Allied S995 TSL Product information

Allied S995 TSL Product information
Texaco/ANDI/POS Manual
ALLIED ELECTRONICS, INC
STATION SITE CONTROLLER (SSC)
Training Manual
Texaco / ANDI / POS
ALLIED ELECTRONICS, INC
2210 FARRAGUT AVENUE
BRISTOL, PA 19007-0624
PHONE: 215.785.6200
FAX: 215.785.0230
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Table of Contents
1.
2.
General Information......................................................................................................1-1
1.1.
Installation Environment............................................................................................1-1
1.2.
Warranty ...................................................................................................................1-1
1.3.
FCC Warning ............................................................................................................1-2
1.4.
Overview ...................................................................................................................1-3
Installation Information ................................................................................................2-1
2.1.
Procedures................................................................................................................2-1
2.2. Configuration Diagrams ............................................................................................2-2
2.2.1. SSC/POS to Bennett (1 – 16 Fueling Points) .....................................................2-2
2.2.2. SSC/POS to Bennett (1 - 24 Fueling Points)......................................................2-3
2.2.3. SSC/POS to Gilbarco .........................................................................................2-4
2.2.4. SSC/POS to Tokheim RPS ................................................................................2-5
2.2.5. SSC/POS to Tokheim ........................................................................................2-6
2.2.6. SSC/POS to Wayne ...........................................................................................2-7
3.
Programming ................................................................................................................3-1
3.1. Dispenser and Card Reader Addressing ..................................................................3-1
3.1.1. Bennett Addressing............................................................................................3-1
3.1.1.1. Dispensers and DCAs.................................................................................3-1
3.1.2. Gilbarco Addressing...........................................................................................3-2
3.1.2.1. Gilbarco CRIND jumper settings .................................................................3-2
3.1.2.2. Gilbarco Distribution box jumper settings....................................................3-3
3.1.2.3. Gilbarco Dispensers and CRINDs...............................................................3-4
3.1.2.4. Gilbarco Blending Dispensers.....................................................................3-5
3.1.2.5. Gilbarco Security Module (GSM) for Debit..................................................3-8
3.1.3. Tokheim RPS Addressing ..................................................................................3-9
3.1.3.1. Tokheim RPS Dispensers and CARDSCAN...............................................3-9
3.1.3.2. Tokheim RPS Blending Dispensers ..........................................................3-10
3.1.3.3. Tokheim RPS Access/Security Module (SAM/SSM) for Debit ..................3-11
3.1.4. Tokheim Addressing ........................................................................................3-12
3.1.4.1. Tokheim Model #67 Interface boxes .........................................................3-12
3.1.4.2. Tokheim Dispensers and DPTs ................................................................3-13
3.1.4.3. Tokheim Blending Dispensers ..................................................................3-14
3.1.4.4. Tokheim Debit...........................................................................................3-16
3.1.5. Wayne Addressing ...........................................................................................3-17
3.1.5.1. Wayne CAT Interface Board .....................................................................3-17
3.1.5.2. Wayne Dispensers and CATs ...................................................................3-17
3.1.5.3. Wayne “Vista” Dispensers ........................................................................3-18
3.1.5.4. Wayne “Vista” Blending Dispensers..........................................................3-18
3.1.5.5. Wayne Blending Quick Reference Guide..................................................3-23
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3.2.
SSC Parameters Values and Options.....................................................................3-24
3.3. Keypads ..................................................................................................................3-25
3.3.1. Bennett.............................................................................................................3-25
3.3.2. Gilbarco............................................................................................................3-26
3.3.3. Tokheim RPS ...................................................................................................3-33
3.3.4. Tokheim ...........................................................................................................3-39
3.3.5. Wayne ..............................................................................................................3-47
3.4. Peripheral Devices..................................................................................................3-53
3.4.1. Tank Gauge System ........................................................................................3-53
4.
Service...........................................................................................................................4-1
4.1. SSC Diagrams ..........................................................................................................4-2
4.1.1. SSC Main Board ................................................................................................4-2
4.1.2. SSC Main Board Descriptions............................................................................4-3
4.1.3. Power Supply (Old style, discontinued)..............................................................4-4
4.1.4. Power Supply (New style) ..................................................................................4-5
4.1.5. LCD Display .......................................................................................................4-7
4.1.6. Code & Ram Boards ..........................................................................................4-8
4.1.7. All Communication Boards ...............................................................................4-10
4.2. Communication Boards...........................................................................................4-11
4.2.1. Gilbarco Current Loop Board - P/N 399-1410-GIL (Discontinued) ...................4-11
4.2.2. 12 Volt Serial Board - P/N 399-1512 ................................................................4-12
4.2.3. RS-232-F Fully Populated Board - P/N 399-1610-F.........................................4-13
4.2.4. RS485 Modified Card Reader Board - P/N 399-1710-M (Discontinued) ..........4-13
4.2.5. 6 Channel Current Loop Board - P/N 399-2110 ...............................................4-14
4.2.6. 6 Channel Multiplexer Board - P/N 399-2210...................................................4-15
4.2.7. 2-Wire / 4-Wire Current Loop Board - P/N 499-2410 .......................................4-16
4.2.8. RS-485 Card Reader Board - P/N 499-2710....................................................4-17
4.2.9. RS-485 Card Reader Board - P/N 499-3710....................................................4-18
4.3. Cable Pin Assignments...........................................................................................4-19
4.3.1. POS Communication Cables............................................................................4-19
4.3.2. Bennett Pump and DCA Communication Cable...............................................4-20
4.3.3. Gilbarco Pump and CRIND Control Cables......................................................4-21
4.3.4. Gilbarco Security Module Cable.......................................................................4-22
4.3.5. Tokheim RPS Distribution Box .........................................................................4-23
4.3.6. Tokheim RPS Security Module ........................................................................4-24
4.3.7. Tokheim Pump Control (Single) .......................................................................4-25
4.3.8. Tokheim Pump Control (Dual)..........................................................................4-26
4.3.9. Tokheim DPT ...................................................................................................4-27
4.3.10. Wayne PIB/Electronic Central Dispenser Control Cable ................................4-28
4.3.11. Wayne CAT....................................................................................................4-28
4.3.12. Wayne CAT (With the CAT IF board) .............................................................4-29
4.3.13. TLS-250/350/350R or Equivalent Cable.........................................................4-30
4.3.14. PAD Cable .....................................................................................................4-31
4.3.15. VSAT Cable ...................................................................................................4-31
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4.4. Technical Tips.........................................................................................................4-32
4.4.1. Power-Up Diagnostics......................................................................................4-32
4.4.2. Memory All vs. Memory Dispenser...................................................................4-35
4.4.3. Performing Memory All , Memory Dis or Normal Start .....................................4-36
4.4.4. Display System Information..............................................................................4-38
4.4.5. Display Channel Information ............................................................................4-39
4.4.6. SSC Diagnostic Messages...............................................................................4-40
4.4.7. Card Reader Diagnostics .................................................................................4-41
4.4.8. TLS Diagnostics ...............................................................................................4-41
4.4.9. Software Cross Reference Charts....................................................................4-42
4.4.9.1. Bennett Dispenser and DCA Software versions .......................................4-43
4.4.9.2. Gilbarco Dispenser and CRIND Software versions...................................4-44
4.4.9.3. Tokheim RPS / Tokheim Dispenser and CardScan Software versions.....4-45
4.4.9.4. Tokheim Dispenser and DPT Software versions ......................................4-45
4.4.9.5. Wayne Dispenser and CAT Software versions .........................................4-46
4.4.9.6. ANDI Software versions............................................................................4-47
4.5. Problems and Solutions ..........................................................................................4-48
4.5.1. Channel Status Messages ...............................................................................4-48
4.5.2. 5V Power Supply Voltage ................................................................................4-51
4.5.3. SSC Display .....................................................................................................4-55
4.5.4. No Communication SSC Messages .................................................................4-58
4.5.5. Card Reader Display ........................................................................................4-63
4.6.
Replacement Parts List ...........................................................................................4-71
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1. General Information
1.1.
Installation Environment
1. The Allied Electronics Station Site Controller (SSC) operates on 115 Vac @60hz,36
watts. The SSC is supplied with approximately 8ft. of 115 Vac power cord, and
should be connected to an approved isolated ground receptacle on its own dedicated
circuit. The SSC must be installed in a temperature controlled environment (between
320 F and 1000 F).
2. Allied Electronics recommends that the SSC be installed with a UL Listed Power
Conditioner to protect against power surges, low voltage (brown outs), and lightning.
3. The SSC must be installed in accordance with the National Electrical Code (NFPA
70), the Automotive and Marine Service Station Code (NFPA 30A), and all state and
local electrical codes.
4. The SSC must be installed indoors, above the Class 1, Division 2 Hazardous
location.
5. All field wiring (that is, all wiring connected directly to dispensing devices) should be
oil and gas resistant, as required by Paragraph 501-13 of the NEC, and should be
sealed in accordance with Article 500 of the NEC.
6. For use with peripheral devices which are UL Listed, have an EIA RS232C (or
RS422A) communication protocol, and are installed over a hazardous location.
1.2.
Warranty
The SSC has a one year parts warranty only, from date of installation, which can either
be phoned in or submitted using the warranty/registration card enclosed in every SSC. If
the start up information is not registered with our office within thirty (30) days of
installation, warranty will begin from the date of shipment. Allied will warrant all parts
against defects but not against physical damage or improper installation. All parts being
returned "under warranty" must be accompanied with a Allied RMA number. When
calling Allied for RMA numbers for SSC main boards, the individual will be asked for the
main board serial number, located on the upper center edge of the Main Board, and a
description of the problem.
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1.3.
FCC Warning
This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and if not
installed and used in accordance with the instruction manual, may cause interference to
radio communications. It has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a
Class "A" computing device pursuant to Subpart B of Part 15 of the FCC Rules, which
are designed to provide reasonable protection against such interference when operated
in a commercial environment. Operation of this equipment in a residential area is likely
to cause interference, in which case the user, at his own expense, will be required to
take whatever measures may be required to correct the interference.
Changes or modifications not expressly approved by the party responsible for
compliance could void the user's authority to operate the equipment.
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1.4.
Overview
The SSC interfaces to the following devices:
See the “Technical Tips” section for dispenser models that are supported.
Bennett Dispensers & DCAs
1. Bennett (7000, 8000 & 9000) series Dispensers and DCA’s (9000 series with
Model 92D electronics only) and the Horizon dispenser via a 6 Channel
multiplexer board connected to the Distribution box.
Gilbarco Dispensers & CRINDs
1. Gilbarco Dispensers via a 40 ma current loop board or the new 20/45 ma current
loop board* which is connected to the Blue/Black or the Universal Distribution Box.
2. Gilbarco Generic CRINDs, Monochrome / Info-Screen Graphics displays and Cash
acceptors via a 45 ma current loop board which is connected to the Universal
Distribution box.
3. GSM (Gilbarco Security Module) is required for CRIND systems with debit support.
The SSC communicates to the GSM via a fully populated RS-232 board.
*Note: The 40ma current loop board, part #399-1410-GIL has been discontinued. This
board has been replaced with the 20/45 ma current loop board part #499-2410. A more
detailed description of this board can be found in the “Communication Boards” section
of this manual.
Tokheim RPS Dispensers & Card Scan
1. Tokheim RPS Dispensers and Card Scan units via a 6 Channel current loop
board connected to the Distribution box.
2. Sam/SSM module for Debit via a fully populated RS-232 board.
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Tokheim Dispensers & DPTs
1. Tokheim Dispensers via a 12V Serial interface board connected to the Model 98,
or 67 Interface Boxes.
2. Tokheim Generic DPTs, Graphic displays, Debit modules and Cash acceptors via
an RS-485 interface board connected to the Model 69 interface box.
Wayne Dispensers & CATs
1. Wayne Dispensers via a 7-wire Fully Populated RS-232 communication board
connected to the Wayne PIB which is located in the Electronic Central.
2. Wayne CATs, Graphic displays, Debit MSM modules and Cash acceptors via an
RS-485 interface board connected to either a J-Box or the CAT IF board.
Point - Of - Sale (POS)
1. Generic PC Based Point -Of -Sale Computer via a fully populated RS-232 board.
Supporting the ANDI protocol interface.
PAD
1. Packet Assembler Disassembler (PAD) network interface device used to
communicate to the X.25 network via a fully populated RS-232 board.
Tank gauge
1. Veeder Root TLS 250, 350 & 350R or equivalent tank gauge system via a fully
populated RS-232 board.
2. Any Tank Gauge system that uses the Veeder Root protocol.
Car Wash
1. Ryko III, Ryko IV, Unitec POS 4000 and the Unitec/Interlink Car Wash controllers
via a fully populated RS-232 board.
2. Ryko compatible controllers
VSAT
1. Hughes satellite system used to communicate to the Credit Card host via a fully
populated RS-232 board.
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2. Installation Information
2.1.
Procedures
1. Hardware Installation
a. Mount SSC unit onto wall.
b. Route and connect all communication cables as labeled.
Refer to “Configuration Diagrams” section.
c. Apply AC power to unit.
The SSC software will first initialize the hardware and then run some internal
diagnostics before starting the application program. To indicate that the software is
active, the SSC will display the following:
d. The prompt will display, Ö
[SSC System Reset]
[Initializing ...]
SSC will next show the following on the display for several seconds.
Ö
[Software Version]
[SSC Warm Start ]
SSC will then show the following on the display when ready.
Ö
[Software Version]
[ Date & Time ]
If you have these prompts, then proceed to next step, if not refer to the
“Power-Up Diagnostics” of the Technical Tips section.
2. Programming steps
a. Program the dispensers*.
b. Program the SSC via the POS**.
Note* - Dispenser programming is not within the scope of this manual.
Note** - It is not within the scope of this manual to supply complete step-by-step
programming of the POS.
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2.2.
Configuration Diagrams
2.2.1. SSC/POS to Bennett (1 – 16 Fueling Points)
POS
#1
POS
#5
POS
#2
POS
#6
POS
#3
POS
#4
Bennett
4 FP/CR
CH9
CH2
CH10
CH3
CH11
Station CH12
Site
CH5 Controller CH13
POS
#7
POS
#8
CH4
Bennett
6 FP/CR
Bennett
6 FP/CR
CH1
Bennett
Distribution
Box
CH6
CH14
CH7
CH15
CH8
CH16
TLS Port 1
PAD or VSAT
Credit Host
PAD
Remote
Computer
This figure describes an SSC/POS to Bennett with DCA installation 1 to 16 Fueling
Positions.
Communication Boards
CH1 (POS) ...................................0399-1610-F (RS-232 Fully Populated board)
CH2 (POS) ”Optional”...................0399-1610-F (RS-232 Fully Populated board)
CH3 (POS) “Optional”...................0399-1610-F (RS-232 Fully Populated board)
CH4 (POS) “Optional”...................0399-1610-F (RS-232 Fully Populated board)
CH5 (Dispenser).......................... 0399-2210 (6 Channel Multiplexer board)
CH6 (Dispenser) “Optional” ........ 0399-2210 (6 Channel Multiplexer board)
CH7 (Dispenser) “Optional” ........ 0399-2210 (6 Channel Multiplexer board)
CH9 (POS) ”Optional”...................0399-1610-F (RS-232 Fully Populated board)
CH10 (POS) ”Optional”.................0399-1610-F (RS-232 Fully Populated board)
CH11 (POS) “Optional”.................0399-1610-F (RS-232 Fully Populated board)
CH12 (POS) “Optional”.................0399-1610-F (RS-232 Fully Populated board)
CH13 (TLS Tank Gauge)..............0399-1610-F (RS-232 Fully Populated board)
CH15 (PAD or VSAT) ...................0399-1610-F (RS-232 Fully Populated board)
CH16 (PAD)..................................0399-1610-F (RS-232 Fully Populated board)
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2.2.2. SSC/POS to Bennett (1 - 24 Fueling Points)
POS
#1
POS
#5
POS
#2
POS
#6
POS
#3
POS
#4
Bennett
6 FP/CR
Bennett
6 FP/CR
Bennett
6 FP/CR
Bennett
6 FP/CR
CH1
CH9
CH2
CH10
CH3
CH11
Station CH12
Site
CH5 Controller CH13
POS
#7
POS
#8
CH4
Bennett
Distribution
Box
Bennett
Distribution
Box
CH6
CH14
CH7
CH15
CH8
CH16
TLS Port 1
PAD or VSAT
Credit Host
PAD
Remote
Computer
This figure describes an SSC/POS to Bennett with DCA installation 1 to 24 Fueling
Positions.
Communication Boards
CH1 (POS) ...................................0399-1610-F (RS-232 Fully Populated board)
CH2 (POS) ”Optional”...................0399-1610-F (RS-232 Fully Populated board)
CH3 (POS) “Optional”...................0399-1610-F (RS-232 Fully Populated board)
CH4 (POS) “Optional”...................0399-1610-F (RS-232 Fully Populated board)
CH5 (Dispenser).......................... 0399-2210 (6 Channel Multiplexer board)
CH6 (Dispenser) “Optional” ........ 0399-2210 (6 Channel Multiplexer board)
CH7 (Dispenser) “Optional” ........ 0399-2210 (6 Channel Multiplexer board)
CH8 (Dispenser) “Optional” ........ 0399-2210 (6 Channel Multiplexer board)
CH9 (POS) ”Optional”...................0399-1610-F (RS-232 Fully Populated board)
CH10 (POS) ”Optional”.................0399-1610-F (RS-232 Fully Populated board)
CH11 (POS) “Optional”.................0399-1610-F (RS-232 Fully Populated board)
CH12 (POS) “Optional”.................0399-1610-F (RS-232 Fully Populated board)
CH13 (TLS Tank Gauge)..............0399-1610-F (RS-232 Fully Populated board)
CH15 (PAD or VSAT) ...................0399-1610-F (RS-232 Fully Populated board)
CH16 (PAD)..................................0399-1610-F (RS-232 Fully Populated board)
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2.2.3. SSC/POS to Gilbarco
POS
#1
POS
#2
CH1
CH9
CH2
CH10
CH3
CH11
POS
#5
POS
#6
Station CH12
Site
CH5 Controller CH13
POS
#7
CH6
CH14
POS
#8
CH7
CH15
CH8
CH16
CH4
POS
#3
POS
#4
Gilbacro
1 to 16 F.P.
Gilbarco
Dist. Box
Gilbarco
17 to 32 F.P.
Gilbarco
Dist. Box
CRIND/Cash
1 to 32
Universal
Dist. Box
TLS Port 1
PAD or VSAT
Credit Host
PAD
Remote
Computer
Debit
GSM
This figure describes an SSC/POS to Gilbarco with CRIND installation.
Communication Boards
CH1 (POS) ...................................0399-1610-F (RS-232 Fully Populated board)
CH2 (POS) “Optional”...................0399-1610-F (RS-232 Fully Populated board)
CH3 (POS) “Optional”...................0399-1610-F (RS-232 Fully Populated board)
CH4 (POS) “Optional”...................0399-1610-F (RS-232 Fully Populated board)
CH5 (Dispenser)...........................499-2410 (Current loop board)
CH6 (Dispenser) “Optional” ......... 499-2410 (Current loop board)
CH7 (Optional CRIND/Cash) ....... 499-2410 (Current loop board)
CH8 (Debit) “Optional”..................0399-1610-F (RS-232 Fully Populated board)
CH9 (POS) “Optional”...................0399-1610-F (RS-232 Fully Populated board)
CH10 (POS) “Optional”.................0399-1610-F (RS-232 Fully Populated board)
CH11(POS) “Optional”..................0399-1610-F (RS-232 Fully Populated board)
CH12 (POS) “Optional”.................0399-1610-F (RS-232 Fully Populated board)
CH13 (TLS Tank Gauge)..............0399-1610-F (RS-232 Fully Populated board)
CH15 (PAD or VSAT) ...................0399-1610-F (RS-232 Fully Populated board)
CH16 (PAD)..................................0399-1610-F (RS-232 Fully Populated board)
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2.2.4. SSC/POS to Tokheim RPS
POS
#1
POS
#2
CH1
CH9
CH2
CH10
CH3
CH11
POS
#5
POS
#6
Station CH12
Site
CH5 Controller CH13
POS
#7
CH6
CH14
POS
#8
CH7
CH15
CH8
CH16
CH4
POS
#3
POS
#4
Up to 6 Disp.
12 FP/CR
Up to 6 Disp.
12 FP/CR
TLS Port 1
Sch.
PAD or VSAT
Credit Host
J-Box
Up to 6 Disp.
12 FP/CR
PAD
Remote
Computer
Debit SAM/SSM
This figure describes an SSC/POS to Tokheim RPS with Card Scan installation.
Communication Boards
CH1 (POS) ...................................0399-1610-F (RS-232 Fully Populated board)
CH2 (POS) “Optional”...................0399-1610-F (RS-232 Fully Populated board)
CH3 (POS) “Optional”...................0399-1610-F (RS-232 Fully Populated board)
CH4 (POS) “Optional”...................0399-1610-F (RS-232 Fully Populated board)
CH5 (Dispenser).......................... 0399-2110 (6 Channel current loop board)
CH6 (Dispenser) “Optional” ........ 0399-2110 (6 Channel current loop board)
CH7 (Dispenser) “Optional” ........ 0399-2110 (6 Channel current loop board)
CH8 (Debit) “Optional”..................0399-1610-F (RS-232 Fully Populated board)
CH9 (POS) “Optional”...................0399-1610-F (RS-232 Fully Populated board)
CH10 (POS) “Optional”.................0399-1610-F (RS-232 Fully Populated board)
CH11 (POS) “Optional”.................0399-1610-F (RS-232 Fully Populated board)
CH12 (POS) “Optional”.................0399-1610-F (RS-232 Fully Populated board)
CH13 (TLS Tank Gauge)..............0399-1610-F (RS-232 Fully Populated board)
CH15 (PAD or VSAT) ...................0399-1610-F (RS-232 Fully Populated board)
CH16 (PAD)..................................0399-1610-F (RS-232 Fully Populated board)
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2.2.5. SSC/POS to Tokheim
POS
#1
POS
#5
POS
#2
POS
#6
POS
#3
POS
#4
CH9
CH2
CH10
CH3
CH11
Station CH12
Site
CH5 Controller CH13
POS
#7
POS
#8
CH4
Tokheim
1 to 16
Fuel Positions
Tokheim
Distribution
Box
Tokheim
17 to 32
Fuel Positions
Tokheim
Distribution
Box
DPT’s
1 to 32
CH1
CH6
CH14
CH7
CH15
CH8
CH16
TLS Port 1
PAD or VSAT
Credit Host
PAD
Remote
Computer
69 Box
(J1)
This figure describes an SSC/POS to Tokheim with DPT installation.
Communication Boards
CH1 (POS) ...................................0399-1610-F (RS-232 Fully Populated board)
CH2 (POS) “Optional”...................0399-1610-F (RS-232 Fully Populated board)
CH3 (POS) “Optional”...................0399-1610-F (RS-232 Fully Populated board)
CH4 (POS) “Optional”...................0399-1610-F (RS-232 Fully Populated board)
CH5 (Dispenser)...........................0399-1512 (12 volt serial interface board)
CH6 (Dispenser) “Optional”...........0399-1512 (12 volt serial interface board)
CH7 (DPT’s) “Optional” ...............499-2710 or 499-3710 (RS-485 board)
CH9 (POS) “Optional”...................0399-1610-F (RS-232 Fully Populated board)
CH10 (POS) “Optional”.................0399-1610-F (RS-232 Fully Populated board)
CH11 (POS) “Optional”.................0399-1610-F (RS-232 Fully Populated board)
CH12 (POS) “Optional”.................0399-1610-F (RS-232 Fully Populated board)
CH13 (TLS Tank Gauge)..............0399-1610-F (RS-232 Fully Populated board)
CH15 (PAD or VSAT) ...................0399-1610-F (RS-232 Fully Populated board)
CH16 (PAD)..................................0399-1610-F (RS-232 Fully Populated board)
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2.2.6. SSC/POS to Wayne
POS
#1
POS
#2
POS
#4
CAT/Cash
1 to 24
CH9
CH2
CH10
CH3
CH11
POS
#6
Station CH12
Site
CH5 Controller CH13
POS
#7
CH4
POS
#3
Wayne
1 to 24 F.P.
POS
#5
CH1
Wayne / PIB
Elec,Central
CH6
CH14
CH7
CH15
CH8
CH16
J-Box
or
CAT IF
POS
#8
TLS Port 1
PAD or VSAT
Credit Host
PAD
Remote
Computer
MSM “Debit”
This figure describes an SSC/POS to Wayne with CAT installation.
Communication Boards
CH1 (POS) ...................................0399-1610-F (RS-232 Fully Populated board)
CH2 (POS) “Optional”...................0399-1610-F (RS-232 Fully Populated board)
CH3 (POS) “Optional”...................0399-1610-F (RS-232 Fully Populated board)
CH4 (POS) “Optional”...................0399-1610-F (RS-232 Fully Populated board)
CH5 (Dispenser).......................... 0399-1610-F (RS-232 Fully Populated board)
CH7* (CAT/Cash).....…….…….....499-2710 or 499-3710 (RS485 board)
CH9 (POS) “Optional”...................0399-1610-F (RS-232 Fully Populated board)
CH10 (POS) “Optional”.................0399-1610-F (RS-232 Fully Populated board)
CH11(POS) “Optional”..................0399-1610-F (RS-232 Fully Populated board)
CH12 (POS) “Optional”.................0399-1610-F (RS-232 Fully Populated board)
CH13 (TLS Tank Gauge)..............0399-1610-F (RS-232 Fully Populated board)
CH15 (PAD)..................................0399-1610-F (RS-232 Fully Populated board)
CH16 (PAD)..................................0399-1610-F (RS-232 Fully Populated board)
* If a CAT IF board is present the 499-3710 RS-485 board must be used.
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3. Programming
3.1.
Dispenser and Card Reader Addressing
3.1.1. Bennett Addressing
3.1.1.1. Dispensers and DCAs
Four Channels (5, 6, 7 & 8) have been designated to communicate with the Bennett
Dispensers/DCA’s. Each Channel supports up to 6 fueling positions.
The DCA address is automatically set when the fueling position address is programmed
for each dispenser. The DCA address will match the fueling position address. However,
after the correct fueling position address is programmed the dispenser will always
display a “0” for all DCA addresses, this is correct. This must remain set to “0” in order
for the system to function properly.
Example:
SSC Channel
CH-5
CH-5
CH-5
CH-5
CH-5
CH-5
CH-6
CH-6
CH-6
CH-6
CH-6
CH-6
CH-7
CH-7
CH-7
CH-7
CH-7
CH-7
CH-8
CH-8
CH-8
CH-8
CH-8
CH-8
Fueling Positions
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
DCA Address
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
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3.1.2. Gilbarco Addressing
3.1.2.1. Gilbarco CRIND jumper settings
The following is a list of the jumper settings for the Gilbarco CRINDs
Jumper
JP1
JP14
JP 16
Description
Watchdog
GEN/MOC
Spare Input
JP13
JP11
Side A
Cold Start
JP4 - JP8
CRIND Address
Setting
Installed
Installed
Installed- Sets the baud rate for the
CRIND to 4800.
When appropriate
Installed on initial startup.
The CRIND will prompt for this to be
removed after a complete cold start.
Set for the appropriate address- one
behind the pump address.
ex: FP #1, C/R 0, etc.
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3.1.2.2. Gilbarco Distribution box jumper settings
The SSC communicates with the Gilbarco dispensers and CRINDs via two wire
communications and uses 45ma current loop boards.
Channels 5 and 6 on the SSC can each communicate with up to sixteen fueling
positions. Channel 7 can communicate with up to 32 CRINDs.
The following is a list of the Jumper settings for the Gilbarco universal distribution box
for Pump and CRIND communications.
Two wire configuration (45ma)
Jumper
JP10
JP12
JP9
JP14
Jumper setting for Boards 1 and 2
Horizontal
Horizontal
Horizontal (Pumps/CRINDs)
Installed
Single and dual board configurations
1) 1 board, 1 input, 8 loops for dispensers, CRINDs
2) 2 boards, 1 input , 16 loops for dispensers or CRINDs on boards 1 & 2
3) 2 boards, 2 inputs, 8 loops for dispensers on board 1 and 8 loops for CRINDs on
board 2 or 8 loops for dispensers on board 1 and 8 loops for dispensers on board 2.
Option
1
1
2
2
3
3
Jumper setting for Board 1
JP11, set to “B”
JP13, set to “B”
JP11, set to “B”
JP13, set to “A”
JP11, set to “B”
JP13, set to “B”
Jumper setting for Board 2
N/A
N/A
JP11, set to “A”
JP13, set to “B”
JP11, set to “B”
JP13, set to “B”
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3.1.2.3. Gilbarco Dispensers and CRINDs
Two Channels (5 and 6) have been designated to communicate with the Gilbarco
dispensers. Each Channel can accommodate up to 16 fueling positions. The address of
the first fueling position on Channel 5 will be set to address “1”, the second to address
“2” etc. If Channel 6 is used, the address of the first fueling position connected on this
Channel will also be set to address “1”, the second to address “2” etc. See example.
The SSC uses Channel 7 to communicate with the Gilbarco CRINDs. The CRIND
device address must be one less than the fueling position number.
Fueling Position
Fueling Position
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
Address
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
CRIND Address
SSC
Channel
CH-5
CH-5
CH-5
CH-5
CH-5
CH-5
CH-5
CH-5
CH-5
CH-5
CH-5
CH-5
CH-5
CH-5
CH-5
CH-5
CH-6
CH-6
CH-6
CH-6
CH-6
CH-6
CH-6
CH-6
CH-6
CH-6
CH-6
CH-6
CH-6
CH-6
CH-6
CH-6
Advantage
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
Encore
32
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
SSC
Channel
CH-7
CH-7
CH-7
CH-7
CH-7
CH-7
CH-7
CH-7
CH-7
CH-7
CH-7
CH-7
CH-7
CH-7
CH-7
CH-7
CH-7
CH-7
CH-7
CH-7
CH-7
CH-7
CH-7
CH-7
CH-7
CH-7
CH-7
CH-7
CH-7
CH-7
CH-7
CH-7
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3.1.2.4. Gilbarco Blending Dispensers
Gilbarco Variable Blenders
The ANDI interfaces to the following Gilbarco variable Blenders:
3+0
3+1
4+0
4+1
5+0
5+1
A variable blender without diesel, or 3+0, will have position 1, grade 1 on the left on both
sides of the pump. Gilbarco products are mapped as positions 1, 3 and 5 (Advantage)
and positions 1, 2 and 3 (Advantage with “Optimized” electronics), Low grade, Mid
grade and High grade respectively, from left to right when facing each side of the
dispenser. A 5+0 will have the products mapped as positions 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5. Low
grade, blend grade 1, blend grade 2, blend grade 3 and High grade. The following is an
example of a 3+0.
product 3
product 2
product 1
position 5
position 3
position 3
position 2
position 1
position 1
product 1
product 2
product 3
position 1
position 1
position 3
position 2
position 5
position 3
B side
Advantage
Adv. w/ optimized & Encore
A side
Advantage
Adv. w/ optimized & Encore
An advantage variable blender with diesel, or 3 + 1, will always have the diesel product
for each side mirrored with one another. The diesel will be on the right when facing side
A, while diesel will be on the left when facing side B. Gilbarco maps the diesel product
as product 6. The remaining grades are mapped the same as the 3 + 0 described
above. The pump is shown below:
product 3
product 2
product 1
product 4
position 5
position 3
position 3
position 2
position 1
position 1
position 6
position 6
product 1
product 2
product 3
product 4
position 1
position 1
position 3
position 2
position 5
position 3
position 6
position 6
B Side
Advantage
Adv. w/ optimized & Encore
A Side
Advantage
Adv. w/ optimized & Encore
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Product to Position Mapping for Gilbarco Variable Blenders
In the Gilbarco system, the product type to product # assignment can be in any order.
For the 3+0 and 3+1 variable blenders, the following will be used:
POS Product #1:
POS Product #2:
POS Product #3:
POS Product #4:
Low grade
Blended Product
High grade
Diesel
Model 3 + 0 Variable blender
The table below lists the proper product to position assignment for each blender type
which is set via the POS fueling point configuration menu.
The blender type setting is not used and should be set to zero (0).
Position
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Advantage
Product
Low grade
Not assigned
Blended product
Not assigned
High grade
Not assigned
Not assigned
Not assigned
Adv. w/optimized & Encore
Product
Low grade
Blended product
High grade
Not assigned
Not assigned
Not assigned
Not assigned
Not assigned
* The low grade and the high grade products may be switched depending on the
position of the dispenser and the installation of the product lines.
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Model 3 + 1 Variable blender
The table below lists the proper product to position assignment for each blender type
which is set via the POS fueling point configuration menu.
The blender type setting is not used and should be set to zero (0).
Position
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Advantage
Product
Low grade
Not assigned
Blended product
Not assigned
High grade
Diesel
Not assigned
Not assigned
Adv. w/optimized & Encore
Product
Low grade
Blended product
High grade
Not assigned
Not assigned
Diesel
Not assigned
Not assigned
* The low grade and the high grade products may be switched depending on the
position of the dispenser and the installation of the product lines.
Product to Position Mapping Fixed Blenders (Advantage and Optimized)
A Gilbarco fixed blender does not require any special product mapping. The table below
lists the proper product to position assignment for this blender type and is programmed
via the POS fueling point configuration menu.
The blender type setting is not used and should be set to zero (0).
Position
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Product
Low grade
Blended product
High grade
Not assigned
Not assigned
Not assigned
Not assigned
Not assigned
* The low grade and the high grade products may be switched depending on the
position of the dispenser and the installation of the product lines.
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3.1.2.5. Gilbarco Security Module (GSM) for Debit
The Gilbarco Security Module (GSM) must be ordered from Gilbarco for a specific
Network application. It should be configured by Gilbarco for the location. There are no
switches or jumpers to be set.
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3.1.3. Tokheim RPS Addressing
3.1.3.1. Tokheim RPS Dispensers and CARDSCAN
Three Channels (5, 6, and 7) have been designated to communicate with the Tokheim
RPS Dispensers/CARDSCANs. Each SSC Channel supports up to 6 dispensers,
numbered 0-5. Each dispenser supports 1-2 fueling positions. On each Channel, the
dispenser numbers must start at 0 and be numbered consecutively (to a maximum of 5).
However, the fueling position number may be set to any value from 1 to 32.
Note: The dispenser wiring is position specific.
Example:
Dispenser Number
Address
SSC
Channel
0
CH-5
1
CH-5
2
CH-5
3
CH-5
4
CH-5
5
CH-5
0
CH-6
1
CH-6
2
CH-6
3
CH-6
4
CH-6
5
CH-6
0
CH-7
1
CH-7
2
CH-7
3
CH-7
Fueling Positions/Cardscan
Address
1&2
3&4
5&6
7&8
9 & 10
11 & 12
13 & 14
15 & 16
17 & 18
19 & 20
21 & 22
23 & 24
25 & 26
27 & 28
29 & 30
31 & 32
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3.1.3.2. Tokheim RPS Blending Dispensers
Variable and Fixed Blenders
The ANDI interfaces to the Tokheim RPS Centurion & 4000 series Variable and fixed
blenders.
Product to position Mapping
Tokheim RPS dispensers do not require special product to position mapping in the POS
Fueling Point Configuration section. The products are set to positions 1 through 3 for
a 3 product dispenser and positions 1 through 4 for a 4 product dispenser. The table
below lists the proper product to position assignment for a four product dispenser.
The blender type setting is not used and should be set to zero (0).
Position
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Product
Low grade
Blended product
High grade
Not assigned
Not assigned
Not assigned
Not assigned
Not assigned
* The low grade and the high grade products may be switched depending on the
position of the dispenser and the installation of the product lines.
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3.1.3.3. Tokheim RPS Access/Security Module (SAM/SSM) for Debit
The Tokheim RPS Access/Security Module (SAM/SSM) must be ordered from Tokheim
RPS for a specific Network application. The following switches in the SAM/SSM and
options in the model #4000 series dispenser must be set for proper operation.
SAM/SSM Switch #1
Position
Setting
1
off
2
off
3
off
4
off
5
on
6
off
7
off
8
on
SAM/SSM Switch #3
Position
Setting
1
off
2
on
3
off
4
on
5
off
6
on
Dispenser Options (Model #4000)
Option #
Setting
25
4
80
2
87
1
Note: The dispenser options that are listed above are for the model #4000 series only.
These option settings are not necessary for the Centurion dispenser.
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3.1.4. Tokheim Addressing
3.1.4.1. Tokheim Model #67 Interface boxes
Tokheim manufactures two model #67 interface boxes, model #67A and #67B. The 67B
interface box must be “downgraded” to be a #67A in order for it to communicate to an
Allied interface box. The 67B interface box will not operate with Allied interface systems.
The downgrade consists of the following changes:
1. Disconnect J6 and J8 from the interface motherboard (Part# 316386-1).
2. Disconnect J3 from the interface power supply board (Part# 421483-1). This board is
only in the 67B interface box.
3. J3, J6 and J8 make up a complete cable assembly. Discard the entire assembly.
4. Disconnect J4 from the power supply board and connect it into J6 on the motherboard.
Note: Once this “ downgrade” is completed, the 67 box will communicate with the Allied
interface.
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3.1.4.2. Tokheim Dispensers and DPTs
Two Channels (5 and 6) have been designated to communicate with the Tokheim
dispensers. Each Channel can accommodate up to 16 fueling positions. The address of
the first fueling position on Channel 5 will be set to address “1”, the second to address
“2” etc. If Channel 6 is used, the address of the first fueling position connected on this
Channel will also be set to address “1”, the second to address “2” etc. See example .
The SSC uses Channel 7 to communicate with the Tokheim DPTs. The DPT device
address must be the same as the fueling position number. Unless it is above 16.
Example:
Fueling Position
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
Fueling Positions
Address
SSC
Channel
1
CH-5
2
CH-5
3
CH-5
4
CH-5
5
CH-5
6
CH-5
7
CH-5
8
CH-5
9
CH-5
10
CH-5
11
CH-5
12
CH-5
13
CH-5
14
CH-5
15
CH-5
16
CH-5
1
CH-6
2
CH-6
3
CH-6
4
CH-6
5
CH-6
6
CH-6
7
CH-6
8
CH-6
9
CH-6
10
CH-6
11
CH-6
12
CH-6
13
CH-6
14
CH-6
15
CH-6
16
CH-6
DPT
Tokheim/Address
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
SSC
Channel
CH-7
CH-7
CH-7
CH-7
CH-7
CH-7
CH-7
CH-7
CH-7
CH-7
CH-7
CH-7
CH-7
CH-7
CH-7
CH-7
CH-7
CH-7
CH-7
CH-7
CH-7
CH-7
CH-7
CH-7
CH-7
CH-7
CH-7
CH-7
CH-7
CH-7
CH-7
CH-7
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3.1.4.3. Tokheim Blending Dispensers
Variable Blenders
The ANDI interfaces to the following types of Tokheim variable blenders:
Premier Multi hose, multi product blender
Single hose, multi product blender
Single hose, multi product + diesel blender
Fixed Blenders
The ANDI interfaces to the following types of Tokheim fixed blenders:
TCSA blender
Premier multi hose, multi product blender
Premier single hose, muti product blender
One of the above with diesel
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Dispenser Programming
Mode 26 of the dispenser programming must be configured correctly for the
blend ratios. The programming screen for the dispenser is shown below, for
variable blenders.
Ratios for left
piped product
Ratios for blend
product
F 26
02
1
Total Sale
Gallons
High Gr
Mid Gr
Low Gr
100
000
50
50
000
100
Blender type
Ratios for right
piped product
1) In mode 26 on the right side of the gallon display window a 0 ,1 or 2 may be showing in the
gallon window. This option sets the Blender type.
0 = Blender used without ratio verification*
1 = Blender used with ratio verification*
2 = Blender used with a controller that does not support blenders
* ratio verification - The POS ratios must match the dispenser ratios. If the ratios do not
match, an error message, “ Blend Ratio Error”, will be displayed on the dispenser card
reader, if present, when the customer attempts to reset and begin fueling the blended product.
2) Set the blender ratios.
windows:
Each product has two ratios which are displayed in the PPG
Top line
= ratio of the left piped product
Bottom line = ratio of the right piped product
As shown in the figure above, the left piped product has 100 % of the high grade and 0 % of
the low grade. The right piped product has 0 % of the high grade and 100 % of the low grade.
The blend product allows the left (top) grade to be set, and automatically adjusts the bottom
grade ratio so the sum of the ratios equals 100. The Blended Fuels Ratios settings in the
POS must match the dispenser setting.
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Product to Position Mapping
Tokheim dispensers do not require special product to position mapping in the
POS Fueling Point Configuration menu. The products are set to positions 1
through 3 for a 3 product dispenser, positions 1 through 4 for a 4 product
dispenser and positions 1 through 5 for a 5 product dispenser. The table below
lists the proper product to position assignment for a 4 product dispenser.
The blender type setting for each fueling point must be set properly to one of the
values listed below.
2 = Fixed blender
3 = Variable blender or Variable + 1 with the non blended products set as “non” in Mode 26
4 = Variable blender with the non blended product set as a ratio
5 = Variable blender + 1 with the non blended product set as a ratio
Position
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Product
Low grade
Blended product
High grade
Diesel
Not assigned
Not assigned
Not assigned
Not assigned
* The low grade and the high grade products may be switched depending on the
position of the dispenser and the installation of the product lines.
3.1.4.4. Tokheim Debit
The Tokheim Debit Keypad Modules (TDS+), or Tokheim Encryption Device (TED)
must be ordered from Tokheim for a specific Network application. They should be
configured by Tokheim for the location. There are no switches or jumpers to be set.
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3.1.5. Wayne Addressing
3.1.5.1. Wayne CAT Interface Board
The following is a list of the jumper settings for the Wayne CAT IF board when used with the
ANDI.
Jumper
JP1, JP2, JP4 – JP6, JP10, JP11 – JP28, JP30, JP31
JP3, JP8, JP9, JP29
JP7
Position
1&2
None
2&3
3.1.5.2. Wayne Dispensers and CATs
Channel 5 has been designated to communicate with the Wayne dispensers via the PIB, which
must be set to 1200 or 9600 baud, and can communicate with up to 24 fueling positions.
The SSC uses Channel 7 to communicate with the Wayne CATs. A communication cable
connects Channel 7 to a junction box for connection to the CATs. If a CAT IF board is present it
is installed in the Electronic Central. In this case all of the CATs are connected to the
motherboard inside of the EC.
Example:
Fueling Position
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
Fueling Positions
Address
SSC
Channel
1
CH-5
2
CH-5
3
CH-5
4
CH-5
5
CH-5
6
CH-5
7
CH-5
8
CH-5
9
CH-5
10
CH-5
11
CH-5
12
CH-5
13
CH-5
14
CH-5
15
CH-5
16
CH-5
17
CH-5
18
CH-5
19
CH-5
20
CH-5
21
CH-5
22
CH-5
23
CH-5
24
CH-5
CAT
Address
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
14
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
SSC
Channel
CH-7
CH-7
CH-7
CH-7
CH-7
CH-7
CH-7
CH-7
CH-7
CH-7
CH-7
CH-7
CH-7
CH-7
CH-7
CH-7
CH-7
CH-7
CH-7
CH-7
CH-7
CH-7
CH-7
CH-7
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3.1.5.3. Wayne “Vista” Dispensers
The following parameters must be set in the Wayne “Vista” dispensers and in the 2400
console in order for the system to function correctly.
Vista Dispenser
Model
V390 D1, (non-blend)
V395 D1, (variable blend)
V580 D1, (variable blend)
V580 D3, (variable blend)
V590 Uni-hose, (fixed blend)
V590 D1, (fixed blend)
Option #2 (Macro)
5
13
10
11
10
7
Option #51 (Blend Ratios)
N/A
Must match mode 17 in the 2400 console
Must match mode 17 in the 2400 console
Must match mode 17 in the 2400 console
Must match mode 17 in the 2400 console
Must match mode 17 in the 2400 console
2400 console
Mode
03 (FP to tank assignment)
18 (Grade to position assignment)
17 (Blend ratio to grade)
Sub-mode
FP #
FP #
06 (blended product)
Setting
Pure products, ex. (0534, 0540)
POS FP config. must match mode 18
Must match option 51 in the dispenser
3.1.5.4. Wayne “Vista” Blending Dispensers
Variable Blenders
The ANDI interfaces to the following Wayne variable blenders.
580 D1
580 D3
395
- Single hose. Multi product dispenser without diesel.
- Single hose. Multi product dispenser without diesel.
- Single hose + 1. Multi product dispenser with diesel.
Fixed Blenders
The ANDI interfaces to the following Wayne fixed blenders.
590
590U
- Multi hose, multi product dispenser without diesel.
- Single hose, multi product dispenser without diesel. Uses
the same configuration as the 580.
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Dispenser and 2400 Console Settings
For the Wayne blenders to operate properly, several options must be set at the
dispenser, at the Decade 2400 console and also at the POS.
1- Dispenser Macro
The dispenser options are set via a macro. Below are the proper macro
settings for the variable blenders.
Model Type
590
395
580 D1 & 590U
580 D3
Macro Setting
7
13
10
11
2- 2400 Console Programming
Additional programming parameters must be set via the Decade 2400 console for
proper dispenser operation.
a) Set Mode 18 for each fueling point. Mode 18 is the Grade to Position
assignment for each fueling point. The table below summarizes proper mode
setting for each type of blending dispenser.
Model Type
590
395
580 D1 & 590U
580 D3
Mode 18 Setting
0465000
1005640
0050604
0056400
b) Set Mode 03 for each fueling point. Mode 03 programs the Grade assignment
for each fueling point. Below summarizes the proper setting for each type of
blending dispenser.
Model Type
590
395
580 D1 & 590U
580 D3
Mode 03 Setting
0540
0541
0540
0540
c) Set Mode 17, sub- mode 6 (blend grade). This sets the Blend Ratio for
product 6. This blend ratio must match the ratio that is set at the dispenser in
option 51 and also at the POS in the Blended Fuels Ratios Menu.
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POS Product to Position Mapping
The following is a list of the Wayne product identification numbers:
1- Diesel
2- Not Used
3- Mid grade, Non Blended Product
4- Low grade
5- High grade
6- Blended product
The POS fuel product I.D. numbers must match the Wayne product I.D. numbers. If the
product I.D. numbers do not match and if there is a card reader at the dispenser the
card reader will display “Blend Grade Assign ERROR”, after configuration. Once the
product mapping is corrected, the dispenser card reader will display the idle prompt.
The tables below list the proper fueling point “product to position” assignment for
each blender type. This programming is done via the Fueling Point Configuration
Menu at the POS.
For proper operation the fueling point “product to position” assignment must
match the configuration of mode 18 which is programmed via the Wayne Decade
2400 console.
The blender type setting is not used and should be set to zero (0).
Model 590
Position
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Product
Not assigned
Low grade
Blended product
High grade
Not assigned
Not assigned
Not assigned
Not assigned
* The low grade and the high grade products may be switched depending on the
position of the dispenser and the installation of the product lines.
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The blender type setting is not used and should be set to zero (0).
Model 395
Position
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Product
Diesel
Not assigned
Not assigned
High grade
Blended product
Low grade
Not assigned
Not assigned
* The low grade and the high grade products may be switched depending on the
position of the dispenser and the installation of the product lines.
The blender type setting is not used and should be set to zero (0).
Models 580 D1 & 590 U
Position
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Product
Not assigned
Not assigned
High grade
Not assigned
Blended product
Not assigned
Low grade
Not assigned
* The low grade and the high grade products may be switched depending on the
position of the dispenser and the installation of the product lines.
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The blender type setting is not used and should be set to zero (0).
Model 580 D3
Position
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Product
Not assigned
Not assigned
High grade
Blended product
Low grade
Not assigned
Not assigned
Not assigned
* The low grade and the high grade products may be switched depending on the
position of the dispenser and the installation of the product lines.
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3.1.5.5. Wayne Blending Quick Reference Guide
Dispenser Model
395
Dispenser Macro
13
Mode 03 setting
0541
580 D1
10
0540
0
0
5
0
6
0
4
580 D3
11
0540
0
0
5
6
4
0
0
590
07
540
0
4
6
5
0
0
0
&
590 U
Mode 18 setting
1
0
0
5
6
4
0
POS FP Positions
1- Diesel
2- Not Assigned
3- Not Assigned
4- High grade
5- Blend grade
6- Low grade
7- Not Assigned
8- Not Assigned
1- Not Assigned
2- Not Assigned
3- High grade
4- Not Assigned
5- Blend grade
6- Not Assigned
7- Low grade
8- Not Assigned
1- Not Assigned
2- Not Assigned
3- High grade
4- Blend grade
5- Low grade
6-Not Assigned
7-Not Assigned
8- Not Assigned
1- Not Assigned
2- Low grade
3- Blend grade
4- High grade
5- Not Assigned
6- Not Assigned
7- Not Assigned
8- Not Assigned
Note: “Not Assigned” = 0 product value.
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3.2.
SSC Parameters Values and Options
The SSC keypad is not used to configure the SSC. The SSC configuration is done by the
POS. The POS has to download all required parameters to the SSC. The SSC will start
polling the dispensers only after the POS has downloaded station configuration data.
If the SSC has not received the download from the POS the unit will display [CHXX Await
Cnfg.] The SSC is waiting to be configured before this Channel becomes active.
Parameters Downloaded from POS:
DPT Configuration
Fuel Information
Product Information
Car Wash Information
Cash / Credit Limits
Mode of Service
Default Price Level
Sale Stacking
Number of fueling points
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3.3.
Keypads
3.3.1. Bennett
Type 1
Yes
No
Pay
Outside Credit
1
2
3
Pay
Inside Credit
4
5
6
Pay
Inside Cash
7
8
9
Help
Clear
0
Cancel
Enter
Type 2
Yes
No
Pay
Outside
Pay
Inside
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
Help
Clear
0
Cancel
Enter
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Type 3 (Horizon)
Pay
Inside
Pay
Here
1
2
3
Yes
No
4
5
6
Clear
Enter
7
8
9
Help
0
3.3.2. Gilbarco
Type 1
Pay
Outside
Credit
1
2
3
4
5
6
Pay
Inside
Cash
Pay
Inside
Credit
7
8
9
No
Receipt
Yes
Clear
0
Enter
Help
Cancel
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Type 2
1
2
3
Pay
Outside
4
5
6
7
8
9
No
Receipt
Yes
Clear
0
Enter
Help
Cancel
Pay
Inside
Type 3
1
2
3
Pay
Outside
Debit
Pay
Outside
Credit
4
5
6
Pay
Inside
Cash
Pay
Inside
Credit
7
8
9
No
Receipt
Yes
Clear
0
Enter
Help
Cancel
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Type 4
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
Yes
Help
Clear
0
Enter
No
Cancel
Pay
Outside
Pay
Inside
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Type 5 “Info Screen (Virtual Pay Inside only)
Type 6 “Info Screen (Virtual Pay inside Cash & Pay Inside Credit)
Note: Outside Debit and Outside Cash is also supported
Soft
key
Left
--- Pay Here Credit
Soft
key
Right
Soft
key
Left
--- Pay Inside (keypad 5)
--- Pay Inside Credit (keypad 6)
Soft
key
Right
Soft
key
Left
--- Pay Inside Cash (keypad 6)
Soft
key
Right
Soft
key
Left
Soft
key
Right
Help
1
2
3
Cancel
4
5
6
7
8
9
Clear
0
Enter
Note: This type 5 and 6 keypad configuration will support the location of the Help, Cancel and
ADA buttons on either side of the numeric keypad.
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Type 7
1
2
3
Pay Here
4
5
6
Pay Inside
7
8
9
Yes
No
Clear
0
Enter
Help
Cancel
Type 8
1
2
3
Yes
4
5
6
No
7
8
9
Cancel
Clear
0
Enter
Type 9
1
2
3
Pay Outside Credit
4
5
6
Pay Outside Debit
7
8
9
Pay Inside Cash
Clear/No
0
Enter/Yes
Cancel
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Type A
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
No
Yes
Clear
0
Enter
Help
Cancel
Pay
Outside
Debit
Pay
Outside
Credit
Pay
Outside
Credit
Pay
Inside
Type B
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
No
Yes
Clear
0
Enter
Help
Cancel
Pay
Inside
Type C
1
2
3
4
5
6
Pay
Outside
Cash
Pay
Inside
7
8
9
No
Yes
Clear
0
Enter
Help
Cancel
Pay
Outside
Credit
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Type D
1
2
3
4
5
7
Clear
Pay
Outside
Debit
Pay
Outside
Credit
6
Pay
Outside
Cash
Pay
Inside
8
9
No
Yes
0
Enter
Help
Cancel
Type E
1
2
3
Yes
4
5
6
No
7
8
9
Help
Clear
0
Enter
Cancel
Type F
1
2
3
Yes
4
5
6
No
7
8
9
Cancel
Clear
0
Enter
Debit
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Type G
1
2
3
Yes
No
4
5
6
Help
Cancel
7
8
9
Debit
Clear
0
Enter
3.3.3. Tokheim RPS
Type 1
Pay
Outside
Credit
1
2
3
4
5
6
Help
Pay
Inside
Cash
7
8
9
Cancel
Pay
Inside
Credit
Clear
0
Enter
Receipt
No
Receipt
Yes
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Type 2
1
2
3
Pay
Outside
Debit
Pay
Outside
Credit
4
5
6
Pay
Inside
Cash
Pay
Inside
Credit
7
8
9
No
Receipt
Yes
Clear
0
Enter
Help
Cancel
Type 3
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Clear
0
Pay
Outside
Credit
Pay
Inside
Cash
Pay
Inside
Credit
9
Receipt
No
Receipt
Yes
Enter
Help
Cancel
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This keypad is supported regardless of keypad setting
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3.4.
Peripheral Devices
3.4.1. Tank Gauge System
The ANDI/SSC uses Channel 13 to interface to the Veeder-Root tank gauge system.
The SSC is connected to the Serial board on a TLS 250 or 350, and it may be
connected to the DIM board on a 350R.
When the SSC is connected to the DIM board on a TLS 350R it will send real-time fuel
transaction data i.e. sale started, sale complete, volume dispensed, meter reading etc.
This is accomplished by implementing the Veeder-Root Dispenser Interface Protocol (a
proprietary interface defined by Veeder-Root. to the TLS 350R). This will allow the TLS to
utilize the AccuChart Automatic Tank Calibration feature for underground storage tank
reconciliation.
Configure the TLS-250/350/350R communication parameters as follows:
Baud Rate - 9600, Parity - Odd, Stop Bits - 1, Data Bits - 7
Notes:
On a TLS-250 the communication parameters are set using a rotary switch and some
DIP switches, (please refer to the TLS 250 manual).
On a TLS-350/350R the communication parameters are programmed via the TLS
keyboard (please refer to the TLS 350/350R manual).
No additional SSC configuration is needed, the SSC will automatically check if it is
connected to a DIM card. If not, the SSC will not send any Dispenser Interface commands
to the TLS. Communicating with other devices requires POS programming.
To display the TLS link status press the “D” key on the SSC keyboard.
CH-13 Link Up
TLS RS-232 FP
Once the SSC detects it is connected to a DIM board the device name changes to TLS-R
CH-13 Link Up
TLS-R RS-232 FP
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For Technical Assistance Concerning The
Installation / Programming / or Troubleshooting Procedures
After Reading This Manual
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4.1.
SSC Diagrams
4.1.1. SSC Main Board
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4.1.2. SSC Main Board Descriptions
1. Speaker Volume Adjustment.
2. Serial Number Location.
3. LCD Ribbon Cable Connector.
4. Keypad for Programming.
5. LCD Display Contrast Adjustment.
6. Code Board SIMM Connector. (Used for Code Board)
7. Ram Board SIMM Connector. (Used for 512K BATRAM Bd.)
8. Expansion/Upgrade SIMM Connector. (Used for additional 512K BATRAM Bd).
9. ISA Slots #1 & #2 (For Future Use).
10. Connector for DC Power Supply
11. Power Supply Test Points & LEDS (+5VDC, +12VDC, +28VDC & GND).
12. Reset Push Button Switch.
13. CH1 - CH16 Card Edge Connectors, for Communication Boards.
14. CH1 - CH16 Ribbon Cable Connectors, for Male DB-25 Connectors.
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4.1.3. Power Supply (Old style, discontinued)
CP51 - Power Supply Output ( +5VDC, GND, +12VDC )
R60 - Potentiometer ( To adjust power supply )
CP1 - Power Supply Input ( 115VAC ) ⇒
250V 2.5A Fuse
}
}
HOT
NEUTRAL
MRW150KV POWER SUPPLY
CP51 - DC Output
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+5VDC Red
GND
Black
+12VDC Orange
N/C
Power Supply to SSC Cable
New Style
Old Style
Proper DC Voltages for this power supply
5VDC
5.2 VDC
12VDC
13.5 - 14.7 VDC
28VDC
27.1 - 29.3 VDC
1/2”
11/16”
Note: When adjusting voltages, ALL voltages increase/decrease simultaneously,
but the 5VDC is the most critical. Must be set to 5.2 VDC.
Note: This old style power supply has been discontinued. It has been replaced by the
new style power supply “#MRW160KV”. (see below)
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4.1.4. Power Supply (New style)
CP51 - Power Supply Output ( +5VDC, GND, +12VDC )
R58 - Potentiometer ( To adjust power supply )
CP1 - Power Supply Input ( 115VAC ) ⇒
250V 2.5A Fuse
MRW160KV POWER SUPPLY
}
}
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NEUTRAL
“Factory set. Do Not
touch”
CP51 - DC Output
} +5VDC Red
} GND
Black
} +12VDC Orange
} N/C
Proper DC Voltages for this power supply
5VDC
5.2 VDC
12VDC
13.5 - 14.7 VDC
28VDC
27.1 - 29.3 VDC
Note: When adjusting voltages, ALL voltages increase/decrease simultaneously,
but the 5VDC is the most critical. Must be set to 5.2 VDC.
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Procedure for setting the Power Supply Voltage
1). The power supply is located in the lower right hand corner of the SSC enclosure.
Remove AC from the unit prior to removing the cage covering the power supply.
2) Leave all communication boards, cables, code and ram boards in place when
setting the power supply voltage. It is important to set this voltage to the correct
output level while the SSC is under normal load conditions.
3) Locate R60 on the 150KV Model and R58 on the 160KV Model from the “Power
Supply diagrams” on previous pages, (a blue colored surface-mounted
potentiometer). The potentiometer controls all output voltages of the power supply.
The 5 volt DC output is the most critical voltage.
4) Set the multi-meter to DC voltage measurement. Using an alligator clip, connect
the ground line of the multi-meter to the ground measurement point (TP4) of the
SSC main board. The ground measurement point is located on the lower lefthand corner of the SSC main board.
5) Use a small, insulated slotted screw driver to turn the swipe of the potentiometer.
To increase the output voltage, turn the potentiometer’s adjustable swipe in a
clockwise direction. To decrease the output voltage, turn the adjustable swipe in a
counter- clockwise direction. Measure the 5 volt line at the 5 v test point (TP1)
located in the lower left-hand corner of the SSC main board.
Important: When adjusting the voltage, it is important not to touch any
surface or components on the power supply. Doing so can damage the power
supply or SSC main board.
6) Adjust the 5V DC output until it reads 5.2VDC.
12V DC should read in the range of 13.5V - 14.7VDC
28V DC should read in the range of 27.1V - 29.3VDC
7) Be sure the unit is off before reinstalling the power supply screen. Make sure the
rubber grommet of the power supply cable is in the notch of the screen.
Again, be careful not to touch the power supply with the metal screen, to avoid
damage to the power supply or SSC main board.
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4.1.5. LCD Display
LCD
CON 1
1
Red Stripe
#VC16203TANR LCD Display board with cable
The Liquid Crystal Display (LCD) is used for viewing status messages and programming
statuson the SSC. The LCD is connected to the SSC main board at connector CON 1.
The proper orientation of the LCD ribbon cable is to have the red stripe on the left hand
side of the cable, aligning it with Pin 1 of CON 1 on the SSC main board.
Note:
If the LCD is positioned in any other way, damage may result to the LCD and/or the
SSC main board.
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4.1.6. Code & Ram Boards
#499-2810 (1) Code Board
Note: (1) Jumper JP2 - Should jump pin D to center pin.
IMPORTANT: When replacing the Code board the SSC will lose all totals &
programming. Configuration must be sent via the POS.
#499-2840
512K Batram Board
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Installation of Code and Ram Boards:
Important: Note that if replacing the Code board the SSC will loose all totals &
programming. Configuration must be sent via the POS. Make sure that all totals have
been sent to the network. [CH-15 Link Up]
The proper technique to insure correct installation of the Code and Ram Boards is to
gently insert the board at an angle into the SIMM connector making sure that the
contacts on the board match the contacts in the SIMM connector. Next, push the board
towards the right until you feel a light click. The board is now locked into the SIMM
connector. You must always install the Code Board first, followed by the Ram
Board. This is due to the physical relationship of the Code Board to the Ram Board.
Removal of Code and Ram Boards:
To remove the Code Board or Ram Board you must release the metal tabs that lock the
boards into the SIMM connectors. Gently push the top tab upwards while
simultaneously gently pushing down on the bottom tab. At this point the board will move
towards the left, away from its SIMM connector. Remove the board by gently pulling it
out of the SIMM connector with your hands at an angle. You must always remove the
Ram Board first, followed by the Code Board. This is due to the physical relationship
between the Code Board and the Ram Board.
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4.1.7. All Communication Boards
These are all of the possible communication boards that can be used in the Texaco
SSC/POS systems.
Current Loop Bd.
P/N 399-1410-GIL
12 Volt Serial Bd.
P/N 399-1512
RS232-Fully Populated Bd.
P/N 399-1610-F
RS485 Mod. Card Reader Bd. 6 Ch. Current Loop Bd.
P/N 399-1710-M
P/N 399-2110
2-Wire/4-Wire Interface Bd. RS-485 Card Reader Bd.
P/N 499-2410
P/N 499-2710
6 Ch. Multiplexer Bd.
P/N 399-2210
RS-485 Card Reader Bd.
P/N 499-3710
Note:
A more detailed description of each communication board is located in the
“Communication Boards” section
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4.2.
Communication Boards
Each communication board has a specific application and may require dip switches to
be configured and or jumpers to be positioned for proper operation. To assist service
personnel with troubleshooting the SSC Interface, there are LED’s on certain
communication boards. The correct color of the LED’s and their proper sequences are
listed below.
Note:
When installing communication boards, the component side MUST face towards center
of SSC main board.
4.2.1. Gilbarco Current Loop Board - P/N 399-1410-GIL (Discontinued)
This communication board has a dual application. The first
application is used for communicating to Gilbarco dispensers
via a Gilbarco Universal or Blue/Black distribution box. The
second application is used for communicating to Gilbarco
CRIND’s via a Gilbarco Universal Distribution Box. There are
no LED’s on the 40ma Current Loop communication board.
There is a two position dip switch which should be pushed
down to the 40ma position, which is the side with the
numbers one and two printed on it.
Note: This board has been replaced #499-2410
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4.2.2. 12 Volt Serial Board - P/N 399-1512
This board is used for communicating to Tokheim
dispensers. The 12 Volt serial board supports up to 2
Distribution boxes per SSC Channel, and may-be installed in
Channel 5 or 6.
Proper LED sequence for Ch.5 & or Ch.6:
(1) Tokheim distribution box connected.
RXA LED will flicker red
TX LED will flicker red
RXB LED will remain blank
(2) Tokheim distribution boxes connected.
RXA Ö
TX Ö
RXB Ö
RXA LED will flicker red
TX LED will flicker red
RXB LED will flicker red
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4.2.3. RS-232-F Fully Populated Board - P/N 399-1610-F
This communication board has multiple applications, including
Interfaces to the POS, Wayne PIB, Car Wash, Debit, TLS,
Price Sign, and the PAD or VSAT.
The RS232 communication board does not have
any dip switch or jumper settings.
The proper LED sequence is as follows:
DCD LED
DSR LED
RI LED
DTR LED
CTS LED
RTS LED
RXD LED
TXD LED
DCD
DSR
RI
DTR
CTS
RTS
RXD
TXD
⇒
⇒
⇒
⇒
⇒
⇒
⇒
⇒
Status N/A
Constantly lit red
Status N/A
Constantly lit red
Constantly lit red
Constantly lit red
Constantly lit green and flicker red when data is received
Constantly lit green and flicker red when data is transmitted
4.2.4. RS485 Modified Card Reader Board - P/N 399-1710-M (Discontinued)
This communication board has a dual application. The first
application is used for communicating to the Tokheim DPT
interface. The second application is used for communicating to
the Wayne CAT interface. The RS485 communication board
does not have any dip switch or jumper settings.
RXD Ö
The proper LED sequence is as follows:
RXD LED will rapidly flicker green
TXD LED will rapidly flicker red
TXE LED will flicker yellow
TXD Ö
TXE Ö
Note:
This board is no longer available. This board was replaced by
P/N is 499-2710. (Does not interface with the CAT IF
board.)
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4.2.5. 6 Channel Current Loop Board - P/N 399-2110
This communication board is used for communicating to the
Tokheim RPS distribution box for both dispensers and Card
Scans. The six Channel Current Loop communication board
has a six position dip switch that allows up to six dispensers
to be enabled for communication. To enable a dispenser
Channel you must slide the switch for that Channel to the
“on” position. The following table illustrates the dip switch
settings:
Dip Switch Position
1
2
3
4
5
6
Dispenser Address
0
1
2
3
4
5
The proper LED sequence is as follows:
CX
TX
RX1
RX2
RX3
RX4
RX5
RX6
RX5 Ö
RX3 Ö
RX1 Ö
TX
Every 10 seconds it will flicker on.
CX
Primarily green with an intermittently flickers red,
then turn off . It is off more than it is on.
This is the normal operating sequence.
Constantly green with an intermittently flickering red.
Intermittently flickers green.
Completely blank when disabled.
Intermittently flickers green.
Completely blank when disabled.
Intermittently flickers green.
Completely blank when disabled.
Intermittently flickers green.
Completely blank when disabled.
Intermittently flickers green.
Completely blank when disabled.
Intermittently flickers green.
Completely blank when disabled.
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4.2.6. 6 Channel Multiplexer Board - P/N 399-2210
This communication board is used for communicating to the
Bennett distribution box for both dispensers and DCAs. The
six Channel multiplexer communication board has a six
position dip switch that allows up to 6 fueling positions to be
enabled for communication. To enable a fueling position
Channel you must slide the switch for that Channel to the
“on” position. The following table illustrates the dip switch
settings:
Dip Switch Position
1
2
3
4
5
6
Fueling Position
1
2
3
4
5
6
RX5 Ö
RX3 Ö
RX1 Ö
The proper LED sequence is as follows:
CX
TX
RX1
RX2
RX3
RX4
RX5
RX6
TX
CX
Primarily green flickering red.
Primarily green flickering red.
Constantly flickering red and green when enabled.
Completely blank when disabled.
Constantly flickering red and green when enabled.
Completely blank when disabled.
Constantly flickering red and green when enabled.
Completely blank when disabled.
Constantly flickering red and green when enabled.
Completely blank when disabled.
Constantly flickering red and green when enabled.
Completely blank when disabled.
Constantly flickering red and green when enabled.
Completely blank when disabled.
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4.2.7. 2-Wire / 4-Wire Current Loop Board - P/N 499-2410
This communication board has two applications.
1. Gilbarco dispensers via a Gilbarco Universal or Blue/Black Distribution Box.
2. Gilbarco CRINDs via a Gilbarco Universal Distribution Box.
There are two steps necessary to verify the communication board is setup correctly.
S1 / S2 8 Position Jumper
W1 / W2 2 Position Jumper
Gilbarco
2 -Wire (S1 on)
45ma (W2 on)
The proper LED sequence is as follows:
Gilbarco configuration:
2 - Wire Loop Active LED will be constantly lit green.
4 - Wire Loop Active LED will be off.
TXD LED will be flickering red only when transmitting data.
RXD LED will be flickering red only when receiving data.
TXD × × RXD
*NOTE: Part number 499-2410 communication board is a direct replacement for
part number 399-1410-Gil. The existing units installed in the field do not need to be
replaced with this newer version. As of January 1995, the newer version will be the only
version available.
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4.2.8. RS-485 Card Reader Board - P/N 499-2710
This communication board has a dual application. The first
application is used for communicating to the Tokheim DPT
interface. The second application is used for communicating
to the Wayne CAT interface. The RS485 communication
board has a jumper (JP3) that must be set to LPBK position.
RXD Ö
The proper LED sequence is as follows:
RXD LED will rapidly flicker green
TXD LED will rapidly flicker red
TXE LED will flicker yellow
TXD Ö
TXE Ö
Note:
This board has replaced P/N is 399-1710. (Does not
interface with the CAT IF board.)
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4.2.9. RS-485 Card Reader Board - P/N 499-3710
This communication board has a dual application. The first
application is used for communicating to the Tokheim DPT
interface. The second application is used for communicating
to the Wayne CAT interface, with or without the CAT IF
board. The RS485 communication board has a jumper
(JP1) that must be installed if a CAT IF board is present. It
also has a jumper (JP3) which must be set to loop back.
RXD Ö
The proper LED sequence is as follows:
RXD LED will rapidly flicker green
TXD LED will rapidly flicker red
TXE LED will flicker yellow
Note:
This board will be replacing P/N is 399-2710.
TXD Ö
TXE Ö
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4.3.
Cable Pin Assignments
4.3.1. POS Communication Cables
The SSC supports up to 8 POSs. The POS is a PC Based computer which runs the
Point-Of-Sale software. The serial port on the POS can be either a DB-25 or a DB-9
connector.
SSC (CH1 - CH4 & CH9 - CH12) To POS (Serial Port) DB-25 Cable
SSC
DB25 Female
Pins
TXD 2 -------------------RXD 3 -------------------RTS 4 -------------------CTS 5 -------------------GND 7 -------------------DSR 6 --------------------
Black
White
Green
Red
Blue
Brown
DTR 11 ---------------
Orange
N/C 20 ------
POS
DB25 Female
Pins
-------------------- 3 RXD
-------------------- 2 TXD
-------------------- 5 CTS
-------------------- 4 RTS
-------------------- 7 GND
-------------------- 11 N/C
20 DTR
--------------- 6 DSR
------
SSC (CH1 - CH4 & CH9 - CH12) To POS (Serial Port) DB-9 Cable
SSC
DB25 Female
Pins
TXD 2 -------------------RXD 3 -------------------RTS 4 -------------------CTS 5 -------------------DSR 6 -------------------GND 7 -------------------DTR 11 --------------------
Black
White
Red
Green
Brown
Blue
Orange
POS
DB9 Female
Pins
-------------------- 2 RXD
-------------------- 3 TXD
-------------------- 8 CTS
-------------------- 7 RTS
-------------------- 4 DTR
-------------------- 5 GND
-------------------- 6 DSR
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4.3.2. Bennett Pump and DCA Communication Cable
There is a unique wire pair from the dispenser to the junction box for each fueling point.
For example, the wire pair on screws 1(+) and 1(-) are for fueling point 1, and the wire
pair on screws 2(+) and 2(-) are for fueling point 2, and so forth.
Each communications Channel (CH5, CH6, CH7 & CH8) supports up to 6 fueling
positions. A cable is provided for the connection between the SSC and the Bennett
distribution box. One “Dual” or “Triple” cable is required. The cable terminates in a
female DB-37, and is defined as follows:
SSC (CH5 - CH7) To the Bennett Cable
SSC/DB25
Female Pins
(CH5) - 1
(CH5) - 2
(CH5) - 3
(CH5) - 4
(CH5) - 5
(CH5) - 6
(CH5) - 7
(CH5) - 8
(CH5) - 9
(CH5) - 10
(CH5) - 11
(CH5) - 12
(CH6) - 1
(CH6) - 2
(CH6) - 3
(CH6) - 4
(CH6) - 5
(CH6) - 6
(CH6) - 7
(CH6) - 8
(CH6) - 9
(CH6) - 10
(CH6) - 11
(CH6) - 12
(CH7) - 1
(CH7) - 2
(CH7) - 3
(CH7) - 4
(CH7) - 5
(CH7) - 6
(CH7) - 7
(CH7) - 8
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Black
White
Red
Green
Brown
Blue
Orange
Yellow
Gray
Purple
Pink
Tan
Black
White
Red
Green
Brown
Blue
Orange
Yellow
Gray
Purple
Pink
Tan
Black
White
Red
Green
Brown
Blue
Orange
Yellow
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Bennett/DB37
Female Pins
1
20
2
21
3
22
4
23
5
24
6
25
7
26
8
27
9
28
10
29
11
30
12
31
13
32
14
33
15
34
16
35
J-Box
Screw #
1 (+)
1 (-)
2 (+)
2 (-)
3 (+)
3 (-)
4 (+)
4 (-)
5 (+)
5 (-)
6 (+)
6 (-)
7 (+)
7 (-)
8 (+)
8 (-)
9 (+)
9 (-)
10 (+)
10 (-)
11 (+)
11 (-)
12 (+)
12 (-)
13 (+)
13 (-)
14 (+)
14 (-)
15 (+)
15 (-)
16 (+)
16 (-)
Fueling
Position
1
1
2
2
3
3
4
4
5
5
6
6
7
7
8
8
9
9
10
10
11
11
12
12
13
13
14
14
15
15
16
16
DCA #
1&2
1&2
N/A
N/A
3&4
3&4
N/A
N/A
5&6
5&6
N/A
N/A
7&8
7&8
N/A
N/A
9 & 10
9 & 10
N/A
N/A
11 & 12
11 & 12
N/A
N/A
13 & 14
13 & 14
N/A
N/A
15 & 16
15 & 16
N/A
N/A
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4.3.3. Gilbarco Pump and CRIND Control Cables
Up to 16 fueling positions may be connected to the SSC on each dispenser
communications Channel (CH5 and CH6). Up To 32 CRINDs may be connected to the
SSC at CH7. Each Channel must have a 2-wire custom cable which terminates in either
a 2 pin male CPC (circular plastic connector) a female DB-9 connector or a RJ45
connector.
Pump Control
CRIND Control
⇒
⇒
“SSC CH5 and CH6 to Gilbarco D-Box”
“SSC CH7 to Gilbarco D-Box”
The connections are as follows:
Pin-1 is jumped to Pin-3 at the SSC end.
Interface board switches should be set to 45 ma/2 wire.
(1) Circular Plastic Connector
SSC (CH5, or CH6) To the Gilbarco (CPC)
SSC
DB25 Female
Pins
1
3
5 -------------------7 --------------------
Gilbarco
Circular Connector
Pins
Red +
Black -
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1+
2-
(2) DB-9 Connectors
SSC (CH5,CH6 or CH7) To the Gilbarco (Female DB-9)
SSC
DB25 Female
Pins
1
3
5 -------------------7 --------------------
Gilbarco
DB-9 Female
Pins
Red +
Black -
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7+
6-
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(3) RJ-45 Connectors
SSC (CH5,CH6 or CH7) To the Gilbarco (RJ-45)
SSC
DB25 Female
Pins
1
3
5 -------------------7 --------------------
Gilbarco
RJ-45
Pins
Brown +
Yellow -
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7+
6-
4.3.4. Gilbarco Security Module Cable
The SSC uses Channel 8 to interface to the GSM.
The GSM (Gilbarco Security Module) is required for CRIND systems with debit
support.
The serial port on the GSM has a DB-9 connector which is to be connected to Channel
8 of the SSC. The cable pinouts are as follows:
SSC (CH8) To the GSM
SSC
DB25 Female
Pins
TXD 2 -------------------RXD 3 -------------------RTS 4 -------------------GND 7 -------------------DSR 6
DTR 11
Red
Black
Green
White
GSM
DB-9 Male
Pins
-------------------- 3 RXD
-------------------- 2 TXD
-------------------- 9 CTS
-------------------- 7 GND
Note: The GSM cable supplied by Gilbarco will not work with the SSC.
The Allied GSM cable shown above must be used. When the Gilbarco
Debit option is ordered from Allied a standard 25’ GSM/SSC cable
will be supplied. See the “Cable Part Numbers” section for other available
lengths.
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4.3.5. Tokheim RPS Distribution Box
Each communications Channel (CH5 - CH7) supports 1-6 dispensers (1-12 fueling
positions with a maximum of 32). There is a unique wire pair for each dispenser. For
example, the wire pair on pins 1 and 2 are for dispenser 0, the wire pair on pins 3 and 4
are for dispenser 1, and so forth.
A cable is provided for the connection between the SSC and the Tokheim RPS
distribution box. One cable is required for each SSC communications Channel. The
cable terminates in a male DB-25, and is defined as follows:
SSC (CH5 - CH7) To the Tokheim RPS Cable
SSC
DB25 Female
Pins
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
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Tokheim RPS
DB25 Male
Pins
White/Blue
-------------------15
Blue/White
-------------------2
White/Orange -------------------14
Orange/White -------------------1
White/Green -------------------17
Green/White -------------------4
White/Brown -------------------16
Brown/White -------------------3
White/Gray
-------------------19
Gray/White
-------------------6
Red/Blue
-------------------18
Blue/Red
-------------------5
Drain
-------------------9
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4.3.6. Tokheim RPS Security Module
The SSC uses Channel 8 to interface to the SAM/SSM.
The SSM (Tokheim RPS Security Module) is required for CARDSCAN systems
with debit support. It is located inside of the SAM.
Port 2 on the SAM/SSM has a Female DB-9 connector, which is to be connected to
Channel 8 of the SSC. The cable pinouts is as follows:
SSC (CH8) To the SAM/SSM
SSC
DB25 Female
Pins
Drain 1 -------------------TXD 2 -------------------RXD 3 -------------------GND 7 -------------------4
5
6
11
Shield
White
Red
Black
SAM/SSM
DB-9 Male
Pins
-------------------- N/C
-------------------- 3 RXD
-------------------- 2 TXD
-------------------- 7 GND
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4.3.7. Tokheim Pump Control (Single)
Up to 2 Tokheim 98 or 67 boxes may be connected on each dispenser communications
Channel. Each box must have a 6-wire custom cable which terminates in a 16-position
male CPC (Circular Plastic Connector).
This cable connects to CH5 or CH6 and supports up to 16 fueling positions.
Pin-1 (Drain)
Pin-2 (TxD)
Pin-3 (RxD)
Pin-4 (Ground)
Pin-5 (Em. Stop)
Pin-6 (Em. Stop)
Connect to CPC-16
Connect to CPC-2
Connect to CPC-3
Connect to CPC-6
Connect to CPC-10
Connect to CPC-11
SSC (CH5, 6) To the Tokheim Cable
SSC
DB25 Female
Pins
1 -------------------2 -------------------3 -------------------4 -------------------5 -------------------6 --------------------
Sheild
Brown
Red
Blue
Violet
White
TOK
Circular Connector
Pins
-------------------- 16
-------------------2
-------------------3
-------------------6
-------------------- 10
-------------------- 11
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4.3.8. Tokheim Pump Control (Dual)
1
2
DB25 Female
Circular Connector
SSC (CH5 ,6) To the Tokheim Dual Cable (2 Dist. Boxes)
SSC
DB25 Female
Pins
1 -------------------2 -------------------3 -------------------4 -------------------5 -------------------6 --------------------
7
8
9
10
11
12
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Shield
Brown
Red
Blue
Violet
White
TOK
Circular Connector
Pins
-------------------- 16
-------------------2
-------------------3
1st
-------------------6
Cable
-------------------- 10
-------------------- 11
Shield
Brown
Red
Blue
Violet
White
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
16
2
3
6
10
11
2nd
Cable
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4.3.9. Tokheim DPT
SSC CH-7
Pin 1
Pin 2
Pin 3
Pin 4
69 Interface Box (J1)
Function
Screw 4
Screw 2
Screw 1
Screw 3
Shield
RS 485 +
RS 485 Ground
SSC (CH7) To the Tokheim DPT Cable
SSC
DB25 Female
Pins
1 -------------------2 -------------------3 -------------------4 --------------------
Tokheim #69 Box
J1 Connector
Screws
Shield -------------------- 4
White -------------------- 2
Red -------------------- 1
Black -------------------- 3
Note: up to 32 Tokheim DPTs may be connected to the ssc at ch7. A #18 awg 3
conductor shielded cable rated at 600 volts oil and gas resistant must be used for DPT
communication, Allied part #28318sf or equivalent.
Caution: The DPT cable cannot be installed in the same conduit as the intercom
cable or high voltage lines. Serious damage to the DPT and or the SSC may result if the
cable is not installed properly.
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4.3.10. Wayne PIB/Electronic Central Dispenser Control Cable
The SSC uses a Fully Populated RS232 communication board in Channel 5 to interface
to the Wayne PIB/dispensers. Up to 24 fueling positions may be connected. Channel 5
must have a 7-wire custom cable which terminates in a female DB-25 connector.
SSC (CH5) To the Wayne Cable (Female DB-25)
SSC
DB25 Female
Pins
TXD 2
RXD 3
RTS 4
CTS 5
DSR 6
N/C 8
GND 7
DTR 11
N/C 20
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Black
White
Red
Green
Orange
Brown
Blue
Wayne/PIB
DB25 Female
Pins
------------------- 3 RXD
------------------- 2 TXD
------------------- 5 CTS
------------------- 4 RTS
-------------------- 11 DTR
------ 20 N/C
------------------7 GND
-------------------- 8 DCD
------ 6 N/C
4.3.11. Wayne CAT
Up to 24 Wayne CATs may be connected to the SSC at Channel 7.
SSC (CH7) To the Wayne CAT Cable
SSC
DB25 Female
Pins
1
2
3
4" X 4"
J - Box
----------------------------------------------------------
Shield
Red
Black
----------------------------------------------------------
Drain
RS-485 +
RS-485 -
Note: a #18 awg 2 conductor shielded cable rated at 600 volts oil and gas resistant
must be used for cat communication, Allied part #28218 or equivalent.
Caution:
The CAT cable cannot be installed in the same conduit as the intercom
cable or high voltage lines. Serious damage to the CAT and or the SSC may result if the
cable is not installed properly.
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4.3.12. Wayne CAT (With the CAT IF board)
Up to 24 Wayne CATs may be connected to the SSC via the Wayne CAT IF board
which is located inside of the Electronic Central. Channel 7 of the SSC will connect to
the Wayne CAT IF board via the DB25 connector which is located on the outside of the
EC.
SSC (CH7) To the Wayne CAT IF Cable
SSC
DB25 Female
Pins
(Shield) 1
(+RT) 2
(-RT) 3
(GND) 3
(TXENA) 5
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Shield
Red
Green
Black
White
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
CAT IF/EC
DB25 Male
Pins
N/C
23 (RS-485 +)
24 (RS-485 -)
7 (GND)
21 (TX485EN)
Note: when the cat if board is used there is no need to use the #18 awg 2 conductor
shielded cable rated at 600 volts oil and gas resistant . The shielded cable which is
specified above will be sufficient.
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4.3.13. TLS-250/350/350R or Equivalent Cable
The SSC uses Channel 13 to interface to the Veeder-Root or Equivalent tank gauge
systems. Configure the tank gauge communication parameters as follows:
Baud Rate: 9600
Parity: Odd
Stop Bits: 1
Data Bits: 7
On a TLS-250, the communication parameters are set using a rotary switch and DIP
switches, (please refer to the TLS 250 manual).
On a TLS-350, the communication parameters are programmed via the TLS keyboard
(please refer to TLS 350/350R manual).
SSC (CH13) To the Tank gauge Cable
SSC
DB25 Female
Pins
TXD 2
RXD 3
RTS 4
CTS 5
GND 7
DSR 6
DTR 11
--------------------------------------─┐
─┘
-------------------─┐
─┘
Black
White
Red
Tank gauge
DB25 Male
Pins
-------------------3 RXD
-------------------2 TXD
--------------------
7 GND
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4.3.14. PAD Cable
The SSC uses Channel 15 and 16 to interface with the Texaco Credit Host Network and
with other remote computers via a Codex PAD or Personal Earth Station.
The PAD has to be configured (baud-rate, parity, time-outs, etc.) to properly
communicate with the SSC. This is done remotely by Texaco personnel. The SSC does
not configure the PAD.
SSC (CH15 & CH16) To the PAD
SSC
DB25 Female
Pins
TXD 2
RXD 3
RTS 4
CTS 5
DSR 6
GND 7
DTR 11
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Black
White
Red
Green
Brown
Blue
Orange
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Pad
DB25 Male
Pins
2 RXD
3 TXD
4 CTS
5 RTS
6 DTR
7 GND
20 DSR
4.3.15. VSAT Cable
The SSC uses Channel 15 to interface the Hughes Satellite System with the Texaco
Credit Host Network. The Personal Earth Station (PES) has two connection boxes
connected to it. The 1st box is labeled “Port 1” thru “Port 4” and the 2nd box is labeled
“Port 5” thru “Port 8”. SSC CH-15 connects to “Port 1”.
SSC (CH15) To the VSAT Cable
SSC
DB25 Female
Pins
TXD 2
------------------RXD 3
------------------CTS 5
------------------DSR 6
------------------GND 7
------------------DTR 11
-------------------
Black
White
Red
Green
Brown
Blue
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
VSAT
DB25 Male
Pins
2 RXD
3 TXD
8 DCD
6 DTR
7 GND
20 DSR
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4.4.
Technical Tips
4.4.1. Power-Up Diagnostics
1. In order for the software to start working, the code board must be properly installed
and the RAM board must be functional. If after power-up the SSC display (LCD) shows
black boxes on the upper line and blanks on the lower line, the software is not running
properly. Try re-seating the boards and verify the PROMs are also seated properly.
See “Code & Ram Boards” in SSC Diagram section.
a.
After power-up or system reset (caused by pressing the reset button or by
the software generating a reset) the SSC software will initialize the hardware and
run internal diagnostics before starting the application program. To indicate the
software is active, the SSC will display the following:
[SSC System Reset ]
[Initializing ......
]
b.
Next, the SSC will run a main board check. If the test fails (Main Board not
upgraded) the SSC will display the following:
[SSC Brd Rev. Err
[SSC System Halt
]
]
If the ROM test fails the SSC will halt processing. To correct the problem
install a new code board with properly programmed PROMs. See “Code & Ram
Board” in SSC Diagram section.
c. Next, the SSC will perform a ROM checksum. If this test fails (ROM program
corrupted) the SSC will display the following:
[ROM Checksum Err]
[SSC System Halt ]
When the ROM test fails the SSC will halt processing. To correct the
problem, install a code board with properly programmed PROMs. See “Code &
Ram Board Diagram” in SSC Diagram section.
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d. Next, the SSC will move on to the RAM test. This test is used to verify if the
proper RAM board is installed. If this test fails one of the following messages are
displayed:
[Exp Board Error
[SSC System Halt
]
]
or
[BATRAM Board Err ]
[SSC System Halt ]
Possible causes of a "Exp Board Error":
•
•
The wrong type of RAM board is installed in the Expansion connector.
The board in the Expansion connector is defective.
Possible causes of a "BATRAM Board Error":
•
The wrong type of RAM board is installed in the RAM connector.
•
The BATRAM board is not fully populated, i.e. it is a 256 kb BATRAM board
instead of the required 512 kb BATRAM board.
e. Next, the SSC will test the integrity of its internal data files (stored in 512K
BATRAM board). If these files are corrupted the SSC will force an Init Mem All
(data will be lost). If the data appears to be in good shape the SSC will perform a
warm start, i.e. no data is lost.
[T?NvvrrS-BCDLSTW] or [T?NvvrrS-BCDLSTW]
[SSC Init Mem All
]
[SSC Warm Start
]
f. After all tests have passed all application tasks are started, serial
communication links are activated and the SSC is ready for standard operations.
2. Verify the power supply voltages are correct.
See “Power Supply Diagram” in SSC Diagram section.
a. 5VDC
b. 12VDC
c. 28VDC
5.2 VDC
13.5 - 14.7 VDC
27.1 - 29.3 VDC
3. Verify, while the power is off, that all communication boards are securely seated into
their respective card edge connectors. There is the possibility that communication
boards can become dislodged from their respective card-edge connectors due to
shipping.
4. Verify that all prelabeled communication cables are plugged into the correct Channels
on the SSC, POS , and all dispenser electronics. See “Configuration Diagrams” section
for your configuration.
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5. Verify that all configuration options are properly programmed.
See your POS manual for programmming options.
6. If all else fails, perform Init Mem Dis. See ”System Start-Up Mode” on next page.
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4.4.2. Memory All vs. Memory Dispenser
What is the difference between a Memory All and a Memory Dispenser?
A Memory All will erase all internal data and configuration including:
* Dispenser Configuration
* DPT configuration
* Tank gauge configuration
* Credit Host configuration
* Stored Card transactions
* All stored totals and reports
* Software configuration options
* Current transactions
A Memory Dispenser will erase all Dispenser and DPT related data elements
including:
* Dispenser modes
* Dispenser product assignments
* Product prices
* Cash/Credit preset limits
* Current transactions
When to invoke a Memory All versus a Memory Dis?
Memory All
A Memory All should be performed:
1. When a SSC software change occurs (Code Board).
2. When a RAM board is replaced.
Memory Dis
A Memory Dis should only be performed:
1. When a problem cannot be solved, after all hardware possibilities have been
exhausted.
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4.4.3. Performing Memory All , Memory Dis or Normal Start
1.
Press and release the SSC Red reset button. The display will change to
[SSC System Reset ]
[Initializing .....
]
2.
While display reads Initializing, hold down any key on the SSC keypad until
display reads Release key.
[SSC System Reset ]
[Release key ....... ]
3.
After releasing the key the upper display line shows:
[Select Option]
[1 = Select Mode]
[0 = Exit Menu]
Press 1 to get to [Enter Start Mode]
The lower display line will toggle between the following options:
[1 = Init Mem All
[2 = Init Mem Dis
[3 = Normal Start
4.
]
]
]
a. Press "1" to force a Memory All clear (all memory will be re-initialized).
b. Press "2" to Memory Dis. (re-initialize all Dispenser and CRIND related data).
c. Press "3" to select a Normal Start / Warm Start (no data lost).
If you select option "1" or "2" the SSC will prompt for confirmation. It will display one of
the following messages:
[SSC Init Mem All
[0 = No, 1 = Yes
]
]
or
[SSC Init Mem Dis ]
[0 = No, 1 = Yes
]
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5. Press "0" to return to the previous menu (step c).
Press "1" to confirm your selection. The SSC will show one of the following displays:
[SSC Init Mem All
[Initializing.....
]
]
or [SSC Init Mem Dis ] or
[Initializing.....
]
[SSC Warm Start
[Initializing.....
]
]
After completing the SSC initialization the display will change to one of following
screens:
[T?NvvrrS-BCDLSTW] or [T?NvvrrS-BCDLSTW] or
[SSC Init Mem All
]
[SSC Init Mem Dis ]
[T?NvvrrS-BCDLSTW]
[SSC Warm Start
]
The upper line shows the program name and version/revision information. The letters
appearing after the "-" indicate which program features are available.
The lower line shows the start-up mode
6. After performing a Memory All or Memory Dis you should when send the SSC
configuration to the SSC from the POS.
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4.4.4. Display System Information
Using the SSC keyboard, one can enter a password to access the SSC System
Information menu. The password is "321". After entering the password the SSC displays
the following:
Select Option
0 = Exit Menu
1 = System Info
- Last status
- RAM battery status
- SSC board Rev.
2 = Program Info
- All Allied module versions
3 = Idle Status
- Site state: Idle or not
Note: If the Idle Status menu shows “System Not Idle”, press the ‘1’ key to display
further detail regarding the part of the system that is reporting the ‘not idle’ condition.
4 = Init Modem (Initialize Modem, channel 16)
0 = No
1 = Yes (Places modem in auto-answer mode)
Note: Channel 16 is connected to the PAD or the VSAT in all of the “T?NS” versions,
therefore function 4 is not used.
5 = Load Status (Program load status. Whether the SSC is able to receive downloads)
- Ready for load
- Bad RAM
- Not enough RAM
6 = Debit Status
- Link down (Communication problem)
- No Master Key in module (Security module not programmed correctly)
- No Session Key (Security module not programmed correctly)
- Debit not in use (Not configured for Debit)
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4.4.5. Display Channel Information
Using the SSC keyboard one can select a Channel for which to display the
current status. The displayed information includes the Channel status, the Channel
device and expected interface board type. Press 1 to select Channel 1, 2 for Channel 2,
etc., A=CH10, B=CH11, C=CH12, D=CH13, E=CH14, F=CH15 and 0=CH16.
The displayed information uses the following format:
[CH-XX CH-Status ]
[Dev Comm Board ]
CH-XX:
Channel number, XX will be replaced with the selected Channel (01 - 16).
CH-Status: Refer to “Link Status Messages” in the Problems and Solutions section.
The device field contains an acronym for the expected external device.
Dev:
Examples:
POS
DIS
DPT
TLS
FPS
TCH
RNA
Comm Board:
Point Of Sale terminal
Dispenser
Dispenser Payment Terminal
Tank Level System
Fuel Price Sign
Texaco Credit Host
Remote Network Application
This field contains the name of the interface board required
for this Channel.
Examples:
Comm Board
CL 2W 45ma
Tok UDC
RS-232 FP
RS-485
RS-485
CL 6-CH
CL 6-CH A
CL 2W 45ma
Part #
399-1410-Gil
399-1512
399-1610-F
499-2710
499-3710
399-2110
399-2210
499-2410
Description
Current Loop, 2 Wire, 45ma (Gilbarco)
Tokheim UDC, 12V Serial Interface
RS-232 (Fully Populated)
RS-485 board
RS-485 board (Required with CAT IF board)
Current Loop, 6 Channel (Tokheim RPS)
Current Loop, 6 Channel (Bennett)
Current Loop, 2 Wire, 45ma (Gilbarco)
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4.4.6. SSC Diagnostic Messages
The SSC idle display, before the date/time has been configured, is as follows:
[T?NvvrrS-BCDLSTW ]
[PGM: MMM DD YYYY]
The first line shows the program version and available features. The second line
shows the program date (Example: PGM: Jan 15 1995).
The SSC date/time is programmed via messages from the POS or Credit Card
Host. The idle display after receiving the first date/time message is as follows:
[T?NvvrrS-BCDLSTW ]
[01/15/95 10:35AM ]
On start-up, the SSC marks all communication links with external devices as
being down. When a status change occurs, the SSC displays a diagnostic message
using the following format:
[T?NvvrrS-BCDLSTW ]
[CH-XX CH-Status ]
When no other status change occurs within 15 seconds the SSC will return to its
default display, showing the current date/time.
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4.4.7. Card Reader Diagnostics
When the Card Reader is idle (i.e. scrolling SELECT PAY-INSIDE etc...) use the
Card Reader <CLEAR> key to display the Card Reader status. When no error is found
the display will show “SYSTEM OK”.
Below is the list of possible diagnostic messages on Card Reader display:
- PRINTER PAPER LOW
- PRINTER PAPER JAM
- PRINTER OUT OF PAPER
- PRINTER FAILURE
- BILL JAMMED
- CASSETTE REMOVED
- CASSETTE FULL
- CASH ACCEPTOR ERROR
- CAN’T PROCESS PIN
- DEBIT UNAVAILABLE
- SYSTEM OK
After correcting the problem press <CLEAR> again to check if the problem was fixed.
When no error is found the display will show “SYSTEM OK”.
Note: For printer related error messages you have to press the <CLEAR>
key several times to get an updated printer status.
Note: The SSC may not allow a Cash Acceptor sale to begin when a PRINTER OUT
OF PAPER, PRINTER PAPER JAMMED or PRINTER FAILURE condition exists. (This
is a programming option).
4.4.8. TLS Diagnostics
The SSC will automatically check if it is connected to a DIM card. If not, the SSC will not
send any Dispenser Interface commands to the TLS. This allows the SSC to use the same
software at all stations (TLS-250, TLS-350 and TLS-350R).
To display the TLS link status press the “D” key on the SSC keyboard.
CH-13 Link Up
TLS RS-232 FP
Once the SSC detects it is connected to a DIM board the device name changes to TLS-R
CH-13 Link Up
TLS-R RS-232 FP
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4.4.9. Software Cross Reference Charts
“Software Cross-Reference Charts”
The attached cross-reference charts list the software version requirements for the Allied
SSC interface boxes, as well as Bennett, Gilbarco, Tokheim RPS, Tokheim and Wayne
dispensers and in dispenser card readers.
The charts included the most popular dispenser models with a diversity of options. In
addition, the chart includes each manufacturer’s part number for the appropriate
computer/logic board.
These charts should not be used as an indiscriminate software replacement and or
upgrade program. All of the software variations and variables may not be identified in
these charts. Service personnel should not “fix” equipment which is trouble free in order
to satisfy the software version requirements. Allied strongly recommends that the
service personnel contact Allied and/or the appropriate dispenser manufacturer’s Help
Desks before replacing software.
The following is a description of the software version names.
Example: “TGN0512 S-BCDLSTW”
T
G
N
05
12
S
Texaco
Gilbarco
Network (ANDI)
Version
05
Revision
12
SSC
B
C
D
L
S
T
W
Bill acceptor
Card reader capability
Debit capability at the Card reader
Down Load feature
Price Sign
Tank Gauge
Wash (Car Wash)
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4.4.9.1. Bennett Dispenser and DCA Software versions
Dispenser Model
Software Version
7000 (without DCA)
8000 (without DCA)
9000 (with or without DCA)
Horizon (with or without DCA)
???
???
???
???
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4.4.9.2. Gilbarco Dispenser and CRIND Software versions
Gilbarco Dispenser Model
Version
Pre-optimized
Version
H111B, MPD-A3 MPD-1 with Z-80 logic board
MPD-2
10.5 -10.8
24.0, 25.0, 28.0,
25.2, 28.0
1 & 2, 3, 4 & 5
10.5 -10.8
53.6, 53.7, 53.5
54.3.10
H111B, MPD-A3 with 8080 logic board
H111B, MPD-A3 with Z-80 logic board
Modular: MPD-1, MPD-3, H111B
Modular: MPD-3
Advantage:
MPD 2 grade
MPD 3 grade
MPD 4 grade
Model:
Quad 2 grade
Dual 2 grade
B02/B03/B12/B13
B04/B05/B14/B15
B06/B07
B42/B43/B52/B53
B20/B21/B30/B31
1 hose MPD:
Model:
3 grade (3+0)
4 grade (4+0)
Fixed Blender:
3 grade, 6 hs
B84/B85/B94/B95
B86/B87
Selec Blender:
3 gr 1 hs (3+0)
Model:
4 gr 2 hs (3+1)
Model:
Encore 300
Encore 500
& Eclipse
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
70.8.9
30.0.6
20.0.2
01.5.40
72.2.9
32.0.6
22.0.5
01.5.40
77.4.3
37.1.4
27.0.5
01.5.40
75.5.6
35.3.2
25.1.4
01.5.40
Optimized
B64/B65
B78/B79/B7A/B7B/B7E/
B7F/B7G/
B7H/B7K/B7L/
B7N/B7O/BAA/
BAE/BAG/BAK
B71/B7C/B7D/B7J/B7M/
B7P
Gilbarco CRIND
Version Features
Generic
Modular and Advantage
Generic
Advantage and Encore 300
Dual Head Card Reader (Canada Only)
Advantage and Encore 300
Generic
Advantage and Encore 300
Encore 500 and Eclipse
51.1.6 or
60.4.40
60.4.40
Debit, Cash Acceptor
62.4.60
Smartpad
70.3.30
Debit, Cash Acceptor, TRIND
2.0.30
Debit, TRIND, Scanner
Debit, Cash Acceptor
Note: Gilbarco has recommended that these software versions (or newer) should be used with the
corresponding Dispenser and CRIND models.
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4.4.9.3. Tokheim RPS / Tokheim Dispenser and CardScan Software versions
Dispenser Model
Software Version
All Model #4000 (Including truckstop)
Centurion
0130.04.15
1000.05.04
4.4.9.4. Tokheim Dispenser and DPT Software versions
Tokheim Dispenser Model Software version
262A
262A (High Volume)
262A (Fleet operation)
333BSA & TCS
TCSA
Premier B
Premier B (ATC)
Premier B (International)
Premier C
Premier C (High Volume)
Premier C (ATC)
Premier C (International)
Premier IQ / Harmony
FS.03.00.OV
GS.04.10.00
LR.01.05.00
FS.03.00.OV
IB.02.00.00
JN.04.12.00 or
QM.01.01.00
ND.02.00.00
MK.04.12.00
QQ.03.03.00
RA.01.01.00
QZ.01.00.09
QV.01.02.00
1500.01.07
Tokheim DPT
Software version
Standard (Credit only)
Standard w/ TDS (TED)
Standard w/ TDS Plus
Insight
JP.02.21.00
MT.QD.05.01
MT.03.03.00
MT.PQ.06.03
Note: Tokheim Corporation has recommended that these software versions (or newer) should be used
with the corresponding Dispenser and DPT models.
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4.4.9.5. Wayne Dispenser and CAT Software versions
Wayne Dispenser Model Software Version
DL3/390
Standard Vista
Enhanced Vista
IGEM
24, 29 or 30
49.00
13.00
31.00
Wayne CAT
Software Version
Standard Legacy CAT
Enhanced Legacy CAT
Dual CAT
Dual CAT BCB
13.00 or 58.00
64.00
103.00
5.10
Wayne PIB & CPU
Software Version
PIB (1200 or 9600 baud)
2400 CPU
37000 or 39000
49.29 or 49.37
Notes: Wayne Dresser has recommended that these software versions (or newer) should be used with
the corresponding Dispenser, CAT, PIB and CPU models.
As per Wayne’s instructions, CPU versions 49.32, 49.34 and 49.35 cannot be used.
CPU version 49.37 & PIB 39000 must be used for the “Dynamic pricing” feature.
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4.4.9.6. ANDI Software versions
For an up to date list of the ANDI software versions, please visit our website at:
www.AlliedElectronics.com
Go to: “Technical Info” > “Software Release Notes”
http://www.alliedelectronics.com/software_release_notes.htm
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4.5.
Problems and Solutions
4.5.1. Channel Status Messages
The following messages are used for the various serial interfaces. The XX in the
display messages represent the associated Channel number.
a.
[CH-XX Not In Use ]
This version of SSC software does not use this Channel.
b.
[CH-XX CTS/DSR Dn]
Both CTS and DSR signals are down. Possible causes are:
- External device is not raising RTS and DTR (it is not running)
- Cable problem (disconnected, pin-out error, broken wire, etc)
- Interface board problem (not installed, wrong board, board error)
c.
[CH-XX CTS/DSR Up]
Both CTS and DSR signals have been restored.
d.
[CH-XX DSR Down ]
The DSR signal is down. Possible causes are:
- External device is not raising DTR (it is not running)
- Cable problem (disconnected, pin-out error, broken wire, etc)
- Interface board problem (not installed, wrong board, board error)
e.
[CH-XX DSR Up
]
The DSR signal has been restored.
f.
[CH-XX CTS Down ]
The CTS signal is down. Possible causes are:
- External device is not raising RTS (it is not running)
- Cable problem (disconnected, pin-out error, broken wire, etc)
- Interface board problem (not installed, wrong board, board error)
g.
[CH-XX CTS Up
]
The CTS signal has been restored.
h.
[CH-XX Loop Error ]
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For some interface boards the SSC expects to receive an echo of each
character that is transmitted. When this fails we have a loop error.
Possible causes:
- Cable problem (disconnected, pin-out error, broken wire, etc)
- Distribution Box problem
- Device problem (e.g. a dispenser is down)
- Interface board configured wrong
i.
[CH-XX Rx TimeOut
]
Receive Time Out: This message is displayed when the external device doesn't
return the proper response to the SSC (e.g. no ACK, no NAK etc.)
Possible causes are:
- External device ignores SSC (busy or locked up)
- Cable problem (pin-out error on Receive Data and/or Transmit Data)
j.
[CH-XX Rx Parity
]
Receive Parity Error: A parity error occurred while receiving a message from the
external device. The message is discarded, usually this error will be corrected.
On dispenser or card reader Channels this error can occur when two or more
devices have been addressed the same.
k.
[CH-XX Rx Framing ]
Receive Framing Error: A framing error occurred while receiving a message from
the external device. The message is discarded, usually this error will be corrected.
On dispenser or card reader Channels this error can occur when two or more
devices have been addressed the same.
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l.
[CH-XX Await Cnfg ]
Await Configuration: The SSC is waiting to be configured before this Channel
becomes active. Example: The dispenser Channels are not active until the POS
has configured the dispensers.
m.
[CH-XX Await Strt
]
Await Start: The SSC is waiting for the external device to respond to a start-up
request. Example: As part of the configuration process the POS sends credit
network parameters to the SSC. After receiving these parameters the SSC will
issue a Network Start-Up request to the Credit Card Host. The SSC will not send
any other messages to this Channel until the Credit Card Host has accepted the
Start-Up message.
n.
[CH-XX Link Up
]
Normal state, the Channel is up and running. No errors have been detected.
o.
[CH-XX Disabled
]
The interface provided via this Channel has been disabled, i.e. this SSC program
doesn't support this device. Call technical support to order a program with this
feature enabled.
p.
[CH-XX Port Error ]
The SSC was unable to access the serial port device. This can occur when there
is a problem found with a Channel on the main board.
q.
[CH-XX Log Off
]
The external device has logged off, i.e. it informed the SSC that it was
(temporarily) going down. Example: Exit the POS program and go to the DOS
prompt.
r.
[CH-XX Device Ver ]
The external device is running an incompatible software version. To correct this
problem upgrade the device to the appropriate software version and/or revision
and restart the device.
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4.5.2. 5V Power Supply Voltage
5VDC Power Supply
Voltage is Zero
Verify that AC power
is supplied to SSC.
Is AC power
supplied?
NO
Apply AC power
to SSC
YES
Check continuity from Power Supply
connector CP51 to SSC Main Board
connector CON 40
Do you have
continuity?
NO
Replace DC Power
Supply cable
YES
Disconnect DC Power
Supply cable and check
Power Supply output
5VDC Voltage
correct?
NO
Replace Power
Supply
YES
Reconnect Power Supply cable,
remove all Communication
Boards, and check voltages again
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5VDC Voltage
correct?
NO
Replace SSC
Main Board
YES
Reinstall the Communication Boards one at a time
checking the voltages after installing each board to
find the board that is bringing the voltages down
Found board
that is bringing
down voltage
YES
Replace bad
Comm. Board
NO
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5V Power Supply Voltage fluctuates anywhere from 4.0V to 5.0V.
5VDC Power Supply
Voltage Fluctuates
Verify that the DC Power
Supply cable is new version.
NO
Connector on
Power Supply end
is (11/16”) long?
Replace with new DC
Power Supply cable
YES
Adjust 5VDC on Power Supply
See “Power Supply Diagram”
in SSC Diagrams Section
Do you have
a good 5VDC
reading?
YES
STOP
NO
Check conitinuity of
DC Power Supply cable
Do you have
conitinuity?
NO
Replace DC Power
Supply cable
YES
Disconnect DC Power
Supply cable and check
Power Supply output
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NO
5VDC Voltage
correct?
Replace Power
Supply
YES
Reconnect Power Supply cable,
remove all Communication Boards,
and check voltages again
5VDC Voltage
correct?
NO
Replace SSC
Main Board
YES
Reinstall the communication boards one at a time
checking the voltages after installing each board to
find the board that is bringing the voltages down
Found board
that is bringing
down voltage
YES
Replace bad
Communication
Board
NO
Contact Allied’s Technical Support
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4.5.3. SSC Display
SSC LCD display shows all black boxes on top line
SSC LCD Display
shows all black boxes
Verify that all three
DC voltages are correct.
Adjust voltages. See
“Power Supply Diagram”
in SSC Diagram Section
Are voltages
correct?
NO
YES
Reseat Code and Ram Boards
Did reseating
boards work?
YES
STOP
NO
Replace Code Board
Did replacing
Code Board
work?
YES
STOP
NO
Replace Ram Board
Did replacing
Ram Board work?
YES
STOP
NO
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Replace LCD Board
See “LCD Display”
in SSC Diagrams
Section
Did replacing
LCD Board work?
YES
STOP
NO
Replace SSC Main
Did replacing
Main Board work?
YES
STOP
NO
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Display reads: "SPURIOUS INT", "NMI INT", or "COMM I/O ERROR"
Display reads
SPURIOUS INT,
NMI INT or
COMM I/O ERROR
Verify that all three
DC voltages are correct.
Are voltages
correct?
NO
Adjust voltages. See
“Power Supply Diagram”
in SSC Diagram Section
YES
Replace Code Board
Display reads
correct?
YES
STOP
NO
Replace Ram Board
Display reads
correct?
YES
STOP
NO
Replace SSC Main Board
Display reads
correct?
YES
STOP
NO
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4.5.4. No Communication SSC Messages
No communication between SSC and External device [CH-XX Rx TimeOut]
Note: This message will
appear when you press the
Channel # on the SSC keypad
SSC display reads
[CH-XX Rx TimeOut]
b t
Verify external device (e.g. POS,
PAD, Dispensers, etc.) are
running ok and not locked up.
NO
External device is
running ok?
Program or repair
external device (e.g. POS
PAD, Dispensers, etc..)
YES
Verify that the pinouts of
this cable are correct
See “Cable Pinouts”
Are cable
pinouts
correct?
NO
YES
Correct Cable Pinouts.
Be sure to remove head
shell of cable and see
“Cable Pinouts” section
or try new cable
Replace communicaton
board in CH-XX slot
Is
communication
restored to ext.
device?
YES
STOP
NO
Replace SSC Main Board
Is
communication
restored to ext.
device?
YES
STOP
NO
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No communication between the SSC and External device messages.
[CH-XX CTS/DSR Dn]
[CH-XX CTS Down]
[CH-XX DSR Down]
Note: This message will
appear when you press the
Channel # on the SSC keypad
SSC display reads
[CH-XX CTS/DSR Dn]
b t
Verify external device (e.g.
POS, PAD, Dispensers, etc.)
are running ok.
External device is
running ok?
NO
Program or repair
external device (e.g. POS
PAD, Dispensers, etc..)
YES
Verify that the communication
cable from CH-XX of SSC is
connected to external device
Cable is
connected?
NO
Connect cable from CH-XX of
SSC to external device
See “Configuration Diagrams”
YES
Verify that the pinouts of
this cable are correct
See “Cable Pinouts”
Are cable
pinouts
correct?
YES
NO
Correct Cable Pinouts.
Be sure to remove head
shell of cable and see
“Cable Pinouts” section
or try new cable
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Is
communication
restored to ext.
device?
YES
STOP
NO
Replace SSC Main Board
Is
communication
restored to ext.
device?
YES
STOP
NO
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No communication between the SSC and Ext. device [CH-XX Loop Error]
Note: This message will
appear when you press the
Channel # on the SSC keypad
SSC display reads
[CH-XX Loop Error]
b t
Verify cables from SSC to
Dispensers, Card Readers and
Distribution Box are connected
correctly
NO
Are cables
correct
Connect cables correctly.
See “Configuration Diagrams”
YES
Verify that the pinouts of
this cable are correct
See “Cable Pinouts”
Are cable
pinouts
correct?
NO
YES
Correct Cable Pinouts.
Be sure to remove head
shell of cable and see
“Cable Pinouts” section
or try new cable
Verify that the Distribution
Box is working correctly
Is
Distribution
Box working
correctly?
NO
Repair Distribution
Box problem.
See manufactures
manuals.
YES
Verify that the Dispensers
are working correctly
Are
the Dispensers
working
correctly?
YES
NO
Repair Dispenser
problem.
See manufactures
manuals.
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No communication between SSC and Dispensers [CH-XX Rx Parity]
Note: This message will
appear when you press the
Channel # on the SSC keypad
SSC display reads
[CH-XX Rx Parity]
Is
CH-XX a
Dispenser
Channel?
YES
Verify that the
Dispensers are
addressed correctly.
NO
Are
Dispensers
addressed
correctly?
NO
Address Dispensers
correctly. See “Dispenser
Addressing” section
YES
Is
CH-XX a
Card Reader
Channel?
NO
YES
Verify that the
Card Readers are
addressed correctly.
NO
Are
Card Readers
addressed
correctly?
Address Card Readers
correctly. See “Dispenser
Addressing” section
YES
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4.5.5. Card Reader Display
Card Reader display reads "OUT OF SERVICE"*
Card Reader display
reads “OUT OF
SERVICE”*
Verify that the POS is programmed
to enable Card Readers on this
dispenser. See POS manual.
Is the POS
programmed for
Card Reader?
NO
*Note: “OUT OF SERVICE” prompt
applies to Wayne.
“PLEASE PAY INSIDE” applies to
Gilbarco.
“OUT OF ORDER SEE ATTENDENT”
applies to Tokheim RPS.
“PAY AT THE PUMP NOT AVAILABLE”
applies to Tokheim.
Enable Card Readers
in POS.
See POS manual
YES
Verify that the communication
cable from SSC CH.7 to the
Card Reader electronics is
connected correctly**
NO
Is CH.7 cable
connected
correctly?
**Note: CH.7 cable connection only
applies to Gilbarco, Tokhiem, and
Wayne dispensers
Connect communication
cable is connected correctly
See “Configuration Diagrams”
YES
Verify that the pinouts of
this cable are correct
See “Cable Pinouts”
Are Cable
Pinouts
correct?
YES
NO
Correct Cable Pinouts.
Be sure to remove head
shell of cable and see
“Cable Pinouts” section
or try new cable
Replace Communicaton
Board in CH.7 slot
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Is the correct
prompt displayed
outside?
YES
STOP
NO
Replace SSC Main Board
Is the correct
prompt displayed
outside?
YES
STOP
NO
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Card Reader display reads "POS UNAVAILABLE"
POS Unavailable
Verify that the POS is
communicating properly. (e.g.
Powered Up, On-line, etc.)
Is the POS
functioning
correctly?
NO
Correct POS
problem.
See POS manual
YES
Verify that the
communication cable
from SSC CH.1 to the
POS correctly**
**Note: CH.1 cable connection
applies to POS 1, & CH. 2 = POS
2 etc.
NO
Is CH.1 cable
connected
correctly?
Connect communication
cable is connected correctly
See “Configuration Diagrams”
YES
Verify that the pinouts of
this cable are correct
See “Cable Pinouts”
Are Cable
Pinouts
correct?
YES
NO
Correct Cable Pinouts.
Be sure to remove head
shell of cable and see
“Cable Pinouts” section
or try new cable
Replace Communicaton
Board in CH.1 slot
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Is the correct
prompt displayed
outside?
YES
STOP
NO
Replace SSC Main Board
Is the correct
prompt displayed
outside?
YES
STOP
NO
Contact Allied’s Technical Support
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Card Reader display reads “Dispenser Unavailable” on ALL dispensers
All Card Reader displays read,
“DISPENSER UNAVAILABLE”
Verify that the cable from CH.5 of
the SSC to the Dispenser
Electronics is connected correctly
Is CH.5 cable
connected
correctly?
NO
*Note: This applies to Bennett,
Gilbarco, Tokheim, and Wayne
dispensers only.
Schlumbger will read
“OUT OF ORDER
SEE ATTENDENT”.
Connect cable correctly.
See “Configuration Diagrams”
YES
Verify that the pinouts of
this cable are correct
See “Cable Pinouts”
Are cable
pinouts
correct?
NO
YES
Correct Cable Pinouts.
Be sure to remove head
shell of cable and see
“Cable Pinouts” section
or try new cable
Replace Communicaton
Board in CH.5 slot
Does
Card Reader
prompt change to:
“Insert Card or Select
Pay Inside” ?
YES
STOP
NO
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Replace SSC Main Board
Does
Card Reader
prompt change to:
“Insert Card or Select
Pay Inside” ?
YES
STOP
NO
Contact Allied’s Technical Support
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Card Reader display reads “CAN’T PROCESS PIN” on ALL dispensers
Dispenser display reads
CAN’T PROCESS PIN
b t
Note: This message will only
appear when Debit key is
pressed.
Press “8” key
on SSC keypad.
Does
display read
(Waiting config.
or Link Up)
YES
Program or repair
external device
(e.g. Debit Box)
NO
Verify that the communication
cable from CH-XX of SSC is
connected to external device
Cable is
connected?
NO
Connect cable from CH-XX of
SSC to external device
See “Configuration Diagrams”
YES
Verify that the pinouts of
this cable are correct
See “Cable Pinouts”
Are cable
pinouts
correct?
YES
NO
Correct Cable Pinouts.
Be sure to remove head
shell of cable and see
“Cable Pinouts” section
or try new cable
Replace communicaton
board in CH-XX slot
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Is
communication
restored to ext.
device?
YES
STOP
NO
Replace SSC Main Board
Is
communication
restored to ext.
device?
YES
STOP
NO
Contact Allied’s Technical Support
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4.6.
Replacement Parts List
Part Number
499-2410
Description
20/45 ma. Current Loop Board (Gilbarco Pump/CRINDS)
399-1610-F
Fully Populated RS-232 Board (POS, Wayne PIB, Debit, Tank
gauge, Car wash, Network)
399-1512
12 Volt Serial Interface Board (Tokheim Pump Control)
499-3710
RS485 Board (Tok DPT, Wayne CAT w/ or w/o the CAT IF board)
499-2810-TGN
Code Board (Texaco / Gilbarco/ Network ANDI)
499-2810-TSN
Code Board (Texaco / Tokheim/RPS / Network ANDI
499-2810-TTN
Code Board (Texaco / Tokheim / Network ANDI
499-2810-TWN
Code Board (Texaco / Wayne / Network ANDI)
499-2840A
Battery back RAM (512K)
499-2400
Main Board
MRW150KV
150KV Power Supply
MRW160KV
160KV Power Supply
142910
Power Supply Screen
HT9315
AC Power Supply Cable
HT9358
AC power supply cable w/ON-OFF switch
HT9316
DC Power Supply Cable
VC16203TANR
Display Board with Cables
HT9318
Short Ribbon Cable
HT9314
Long Ribbon Cable
17250
AC Cord
470450
Metal Enclosure
VG3-3
Card Guides
281920
Lock and Key
499AP-TMAN
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Part Number
Description
HT9325A–Length
HT9325-ADP
Cabe, (ANDI to Point Of Sale w/ DB25 connection)
RJ45 adapter, (ANDI to Point Of Sale w/ DB25 connection)
HT9359–Length
HT9359-ADP
Cabe, (ANDI to Point Of Sale w/ DB9 connection)
RJ45 adapter, (ANDI to Point Of Sale w/ DB9 connection)
HT9323B-Length
HT9323B-ADP
Cable, (ANDI to Gilbarco “D” box, Pump control)
RJ45 adapter, (ANDI to Gilbarco “D” box, Pump control)
HT9323C-Length
HT9323C-ADP
Cable, (ANDI to Gilbarco “D” box, CRIND control)
RJ45 adapter, (ANDI to Gilbarco “D” box, CRIND control)
HT9385B-ADP
RJ45 adapter, (ANDI side only, for Gilbarco “D” box w/ RJ45 connection,
Pump control)
RJ45 adapter, (ANDI side only, for Gilbarco “D” box w/ RJ45 connection,
CRIND control)
HT9385C-ADP
HT9330-Length
HT9330-ADP
Cable, (ANDI to Gilbarco Security Module “GSM”, Debit)
RJ45 adapter, (ANDI to Gilbarco Security Module “GSM”, Debit)
HT9331A-Length
Cable, (ANDI to Tokheim/RPS Junction Box, Pump/CardScan)
HT9347-Length
HT9347-ADP
Cable, (ANDI to Tokheim/RPS Security Module “TAM”, Debit)
RJ45 adapter, (ANDI to Tokheim/RPS “TAM”, Debit)
HT9303-Length
HT9303-ADP
Cable, (ANDI to Tokheim Distribution box, Pump control)
RJ45 adapter, (ANDI to Tokheim Distribution box, Pump control)
HT9301-Length
HT9301-ADP
Cable, (ANDI to Tokheim #69 box, DPT control)
RJ45 adapter, (ANDI to Tokheim #69 box, DPT control)
HT9339-Length
HT9339-ADP
Cable, (ANDI to Wayne PIB, Pump control)
RJ45 adapter, (ANDI to Wayne PIB, Pump control)
HT9356-Length
HT9356-ADP
Cable, (ANDI to Wayne CAT IF board)
RJ45 adapter, (ANDI to Wayne CAT IF board)
HT9338-Length
HT9338-ADP
Cable, (ANDI to Veeder Root tank gauge)
RJ45 adapter, (ANDI to Veeder Root tank gauge)
HT9348-Length
HT9348-ADP
Cable, (ANDI to Ryko III controller)
RJ45 adapter, (ANDI to Ryko III controller)
HT9344-Length
HT9344-ADP
Cable, (ANDI to Ryko IV & Unitec POS 4000 controller)
RJ45 adapter, (ANDI to Ryko IV & Unitec POS 4000 controller)
HT9350-Length
HT9350-ADP
Cable, (ANDI to Unitec Interlink controller)
RJ45 adapter, (ANDI to Unitec Interlink controller)
HT9349-Length
HT9349-ADP
Cable, (ANDI to VSAT, Equiva Network)
RJ45 adapter, (ANDI to VSAT, Equiva Network)
All communication cables are available in the following lengths: 25’, 50’, 75’, 100’, 125’, 150’, 175’, and 200’.
Note: Consult Allied Technical Support for cable lengths exceeding 200’.
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