On-Premise Pro Global Instruction Manual 0901134 Rev: B (07/14)

On-Premise Pro Global
Instruction Manual
0901134 Rev: B (07/14)
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
Pre-Installation...................................................................................................... 3
Installation ............................................................................................................ 3
Operation .............................................................................................................. 4
Keypad Diagram ................................................................................................... 5
Programming ........................................................................................................ 6
System Wiring Diagram ...................................................................................... 15
Multilinking Wiring Diagram ................................................................................ 16
System Parts Diagram ........................................................................................ 17
Conformity Documentation ................................................................................. 19
Warranty Information .......................................................................................... 20
Knight Locations ................................................................................................. 20
Equipment Ratings
This includes equipment supply, description of I/O connections, duty cycle and operating environmental conditions.
1. Pollution degree 2;
2. Installation category 2;
3. Altitude 2000 m;
4. Humidity 50% to 80%
5. Power supply 100 - 240 VAC, 2.0 A, 50/60 Hz
6. Indoor use only;
7. Temperature 5°C to 40°C;
8. Mains supply voltage fluctuations are not to exceed 10 percent of the nominal supply voltage;
Electrical Ratings
 Chemical dispensing pumps, Models OP-PRO, permanently connected, rated 100 - 240 VAC, 2.0 A, 50/60 Hz
 Replacement on I/O Board: 2Amp, 250V, 6.3x32mm, Fast-Acting
 Replacement on PCB inside SIB Module: 0.5Amp, 250V, 6.3x32mm, Fast-Acting
Approvals mark:
CAUTION: Wear protective clothing and eyewear when dispensing chemicals or
other materials. Observe safety handling instructions (MSDS) of chemical mfrs.
CAUTION: To avoid severe or fatal shock, always disconnect main power when
servicing the unit.
CAUTION: When installing any equipment, ensure that all national and local
safety, electrical, and plumbing codes are met.
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0901134 Rev: B (07/14)
PRE-INSTALLATION
Before the equipment is installed, you should survey the
installation site thoroughly. At the very least, your survey
should include the following:
 Check to make sure that all functions of the
washmachine are operating properly. Including; card
reader or timer, water solenoids, flush down valves,
water level switch, machine motor, and drain valve.
 Check the proposed location for a 100 to 240 V power
source.
 Check voltage of all supply signals that will be used
from the washmachine. Measure voltage between
supply signal and signal common with a voltmeter.
DO NOT check signal voltage between supply signal
and case (earth) ground.
 Measure the distance from chemical supply
containers to pump housing, and from pump housing
to injection point inside washmachine.
INSTALLATION
(1) Disconnect all power to washer.
(2) Mount pump cabinet in a convenient location no
higher than 8’ above, and within 10’ horizontally, of
supply containers. This is usually near the washer,
however the dispenser can be mounted as a
remote pumping system.
(3) Using the provided mounting bracket, mount the
Remote Control to the front of the washer where
operators can easily access it. Secure the bracket
to washer using provided mounting screws or DualLock fastening strips (be sure to first clean the
mounting surface as the adhesive will not stick to a
dirty surface). Connect the low voltage cable from
the remote to the pump cabinet.
(4) Connect 100 to 240 V power source to main power
connection in pump cabinet. Use suitable conduit
for electrical wiring (per applicable wiring codes). A
suitable ground conductor should be connected to
the ground terminal in accordance with local
electrical codes. The user/installer should provide
a disconnect switch or circuit breaker close to the
equipment and should be marked that it is for this
equipment.
NOTE: Low voltage cables do not require conduit.
(5) Install and wire the Signal Interface Module (SIB)
per notes to the right.
(6) For each pump, cut the suction tube to length and
insert one end into the appropriate supply container
using PVC pipe as a support. Insert other end of
suction tube into the left (input) side of the pump’s
squeeze tube.
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(7) For each pump, cut the discharge tube to length
and insert one end into the right (output) side of the
pump’s squeeze tube. Form an anti-siphon loop
(pointing ―down―) with the other end of discharge
tube and insert into the supply pocket of the
machine.
(8) The system is now ready to be powered up and
programmed.
The Signal Interface Module (SIB):
The SIB receives supply signals from the washer, then
communicates with the dispenser to run the pumps. The
low voltage cable allows a quick, clean connection from
the module to the pump system without requiring
conduit.
(1) Mount the module using the provided Dual Lock
adhesive strip. The module can be mounted inside
the washer’s controls, along side the washer’s
controls, or to the bottom of the pump cabinet.
(2) Connect the low voltage cable from the module to
the OP-Pro Global pump system.
(3) Connect the supply signals to the SIB per wire
colors on the SIB label. If using Drain Mode, only
one signal is required (pump #1).
(4) If you have one signal common (typical) connect
the common to ―COM A‖ on the SIB. If you have
two signal commons, you will need to remove a
resistor inside the SIB before connecting the
common wires! See the following details.
Splitting signal commons:
(1) Remove the four screws from the bottom of the SIB
to open the module.
(2) Locate the three resistors marked R1, R2, and R4,
on the left side of the module (each resistor has a
single black band).
(3) Cut and remove the resistor that will ―split‖ the
commons between the desired pumps. Be sure to
remove only one resistor.
CUT RESISTOR
TO USE COM A
FOR PUMPS
AND COM B
FOR PUMPS
R2
1, 2
3, 4, 5, 6
R1
1, 2, 3
4, 5, 6
R4
1, 2, 3, 4, 5
6
(4) Close the module and replace the four screws
when finished.
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OPERATION
 NORMAL MODE: The system is capable of 30 user selectable formulas with each formula having unique volumes
and delay times for each pump. Signals from the washer trigger the pumps, then the OP-Pro Global microprocessor
takes control to count down delay times and run times with up to 3 individual ―levels‖ (explained below) for each
pump. The supervisor of the facility, or the machine operator, will select the formula using ▲/▼ buttons to choose
the appropriate wash formula.
Programming "levels" allows a pump to inject different amounts of chemical for multiple signals to the same pump
during a formula. For example, pump 1 could inject 8 ounces of chemical on its first signal, then later inject 12 ounces
of chemical on its second signal. Three levels are available for any pump on any formula, except for the load count
pump. ONLY 1 LEVEL CAN BE PROGRAMMED FOR THE LOAD COUNT PUMP (and any other pump that may be
signaled simultaneously with the load count pump's signal). The level feature can also be used to ―skip over‖ an
injection. Simply do not program any volume or delay time for that level.
When a formula begins (after power is turned on or the ―Load Count‖ pump has been triggered from the previous
formula) the first signal to a pump will activate level 1. The signal has to be present for at least 5 seconds to be
recognized. The second signal to the pump during the formula will activate level 2. The third signal to the pump
during the formula will activate level 3. The load count pump signal must be received to reset levels in preparation for
the next formula.
 DRAIN MODE: This mode is similar to normal operation but requires only one signal source from the washer and
works by counting the number of drains during a wash cycle. When programming the dispenser for Drain Mode use,
each chemical pump is assigned a specific drain occurrence (―drain count‖) to inject product on. This feature only
affects how the pumps are triggered – all other functions such as pump volumes, delay times, and flush mode, will
still operate in their normal fashion.
During a wash formula, each drain signal is counted and the pumps inject chemical according to the drain number
they are assigned. Drain mode is similar to normal operation, in that the pumps are programmed with volumes (and
delay times if necessary) and the flush mode works the same way it does in normal operation.
The ―multiple level‖ feature works slightly different in drain mode, because of the way drain mode counts the number
of signals to pump #1 input. If a second injection level is required, it must be programmed to inject on a later drain
number (occurrence) than the first level for that pump.
 Using signal lockout is not recommended for drain mode operation.
 During a washcycle, when pumps are idle, the display will show the formula name on the top line of the display and
the current drain count on the bottom line. When a normal washcycle has ended, the drain count will show 00.
 Cycling power will reset the drain count if an incomplete load has been run.
 RELAY MODE: This type of operation is typically used with a microprocessor controlled washer. When set to relay
mode, the system will run its pumps as long as their respective signals are present. To accomplish this, the system
―by-passes‖ its volume and delay time capabilities for the chemical pumps; however, flush mode is still available for
optional use.
 SOIL MODE: This operation allows three different soil classifications (light, medium, heavy) and the option of
selecting bleach or softener. When a washcycle is ended, the system automatically resets itself to default settings.
For example: The medium soil classification is automatically selected. The operator can choose light or heavy based
on the next soil load. The bleach and softener pumps are also reset to their default settings (enable or disable, based
on your specific programming preference). The bleach and softener pumps can also be overridden as necessary for
the next washcycle.
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0901134 Rev: B (07/14)
KEYPAD DIAGRAM
Allows you to choose the desired formula (unless using RELAY
mode) for operation. When programming the system, allows you to
change the value of a particular character (i.e. pump number, formula
name, etc). A blinking ―cursor‖ indicates which character will be
changed by these buttons. Press repeatedly to advance through all
available letters and numbers. The ▲ button also acts as a YES
response for menus that have YES / NO prompts.
Allows you to move (SCROLL) the cursor position within certain
menu selections to choose items you wish to change. Also used to
exit certain menu options or to exit the programming mode to return
to normal operation.
Allows you to access the system from the main (default) display.
Takes you into the menus for programming. Logs data into memory
when programming. Also acts as a NO response for menus that have
YES / NO prompts.
Allows you to choose the soil classification when using soil mode.
The medium classification is always the default selection prior to
starting a wash load. The operators can then select light or heavy as
needed for the next soil classification.
Allows you to enable or disable the bleach pump when using soil
mode. You can choose if the bleach pump is enabled or disabled by
default. Pressing this button will override the default setting.
Allows you to enable or disable the softener pump when using soil
mode. You can choose if the softener pump is enabled or disabled by
default. Pressing this button will override the default setting.
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PROGRAMMING
All systems are shipped from the factory with the access code set at 000. Changing the access code is explained
later in this manual. To get started, hold the ENTER button until you see the following display (this should only
take a few seconds).
ACCESS CODE 000
V1.0
LANGUAGE
= ENGLISH
CLEAR LOAD COUNT
UP=YES ENTER=NO
ARE YOU SURE?
UP=YES ENTER=NO
PRIME PUMPS ?
UP=YES ENTER=NO
PRIME PUMP 1
ENT = START/STOP
LOAD DEFAULTS ?
UP=YES ENTER=NO
ARE YOU SURE?
UP=YES ENTER=NO
Use the SCROLL and ▲/▼ buttons (not necessary if code has
not yet been changed from factory default of 000) to input the
access code, then press ENTER.
Use the SCROLL and ▲/▼ buttons to select the desired
language (for the programming menus and running displays) then
press ENTER.
This selection allows you to clear the load count memory. Press
▲ if you wish to clear all load count information, or press ENTER
to continue without clearing.
If you pressed YES, this prompt will appear to double
check that you are sure you want to clear load counts.
This selection allows you to prime the chemical pumps. Press ▲ if
you wish to prime the pumps, or press ENTER to continue without
priming. Use pump #9 if you wish to prime the flush manifold
This selection allows you to prime pumps. Use ▲/▼ to
choose the pump number, then press ENTER to start
pump. Press ENTER again to stop pump. When finished
priming the pump, you will return to the previous menu.
This selection allows you to clear pump volumes, flow rates and
formula names in the dispenser and will reset the system to the
factory default setting. Press ▲ if you wish to clear the memory
and load defaults, or press ENTER to continue without loading.
If you pressed YES, this prompt will appear to double
check that you are sure you want to load defaults.
NOTE: After loading defaults, the display window will
show the system name briefly, then revert back to the
run mode display—this is normal. You can then go back
into programming mode using 000 as the access code.
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CLEAR RPT DATA
UP=YES ENTER=NO
ARE YOU SURE?
UP=YES ENTER=NO
This selection allows you to clear report data. Press ▲ if you wish
to clear all existing report data, or press ENTER to continue
without clearing.
If you pressed YES, this prompt will appear to double
check that you are sure you want to clear report data.
NOTE: It will take a few minutes for this function to clear
all report data—this is normal, so be sure to allow the
unit enough time to complete the task.
RECEIVE SETUP
UP=YES ENTER=NO
This menu allows you to copy all dispenser settings from another
OP-Pro Global handset. The handsets must be connected
together with a USB (A-A) cable. Shut off the power to both
dispensers before connecting the cable. Once the cable is firmly
connected to the ports on both handsets, power may then be
reapplied.
Press ▲ if you wish to receive setup information from another
handset, or press ENTER to continue without receiving the setup.
NOTE: You can receive setup information with only one of the
dispensers powered up (e.g. when carrying a spare handset). Be
sure to shut off the dispenser before connecting the handsets.
WARNING: The USB-type port is for linking OP-Pro Global
handsets only! Do not connect any USB device, or a
computer, to the port. Connecting to a computer may damage
the computer or the handset.
ARE YOU SURE?
UP=YES ENTER=NO
DISPENSER
ID # = 00
If you pressed YES, this prompt will appear to double
check that you are sure you want to receive setup.
This selection allows the dispenser id number to be changed. Use
the SCROLL and ▲/▼ buttons to establish the new id number,
then press ENTER to log the data into memory. When finished,
press ENTER to continue.
NOTE: Set your dispenser ID’s so that they correspond with the
washer numbers. Pressing NO allows you to move through the
menu selection. In a ―multilink‖ where several dispensers at the
same installation site are connected together, be sure that each
dispenser has its own unique ID number. IF MORE THAN ONE
SYSTEM HAS THE SAME ID NUMBER, COMMUNICATION
ERRORS WILL RESULT.
MAIN
ACCESS CODE=000
This selection allows the ―main‖ access code to be changed. The
main access code allows entry into the programming menus as
well as report functions. Use the SCROLL and ▲/▼ buttons to set
a new code number, then press ENTER to continue.
NOTE: If the access code is changed, keep a record of the new
code in a safe place. If the new code is forgotten, contact Knight.
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USER
ACCESS CODE=000
This selection allows the user access code to be changed. Use
the SCROLL and ▲/▼ buttons to establish the new code number,
then press ENTER to log the data into memory. When finished,
press ENTER to continue.
NOTE: The user access code allows access to a limited number
of menu selections.
UNIT OF MEASURE
= US
SIGNAL LOCKOUT
= 00 MINUTES
This selection allows you to choose between US or Metric units of
measure. Use the SCROLL and ▲/▼ buttons to establish the unit
of measure, then press ENTER to log the data into memory.
When finished, press ENTER to continue.
This selection sets the time (in minutes) that signal lockout will
disregard incoming supply signals. The setting applies to all
pumps except the load count pump. Use the SCROLL and ▲/▼
buttons to choose a lockout time between 0 and 99 minutes, then
press ENTER. When finished, press ENTER to continue.
NOTE: The signal lockout feature is by-passed when the system
is operating in relay mode, as the pumps are directly controlled by
the signals from the washer’s controller.
DELAY UNITS
= SECONDS
PMP 7 & 8
= DISABLE
OPERATING MODE
= NORMAL
DRAIN SIGNAL
= NORMAL
This selection allows you to choose seconds or minutes as the
delay time unit of measure. Use the ▲/▼ buttons to choose the
desired setting, then press ENTER to continue.
Check the dispenser circuit board to determine if there are output
connections for pumps 7 and 8. If there is, choose ENABLE using
the ▲/▼ buttons. If the circuit board does not have connections
for pumps 7 and 8, make sure this menu selection is set to
DISABLE. When finished, press ENTER to continue
This selection allows you to choose between the following modes
of operation: Normal, Drain, Relay, or Soil. Use the ▲/▼ buttons
to select the desired operating mode, then press ENTER.
NOTE: You will only see this display if Drain Mode was
selected in the previous step.
This selection allows you to select if the drain signal is to
be NORMAL or INVERTED. Use the ▲/▼ buttons to
make your selection, then press ENTER to continue.
PUMP LEVELS
= ENABLED
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This selection allows you to choose if you wish to use multiple
pump level programming. Pump levels allow the pumps to
dispense up to 3 individual dosage amounts within the same
formula. Use the ▲/▼ buttons to choose either enable or disable,
then press ENTER.
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SYSTEM LOCKOUT
= 00 MINUTES
LOAD COUNT PUMP
=6
This selection sets the time (in minutes) that the system will be
―locked-out‖ to all incoming supply signals. The lock-out time is
started by a signal to the load count pump. Use the SCROLL and
▲/▼ buttons to choose a lockout time between 0 and 99 minutes,
then press ENTER. When finished, press ENTER to continue.
This selection shows which pump is being used to count loads.
Always enter the last pump in the system that will receive a signal.
Use the ▲/▼ buttons to choose the number, then press ENTER.
When finished, press ENTER to continue.
IMPORTANT: The load count pump must receive a signal on every washcycle for the system to operate correctly
(even if the load count pump will not actually dispense chemical for the formula selected).
When the load count pump receives a signal, the load counter is incremented as well as resetting bleach defeat,
formula levels, and signal lockout in preparation for the next washcycle.
This setting is critical when using Drain Mode to maintain proper injection sequence. Normally you will set the
load count pump to correspond with the last drain signal that will be received during the formula, however there
may be additional drain signals that occur after the last pump has injected. In this situation, a fictitious pump can
be assigned to act as a load count pump.
FLUSH MODE
= WITH
FLUSH TIME
= 00 SECONDS
SIGNAL TIME
= __SECONDS
This selection allows you to select how you want the flush mode
to operate (if a flush time will be set). Use the ▲/▼ buttons to
choose if the flush will happen with any pump, or after any pump.
Make a selection, then press ENTER.
This selection allows you to set the flush time for all formulas, or if
using RELAY MODE. To set the flush time (in seconds) use the
SCROLL and ▲/▼ buttons to establish the desired time, then
press ENTER. This is the amount of time that the flush will stay
active when a pump finishes injecting.
This selection allows you to determine the appropriate length of a
valid supply signal from the washer. Supply signals must be of a
duration that matches the minimum setting to activate any pump
in the system, or start a pump delay. The range is from 1 to 10
seconds.
To set the signal (qualify) time use the SCROLL and ▲/▼ buttons
to establish the desired time, then press ENTER.
WASHER WEIGHT
= 000 LBS
SHIFTS
2=11:00
1=06:00
3=17:00
This selection allows you to enter the load capacity for the wash
wheel that the dispenser is presently connected to. Use the
SCROLL and ▲/▼ buttons to establish the new washer weight,
then press ENTER to log the data into memory. When finished,
press ENTER to continue.
This selection allows you to enter the shift times. Shift times are
entered on a 24 hour clock cycle (like military time).
Use the SCROLL and ▲/▼ buttons to establish the new shift
times, then press ENTER to log the data into memory. When
finished, press ENTER to continue.
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BLEACH DEFAULT
= ENABLED
NOTE: You will only see this display if using Soil Mode.
This selection shows the default status of the bleach pump. If set
to ―enabled‖, the bleach pump will pump chemical unless
manually overridden with the button on the keypad. If ―disabled‖,
the bleach pump will not pump chemical unless manually
overridden.
Use the ▲/▼ buttons to choose the desired default setting, then
press ENTER to continue.
BLEACH PUMP
=0
NOTE: You will only see this display if using Soil Mode.
This selection shows which pump number you will be
using as your bleach pump. Use the ▲/▼ buttons to set
the bleach pump number, then press ENTER.
SOFTENER DEFAULT
= ENABLED
NOTE: You will only see this display if using Soil Mode.
This selection shows the default status of the softener
pump. If set to ―enabled‖, the softener pump will pump
chemical unless manually overridden with the button on
the keypad. If ―disabled‖, the softener pump will not
pump chemical unless manually overridden.
Use the ▲/▼ buttons to choose the desired default
setting, then press ENTER to continue.
SOFTENER PUMP
=0
NOTE: You will only see this display if using Soil Mode.
This selection shows which pump number you will be
using as your softener pump. Use the ▲/▼ buttons to
set the softener pump number, then press ENTER.
SIGNAL MODE
= ONE TO ONE
This selection allows you to choose which pump signal mode you
wish to use. Use the ▲/▼ buttons to choose the desired pump
signal mode, then press ENTER to continue.
ONE-TO-ONE: Each pump has its own independent signal.
ASSIGNED STEP: Each signal input on the SIB becomes a signal
number (for programming) and can be assigned to multiple pumps
in each formula. Pump inputs 2 and 5 (main wash signals)
become level 3 for any pumps that are assigned to it.
ASSIGNED SIG: Each signal input on the SIB becomes a signal
number (for programming) and can be assigned to multiple pumps
in each formula. Each time an assigned signal is received, the
pump will sequence through normal volume levels.
AFS PUMP
=6
NOTE: This menu setting and the following AFS menu settings
will not appear if using Relay Mode or Soil Mode.
This selection sets which pump signal input will be used for the
auto formula select feature. Choose an ―unused‖ pump input (i.e.
one that is not used to trigger a chemical injection). Use the ▲/▼
buttons to select the appropriate AFS pump, then press ENTER.
IMPORTANT: Chart mode can only use pump 6, 7, or 8 as the
AFS pump activation signal.
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AFS MODE
= MICRO
This selection allows you to choose which AFS mode will be used
to select formulas. See the notes below for details on how the
modes work. Use the ▲/▼ buttons to select the appropriate AFS
mode, then press ENTER.
MICRO: For use with microprocessor controlled washers that can send a signal of exact duration to the unit. The
controller interprets the duration of the signal as the formula number requested, based on the AFS TIME setting
explained in the next menu selection.
CHART: For use with card-reader type machines. Uses a combination of signals to pick the formula in a ―binary‖
numbering format. The auto formula select signal must be applied for a minimum of 30 seconds.
AFS TIME
= 1 SECOND
This selection is used with AFS micro mode to establish a time
―increment‖ for selecting formulas. The signal duration will be
divided by the number selected to choose the formula. The
available signal time increments (in seconds) are 1—5.
Example: If AFS signal time is set for 2, a 20 second signal from
the washer would choose formula 10 on the dispenser.
Use the ▲/▼ buttons to select the appropriate AFS time, then
press ENTER.
AUTO FORM RESET
= DISABLED
SET TIME / DATE ?
UP=YES ENTER=NO
MO XX DAY XX YR XX
HR XX MIN XX SEC XX
PROG FORM ENABLE
UP=YES ENTER=NO
FORMULA DISABLE
FORMULA 01 = ENA
This selection allows you to choose if you wish to use auto
formula reset. This feature resets the formula number to 00 after
the load count pump activates. In cases where automatic formula
select is OFF (formulas selected manually), this feature ensures
that an operator cannot wash a load with the wrong formula.
When a washcycle is finished, the next formula must be manually
chosen. Use the ▲/▼ buttons to choose either enable or disable,
then press ENTER.
This selection allows you to choose if you wish to set the system
time and date. Press ▲ if you wish to set time and date, or press
ENTER to continue without changing.
Use the SCROLL and ▲/▼ buttons to set the date and
time, then press ENTER.
This selection allows you to choose which formulas will be
selectable to operators. Press ▲ if you wish to change formula
disable status, or press ENTER to continue without changing.
Use the ▲/▼ buttons to select the formula number, then
press SCROLL (to move the cursor to the right). Use the
▲/▼ buttons again to select enable or disable status ,
then press ENTER. Repeat for each formula necessary.
NOTE: When finished setting formula enable/disable
status, hold down the SCROLL button until you see the
previous display (this will only take a few seconds).
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PROG FORM NAMES?
UP=YES ENTER=NO
NAME FORMULA 01
FORMULA 01
This selection allows you to change the formula names. Press ▲
if you wish to change formula names, or press ENTER to continue
without changing.
Use the ▲/▼ buttons to select the formula number, then
press SCROLL (to move the cursor to the bottom). Use
the ▲/▼ and SCROLL buttons again to change the
individual characters of the formula name, then press
ENTER. Repeat for each formula necessary.
NOTE: When finished setting formula names, hold down
the SCROLL button until you see the previous display
(this will only take a few seconds).
PROG PUMP INFO?
UP=YES ENTER=NO
PUMP 1
PUMP –01 $00.00G
This selection allows you to change the chemical pump names
and cost. Press ▲ if you wish to change pump information, or
press ENTER to continue without changing.
Use the ▲/▼ buttons to select the pump number, then
press SCROLL (to move the cursor to the bottom). Use
the ▲/▼ and SCROLL buttons again to change the
pump name, then press ENTER. Another option is to
hold down the ▲ button for a few seconds to browse
through pre-programmed pump names (shown in the
appendix). Repeat for each pump necessary.
NOTE: When finished setting pump information, hold
down the SCROLL button until you see the previous
display (this will only take a few seconds).
CALIBRATE PUMPS?
UP=YES ENTER=NO
MANUAL CALIBRATE
UP=YES ENTER=NO
P1 FLOW RATE
010.0 OZS/MIN
This selection allows you to set the pump calibrations (flow rates).
Press ▲ if you wish to calibrate or change pump flow rates, or
press ENTER to continue without changing.
Press ▲ if you wish to manually view, or change, pump
flow rates, or press ENTER to auto-calibrate.
Use the ▲/▼ buttons to select the pump number and
view the existing flow rate. Press SCROLL (to move the
cursor to the bottom) then use the ▲/▼ and SCROLL
buttons again to change the number of ounces per
minute of the pump and press ENTER.
NOTE: When finished setting pump flow rates, hold down
the SCROLL button until you see the calibration display
(this will only take a few seconds).
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CALIBRATE PUMP 1
ENTER START/STOP
Auto-Calibrate Function
Use the ▲/▼ buttons to select the pump number and
press ENTER to start the pump. Measure out the volume
dispensed into a beaker or measuring cup. Press
ENTER again and you will see the following display.
NOTE: To exit, you must hold down the SCROLL button
to return to the previous display.
VOLUME PUMPED
000.0 OZS ENTER
FLOW RATE
P1=010.0 OZS/MIN
PROG FORMULAS ?
UP=YES ENTER=NO
FORM01 L1 PUMP1
000 .0 OZS DT=000
Use ▲/▼ and SCROLL to input the number of ounces
you measured in the previous step and press ENTER.
The resulting flow rate will then be displayed for the
pump that you just auto-calibrated. Press ENTER to
continue with calibrating other pumps.
This selection allows you to change the formula settings (dosage
amounts, delay times, levels, etc). Press ▲ if you wish to change
formula settings, or press ENTER to continue without changing.
Use SCROLL and ▲/▼ to choose the desired formula/
level/pump on the top line, then press SCROLL to move
the cursor to the bottom line. Use SCROLL and ▲/▼ to
set the pump volume and delay time (if required) and
press ENTER. Repeat these steps for all pumps and
formulas that will be used.
When finished programming the formulas, hold down the
SCROLL button until you see the previous display (this
will only take a few seconds).
NOTE: If using Soil Mode programming, the soil
classifications are programmed as formula numbers. See
the following soil / formula matchups:
◘ Heavy Soil = Formula 1
◘ Medium Soil = Formula 2
◘ Light Soil
= Formula 3
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PROG DRAIN COUNT
UP=YES ENTER=NO
NOTE: You will only see this display if using drain mode.
This selection allows you to change the drain counts. Press ▲ if
you wish to change drain counts, or press ENTER to continue
without changing.
FORM01 L1 PUMP1
DRAIN COUNT = 00
This selection allows you to enter the drain assignment
for each pump and formula. Use the SCROLL and ▲/▼
buttons to choose formula, level, and pump number on
the top line, then press SCROLL to move the cursor to
the bottom line. Set the appropriate drain count and
press ENTER again. Repeat these steps for each pump
on in each formula that will be used.
When finished setting drain counts, hold down the
SCROLL button until you see the previous display (this
will only take a few seconds).
NOTE: Be sure to assign the load count pump to the final
drain count to properly end the washcycle. If there are
additional drain signals after the load count pump, you
can work around this by assigning a pump that is not
used to the final drain (e.g. use pump 7 or pump 8).
PROG PMP SIGNALS
UP=YES ENTER=NO
NOTE: You will only see this display if using assigned signals.
This selection allows you to change the assigned signals. Press
▲ if you wish to change assigned signals, or press ENTER to
continue without changing.
SIGNAL 1 = L1
PUMPS 0 0 0
...if using Assigned Step mode
Use the ▲/▼ buttons to choose the signal number, then
press SCROLL to move the cursor to the bottom line.
Use SCROLL and ▲/▼ to choose which pumps will be
activated by this signal, then press ENTER.
When finished assigning signals, hold down the SCROLL
button until you see the previous display (this will only
take a few seconds).
SIGNAL 1 =
PUMPS 0 0 0
...if using Assigned Signal mode
Use the ▲/▼ buttons to choose the signal number, then
press SCROLL to move the cursor to the bottom line.
Use SCROLL and ▲/▼ to choose which pumps will be
activated by this signal, then press ENTER.
When finished assigning signals, hold down the SCROLL
button until you see the previous display (this will only
take a few seconds).
UPDATE SOFTWARE ?
UP=YES ENTER=NO
NOTE: A future release upgrade kit and instruction sheet is
required to use this function. Press ENTER to continue.
To exit the programming mode, hold down on the SCROLL button until the normal operating screen appears (this
will only take a few seconds).
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WIRING DIAGRAM
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CIRCUIT BOARD ID # 2
CIRCUIT BOARD ID # 3
 0404783 Win Reporter CD-Rom Software 3.9 (or higher)
 0300976 Network cable, KCI-6000 to OP
Multilinking requires the following items:
NOTE: THIS PROCEDURE SHOULD BE DONE ONLY AFTER UNITS ARE PROGRAMMED INDIVIDUALLY WITH THREE SEPARATE ID NUMBERS
AND MAKE CERTAIN THAT POWER IS OFF ON ALL THREE DISPENSERS WHEN MULTILINKING!
CIRCUIT BOARD ID # 1
MULTILINKING THREE DISPENSERS
MULTILINKING WIRING DIAGRAM
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SYSTEM PARTS DIAGRAM
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SYSTEM PARTS DIAGRAM
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DISCLAIMER
Knight LLC does not accept responsibility for the mishandling, misuse, or non-performance of the described items
when used for purposes other than those specified in the instructions. For hazardous materials information consult
label, MSDS, or Knight LLC. Knight products are not for use in potentially explosive environments. Any use of our
equipment in such an environment is at the risk of the user, Knight does not accept any liability in such
circumstances.
WARRANTY
All Knight controls and pump systems are warranted against defects in material and workmanship for a period of
ONE year. All electronic control boards have a TWO year warranty. Warranty applies only to the replacement or
repair of such parts when returned to factory with a Knight Return Authorization (KRA) number, freight prepaid, and
found to be defective upon factory authorized inspection. Bearings and pump seals or rubber and synthetic rubber
parts such as ―O‖ rings, diaphragms, squeeze tubing, and gaskets are considered expendable and are not covered
under warranty. Warranty does not cover liability resulting from performance of this equipment nor the labor to
replace this equipment. Product abuse or misuse voids warranty.
FOOTNOTE
The information and specifications included in this publication were in effect at the time of approval for printing. Knight
LLC reserves the right, however, to discontinue or change specifications or design at any time without notice and
without incurring any obligation whatsoever.
KNIGHT LLC,
Knight Headquarters
Tel: 949.595.4800
Fax: 949.595.4801
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