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Cafitesse 300
Next Generation
Operator manual
36416008 2011 - 01
Copyright 2011 © Sara Lee International Foodservice, Netherlands
The English version is the original version of the operator manual. Other languages are translations of the original operator manual.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
1. Introduction..................................4
About the dispenser.......................4
About this operator manual............4
2. Safety instructions.......................5
General...........................................5
Installation......................................6
Transport, storage and operation...7
Servicing the dispenser..................7
Food safety instructions (HACCP)8
3. Components of the dispenser... 11
Front of the dispenser.................. 11
Rear of the dispenser................... 11
Icons on the display......................12
4. Operating the dispenser............13
Place cups and pots correctly......13
Drink delivery................................13
Portioned or continuous drink
delivery.........................................14
Drink delivery with preselections..15
Inserting and removing product
packs............................................17
Switching on the dispenser..........19
Switching off the dispenser..........19
Locking/unlocking the dispenser..20
6. Programming the dispenser......25
Starting the operator mode...........25
Counter readings..........................27
Changing cup volumes.................29
Changing drink strength...............30
Setting date and time...................31
Setting the cleaning days.............32
ECO settings................................33
Setting telephone numbers..........36
7. Display messages and trouble
shooting......................................38
8. Technical specification..............41
9. Options........................................43
Software options...........................43
Hardware accessories..................43
10.Index............................................45
Cleaning procedure....................46
5. Cleaning the dispenser..............21
Cleaning procedures....................21
Clean & Flush...............................21
Flush.............................................23
Manual daily cleaning...................24
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1 INTRODUCTION
About the dispenser
The Cafitesse 300 is a dispenser for
the delivery of coffee, tea and only hot
water in commercial sectors.
The dispenser functions using special
disposable product packs. These
patented „Bag-in-Box“ (BIB) product
packs contain high quality liquid drink
concentrate for drink production. The
dispenser can hold two product packs.
The drinks can be dispensed into cups
and pots of various sizes.
Optionally you can request your
Cafitesse system supplier to equip
your dispenser
• with a payment system for drink
vending (see „Options“)
• with a height extension foot for the
delivery into larger pots and airpots
(see „Options“)
• with a one line cold water valve
for the delivery of cold water (see
„Options“)
• with a three line cold water valve for
the delivery of cold drinks and cold
water (see „Options“)
• with a door lock to prevent
unauthorized access to the
dispenser.
• with a drainage foot to connect the
drip tray directly to the sewer or a
drain tank (see „Options“)
• with a high flow option for a high
speed drink delivery (see „Options“)
• with a low flow option for a low
speed drink delivery (see „Options“)
• with a USB release key for a
temporary drink delivery, when the
dispenser is in blocked mode.
Please note, that all products and
the options listed above may not be
available in each country.
About this operator manual
This operator manual describes the
main applications and functions of
the dispenser. Before starting to
use the dispenser, please read this
operator manual to ensure that you
have understood the operation of the
machine and the safety instructions.
You will find the following symbols
throughout this operator manual,
please pay attention to them:
Note:
Additional information which may
be helpful during the dispenser
operation.
Caution:
Information to which you should
pay careful attention in order to
ensure food safety, to prevent
personal injury or damage to the
dispenser.
Warning:
Dangers that can result in
severe personal injury, death
and/or severe damage to the
dispenser.
Danger:
DANGERS THAT WILL RESULT
IN SEVERE PERSONAL
INJURY OR DEATH.
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2 SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
General
Please read the instructions in this
operator manual carefully before using,
cleaning or moving the dispenser.
Ensure that you and all other persons
who operate, clean or move the
dispenser are familiar with, and act
according to the safety and hygiene
aspects of the dispenser.
You may only use the dispenser
according to the instructions in this
operator manual for the delivery of
drinks. The manufacturer is not liable
for any damage or injury resulting from
improper use of the dispenser or from
non-compliance with the procedures
described in this operator manual.
• The installation, servicing, repair
and programming of the machine
may only be carried out by an
authorised and appropriately trained
service technician assigned by your
Cafitesse system supplier.
• Only use original spare parts for the
operation of the dispenser.
• The operation, filling and cleaning of
the dispenser may only be carried
out by authorised and trained
personnel.
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• The dispenser is not suitable for
outdoor use.
• The dispenser must be installed
where it can be supervised by
trained personnel.
Warning:
The liquids delivered by the
dispenser are hot!.
Avoid scalding! .
Keep hands and other body
parts away from the dispenser
while drinks are being
dispensed and during the
rinsing program.
Warning:
Do not place cups, pots, or
containers filled with hot
liquids on top of the dispenser..
There is the risk of being
scalded, in case the cups/pots/
containers fall down.
Warning:
Keep sufficient space around
the dispenser to get away
easily in case of hot liquid
splashes.
Warning:
This dispenser is not intended
for use by persons (including
children) with limited physical,
sensory and mental faculties,
or persons with insufficient
experience and/or knowledge
of the dispenser..
This does not apply if they
are supervised by a person
responsible for their safety
or have received instructions
on how to use the dispenser.
Children should be supervised
to ensure that they do not play
with the dispenser.
Warning:
Place the dispenser on a table
or counter with a minimum
height of 60 cm/24 in to avoid
that young children can press
a drink button.
Caution:
Check and empty the drip tray of
the dispenser regularly to avoid
the risk of being scalded and to
avoid a wet floor (slip danger)
when (hot) liquids spill out of the
drip tray.
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Installation
The installation and programming of
the dispenser may only be carried out
by authorised and appropriately trained
service technicians assigned by your
Cafitesse system supplier.
The dispenser is designed for
installation indoors on a stable surface
such as a table or counter.
• When setting up the dispenser,
ensure there is a clearance of
approximately 5 cm / 2 in between
the dispenser and the wall.
• Protect the dispenser against frost,
rain and direct sunlight.
• Protect the dispenser against
running water, splashes, spray or
steam, heat and heavy dust.
Warning:
The dispenser may not be
cleaned using a water jet and
is not suitable for installation
on a surface where a water
jet may be used in the vicinity
(e.g. for cleaning purposes).
• Ensure that there is sufficient space
around the dispenser for ventilation.
• Keep the front and rear of the
dispenser accessible for cleaning
and servicing.
• Connect the dispenser to the
drinking water supply in compliance
with local regulations.
Caution:
Only hose sets as per EN 61770
may be used to connect the
water supply.
Caution:
If you intend to use the dispenser
to deliver cold drinks, please
check the drinking water quality
according to local regulations
beforehand to ensure that you
obtain cold drinks that pose no
health risks.
• Connect the dispenser according
to local regulations to a secured
electric circuit.
If you connect the dispenser to a plug
in the wall, then:
• Use a grounded safety socket in
compliance with local regulations.
• Ensure that the electric circuit is
protected by a residual current
device.
• Ensure that the plug remains
accessible after installation.
Warning:
Never touch the power source
or plug if your hands, the
power cord or socket are wet.
If you connect the dispenser to a
permanently wired power source
(without mains plug), then ensure that
the electric circuit is equipped with a
circuit breaker with a contact gap of
minimum 3 mm / 0.12 in that controls
all poles.
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Transport, storage and
operation
Always store and transport the
dispenser in the original packaging.
Before storing or transporting the
dispenser:
• Place the product packs in the
refrigerator.
• Clean the dispenser.
• Contact your Cafitesse system
supplier so that an authorised and
trained service technician can drain
the water from the boiler and protect
the dispenser against frost damage.
Servicing the dispenser
The servicing, repair and programming
of the dispenser may only be carried
out by authorised and appropriately
trained service technicians assigned
by your Cafitesse system supplier.
Warning:
If the mains cable of the
dispenser is damaged, switch
the dispenser off and contact
your Cafitesse system supplier
to have the mains cable
replaced.
Warning:
The dispenser may not
be subject to frost during
operation, storage or transport.
If you suspect there is frost damage
following storage or transport, contact
your Cafitesse system supplier to have
the dispenser checked and a function
test implemented.
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Food safety instructions
(HACCP)
As the operator of the dispenser,
you are responsible for its safe and
hygienic operation. Please comply
therefore with the following instructions
in order to meet the food safety
standards.
Storage of product packs
• Store the product packs according
to the description on the packaging.
(Fig. 1)
• Please note the „Best before“ date
printed on the packaging. (Fig. 2)
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Fig. 3
• Always use the product packs
according to the „first in -first out“
principle (product packs stored first
must be used first).
Handling the product packs
1. Wash your hands before touching a
product pack. (Fig. 3)
2. Shake the product pack at least
10 times before inserting it in the
dispenser. (Fig. 2)
3. Read the instructions on the rear of
the pack.
4. Check the product pack for any
damage. Never use a damaged
product pack.
5. Check the „Best before“ date on
the label of the product pack. Do
not use a product pack if the „Best
before“ date has expired.
• Do not use a product pack if the
„Best before“ date has expired.
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Fig. 4
Fig. 5
6. Follow the instructions on the
product pack. Write at least the
expiry date on the product pack.
(Fig. 4)
Caution:
Do not touch the tip of the doser
with your hands or the cleaning
cloth. If the doser needs cleaning,
rinse with clear water only (fig. 5).
Note:
When the product pack is open,
ensure that no liquid spills out
onto clothing, the floor or other
equipment.
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If you do not use the dispenser for a
longer period (e.g. during a company
holiday), follow the instructions in
the chapter „Switching the dispenser
on/off“.
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Cleaning the dispenser
Clean the dispenser regularly
1. Clean the surface around the
dispenser.
2. Wash your hands before touching
the dispenser or a product pack.
3. Clean the dispenser according
to the instructions in the operator
manual (see chapter „Cleaning the
dispenser“).
4. During cleaning, check the „Best
before“ and „Expiry“ dates on the
product pack in the dispenser. If
the „Best before“ or „Expiry“ date is
expired, replace the product pack.
5. Schedule cleaning activities and
record them.
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Danger:
DO NOT SPRAY OR SPLASH
THE DISPENSER WITH WATER.
DO NOT USE A WATER JET
FOR CLEANING..
NEVER IMMERSE THE
DISPENSER IN WATER.
Danger:
NEVER TILT THE DISPENSER
TO CLEAN BEHIND OR BELOW
IT. .
AVOID SCALDING! .
THE BOILER CONTAINS VERY
HOT WATER THAT CAN SPILL
OUT IF YOU TILT OR MOVE
THE DISPENSER.
Training
Train new staff regarding food safety
instructions (HACCP).
• Inform new staff about schedules
and cleaning procedures.
• Ensure that new staff reads the
operator manual before operating
the dispenser. Keep the operator
manual close to the dispenser.
If there are any other questions, please
contact your Cafitesse system supplier.
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3 COMPONENTS OF THE DISPENSER
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2
3
4
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12
15
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Fig. 6
Fig. 7
Fig. 8
Front of the dispenser:
1 - Dispenser door
2 - Display
3 - STOP-button
4 - Drink buttons
5 - Preselection buttons
6 - Door lock with key (option)
7 - Port for USB key
8 - Door release button
9 - LOCK/Clear-Error switch
10- Cooling compartment
11- Cup tray
12- Drip grid
13- Drip tray
Rear of the dispenser:
14- Condensate grid
15- Water supply hose
16- Power cord
17- Water supply hose for cold drinks/
cold water (option)
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c.
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b.
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Fig. 9
Icons on the display:
a. OPERATOR MODE
the USB operator stick is inserted
and the operator mode is active
b. SERVICE MODE
the service mode is active
c. CAUTION HOT LIQUIDS
the dispenser delivers hot water or
hot drinks or
the dispenser is flushed
d. FILTER
replace the water filter
e. PRODUCT PACK left or/and right
insert a full product pack left or/and
right
f. ICED-preselection (option)
dispense a drink as cold drink
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g. LOCK
the dispenser is locked an cannot
dispense drinks
h. TEMPERATURE
water temperature in the boiler is
too low and the dispenser is heating
up
i. DELIVERY BLOCKED
the dispenser cannot deliver the
selected drink
k. VOLUME-preselection
select a small, medium, or large
drink
l. ECO
the energy saving mode is active
m. STRENGTH-preselection
select a mild, normal or strong drink
n. CLEANING
the dispenser needs to be cleaned
o. WEEKDAYS
p. MESSAGE-line
messages are displayed to guide
you through the programming steps,
or in case of errors
q. INFO-field
display of cooling compartment
temperature, time, etc.
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Fig. 10
Fig. 11
Fig. 12
The dispenser has three product
outlets:
A special dispenser foot may be
required for larger pots.
• Left: for coffee or tea
• Center: for hot water
• Right: for coffee or tea
Drink delivery
To deliver a drink:
1. Place your cup on the cup tray.
(Fig. 10)
2. Press the drink button of your
choice. The drink will be delivered
via the corresponding outlet.
3. Press the STOP button if you want
to interrupt or cancel the drink
delivery.
Place cups and pots correctly
Caution:
Place your cup or pot under the
outlet below the drink button of
your selection.
• Place your cup on the cup tray.
(Fig. 10)
• Tilt the cup tray upwards to provide
enough room for a pot. (Fig. 11)
• Place the pot on the drip tray.
(Fig. 12)
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Warning:
The liquids dispensed by the
dispenser are hot! .
Avoid scalding! .
Keep hands and other body
parts away from the dispenser
while drinks are being
delivered..
Never leave children
unsupervised near the
dispenser.
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Fig. 13
Fig. 14
Portioned or continuous drink
delivery
During installation, the service
technician programs the dispenser
to operate with one of the following
delivery options.
• Portioned delivery:
The drink button only needs to be
pressed once. (Fig. 13)
The dispenser stops automatically
after one portion is delivered. (The
respective portion volumes can
be programmed by the service
technician).
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Caution:
Press the STOP button if the
cup or pot is too small for the
delivered drink volume and when
there is the risk of scalding by
spilling of hot liquids.
• Continuous delivery:
The drink button must be kept
pressed until the cup or pot is full.
(Fig. 14)
The dispenser stops when
you release the drink button.
Note:
We recommend portioned
delivery with fixed cup sizes
in selfservice areas where
customers may not be familiar
with the operation of the
dispenser.
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ICED
VOLUME
STRENGTH
Fig. 15
Drink delivery with preselections
Your dispenser supports preselection
options. The service technician may
have activated these preselection
options during installation. When the
preselection button is pressed, the
following preselection options are
shown on the display (fig. 15):
• ICED-preselection (option)
• VOLUME-preselection
(small - medium - large)
• STRENGTH-preselection
(mild - normal - strong)
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ICED-preselection (option)
1. Place your cup on the cup tray.
2. Press the preselection button
«ICED» to activate this
preselection.The icon for iced is
displayed. (Fig. 15)
3. Press a drink button. The iced drink
is delivered.
4. Press the STOP button to return to
the default state.
VOLUME-preselection
1. Place your cup on the cup tray.
2. Press the preselection button
«VOLUME» to activate this
preselection.
Three cup icons (small - medium
- large) are displayed. (Fig. 15)
3. Press the preselection button until
the required portion size is marked
in black. The selection is cyclic.
4. Press a drink button. The drink is
delivered with the selected portion
size.
5. Press the STOP button to return to
the default state.
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ICED
VOLUME
STRENGTH
Fig. 16
STRENGTH-preselection
1. Place your cup on the cup tray.
2. Press the preselection button
«STRENGTH» to activate
this preselection. Three bean
icons are displayed.
3. Press the preselection button
until the required drink strength is
marked in black. (Fig. 16)
The selection is cyclic (1 bean = mild, 2 beans = normal,
3 beans = strong).
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4. Press a drink button. The drink
will be delivered with the selected
strength.
5. Press the STOP button to return to
the default state.
Note:
Note:
If you press a preselection
button, but do not press the
delivery button, the dispenser will
return to the default state after a
few seconds.
All preselection buttons can be
combined with one another.
Warning:
The liquids dispensed by
the dispenser are hot! Avoid
scalding! Keep hands and
other body parts away from the
dispenser.
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Fig. 17
Inserting and removing product
packs
Empty product pack detection
If you select a drink and the
corresponding product pack is empty,
a drink will not be delivered. The icon
for empty product pack will be shown
on the display. (Fig. 17)
If only one of the two product packs is
empty, the dispenser can still deliver
drinks from the other product pack.
With two empty product packs the
delivery of hot or iced (option) water is
still possible.
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If the operator menu «OPERATOR
NR» shows the setting «SHOW
OPERATOR NR» set to «YES», the
entered telephone number will be
shown on the display. (Fig. 17)
The following text will scroll in the
message line:
PRODUCT EMPTY
123456789
Call the operator when necessary.
Note:
You can enter the operator
number yourself via the operator
menu (see „Programming the
dispenser“)
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Fig. 20
3. Shake the product pack at least 10
times. (Fig. 18)
4. Remove the plastic wrapper and
write the „Expiry date“ on the
product pack. (Fig. 19)
5. Follow the instructions on the
product pack to open the doser.
(Fig. 19)
6.
7.
8.
9.
Replacing an empty product pack
Caution:
Before inserting a new product
pack, follow the instructions in
chapter „Food safety instructions
(HACCP)“.
1. Wash your hands before touching a
product pack.
2. Do not use a frozen product pack.
Open the dispenser door.
Insert the product pack. (Fig. 20)
Close the dispenser door.
Dispense a test drink.
Caution:
Read the instructions on the
product pack. Never use a
damaged product pack. Do not
use a product pack if the „Best
before“ date has expired.
(Fig. 18)
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Switching on the dispenser
Caution:
Ensure, that the dispenser is
connected to the water supply.
1. Open the water tap.
2. Insert the power plug.
The dispenser starts heating up water
and starts cooling down the cooling
compartment. Drink delivery will be
blocked until the water in the boiler has
reached the correct temperature.
A flashing thermometer and the icon
for „Delivery blocked“ will be shown on
the display:
PLEASE WAIT
BOILER IS
HEATING UP
Switching off the dispenser
Note:
If the dispenser has been shut
down for longer periods, the date
and time must be set, so that the
dispenser and the programmed
cleaning cycles are reactivated.
Once the water has reached the preset
temperature, the display shows the
animated symbol illustrated below.The
dispenser is now ready for operation.
Please take the following preparations
when the dispenser is not to be used
for a long period, e.g. holidays:
1. Remove the product pack and
check the „Expiry” date.
• Store the product packs in a
refrigerator until you switch the
dispenser back on again.
• When the expiry date has passed,
throw the product packs away.
Warning:
Do not freeze product packs.
2. Clean and flush the dispenser.
3. Pull the power plug out of the
socket.
4. Close the water tap.
Note:
Depending on the dispenser
model (see „Technical
Specifications“) and the ambient
temperature, the heating of the
boiler can take between 30 and
120 minutes. The cooling of the
product compartment can take 24
hours or more.
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Fig. 21
Fig. 22
Locking/unlocking the dispenser
1. Open the dispenser door. (Fig. 21)
2. Press the LOCK/Clear-Error switch
to block the drink delivery. (Fig. 22)
The lock icon appears on the display.
3. To unlock the dispenser, press the
LOCK/Clear-Error switch switch
again to enable drink delivery.
(Fig. 22)
Fig. 23
Drink delivery in locked mode
(option)
• Insert the USB release key into the
USB port on the dispenser to enable
temporary drink delivery. (Fig. 23)
As long as the USB release key is
inserted, drinks can be delivered.
When the key is removed, the locked
mode is reactivated and the lock icon
is shown in the display.
Drink delivery will be switched off. The
cooling compartment and the boiler will
remain in operation.
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Cleaning procedures
It is recommended, that you clean your
dispenser at regular intervals. There
are two optional procedures:
• ‚Clean & Flush‘ the cooling
compartment and the drink outlets.
Caution:
When is cleaning due?
• You must clean the dispenser when
the display indicates that cleaning is
required.
The cleaning icon appears in the
display:
It is recommended to carry out
the procedure „Clean & Flush“
once a week.
• ‚Flush‘ the drink outlets.
Fig. 24
Clean & Flush
The dispenser has a built-in timer that
will prompt you at least one day a
week to ‚Clean & Flush‘.
The service technician can enable or
disable the the built-in-timer according
to your needs.
When the built-in-timer is enabled:
• you can select or deselect the
weekday(s) for ‚Clean & Flush‘ and
‚Flush‘ procedures yourself In the
operator menu «CLEANING DAYS».
• you can select one to seven days a
week according to your needs.
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When is cleaning overdue?
If the dispenser is not cleaned within
24 hours, the drink delivery will be
blocked.
The display then shows an icon in the
form of a crossed-out cup:
Start ‚Clean & Flush‘
1. Press first the STOP button and
then the enter button
and hold
them pressed simultaneously for
3-4 seconds to enter the cleaning
mode. (Fig. 24)
Follow the instructions on the display:
PLEASE REMOVE ALL PRODUCT
PACKS
Start the cleaning program (see next
section).
2. Open the dispenser door.
3. Remove the product packs.
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a.
Fig. 25
Fig. 26
The following message appears on
the display:
The following message appears on
the display:
PLEASE CLEAN THE COOLING
INTERIOR AND PUT BACK THE
PRODUCT PACKS.
PLEASE PLACE FLUSH BIN
(MIN. 4L.) AND PRESS
FOR
OK.
4. Clean the interior of the cooling
compartment with a clean, damp
cloth and the doser opening with a
brush. (Fig. 25)
5. Insert the product packs.
6. Close the dispenser door.
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7. Place the flush bin under both
product outlets and press the input
button
.
Warning:
The liquids dispensed by
the dispenser are hot! Avoid
scalding! Keep hands and
other body parts away from the
dispenser.
b.
The following message appears on the
display:
PRESS
TO FLUSH
8. Press the enter button
the flushing process.
to start
The flush process starts (fig. 26):
a. CAUTION sign
b. Shows the progress of flushing
After flushing is complete, the
dispenser is ready for operation.
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Flush
According to your own needs, you can
optionally set weekdays for ‚Flush‘
in the operator menu «CLEANING
DAYS».
In this case, the icon for cleaning
appears on the display on the set
weekday and you can then start
flushing.
You can carry out the ‚Flush‘ procedure
at any time you like.
Start the ‚Flush‘ procedure
1. Press first the STOP button and
then the enter button
and hold
them pressed simultaneously for
3-4 seconds to enter the cleaning
mode.
Follow the instructions on the display
(see also page 22):
PLEASE PLACE FLUSH BIN
(MIN. 4L.) AND PRESS
FOR
OK.
Warning:
The liquids dispensed by
the dispenser are hot! Avoid
scalding! Keep hands and
other body parts away from the
dispenser.
The following message appears on the
display:
PRESS
TO FLUSH
3. Press the enter button
the flushing process.
to start
2. Place the flush bin under both
product outlets and press the enter
button
.
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Fig. 27
Fig. 28
Manual daily cleaning of
external parts
1. Open the dispenser door and press
the ‚CLEAR/ERROR‘-switch to set
the dispenser to locked mode.
Note:
This avoids to dispense drinks
or hot water accidentally when
cleaning the external parts.
2. Remove cup tray (a.), drip grid (b.) ,
and drip tray (c.). (Fig. 27)
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3. Empty the drip tray.
Note:
Check and empty the drip tray at
regular intervals.
4. Clean the external parts with a
damp, clean cloth and rinse off with
clear water.
5. Put the cup tray, drip grid and drip
tray back into place.
6. Wipe down the exterior of the
dispenser with a damp and clean
cloth. (Fig. 28)
Note:
The parts can also be cleaned in
a dishwasher.
Note:
Comply with the safety
instructions and cleaning
instructions on the cleaning agent
packaging.
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f.
a.
b.
Up
c.
Down
d.
Enter
e.
Fig. 29
Fig. 30
Starting the operator mode.
Operation in the operator mode .
(fig. 30):.
• Insert the supplied USB key into the
USB port on the dispenser. (Fig. 29)
a. Display
b. Three preselection buttons
c. Arrow button ‚UP‘ -.
scroll up or increase input values
d. Arrow button ‚DOWN‘ scroll down or decrease input
values
e. Enter button
for confirmation or activation
f. STOP button navigate back or hold down for 2
seconds to display the start menu
This immediately starts the operator
mode which offers a series of
functions.
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COUNTERS
COUNTERS
VOLUME
STRENGTH
DATE/TIME
CLEANING DAYS
ECO SETTING
TELEPHONE #
a.
Fig. 31
Fig. 32
Menu navigation
Seven menus are available for the
operator (fig. 31):
Note:
Certain operator menu items
may be switched off. The service
technician can enable or disable
these menu items according
to your request. Contact your
Cafitesse system supplier, if you
want this altered.
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• COUNTERS read out counter levels
• VOLUME - change volume per cup
• STRENGTH - change drink strength
• DATE / TIME - set time
• CLEANING DAYS set weekdays for cleaning and
flushing
• ECO SETTINGS optimize power consumption
• TELEPHONE # - show/hide and set
telephone numbers for service and
operator
b.
c.
When the operator mode has started,
the menu «COUNTERS» is displayed
in the message line. (Fig. 32)
a. Operator mode is active.
b. Arrow buttons
can be used to
activate the menus before and after
the current menu.
c. Display of the currently activated
menu. Access the menu by pressing
the enter button
.
When you have entered a menu, a
message text on the display shows the
next steps.
Note:
If the text is too long, it will scroll
from left to right through the
message line.
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COUNTERS
VOLUME
STRENGTH
DATE/TIME
CLEANING DAYS
ECO SETTING
Total number of drinks
Subtotals per drink button
• In the operator mode, press the
enter button
to access the
«COUNTERS» menu. (Fig. 33)
• In the «COUNTERS» menu, press a
drink button, e.g. ‚coffee‘.
On the display appears the total
number of drinks
TOTAL DRINKS
COFFEE
1234567
543210
TELEPHONE #
in turn with the message
Fig. 33
Counter readings
In the «COUNTERS» menu, you have
various possibilities to read out the
drink counters, e.g.:
• Total number of drinks
• Subtotals per drink button
• Subtotals „VOLUME“ and „ICED“
per drink button
• Total number of „ICED“ and „HOT“
drinks
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The number of deliveries for the
selected drink button, e.g. ‚coffee‘,
appears on the display.
SELECT DRINK
For more detailed counter readings
you can now press:
• a drink button, e.g. „coffee“ to
display the counter reading of all
coffee drinks
• a preselection button, e.g.
„VOLUME“ to display the counter
reading of all small, medium, or
large drinks
You now have the choice to press:
• the STOP button to go back to the
higher level of the «COUNTERS»
menu.
• another drink button to display the
respective counter reading for this
button
• the preselection buttons „VOLUME“
or „ICED“ (option) for a more
detailed counter readings, e.g. the
number of large coffee drinks.
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Subtotals „VOLUME“ and „ICED“
(option) per drink button
1. In the «COUNTERS» menu, press
a drink button, e.g. ‚coffee‘.
The number of deliveries for the
selected drink button, e.g. ‚coffee‘,
appears on the display:
3. Press the preselection button
„ICED“ (only if the cold drinks
option is installed)
Total number of iced and hot drinks
(only if the cold drinks option is
installed)
The „ICED“ icon and the counter
reading for the ‚iced‘, ‚small‘ variation
of the drink, e.g. iced small coffee,
appear on the display:
1. In the «COUNTERS» menu, press
the preselection button „ICED“
COFFEE
COFFEE
543210
2. Press the preselection button
„VOLUME“
The cup icon and the counter reading
for the ‚small‘ variation of the drink,
e.g. small coffee, appear on the
display.
COFFEE
87654
Note:
If you continue to press the
preselection button „VOLUME“,
the display shows cyclic counter
readings for the middle, large,
total, and small drinks.
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23456
Note:
If you continue to press the
preselection button „ICED“, the
display shows cyclic counter
reading for the hot, total, and iced
drinks in combination with the
respective volume selection.
Or you have the choice to press:
• the STOP button to go back to the
higher level of the «COUNTERS»
menu.
• another drink button to display the
respective counter readings for this
button.
The „ICED“ icon and the counter
reading for the total number of iced
drinks appear on the display:
TOTAL
789012
2. Press again the preselection button
„ICED“
The „HOT“ icon and the counter
reading for the total number of hot
drinks appear on the display:
TOTAL
345678
3. Press the preselection button
„ICED“ again to return to the total
counter reading of all drinks.
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COUNTERS
VOLUME
STRENGTH
DATE/TIME
CLEANING DAYS
ECO SETTING
TELEPHONE #
Fig. 34
Changing cup volumes
In the «VOLUME» menu, you can
increase or decrease the drink
volumes for all available drinks at once
by up to 10%.
1. Press the enter button
to access
the «VOLUME» menu. (Fig. 34)
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The following message appears on the
display:
VOLUME
+8%
Note:
If you would like to modify the
drink volume again, press again
the enter button
, and then
Increase or decrease .
2. Increase or decrease the cup
volume using the arrow buttons.
3. Confirm the required value with the
enter button
.
The new cup volume will be
accepted immediately.
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COUNTERS
VOLUME
STRENGTH
DATE/TIME
CLEANING DAYS
ECO SETTING
TELEPHONE #
Fig. 35
Changing drink strength
In the «STRENGTH» menu, you can
increase or decrease the drink strength
for all available drinks at once by up to
10%.
1. Press the enter button
to access
the «STRENGTH» menu. (Fig. 35)
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The following message appears on the
display:
DRINK STRENGTH
+8%
Note:
If you would like to modify the
drink strength again, press again
the enter button
, and then
Increase or decrease .
2. Increase or decrease the drink
strength using the arrow buttons.
3. Confirm the required value with the
enter button
.
The new drink strength will be
accepted immediately.
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COUNTERS
VOLUME
STRENGTH
DATE/TIME
CLEANING DAYS
ECO SETTING
TELEPHONE #
Fig. 36
Setting the date and time
You can set the date with month/day/
year and time in the «DATE / TIME»
menu. (The time setting needs to be
adjusted at the start and end of the
daylight saving time.)
Note:
If the dispenser has been shut
down for longer periods, the date
and time must be set, so that the
dispenser and the programmed
cleaning cycles are reactivated.
1. Press the enter button
to access
the «DATE / TIME» menu. (Fig. 36)
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The date and time settings are shown
on the display. The option «MONTH»
is active and flashing:
JUN 29 2007
10:10
2. Use the arrow buttons
to select
the correct month (JAN - DEC).
3. Confirm with the enter button
.
The option «MONTH» stays lit and the
option «DAY» starts to flash:
JUL 29 2007
10:10
4. Use the arrow buttons
to select
the correct day (1-31).
5. Confirm with the enter button
.
The option «DAY» stays lit and the
option «YEAR» starts to flash:
JUL 06 2007
10:10
6. Use the arrow buttons
to select
the correct year.
7. Confirm with the enter button
.
The option «YEAR» stays lit and the
option «HOUR» starts to flash:
JUL 06 2009
10 :10
8. Use the arrow buttons
to select
the correct hour.
9. Confirm with the enter button
.
The option «HOUR» stays lit and the
option «MINUTES» starts to flash:
JUL 06 2009
13: 10
10.Use the arrow buttons
to select
the correct minutes.
11.Confirm with the enter button
.
After a short time, the new settings
for date and time will be displayed
continuously (without flashing) on the
display:
JUL 06 2009
13:48
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Set the day(s) for „CLEAN“
COUNTERS
VOLUME
STRENGTH
DATE/TIME
CLEANING DAYS
ECO SETTING
TELEPHONE #
Fig. 37
Setting the cleaning days
It is recommended to clean the
dispenser at least once a week. Use
the «CLEANING DAYS» menu to set
which weekday you want to clean or
flush the dispenser.
In the «CLEANING DAYS» main
menu, two sub-menus can be selected
using the arrow buttons
:
• «CLEAN»
• «FLUSH»
• Press the enter button
to access
the «CLEANING DAYS» menu.
(Fig. 37)
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Note:
1. Use the arrow buttons
to
navigate to submenu«CLEAN».
On the display, the status icon is
shown under the active weekday(s) for
cleaning.
Unless you have selected another
weekday for cleaning, Monday is the
default setting.
Sun Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri
Sat
CLEAN:
2. Press the enter button
to access
the «CLEAN» submenu.
Several days for cleaning can be
defined in sequence.
5. Select additional weekday(s) if
requested by repeating steps 3.
and 4.
Note:
The cleaning settings are
optional.
If you would like to deactivate
a weekday, which is already
activated for cleaning, move the
cursor icon
to the respective
weekday, and press again the
enter button
.
The cursor icon
is displayed, it is
positioned under ‚Sun‘ (Sunday).
Sun Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri
Sat
CL. SET:
3. Use the arrow buttons
and
move the cursor icon
to the
weekday you would like to select
for cleaning.
4. Press the enter button
to
activate the selected weekday.
The status icon appears under
activated weekdays.
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Set the day(s) for „ FLUSH“
Note:
1. Use the arrow buttons
to
navigate to submenu«FLUSH».
On the display, the status icon is
shown under the active weekday(s) for
flushing.
Unless you have selected another
weekday for flushing, Monday is the
default setting.
Sun Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri
Sat
FLUSH:
2. Press the input button
to enter
the «FLUSH» submenu.
Several days for flushing can be
defined in sequence.
5. Select additional weekday(s) if
requested by repeating steps 3.
and 4.
Note:
The flushing settings are optional.
If you would like to deactivate
a weekday, which is already
activated for flushing, move the
cursor icon
to the respective
weekday, and press agian the
enter button
.
The cursor icon
is displayed, it is
positioned under ‚Sun‘ (Sunday).
Sun Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri
Sat
FL. SET:
3. Use the arrow buttons
and
move the cursor icon
to the
weekday you would like to select
for flushing.
4. Press the enter button
to
activate the selected weekday.
The status icon appears under
activated weekdays.
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COUNTERS
VOLUME
STRENGTH
DATE/TIME
CLEANING DAYS
ECO SETTING
TELEPHONE #
Fig. 38
ECO settings
You can optimize the power
consumption of the dispenser in the
menu «ECO SETTING». You can
reduce the temperature of the boiler.
These settings only apply to those
times when the dispenser is not
used (e.g. overnight). In the «ECO
SETTING» menu, you can select
four sub menus using the arrow
buttons
:
•
•
•
•
«ECO ENABLE/DISABLE»
«ECO START»
«ECO END»
«ECO TEMPERATURE»
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• Press the enter button
to access
the «ECO SETTING» menu.
(Fig. 38)
Enable/disable energy saving mode
(ECO)
The status (ENABLED/DISABLED) is
shown on the display, e.g.:
ECO DISABLED
1. Press the enter button
to access
the «ECO ENABLE/DISABLE» sub
menu.
The status (ENABLED/DISABLED) is
flashing on the display:
ECO DISABLED
2. Use the arrow buttons
to
select the status «ENABLED» or
«DISABLED».
3. Press the enter button
to select
the required status.
ECO ENABLED
4. Press the STOP button to return to
the main menu.
Setting the START time.
(when status: «ECO ENABLED»)
1. Use the arrow buttons
to
navigate to submenu «ECO
START».
The ECO START time is shown on the
display.
2. Press the enter button
to access
the «ECO START» sub menu.
The option „hour“ flashes and is active:
ECO START.
21 :15
3. Use the arrow buttons
to set
the correct time (hours).
4. Confirm with the enter button
.
The option „minutes“ flashes and is
active:
ECO START.
22: 15
5. Use the arrow buttons
to set
the correct time (minutes).
6. Confirm with the enter button
.
The new ECO START time is shown
continuously on the display.
• Press the enter button
again, if
you would like to restart the setting.
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Setting the END time.
(when status «ECO ENABLED»)
Setting the TEMPERATURE.
(when status «ECO ENABLED»)
1. Use the arrow buttons
to
navigate to submenu «ECO END».
The ECO END time is shown on the
display.
1. Use the arrow buttons
to
navigate to sub menu «ECO
TEMP».
The ECO TEMPERATURE is shown
on the display.
2. Press the enter button
to access
the «ECO END» sub menu.
The option „Hour“ flashes and is
active:
2. Press the enter button
to access
the «ECO TEMP» sub menu.
3. Use the arrow buttons
to select
the correct time (hours).
4. Confirm with the enter button
.
The option „minutes“ flashes and is
active:
ECO TEMPERATURE.
5. Use the arrow buttons
to select
the correct time (minutes).
6. Confirm with the enter button
.
The new ECO END time is shown
continuously on the display.
• Press the enter button
again, if
you would like to restart the setting.
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When the energy saving mode is
active, the «ECO» icon is shown
on the display of the dispenser.
ECO
ECO TEMPERATURE.
63 °C / 145 °F
ECO END.
05 :55
ECO END.
06: 55
Note:
The temperature setting flashes on the
display:
63 °C / 145 °F
3. Use the arrow buttons
to select
the desired temperature.
4. Confirm with the enter button
.
The new temperature is shown
continuously on the display, e.g.:
ECO TEMPERATURE.
75 °C / 167 °F
• Press the enter button
again, if
you would like to restart the setting.
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COUNTERS
VOLUME
STRENGTH
DATE/TIME
CLEANING DAYS
ECO SETTING
TELEPHONE #
Fig. 39
Setting telephone numbers
You can set the telephone numbers
of operator and service in the
«TELEPHONE #» menu.
You can also select whether the
numbers should be shown on the
display. The operator and service
numbers are shown, if e.g.
• cleaning is required
• the product pack is empty
• an error has occured
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In the «TELEPHONE #» main menu,
four sub-menus can be selected using
the arrow buttons
:
•
•
•
•
«���������������������
SHOW OPERATOR NUMBER�
»
«��������������������
SHOW SERVICE NUMBER�
»
«����������������
OPERATOR NUMBER�
»
«���������������
SERVICE NUMBER�
»
• Press the enter button
to access
the «TELEPHONE #» menu.
(Fig. 39)
The status OPERATOR NUMBER is
shown on the display:
OPERATOR NR : 030123457
Activate/deactivate operator number
1. Use the arrow buttons
to
navitate to the sub menu «�����
SHOW
OPERATOR NR��
».
2. Press the enter button
to access
the sub menu.
The display shows the setting «Y»
(Yes) or «N» (No), it flashes and is
active, e.g.:
SHOW OPERATOR NR : N
3. Use the arrow buttons
to select
«Y» to show the number display or
«N» to hide the number display.
4. Confirm with the enter button
.
The new setting is displayed
continuously on the display, e.g.:
SHOW OPERATOR NR : Y
• Press the enter button
again, if
you would like to restart the setting.
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Activate/deactivate service number
Enter the operator number
Enter the service number
1. Use the arrow buttons
to
navigate to the sub menu «�����
SHOW
SERVICE NR��
».
2. Press the enter button
to access
the sub menu.
1. Use the arrow buttons
to
navigate to the sub-menu
«OPERATOR NR».
2. Press the enter button
to access
the sub menu.�
1. Use the arrow buttons
to
navigate to the sub-menu
«SERVICE NR».
2. Press the enter button
to access
the sub menu.�
The display show the settings «Y»
(Yes) or «N» (No), it flashes and is
active, e.g.:
The display shows the operator
telephone number. The first digit is
active and flashes:
The display shows the operator
telephone number. The first digit is
active and flashes:
O: 0 301234567
SHOW SERVICE NR : N
3. Use the arrow buttons
to select
«Y» to show the number display or
«N» to hide the number display.
4. Confirm with the enter button
.
The new setting is displayed
continuously on the display, e.g.:
SHOW SERVICE NR : Y
• Press the enter button
again, if
you would like to restart the setting.
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Note:
S: 3 18051234567
Note:
O = operator, S = service
3. Enter the first digit using the arrow
buttons
.
4. Confirm with the enter button
.
O = operator, S = service
3. Enter the first digit using the arrow
buttons
.
4. Confirm with the enter button
.
The first digit is displayed continuously,
the second digit is activated and starts
flashing.
The first digit is displayed continuously,
the second digit is activated and starts
flashing.
O: 5 3 01234567
S: 0 1 8051234567
5. Repeat steps 3. and 4. until you
have input the last digit of the
telephone number.
6. Confirm the complete telephone
number with the enter button
.
• Press the enter button
again, if
you would like to restart the setting.
5. Repeat steps 3. and 4. until you
have input the last digit of the
telephone number.
6. Confirm the complete telephone
number with the enter button
.
• Press the enter button
again, if
you would like to restart the setting.
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7 DISPLAY MESSAGES AND TROUBLE SHOOTING
Display messages
Cause
One or two product packs are:
• empty
• incorrectly positioned
• or not present
Action
Call the operator when the number is shown on the
display.
• Replace the empty product pack(s), see page 18.
• Check whether the product pack(s) are inserted
correctly, see page 18.
• Insert one or two product packs
The drink delivery is blocked
because the dispenser was not
cleaned as scheduled.
Start the cleaning program immediately, see page 21.
The water in the boiler has not yet
reached the preset temperature.
The drink delivery of the dispenser is blocked until the
temperature reaches the correct value.
The drink delivery is blocked
because the LOCK/Clear-Error
switch on the dispenser was
pressed.
• Press the LOCK/Clear-Error switch again to unlock
the dispenser, see page 20.
• Insert the USB release key into the USB port on the
dispenser for temporary enable, see page 20.
PLEASE WAIT BOILER
IS HEATING UP
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Display messages
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Cause
Action
The dispenser must be cleaned.
• Call the operator when the number is shown on the
display.
• Start the cleaning program on the same day, see
Page 21.
The drink delivery is blocked
because the energy saving mode of
the dispenser is switched on.
• Press a drink button. The boiler temperature
increases and the drink is dispensed as soon as the
correct temperature is reached. The energy saving
mode becomes active again 10 minutes after the
boiler was heated up or the last drink was dispensed.
• If you have set an end date, the energy saving mode
ends automatically, see page 34/35.
The water filter of the dispenser
must be replaced.
Replace the water filter.
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Display messages
Cause
Error water system:
Err 19
Action
Check the water supply line to the dispenser is blocked,
open the water tap completely.
Press the LOCK/Clear-Error switch.
Contact service, if the error persists.
Errors cooling:
Err 30
Check the ventilation and the ambient temperature
of the dispenser, and clean the ventilation grid, if
necessary.
Press the LOCK/Clear-Error switch.
Contact service, if the error persists.
Water leaks from the hot
water outlet or a product
outlet.
Scale particles block the respective
outlet valve, it cannot close
completely.
Perform the program ‚Flushing‘.
Contact service if the problem persists.
The dispenser does not
respond to pressing a
button or touch screen
input.
A software jam has occured.
Reset the dispenser:
Disconnect the power supply and connect again after 5
seconds.
Contact service if the problem persists.
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8 TECHNICAL SPECIFICATION
Technical Specifications
Cafitesse 300
Dispenser versions
Standard version hot drinks - cup & pot delivery
Café Cool version hot and cold drinks - cup & pot delivery
Dimensions
Height
770 mm / 30.3 in
Width
350 mm / 13.8 in
Depth
522 mm / 20.6 in
empty
36.5 kg / 80.5 lbs
Weight
filled
Maximum cup/pot height
47.7 kg / 105.2 lbs
Cups: 117 mm (4.6 in) using the cup tray
Pots: 210 mm (8.3 in) with cup tray folded
Pots: 260 mm (10.2 in) without drip tray
Air pots: 33 cm (13.4 in.) when using the optional air pot extension. („Options“)
Ingredient capacity
2 disposable Bag-in-Box (BIB) ingredient packs with a capacity of:
2 litre/0.53 gal, or
1.25 litre/0.33 gal. (Use the optional adapters for ingredient packs („Options“)
Drink capacity
100 cups at 100 cc (3.3 fl. oz. USA) per hour per kW heating capacity
Standard water connection
1/2‘‘ or 3/8‘‘ supply line with 3/4‘‘ BSP connecting piece
Drinking water line with stop valve
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Max. water inlet temperature 60 ºC/140 °F
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Technical Specifications
Cafitesse 300
Dynamic pressure
Min. 0.8 bar at 10 l/min - 11 psi at 2.6 USgal/min
Static pressure
Max. 10 bar - 140 psi
Boiler capacity
9 litre/2.4 USgal
Hot water connection
Via copper pipes only
Connection water cooling unit:
Dynamic pressure: min. 0.8 bar at 1.2 l/min - 11 psi at 0.7 USgal/min
Refrigerant
0.035 kg of R134a
Electrical specification:
• By power cord and plug 1.80 m (70.9 in)
• Direct power connection according to the Safety Instructions
For the connected loads refer to the rating plate.
1-phase operation Europe: max. 3.5 kW at AC 230V-240V
3-phase operation Europe: max. 9.6 kW at 3N AC 400V
Environmental specifications
Acoustic Emission
Ambient Temperature for
installation & operation
Compliancy
The A-weighted sound pressure level of the dispenser is below 70 dB.
Between 5 °C/41 °F and 32 °C/90 °F.
CE, VDE label
(2006/42/EC machinery directive, 2004/108/EC EMC directive,
2002/72/EC food safety)
The manufacturer reserves the right to change specifications without prior notice.
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9 OPTIONS
The features and options listed in this
section may not apply in each country.
Please consult your Cafitesse system
supplier for more information.
Software options
On customer demand the service
technician can enable or disable
specific functions of your dispenser.
For example:
• Alternative settings for drink recipes,
varieties, strength or cup volume.
• Set the dispenser to portioned or
continous drink delivery.
• Custom energy saving settings.
• Custom cleaning settings according
to your preference.
• Custom settings of operator and
service telephone numbers.
• Enable/disable preset selections
such as drink strength (mild, normal,
strong) or cup size (small, medium,
large).
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Fig. 40
Hardware accessories
Adapters for small ingredient packs
To use the dispenser with 1.25
litre/0.33 gal ingredient packs, your
Cafitesse system supplier can provide
special magnetic adapters for the
ingredient storage to secure the packs
into their position. (Fig. 40)
Fig. 41
Door lock
On your request, the service technician
can install a mechanical door lock
in the dispenser door. In this way an
unauthorized access to the dispenser
can be prevented. (Fig. 41)
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High flow
To increase the delivery speed of
the dispenser the service technician
can install the high flow option. Two
product packs of the same sort of
ingredient have to be inserted.
Pressing one of the left drink buttons
the drink is dispensed from the 2
product packs in the dispenser at the
same time via the left outlet. The right
drink buttons are switched off.
Fig. 42
Air pot Extension
To allow the use of large pots like air
pots, the service technician can install
a special dispenser foot to increase the
delivery height of the dispenser outlets
to 33 cm (13.4 in.).
Water cooling unit
For the additional delivery of cold
water and cold drinks, the service
technician can equip your dispenser
with a special water cooling unit.
Caution:
USB release key
As long as you insert the USB release
key into the USB port, the dispenser
can temporary deliver drinks, even if it
has been switched into locked mode.
(Fig. 42)
Drainage of the drip tray
To minimize the need for emptying the
drip tray the service technician can
install a special drainage option to
connect the drip tray directly to a
sewer or drain tank.
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Switch over
To decrease the replacement intervals
of the product packs the service
technician can install the switch over
option. Two product packs of the same
sort of ingredient have to be inserted
Drinks are only dispensed via the left
outlet. When the left product pack is
empty, drinks are dispensed from the
right product pack. The right drink
buttons are switched off.
Test the quality of the water
supply to ensure delivery of safe
cold drinks according to local
regulations.
Payment system
If you would like to enable your
dispenser for vending of drinks, the
service technician can extend your
dispenser with various payment
systems. At your request the service
technician can program specific prices
per drink.
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10 INDEX
A
Ambient temperature, 42
Arrow button, 25
B
‚Best before‘ date, 8, 10, 18
C
Cleaning, 10, 12, 21-24, 38
Cleaning procedures, 21, 23
Cleaning days, 32, 33
CLEAR/ERROR switch, 11, 20, 24, 38
Continuous delivery, 14
Cooling compartment, 11, 12, 19-22
Cooling system, 19
Counter readings, 27, 28
Cup tray, 11, 13, 15, 16, 24
D
Daily cleaning, 24
Date / time, 31
Dimensions, 41
Display, 11, 12
Drink delivery, 13-15, 19-21, 38, 39
Drink strength, 16, 26, 30
Drink button, 11, 13
Drip grid, drip tray, 11, 24
E
ECO, 12, 26, 34, 35, 39
Energy saving mode, 12, 34, 35, 39
Enter button, 25
Error, 11, 39
‚Expiry‘ date, 9, 10, 18, 19
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F
Filter (water filter), 12, 39
First in - First out principle, 8
Flushing, 22, 23, 32, 33, 40
Front of the dispenser, 6, 12
Food safety, 4, 8, 10, 18, 21
H
HACCP, 8, 10, 18
Hot water, 4
I
ICED preselection, 12, 15, 17, 27-30
Installation, 6
M
Manual daily cleaning, 24
O
Operator mode, 12, 25-27
Operation, 4, 5, 7, 8
P
Power consumption, 26, 34
Power cord, 6, 11,
Power supply, 19, 40
Portioned delivery, 14
Portion size, 15
Preselection, 11, 12, 15, 16, 27-29
Product pack, 4, 7-9, 12, 17-19, 38
Programming, 5-7, 17, 25
R
Rear of the dispenser, 6, 12
Refrigerator, 7, 19
S
Safety instructions, 4, 5, 8, 10, 18, 24
Service mode, 12
Setting cleaning days, 32, 33
Setting date / time, 31
Setting strength, 26, 30
Setting telephone number, 36, 37
Setting volume, 26, 29
Storage, 7, 8
STOP button, 25
Strength preselection, 15, 16
Strength settings, 34
Switching on, 19
Switching off, 19
T
Technical specifications, 41, 42
Telephone number, 17, 26, 36, 37
Time settings, 31
Transport, 7. 8
Training, 10
U
USB connection, 20, 38
USB operator key, 25
V
Volume preselection, 12, 15, 27, 28
Volume setting, 26, 29
W
Water supply, 6, 11, 19, 39
Weight, 41
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CLEANING PROCEDURE
CLEANING (weekly)
1
2
46
4
7
8
FLUSHING
optional
5
3
6
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