rheavendors group
Cino XS grande
type: xs grande
INSTALLATION AND MAINTENANCE MANUAL
Original instructions
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Company names; implementation of safety warnings, general information and maintenance;
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Graphics adaptation, compliance with European standards, hydraulic diagrams;
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DATE
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general guarantee
conditions
these conditions regulate Rheavendors Industries S.p.A.’s
obligations with reference to guarantee and repair; any other term
or condition, either verbal or written, is not applicable, including
those in the purchaser’s purchase orders, if not explicitly accepted
and signed by Rheavendors Industries S.p.A.; if the guarantee
terms here below should be held not to be valid and/or lawful in
the Country where the product is sold, they will not be effective
whereas all the other clauses will remain valid and applicable;
1st
the mechanical and electronic components of the machine are
guaranteed for twelve months, starting from the sales date certified
by the fiscal receipt;
2nd
the guarantee shall be understood as the free replacement or
repair of any part of the machine that – at the manufacturer’s
unquestionable discretion – should prove to be originally
defective due to manufacturing defects; the cost of sending the
manufacturer machines, defective pieces and spare parts will be
totally charged to the user’s account; the manufacturer reserves
the right to use new or reconditioned components for repair; if
replaced, original components will be guaranteed for 12 months;
the parts replaced under guarantee will become the property of
Rheavendors Services S.p.A. (request for “Form PO 19.01/2b”
Materials under guarantee – Authorisation to return);
3rd
in case of irreparable failure or if a failure of the same origin is
repeated, the manufacturer may – at its unquestionable discretion
– replace the machine with another one, the model of which is
either the same or an equivalent one; the guarantee of the new
machine will be extended up to the original term of guarantee of
the replaced machine;
4th
all the parts that should prove to be defective due to negligence or
carelessness (non-observance of the instructions for the operation
of the machine), incorrect installation or maintenance by
unauthorised personnel, transport damage or any circumstance –
anyway – not due to the manufacturing defects of the machine are
not covered by guarantee; the installation and connection with
supply plants as well as the maintenance operations mentioned by
the installation manual are also excluded from any performance
under guarantee; the guarantee will not cover payment systems
either; whether installed on the machine or supplied as an
accessory, they are subject to their manufacturer’s guarantee
whereas Rheavendors Industries S.p.A. will just act as a broker;
all changes made to the machine and not agreed with the
manufacturer in writing will involve the immediate termination of
the guarantee period and anyway fall under the Customer’s total
responsibility;
5th
the guarantee is excluded in all cases of improper use of the
machine;
6th
Rheavendors Industries S.p.A. will disclaim all responsibility for any
damage that may be directly or indirectly caused to people,
animals or things as a result of:
improper use of the vending machine; incorrect installation;
improper energy or water supply; serious maintenance deficiency;
actions or changes not explicitly authorised; use of non original
spare parts;
in case of failure, Rheavendors Industries S.p.A. is obliged neither
to compensate any economic damage due a forced stop of the
machine nor to extend the guarantee period;
7th
if the machine should be transferred to a centre designated by the
manufacturer for overhaul or repair, the relative transportation
risks and costs will be charged to the user’s account; the freight
charges of machines, defective pieces and spare parts are always
understood as charged to the user’s account;
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declaration of
conformity
Rheavendors Industries S.p.A. declares that this drink vending
machine has been designed and manufactured in compliance with
the following directives and safety standards:
Directives:
2004/108/EC; 2006/95/EC; 2006/42EC;
2002/95/EC (RoHS); 2002/96/EC (RAEE); 1907/2006/EC (REACH);
1935/2004/EC;
Standards:
SAFETY part. 2-75: (particular requirements for commercial
dispensing appliances and vending machines) +
CEI EN 60335-2-75/A12;
EN 60335-1: 2002 + A1: 2004 + A2: 2006 + A11: 2004 +
A12:2006 + A13: 2008 + A14: 2010 +
60335-1/EC: 2010;
EN 60335-2-75: 2004 + A1: 2005 + A11: 2006 + A2: 2008 +
A12: 2010;
EMC:
EN 55014-1: 2006 + A1: 2009;
EN 55014-2: 1997 + A1: 2001 + A2: 2008;
EN 61000-3-2: 2006 + A1: 2009 + A2: 2009;
EN 61000-3-3: 2008;
EMF:
EN 62233: 2008;
manufacturer of the machine
Rheavendors Industries S.p.A.
Via Garavaglia, 58
21042 Caronno Pertusella
Varese
Italy
The Legal Representative
(A. D. Majer )
ISO 9001 certification
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table of contents
01.
legend
page 06
02.
introduction
page 07
03.
technical data
page 08
04.
configurations
page 10
05.
presentation
page 12
06.
preliminary actions
page 20
07.
connections
page 21
08.
first power on
page 22
09.
programming
page 24
10.
parameters
page 37
11.
solution of problems
page 39
12.
maintenance
page 41
13.
how to do to…
page 45
14.
espresso hydraulic diagram
page 46
15.
instant hydraulic diagram
page 47
in the listed chapters, the manual describes a Cino XS grande
vending machine in its hardware and software components for a
complete and fully-aware use of all machine functions; due to the
large variety of available options and the constant technical update
of our vending machines, some special device or function might be
indicated and described not in the manner you expect; in this case,
do not hesitate to contact us;
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ATTENTION: this label applied next to the serial number label
inside the vending machine points out that the instructions
supplied by this manual must be carefully read before the
installation and operation of the vending machine;
please, print this manual only
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01.
legend
some general instructions that may be of use for reference to this
manual;
01.01. abbreviations and
pictograms
I=
E=
A
R

VSF
§
=
=
=
=
=
dispensing cycle of drinks based on instant products
dispensing cycle of drinks based on instant products and coffee
beans;
machines with internal water tank;
machines with external water supply;
mixer for mixing the instant product with water;
worm screw pitch in the product canister;
product shaker of instant canisters;
=
espresso coffee brewer
=
hot water dispenser
01.02. symbols of
attention
if the text is highlit by this symbol, it is recommended to pay
special attention to the performance of the procedures described; if
not carefully performed on safe conditions, they can be source of
general danger;
if not properly performed, the actions marked by this symbol may
expose to accidental contacts with electric voltage;
if not properly performed, the actions marked by this symbol may
expose to accidental contacts with high-temperature parts;
the same symbols can be found inside the vending machine to
specify the parts on which to act with the outmost care;
the symbol recommends the utmost attention during the actions
described; the use of the service key intended to activate all
machine functions when the door is open is only reserved to the
technical operators who know the operation of the vending
machine, who are aware of potential risks and who make sure they
are operating on totally safe conditions;
the use of the service key shall be strictly limited to the time
necessary to perform the actions requiring the use thereof; users
shall be informed of the prohibition on using and approaching the
vending machine;
the symbol means that it is forbidden to dispose of the equipment
as urban waste and compulsory to provide for separate collection in
order to prevent any potential effect on the environment and
human health; strictly follow the provisions of the European
Parliament’s 2002/96/EC Directive;
01.03. tools
some tools commonly used and easy to find are necessary to act
with this vending machine:
-
a
a
a
a
pair of scissors for electricians;
star screwdriver 4/6 mm;
set of fixed wrenches up to 13 mm;
set of socket head screws from 2 to 8 mm;
it may be of use to procure some expendables, such as disposable
paper, single-use gloves, clean cloths, cups and a bucket for the
collection of waste water;
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02.
introduction
02.01. copyright
information
© Rheavendors Industries S.p.A.; all rights reserved;
this document contains some confidential information of
Rheavendors Industries S.p.A.’s exclusive property; the content of
this document can be neither disclosed in favour of third parties,
nor copied or reproduced in any form whatsoever, either fully or
partially,
without
Rheavendors
Industries
S.p.A.’s
prior
authorisation in writing; the utilisation, reproduction or disclosure
of the technical information in this document can be protected by
Rheavendors Industries S.p.A. according to the Law;
this manual is intended for the owner of the vending machine; it is
an integral part of the machine and it shall be kept with it;
the information supplied by this manual are intended to achieve
the best performances of the vending machine within the scope of
application established by the Manufacturer; Rheavendors
Industries S.p.A. reserves the right to improve future production
without serving any prior notice and without assuming any
obligation to update the products on the market; the manufacturer
will disclaim all responsibility for any inaccuracy due to misprints;
02.02. rules
safety rules for using the vending machine
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02.03. contacts
** pay special attention to the chapters and notes high lit by the
symbols of alert; strictly observe the rules concerning, in
particular, the operators’ and users’ safety;
** under no circumstance may the vending machine be used by
children or by people with poorer physical, sensorial or mental
capacities or who have not been properly informed on correct
use; children shall be supervised to prevent them from playing
with the vending machine;
** if you should find out a water leak or the presence of smoke,
immediately detach the vending machine from the electric and
hydraulic network, never try to restore its operation and apply
to skilled technicians;
** the machine shall be installed according to national rules; pay
special attention to the rules about the machines directly
connected with the hydraulic network;
** the user is not allowed to access the maintaining and servicing
area that shall be properly signalled;
** never remove protections, never override safety devices and
never modify the machine or its components;
Rheavendors Services S.p.A. is at disposal for any kind of
support and information on this vending machine;
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for any reference about our partners all over the world please visit
site :
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02.04. serial number
labels
to be able to identify the vending machine rapidly and univocally as
well as to get the best support, please specify the data of the serial
number label;
code : D12345A67890
s/n: 1234 56 7890
(example)
silvery serial number labels are applied inside and outside the case
of the machine;
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03.
technical data
03.01. dimensions
height (including upper rail of 28 mm):
width:
depth:
depth with open door:
618
420
563
880
03.02. weight
instant machine:
espresso machine:
33 kg
40 kg
- connection by means of a solenoid valve with 3/8“ gas male face:
- supply by a submersible pump:
- connection from internal tank;
from 0.1 MPa to 0.8 MPa
24 V dc, 1.2 A max.;
3.4 litre capacity
- 230 V ac (120 V ac), 50/60 Hz; single-phase and ground;
- cable of the following type: H05VV-F 3G 1 mm² 300/500 V
in I:
in E:
03.03. supply
water
energy
mm
mm
mm
mm
1,700 W
1,200 W
anyway refer to label data
03.04. sound pressure
A-weighted sound pressure level;
03.05. keyboard
ten selection buttons;
03.06. display
two sixteen-character lines; graphic; three colors;
03.07. dispensing cpt.
open; folding cup support (useful height 85 mm);
maximum 150 mm
03.08. drip tray
drip tray beneath the cup surface:
capacity 750 ml
03.09. dispenser
a fixed dispensing place;
03.10. safety
water
less than 70 dB(A)
in the instant machine, overflow sensor;
in the espresso machine, overflow sensor and pressure relief valve;
in all machines water inlet solenoid valve with anti-flood sensor;
energy
a main switch, a door switch;
two 6.3x32 mm fuses;
230 V ac; 12 A delayed
heat
manually resettable sensors;
88 °C
software
time limits for water dispensing cycles;
03.11. grinder motor
in the espresso machine:
230 V dc
03.12. grinders
in the espresso machine, flat:
Ø 56 mm
03.13. doser
in the espresso machine, manually programmable:
6,0 ÷ 7,8 gr
03.14. espresso brewer
made of plastics; the dimension of the brewing chamber can be
mechanically programmed in three volumes:
03.15. air break
in the espresso machine, air break with overflow and level switch;
Ø 40 mm
orange chamber
Ø 36 mm
orange chamber
03.16. pump
in the instant machine:
in the espresso machine:
24 V dc
230 V ac
03.17. product motors
max. six, according to the machine configuration;
95 r.p.m. 24 V dc
03.18. mixing bowls
max. three in the instant version, max. two in the espresso
version, according to the machine configuration;
03.19. mixer motors
max. three in the instant version, max. two in the espresso
version, according to the machine configuration;
03.20. boiler
one single boiler;
instant machine: open-top boiler;
espresso machine: pressurized boiler;
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3.4 litres, 1,600 W
0.4 litres, 1,100 W
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03.21. product canisters
max. six, according to the machine configuration; single (55 mm)
or double (110 mm) width; dispensing worm screws 9 mm or 18
mm in pitch; with mixer gear and stirrer, if arranged by the
configuration and with standard or shorter product slide outlet
(see 05.21.);
- coffee beans canister (or hopper) capacity:
1.0 Kg
- instant canister capacity:
width 55 mm
capacity 1.7 litres
coffee
0.33
milk
0.38
0.94
chocolate
tea
0.98
sugar
1.20
width 110 mm
capacity 3.5 litres
kg
kg
kg
kg
kg
milk
chocolate
0.80 kg
2.20 kg
03.22. miscellaneous
machine parameters programmable by means of a flash key or
selection keyboard; NRI G13 or similar payment system
compartment; protocols: serial, parallel, executive, MDB; data
collection by means of a flash key (see 09.06.);
03.23. notes
the water and energy supply tolerance limits that can ensure a
good and proper operation of the Cino XS grande machine are:
water:
from 10 °F to 25 °F (*)
400 μS @ 20 °C
- total hardness:
- recommended conductivity:
(*) if harder, please use anti-limestone filters;
energy:
+10 % /- 25 %
+/- 5 %
- nominal voltage:
- nominal frequency:
room (during storage and operation):
5 °C ÷ 35 °C
max 80 %
- temperature:
- relative humidity:
electric consumption:
from 13 Wh to 380 Wh
- power (vending phase):
the complete data according to the EVA-EMP Energy Measurement
Protocol, are made available upon request (see 02.03.);
the power supply cable supplied with the vending machine
shall not be altered under any circumstance; in case of loss
or damage replace it by using an original component only;
make sure that the electric installation can deliver the power
suitable for the machine (see 03.03.);
a good ground connection is not only a legal obligation for the
protection of users and operators, but it can also provide for
correct power supply;
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04.
configurations
04.01.
Cino XS grande configurations are numerous; they are coded by
means of some categories exemplified here below in the
abbreviation of the machine:
a. instant
b. instant and espresso
c. product canisters
- instant products only:
- instant products and coffee beans:
- number of instant products and coffee beans (se E):
d. water supply
- - external, by means of the inlet solenoid valve:
- - internal, from the internal tank to the vending machine:
e. numbering
product canisters, mixing bowls and mixers are numbered in
progression, from the left to the right, as it is shown later on; this
numbering is used in the chapter on how to programme (see 09.)
drinks;
04.02. examples of
configurations
V.M. Cino XS grande I/4 A
330
grams
330
grams
VSF 18
VSF 9
VSF 9
CHOCOLATE
COFFEE 1
2
3
water 1
4
COFFEE 2
MILK
1
water 2


mixer 1
mixer 2
keyboard selections
V.M. Cino XS grande E/4 R
VSF 18
VSF 18
3
water 1
1. espresso
2. black coffee
3. white coffee
4. cappuccino
5. mocaccino
6. chocolate
7. long coffee
8. chocomilk
9. milk
10. hot water
330
grams
VSF 9
4
CHOCOLATE
COFFEE BEANS
§
800
grams
6
COFFEE
2200
grams
MILK
1000
grams
I
E
E/4
I/5
E/4 R
E/3 A
1. moccaccino
2. cappuccino
3. espresso with milk
4. espresso
5. preselection big cup
6. black coffee
7. white coffee
8. milk
9. chocolate
10. hot water
3,4
litres
WATER
§
VSF18
XS
XS
XS
XS
XS
XS
keyboard selections
940
grams
800
grams
Cino
Cino
Cino
Cino
Cino
Cino
water 2


mixer 1
mixer 2
the configurations above are just some of possible Cino XS
grande configurations, considering the vending machine releases
and programmability; the principles of operation and information
are anyway universal and applicable to all machines of the Cino XS
grande range;
04.03. accessories
to complete and supplement the vending machines of the Cino XS
grande range, Rheavendors Industries S.p.A. has got a series of
accessories manufactured for these machines, such as cabinets,
autonomous water supply kits, payment systems, connection with
machines intended to dispense cold drinks, … ;
Rheavendors Services S.p.A. is at disposal for any kind of support
and information on special configurations (see 02.03.);
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04.04. LM selection
Cino XS grande can produce a drink called Latte Macchiato,
composed by milk and coffee and served in the cup in differently
coloured bands, typically milk, coffee and milk;
to get this special drink, refer to a specific package of instructions,
every step of which is called “LM dispensing cycle”; please keep in
mind some general principles to achieve this special drink quality:
- the first milk dispensing cycle shall not be too much mixed;
- the second milk dispensing cycle should occur after 10/15
seconds; mixing shall be extended and performed at the
maximum rotation speed of the impeller;
- the espresso coffee should be dispensed at least 15/20
seconds after the second milk dispensing cycle in the cup;
"Latte Macchiato" selection
flow diagram
parameters
values
1st milk
parameters
time prod n
start delay prod n
water time n
start delay water n
time mixer n
start delay mixer n
speed mixer n
prod n
water n
mixer n
24
5
60
0
60
3
low
2nd milk
prod LM
time prod LM
start delay prod LM
water LM time
start delay water LM
time mixer LM
start delay mixer LM
speed mixer LM
water LM
mixer LM
coffee water
24
200
60
150
80
180
high
2nd delay
espresso coffee start
200
2nd delay
2nd milk
1st delay
1st milk
selection
time
the data supplied by the table provide for a “latte macchiato”
dispensing cycle and they can be adapted to achieve dispensing
cycles more suitable for the users’ wishes;
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05.
presentation
espresso
05.12. door switch
and service key
05.21.
instant product canister
05.13.
internal button (PROG)
05.21.
coffee beans canister
protection carter
05.17.
doser
05.14.
flash key housing
05.16.
coffee brewer
05.24.
nozzle support
05.05.
door lock
05.18.
grounds container
05.31.
coin box housing
05.06.
level sensors
05.23.
mixing bowl
05.06.
drip tray
05.25.
mixer motor
05.36.c.
expansion board
05.36.a.
CPU
05.19.
grinder
05.22.
product motor
05.28.
switch floater
05.25.
mixer motor
05.28.
air break
05.27.
air aspirator
05.33.
instant solenoid valves
05.33.
pressure boiler
05.26.
powder aspirator
05.29.
volumetric counter
05.32.
pressure boiler pump
05.08.
power on switch
05.33.
drain tap
05.09.
fuses
05.11.
water inlet solenoid valve
05.07.
electric connection
05.10.
water drain plug
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instant
05.12. door switch
and service key
05.21.
instant product canister
05.21.
closing baffle
05.13.
internal button (PROG)
05.21.
product slide
05.14.
flash key housing
05.23.
mixing bowl
05.06.
waste water from the boiler
05.05.
door lock
05.06.
level sensors
05.25.
mixer motor
05.06.
drip tray
05.24.
nozzle support
05.36.a.
CPU
05.22.
product motor
05.27.
air aspirator
05.25.
mixer motor
05.35.
pump motor
05.26.
powder aspirator
05.34.
boiler
05.08.
power on switch
05.11.
water inlet solenoid valve
05.09.
fuses
05.10.
water drain plug
05.07.
electric connection
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the Rhea Cino XS grande vending machine is a machine explicitly
designed for being easily used by all users since no specific
competence is required in preparing drinks;
05.01. general
information
the function consists in dispensing drinks by mixing food products
and water at a proper temperature; the correct operation of the
vending machine occurs in closed rooms in normal environmental
conditions and at a room temperature between 5 °C and 35°C, the
relative humidity below 80%;
use only specific ingredients for vending machines;
dispense by briefly pressing a key of the selection keyboard
(see 05.02.); make sure that the cup has been properly positioned
at the dispensing station, if necessary by using the flap support for
caps (see 03.07.);
05.02. selection keyboard
after having closed the door, press the buttons to dispense; the
button will turn on during the dispensing cycle; keys will assume
various functions in the programming mode (see 09.) and enable
the user to modify the machine parameters; keys are numbered
progressively from the top: 1, 2, … and from the left;
05.03. display
the display messages inform users and operators about the
operation state of the vending machine;
05.04. dispenser
the Cino XS grande vending machine has got a fixed drink
dispenser on the cup support surface;
05.05. door lock
the door is closed by means of a lock; the key is mapped and
numbered for identification;
05.06. drip tray gocce
it collects possible residual drops from the dispenser and, if
necessary, the waste water in excess from the boiler; it is slided at
the bottom of the machine case, in the front, and it is composed by
a covering drawer and a grilled cover that can be washed by
running water; an electric contact is intended to control the filling
level (see 11. and 13.01.);
05.07. electric connection
a three-terminal socket is arranged at the back of the case for the
connection of the mains cable;
05.08. power on switch
to power on and off the machine;
05.09. fuses
installed on the mains power supply (see 03.10.);
05.10. water drain plug
from where to let the silicone tube from the boiler come out for
emptying;
05.11. water inlet
solenoid valve
the water inlet solenoid valve on R machines only has got an antiflood safety device intended to stop the water inlet in case of
failures; to its electrical pins can be connected in parallel an any
submersible pump (see 03.03.);
05.12. door switch
to power off the machine when the door is open;
attention
some parts remain anyway network-connected
act extremely carefully;
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1
2
3
4
5
03
6
7
8
9
10
05
04
06
11
08
09
07
10
12
use the service key to supply the vending machine if it is necessary
to activate the machine when the door is open;
the key is housed in the cover;
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05.13. internal button
(PROG)
the button giving access to the machine programming mode is
arranged on the orange protection carter inside the door (PROG);
05.14. flash key housing
programming flash keys are arranged in the carter inside the door
(see 09.06.);
05.15. label pockets
product labels are arranged inside the door panel, beneath the
orange carter;
insert the labels into the pockets by observing the machine
configuration (see 13.12.);
05.16. coffee brewer
05.17. doser
after having received and compressed the ground dose from the
doser, brewing occurs in the coffee brewer by using the water
coming from the pump; the used dose is conveyed to the grounds
container (see 05.18.);
volumetric
the volumetric doser will gather the coffee ground by the grinder
(see 05.19.) to pour it in the coffee brewer (see 13.07.) after
having reached the dose you have programmed; the doser will
open twice straight to enable the user to empty the ground product
collection chamber completely;
timing
there is a version of Cino XS grande with timing doser in which
the amount of ground coffee is poured directly into the chamber of
the coffee brewer and the quantity of which is determined by the
software "grind time" (see 09.01.);
05.18. grinder
the grinder is intended to grind the coffee beans in the hopper to
fill in the doser chamber; the grinding degree is adjustable by
means of the knurled white knob standing out of the grinder body
(rotate clockwise for fine grinding), (see 05.17. and 13.06.);
in timing doser versions, the degree of grinding is adjustable with
the index located to the left of the inlet mouth of the coffee beans
(see 13.06.);
05.19. coffee brewer
motor
the coffee brewer motor will rotate some parts of the coffee brewer
to compress ground coffee for brewing; rotation is controlled by a
switch driven by a cam that will inform the CPU on the position of
the brewer;
05.20. grounds container
it collects over sixty ground doses in E machines after having used
them in the coffee brewer; a software option (see 09.01.o.) will
show a warning message as soon as the tray is full;
05.21. product canisters
05.22. product motors
instant product canisters dispense their content in the underlying
mixing bowls; an internal worm screw driven by the product motor
will push the instant product to the product slide; they can be
equipped with a wheel and a product shaker for constant
dispensing; the outlet, the dimension of which can be either
standard or smaller, has got a closing baffle; the coffee beans
canister (hopper) has got a closing orange blade that is to be
inserted before lifting the canister; canisters are closed by a cover
to protect products; a water tank is intended to replace the last two
product canisters on the right in the releases not including the
water connection with the network (see 01.01.); this tank can be
filled by means of a door on the vending machine cover;
the internal water tank is complete with a float signaling by means
of a red strip if you have filled it in excess;
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
they are intended to rotate the worm screws inside instant product
canisters to pour the product quantity necessary for selection in the
mixing bowls;
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05.23. mixing bowls
the mixing bowls of the mixers will accommodate the instant
products you have poured to mix them with water; the fan of mixer
motors will act at the bottom and the drink outflow to the
dispenser occurs by means of a silicone tube; mixing bowls and
outlet tubes can be washed with lukewarm running water;
05.24. nozzle support
a fixed support on the cup station is intended to accommodate the
three dispensers coming from the mixing trays of mixers and the
direct hot water;
05.25. mixer motor
the motors of mixers help you mix instant products with water by
means of the rotation of the fan mounted on their axis; the
rotation speed can be adjusted (see 09.01.a.) to the features of the
various products;
05.26. powder aspirator
an aspirator will eject suspended product residuals from the
vending machine; the aspirator is connected with a drawer beneath
product slides to intercept the residual impalpable powder coming
from selections; the action time of the aspirator is programmable
by means of a software parameter (see 09.01.f.); aspirated air is
ejected through the slots of the rear panel;
05.27. air aspirator
to aspirate the air from the internal environment of the machine to
avoid any condensate;
05.28. air break
in the E machine, it accumulates water for sending to the pressure
boiler; the level is controlled by a float and – if above the
established level – it will flow back to the inlet solenoid valve safety
device, thus preventing the inlet of new water;
05.29. volumetric counter
for the espresso version only, it supplies the CPU the water
quantity running through the coffee brewer to establish its volume;
the water quantity of instant selections is established by the time
set in the “water N” parameter only (see 09.01.a.);
05.30. coin box
05.31. door lighting
23
24
25
27
26
28
29
in some versions, the components intended to support the payment
system (not supplied) are arranged inside the door; the coin box is
complete with a lock and the flat cable of the payment system is
inserted into a 10 pin J4 connector of the display board;
30
- the door panel is lit up by two led modules mounted inside (“a”);
31
b
- the side panels are lit up by two led modules mounted inside
(“b”);
a
- the cup station and the logo are lit up by a module mounted
inside (“c”);
b
a
c
- the product labels and selection keys are lit up by two modules
(“d”) mounted at the back of the door;
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d
05.32. pressure boiler
pump
in the E machine, a vibration pump with by pass, directs the water
to the solenoid valves and the three ways for the espresso circuit;
E
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attention
these components may be very hot even if the machine is off;
05.33. pressure boiler
in the E machine, pressure boiler complete with a temperature
probe and protection clicsons; the drain tap may be used to empty
the hydraulic circuit (vedi 09.01.f.);
drain tap
solenoid valves
E1 E2 E3
temperature probe
hot water 3
water inlet
to mixing bowl 2
to mixing bowl 1
three-way valve
EX
clicsons
to coffee brewer
05.34. boiler
solenoid valve
name sw
outlet
E1
E2
E3
EX
water 1
water 2
water 3
coffee water
mixing bowl 1
mixing bowl 2
hot water 3
coffee brewer
X
1
2
3
in the I machine, boiler with all active elements (heating element,
thermal protections, temperature sensor, pumps) fastened to the
cover;
clicson
clicson
P4
temperature probe
water outlet
level probes
P3
P1
P2
water outlets
05.35. boiler pumps
in the I machine, pumps with turbines immersed in the boiler
water; water is conveyed in tubes feeding mixing bowls; (attention
to the polarisation of motors; see 03.16.);
the water quantity of instant selections is established by the time
set in the “water N” parameter (see 09.01.a.);
pump
P1
P2
P3
P4
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water
water
1
2
3
4
outlet
1 4 2
mixing bowl 1
mixing bowl 2
mixing bowl 3
hot water 4
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05.36. electronics
05.36.a. CPU
phone cable connector
to the flash key box
connector to the door
display board
boiler heating
element led
instant level probes
230 V output to the
boiler heating element
temperature probe
Executive payment
system
230 V input
MDB payment system
the CPU board is intended to govern the machine operation. It is
the place of location of machine programs and it is secured to the
frame by means of four board supports;
the phone cable is intended to connect the box for the flash key
(see 05.14. and 05.36.c.) whereas the display cable will transmit
the signal exchange with the keyboard and the display arranged in
the door (see 05.02. and 05.03.); the temperature probe cable is
separated from the machine wiring to avoid hampering the removal
of the probe;
the boiler led will turn on whenever you activate the boiler heating
element;
05.36.b. display p.c.b.
the display board secured inside the door will accommodate the
signals of the selection keyboard and display the messages; a flat
cable will connect it with the CPU;
05.36.c. flash board
arranged inside the door, beneath the orange carter (see 05.14.), it
enables the user to insert the flash key to programme the machine
(see 09.06.);
05.36.d. expansion board
the expansion board, in E machines only, is necessary to control
the coffee brewer motor, the grinder and the doser;
36.b
36.c
36.d
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05.37. software
the software installed in in Cino XS grande can be subdivided into
two different chapters called:
- master:
it is the software determining the machine cycles, the links
between the functions, the order of execution of operations;
this software can not be modified by the operator, but it can be
replaced in the CPU by means of a flash key written at works or
by means of rheAction (see 09.06. and 05.38.);
- configuration:
it
is
the
software determining
the
times
and the
succession of dispensing drinks, the payment system protocol,
the display modes, …; variables may be modified by the operator
either manually aboard the machine or by means of rheAction
(see 09.06. and 05.38.) to adapt the machine behaviour to the
final users’ needs (product quantities and mixtures, warning
messages …) (see 09.);
if it is necessary to update one of the software programmes above
on the machine, the flash key may be of great use; the key can
contain either software or both of them and provide for a rapid and
safe transfer;
please note that the flash key used for these software handlings
must have been previously initialised (with rheAction for example);
in general, the transfer procedure is:
- power off the machine;
- insert the flash key or into the connector of the board in question
(see 05.14. and 05.36.);
- power on the machine by means of the service key (see 05.12.);
- wait for the message on the machine display;
- answer the messages on the display;
- power off the machine and remove the flash key;
please note: if the flash key should contain a master software, the
transfer will certainly occur from the key to the machine, whereas
it will be necessary to follow the steps described by 09.06 in case
of a configuration software;
05.38. rheAction
a system called rheAction is intended to complete and supplement
the programming executable in the machine; it is composed by a
software and hardware, installable in a pc, capable of storing,
modifying and writing the configuration data of Rhea machines;
Rheavendors Services S.p.A. is at disposal for any kind of support
and information on the rheAction system (see 02.03.);
e informazioni riguardanti il sistema rheAction (vedi 02.03.);
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06.
preliminary actions
06.01. handling
the vending machine may be transported, handled and positioned
by skilled and trained personnel only; while handling, never
overturn the machine; observe the orientation arrows on the
package;
attention
handle the machine carefully to prevent the authorised personnel
from being injured; considering the weight and overall dimensions
of the vending machine, it is recommended to use a truck at low
speed;
06.02. unpacking
- approach the packed vending machine to its work position;
- cut the two plastic belts;
- lift the external package;
- remove the drip tray;
- extract the protection bag up;
- lift the vending machine and arrange it on the work surface;
attention
the materials composing the package shall never be left within the
reach of people from outside, in particular of children, because they
represent a potential source of danger;
only specialised companies may be charged to provide for the
disposal of package components;
06.03. positioning
the vending machine shall be arranged for work in a sheltered
room by using a support suitable for the weight of the machine
(see 03.02.); its distance from the walls shall provide for good air
circulation and easy access;
any inclination of the surface shall not exceed 2°;
it is recommended to arrange an easily cleanable impermeable
protection beneath the vending machine to collect any accidental
product fall;
06.04. preparation
when the machine is in its final working position:
- cut the clamp securing the door key to the liquid recovery tray
grilled cover;
- insert it into the lock (see 05.05.), rotate it and open the door;
- remove the envelope of documents and labels;
- take the power supply cable and the water union; the water
union can be used for water connection with the network;
- screw the four feet to the lower case corners by adjusting them
for proper inclination;
- lift the machine cover and remove the guards intended to fasten
product containers for transport;
- insert the labels by observing the order of selections determined
by the machine configuration (see 04.02.);
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07.
connections
07.01. water
make sure that the water used to supply the vending machine has
all proper features for human consumption;
make sure that there is no sign of impurity and check the degree of
hardness; if necessary, contact an analysis lab;
if necessary, use a softening filter and replace the cartridge at
regular intervals to preserve the machine components;
make sure that the network pressure is the one preset for the
machine (see 03.03.); use a pump or a reducer in case of noncompliance; it is recommended to install a tap to detach the
machine from the network; connection shall occur by means of a
tube type-approved for food use and capable of supporting the
operating pressure; if the machine is supplied by an internal water
tank, make sure that the tank is properly positioned in its seat and
fill it;
for the drinkability features of “waters intended for human
consumption” refer to the following Internet address:
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directive 98/83/EC of 03/11/1998
07.02. energy
observe the rules on connections with the electric network, in
particular on grounding; connect the machine permanently without
using any reduction, adaptor, multiple socket or extension; use the
network connection cable supplied with the vending machine only;
it is recommended to install a switch detaching the machine from
the network;
it is recommended to install a differential current device operating
below 30 mA, detaching the machine from the mains and promptly
tripping in case of improper electric input in order to considerably
reduce the risks arising out of any short-circuit;
attention
check the power plant capacity to supply the power required by the
machine (see 03.03) and the observance of the rules in force;
strictly refer to the data of the serial number label (see 02.04.)
insert the cable into the connection socket (see 05.07.); then,
connect the plug with the socket and supply the vending machine;
for a correct and safe configuration of the electric power supply
installation refer to the following Internet address, if necessary:
http://eur-lex.europa.eu/
directive 2006/95/EC of 12/12/2006
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08.
first power on
08.01. introduction
after having unpacked the vending machine, arranged it firmly in
the work place and connected or supplied it (machine A)
hydraulically and electrically, carry out some actions to operate it;
wash hands thoroughly with water and soap before
handling the machine and the products; only use potable
water to clean the components;
08.02. activity
open the door, lift the cover, power on the main switch of the
machine (see 05.08.);
for E versions pour a small quantity of coffee beans into the coffee
hopper to avoid displaying the no coffee message; remember to
open the hopper orange blade;
no coffee beans
OFF 09
attention
arrange a cup beneath the nozzles, insert and rotate the service
key into the door switch (see 05.12.);
attention
the vending machine is supplied and running to all effects; the
mobile parts of the coffee brewer will be handled; act extremely
carefully;
at the end of the assembly and final inspection, discharge the
water used for tests from the machine; at the time of the first
power on, fill in the whole water circuit; the machine will constantly
load water and display:
wait for the water to come out of the dispensing nozzles for some
seconds; the water flow will automatically stop and the display
show:
water will start heating in the boiler to reach the temperature value
you have set up (see 09.01.e.); at the end of this phase, the
display will show the message:
refilling water
wait
switching on…
please wait
INSTALLATION
end
installation
wait
temperature
Cino XS
Espresso
08.03. washing
transportation, storage and installation conditions can not provide
for immediate utilisation of the vending machine and it is
recommended to perform a complete wash cycle before using the
vending machine;
1= PROGRAMMING
3= FREE VEND
press the programming button (see 05.13.);
the display shows alternatively the messages:
2= DATA 4= CLEAN
5= MAINTENANCE
attention
the vending machine is supplied and running to all effects; the
mobile parts of the coffee brewer will be handled; act extremely
carefully;
arrange a cup beneath the nozzles; the machine will dispense a
pre-fixed water quantity for each wash cycle;
press “4” to enable the wash cycle of the water circuit (boiler,
tubes, mixing bowls, ….);
the display shows:
- in the E version, key “1” will dispense water through the coffee
brewer; selections “2” and “3” will do it in the two mixing bowls
for instant products; key “8=hc” will carry out the sanitary wash
cycle for the brewer (see 09.04.);
cleaning
sel. 1-2-3-4
8=hc
- for I, keys “1”, “2” and “3” will dispense water into the three
mixing bowls for instant products; key “4” in the hot water outlet
hole to the cup;
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repeat the operation for some times to rinse the whole water circuit
of the machine; during the wash cycles, the display shows:
cleaning
N
power off the vending machine by means of the service key;
arrange it in its support (see 05.12.); power off the main switch at
the back of the machine (see 05.08.);
08.05
prepare a chlorine-based anti-bacterial sanitising solution by
observing the instructions supplied with the product; remove and
immerse the following into the solution: the product canisters you
have disassembled, the trays of mixers, their fans and the silicone
tubes intended to dispense products; the time necessary to sanitise
is specified by the anti-bacterial product package; at the end,
remove all the parts you have sanitised from the solution, dry them
carefully by using clean cloths and reassemble them into the
machine; rotate the baffles of the product slides of instant canisters
to close them and load the canisters with reference to the machine
configuration (see 04.) and to the canister labels; fill in the coffee
hopper (in E machines) with coffee beans; close the canisters and
the coffee hopper with their upper covers;
rotate the baffles of the product slides (see 05.21.) to open them
and pull the orange blade intended to close the coffee hopper (in
the E machine); (see also 12.);
to clean and treat food products properly, refer to the content of
the following Internet address:
http://eur-lex.europa.eu//
regulation 2004/852/EC of 29/04/2004
lower down the cover and close the door by means of the lock key
(see 05.05.) and place it in a safe place;
08.06
power on the machine by means of the main switch; the display
will show in sequence following messages:
Cino XS
Espresso
switching on…
please wait
till the water temperature of the boiler or pressure boiler is suitable
for the value set in the memory (by default);
at the end of this phase intended to heat water in the boiler, the
vending machine is ready to dispense on a free basis and the
display will alternatively show some stand-by messages:
wait
temperature
rheavendors
Cino XS
Espresso
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09.
programming
the vending machine is programmed by means of parameters
considered standard for the specific configuration required; values
forming the composition of recipes – written in the board memories
– enable the user to dispense drinks without requiring the installer
to set up special programmes; to modify these parameters to adapt
the drinks you have produced, refer to the following; at the end of
the chapter (see 09.07.), a summary table may help the user trace
back all the programming items;
to access the programming mode, open the front door of the
machine and use the service key in the safety switch;
attention
the vending machine is supplied and running to all effects in this
mode of operation; act extremely carefully;
access the programming
mode
press the “PROG” key (see 05.14.);
the display shows alternatively the messages:
1= PROGRAMMING
3= FREE VEND
-
2= DATA 4= CLEAN
5= MAINTENANCE
“1”
“2”
“3”
“4”
“5”
to
to
to
to
to
access the programming mode of machine variables;
display the drink quantities you have dispensed;
dispense on a free basis;
dispense water to wash the water circuits;
schedule maintenance operations;
quit the programming
mode
after having programmed, press “1” and then the key “PROG” to go
back to the usual operation of the vending machine and to store all
changes you have made; the display will show:
09.01. “prog”
press the key “PROG”, press “1”; the buttons of the selection
keyboard will assume the following functions:
Key 1
Key 6
to scroll the items forward
to scroll the items backward
Key 2
Key 3
to scroll the variables of items forward
to scroll the variables of items backward
Key 4
Key 5
to increase the value of the variable on the screen
to decrease the value of the variable on the screen
END PROGRAMMING
wait ………
1= PROG.
the items are (scroll by means of key “1”):
09.01.a. key 1
…
key 10
contains the variable composing selection 1;
…
contains the variables composing selection 10;
PROGRAMMING
BUTTON N
09.01.b. prices
to establish the prices of every single dispensing cycle;
PROGRAMMING
PRICES
to establish the prices of every single dispensing cycle produced in
special time bands;
PROGRAMMING
HAPPY PRICE
to determine the values of coins;
PROGRAMMING
COINS
09.01.e. temperatures
to set up the boiler water temperatures;
PROGRAMMING
TEMPERATURE
09.01.f. miscellaneous
to programme different options;
PROGRAMMING
MISCELLANEOUS
to display some machine parameters;
DIAGNOSTICS
09.01.c. happy price
09.01.d. coins
09.01.g. diagnostics
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to display the quantity of dispensing cycles you have performed;
SALES AUDIT
09.01.i. MDB
it contains the programming of the MDB protocol parameters;
PROGRAMMING
MDB
09.01.l. clock
to set up the machine clock;
PROGRAMMING
CLOCK
to record any failure that may have occurred;
REGISTRATION
OUT OF SERVICE
to check and enable product dispensing cycles;
PROGRAMMING
PRODUCT QTY
it contains the maintenance control parameters of the machine;
PROGRAMMING
MAINTENANCE
to determine the RFID card parameters;
PROGRAMMING
RFID CARD
to regulate the speed of the boiler pumps in I machines and
product motors;
PROGRAMMING
PRODUCT MOTORS
it contains the machine identification parameters;
PROGRAMMING
ID MACHINE
09.01.h. sales audit
09.01.m. out of service
09.01.n. product qty
09.01.o. maintenance
09.01.p. RFID CARD
09.01.q. tuning motors
09.01.r. id. machine
09.01.a. button from 1
to 10
“functioning”
press key “2” when the display shows “key n” to scroll the variables
composing the function of that key (by pressing keys “4” and “5”);
- if you press “2” when “FUNCTIONING”, the key will perform the
function you have programmed (dispensing cycle of a drink);
see paragraph “functioning”;
FUNCTIONING
- if you press “2” when “INHIBITED”, the key will be inhibited and
it will perform no function;
INHIBITED
- if you press “2” when “PRESELECTION”, the key you have pressed
before the real selection will fulfil the function of the items listed
in the “preselection” paragraph (scroll by pressing key “4” and
“5”);
PRESELECTION
- press “2” when “COLD” to enable the selection button to dispense
cold drinks (machine with the FP option);
COLD
use key “2” to scroll the following items:
choose the “extended” option to display all variables and the
“reduced” option to display only the parameters, the values of
which are other than zero (use keys “4” and “5” to change the
option);
programming:
TOTAL
programming:
PARTIAL
in E machines, espresso coffee is the first product you can
programme for each selection key; there are two variables:
- the water quantity in the cup; change it by means of “4” and
“5”; if the variable is zero, no espresso will be dispensed (drink
composed by instant products only);
COFFEE WATER
0= inhib.
cc: 00
- coffee will be dispensed before (value 1) or after (value 0) instant
products;
coffee sequence
1=coffee before N
press “2” to display:
press keys “4” and “5” to change the rotation time of the N product
motor, thus changing the product quantity you have dispensed; if
time is zero, no product N will be dispensed; you can carry out a
“time test” on the set-point; (see 13.19.);
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0= inhib.
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if the time you have programmed is other than zero, the N product
motor will be activated at the expiry of the delay time you have
programmed; the delay time is increased or decreased by pressing
keys “4” and “5”;
the rotation time of the product motor can be briefly interrupted
one or two times during the dispensing cycle (0 = no break); (see
also 13.17.);
parameter used in machines complete with a time doser to adjust
the amount of grounded coffee will be dispensed and filled into the
coffee brewer;
if you enable this option after having compressed the ground dose,
the pump will deliver a small water quantity to make it wet, stop
and restart the usual dispensing cycle;
to determine the pump power on time (in I machines) or the
solenoid valve opening time (in E machines) and then the water
quantity it will deliver; you can carry out a “time test” on the setpoint; (see 13.19.);
start delay
PRODUCT N
0.0
breaks number
0-1-2
00
grinder time
0.0
pre-brewing
0=no
N
WATER N time
0= inhib.
0.0
water will be dispensed in the mixing bowls at the expiry of the
delay time you have programmed;
start delay
WATER N
for I machines only, the water flow in mixing bowls can be
regulated between low, medium, high by pressing keys “4” and “5”
(see 13.15.);
water flow :
N
medium
the rotation time of the mixer fan can be changed by pressing keys
“4” and “5”; if time is equal to zero, the mixer will not rotate; you
can carry out a “time test” on the set-point; (see 13.19.);
MIXER N
0= inhib.
0.0
if the rotation time is other than zero, the mixer fan will be rotated
at the expiry of this delay time;
start delay
MIXER N
0.0
the mixer rotation speed can be regulated between low, medium,
high by pressing keys “4” and “5”;
0.0
MIXER speed
N
medium
LM dispensing
to establish the delay between the second milk and the espresso
coffee dispensing cycle in the “Latte macchiato” selection;
LM dispensing
to establish the milk quantity of the second dispensing cycle;
LM dispensing
to determine the delay of the second milk dispensing cycle;
LM dispensing
to determine the breaks of the second milk dispensing cycle;
LM dispensing
to establish the water quantity of the second milk dispensing cycle;
LM dispensing
to determine the water quantity delay of the second milk
dispensing cycle;
LM dispensing
to establish the mixer rotation time of the second milk dispensing
cycle;
MIXER LM
0= disab.
0.0
LM dispensing
if other than zero, the mixer power on will be delayed by the time
you have set up;
start delay
MIXER LM
0.0
LM dispensing
to determine mixer rotation speed of the second milk dispensing
cycle;
MIXER LM speed
medium
LM dispensing
to specify the product canister to be used for the milk dispensing
cycle;
PRODUCT
MILK LM
LM dispensing
to establish the water to be used for the second milk dispensing
cycle;
Ev virtual
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PRODUCT LM
0= inhib.
0.0
start delay
PRODUCT LM
0.0
breaks number
0-1-2
00
WATER LM time
0= inhib.
0.0
delay water LM
0= inhib.
0.0
n: N
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to repeat the selection by N times automatically and produce drinks
of remarkable volume (jug);
press “4” and “5” to choose the drink name to display during the
dispensing cycle; options are listed here below:
- “standard”, the display will show “drink N under preparation”;
- “list of names” of drinks made available in the machine
memory; the display will show “drink name under preparation”;
- “custom”: the display will show the user’s customised names; it
is necessary to create a configuration file with rheAction
(see 05.38.) and load it on the machine by means of a flash key
see 09.06.);
“pre-selection”
JUG
0=no
n:00
selection name N
------n:00
several pre-selection messages are made available according to the
various machine releases; they are supplied here below:
“decaffeinated/barley”:
espresso coffee can be replaced with instant (or barley) coffee by
means of pre-selection; variables are listed here below:
- message appearing on the display during the dispensing cycle;
preselection
DECAFEINATED
- decaffeinated product canister (keys “4” and “5”);
canister
DECAFEINATED n:N
- mixing bowl and mixing water (keys “4” and “5”);
ev-mixer
DECAFEINATED n:N
- price change with respect to the standard espresso drink;
(see *);
DECAFEINATED price
0=+ 1=00
- keys for which preselection has effect (scroll by means of key
“2” and select enable or disable by means of key “4” and “5”);
this instruction is repeated in any preselection to enable the
effect in the key or not (*);
“extra milk”
PRODUCT
MILK
- to choose the milk canister;
- to determine by how many seconds to change the rotation time
of the product motor you have set up in the configuration;
to enable see (*);
“espresso”
- to decrease the NN water percentage to the water you have set
up in the espresso selections; to enable see (*);
“no sugar”
- to choose the sugar canister; to enable see (*);
“extra sugar”
“cup to go”
enable presel.
button N: YES
extra milk
quantity
n:N
+ 0.0
water quantity
ESPRESSO
-00 %
canister
SUGAR
n:N
- to choose the sugar canister;
canister
SUGAR
n:N
- to determine by how many seconds to change the rotation time
of the product motor you have set up in the configuration;
to enable see (*);
extra sugar
quantity
+ 0.0
- to increase the product quantity by the percentage you have
set up;
PRODUCT
percent
+00 %
- to increase the water quantity by the percentage you have set
up
WATER
percent
+00 %
- price change with respect to the standard drink;
+oPRICE
0=+ 1=00
to enable see (*);
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“sugar”
- to choose the sugar canister; to enable see (*);
canister
SUGAR
“long”
- to increase the water quantity of the drink by the percentage
you have set up; to enable see (*);
“jug”
- to establish that a dispensing cycle is repeated the number of
times you have set up in “JUG” before, to produce a greater
product volume;
09.01.b. prices
press key “2” to display:
each selection can be assigned a sales price; use “4” and “5” to
change the amount and “2” to scroll the price lines;
09.01.c. happy price
09.01.d. coins
09.01.e. temperature
for the I versions
press key “2” to display:
every single selection may be assigned a sales price that will be
valid only in well-defined time ranges (see 09.01.l.); use “4” and
“5” to change the amount and “2” to scroll the price lines;
assign each channel its value for the parallel payment system;
press “2” to scroll the coins from A to J and use “4” and “5” to
change its value;
use keys “4” and “5” to increase or decrease the boiler water
temperature;
and the cups station lighting will flash on and off until the
temperature value is such that the dispensing cycle can be
resumed and completed;
preselection
JUG
PRICE N
PRICE N
COIN A
0.00
0.00
0.00
TEMPERATURE
boiler
NN
drink N
under preparation
wait
temperature
use keys “4” and “5” to change the pressure boiler temperature;
TEMPERATURE
espresso
press “2” to display:
to establish how many minutes after the latest espresso to activate
the following parameter;
to establish the power on time of the pressure boiler heating
element to increase the water temperature;
(see also 10.02.);
09.01.f. miscellaneous
+00 %
press key “2” to display:
if during a dispensing cycle, the boiler water temperature should
decrease below the level you have set up, the machine will
temporarily interrupt the cycle and warn the user by means of
messages:
for the E versions
water
LONG
n:N
NN
DEFINITION
first coffee
00
heating time
sec.:
00
the “miscellaneous” item includes some options (press keys “4”
and “5” to modify the values of these options):
- machine code A and B: you can number the machine to
distinguish it from others similar (data collection);
- message number: press keys “4” and “5” to choose the messages
to display on the screen when the machine is in standby mode;
- coin mechanism programming options: press keys “4” and “5” to
display the options of communication with the payment system;
choose among:
- parallel single vend
machine code
A
NN
machine code
B
NN
message number
coin-mech type
PAR. SING. VEND
coin-mech type
PAR. MULT. VEND
- parallel multiple vend
- executive
coin-mech type
EXECUTIVE
- executive price holding
coin-mech type
PRICE HOLDING
- MDB
coin-mech type
MDB
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- access code: to access the programming mode only after having
typed a password you can choose by pressing keys “4” and “5”;
carefully note down the combination you have chosen;
- fan time: to determine for how many minutes after the latest
dispensing cycle the powder suction fan will remain active;
- beep time: beep time active at the end of each machine function;
- number of decimals: to determine how many decimals are
considered in the comparison between the selection price and the
credit you have inserted;
access code
fan time
min.
Beep time
NN
NN
0.0
decimal number
N
- language: to display the messages in one of the three languages
made available;
language :
english
- grinder type: in the E machine, to decide whether coffee is
ground for the espresso selection in progress or for the next one;
Type grinder
0=a 1=b 2=t. N
display color
- display colour; to select the display aspect you wish;
- first installation: used to make sure that the water circuit will be
filled in at the next power on; if the value is zero, the machine
will perform the cycle just as for 08.02 at the next power on;
first installat.
0=first
00
N
- in the E machine, to empty water circuits automatically:
- detach the water supply, insert an extension into the
pressure boiler drain tube, put it close to a bucket and press
“4”;
- open the pressure boiler drain tap (see 05.30.) and press “5”;
Deinstallation
4=START
Open boiler tap
P5=START
Deinstallation
- the display shows:
- remove the tube and close the pressure boiler tap, when the
display shows:
END
close boiler tap
at the end of the uninstall cycle, the boiler water temperatures
will be set to zero and the machine will be set to “FIRST
INSTALLATION=0”;
09.01.g. diagnostics
- in the E machine, to decide whether to keep the brewing
chamber of the coffee brewer in the upper piston in standby
mode (close) or not;
Position Brewer
0=close 1=open N
- to enable the summer time function (from the last Sunday in
March to last Sunday in October, the set time is automatically
increased by one);
Summer Time
1= yes
- to establish after how many selections to return the credit you
have inserted for the selection in progress;
number of selec.
Bingo
NN
- to determine whether to enable another price for the payment by
means of a RFID card;
price with card
1=price happy
- to enable the free vend mode (0 = disabled, 1 = one free
dispensing cycle only, 2 = dispensing on a free basis);
FREE VEND enable
0=no 1=1 2=++ N
press key “2” to access diagnostics and to enable the machine to
display (keys “4” and “5”) the standby message and the boiler
water temperature, alternatively;
ENABLE DISPLAY
TEMPERA. 1=YES N
press “2” once again to display the voltage value intended to
supply devices at 24 V dc;
VOLTAGE
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09.01.h. sales audit
this menu is intended to gather the quantities of the selections
made by the machine: names are assigned according to the EVADTS standard:
- VA 102
quantity of total vends (parameter not resettable);
TOTAL SELECTIONS
NN
- VA 104
quantity of the vends made after the reset;
PART. SELECTIONS
NN
- VA 101
total amount of receipts (parameter not resettable);
TOTAL MONEY
- VA 103
total amount of receipts after the reset;
PARTIAL MONEY
0.00
- VA 202
quantity of total tests (parameter not resettable);
TOTAL TESTS
- VA 204
quantity of tests after the reset;
PARTIAL TESTS
TOTAL FREE
- VA 302
quantity of free vends (parameter not resettable);
PARTIAL FREE
- VA 304
quantity of free vends after the reset;
TOTAL CASH
CASH
- CA 201
total amount sold by cash (parameter not resettable);
0.00
00
00
00
00
0.00
PARTIAL CASH
CASH
0.00
- CA 203
total amount sold by cash after the reset;
N. TOT. SEL. CASH
00
- CA 202
total amount of the selections sold by cash;
N. PAR. SEL. CASH
00
- CA 204
quantity of the selections sold by cash after the reset;
TOTAL CASH-BOX
0.00
- CA 305
total amount of cash receipts;
PARTIAL CASH-BOX
0.00
- CA 301
partial amount of cash receipts;
total loaded on
card
0.00
- DA 401
total amount loaded on RFID cards;
- DA 402
total amount loaded on RFID cards after the reset;
part loaded on
card
0.00
- DA 201
total amount sold by means of a RFID card;
total unloaded
card
0.00
- DA 203
total amount sold by means of a RFID card after the reset;
part unloaded
card
0.00
- DA 202
quantity of selections sold by means of a RFID card;
TOTAL SEL. CARD
00
- DA 204
quantity of selections sold by means of a RFID card after the
reset;
PARTIAL SEL. CARD
00
- LA 1*1
selections sold at a standard price;
- LA 1*2
selections sold at a happy price;
- PA 403
free selections;
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00
TOTAL SEL. N
HAPPY
00
TOTAL SEL. N
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09.01.i. MDB
press “2” to display the variables necessary for the MDB protocol;
since Cino XS grande is unable to accommodate changegiver
payment systems, some of these variables will be of no
significance, even if made available; press keys “4” and “5” to
scroll the values;
Ejection tubes
button:
4-5-7-8
- tube dispensing: to empty coins tubes;
- changegiver
changegiver
enable:
to
enable
the
coins
change
of
the
- maximum credit: to establish the maximum acceptable credit
amount;
credit max
N
0.00
rest max
- maximum change: to determine the maximum change amount;
0.00
- single/multiple vend: to keep the residual credit amount after a
dispensing cycle or not;
Sell type
0=sing. 1=mult.
- token value: to quantify the value of the token;
Token value
- coins change N: to establish the coins to be used for the change
when the machine is able to give it; from A to P;
coin rest a
N
0=acc. 1=disab. 0
- coins no change N: to establish the coins not to be accepted
when the machine is unable to give the change; from A to P;
09.01.l. clock
escrow enable
0=enab. 1=dis.
N
0.00
coin no rest a
N
0=acc. 1=disab. 0
- set “0” to enable the changegiver; “1” to enable the changegiver
only if the change made available is enough or if there is the
RFID card; “2” to enable the changegiver only if there is the RFID
card;
Bill validator
enab.= 0,1,2
- tube value: to specify the value in the ensemble of coins tubes;
MDB tubes value
0.00
this chapter is intended to determine:
HOUR:
- current time;
DAY:
- current day;
- current month;
MONTH:
- current year;
YEAR:
- day of the week;
=0
00:00
00
00
00
day of week:
(ex.) Tuesday
use the three pairs of parameters (Start FN and End FN) to
establish three time bands during which the machine will apply
“happy prices” (see 09.01.c.);
START FN:
00:00
END FN:
00:00
for each day of the week you can establish a time band during
which the machine will accept no selection and reduce the water
temperature of the boiler;
SWITCHING ON:
xxxxx
00:00
to count the energy consumption of the machine;
Kilowatt hours:
the machine will perform a wash cycle at the time you have
specified provided that it has performed at least five dispensing
cycles after the last cycle;
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00:00
0.0
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09.01.m. out of service
09.01.n. product qty
to display the recording of the twenty errors last occurred in the
machine; press key “2” to scroll the records and key “4” to reset
the recording (see 11.);
each product motor can be assigned a time credit in seconds that
will be decreased at each dispensing cycle of that product; after
having used up the credit, the machine will answer <<selection not
available>> whenever a request is made for that product; this
control is disabled at the beginning and the machine has got no
constraint; to programme the credit time of a product motor, set
the variable by pressing key “4” and “5”;
product qty N
[ 0.0]
170.0
after having reached the time quantity you wish, press key
“PROG”; the value will be copied between parentheses on the left
of the display;
programmable products from 1 to 6;
quit the programming mode as usual;
product qty
[170.0]
please note that the first warning threshold can be programmed; if
exceeded, the display will show an alarm message without
interfering with the operation of the machine;
prod. N warning
thresold:
17.0
after having used up the time credit, the operator may decide
whether to inhibit or not the dispensing cycle of the selections,
including that product;
an operator, which can not access the programming mode because,
for example, does not know the password, once the containers
loaded with the appropriate products may can set all the values
products decounters at their original values; to do this, he has only
to keep pressed button “PROG” for about 10-15 seconds until the
display shows:
09.01.o. maintenance
N
170.0
enable stop prod. N
1=stop
0
SET PRODUCT
=====OK=====
in this ensemble of parameters, key “2”, you can set up some
counters to trigger an alarm after a programmable number of
events (press “4” and “5” to set up and PROG to store):
- dispensing cycles before having to replace the cartridge of the
external filter, if any; as soon as 500 dispensing cycles are left,
the display will show “change water filter” and as soon as the
decounter has reached 0, it will display “out of service water
filter”, thus inhibiting the operation of the machine;
09.01.p. rfid card
n. N off NN
hh:mm dd-mm-yyyy
water filter cnt
[ 00]
00
- espresso dispensing cycles before having to service the coffee
brewer (see 12.02.); as soon as 5 dispensing cycles are left, the
display will show “make brewer cleaning” and as soon as the
decounter has reached 0, it will display “out of service cleaning
brewer”, thus inhibiting the operation of the machine;
dec. cof. brewer
[ 00]
00
- espresso dispensing cycles before having to empty the grounds
container (see 13.02.); as soon as the decounter has reached 5,
it will display the message “remove coffee grounds” until the
decounter has reached 0, thus inhibiting the operation of the
machine and the display will show “out of service coffee
grounds”;
dec. cof. grounds
[ 00]
00
max credit card
- the maximum credit you can load from the RFID card;
- 0 for each coin (from A to J) that can be accepted when the RFID
card is available;
- 0 for each coin (from A to J) that can be accepted when the RFID
card is not available;
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A
N
with card 0=acc.
coin
A
N
no card 0=acc.
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09.01.q. tuning motors
09.01.r. machine id.
with respect to the setup in 09.01.a:
- only in the I machines, the rotation speed of the boiler pumps
can be changed (keys “4” and “5”) by +/- 30 %; the change
concerns all the activations of the pumps for all selections; (see
also 13.15.);
tuning pump N
percent
+00 %
- the rotation time of every single product motor can be changed
(key “4” and “5”) by +/- 30%; the change concerns all the
activations of the product motors for all selections;
tuning motor N
percent
+00 %
identification codes for data acquisition in EVA DTS:
code ID 101
00
- machine number;
code ID 104
- location number;
00
- machine configuration;
code ID 106
- address for the connection with the DDCMP protocol;
address VIDTS
09.02. “data”
choose the option “data” to enable the display to show the data of
the dispensing cycles you have performed in succession, just as in
09.01.h.;
09.03. “free”
to dispense selections on a free basis; the selections made in this
mode are counted separately (09.01.h.);
09.04. “clean”
choose this option and press “1”, “2”, “3” or “4” to enable the
vending machine to dispense a pre-fixed water quantity to wash
the corresponding circuit (see 08.03.);
the display shows:
in the E machine, a special wash cycle is intended to sanitise the
coffee brewer by using specific cleaning products in tabs; access
the programming mode when the door is open and the machine on
(use the service key); after having chosen “4” and pressed “8”, the
display shows:
attention
00
00
TEST VEND
cleaning
sel. 1-2-3-4 8=hc
cleaning
N
Heath cleaning
Brewer P1=START
the vending machine is supplied and running to all effects; the
mobile parts of the coffee brewer will be handled; act extremely
carefully;
after having positioned the cup beneath the dispensing nozzles, put
a tab in the coffee brewer chamber; press “1” and wait for the
wash cycle to automatically come to an end;
a special wash cycle is installed on some versions, including various
separate steps that can be carried out by following the display
instructions, such as for example:
put pastille and
push
P4=START
P3 to continue
rising
cleaning brewer
N/N
09.05. “maintenance”
to carry out the same functions as those described by point
09.01.o.;
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09.06. data support
the values of the variables composing the machine programming
(configuration) can be transferred to an external support, i.e. the
flash key; to transfer the machine parameters to the key:
- power off the machine;
- open the door;
- insert the flash key into the orange carter slot
05.14. and 05.36.c);
- power on the machine with the service key (see 05.12.);
- the display shows:
(see
1 from key to VMC
2 from VMC to key
- press “2”;
- and wait for the display to show:
END PROGRAMMING
wait ………
- power off the machine and remove the flash key;
now, the flash key contains all the parameters typical of the
machine from which they have been fetched. If you wish to
programme another vending machine with these data, the previous
procedure can be repeated by pressing key “1” instead of “2”: the
information will be transferred from the flash key to the vending
machine; both procedures will not alter the data contained in the
supports from which they have been fetched;
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09.07. programming diagram
1. PROG
1
button n
functioning
programming total
coffee water exp
programming partial
coffee sequence
inhibited
product n
preselection
start delay product n
cold
breaks number
grinder time
prices
price n
happy price
happy price n
coins
coins n
prebrewing
pr.LM see details 04.04
water time n
start delay water n
water flow
mixer N
temperature
temperature
start delay mixer n
definition first coffee
mixer speed n
heating time
jug n
selection name
miscellaneous
machine code a
machine code b
message number
coin mech par sing vend
decaffeinated
message
coin mech par mult vend
barley
canister
coin mech executive
extra milk
ev-mixer
coin mech price holding
espresso
price
coin mech mdb
no sugar
enab. presel.
access code
extra sugar
fan time
big cup
beep time
sugar
deinstallation
decimal number
long
position brewer
language
jug
summer time
type grinder
n selection bingo
display color
price with card
first installation
free vend enable
diagnostics
sales audit
total selections
partial cash
enable display temp.
part selections
n tot sel cash
voltage
total money
n parz sel cash
part. money
total cash box
total tests
partial cash box
total sel card
partial tests
total loaded on
part sel card
total free
part loaded on
total sel
partial free
total unloaded
total sel happy
total cash
part unloaded
totale sel free
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09.07. programming diagram
mdb
clock
hour
ejection tubes
day
escrow enable
month
credit max
year
rest max
day of week
sell type
start fn
token value
end fn
coin rest
switching on
coin no rest
switching off
bill validator
kilowatt hours
mdb tubes value
cleaning
out of service
n. NN o ff NN dd mm yy
product qty
product qty n
prod. n warning
maintenance
water filter cnt
abil stop prod. N
dec cof brewer
dec cof grounds
rfid card
max credit card
coin n card
tuning motors
tuning pump n
coin n no card
tuning motor n
id machine
code id 101
code id 104
2. DATA
2
sales audit
code id 106
address vidts
3. FREE
3
free vend
4. C LEAN
4
cleaning
test vend
cleaning n
healt cleaning
5. MAINT.
5
maintenance
water filter cnt
dec cof brewer
dec cof grounds
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10.
parameters
the following tables are intended to supply some information on the
programmable parameters of the Cino XS grande software; if not
otherwise specified, the numeric time values of devices are
understood in tenths of a second (e.g. 27 corresponds to 2 seconds
and 7 tenths);
10.01. configuration
the generic parameters intended to dispense the drinks with the
different possible products are supplied here below, just by way of
example; these values enable the operator to program the
selections of reference and they can be used to obtain some
functional dispensing cycles even if it may be necessary to make
some slight changes to appeal to the users;
see 04.02.
water exp.
45
02. coffee
prod. 6
water 2
mixer 2
10
40
60
03. milk
prod. 4
water 1
mixer 1
35
110
115
04. cappuccino
05. chocolate
06. tea
07. tea with milk
water exp.
prod. 4
water 1
mixer 1
65
25
50
60
product canisters
delay water 2
delay mixer 2
15
20
delay prod. 4
10
delay mixer 1
5
delay prod. 4
10
delay mixer 1
5
prod. 3
water 1
mixer 1
45
120
135
delay prod. 3
15
delay mixer 1
5
prod. 6
water 2
mixer 2
35
120
135
delay prod. 6
15
delay mixer 2
5
prod. 4
prod. 6
water 1
mixer 1
water 2
mixer 2
12
35
50
65
70
85
delay prod. 4
delay prod. 6
12
70
delay mixer 1
delay water 2
delay mixer 2
5
60
65
P4
water 1
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tea
P6
water 2

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P4
P6
P6
MILK
CHOCOLATE
COFFEE BEANS
P3
chocolate
milk
coffee
COFFEE / TEA
01. espresso
mixer 1
mixer 2
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10.02. limits
the table is intended to list the minimum and maximum values you
can assign to programmable variables;
m.u.
from
to
n.
0
250
0 = no espresso;
product
sec.
0
20
0 = no product;
product start delay
sec.
0
20
0 = no delay;
n.
0
2
0 = no pause;
water time
sec.
0
20
0 = no water;
water start delay
sec.
0
20
0 = no delay;
exp coffee water
number of product pauses
water flow



low, medium, high
mixer
sec.
0
20
0 = no mixer;
mixer start delay
sec.
0
20
0 = no delay;
mixer speed



low, medium, high
temperature pressure boiler
°C
0
105
temperature boiler
°C
0
95
first coffee temperature
°C
0
105
first coffee time
min.
0
20
product decounter
sec.
0
6.000
n.
0
65.535
machine code A e B
message number
n.
0
7
fan delay
min.
0
180
beep time
sec.
0
1,5
number of decimals
n.
0
3
coin A ÷ J
n.
0
65.000
0 = no limit;
prices 1 ÷ 10
n.
0
65.000
tuning pump



+/- 30%
tuning motor



+/- 30%
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11.
solution of problems
some malfunctions produce an error message on the display; some
general information is supplied here below for these messages;
error
actions/comments
error
OFF 2
check the connection between the machine and the payment
system; check the supply, programming (see 09.01.f.) and
operation of the payment system; it can display OFF 2 E
(executive) or OFF 2 M (MDB);
no communication
between the machine
and the payment
system
OFF 3
power off the machine and empty the drip tray (see 13.01.);
drip tray full
OFF 5
EAROM of the
(see 05.36.a.);
CPU
board
failed;
replace
the
CPU
board
no data storage
OFF 6
o OFF 6A
water inlet solenoid valve in safety status (waste water from the
boiler overflow) or non operating; the internal filter net clogged;
water not supplied by the network, water supply flow rate not
adequate; supply water circuit throttled or clogged; it may
physiologically occur at the first power on when the boiler that is
completely empty will require more time than usual to fill;
(see 05.11.);
filling time for the
boiler or the air break
too long
OFF 6B
there is a control connecting water reloads with the drinks you
have dispensed; if some water reloads occur without dispensing
any drink, this will produce the 6B error; make sure there is no
leakage in the water circuit;
water reloads without
dispensing any drink
OFF 7
there is a maximum operation time of the brewing pump, at the
expiry of which error 7 is produced; check the efficiency of the
water circuit: volumetric counter, pump, three-way solenoid valve,
…; brewing chamber as well as upper and lower filter of the coffee
brewer; the quantity and grinding degree of coffee shall cause the
machine to brew for about 10/15 seconds;
espresso brewing time
too long
(E machines)
OFF 8
electrically and mechanically check the switch controlling the coffee
brewer rotation, the control cam, the unit rotation motor and its
crank;
false position of the
coffee brewer
(E machines)
OFF 8A
make sure that the coffee brewer has properly positioned (against
the support wall); check the operation of the micro switch operated
by the presence of the unit;
no coffee brewer
(E machines)
OFF 8B
an electric sensor informs the CPU that there is the water supply
tube of the coffee brewer; if this tube is not properly connected,
the machine will lock in "OFF 8B"; check the presence of the tube
in the water connector and the operation of the sensor switch;
presence of the water
inlet tube
(E machines)
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OFF 9
there is a control for the maximum grinding time; after this
threshold has been exceeded, error 9 is produced; no coffee,
hopper orange blade closed; wear, grinders excessively closed;
(mechanic and electric) doser switch not operating);
grinding time too long
(E machines)
OFF 10
the values written in the EAROM are not compatible with the
operation of the machine or deleted; reload them; replace the CPU
board CPU; (see 05.36.a.);
loss of programming
data
OFF 14
there is a control causing the machine to reload water after a welldefined number of dispensing cycles; otherwise, error 14 is
produced; make sure that the water supply from the outside is
correct (see 03.03.) and that the water circuit of the machine is
orderly (tubes, gaskets, …);
no water reload
check the display board (see 05.36.b.);
display board
OFF 17
a key of the selection keyboard is not operating (short-circuited); it
may also occur if an operator should operate it for too long while
programming the machine (keys 4 and 5 to increase and decrease
the quantities); (see 05.02. e 09.01.a.);
selection keyboard out
of order
OFF 24A
the 24 V dc power supply should exceed the limit value; replace
the CPU board (see 05.36.a.);
24 V dc power supply
excessive
OFF 24B
after al long inactivity, if this error happens, could be enough to
switch off and switch on the machine; if the power failure persists,
pay attention to the cause: a 24 V actuator could be faulty (mixer
or product motor, water inlet electrovalve, …); check the alternate
power supply at the board input; the voltage regulator might be
faulty; replace the CPU board (see 05.36.a.);
24 V dc power supply
inadequate or lacking
OFF 31A
the pressure boiler temperature has exceeded the one you have
programmed (see 09.01.e.); replace the temperature probe; the
device of the CPU board is not working according to control;
replace the CPU board;
water temperature
high (E machines)
OFF 31B
temperature safety devices tripped (clicsons, thermofuses, …);
restore or replace them; heating element not supplied or not
operating; check the connections and continuity of the heating
element; if necessary, replace it;
water temperature low
(E machines)
OFF 31C
temperature probe interrupted; connector to the board, wiring;
make sure that the cable between the probe and the CPU board is
not interrupted or replace the probe;
temperature probe
(E machines)
OFF 33A, B, C
they have the same meaning of errors 31A, B e C, but referred to I
machines;
(I machines)
check the USB connection cable between the two boards;
communication
between the CPU and
the control board of
the unit (E machines)
OFF 16
OFF 51
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12.
maintenance
the Cino XS grande vending machine requires no special
maintenance procedure to do its job; however, if you provide for
careful and frequent cleaning, this may help the machine keep its
performance constant, prevent failures and ensure the high quality
of dispensed drinks; the frequency of cleaning operations largely
depends upon the number of dispensing cycles and the hardness of
water in use (use a softener system) and it shall be adjusted to the
working conditions of the vending machine;
the actions described are intended to prevent the bacterial growth
in the machine areas directly in contact with foodstuffs and to keep
the parts conveying drink-composing products clean; after having
disassembled the parts of the machine listed here below, use
plenty of lukewarm water to remove any residue that might build
up;
the support of a bacterial static or bactericidal solution may
strengthen a deep cleaning action, provided it is compatible with
human health and the supply of foodstuffs; reassemble all the
parts you have cleaned after having dried them by means of a
clean piece of cloth;
refer to the content of the Internet address:
http://ec.europa.eu/food/food/biosafety/
hygienelegislation/index_en.htm
this site is intended to supply the European Parliament
recommendations for properly and safely processing foodstuffs;
consult also:
http://eur-lex.europa.eu//
regulation 2004/852/EC of 29/04/2004
before accessing the machine for each maintenance operation, it is
recommended to warn the users by means of boards properly
positioned that it is forbidden to approach the vending machine
and to use it;
attention
never wash the machine by using water jets;
wash hands thoroughly with water and soap before
handling the machine and the products;
only use potable water;
all components must only be cleaned with warm running
water;
the drip tray, the mixers and the soluble canisters can be
cleaned in a dish washer using a short washer cycle with a
temperature not exceeding the 50 °C;
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power off the machine; detach the power supply cable and
carefully make sure that there is no sign of wear; carefully check
the stability and efficiency of the internal connections of the mains
supply;
external body
A
use a non-abrasive piece of cloth after having dampened it with
lukewarm water; only if necessary, use a neutral, non-foamy,
detergent;
attention
use neutral detergent products only; never use abrasive cloths,
steel sponges, aggressive or foamy detergents and other solvents,
hot water and acids;
cups station
extract the drip tray, remove the upper grilled cover and wash
them abundantly with water “A”; clean the seat of the drip tray and
the nozzles holder spout “B”;
product slides
remove them from the product containers, wash them abundantly
with lukewarm water (product slides are bayonet-fastened) “C”;
dispensing system
turn the fastening small levers of the mixing bowls “D” clockwise,
remove the dispensing nozzles “B”, pull the mixing bowl and the
powder suction ring; wash the assembly of disassembled parts
abundantly with lukewarm water;
walls and bottom of the
machine
remove any trace of residue from the internal surfaces of the
machine and clean by using a damp piece of cloth;
internal wall of the door
remove any trace of residue from the surfaces inside the door,
above all in the proximity of the cup station;
B
C
D
12.02. monthly
environmental and
powder aspirators
carefully make sure that the motors of the two aspirators can freely
rotate and have no obstacles or obstructions;
make sure that the corrugated tube connecting the powder
aspirator and the aspiration drawer is clean and free of any product
deposit “E”;
products canister
close the slides, remove the canisters from the machine, clean
them externally; clean the support surface carefully to remove any
trace of product;
in E machines
coffee brewer
clean and wash the whole coffee brewer by using running water; to
check, clean or replace filters and gaskets after having
disassembled the unit from the machine (see 13.05.):
E
F
- unscrew the two lock screws from the setting plates “F”;
- rotate the upper piston to access the gasket as well as the upper
and lower filters “G”;
G
- check the upper and lower piston gaskets;
- clean the upper and lower filters;
- grease the lower filter stem by using silicone-based grease for
foodstuffs “H”;
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12.03. yearly
dispensing system
replace the gasket at the base of the mixing bowl of the mixer;
remove the mixer motor fan by pulling it; replace the gasket of the
mixer motor shaft “I”;
products canister
disassemble the products canister from the machine; empty them,
disassemble them in their basic components and wash them
carefully “L”;
powder aspirator drawer
disassemble the mixing bowls; pull out the extraction drawers “M”;
wash them with plenty of lukewarm water;
boiler
empty the boiler by means of a drain pipe; extract it from the
machine, remove the cover and wash the tank by removing any
solid residue that may have built up at the bottom;
remove any calcareous deposit from active elements: temperature
probe, heating element, level probes, the shafts of rotary
pumps, …;
silicone tubes
make sure that the water transport tubes are intact and that they
have kept their transparency, replace them, if necessary;
in E machines
coffee brewer
pressure boiler
12.04. out of order
I
L
M
- replace the upper and lower pistons gasket;
- replace upper and lower filters;
- check the status of the brewing chamber;
disassemble the pressure boiler; separate the pressure boiler from
the solenoid valves block and check the seal o-ring; clean the
instant and espresso outlet water circuits; check the third way of
the espresso valve drain by removing any trace of residue; empty
and clean the air break tank;
if the vending machine should be inactive for a long period, please
act as follows:
temporary
definitive
-
in E machines, perform the uninstall cycle (see 09.01.f.);
in I machines, set the boiler water temperature to zero;
detach the water and energy supply;
in I machines, empty the boiler;
empty the liquid waste tray and the internal water tank;
empty and clean the product canisters;
clean the internal and external surfaces by using a wet piece of
cloth;
- cover the machine by means of a cloth;
- store it in a sheltered place, at a temperature not below 5 °C, at
a relative humidity not above 80%;
if you should definitively set the vending machine out of
commission and provide for the disposal of some parts thereof,
after having carried out the operations above, disassemble the
vending machine by separating every single component and
subdividing the parts according to the nature of materials; the
applied symbol means that the components of the vending machine
shall be not processed as home rubbish, but delivered to the
collection points capable of recycling electric and electronic
equipment; refer to the 2002/96/EC Directive and to the relative
rules;
the complete text of the European directive about this specific
subject-matter is made available on the Internet site:
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directive 2002/96/EC of 27/01/2003
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13.
how to do to:
13.01. empty the drip
tray
the drip tray is arranged in its work seat and retained by the
notches in the structure; pull to remove it;
see 05.06.
13.02. empty the
grounds container
after having opened the door and removed the drip tray, pull the
right side of the drawer forward and remove it; observe the
position of the water inlet tube of the unit;
see 05.18.
13.03. remove the coffee
hopper
insert the orange closing baffle to the bottom and lift the coffee
hopper;
see 05.21.
13.04. remove the
instant canister
rotate the dispensing slide closure and pull the canister by lifting it
slightly; to reassemble it, insert the rear bush into the motor gear
and the lower pin into the horizontal surface hole; disassemble the
product slides from the canisters by turning them counter
clockwise;
see 05.21.
13.05. remove the coffee
brewer
when the machine is open, after having removed the drip tray and
the grounds drawer, unscrew the water inlet ring nut (made of
white plastics, knurled, at the bottom) and the upper connection
(black knob, upper part of the unit); lift the lock lever; pull the
upper part of the unit;
see 05.16.
13.06. regulate the
grinding degree
in the machines with the volumetric doser, turn the knurled white
knob (clockwise for finer grinding);
in the timing doser machines, move the grinder lever (toward the
back of the machine for a finer degree);
the effect produced by the regulation is manifest in the drink after
three or four dispensing cycles; the grinding degree shall cause the
machine to brew for about 15 seconds;
see 05.17.
13.07. regulate the
ground dose
in the machines with the volumetric doser, shift the doser sector
(vertically to increase the ground dose) (see 05.17.);
in the timing doser machine see 05.17. and 09.01.;
the effect produced by the regulation is manifest in the drink after
three or four dispensing cycles; the coffee dose shall cause the
machine to brew for about 15 seconds;
13.08. remove water
arrange a bucket beneath the support surface of the machine; after
having removed the back panel of the machine, remove the plug
intended to close the boiler drain tube and make sure it is emptied
(I machine); activate the “uninstall” cycle (E machine), (see
09.01.f.);
see 05.10.
13.09. replace the o-ring
of mixing bowls
remove the silicone tubes intended to dispense the product; turn
the orange ring nut clockwise; pull the mixing bowl body and
extract the mixer fan; you can now access the w-ring of the motor
shaft; the water inlet gaskets of the mixing bowl and the mixing
bowl gaskets;
see 05.23.
13.10. replace the mixer
motor
remove the silicone tubes intended to dispense the product; turn
the orange ring nut clockwise and pull the mixing bowl body;
unscrew the crosshead screw and extract the motor; the power
supply wires can be removed without any tool;
see 05.25.
13.11. replace the
product motor
remove the product canister; access the rear part of the machine;
extract the two small electric cables from the motor, hold the body,
push it to the bottom to release it from the bayonet connection of
the structure; the power supply wires can be removed without any
tool (observe the polarities);
see 05.22.
13.12. insert labels
open the door and remove the orange carter; extract the two
electric connectors of the keyboards; release the four holders from
the front panel by removing the four safety clips; insert the labels
into the pockets by observing the machine configuration;
see 05.15.
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13.13. determine water
and product times
the times specified by table 10.01. can be referred to as the times
functional for the machine and the products to be dispensed;
however, they can be adapted to the capacity of the user’s cups
(by changing “time water N”) and its tastes (by changing “product
N”); please, never forget to make sure that the dispensing time of
the instant product is always lower than the one of corresponding
water;
see 09.01.a.
13.14. programme delays
(if accepted) dispensing starts as soon as the user presses a
selection key; the order in which instant products are poured into
the cup depends upon the values of delays (e.g. the one, the delay
value of which is zero, will be dispensed before the one, the value
of which is 40, dispensed four seconds after the user has pressed
the selection key); pay special attention when programming the
delays in dispensing a product and the water diluting it in the
mixing bowl; except for the instant coffee product, for which just
the opposite is applicable, it is recommended to dispense water
before the product to enable the latter to drop on the water film
already present in the mixing bowl for a better mix; espresso is
dispensed before and after any instant product by programming
the variable “coffee sequence”;
see 09.01.a.
13.15. tune the water
flow for instant products
regulation is admitted for boiler pumps (see 05.34. and 05.35.)
within the +/-30% maximum limits only when the programmed
water flow is “average”; when it is “low”, it can be only increased
(max. by 30%) whereas – when it is “high” - the flow can be only
reduced (max. 30%);
see 09.01.q.
13.16. regulate the speed
of mixers
the rotation speed of the motors of product mixers can be adjusted
between 15,000 r.p.m. and 5,000 r.p.m.; the drink quality of
instant products depends a lot upon the action of the fans of
mixers: instant chocolate generally requires a long mixing time at
the maximum speed for dissolution in water whereas instant tea
shall not be mixed to get a drink quality without any bubble on the
surface;
see 09.01.a.
13.17. choose the
quantity of break
numbers
if instant products can be hardly dissolved in water, it may be of
use to stop the product dispensing cycle from the product canister
for a short time; the water flowing into the mixing bowl will have
the time necessary to remove any product build-up;
see 09.01.f.
13.18. determine the
suction fan time
to remove the residual powder of instant products from inside the
machine, it is recommended to use the value in minutes you have
already programmed (three); if you should use particularly volatile
products, increase the time to five (and more) minutes;
13.19. time tests
to check the rotation time of a product motor and a mixer fan or
the activation time of a solenoid valve during the programming
phase, when the display shows “PRODUCT N” or “WATER N time”
or “MIXER N”, press the “PROG” key: the device will be activated
for the programmed time;
13.20. install a payment
system
there is a kit including all the parts necessary to install a payment
system in Cino XS grande; after having installed the components
of this kit, refer to the above to programme the system
functionality;
see 09.01.a
Rheavendors Services S.p.A. is at disposal for any kind of support
and information on the installation of payment systems; (see
02.03.);
13.21. return some
material under guarantee
if you should return any material under guarantee that is either
defective or not in compliance with your requirements, fill in the
form “MOD. PO 19.01/2B Materials under guarantee –
Authorisation to return” and send it to the fax number above to
apply for authorisation; only after having received the authorisation
form signed and numbered, you are permitted to send the goods at
your expenses to the address specified by the form;
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E3
3
T3
T1
MP
4
column
6
7
7
7
7
6
7
BP
symbol
GC
M1
M2
ER
VRG
IN9
IFC
5
EX
EX
name
coffee unit
mixer 1
mixer 2
nozzle support
drip tray
90° joint
short insert
CA
CA
tel: 0039 02 966 551
fax: 0039 02 96 55 086
e mail: rheavendors@rheavendors.com
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name
non return valve
by pass
pressure boiler
three-way valve
soluble solenoid valve 1
soluble solenoid valve 2
soluble solenoid valve 3
T1
NR
BP
T6
MAN2100105 rel. 02 dated 31.08.2012
CV
column
4
4
5
5
5
5
5
T1
CV
T1
MP
NR
5
T3
name
water inlet solenoid valve
water inlet valve
water internal tank
air break
water filter
volumetric counter
pump ex 5
2
FA
T3
T1
4
T6
symbol
EVA
VIA
SA
AB
FA
CV
MP
AB
FA
T1
3
T5
column
1
1
1
2
2
3
4
VIA
2
GC
GC
T3
T2
T3
T2
6
ER
VRG
7
VRG
T3
IFC
M2
name
silicone hose 05/08T
silicone hose 06/09T
silicone hose 06/11T
silicone hose 07/11T
ptfe hose 02/04T
ptfe hose 04/06T
silicone hose 04/06T
ER
T3
M1
T3
M1
7
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IN9
T2
symbol
T1
T2
T3
T4
T5
T6
T7
IN9
column
/
/
/
/
/
/
/
T2
T2
6
T7
L
E
G
E
N
D
1
SA
EVA
AB
T4
A
R
1
T3
14. espresso hydraulic diagram
E1 E2 E3
E1 E2
Cino XS grande by
T3
T3
T7
T5
IFC
L
E
G
E
N
D
column
2
3
2
3
3
3
3
A
R
name
water
water
water
boiler
boiler
boiler
boiler
SA
3
VIA
3
T2
P3 P2 P1
column
3
5
5
5
4
4
4
symbol
P4
M1
M2
M3
ER
VRG
IN9
4
IN9
T2
IN9
T2
4
T2
ER
ER
T2
T2
T2
name
boiler pump 4
mixer 1
mixer 2
mixer 3
nozzle support
drip tray
90° joint
ERER
T2
T2
M1
VRG
VRG
T2
T2
M1
5
M2
M2
M3
symbol
IFC
T1
T2
T4
T8
T2
column
6
/
/
/
/
T2
5
tel: 0039 02 966 551
fax: 0039 02 96 55 086
e mail: rheavendors@rheavendors.com
exclusive property of rheavendors group
BO
T4
BO
www.rheavendors.com
pump 1
pump 2
pump 3
T2
P4 P3 P2 P1
inlet solenoid valve
inlet valve
internal tank
EVA
T4
T4
symbol
EVA
VIA
SA
BO
P1
P2
P3
2
2
T8
MAN2100105 rel. 02 dated 31.08.2012
1
1
15. instant hydraulic diagram
T1
Cino XS grande by
T8
T4
T8
6
05/08T
06/09T
07/11T
10/14T
7
7
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name
short insert
silicone hose
silicone hose
silicone hose
silicone hose
IFC
IFC
6
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