it shall
be handed over to the applicable collection point
for the recycling of electrical and electronic
equipment.
By ensuring this product is disposed of
correctly,you will help prevent potential negative
consequences for the environment and human
health, which could otherwise be caused by
inappropriate waste handling of this product. For
more detailed information about recycling of this
product, please contact your local city office, your
household waste disposal service or the shop
where you purchased the product.
Important
The diposal of the vending machine or of a part
of it must be carried out with full respect of the
environment and according to local laws in force.
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Notes:
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Notes:
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Cod. 1813-956-ED 07
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