user guide
MACH 9
Coin Sorter and Counter
Basic Control w/RS232 Interface
DE LA RUE
CASH SYSTEMS INC.
Box 200
705 S. 12th Street
Watertown, WI 53094 USA
Tel:
Fax:
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)
262--3300
527--2638
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Web: http://www.delarue.com
Dear Customer,
Thank you for purchasing the Mach 9 Coin Sorter/Counter from De La Rue. This product is yet
another step to fulfilling our mission:
To enable the secure and cost effective availability of cash
when and where people need it.
This innovative product incorporates the very latest technology for you to process coins faster and
more accurately than ever before. It contains De La Rue designed and patented components which
make this product unique.
Additional benefits of the Mach 9 are:
S
One of the fastest coin sorters available, sorting coins at speeds of up to 4500 per minute
S
Capable of sorting up to nine denominations of coin
S
Autofeed system improves throughput
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Few moving parts and simplified electronics, making it easy to use and maintain
With over 100 years’ experience in the design, development and manufacture of world class coin
processors, De La Rue supplies more products world-wide than any other manufacturer. Quality is
paramount in our manufacturing process and we are proud to hold certificates for European quality
directives for both safety and electromagnetic standards. In addition to this, manufacturing sites
have been awarded ISO9001 quality certificates.
To ensure maximum life from your Sorter, we recommend that it is regularly serviced. To assist you,
we provide worldwide service and support through our network of branch offices and authorized
distributors. Please contact them for the location of your nearest service office.
We wish you many years of carefree Mach 9 use.
De La Rue
Cash Systems Inc.
De La Rue
Cash Systems Inc.
a division of
De La Rue International Ltd.
Registered Office
Box 200
705 S. 12th Street
Watertown, WI 53094 USA
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FCC Interference Statement
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 and television reception. It has
been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class A or Class B computing device pursuant to
Subpart J of Part 15 of FCC Rules which are designed to provide reasonable protection against such
interference in a residential installation. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur
in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause interference with radio or television reception,
which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct
the interference by taking one or more of the following measures:
n Reorient the receiving (radio/TV) antenna
n Move the sorter to the right or left with respect to the receiver
n Move the sorter away from the receiver
n Plug the sorter into a different outlet so that the sorter and receiver are on different branch circuits.
Warning: Only equipment certified to comply with the Class A or Class B limits may be attached.
Operation with noncertified equipment is likely to cause radio and TV reception interference.
Peripherals should be interfaced using only shielded cables to maintain FCC Class A or Class B certification and to reduce the possibility of interference with radio and television reception.
Reference material
If this equipment does cause reception interference, the user should contact an authorized sales or
service representative for suggestions. Two booklets, the CIB Interference Handbook and the CIB Telephone Interference Booklet are provided by the Compliance and Information Bureau of the Federal
Communications Commission. To obtain copies, call the Bureau at (202) 418-1100 or on the Internet at
http://www.fcc.gov/cib.
De La Rue International Limited is pleased to give detailed specifications of its products in this manual
but expressly reserves the right to vary these at its discretion at any time without notice. As the Company’s products and services are continuously being developed it is important for customers to check that
the information herein includes the latest particulars. This guide is for general guidance only and may
contain inappropriate information under particular conditions of use. All recommendations and suggestions issued by or on behalf of the Company in whatever form, are subject to the Company’s terms and
conditions of sale, of which a copy will be supplied on request. This document is not part of a contract
or license, save insofar as may be expressly agreed.
 De La Rue International Limited 1997
All items of technical information, advice, knowhow, drawings, designs, specifications and other items
communicated in this document are confidential and remain the property of De La Rue International
Limited and shall not be disclosed to a third party without written consent of De La Rue International
Limited.
The above duty of confidence also entails a prohibition of reproduction of this text without authority, in
writing from De La Rue International Limited.
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user guide
MACH 9
Coin Sorter and Counter
Basic Control
w/RS232 Interface
SAFE OPERATION OF THIS PRODUCT IS DEPENDENT UPON PROPER
INSTALLATION WITH COMPATIBLE EQUIPMENT AND BY AN AUTHORIZED SALES
OR SERVICE REPRESENTATIVE. INCOMPLETE OR INCORRECT INSTALLATION
MAY RESULT IN DAMAGE TO THE EQUIPMENT OR PERSONAL INJURY.
ACCIDENTS AND COUNTING INACCURACIES CAN BE AVOIDED IF THE
OPERATOR IS COMPLETELY FAMILIAR WITH THIS PRODUCT AND ITS
OPERATION. ONLY COINS / TOKENS WITHIN THE RANGES DESCRIBED IN THE
SPECIFICATIONS SECTION OF THIS GUIDE SHOULD BE PROCESSED. ANY / ALL
OTHER OBJECTS SHOULD BE REMOVED FROM THE COIN MIX BEFORE
PROCESSING. NEVER ALLOW TOOLS, FINGERS, HAIR OR LOOSE CLOTHING
NEAR MOVING PARTS. NO ATTEMPT SHOULD BE MADE TO DISASSEMBLE THIS
PRODUCT. IF SERVICE IS REQUIRED, CONTACT YOUR AUTHORIZED SERVICE
REPRESENTATIVE.
THIS IS NOT A
SELF--SERVICE PRODUCT.
OPERATION OF THIS PRODUCT
SHOULD BE PERFORMED ONLY
BY PROPERLY TRAINED
PERSONS.
DELARUE ACCEPTS NO LIABILITY FOR
ANY LOSS OR DAMAGE ARISING OUT OF
THE UNAUTHORIZED USE, MODIFICATION
OR ADJUSTMENT OF THE PRODUCT OR
RELATED EQUIPMENT DESCRIBED OR
REFERRED TO IN THIS DOCUMENT.
The information contained herein is proprietary
and is not to be used for purposes other than
as an aid in the operation and/or maintenance
of the equipment described herein and is further not to be released or reproduced by anyone without the written permission of:
DE LA RUE
CASH SYSTEMS INC.
BOX 200
705 SOUTH 12TH STREET
WATERTOWN, WISCONSIN 53094
USA
#0000474
REV 02
COPYRIGHT 2000
ALL RIGHTS RESERVED
Printed
in USA
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user guide
Declaration of conformity
Manufacturer & responsible person
Details of product
DE LA RUE
CASH SYSTEMS INC.
Box 200
705 S. 12th Street
Watertown, WI 53094 USA
Telephone: (920) 262 - 3300
Fax: (920) 261 - 1783
Coin Sorter / Counter
Model types
6600000 -- 6699999 (230V)
This product conforms to the essential requirements of:
Directive 89 / 336 / EEC
Electromagnetic compatibility
Directive 73 / 23 / EEC
Low voltage electrical equipment (safety)
and conformity has been demonstrated by meeting the applicable requirements of the
following standards:
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contents
1. INTRODUCTION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1
2. MODEL IDENTIFICATION . . . . . . . . . . . . 2
3. SPECIFICATIONS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
4. OPTIONS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4
5. INSTALLATION
UNPACK . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5
COIN BAGS / POWER CORD . . . . . . . . . 6
POWER / INTERLOCK SWITCHES . . . . 7
THERMAL PRINTER . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
IMPACT PRINTER . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
6. OPERATOR CONTROL MODULE
OVERVIEW . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .10
FUNCTION KEYS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
.
ICONS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .12
DISPLAY SCREENS
HOME . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .18
HOME ALL CLEAR . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19
FULL BAG DISPLAY . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20
BAGSTOP ENTRY . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21
BATCH HEADER SUMMARY. . . . . . . . . 22
BATCH COIN SUMMARY . . . . . . . . . . . . 23
GRAND HEADER SUMMARY . . . . . . . . 24
GRAND COIN SUMMARY . . . . . . . . . . . 25
BAG COUNT DISPLAY . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26
7. OPERATING THE SORTER
APPLYING POWER . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27
SETTING THE TIME / DATE. . . . . . . . . . 28
PROCESSING COIN . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30
DISPLAYING QUANTITIES
AND / OR TOTALS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32
ACCEPTING QUANTITIES
AND / OR TOTALS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 39
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7. OPERATING THE SORTER (CON’T)
CLEARING QUANTITIES
AND / OR TOTALS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 40
WHEN YOU REACH A BAGSTOP . . . . 42
CHANGING THE BAGSTOP
QUANTITY . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .43
8. OPERATOR DISPLAY MESSAGES
INTRODUCTION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 45
COVER OPEN / COIN JAM . . . . . . . . . . 45
RAM / ROM ERROR . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 46
ILLEGAL KEY OR CLEAR SEQUENCE 47
CLEAN SENSOR . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 48
COIN BAG PRESENCE . . . . . . . . . . . . . 49
NO ACCEPT WHILE COUNTING . . . . . 50
PRINTER BUSY . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 51
COMMUNICATIONS ERROR. . . . . . . . . 52
9. PROGRAMMING
DEFAULT SETTINGS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 53
INITIALIZING CONTROL FOR
INTERNAL PRINTER OPERATION. . . . 56
INITIALIZING CONTROL FOR
EXTERNAL PRINTER OPERATION. . . 60
INITIALIZING CONTROL FOR
REMOTE DISPLAY OPERATION . . . . . 63
PROGRAMMING KEY FUNCTIONS . . . 66
10. CIRCUIT PROTECTION . . . . . . . . . . . . . 93
11. SORTER CLEANING / JAM REMOVAL 94
12. SERVICE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .98
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Introduction
overview
1
5
4
3
2
6
The Mach 9 Coin Sorter and Counter is designed for ease of operation. Coins are sorted
and counted at a rate of up to 4500 coins per
minute (depending on the coin mix). Both the
denomination and quantity totals are registered
on the Operator Control Module located on the
front of the Sorter.
1. Inspection Pan
Allows inspection of coin mix and removal of
unwanted objects before coins enter the
Sorting Area.
2. Power Switch
Turns Main Power to Sorter on and off.
3. Operator Control Module
FIGURE #91
SORTER DESCRIPTION
Communications link between the Sorter
and the operator. All Sorter operation is
controlled here.
4. Display
Visual communications link between the
Sorter and the Operator.
5. Keylock
Allows access to programming mode.
6. Access Cover (Work Surface)
Convenient work space for operator.
Note: Remove to raise Top Housing for access to Sorting Module and / or other internal components.
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Model identification
model identification
2
6600022
USA / CANADA
-- W / O PRINTER
6600032
USA / CANADA
-- W / PRINTER
6600111
UK
-- W / O PRINTER
6600112
UK
-- W / PRINTER
6600116
FRANCE
-- W / O PRINTER
6600117
FRANCE
-- W / PRINTER
6600121
SPAIN
-- W / O PRINTER
6600122
SPAIN
-- W / PRINTER
6600141
MEXICO
-- W / O PRINTER
6600142
MEXICO
-- W / PRINTER
6600176
UAE
-- W / PRINTER
6600640
DOM REP
-- W / O PRINTER
6600801
EURO ( NOTE A ) -- W / O PRINTER
6600802
EURO ( NOTE A ) -- W / PRINTER
6600805
EURO ( NOTE B ) -- W / O PRINTER
6600806
EURO ( NOTE B ) -- W / PRINTER
Specifications
specifications
Size;
Height . . . . . . . . . . .
Width . . . . . . . . . . . .
Depth . . . . . . . . . . .
Weight . . . . . . . . . . .
40 Inches (102 cm)
27 Inches (69 cm)
28.25 Inches (72 cm)
200 Pounds (90 kg)
Sorting Speed . . . . Up to 4,500 Coins per Minute
(depending on coin mix)
Ambient (Room) Temperature. . . . . . . . .
+77 Degrees Fahrenheit
+25 Degrees Centigrade
Voltage . . . . . . . . . . Compatible with most worldwide
voltages and frequencies.
100 -- 240 VAC / 50 or 60 HZ, 6.3A
Coin Diameter Capability . . . . . . . . . . . . .
.640” (16.26 mm) Dia. (Min.)
1.467” (37.26 mm) Dia. (Max.)
Coin Thickness Capability . . . . . . . . . . . .
.039” (1 mm) (Minimum)
.118” (3 mm) (Maximum)
Inspection Pan Capacity . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Approximately 5,000 Coins
(18 mm) Dia.
Hopper Capacity . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Approximately 5,000 Coins
(18 mm) Dia.
* Weight is approximate, will vary with options selected.
THIS EQUIPMENT MUST BE GROUNDED FOR PROPER OPERATION. USE OF EXTENSION
CORDS OR 3--2 ADAPTERS IS NOT RECOMMENDED. IF A 3--2 ADAPTER IS USED, THE
GROUNDING WIRE OR TANG MUST BE CONNECTED TO THE BUILDING GROUND. FOR
OPTIMUM SAFETY, THE POWER CORD SHOULD BE DISCONNECTED FROM THE POWER
SOURCE BEFORE CLEANING OR SERVICING. THE SOCKET OR OUTLET SHOULD BE
INSTALLED NEAR THE EQUIPMENT AND BE EASILY ACCESSIBLE.
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Options
options
There are five (5) options available. Options are
also packaged separately, complete with installation instructions, for installation at a later date.
A. MAGNET ---- Attaches to Inspection Pan to
prevent unwanted metallic objects from entering the Sorting Area.
B. REMOTE BATCH DISPLAY ---- Allows others to observe the total as coins are sorted /
counted.
C. PRINTER ---- Provides a permanent record
(audit trail) of all transactions.
D. SECURITY DOORS ---- Provide security for
coin bags when Sorter is not in use.
E. BAG SHELF SPACER ---- Allows use of alternate sized coin bags.
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Installation
unpack
The internal packaging is designed not only for
protection during shipment but to allow an easy
means of removal from the shipping container.
Shipping
Carton
Inner
Liner
THE SORTER WEIGHS APPROXIMATELY 200 POUNDS. FOLLOW THE
UNPACKING
INSTRUCTIONS
TO
AVOID DAMAGE TO THE SORTER OR
PERSONAL INJURY.
Top
Pad
1. Remove the Inner Liner and Top Pad shown
in FIGURE #92.The Accessories Package
(located in the Coin Hopper) may be
removed at this time, if desired.
Accessories
Package
2. Referring to FIGURE #93, carefully roll the
Sorter forward until the Front Casters are
resting on the floor in front of the Pallet.
Pallet
3. Raise the rear of the Sorter up slightly to
clear the Support Block, and continue to roll
the Sorter carefully forward to clear the Pallet. Lower the Sorter to the floor.
CHECK FOR SHIPPING
DAMAGE
FIGURE #92
PACKAGING
SUPPORT HERE
SUPPORT
HERE
SUPPORT
BLOCK
PALLET
ROLL
FORWARD
FRONT CASTER
FIGURE #93
UNPACKING
The Sorter and all options were
thoroughly tested after they were
manufactured and carefully packaged when they left the factory.
ANY DAMAGE THAT MAY HAVE
BEEN DONE IN SHIPMENT
SHOULD BE REPORTED TO
THE CARRIER IMMEDIATELY,
AND THE SHIPPING CARTON(S) AND PACKAGING RETAINED FOR INSPECTION, IF
NECESSARY.
CHECK FOR MISSING PARTS
Compare the items received
against the original order. Notify
your Sales / Service Representative of any discrepancies.
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Installation
coin bags / power cord
To install a Coin Bag, lift the appropriate Spout,
slip the Bag over the Spout, and, while holding
the bag tightly around the top of the Spout, return the Spout to home position.
The Coin Bag must rest on the Stand Shelf to
support the weight of the coin. If, as the bag fills,
it begins to stretch and hang from the Bagging
Spout, the use of the optional Shelf Spacer will
be required for proper bag support.
Bag
Spout
Note: To prevent coin spillage, fold the coin
bag tops toward the front--center of the sorter when using the security doors.
Stand
Shelf
FIGURE #94
COIN BAG INSTALLATION
Check the Power Cord supplied with the Sorter
to ensure compatibility with local requirements.
If a different plug connection is required, obtain
the correct Power Cord assembly locally.
Power Cord
Connection
FIGURE #95
POWER CORD CONNECTION
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Installation
power / interlock switches
Be sure the Power Switch (See FIGURE #96) is
in the OFF position. Connect the Sorter end of
the Power Cord as shown in FIGURE #95, and
the opposite end to a grounded AC outlet of the
appropriate voltage.
Switch the power on to begin programming or
operation.
Power
Switch
FIGURE #96
POWER SWITCH
There are two Interlock Switches, located inside
the Sorter, that will stop the Sorting Motor when
the Access Panel is pulled forward or the Top
Housing is raised.
Access Panel
Interlock Switch
Access
Panel
THESE INTERLOCK SWITCHES ARE FOR
YOUR PROTECTION AND SHOULD NOT
BE REMOVED OR CIRCUMVENTED IN
ANY WAY.
Top Housing Interlock Switch
FIGURE #97
INTERLOCK SWITCHES
DO NOT PLACE HANDS IN FUNNEL AREA WHEN SORTER IS
OPERATING AND ACCESS
PANEL IS FORWARD.
NEVER ALLOW LONG HAIR OR
LOOSE CLOTHING, (TIES, ETC.)
NEAR FUNNEL AREA WHEN
SORTER IS OPERATING.
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Installation
thermal printer
Install (replace) the Paper Roll as follows:
Pull the Access Panel (FIGURE #97) forward
and lift the Keyboard. A self--contained bracket /
spring will retain it in position.
Tilt the Printer Mechanism forward, and remove
the old Paper Roll Core.
Install the new Paper Roll between the retainers
so that the paper feeds from the bottom of the
roll, as shown in FIGURE #98.
Push the top of the roll lock to open the roller
gap in the Printer.
Note: The Paper Roll must be installed so that
the feed is as shown to ensure proper printing.
Route the leading edge of the paper over the
top of the arched metal bracket and down into
the slot at the top of the Printer Mechanism.
Push the bottom of the Roll Lock to close the
roller gap in the Printer.
Turn the knurled knob at the right of the Printer
Mechanism to advance the paper.
Return the Printer Mechanism to its upright
position and lower the the Keyboard, while feeding the leading edge of the paper through the
Cutoff Slot.
Keyboard
Paper Roll
Arched Metal Bracket
Cutoff Slot
Lock / Knurled Knob
Roll Retainer
Printer
Mechanism
FIGURE #98
PRINTER PAPER
(RETAINER BRACKET NOT SHOWN FOR CLARITY)
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Installation
impact printer
PRINTER RIBBON
PAPER ROLL
Install (replace) the Paper Ribbon as follows:
Install (replace) the Paper Roll as follows:
Pull the Access Panel ( see FIGURE #97 ) forward and lift the Keyboard. A self--contained
bracket / spring will retain it in position.
Pull the Access Panel ( see FIGURE #97 ) forward and lift the Keyboard. A self--contained
bracket / spring will retain it in position.
Observe the Printer Mechanism.
Remove the old Paper Roll Core.
Remove the Printer Ribbon by lifting straight up.
Install the new paper roll between the retainers
so that the paper feeds from the top of the roll
as shown in ( FIGURE #99 ).
Carefully install the ribbon to prevent damage to
the ribbon.
Lower the the Keyboard, while feeding the leading edge of the paper through the Cutoff Slot.
Route the leading edge of the paper through the
Paper Feed Slot until the paper appears at the
back of the printer.
Feed the paper into the Printer ( Reference #1 ).
The Printer will detect the paper and feed out
approximately 3 inches of paper and stop. ( Reference #2 ).
Lower the the Keyboard, while feeding the leading edge of the paper through the Cutoff Slot.
Paper Roll
Paper Feed Slot
Paper Feed Exit
2
Printer
Ribbon
1
FIGURE #99
PRINTER PAPER / RIBBON
(RETAINER BRACKET NOT SHOWN FOR CLARITY)
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Operator control module
overview
The Operator Control Module is the interface between the Operator and the Sorter. All Sorter functions
are controlled here. Each component and function key is identified in the figure below. A complete description of each Key, Icon and Display Screen is included on the following pages.
Printer (Optional)
Lock
Position
Display
Upper Icon
Choice Key
BATCH
GRAND
BATCH TOTAL
.00
MOTOR
ON/OFF
C/CE
PAPER
FEED
SELECT
ACCEPT
Upper Icon
Select Key
Supervisor
Keylock
Unlock
Position
Paper Feed
Key
FIGURE #100
OPERATOR CONTROL MODULE
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Lower Icon
Direct Select
Keys (5)
Operator control module
function keys
UPPER ICON CHOICE
Selects counting mode (Batch / Grand), Bag
Count or Clock Icons.
UPPER ICON SELECT
Changes the Display Screen as determined by
the UPPER ICON CHOICE Key.
LOWER ICON DIRECT SELECT (HOME
SCREEN)
BAGSTOP
Changes the Display to allow selection or
change of the bagstop quantities.
MOTOR ON / OFF
Starts / Stops the Sorting Motor.
ACCEPT
Transfers totals to next memory level.
C/CE
Clear / Clear Error function.
NO ICON
Reserved for future use.
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Operator control module
icons
BATCH
GRAND
:
BATCH TOTAL
.00
MOTOR
ON/OFF
:
12
C/CE
ACCEPT
BAG COUNT
This icon represents the Display that indicates the number of coins in each partially
filled bag. This Display can be
in units or dollars, as selected
by the operator, but will be the
same as the bagstop selection.
CLOCK
This icon represents a clock
and is shown on the HOME
SCREEN only. Accessing
this icon allows entry of time
and date. A detailed procedure for setting the time /
clock is described at the beginning of the “operating the
sorter” section of this Guide.
MOTOR RUN
SYMBOL
This symbol is displayed
whenever the Sorting Motor
is running. It is displayed in
the upper right corner of the
HOME SCREEN.
Operator control module
icons
MOTOR
STOP
This icon represents the option of enabling the 7 second
auto--stop for the motor.
BAGSTOP
This icon represents the Display used to set the number of
coins per bag, displayed in
units or dollar value, as determined by the operator.
STATION
This icon represents the nine
possible coin sorting stations.
The filled circles represent the
active coin stations. An arrow
pointing to a particular station
is used to identify the station
for full bag, clean sensor, coin
value programming etc.
HOME
This icon represents a Home
(House) and is located in the
lower right corner of each
screen except the HOME
SCREEN. Pressing this icon
once returns the Display to
the HOME SCREEN.
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Operator control module
icons
PRINTER
REMOTE
BATCH
DISPLAY
DOWN
ARROW
UP ARROW
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This icon represents a Printer,
and allows a quick method of
programming the Control to
output data in the Printer format.
This icon represents a Remote Batch Display and allows a quick method of programming the Control to
output data in the Remote
Batch Display format.
This icon allows the operator
to highlight the next choice
below the present choice.
When the highlight cycles
past the last item, it will revert
to the top of the list.
This icon moves the highlighted selection to the
choice directly above the
present choice. When the
highlight cycles past the top
item, it will revert back to the
bottom item.
Operator control module
icons
./,
RIGHT
ARROW
This icon moves the highlighted selection to the right
of the present choice. Cycling the highlight past the last
right choice, the highlight will
revert back to the far left
choice.
DECIMAL PT/
COMMA
This icon allows the operator
to choose between using a
decimal point or a comma to
display the denominational
totals.
NO
BAGSTOP
This icon allows the operator
to program the Control to enable or disable the bagstopping of all coins.
HIGHLIGHT
CHOICE
This icon is a Visual Indication of which choice is being
considered.
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Operator control module
icons
$.00
1234
RS232
PRIOR
PAGE
NEXT
PAGE
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VALUE OR
UNIT COUNT
This icon allows the operator
to program whether bagstops and bagcounts are displayed in unit or value.
INTERFACE
This icon allows the operator
to program the parameters
for the four RS232 ports.
These parameters include
Baud, Parity, Stop Bits, Formats and Handshaking.
PRIOR PAGE
This icon allows the operator
to choose the previous display of the information
shown.
NEXT PAGE
This icon allows the operator
to choose additional Displays of the current information.
Operator control module
icons
DIGIT
INCREMENT
DIGIT
VALUE
This icon allows the operator
to decrease the value of the
highlighted digit. Cycling
past the value of 9 will revert
back to the value of 0.
DIGIT
INCREMENT
DIGIT
POSITION
This icon allows the operator
to select the next digit position for programming of a
number. The Icon will cycle
to the left until it reaches the
highest digit and then revert
to the lowest digit.
DIGIT
INCREMENT
DIGIT
VALUE
This icon allows the operator
to increase the value of the
highlighted digit. Cycling past
the value of 9 will revert back
to the value of 0.
PRINTOUT
FORMATS
This icon represents the
screen used for selecting
printout formats. These formats are length, number of
prints and order of printout.
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Operator control module
display screens
home screen
The HOME SCREEN is the screen from which
all other screens are displayed by using the appropriate key. It is also the screen to which you
return to from all other screens. The HOME
SCREEN displays the Batch total of all entries,
a MOTOR RUN SYMBOL and all ICONS necessary to operate the Sorter.
BATCH
GRAND
:
BATCH TOTAL
.00
MOTOR
ON/OFF
C/CE
FIGURE #101
HOME SCREEN
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ACCEPT
Operator control module
display screens
home all clear screen
This screen indicates that all totals have been
cleared by using the Power--Up clear sequence
(hold the C/CE Key down while turning the
Power ON).
BATCH
GRAND
:
ALL TOTALS CLEAR
.00
MOTOR
ON/OFF
C/CE
ACCEPT
FIGURE #102
HOME ALL CLEAR SCREEN
Note: This message will self--clear in
approximately 3 seconds.
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Operator control module
display screens
full bag display screen
This screen indicates that the denomination
shown has reached a full bag quantity.
Note: If the bagstop quantity is to be
changed, make the change before pressing
the MOTOR key.
Instructions for changing the bagstop quantity are described later in this guide.
.50 BAG FULL
3 COINS OVER
STOP NUMBER =
BAG SETTING =
2
1000
-- CHANGE BAG
FIGURE #103
FULL BAG DISPLAY SCREEN
This screen indicates:
A. The denomination that has reached a full
bag quantity.
B. The number of coins over (if any) the bagstop setting.
C. The number of bagstops that have occurred.
D. The current bagstop setting.
20
Operator control module
display screens
bagstop entry screen
This screen allows the operator to enter the
bagstop quantity desired for each sorting station. The amount entered may be in units or dollars, depending on the option selected in the
Programming mode when the Sorter is installed.
In addition, the number of stops at a desired
quantity is selectable and may be changed at
operator discretion.
.01
.02
.05
.10
.50
1.00
10.00
20.00
50.00
SELECT BAGSTOP CHOICE
STOP 1
10000
STOP 2
5000
STOP 3
250
FIGURE #104
BAGSTOP ENTRY SCREEN
21
Operator control module
display screens
batch header summary screen
This screen displays Batch Total and ID information for the current batch. Press the NEXT
PAGE Icon Key to view the current Batch Coin
Summary Screen.
BATCH HEADER SUMMARY
TIME
BATCH
SUB
GRAND
PIECE COUNT
SORT COUNT
09:15
BATCH TOTAL
9/21/2002
00
00
00
189
14
456.78
NEXT
PAGE
FIGURE #105
BATCH HEADER SUMMARY SCREEN
Note: In the figure above:
Piece count refers to the total number of
coins sorted since the last grand total was
cleared.
Sort count refers to the number of batches
sorted since the last grand total was cleared.
22
Operator control module
display screens
batch coin summary screen
This screen displays each coins’ denomination
total, and the total of all coins sorted for the current batch.
Press the PRIOR PAGE Icon Key to view the
BATCH HEADER SUMMARY Screen.
.10
.01
.05
.25
1.00
.50
COIN TOT
7.10
8.93
4.05
12.25
10.00
4.00
BATCH
COIN
TOTALS
46.33
PRIOR
PAGE
FIGURE #106
BATCH COIN SUMMARY SCREEN
23
Operator control module
display screens
grand header summary screen
This screen displays GRAND ID and Total information. Press the NEXT PAGE Icon Key to
view the current GRAND COIN SUMMARY
Screen.
GRAND HEADER SUMMARY
TIME
BATCH
SUB
GRAND
PIECE COUNT
SORT COUNT
10:15
GRAND TOTAL
ACCEPT
C/CE
9/21/2002
00
00
00
8291
113
1854.73
NEXT
PAGE
FIGURE #107
GRAND HEADER SUMMARY SCREEN
24
Operator control module
display screens
grand coin summary screen
This screen displays each coins’ denomination,
and the total of all coins sorted for the current
Grand Total.
Press the PRIOR PAGE Icon Key to view the
GRAND HEADER SUMMARY Screen.
.10
.01
.05
.25
1.00
.50
COIN TOT
136.10
87.14
64.35
345.75
26.00
9.00
GRAND
COIN
TOTALS
668.34
PRIOR
PAGE
FIGURE #108
GRAND COIN SUMMARY SCREEN
25
Operator control module
display screens
bag count display screen
This screen displays the current Bag Count information for each denomination, shown in units
or dollars. Both total and individual bag counts
are displayed. Individual bag counts may be
added to or cleared in this screen.
.10
.01
.05
.25
1.00
.50
BAG TOT
7.10
8.93
4.05
7.75
4.00
.50
32.33
C/CE
BAG COUNT TOTAL
TO CLEAR OR ENTER:
--SELECT TOTAL
--USE C/CE TO CLEAR
--USE KEYPAD TO
ENTER
CLEAR
ALL
FIGURE #109
BAG COUNT DISPLAY SCREEN
Note: Complete programming instructions
are described later in this guide.
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Operator control module
applying power
Switch the Main Power Switch (see
FIGURE #91) to the ON position to apply power
to the Operator Control Module.
The Display will show:
DE LA RUE
MAIN EPROM
XXXXX
DISPLAY
XXXXX
FIGURE #110
POWER--UP DISPLAY
The Display will retain this information for
approximately 3 seconds and then revert to the
HOME SCREEN shown in FIGURE #101.
Note: This screen indicates which level software is installed in the Sorter’s memory.
xxxxx = part number of prom currently used
in control.
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Operating the sorter
setting the time / date
to set / change the time
From the HOME SCREEN, cycle the UPPER
ICON CHOICE Icon Key until the CLOCK Icon
is highlighted.
BATCH
GRAND
:
BATCH TOTAL
.00
MOTOR
ON/OFF
C/CE
ACCEPT
FIGURE #111
HOME SCREEN
Press the UPPER ICON SELECT Icon Key
once.
The Display will show:
USE DIGIT KEYS
TO ENTER NEW TIME/DATE
TIME
DATE
8:45
12/12/02
DIGIT
DIGIT
FIGURE #112
TIME / DATE SCREEN
28
Operating the sorter
setting the time / date
to set / change the time
Use the UP DIGIT Key to cycle the highlighted
digit to the required value.
The Display will show:
USE DIGIT KEYS
TO ENTER NEW TIME/DATE
TIME
DATE
8:45
12/12/02
DIGIT
DIGIT
FIGURE #113
TIME / DATE SCREEN
Use the LEFT DIGIT Key to select the next digit
to be changed.
The Display will show:
USE DIGIT KEYS
TO ENTER NEW TIME/DATE
TIME
DATE
8:45
12/12/02
DIGIT
DIGIT
FIGURE #114
TIME / DATE SCREEN
When all the desired changes have been made,
press the HOME Key and the clock will be set.
29
Operating the sorter
processing coin
1. Move the Power Switch, located on the right
side of the Sorter to the “ON” position.
1.00 BAG NOT INSTALLED
INSTALL BAG
2. Observe the Display. It should be at the
“HOME” position (showing “BATCH TOTAL”
and “00” ).
3. Place the coins for the first batch in the Inspection Pan and remove any unwanted objects.
Note: All Coin Bags must be in position for
the Sorter to operate. If one or more bags
are not properly installed a display message
will appear indicating which station is in error. Install a Coin Bag at that station. The
Display will return to the HOME SCREEN.
Inspection
Pan
4. Press the MOTOR ON / OFF Key on the
Control to start the Sorting Motor.
5. Lift and tilt the Inspection Pan to transfer the
coins into the Sorting Area.
REMOVE ANY DAMAGED COIN OR
FOREIGN OBJECTS. FAILURE TO DO
SO MAY DAMAGE THE ELASTIC DRIVE
DISC, WHICH MAY NOT BE COVERED
UNDER
WARRANTY
OR
M/A
CONTRACT.
FIGURE #115
INSPECTION PAN
DO NOT PLACE HANDS IN FUNNEL AREA WHEN SORTER IS
OPERATING AND INSPECTION
PAN IS FORWARD.
NEVER ALLOW LONG HAIR OR
LOOSE CLOTHING, (TIES, ETC.)
NEAR FUNNEL AREA WHEN
SORTER IS OPERATING.
30
THE (OPTIONAL) MAGNET WILL
CATCH METAL ITEMS SUCH AS
METALLIC COIN SLUGS, WASHERS,
PAPER CLIPS, ETC., THAT SHOULD
NOT ENTER THE SORTER.
6. When the sorting is complete, press the
MOTOR ON / OFF Key on the Control to
stop the Sorting Motor. (The Sorting Motor
stops automatically approximately seven (7)
seconds after the last coin has been
processed if left unattended.)
Operating the sorter
processing coin con’t...
Note: The sorter can be programmed to run
continuously if desired.
Complete programming instructions are described later in this guide.
5. The total batch amount for the coins sorted
will appear on the HOME SCREEN. Press
the ACCEPT Key on the Control to add the
Batch Total to the Grand Total. An audit trail
(printout) will print the Batch Total information if a Printer is utilized.
Note: If the batch total does not print properly, or does not space (advance) the tape
properly after printing, the printer may not be
properly initialized.
Instructions for proper printer initialization
are contained in the printer user manual.
6. Repeat Steps #1 through #5 for the second
and all subsequent batches.
All additional batch functions are described
in detail on the following pages.
7. When all Batch Totals have been processed,
press the UPPER ICON CHOICE Key to
highlight the GRAND Icon.
Press the UPPER ICON SELECT Key once
to display the current Grand total.
Press the ACCEPT Icon Key to print the current Grand Total (if a Printer is utilized).
Note: If it is desired to print and clear the
grand total information, press the GRAND
Key, then press the C/CE Key, wait 2 seconds, then press the ACCEPT Key.
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Operating the sorter
displaying quantities and / or totals
display batch total
The Batch total information is displayed on the
HOME SCREEN.
The HOME SCREEN may be accessed from
any other screen by pressing the HOME Icon
Key (
).
BATCH
GRAND
:
BATCH TOTAL
.00
MOTOR
ON/OFF
C/CE
FIGURE #116
HOME SCREEN
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ACCEPT
Operating the sorter
displaying quantities and / or totals
display grand total
1. From the HOME SCREEN, cycle the
UPPER ICON CHOICE Key until the
GRAND Icon is highlighted.
Upper Icon
Choice Key
BATCH
GRAND
BATCH TOTAL
.00
MOTOR
ON/OFF
C/CE
SELECT
ACCEPT
Upper Icon
Select Key
FIGURE #117
HOME SCREEN
2. Press the UPPER ICON SELECT Key.
3. The Display will show:
GRAND HEADER SUMMARY
TIME
BATCH
SUB
GRAND
PIECE COUNT
SORT COUNT
10:15
GRAND TOTAL
ACCEPT
C/CE
9/21/2002
00
00
00
8291
113
1854.73
NEXT
PAGE
FIGURE #118
GRAND HEADER SUMMARY SCREEN
33
Operating the sorter
displaying quantities and / or totals
display batch or grand coin totals
1. From the HOME SCREEN, cycle the
UPPER ICON CHOICE Key until the
desired Batch or Grand Icon is highlighted.
Upper Icon
Choice Key
BATCH
GRAND
BATCH TOTAL
.00
MOTOR
ON/OFF
C/CE
SELECT
ACCEPT
Upper Icon
Select Key
Direct Access Keys
FIGURE #119
HOME SCREEN
2. Press the UPPER ICON SELECT Key.
3. The Display will now show the desired Batch
or Grand HEADER SUMMARY screen. The
Grand HEADER SUMMARY Screen is
shown in FIGURE #120.
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Operating the sorter
displaying quantities and / or totals
display batch or grand coin totals
GRAND HEADER SUMMARY
TIME
BATCH
SUB
GRAND
PIECE COUNT
SORT COUNT
10:15
GRAND TOTAL
ACCEPT
C/CE
9/21/2002
00
00
00
8291
113
1854.73
NEXT
PAGE
FIGURE #120
GRAND HEADER SUMMARY SCREEN
4. Press the NEXT PAGE Icon Key.
5. The Display will now show each coin total
and a total of all coins for the selected Batch
or Grand coin totals.
.10
.01
.05
.25
1.00
.50
COIN TOT
136.10
87.14
64.35
345.75
26.00
9.00
GRAND
COIN
TOTALS
668.34
PRIOR
PAGE
FIGURE #121
GRAND COIN SUMMARY SCREEN
35
Operating the sorter
displaying quantities and / or totals
display bag count summary
1. From the HOME SCREEN, cycle the UPPER ICON CHOICE Key until the BAG
COUNT Icon (
) is highlighted.
Upper Icon
Choice Key
BATCH
GRAND
BATCH TOTAL
.00
MOTOR
ON/OFF
C/CE
SELECT
ACCEPT
Upper Icon
Select Key
FIGURE #122
HOME SCREEN
2. Press the UPPER ICON SELECT Key.
3. The Display will show a summary of all partial bag totals for each coin plus a total of all
partial bags. Refer to FIGURE #123.
4. The totals will be displayed in units or value
as selected by the operator.
Note: Refer to the programming instructions
later in this guide to select a display of units
or value.
36
Operating the sorter
displaying quantities and / or totals
display bag count summary
.10
.01
.05
.25
1.00
.50
BAG TOT
7.10
8.93
4.05
7.75
4.00
.50
32.33
C/CE
BAG COUNT TOTAL
TO CLEAR
--SELECT TOTAL
--USE C/CE TO CLEAR
CLEAR
ALL
FIGURE #123
BAG COUNT DISPLAY SCREEN
37
Operating the sorter
displaying quantities and / or totals
display bagstop settings
1. From the HOME SCREEN, press the BAGSTOP (
) Lower Direct Access Key.
BATCH
GRAND
BATCH TOTAL
.00
MOTOR
ON/OFF
C/CE
SELECT
ACCEPT
Bagstop
FIGURE #124
HOME SCREEN
2. The Display will show a summary of each
coin with its three corresponding bagstop
settings.
.01
.02
.05
.10
.50
1.00
10.00
20.00
50.00
SELECT BAGSTOP CHOICE
STOP 1
10000
STOP 2
5000
STOP 3
250
FIGURE #125
BAGSTOP ENTRY SCREEN
38
Operating the sorter
accepting quantities and / or totals
Note: Each time a batch or grand total is
accepted an audit trail will print if the printer
option is utilized.
Note: To accept a batch or grand total, that
total must be displayed. Refer to the previous pages for detailed instructions to display totals. Listed below are abbreviated
instructions to accept those totals.
1. Batch ACCEPT
With the Display in the HOME SCREEN
mode, press the ACCEPT Key once. The
BATCH TOTAL is cleared, and the Control
remains in the BATCH mode. The BATCH
TOTAL is added to the GRAND TOTAL.
2. Grand ACCEPT (All Grand Totals remain)
Cycle the UPPER ICON CHOICE Key to
highlight the “Grand” Icon in the HOME
SCREEN. Press the UPPER ICON SELECT
Key to enter the Grand Mode. Press the ACCEPT Key once. The GRAND TOTAL remains on the Display. To clear the Display,
refer to “Clearing Quantities and / or Totals”
on the following pages. The GRAND TOTAL
can be accepted only if the BATCH and SUB
TOTALS are zero.
Note: The Printer must be allowed to finish
the print cycle before attempting to accept a
coin total or an operator message will appear. Refer to Operator Display Messages
for additional information.
39
Operating the sorter
clearing quantities and / or totals
Note: To clear a batch or grand total, that
total must be displayed. For detailed instructions to display totals, refer to the previous
section. Listed below are abbreviated instructions to clear totals.
Note: Always double--check your need to
clear. Quantities cannot be recalled!
The CLEAR function is used to remove information from memory.
1. Clear Batch Total
a. Display the HOME SCREEN.
b. Press the C/CE Key (the Display MUST
be allowed to flash for two seconds).
Note: The Clear Batch (Grand) Total may be
aborted by pressing the UPPER ICON SELECT Key prior to pressing the C/CE Key a
second time.
c. Press the C/CE Key again (the Display
resets to zero, resets all batch totals).
Note: If a batch total is cleared rather than
accepted, the dollar amounts are not transferred to grand totals.
2A.Clear Grand Total (without Audit Trail
Printout)
a. Select the GRAND Icon on the HOME
SCREEN. The Display will show the
GRAND HEADER SUMMARY screen.
b. Press the C/CE Key (the Display MUST
be allowed to flash for two seconds).
c. Press the C/CE Key again (the Display
resets to zero, resets all grand totals).
Note: The Control can be programmed to
clear all partial counts also. Refer to the Programming section later in this Guide for
complete instructions.
40
Operating the sorter
clearing quantities and / or totals
2B.Clear Grand Total (with Audit Trail Printout)
a. Select the GRAND Icon on the HOME
SCREEN. The Display will show the
GRAND HEADER SUMMARY screen.
b. Press the C/CE Key (the Display MUST
be allowed to flash for two seconds).
c. Press the ACCEPT Key (the Display resets to zero, resets all grand totals).
Note: The Control can be programmed to
clear all partial counts also. Refer to the Programming section later in this Guide for
complete instructions.
3. Clear Individual Bag Counts
a. Select the BAG COUNT Icon Key ( )
on the HOME SCREEN. The Display will
show the Bag Count totals.
b. Cycle the DOWN ARROW Icon Key ( )
to highlight the individual bag count total
to be cleared.
c. Press the C/CE Key (the Display MUST
be allowed to flash for two seconds).
d. Repeat steps B and C to clear additional
individual bag count totals.
4. Clear All Bag Counts
a. Select the BAG COUNT Icon Key ( )
on the HOME SCREEN. The Display will
show the Bag Count totals.
b. Press the CLEAR ALL Key to clear all
bag count totals.
41
Operating the sorter
when you reach a bagstop
The Sorter will stop when any of the coin denominations being sorted reaches a predetermined bagstop amount.
A. The Display will indicate which Sorting
Station has reached a bagstop, and the
number of coins (if any) over the bagstop
quantity.
.50 BAG FULL
3 COINS OVER
STOP NUMBER =
BAG SETTING =
2
1000
-- CHANGE BAG
FIGURE #126
FULL BAG DISPLAY SCREEN
B. Exchange the Coin Bag.
C. Place the overage (if any) in the new
bag.
D. Press the MOTOR ON / OFF Icon Key.
The Display will automatically revert to
the HOME SCREEN when the Coin Bag
is exchanged.
1. If a second (or more) bagstop was
reached, the Display will show that coin’s
denomination, and the number of coins (if
any) over the bagstop quantity. Repeat
steps “B -- D”.
2. When there are no more stations at
bagstop, the Display will return to show
the Batch Total on the HOME SCREEN
and the Sorting Motor can be started by
pressing the MOTOR Key.
42
Operating the sorter
changing the bagstop quantity (not at bagstop)
Bagstop quantities may be set (reset) at any
time the sorter is at rest (no counting / sorting).
1. Press the MOTOR ON / OFF Key on the
Control to stop the Sorting Motor.
2. Press the direct access BAGSTOP Icon Key
(
). The Display will show the bagstop
settings for all coins.
.01
.02
.05
.10
.50
1.00
10.00
20.00
50.00
SELECT BAGSTOP CHOICE
STOP 1
10000
STOP 2
5000
STOP 3
250
FIGURE #127
BAGSTOP ENTRY SCREEN
3. Cycle the bagstop (left) DOWN ARROW
Icon Key (
) to highlight the desired coin
value.
4. Cycle the RIGHT DOWN ARROW Icon Key
(
) to select one of the three bagstop
choices listed.
Note: If quantities are changed during coin
processing, it is important that the number of
coins currently in the coin bag must be less
than the new bagstop quantity. Check (and
clear if necessary) the bag count quantity of
the selected coin before selecting the new
bagstop setting, then proceed as follows:
5. Press the HOME Icon Key (
to the HOME SCREEN.
) to return
6. Press the MOTOR ON / OFF Key to start
the Sorting Motor.
43
Operating the sorter
changing the bagstop quantity (at bagstop)
BAGSTOP QUANTITIES MAY BE SET (RESET) AT ANY TIME THE SORTER REACHES
A BAGSTOP.
1. Exchange the Coin Bag at the location that
has reached the bagstop.
2. Press the BAGSTOP Icon Key (
). The
Display will show the bagstop settings for
each selected coin.
.01
.02
.05
.10
.50
1.00
10.00
20.00
50.00
SELECT BAGSTOP CHOICE
STOP 1
10000
STOP 2
5000
STOP 3
250
FIGURE #128
BAGSTOP ENTRY SCREEN
3. Cycle the bagstop (left) DOWN ARROW
Icon Key (
) to highlight the desired coin
value.
4. Cycle the RIGHT DOWN ARROW Icon Key
( ) to select one of the three bagstop
choices listed.
5. Place any overage from the previous bag
into the new bag.
6. Press the HOME Icon Key (
to the HOME SCREEN.
) to return
7. Press the MOTOR ON / OFF Key to start
the Sorting Motor.
44
Operator display messages
cover open / coin jam
Introduction
Should the Sorter stop for any reason, observe
the Display.
One of several error messages will be
displayed.
Locate and eliminate the problem and continue
operation.
45
Operator display messages
ram / rom error
A problem has occurred in the electronics of
the Sorter. Follow instructions shown on
screen. If the problem persists, disconnect
the Sorter from power and contact your Authorized Service Representative.
RAM / ROM ERROR
--PRESS HOME TO RESUME OPERATION
--VERIFY COUNTS AND BAG STOP SETTINGS
--IF PROBLEM PERSISTS, CALL SERVICE
FIGURE #129
RAM / ROM ERROR
46
Operator display messages
illegal key or clear sequence
Keys were not pressed in an acceptable sequence. Press the HOME Key to restart
proper key sequence.
ILLEGAL KEY OR
CLEAR SEQUENCE
--DO NOT ACCEPT OR CLEAR GRAND
TOTALS WITHOUT CLEARING OR ACCEPTING
BATCH TOTAL
--DO NOT ACCEPT BAG COUNTS
--OPERATION WILL RESUME SHORTLY
OR PRESS HOME
FIGURE #130
ILLEGAL KEY OR CLEAR SEQUENCE
47
Operator display messages
clean sensor
An object has blocked a Coin Sensor.
Disconnect the Sorter from power (the battery back--up circuitry will protect the coin
totals). Locate and clean the dirty Sensor,
reconnect the Sorter to power and resume
operation as shown in FIGURE #131.
Note: When the Clean Sensor Error has
been corrected, the coin quantity for that
station should be re--run to verify its
accuracy.
Note: Proper cleaning procedures are
discussed later in this guide.
CLEAN SENSOR .50
--CLEAN INDICATED SENSOR
--PRESS MOTOR OR HOME
TO RESUME OPERATION
--VERIFY BAG COUNTS AND BATCH TOTAL
FIGURE #131
CLEAN SENSOR
48
Operator display messages
coin bag presence
The Sorter will not operate unless the Bag
Spout is closed at each active bag spout
location. Install bag at station indicated. The
Control will return to the HOME SCREEN.
Press MOTOR ON / OFF to BEGIN /
RESUME sorting.
1.00 BAG NOT INSTALLED
INSTALL BAG
FIGURE #132
COIN BAG PRESENCE
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Operator display messages
no accept while counting
Sorter cannot accept total while coins are
being sorted / counted. Wait for sorting to
stop before accepting total.
NO ACCEPT WHILE COUNTING
--WAIT 1 SECOND AFTER COUNTING HAS
STOPPED BEFORE ATTEMPTING TO ACCEPT
--DISPLAY WILL RETURN TO HOME
SCREEN SHORTLY OR PRESS HOME
FIGURE #133
NO ACCEPT WHILE COUNTING
50
Operator display messages
printer busy
Totals cannot be accepted while printer is
operating. Wait for printing to stop before
accepting total.
PRINTER BUSY
--WAIT FOR PRINTER TO COMPLETE
PRINTING BEFORE ACCEPTING AGAIN
--INSURE PRINTER IS PROPERLY CONNECTED
AND RS--232 PARAMETERS SET CORRECTLY
--DISPLAY WILL RETURN TO PRIOR SCREEN
SHORTLY OR PRESS HOME
FIGURE #134
PRINTER BUSY
51
Operator display messages
communications error
An error has occurred at the port shown on
the Display. Check all physical connections
between Sorter and Peripherals. If all connections are proper, check the port parameters and resume operation. If the problem
persists, contact your Authorized Service
Representative for assistance.
PORT X COMM ERROR
--CHECK PORT X RS232 PARAMETERS
--INSURE CABLE IS PROPERLY CONNECTED
--INSURE PERIPHERAL DEVICE IS
OPERATING PROPERLY
FIGURE #135
COMMUNICATIONS ERROR
Note: Port “x” in the above figure represents
the port that has the error.
52
Programming
default settings
The Sorter is set when manufactured to the
following default parameters. Each of the
parameters may be changed to fit your specific
application.
To enter the Programming Mode: 1) Turn
Keyswitch to the unlock position. 2) Hold the
UPPER ICON SELECT Key down at power--up.
./ ,
$.00
1234
PROGRAMMING MODE
NEXT
PAGE
RS232
FIGURE #136
HOME PROGRAMMING SCREEN
Press the NEXT PAGE Icon Key to cycle
through the programming mode, following the
instructions on the Display to change the default
settings. Once completed, turn the Keyswitch to
the lock position.
DEFAULT SETTINGS
1. SUPERVISOR CONTROL KEYS
All keys are active.
2. DISPLAY DECIMAL POINT / COMMA
(CHOICE AND LOCATION)
Decimal point in position .00
3. BATCH PRINT LENGTH / NUMBER OF
COPIES
Long printout with 1 copy
53
Programming
default settings
4. GRAND PRINT LENGTH / NUMBER OF
COPIES
Long printout with 1 copy
5. RS--232 COMMUNICATION PORT
PARAMETERS
Port #1
9600 Baud
No Parity
7 Data Bits
Printer Format
No Handshaking
No ACK NAK
Port #2
Same as Port #1
Port #3
Same as Port #1
Port #4
Same as Port #1
6. PRINT ORDER (VALUE / SIZE)
Value
7. BAGSTOPS (Enable / Disable)
Enable
8. RUN / AUTO--STOP
Stop after 7 seconds
9. BAGSTOP DISPLAY (units or dollars)
Dollars
10. BAGSTOP VALUES
As shown in FIGURE #137
11 COIN VALUES
As shown in FIGURE #137
Note: Counting stations will be programmed
to specific values / quantities at production if
specified. If none are specified the values /
quantities will be programmed as shown in
the following chart:
12 CLEAR GRAND / GRAND AND PARTIAL
TOTALS
Grand Clear will only clear Grand Totals.
54
Programming
default settings
STATION
BAGSTOP CHOICES
COIN
VALUE
UNITS
VALUE
UNITS
VALUE
UNITS
VALUE
DISABLED
------
------
------
------
------
------
DISABLED
------
------
------
------
------
$.10
10000
1000.00
5000
$.01
5000
50.00
$.05
4000
200.00
------
500.00
1000
100.00
2500
25.00
500
5.00
2000
100.00
400
20.00
$.25
4000
1000.00
2000
500.00
400
100.00
$1.00
1000
1000.00
500
500.00
100
100.00
$.50
2000
1000.00
1000
500.00
200
100.00
------
------
------
DISABLED
------
------
------
FIGURE #137
COIN VALUE / BAGSTOP
DEFAULT SETTINGS
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Programming
initializing the control for internal printer operation
The Sorter must be “told” that the Printer is
installed, so that the proper communication link
can be established.
Note: If a batch, sub or grand total is accepted and the printer has not been initialized, the printer tape may not advance far
enough for proper tear--off.
Note: The Sorter must be in programming
mode. To enter the programming mode, perform the following steps:
A. Turn Sorter Keyswitch to the unlock position.
B. Hold UPPER ICON SELECT Key down
while turning Sorter ON.
C. The Display will show:
./ ,
$.00
1234
PROGRAMMING MODE
NEXT
PAGE
RS232
FIGURE #138
HOME PROGRAMMING SCREEN
D. Press the NEXT PAGE Icon Key.
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initializing the control for internal printer operation
E. The Display will show:
PROGRAMMING MODE
SELECT WHICH TOTALS WILL BE RESET
WITH THE SEQUENCE
-- GRAND CLEAR ACCEPT -- OR
-- GRAND CLEAR CLEAR
GRAND TOTALS
GRAND AND PARTIAL
BATCH ID
REQUIRED
PRINTER
REMOTE
KEYPAD
LOCKOUT
FIGURE #139
SECOND PROGRAMMING SCREEN
F. Press the PRINTER REMOTE Icon Key.
G. The Display will show:
PROGRAMMING MODE
IMPAC
THERM
NONE
PORT 4 / INTERNAL
YES NO
PORT3
NEXT
PAGE
FIGURE #140
INITIALIZATION SCREEN
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initializing the control for internal printer operation
H. Cycle the DOWN ARROW Icon Key
(
) until the PORT 4 / INTERNAL Icon
is selected.
I. Press the (
selection.
) Icon Key to make your
J. Press the HOME Key.
K. The Display will show:
. ,
/
$.00
1234
PROGRAMMING MODE
NEXT
PAGE
RS232
FIGURE #141
HOME PROGRAMMING SCREEN
L. Press the RS--232 Icon Key.
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M. The Display will show:
PORT 1
PORT 2
PORT 3
PORT 4
BAUD 300
1200
2400
9600
19.2
PARITY:
NONE
ODD
EVEN
DATA BITS:
7
8
FORMAT:
PRINT
CURR 1
ENHANCED
OPTION 3
CURR 2
OPTION 1
OPTION 4
CURR 3
OPTION 2
OPTION 5
OPTION 6
OPTION 7
OPTION 8
OPTION 9
OPTION A
OPTION B
NEXT
PAGE
FIGURE #142
RS232 PARAMETERS
N. Cycle the UPPER ICON CHOICE Key to
highlight PORT 4.
O. Cycle the DOWN ARROW Key to FORMAT.
P. Cycle the RIGHT ARROW Key to highlight OPTION 7.
Q. Turn the Sorter Keyswitch to the lock
position.
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initializing the control for external printer operation
The Sorter must be “told” that a Printer is connected, so that the proper communication link
can be established.
Note: The Sorter must be in programming
mode. To enter the programming mode, perform the steps below.
A. Connect the Printer to Port #4 at the rear
of the Sorter.
B. Turn Sorter Keyswitch to the unlock position.
C. Hold UPPER ICON SELECT Key down
while turning Sorter ON.
D. The Display will show:
./ ,
$.00
1234
PROGRAMMING MODE
NEXT
PAGE
RS232
FIGURE #143
HOME PROGRAMMING SCREEN
E. Press the NEXT PAGE Icon Key.
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initializing the control for external printer operation
F. The Display will show:
PROGRAMMING MODE
SELECT WHICH TOTALS WILL BE RESET
WITH THE SEQUENCE
-- GRAND CLEAR ACCEPT -- OR
-- GRAND CLEAR CLEAR
GRAND TOTALS
GRAND AND PARTIAL
PRINTER
REMOTE
FIGURE #144
SECOND PROGRAMMING SCREEN
G. Press the PRINTER REMOTE Icon Key.
H. The Display will show:
PROGRAMMING MODE
YES NO
PORT 4 / INTERNAL
YES NO
PORT3
YES
NO
NEXT
PAGE
FIGURE #145
INITIALIZATION SCREEN
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initializing the control for external printer operation
I. Cycle the DOWN ARROW Icon Key
(
) until the PRINTER Icon is selected.
J. Press the YES Icon Key.
K. Turn the Sorter Keyswitch to the lock
position.
Note: If a batch or grand total is accepted
and the printer has not been initialized, the
printer tape may not advance far enough for
proper tear--off. Initialize the printer (steps
A--K above).
PORT SETTINGS FOR OTHER EXTERNAL PRINTERS:
CITIZEN IDP 3550 / 3540
BAUD
DATA BITS
PARITY
RTS / CTS
FORMAT
ACK / NAK
PORT 4 PRINTER
62
=
=
=
=
=
=
=
9600
8
NONE
ENABLED
OPTION 3
DISABLED
NO
(SEE FIGURE #145)
Programming
initializing the control for remote display operation
The Sorter must be “told” that a Remote Display
is connected, so that the proper communication
link can be established.
Note: The sorter must be in programming
mode. To enter the programming mode, perform the steps below.
A. Connect Remote Display to Port #3 at
rear of Sorter.
B. Turn Sorter Keyswitch to the unlock position.
C. Hold UPPER ICON SELECT Key down
while turning Sorter ON.
D. The Display will show:
./ ,
$.00
1234
PROGRAMMING MODE
NEXT
PAGE
RS232
FIGURE #146
HOME PROGRAMMING SCREEN
E. Press the NEXT PAGE Icon Key.
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initializing the control for remote display operation
F. The Display will show:
PROGRAMMING MODE
SELECT WHICH TOTALS WILL BE RESET
WITH THE SEQUENCE
-- GRAND CLEAR ACCEPT -- OR
-- GRAND CLEAR CLEAR
GRAND TOTALS
GRAND AND PARTIAL
PRINTER
REMOTE
FIGURE #147
SECOND PROGRAMMING SCREEN
G. Press the PRINTER REMOTE Icon Key.
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initializing the control for remote display operation
H. The Display will show:
PROGRAMMING MODE
YES NO
PORT 4 / INTERNAL
YES NO
PORT3
YES
NO
NEXT
PAGE
FIGURE #148
INITIALIZATION SCREEN
I. Cycle the DOWN ARROW Icon Key
(
) until the REMOTE
DISPLAY Icon is selected.
J. Press the YES Icon Key.
K. Turn the Sorter Keyswitch to the lock
position.
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The following pages explain in detail all the
steps necessary to properly program the Sorter.
Note: Pressing the next page and prior page
icon keys allows the operator to cycle between the 3 basic programming screens.
1. KEY LOCKOUT FUNCTION
The Keylock has two positions:
A. Unlock. Placing the Keylock in this position (padlock shown open) allows use of
all Front Panel Switches and also allows
access to the programming and service
log features.
B. Lock. Placing the Keylock in this position
(padlock shown closed) prevents the use
of the batch, grand, bag count, clock and
C/CE keys. In addition, access to the
programming and service log features is
also prevented.
Padlock Closed -- Keyboard Locked
Keylock
Padlock Open -- Keyboard Unlocked
FIGURE #149
KEYLOCK POSITIONS
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2. DECIMAL POINT / COMMA SELECTION,
BAGSTOP ENABLE / DISABLE SELECTION, BAGSTOP UNITS OR VALUE
SELECTION AND 7 SECOND MOTOR
STOP / NO STOP SELECTION.
A. Turn Keyswitch to unlock position.
B. Hold the UPPER ICON SELECT Key on
Control down and switch the Sorter
Power ON.
C. The Display will show:
./ ,
$.00
1234
PROGRAMMING MODE
NEXT
PAGE
RS232
FIGURE #150
HOME PROGRAMMING SCREEN
D. Cycle the UPPER ICON CHOICE Key to
highlight the desired parameter you wish
to change.
E. Press the UPPER ICON SELECT Key.
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F. The Display will show:
PROGRAMMING MODE
DISPLAY USE:
.
,
BAGSTOPS:
ENABLE
DISABLE
BAGSTOPS USE:
VALUE
7 SECOND AUTO STOP:
ENABLE
DISABLE
PRINT UNIT COUNT:
ENABLE
DISABLE
UNITS
FIGURE #151
PROGRAMMING OPTION
G. Cycle the DOWN ARROW Icon Key
(
) to select the Programming choice
you wish to make.
H. Cycle the RIGHT ARROW Icon Key
(
) to highlight one of the two choices
available for the option you have selected.
I. For additional programming choices on
this screen, cycle the DOWN ARROW
Icon Key (
) to select the next programming option and repeat steps G and
H.
J. Press the HOME Icon Key (
68
) to exit.
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3. BATCH, OR GRAND PRINT LENGTH /
NUMBER OF COPIES AND ORDER OF
PRINTOUT
A. Turn Keyswitch to the unlock position.
B. Hold UPPER ICON SELECT Key on
Control down, and switch the Sorter
Power Switch to ON.
C. The Display will show:
./ ,
$.00
1234
PROGRAMMING MODE
NEXT
PAGE
RS232
FIGURE #152
HOME PROGRAMMING SCREEN
D. Press the PRINTOUT Icon Key (
).
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E. The Display will show:
BATCH PRINTOUT SPECS
NUMBER OF PRINTOUTS:
0
1
TYPE OF PRINTOUT:
LONG
ORDER OF PRINTOUT:
VALUE
EURO CONVERSION FACTOR
2
3
4
SHORT
SIZE
X.XXX
GRAND
PRINT
FIGURE #153
PRINT OPTIONS
F. Press the BATCH PRINT or GRAND
PRINT Icon Key to select Print options
for these totals. The print total option
selected will be stated at the top of the
Display.
G. Cycle the DOWN ARROW Icon Key
(
) to select the printout option you
wish to change.
H. Cycle the RIGHT ARROW Icon Key
(
) to highlight which choice you wish
for each option.
I. For additional printout options repeat
steps F -- H.
J. Press the HOME Icon Key (
) to exit.
K. Examples of long and short Batch printouts are shown in FIGURE #154.
Note: The screen shown in FIGURE #153
selects batch or grand print options. Which
ever is selected on the top of the Display,
the other will be shown at the bottom of the
Display.
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BATCH
ACCEPT
TIME 09:15
BATCH
SUB
GRAND
.01
.05
.10
.25
1.00
TOTAL COIN
TOTAL
09/21/2002
100
00
00
.07
.05
4.80
.25
1.00
6.17
-----------------6.17
BATCH
ACCEPT
TIME 09:15
BATCH
SUB
GRAND
TOTAL COIN
TOTAL
09/21/2002
100
00
00
6.17
6.17
SHORT
LONG
FIGURE #154
BATCH PRINTOUT EXAMPLES
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GRAND
ACCEPT
TIME 15:09
09/21/2002
GRAND
00
PARTIAL BAG TOTALS
.50
33.00
1.00
35.00
.25
33.50
.05
7.00
.10
36.30
-----------------TOTAL
149.08
GRAND TOTALS
.01
.05
.10
.25
.50
1.00
TOTAL COIN
TOTAL
PC CNT
SORT CNT
GRAND
9.40
8.00
562.70
398.25
8.50
36.00
1022.85
-----------------1022.85
8373
005
LONG
FIGURE #155
GRAND PRINTOUT EXAMPLES
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ACCEPT
TIME 15:09
09/21/2002
GRAND
00
PARTIAL BAG TOTALS
TOTAL
149.08
TOTAL COIN
1022.85
-----------------TOTAL
1022.85
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4. THE FEE FUNCTION
Introduction: This function provides the Operator with the capability of accessing a fee
for processing a transaction.
For this example / explanation, a fee of
5% will be assessed.
A. Turn Keyswitch to the unlock position.
B. Hold UPPER ICON SELECT Key on
Control down, and switch the Sorter
Power Switch to ON.
C. The Display will show:
./ ,
$.00
1234
PROGRAMMING MODE
NEXT
PAGE
RS232
FIGURE #156
HOME PROGRAMMING SCREEN
D. Press the PRINTOUT Icon Key (
).
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E. The Display will show:
FEE PERCENT
.00
NUMBER OF PRINTOUTS:
1
BATCH
2
TYPE OF PRINTOUT:
LONG
ORDER OF PRINTOUT:
VALUE
EURO CONVERSION FACTOR
3
4
5
SHORT
SIZE
X.XXX
GRAND
PRINT
FIGURE #157
PRINT OPTIONS
F. Cycle the RIGHT ARROW Icon Key
(
) to reach the percentage required.
Each depression of the Key will advance
the percentage by 1/10 of 1% (.10), up to
15%.
For this example / explanation, a fee of
5% will be assessed.
Note: When the 15% amount is reached, the
next depression will recycle the amount
back to zero.
Note: If an error is made, press the key directly to the left of the RIGHT ARROW Icon
Key to clear, and start again.
G. When the proper (desired) percentage is
displayed, turn the key switch to the lock
position to enter the amount into memory.
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H. The Display will show:
BATCH
GRAND
:
BATCH TOTAL
.00
MOTOR
ON/OFF
C/CE
ACCEPT
FIGURE #158
HOME SCREEN
I. Process the first batch of coin.
J. When the counting is complete, press
the ACCEPT Key.
K. The Display will show:
BATCH
GRAND
:
BATCH TOTAL
15.20
MOTOR
ON/OFF
C/CE
ACCEPT
FIGURE #159
HOME SCREEN
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L. If a printer is utilized, the Audit Tape will
show:
TIME
COIN(S)
PROCESSED
BATCH
ACCEPT
TIME 09:15
BATCH
SUB
GRAND
1.00
TOTAL COIN
TOTAL
PROCESS FEE
CUST. TOTAL
09/21/2002
001
00
00
16.00
16.00
-- -- -- -- -16.00
.80
15.20
BATCH
QUANTITY
DATE
BATCH #
TOTAL COIN
FEE ASSESSMENT
CUSTOMER
TOTAL
FIGURE #160
AUDIT TAPE (BATCH)
Note: The batch total displayed in
FIGURE #159 and printed in FIGURE #160,
reflects the total amount processed less the
processing fee, i.e., the amount paid to the
customer.
M. Repeat steps I -- L for additional batches.
N. When all batches are processed, cycle
the UPPER ICON SELECT Key until the
word GRAND is highlighted.
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O. The Display will show:
BATCH
GRAND
:
GRAND TOTAL
15.20
MOTOR
ON/OFF
C/CE
ACCEPT
FIGURE #161
HOME SCREEN
P. Press the UPPER ICON SELECT Key.
Q. The Display will show:
GRAND HEADER SUMMARY
TIME
BATCH
SUB
GRAND
PIECE COUNT
SORT COUNT
10:15
GRAND TOTAL
ACCEPT
C/CE
9/21/2002
00
00
00
16
1
16.00
NEXT
PAGE
FIGURE #162
GRAND HEADER SUMMARY SCREEN
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R. The Audit Trail Tape will show:
TIME
COIN(S)
PROCESSED
GRAND
ACCEPT
TIME 15:09
09/21/2002
GRAND
00
PARTIAL BAG TOTALS
1.00
16.00
-- -- -- -- -- -TOTAL
16.00
GRAND TOTALS
1.00
TOTAL COIN
TOTAL
PROCESS FEE
CUST. TOTAL
PC CNT
SORT CNT
16.00
16.00
-- -- -- -- -- -16.00
.80
15.20
16
1
GRAND
QUANTITY
DATE
PARTIAL
BAG TOTALS
TOTAL COIN
FEE
ASSESSMENT
CUSTOMER
TOTAL
FIGURE #163
AUDIT TAPE (GRAND)
S. Press the ACCEPT Icon Key.
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5. CONVERSION FACTOR
A. Turn Keyswitch to the unlock position.
Note: To enable the Conversion Factor Feature, “PRINT UNIT COUNT” (FIGURE #151)
must be enabled.
Note: If Euro Conversion Factor is “1”, the
total euro lines on the printer tape are not
printed (see FIGURE #167 and
FIGURE #168).
Introduction: Internationally , this feature
allows the coinage from those countries participating in the Euro coin conversion program a method of calculating the value of
existing coins compared to the new Euro
coins.
Domestically, this feature allows the coin
processing entity (bank, savings/loan, etc.)
to charge a percentage of the total amount
processed as a processing / handling fee.
B. Hold UPPER ICON SELECT Key on
Control down, and switch the Sorter
Power Switch to ON.
C. The Display will show:
./ ,
$.00
1234
PROGRAMMING MODE
NEXT
PAGE
RS232
FIGURE #164
HOME PROGRAMMING SCREEN
D. Press the PRINTOUT Icon Key (
).
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E. The Display will show:
BATCH PRINTOUT SPECS
NUMBER OF PRINTOUTS:
1
2
TYPE OF PRINTOUT:
LONG
ORDER OF PRINTOUT:
VALUE
EURO CONVERSION FACTOR
3
4
5
SHORT
SIZE
X.XXX
GRAND
PRINT
FIGURE #165
PRINT OPTIONS
F. Cycle the DOWN ARROW Icon Key
(
) to select the conversion factor.
G. Cycle the RIGHT ARROW Icon Key
(
) to highlight the digit you wish to
change.
H. Press the HOME Icon Key (
) to exit.
I. Examples of long and short Batch printouts are shown in FIGURE #167.
Note: To determine the correct conversion
factor, divide the number one (1) by the percentage of return after processing as shown
in FIGURE #166.
ONE
1
.95
= 1.053
CONVERSION
FACTOR
% RETURN
FIGURE #166
CONVERSION FACTOR
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BATCH
ACCEPT
TIME 09:15
BATCH
SUB
GRAND
.01
.05
.10
.25
1.00
TOTAL COIN
TOTAL EURO
TOTAL
TOTAL EURO
09/21/2002
100
00
00
7
.07
1
.05
48
4.80
1
.25
1
1.00
6.17
5.86
-----------------6.17
5.86
BATCH
ACCEPT
TIME 09:15
BATCH
SUB
GRAND
TOTAL COIN
TOTAL
TOTAL EURO
*
09/21/2002
100
00
00
6.17
6.17
5.86
SHORT
*
*
LONG
FIGURE #167
BATCH PRINTOUT EXAMPLES
*
EURO TOTALS DO NOT PRINT IF CONVERSION FACTOR = 1.
REFER TO THE FIRST PAGE OF THIS SECTION FOR
ADDITIONAL INFORMATION.
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GRAND
ACCEPT
TIME 15:09
09/21/2002
GRAND
00
PARTIAL BAG TOTALS
.50
33.00
1.00
35.00
.25
33.50
.05
7.00
.10
36.30
-----------------TOTAL
149.08
TOTAL EURO
142.00
GRAND TOTALS
.01
.05
.10
.25
.50
1.00
TOTAL COIN
TOTAL EURO
TOTAL
TOTAL EURO
PC CNT
SORT CNT
GRAND
*
*
*
*
9.40
8.00
562.70
398.25
8.50
36.00
1022.85
971.00
-----------------1022.85
971.00
8373
005
ACCEPT
TIME 15:09
09/21/2002
GRAND
00
PARTIAL BAG TOTALS
TOTAL
149.08
TOTAL EURO
142.00
TOTAL COIN
1022.85
TOTAL EURO
971.00
-----------------TOTAL
1022.85
TOTAL EURO
971.00
SHORT
*
*
LONG
FIGURE #168
GRAND PRINTOUT EXAMPLES
*
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EURO TOTALS DO NOT PRINT IF CONVERSION FACTOR = 1.
REFER TO THE FIRST PAGE OF THIS SECTION FOR
ADDITIONAL INFORMATION.
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6. RS232 COMMUNICATION PORT PARAMETERS
Model
Display
Interface
Cable
Baud
Rate
Data
Bits
Parity
RTS
/ CTS
Port(s)
Display
Selection
Comments
OLD PRINTER
OUTPUT FORMAT
M5 / M7 OUTPUT FORMAT
7
-- -- --
-- -- --
-- -- --
-- -- --
-- -- --
1--2--3--4
OPTION 4
0036886
6
-- -- --
19.2K
8
NONE
-- -- --
3
-- -- --
-- -- --
0036888
1
0033131
9600
8
NONE
RTS
1--2--3--4
-- -- --
PORT 4
M3540 / 3550
CTZN PNTR
A
0035561
9600
8
NONE
RTS
1--2--3--4
OPTION 3
PORT 4
2650
3
0035244
1200
X
NONE
RTS
1--2--3--4
CURR 2
-- -- --
DEPROS
-- -- --
-- -- --
1200
-- -- --
-- -- --
-- -- --
1
ENHANCED
ALL SET W/ PC--CASH
A. Turn the Keyswitch to the unlock position.
B. Hold the UPPER ICON SELECT Key down while turning the Sorter on.
C. The Display will show:
./ ,
$.00
1234
PROGRAMMING MODE
NEXT
PAGE
RS232
FIGURE #169
HOME PROGRAMMING SCREEN
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D. Press the RS232 Icon Key.
E. The Display will show:
PORT 1
PORT 2
PORT 3
PORT 4
BAUD 300
1200
2400
9600
19.2
PARITY:
NONE
ODD
EVEN
DATA BITS:
7
8
FORMAT:
PRINT
CURR 1
ENHANCED
OPTION 3
CURR 2
OPTION 1
OPTION 4
CURR 3
OPTION 2
OPTION 5
OPTION 6
OPTION 7
OPTION 8
OPTION 9
OPTION A
OPTION B
NEXT
PAGE
FIGURE #170
RS232 PARAMETERS
F. Cycle the UPPER ICON CHOICE Key to
highlight the RS232 port you wish to
change.
G. Cycle the DOWN ARROW Icon Key
(
) to select the RS232 parameter you
wish to change.
H. Cycle the RIGHT ARROW Icon Key
(
) to highlight which choice you want
for that parameter.
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I. Press the NEXT PAGE Icon Key for
additional choices as shown below:
PORT 1
PORT 2
PORT 3
PORT 4
ACK / NAK:
ENABLE
DISABLE
DTR / DSR:
ENABLE
DISABLE
RTS / CTS:
ENABLE
DISABLE
ENABLE
FIRST
PAGE
DISABLE
FIGURE #171
RS232 PARAMETERS
J. Insure the Port at the top of the Display
is highlighted with the Port number you
wish to change. Cycle the UPPER ICON
CHOICE key if a change is required.
K. Cycle the DOWN ARROW Icon Key
( ) to select the RS232 parameter you
wish to change.
L. Press the ENABLE or DISABLE Icon
Key to highlight the choice you want for
that parameter.
M. Press the FIRST PAGE Icon key or select another Port number to change if
other Ports’ parameters must be
changed.
N. The following pages show examples of
the various formats that are available.
Note: Be sure that Display shows correct
port #.
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1. Print Format
A typical print format is shown in
FIGURE #172. It contains a header, fixed
and variable fields.
HEADER
BATCH
FIXED
FIELDS
TIME 09:15
BATCH
SUB
GRAND
.01
.05
.10
.25
1.00
TOTAL COIN
TOTAL
ACCEPT
09/21/2002
100
00
00
.07
.05
4.80
.25
1.00
6.17
-----------------6.17
FIGURE #172
PRINT FORMAT
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FIELDS
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2. Currency Counter Format
PORT 1
PORT 2
PORT 3
PORT 4
BAUD 300
1200
2400
9600
19.2
PARITY:
NONE
ODD
EVEN
DATA BITS:
7
8
FORMAT:
PRINT
CURR 1
ENHANCED
OPTION 3
CURR 2
OPTION 1
OPTION 4
CURR 3
OPTION 2
OPTION 5
OPTION 6
OPTION 7
OPTION 8
OPTION 9
OPTION A
OPTION B
NEXT
PAGE
FIGURE #173
RS232 PARAMETERS
Sets the Port output format for compatibility
with Currency Counters.
3. Enhanced mode format
PORT 1
PORT 2
PORT 3
PORT 4
BAUD 300
1200
2400
9600
19.2
PARITY:
NONE
ODD
EVEN
DATA BITS:
7
8
FORMAT:
PRINT
CURR 1
ENHANCED
OPTION 3
CURR 2
OPTION 1
OPTION 4
CURR 3
OPTION 2
OPTION 5
OPTION 6
OPTION 7
OPTION 8
OPTION 9
OPTION A
OPTION B
NEXT
PAGE
FIGURE #174
RS232 PARAMETERS
Allows external (remote) commands to control all Sorter functions.
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7. PROGRAM COIN VALUES
A. Turn Keyswitch to unlock position.
B. Hold the UPPER ICON SELECT Key on
Control down, and switch the Sorter
Power Switch to ON.
C. The Display will show:
./ ,
$.00
1234
PROGRAMMING MODE
NEXT
PAGE
RS232
FIGURE #175
HOME PROGRAMMING SCREEN
D. Press the COIN Icon Key (
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E. The Display will show:
ENTER COIN VALUE:
SELECT COIN TYPE:
COIN
TOKEN
TOK / VAL
SELECT DECIMAL POINT LOCATION:
0
0.
.0
COIN DEBOUNCE TIME:
DIGIT
.00
1 2
.50
DISABLE
.000
3 4
DIGIT
FIGURE #176
COIN PROGRAMMING SCREEN
F. Cycle the UPPER ICON CHOICE Key to
select the coin station to be programmed.
G. Cycle the DOWN ARROW Icon Key
(
) to select the coin parameter to be
changed.
H. Cycle the RIGHT ARROW Icon Key
(
) to highlight the option you wish to
select for the chosen coin station.
SELECTION OF THE COIN DEBOUNCE SETTING SHOULD ONLY BE PERFORMED BY
YOUR AUTHORIZED SERVICE TECHNICIAN.
IT IS NOT AN OPERATOR--SETABLE OR
CHANGEABLE FEATURE.
I. To change the coin value or coin label for
printouts, cycle the UP DIGIT Icon Key
(Digit ) or DOWN DIGIT Icon Key
(Digit
) to change the highlighted digit.
J. To select what type of coin is to be
sorted, choose the second selection as
follows:
COIN -- Has denominational value and adds
to Batch and Grand Totals.
TOKEN -- Coin label will be of the #XXXXX
type, there will only be a unit value and it will
not add to the Batch or Grand totals.
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TOKEN / VAL -- To be used for coin with the
same denominational value as another coin,
will add by value to the Batch and Grand totals.
DISABLE -Choose this option when no
coins are expected to be sorted at this particular station. Will not count or display
blocked sensor error messages.
K. To select the decimal point position, use
the RIGHT ARROW Icon Key (
) to
highlight which format you wish to use for
the coin denominational value and coin
label.
Caution: Selection of the decimal point location is a global change!
It affects every coin on every screen!
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Programming
programming bagstop values
8. PROGRAM BAGSTOP VALUES
A. Turn Keyswitch to unlock position.
B. Hold the UPPER ICON SELECT Key on
Control down, and switch the Sorter
Power Switch to ON.
C. The Display will show:
./ ,
$.00
1234
PROGRAMMING MODE
NEXT
PAGE
RS232
FIGURE #177
HOME PROGRAMMING SCREEN
D. Press the BAGSTOP Icon Key (
).
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programming bagstop values
E. The Display will show:
.01
.02
.05
.10
.50
1.00
10.00
20.00
50.00
PROGRAM STOP CHOICES
DIGIT
STOP 1
10000
STOP 2
5000
STOP 3
250
DIGIT
DIGIT
FIGURE #178
BAGSTOP PROGRAMMING SCREEN
F. Cycle the left DOWN ARROW Icon Key
( ) to highlight the coin you wish to
change the bagstop for.
G. Cycle the LEFT DIGIT Icon Key
(Digit ) to select the digit to be
changed for one of the three choices.
H. Cycle the UP DIGIT Icon Key (Digit )
or DOWN DIGIT Icon Key (Digit
) to
increase or decrease the selected digit
from 0 to 9.
I. Repeat steps G and H for additional bagstop choices.
J. Repeat steps F -- I for additional bagstop
programming for additional coin stations.
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Circuit protection
fuse location
The Sorter employs one Fuse in each leg of the
incoming AC line. If either Fuse becomes inoperative, the Sorter will stop.
Caution: Disconnect Sorter from power before examining or replacing fuses.
Always replace the fuse with the correct size
and type for continued circuit protection.
Fuses (2)
FIGURE #179
FUSE LOCATION
A coin (or other article) jam severe enough to
stop the Sorting Motor will cause the Power
Supply to go into a “foldback” (semi--shutdown)
mode; and, if left unattended, will eventually
blow one or both of the fuses.
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Customer maintenance
sorter cleaning / jam removal
!!! IMPORTANT SAFETY
INFORMATION !!!
Caution: Disconnect the power cord from
the power source before cleaning or removing a jammed coin or other object. The coin
totals and bagstop quantities will be retained
by the battery backup circuitry when the
power cord is disconnected.
A. CLEANING / JAM REMOVAL
Many cleaning--related accidents are caused by
failure to follow basic safety rules or written precautions. Accidents can be avoided if the operator is completely familiar with the Sorter and its
operation.
Improper or inadequate maintenance or care of
the Sorter can be dangerous and could result in
damage to the Sorter or personal injury or death
to you or other persons.
Caution: Never attempt cleaning when the
sorter is connected to power.
Never allow tools, fingers, hair, or clothing to
come near moving parts.
The frequency of any cleaning program must be
determined by the operator, and will ultimately
be controlled by operational environment (condition of coin, frequency of use, etc.). The Power
Cord should always be disconnected before
cleaning.
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Customer maintenance
sorter cleaning / jam removal
1. General Cleaning
The Sorter should be kept clean and free
from dirt and dust. Clean the outside with a
soft cloth and a mild soap. NEVER use alcohol, Ketone, or any harsh chemicals on the
outside surfaces. NEVER spray any liquid
directly onto the Control or inside the Sorter.
A small portable vacuum is handy for removing coin dust buildups from surfaces inside
the Sorter.
2. Cleaning Coin Sensors / Clearing Jams in
Sorting Area
Should a badly bent or mutilated coin or other object enter the sorting area, it could become jammed and must be removed before
further operation.
The Coin Sensors, located at the coin exit
points, control the counting and must be
kept clean and free of dirt buildups, coin
dust, bag strings, etc., at all times.
Should either situation arise, proceed as follows:
a. Disconnect the Sorter from Power.
b. Lift the Top Cover for access to the
finned Elastic Drive Disc.
c. Remove the Disc by removing the Elastomeric (O--Ring) Retainer and unscrewing the large knob in the middle of the
Disc.
d. Referring to FIGURE #180, remove the
protective foam strip and CAREFULLY
clean the channel, then clean each
Count Sensor with a cotton--tipped swab.
e. Reverse the process to replace the Disc.
f. Close the Top Cover and replace the
Work Surface. Connect the Sorter to
Power, and, if desired, test for proper
operation with coin as follows:
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sorter cleaning / jam removal
FIGURE #180
COUNT SENSOR CLEANING
B. TESTING WITH COIN AFTER
CLEANING (OPTIONAL)
a. Record all Batch and Bag/Count quantities.
b. Display the HOME SCREEN.
c. Press C/CE Key twice to clear the Batch
Total Display.
d. Select BAG COUNT Icon Key (
the HOME SCREEN.
) on
e. Select the Bag Count Total by cycling the
ARROW Icon key.
f. Press C/CE Key twice to clear Bag
Count quantities.
g. Test as required.
h. Perform steps b -- e, as described above.
i. Enter Partial Bag counts and resume operation.
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sorter cleaning / jam removal
3. Clearing jams in the Receiving Area.
Should a Coin Bag become overfilled, stop the
Sorting Motor.
The likely causes for this condition are:
a. Incorrect Bagstop setting for size of Coin
Bag.
b. Failure to empty Bag at Bagstop.
c. Improperly installed or folded Coin Bag.
If a Coin Bag is overfilled, the coins may also
back--up inside the Coin Chute. Straighten the
Bag and / or shake the Chute to allow the coins
to fall / settle.
If the jam persists, contact your Authorized Service Representative for assistance.
C. PAPER ROLL REPLACEMENT
Complete instruction for Paper Roll installation
and replacement are contained in the Installation section at the beginning of this Guide.
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Service
service
A worldwide network of factory--trained service
specialists are available for execution of
preventative maintenance programs scheduled
through formal service contracts.
Our policy is to continually improve products.
We reserve the right to change specifications
and / or designs without notice.
All Technical Support Documentation (User
Guides, Maintenance Manuals, Individual Instruction Sheets, etc., are continually monitored
for correctness and compatibility with the
product as it is currently manufactured.
If (when) replacement documentation is ordered, the latest version will be supplied.
If any discrepancies are found that are not clear,
contact your Authorized Service
Representative for assistance.
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De La Rue
DE LA RUE
CASH SYSTEMS
DE LA RUE
CASH SYSTEMS INC.
Walton Road
Farlington, Portsmouth
Hampshire PO6 1TJ
England
Box 200
705 S. 12th Street
Watertown, WI 53094
USA
Tel: +44 (0) 1705 383161
Fax: +44 (0) 1705 325822
Tel: (920) 262-3300
Fax: (920) 261-1783
Web: http://www.delarue.com
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