Combo Bezel and RDP Installation Guide (Rev G1)

Combo Bezel and RDP Installation Guide (Rev G1)
Remote Data Port
and Combo Bezel
Install Guide
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
INTRODUCTION
General Information...........................................................................................3
Restrictions .........................................................................................................3
PRODUCT OVERVIEW
Kit Options and Components ............................................................................4
MEI Easitrax EZ1001 Remote Data Port ..........................................................5
GPRS Radio Module ..........................................................................................6
GPRS and WLAN Antenna Modules ................................................................6
P1 Power/DEX/MDB Harness ........................................................................6
P2 Credit Card/E Lock Harness .......................................................................7
VN2562 Combo Bill Acceptor ............................................................................7
PRODUCT INSTALLATION
Getting Started ....................................................................................................8
Before Installation ..............................................................................................8
Tools and Supplies .............................................................................................8
Installation Instructions for GPRS and WLAN Option p/n 216699001 .........9
Installation Instructions for GPRS Only Option p/n 216686001 .................. 14
Installation Instructions for WLAN Only Option p/n 216822001 ................. 18
Warranty Statement .......................................................................................... 22
Compliance ....................................................................................................... 23
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INTRODUCTION
GENERAL INFORMATION
The VN2562 combo bill acceptor and a EZ1001 remote data port
are the mechanical components of MEI’s Cash and Credit Solution.
These products, together with a wireless connection to a credit
card authorization server, give you the ability to accept credit cards
in several types of Multi Drop Bus (MDB) vending machines.
The EZ1001 Remote Data Port (RDP) enables validated credit
card transaction sessions with the Vending Machine Controller
(VMC). These sessions are initiated when credit cards are swiped
through the VN2562 combo bill acceptor and validated by a
wireless connection with an authorization network server. The
RDP communicates credit availability for a vend session once the
user credit card is validated. Additionally, The EZ1001 RDP is
capable of connecting to existing vending machine DEX ports.
This feature allows for the capture and communication of cash
vend information through the wireless network server connection.
Users may also extract industry-standard DEX data records through
the RDP “pass through” DEX port using a variety of standard
DEX audit applications.
The VN2562 platform is a combination of the highly reliable MEI
Series 2000 bill acceptor and a credit card reader built right into the
bezel. This combination allows for the acceptance of $1, $2, and
$5 bills in addition to major credit/debit cards. The combination of
these features allows for easy install without the necessity of
cutting an additional hole in the vending machine door to add a
separate credit card reader.
EZ1001 Remote Data Port
Combo Bezel
The VN2562 and EZ1001 system was designed to work on a wide
variety of MDB vending machines and is simple to use and install.
This manual is designed to assist in the installation of this system.
RESTRICTIONS
Please consult your MEI sales representative, MEI authorized distributer, or MEI’s web site, meiglobal.com, for a list of Combo Acceptor
compatible machines. As a general rule, the combo acceptor can be
used in place of a VN2512 or comparable bill acceptor. It will be
necessary to allow enough clearance on the right hand side of the
combo bezel as to allow a user to swipe a credit card.
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PRODUCT OVERVIEW
MEI Cash and Credit System
The MEI Cash and Credit system is offered in a variety of configurations. Common to each configuration is the EZ1001 Remote Data Port (p/n 216160001) and the VN2562 Combo Acceptor (p/n
250001311 - sold separately). The configuration options include the following:
GPRS and WLAN Option (p/n 216699001) * Install instructions on page 9
This option is necessary at multi-machine sites where cellular network access may not be available for
every machine. This configuration can be installed in a vending machine with cellular access and will
act as a network connection for other machines on site that do not have access to a cellular network
connection. This option includes the following components:
•EZ1001 Remote Data Port
•GPRS Radio module
•GPRS Antenna - p/n 213701001
•WLAN Antenna - p/n 213709002
•RDP P1 power/dex/MDB harness - p/n 215630001
•RDP P2 Combo Acceptor Interface harness - p/n 215634004
•Mounting anchors for tie wraps
•Harness tie wraps
•POS materials
GPRS Only Option (p/n 216686001) * Install instructions on page 14
This option is necessary for stand alone machines. The GPRS Only configuration may also be used at
multi-machine sites where cellular network access is available for every machine and vending machine
networking is not possible or desirable. This option includes the following components:
•EZ1001 Remote Data Port
•GPRS Radio module
•GPRS Antenna - p/n 213701001
•RDP P1 power/dex/MDB harness - p/n 215630001
•RDP P2 Combo Acceptor Interface harness - p/n 215634004
•Mounting anchors for tie wraps
•Harness tie wraps
•POS materials
WLAN Only Option (p/n 216822001) * Install instructions on page 18
This option is necessary at multi-machine sites where cellular network access may not be available for
every machine. This configuration can be installed in a vending machine without cellular access.
Once initialized, the WLAN module will search for GPRS equipped vending machines and will establish a network connection with the machine for which it has the strongest signal connection. Once
networked with a GPRS equipped machine, the WLAN component will transmit and receive all
network server data through the GPRS equipped machine.
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WLAN Only Option (continued)
This option includes the following components:
•EZ1001 Remote Data Port
•WLAN Antenna - p/n 213709002
•RDP P1 power/dex/MDB cable - p/n 215630001
•RDP P2 Combo Acceptor Interface harness - p/n 215634004
•Mounting anchors for tie wraps
•Harness tie wraps
•POS materials
MEI EASITRAX EZ 1001 Remote Data Port
The EZ 1001 Remote Data Port (RDP) is the communication interface between the credit card reader
on the VN2562, the credit card authorization server, and the MDB Vending Machine Control board
(VMC).
Features:
WLAN Receive Only receptacle
WLAN Transmit and Receive Receptacle
DEX Jack
WAN (GPRS) Radio receptacle
P1 power/dex/MDB header
P2 credit card/E-Lock header
Hook and Loop Mounting material on reverse side (not shown)
SERIAL NUMBER CONFIGURATION
WW
Y
L
CC
PPPPP
-
WWYLCCPPPPP
Week Manufactured (01 through 52)
Year Manufactured (4 for 2004)
Manufacturing Location
Configuration Code
Sequential Production Number
EZ1001 RDP Voltage:
Nominal Voltage: 24-34VDC
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GPRS Radio Module
The GPRS (WAN) radio module attaches to
the remote data port and provides the
communication interface between the credit
card authorization network server and the
RDP. The GPRS antenna must be
connected to the radio.
GPRS Radio Module
Note: The antenna must be
connected to the GPRS radio
prior to power up.
Antenna connector
GPRS and WLAN Antenna
GPRS Antenna
The GPRS Antenna - p/n 213701001 screws to a horizontal plane outside the vending
machine. It is usually installed on the top of the vending machine by drilling a 1/2” hole
through the top of the vending machine and threading the antenna cable inside. The
GPRS antenna is identified by a screw type connector that is attached to the GPRS
radio. The GPRS antenna strength may be influenced by digital signal in the area and
placement constraints in or on the vending machine. The WLAN antenna p/n213709002 comes with an adhesive bottom for easier mounting. It is usually mounted
inside the machine. The Wireless Local Area Network (WLAN) antenna is identified by
a push type connector and must be connected to the Transmit and Receive receptacle on
the RDP. The WLAN antenna strength may be influenced by line of sight obstacles
between vending machines and placement constraints in or on the vending machine.
P1 Power/Dex/MDB Harness
The Power/Dex/MDB harness - p/n 215630001 connects to the P1 header on the bottom left of the
RDP. Three connectors on the other end (see diagram below) allow you to connect to the bill acceptor, provide power to the EZ1001 and connect to a DEX socket. A fourth 4-pin connector is not
used in a standard installation.
Connect to the bill acceptor
harness p/n 250071043
Connect to MDB power
harness from the machine
Connect to P1 on
EZ1001 Remote Data Port
Not used for
standard install
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Connect to DEX socket.
(Typically on the machine
control board or a harness
originating from the control
board.)
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P2 Combo Acceptor Interface Harness
The Combo Acceptor Interface harness - p/n 215634004 connects to the P2 header on the bottom of
the RDP. Only the 5-pin connector (middle of the three connectors in the diagram below) needs to be
used to connect to the combo bezel. The other two connectors are not used.
Not used in an
MDB machine
Connect to P2
on EZ1001
Remote Data Port
Connect to harness from the combo
bezel on the series 2000
Not used in an
MDB machine
VN2562 U5M bill acceptor
VN2562 U5M bill acceptor - p/n 250001311 comes with the combo bezel and MDB harness p/n
250071043 installed. The VN2562 MDB harness connects the bill acceptor to the P1 harness shown
on the previous page. The harness attached to the Combo Bezel is then connected to the 5-pin
connector on the P2 Combo Acceptor Interface harness.
MDB Harness
From Bill
Acceptor
To P1 harness
on the EZ1001 RDP
MDB Harness p/n 250071043
To Coin
Mechanism
Combo Bezel
Combo Bezel
VN2562 U5M
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Getting Started
• Contact your MEI sales representative or Authorized MEI Distributor to discuss system options
• Your MEI representative will conduct a site survey to determine equipment requirements
• Your MEI representative will supply documents that must be completed and submitted to USAT
prior to installing the system equipment.
• Locate a position where the EZ1001 remote data port is easily accessible, make sure that the
harnesses will reach and that no objects are obstructing the data port DEX Jack.
• Power MUST be removed from the vending machine prior to starting the installation.
Before Installation
• Verify that the machine and its components work properly prior to installation.
• Perform a test vend and verify change payback.
• Visually inspect machine cables for defects. Adjust/Replace as needed.
• Locate a position where the EZ1001 remote data port is easily accessible, make sure that the
harnesses will reach and that no objects are obstructing the data port DEX Jack.
• Locate a mounting position harness routing options for the GPRS and WLAN antennas as applicable
• Power MUST be removed from the vending machine prior to starting the installation.
Needed Tools/Supplies
• 11/32” HEX driver
• Phillips Screwdriver
• Wire Cutters
• Cable Ties – Black UV stable cable ties and self-adhesive cable tie bases.
• Cleaning materials for vending machines.
• 1/2” drill w/metal bit (If you are going to install the antenna outside the machine)
Exterior Placement Highly Recommended for Maximum Signal Reception
Antenna Installation
Antennas shall be installed so that a separation distance of 20cm (8 inches) is maintained from
individuals during normal use. Ensure that the antenna cable in not damaged by the opening and
closing of the vending machine door.
Harness Dressing Recommendation
All products and cables should be securely fastened to the vending machine. The installer should
provide additional UV stable cable ties to securely fasten all cables to the vendor. Any looping of
excess cable should be fastened to the vending machine and service loops should be minimized.
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MDB Vending Machine
EZ1001 Remote Data Port & Combo Bezel Installation
GPRS and WLAN Option (p/n 216699001)
Required Components:
Description
Part Number
GPRS and WLAN System Kit
216699001
Includes:
EZ1001 Remote Data Port (RDP)
GPRS Radio module
GPRS Antenna
WLAN Antenna
RDP P1 Power/DEX/MDB harness
RDP P2 Combo Acceptor Interface harness
Mounting anchors for tie wraps
Harness tie wraps
Ferrite and tie rap
Install Guide
VN2562 U5M (VN2000 Series bill acceptor)
Includes:
Combo Bezel
MDB harness
250001311
Installation Instructions
1)
2)
3)
4)
Check vending machine for normal operation and clear all errors.
Power off the vending machine door.
Unpack the GPRS and WLAN Kit and identify system components (pages 5-7).
Open the RDP connector cover and securely connect P1 and P2 harnesses to the RDP
(see page 13). Observe orientation of the key. Ridge connector must face up. Close
the connector cover.
5)
Connect the GPRS and WLAN antenna cables.
Note: The GPRS antenna is identified by a screw type connector that is attached the
GPRS radio. The Wireless Local Area Network (WLAN) antenna is identified by a
push type connector and must be connected to the Transmit and Receive receptacle on
the RDP (see page 13).
6)
Select a location for the RDP in the vending machine door and “dry test” the fit.
Check for visible machine obstructions, harness routing options, and harness length
requirements.
Note: It is strongly recommended that the GPRS antenna be mounted on a horizontal plane outside the
vending machine. This may be accomplished by drilling a 1/2” hole through the top of the vending
machine and threading the antenna cable inside. The GPRS antenna strength may be influenced by
digital signal in the area and placement constraints in or on the vending machine.
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The WLAN antenna may be secured either inside or outside the vending machine
depending on space constrictions. The WLAN antenna strength may be influenced by
line of sight obstacles between vending machines and placement constraints in or on
the vending machine. The GPRS Antenna and WLAN antenna both come with an
adhesive bottom for easier mounting.
7)
8)
Once satisfied with the potential RDP location, remove the RDP with attached
harnesses and set aside. Thoroughly clean the machine surface around the area where
the RDP will be installed. The surface should be clear of any dirt, dust, oils, or other
foreign substances.
Disconnect the antennas from the RDP and set aside.
9)
Remove the plastic adhesive backing from the hook and loop strips on the back of the
RDP and firmly secure the RDP to the chosen mounting location. Check the security
of the P1 and P2 connections once the RDP has been secured to the machine surface.
10)
Install zip tie anchors below the RDP P1 and P2 connections. Using the zip ties
provided, secure the P1 and P2 harnesses to the anchors.
11)
Remove existing bill acceptor (if not already a VN2562).
12)
Install VN2562 U5M bill acceptor (see Series 2000 install guide).
13)
Connect the P1 and P2 harnesses according to the diagram on page 13. The P1 MDB
power and communication route should be as follows:
a. From the VMC to the P1 harness
b. From the P1 harness to the RDP and to the VN2562 MDB harness
c. From the VN2562 MDB harness to the Coin Mech harness
The P2 harness is connected to the Combo Bezel harness (see diagram on page 13).
14)
Install GPRS Antenna
The GPRS antenna is identified by a screw type connector that is attached the
GPRS radio. It is strongly recommended that this antenna be mounted on a horizontal
plane outside the vending machine. This may be accomplished by drilling a 1/2” hole
through the top of the vending machine and threading the antenna cable inside. The
GPRS Antenna come with an adhesive bottom for easier mounting. Thoroughly clean
the machine surface around the area where the GPRS antenna will be installed. The
surface should be clear of any dirt, dust, oils, or other foreign substances.
15)
Screw the Antenna cable to the GPRS Radio Module (see diagram on page 13).
Warning: The antenna must be connected to the EZ1001 Remote Data Port
prior to power up. Powering up the EZ1001 remote data port without
connecting the antenna will damage the unit and it will likely need to be
replaced.
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16)
Install the antenna ferrite.
Once the GPRS antenna cable is attached the supplied snap on ferrite must be installed
prior to use.
FIG 1
17)
18)
SMB Connector
Place the 9mm snap on ferrite (MEI part# 214040001) approximately 1" from the
SMB connector of the GPRS antenna cable. It should not be installed closer than 1" to
the SMB connector in order to facilitate connection of the SMB connector to the
GPRS radio.
Install a tie wrap around the GPRS antenna cable on both sides of the 9mm
ferrite in order to hold the ferrite in place. Tighten the tie wraps so they retain the
9mm ferrite as shown in FIG 1 above. This will prevent the ferrite from sliding away
from the SMB antenna connector. Take caution not to over tighten. The ferrite must be
installed properly prior to operation of the WAN radio.
Warning:
Changes or modifications to this unit not expressly approved by the party responsible
for compliance could void the user’s authority to operate the equipment.”
20)
Install WLAN Antenna
The Wireless Local Area Network (WLAN) antenna is identified by a push type
connector and must be connected to the Transmit and Receive receptacle on the RDP.
The WLAN antenna may be secured either inside or outside the vending machine
depending on space constrictions. The WLAN antenna strength may be influenced by
line of sight obstacles between vending machines and placement constraints in or on
the vending machine. The WLAN antenna comes with an adhesive bottom for easier
mounting. Thoroughly clean the machine surface around the area where the GPRS
antenna will be installed. The surface should be clear of any dirt, dust, oils, or other
foreign substances.
21)
Push the Antenna connector into the RDP transmit and receive receptacle on the RDP
(see diagram on page 13).
22)
Connect the DEX plug to the vending machine DEX jack. This DEX jack (if
installed) can be found on either the vending machine control board or on a harness
plugged into the vending machine control board.
Note: If the machine has no DEX jack, ensure that you tie off the harness from
the P1 connector so it does not impede machine operations. The EZ1001 remote
data port does not need DEX capability to transmit credit card information.
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23)
24)
Dress and secure harnesses as required using wire ties.
Power on the vending machine. A solid green LED should be visible through the DEX
socket (J1) located on the front of the data port (See Diagram on next page).
25)
Some vending machines require the presence of a card reader to be programmed in the
vending machine configurations. Check your vending machine users manual or consult
your vending machine manufacturer for details and instructions. If configuration
changes are required, make the changes at this point of the install process. Once the
configuration changes are completed, power down the vending machine door and
power up again after a short wait (10-30 seconds).
26)
Close the vending machine door and check the Combo Bezel display. The display will
say “ Waiting for Network Connect”.
27)
Once the RDP establishes communication network server, the Combo Bezel display
will momentarily change to “ Insert Cash or Swipe Card.” The display will then change
to “Settlement in Progress.” When settlement is completed “ Insert Cash or Swipe
Card” will return to the display.
28)
The installation is now complete and ready for testing.
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INSTALLATION DIAGRAM
Connection for
WLAN antenna
The GPRS antenna must
be connected prior to
power up.
DEX socket
Bottom
Not used
Connect to DEX plug to
the Vending Machine
DEX socket
Vending
Machine
Not used
Not used
To Bill
Acceptor
To Coin
Mechanism
Connect to harness
from the combo bezel
on the series 2000
Coin
Mech
Bill Acceptor
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MDB Vending Machine
EZ1001 Remote Data Port & Combo Bezel Installation
GPRS Only Option (p/n 216686001)
Required Components:
Description
Part Number
GPRS Only System Kit
216686001
Includes:
EZ1001 Remote Data Port (RDP)
GPRS Radio module
GPRS Antenna
RDP P1 Power/DEX/MDB harness
RDP P2 Combo Acceptor Interface harness
Mounting anchors for tie wraps
Harness tie wraps
Ferrite and tie rap
Install Guide
VN2562 U5M (VN2000 Series bill acceptor)
Includes:
Combo Bezel
MDB harness
250001311
Installation Instructions
1)
2)
3)
4)
Check vending machine for normal operation and clear all errors.
Power off the vending machine door.
Unpack the GPRS Only Kit and identify system components (pages 5-7).
Open the RDP connector cover and securely connect P1 and P2 harnesses to the RDP
(see page 17). Observe orientation of the key. Ridge connector must face up. Close
the connector cover.
5)
Connect the GPRS antenna cable.
Note: The GPRS antenna is identified by a screw type connector that is attached the GPRS radio. (see
page 17).
6)
Select a location for the RDP in the vending machine door and “dry test” the fit.
Check for visible machine obstructions, harness routing options, and harness length
requirements.
Note: It is strongly recommended that the GPRS antenna be mounted on a horizontal plane outside the
vending machine. This may be accomplished by drilling a 1/2” hole through the top of the vending
machine and threading the antenna cable inside. The GPRS antenna strength may be influenced by
digital signal in the area and placement constraints in or on the vending machine. The GPRS Antenna
comes with an adhesive bottom for easier mounting.
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7)
8)
9)
10)
11)
12)
13)
14)
15)
Once satisfied with the potential RDP location, remove the RDP with attached
harnesses and set aside. Thoroughly clean the machine surface around the area where
the RDP will be installed. The surface should be clear of any dirt, dust, oils, or other
foreign substances.
Disconnect the antenna cable from the RDP and set aside.
Remove the plastic adhesive backing from the hook and loop strips on the back of the
RDP and firmly secure the RDP to the chosen mounting location. Check the security
of the P1 and P2 connections once the RDP has been secured to the machine surface.
Install zip tie anchors below the RDP P1 and P2 connections. Using the zip ties
provided, secure the P1 and P2 harnesses to the anchors.
Remove existing bill acceptor (if not already a VN2562).
Install VN2562 U5M bill acceptor (see Series 2000 install guide).
Connect the P1 and P2 harnesses according to the diagram on page 17. The P1 MDB
power and communication route should be as follows:
a. From the VMC to the P1 harness
b. From the P1 harness to the RDP and to the VN2562 MDB harness
c. From the VN2562 MDB harness to the Coin Mech harness
The P2 harness is connected to the Combo Bezel harness (see diagram on page 17).
Install GPRS Antenna
The GPRS antenna is identified by a screw type connector that is attached the
GPRS radio. It is strongly recommended that this antenna be mounted on a horizontal
plane outside the vending machine. This may be accomplished by drilling a 1/2” hole
through the top of the vending machine and threading the antenna cable inside. The
GPRS Antenna come with an adhesive bottom for easier mounting. Thoroughly clean
the machine surface around the area where the GPRS antenna will be installed. The
surface should be clear of any dirt, dust, oils, or other foreign substances.
Screw the Antenna cable to the GPRS Radio Module (see diagram on page 17).
Warning: The antenna must be connected to the EZ1001 Remote Data Port
prior to power up. Powering up the EZ1001 remote data port without
connecting the antenna will damage the unit and it will likely need to be
replaced.
16)
Install the antenna ferrite.
Once the GPRS antenna cable is attached the supplied snap on ferrite must be installed
prior to use.
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FIG 1
SMB Connector
17)
18)
Place the 9mm snap on ferrite (MEI part# 214040001) approximately 1" from the
SMB connector of the GPRS antenna cable. It should not be installed closer than 1" to
the SMB connector in order to facilitate connection of the SMB connector to the
GPRS radio.
Install a tie wrap around the GPRS antenna cable on both sides of the 9mm
ferrite in order to hold the ferrite in place. Tighten the tie wraps so they retain the
9mm ferrite as shown in FIG 1 above. This will prevent the ferrite from sliding away
from the SMB antenna connector. Take caution not to over tighten. The ferrite must be
installed properly prior to operation of the WAN radio.
Warning:
Changes or modifications to this unit not expressly approved by the party responsible
for compliance could void the user’s authority to operate the equipment.”
19)
Connect the DEX plug to the vending machine DEX jack. This DEX jack (if installed)
can be found on either the vending machine control board or on a harness plugged into
the vending machine control board.
Note: If the machine has no DEX jack, ensure that you tie off the harness from
the P1 connector so it does not impede machine operations. The EZ1001 remote
data port does not need DEX capability to transmit credit card information.
Dress and secure harnesses as required using wire ties.
Power on the vending machine. A solid green LED should be visible through the DEX
socket (J1) located on the front of the data port (See Diagram on next page).
20)
21)
22)
Some vending machines require the presence of a card reader to be programmed in the
vending machine configurations. Check your vending machine users manual or consult
your vending machine manufacturer for details and instructions. If configuration
changes are required, make the changes at this point of the install process. Once the
configuration changes are completed, power down the vending machine door and
power up again after a short wait (10-30 seconds).
23)
Close the vending machine door and check the Combo Bezel display. The display will
say “ Waiting for Network Connect”.
24)
Once the RDP establishes communication network server, the Combo Bezel display
will momentarily change to “ Insert Cash or Swipe Card.” The display will then change
to “Settlement in Progress.” When settlement is completed “ Insert Cash or Swipe
Card” will return to the display.
25)
The installation is now complete and ready for testing.
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INSTALLATION DIAGRAM
Connection for
WLAN antenna
The GPRS antenna must
be connected prior to
power up.
DEX socket
Bottom
Not used
Connect to DEX plug to
the Vending Machine
DEX socket
Vending
Machine
Not used
Not used
To Bill
Acceptor
To Coin
Mechanism
Connect to harness
from the combo bezel
on the series 2000
Coin
Mech
Bill Acceptor
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MDB Vending Machine
EZ1001 Remote Data Port & Combo Bezel Installation
WLAN Only Option (p/n 216822001)
Required Components:
Description
Part Number
WLAN Only System Kit
216822001
Includes:
EZ1001 Remote Data Port (RDP)
WLAN Antenna
RDP P1 Power/DEX/MDB harness
RDP P2 Combo Acceptor Interface harness
Mounting anchors for tie wraps
Harness tie wraps
Install Guide
VN2562 U5M (VN2000 Series bill acceptor)
Includes:
Combo Bezel
MDB harness
250001311
Installation Instructions
1)
2)
3)
4)
Check vending machine for normal operation and clear all errors.
Power off the vending machine door.
Unpack the GPRS Only Kit and identify system components (pages 5-7).
Open the RDP connector cover and securely connect P1 and P2 harnesses to the RDP
(see page 21). Observe orientation of the key. Ridge connector must face up. Close
the connector cover.
5)
Connect the WLAN antenna cable.
Note: The Wireless Local Area Network (WLAN) antenna is identified by a push type connector and must
be connected to the Transmit and Receive receptacle on the RDP (see page 21).
6)
Select a location for the RDP in the vending machine door and “dry test” the fit.
Check for visible machine obstructions, harness routing options, and harness length
requirements.
Note: The WLAN antenna may be secured either inside or outside the vending machine depending on space
constrictions. The WLAN antenna strength may be influenced by line of sight obstacles between vending
machines and placement constraints in or on the vending machine. The GPRS Antenna and WLAN antenna
both come with an adhesive bottom for easier mounting.
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7)
8)
9)
10)
11)
12)
13)
14)
Once satisfied with the potential RDP location, remove the RDP with attached
harnesses and set aside. Thoroughly clean the machine surface around the area where
the RDP will be installed. The surface should be clear of any dirt, dust, oils, or other
foreign substances.
Disconnect the antenna cable from the RDP and set aside.
Remove the plastic adhesive backing from the hook and loop strips on the back of the
RDP and firmly secure the RDP to the chosen mounting location. Check the security
of the P1 and P2 connections once the RDP has been secured to the machine surface.
Install zip tie anchors below the RDP P1 and P2 connections. Using the zip ties
provided, secure the P1 and P2 harnesses to the anchors.
Remove existing bill acceptor (if not already a VN2562).
Install VN2562 U5M bill acceptor (see Series 2000 install guide).
Connect the P1 and P2 harnesses according to the diagram on page 21. The P1 MDB
power and communication route should be as follows:
a. From the VMC to the P1 harness
b. From the P1 harness to the RDP and to the VN2562 MDB harness
c. From the VN2562 MDB harness to the Coin Mech harness
The P2 harness is connected to the Combo Bezel harness (see diagram on page 21).
Install WLAN Antenna
The Wireless Local Area Network (WLAN) antenna is identified by a push type
connector and must be connected to the Transmit and Receive receptacle on the RDP.
The WLAN antenna may be secured either inside or outside the vending machine
depending on space constrictions. The WLAN antenna strength may be influenced by
line of sight obstacles between vending machines and placement constraints in or on the
vending machine. The WLAN antenna comes with an adhesive bottom for easier
mounting. Thoroughly clean the machine surface around the area where the WLAN
antenna will be installed. The surface should be clear of any dirt, dust, oils, or other
foreign substances.
15)
Push the Antenna connector into the RDP transmit and receive receptacle on the RDP
(see diagram on page 21).
16)
Connect the DEX plug to the vending machine DEX jack. This DEX jack (if
installed) can be found on either the vending machine control board or on a harness
plugged into the vending machine control board.
Note: If the machine has no DEX jack, ensure that you tie off the harness from
the P1 connector so it does not impede machine operations. The EZ1001 remote
data port does not need DEX capability to transmit credit card information.
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17)
Dress and secure harnesses as required using wire ties.
18)
Power on the vending machine. A solid green LED should be visible through the DEX
socket (J1) located on the front of the data port (See Diagram on next page).
19)
Some vending machines require the presence of a card reader to be programmed in the
vending machine configurations. Check your vending machine users manual or consult
your vending machine manufacturer for details and instructions. If configuration
changes are required, make the changes at this point of the install process. Once the
configuration changes are completed, power down the vending machine door and
power up again after a short wait (10-30 seconds).
20)
Close the vending machine door and check the Combo Bezel display. The display will
say “ Waiting for Network Connect”.
21)
Once the RDP establishes communication network server, the Combo Bezel display
will momentarily change to “ Insert Cash or Swipe Card.” The display will then change
to “Settlement in Progress.” When settlement is completed “ Insert Cash or Swipe
Card” will return to the display.
22)
The installation is now complete and ready for testing.
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INSTALLATION DIAGRAM
Connection for
WLAN antenna
The GPRS antenna must
be connected prior to
power up.
DEX socket
Bottom
Not used
Connect to DEX plug to
the Vending Machine
DEX socket
Vending
Machine
Not used
Not used
To Bill
Acceptor
To Coin
Mechanism
Connect to harness
from the combo bezel
on the series 2000
Coin
Mech
Bill Acceptor
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WLAN Module
USA, (902-928Mhz) FCC ID: QP8MEI915WLAN
“This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two
conditions: (1) this device may not cause harmful interference, and (2) this device must accept
any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation.”
“Warning: Changes or modifications to this unit not expressly approved by the party
responsible for compliance could void the user’s authority to operate the equipment.”
Canada, (902-928Mhz) Canada: MEI915WLAN
“This Class B digital apparatus complies with Canadian ICES-003.”
“Cet appareil numerique de la classe B est conforme a la norme NMB-003 du Canada.”
“Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1) this device may not cause
interference, and (2) this device must accept any interference, including interference that may
cause undesired operation of the device.”
“This device has been designed to operate with an antenna having a maximum gain of 0 dB.
Antennas having a higher gain is strictly prohibited per regulations of Industry Canada. The
required antenna impedance is 50 ohms.”
In order to comply with CFR47 part 1.1310, antennas shall be installed so that a separation
distance of 20cm (8 inches) is maintained from individuals during normal use.
WANModule GPRS:
FCCID: O9Q2426-SK
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