R 5 Plus • R 5 V.V. • R 6 • R 6 V.V. SUMMARY WARRANTY IMPORTANT WARNING INTRODUCTION TO YOUR NEW R 5 Plus • R 5 V.V. • R 6 • R 6 V.V. MAINTENANCE • Blade • Motor seal TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS TABLE-TOP CUTTER MIXER • Weight SWITCHING THE MACHINE ON • Dimensions • Advices on electrical connections • Working height • Control panel • Noise level ASSEMBLY USES AND EXAMPLES OPTIONS • Electrical data SAFETY STANDARDS CLEANING • Motor base TECHNICAL DATA • Cutter • Exploded views • Blade • Electric diagram 13 ROBOT-COUPE S.N.C., LIMITED WARRANTY Your new ROBOT-COUPE appliance is warranted to the original buyer for a period of one year from the date of sale if you bought it from ROBOT-COUPE S.N.C. If you bought your ROBOT-COUPE product from a distributor your product is covered by your distributor’s warranty (Please check with your distributor terms and conditions of the warranty). The ROBOT-COUPE S.N.C. limited warranty is against defects in material and/or workmanship. 2 - Labour to sharpen and/ or replacements for blades which have become blunt, chipped or worn after a normal or excessive period of use. 3 - Materials or labour to replace or repair scratched, stained, chipped, pitted, dented or discoloured surfaces, blades, knives, attachments or accessories. 1 - Damage caused by abuse, misuse, dropping, or other similar damage caused by or resulting from failure to follow assembly, operating, cleaning, user maintenance or storage instructions. 14 SHIPPING DAMAGES. Visible and latent defects are the responsibility of the freight carrier. The consignee must inform the carrier and consignor immediately, or upon discovery in the case of latent defects. KEEP ALL ORIGINAL CONTAINERS AND PACKING MATERIALS FOR CARRIER INSPECTION. 4 - Any alteration, addition or repair that has not been carried out by the company or an approved service agency. 5 - Transportation of the appliance to or from an approved service agency. THE FOLLOWING ARE NOT COVERED BY THE ROBOT-COUPE S.N.C. WARRANTY: 8 - Neither ROBOT-COUPE S.N.C. nor its affiliated companies or any of its distributors, directors, agents, employees, or insurers will be liable for indirect damage, losses, or expenses linked to the appliance or the inability to use it. 6 - Labour charges to install or test new attachments or accessories (i.e., bowls, discs, blades, attachments) which have been arbitrarity replaced. 7 - The cost of changing direction-of-rotation of three-phase electric motors (Installer is responsible). The ROBOT-COUPE S . N . C . warranty is given expressly and in lieu of all other warranties, expressed or implied, for merchantability and for fitness toward a particular purpose and constitutes the only warranty made by ROBOT-COUPE S.N.C. France. RECOMMENDATIONS CONCERNING THE INSTALLATION OF VARIABLE-SPEED APPLIANCES AND PERSONAL SAFETY These recommendations apply to machines equipped with an induction motor and a single-phase wobbulator. NB : - The electrical circuit and the protective devices must comply with national regulations. - The machine must be wired in by a qualified electrician Protecting your appliance • Like all electronic devices, wobbulators include components that are sensitive to electrostatic discharges (ESDs). Before conducting any work on these wobbulators, technicians must therefore rid themselves of electrostatic charges. • The machine must be disconnected from the mains supply before any internal connection operations are carried out. • Repeatedly switching on the appliance will cause the wobbulator to overload and may result in its destruction. After the machine has been switched off, you must wait for 3 minutes before switching it back on again. • You must connect the machine to a 200-240 V / 50 or 60 Hz single-phase* alternating current supply with an earthed socket. A higher voltage will destroy the wobbulator. • Several variable-speed appliances are connected to the same GFCI. • The appliance produces a fault current that is above the GFCI’s actual trip threshold. • The earthed socket ensures operator safety. Circuit interrupters ensuring user safety Caution : As there are manufacturing tolerances, Ground fault circuit interrupters (GFCIs) intended for variable-speed appliances need to be selected with great care in order to ensure operator safety. GFCIs may be sensitive to alternating current (type AC), impulse current (type A) or all currents (type B). the actual trip threshold of a GFCI will be between 50% and 100% of its theoretical nominal threshold. Should a problem arise, measure the fault current and the GFCI’s actual trip threshold. Danger ! Wobbulators feature a bridge-connected rectifier of the mains supply voltage. For this reason, in the event of an ear th contact, a continuous fault current may fail to trip a differential circuit breaker that is only sensitive to alternating current (type AC). As the appliance has a single-phase* supply, it is therefore advisable to use a GFCI that is sensitive to impulse current (type A), identified by the following symbol : . You can begin by consulting the characteristics of your appliance in the table below : Appliance R 5 V.V. R 6 V.V. Conductor Mains supply Cross-section (mm2) 200 - 240V 50 oR 60 Hz single-phase 2,5 GFCI (Ph + N) Gauge (A) Threshold (mA) B20 ≥ 30 * Except for specific three-phase 200-240 V models sold in Japan. Caution : these GFCIs may go under different Wiring names, according to the manufacturer. • The appliance requires single-phase* current as far as the wobbulator, which turns the latter into variable-speed three-phase current to supply the motor. Appliances with wobbulators produce a fault current on the earth wire. This current may be sufficient to trip the differential circuit breaker unnecessarily. This may occur if : 15 IMPORTANT WARNING W A R N I N G KEEP THESE INSTRUCTIONS IN A SAFE PLACE WARNING: In order to limit accidents such as electric shocks, personal injury or fire, and in order to limit material damage due to misuse of the appliance, please read these instructions carefully and follow them strictly. Reading the operating instructions will help you get to know your appliance and enable you to use the equipment correctly. Please read these instructions in their entirety and make sure that anyone else who may use the mixer also reads them beforehand. UNPACKING ASSEMBLY PROCEDURES • Carefully remove the equipment from the packaging and take out all the boxes or packets containing attachments or specific items. • Follow the various assembly procedures carefully (see page 17) and make sure that all the attachments are correctly positioned. • WARNING - some of the tools are very sharp e.g. blade, discs... etc. INSTALLATION • We recommend you install your machine on a perfectly stable solid base. CONNECTION • Always check that your mains supply corresponds to that indicated on the rating plate on the motor unit and that it can take the amperage. • Do not open the lid until the motor has come to a complete stop. • Never tamper with the locking and safety systems. • Never put a hand object in the bowl while the machine is operating. • Never force the ingredients down with your hands. • Do not overload the machine. CLEANING HANDLING • As a precaution, always unplung your appliance before cleaning it. • Always clean the appliance and its attachments at the end of each cycle. • Never place the motor unit in water. • Always take care when handling the blades or discs - they are very sharp. • For parts made of aluminum alloys, use cleaning fluids suitable for aluminum. • The machine must be earthed. 16 USE • For plastic parts , do not use detergents that are too alkaline (i.e., containing too much caustic soda or ammonia...) • Robot-Coupe can in no way be held responsible for the user’s failure to follow the basic rules of cleaning and hygiene. MAINTENANCE • Before opening the motor housing, it is absolutely vital to unplung the appliance. • Check the seals and washers regularly and ensure that the safety devices are in good working order. • It is particularly important to maintain and check the attachments since certain ingredients contain corrosive agents e.g. citric acid. • Never operate the appliance if the power cord or plug has been damaged in any way or if the appliance fails to work properly or has been damaged in any way. • Do not hesitate to contact your local Maintenance Department if something appears to be wrong. INTRODUCTION TO YOUR NEW R 5 Plus • R 5 V.V. • R 6 • R 6 V.V. TABLE-TOP CUTTER MIXER The R 5 Plus, R 5 V.V., R 6 or R 6 V.V. is perfectly geared to professional needs. It can perform any number of tasks, which you will gradually discover as you use it. This machine can be used to process meat, vegetables, fine stuffing, mousse, grinding, kneading,... in less than 5 minutes for even the longest tasks. Its numerous functions will open the door to a whole new culinary world. Thanks to its simple design, all components requiring frequent handling for maintenance or cleaning can be fitted and removed in a trice. To make things easier for you, this manual gives a breakdown of all the various fitting operations. This manual contains impor tant information designed to help the user get the most out of his or her bowl cutter/vegetable preparation device. We therefore recommend that you read it carefully before using your machine. We have also included a few examples to help you get the feel of your new machine and appreciate its numerous advantages. SWITCHING ON THE MACHINE • ADVICE ON ELECTRICAL CONNNECTIONS Before plugging in, check that your power supply corresponds to that indicated on the machine’s identification plate. W A R N I N G This appliance must be plugged into an earthed socket (risk of electrocution). THREE PHASE R 5 Plus • R 6 The R5 Plus/R6 come with different types of motor : 230 x 400 V / 50 Hz / 3 400 V / 50 Hz / 3 220 V / 60 Hz / 3 380 V / 60 Hz / 3 This machine is supplied with a cable to which you simply attach the appropriate electrical plug or isolator for your system. The cable has four wires, one earth wire, plus three phases wires. If you have a 4-pin plug: 1) Connect the green and yellow earth wire to the earth pin. 2) Connect the three other wires to the remaining pins. If you have more than 4 pins in the plug, please note the ROBOT-COUPE does not require a neutral wire. Switch on the empty machine, making sure that the blade is rotating properly in an anti-clockwise direction. On the motor unit and on the lid a arrow marks the blade rotation directions. If the blade turns in a clockwise direction, swap over two wires. GREEN YELLOW is the earth, DO NOT DISCONNECT Swap either : • SINGLE PHASE R 5 Plus The R5 Plus is available with motor ratings : 230 V / 50 Hz / 1 220 V / 60 Hz / 1 The machine comes with a single phase plug connected to a power cord. • SINGLE PHASE R 5 V.V. • R 6 V.V. W A R N I N G Before plugging in, read carefully the recommandations relating to the machines installation on page 15. The R 6 V.V. is available with motor ratings + variabe speed : 230 V / 50-60 Hz / 1 The standardized plug must be calibrated to a minimum of 13 amps and preferably 20 amps, if the appliance is used intensively. • CONTROL PANEL Red switch = Off switch Green switch = On switch Black switch = Pulse control R 5 Plus / R 6: Speed selector = 1.500 or 3.000 rpm. R 5 V.V. / R 6 V.V.: Speed variation from 300 to 3.000 rpm. ASSEMBLY 1) With the motor base facing you, position the cutter bowl on the motor base. the 1 and the 2 the 1 and the 3 or the 2 and the 3 17 USES AND EXAMPLES 2) Turn the bowl to the right until it locks. The cutter will enable your to perform all your cutting tasks in minimum time; we recommend therefore, that you keep a close eye on the mixture in order to obtain the desired results. The pulse control allows you to stop and start the machine for high-precision control when working with certain types of ingredients. USES 3) Engage the blade on the motor shaft and lower it right to the bottom of the bowl. Make sure that it is correctly positioned, by rotating it in the bowl. R6 R5 Plus R5 V.V. R6 V.V. Suggested Processing Max. Max. speed time processing processing quantity quantity (in rpm) (in mn) (in kg) (in kg) USES R5 Plus R6 R5 V.V. R6 V.V. Suggested Processing Max. Max. speed time processing processing quantity quantity (in rpm) (in mn) (in kg) (in kg) 2 2 2 2,5 2,5 2,5 900/ 1500 900/ 1500 900/ 1500 1 1 1 1,5 1,5 1,5 900/ 1500 900/ 1500 900/ 1500 KNEAD Shortcrust pasty/Shortbread Flaky pastry Pizza dough GRIND Dried fruit Ice Breadcrumbs • MEAT Hamburger/steak tartare 1,5 2 1200/ 1500 3 Sausagemeat/tomatoes 2 2,5 1200/ 1500 3 2,5 2,5 1200/ 1500 3 The cutter version has numerous other applications. The above quantities and times are approximate and may vary according to the quality of the ingredients and recipes. OPTIONS • FISH Brandade 2,5 3 3000 5 Terrines 2,5 3 3000 5 • VEGETABLES Garlic/parsley/onion/shallots 0,5/1,0 0,5/1,5 1500/ 2000 3 Soup/purées 3000 3 2 3 2500/ 2 3 2500/ 3000 4 Mayonnaise/ailloli/rémoulade 3 3,5 2500/ 3000 4 Hollandaise/béarnaise 2 3 2500/ 3000 4 Snail or salmon butter 2 2,5 2500/ 3000 4 • FRUIT Compotes/purées EMULSIFY The device is now ready for use. The green light should therefore be illuminated. 18 4 4 4 CHOP Terrine/pâté 4) Place the lid on the bowl and rotate to the right until it clicks. 4 4 4 For the R 5 Plus and R 5 V.V. models, a serrated blade knife is available as an option. For the R 6 and R 6 V.V. models, serrated blades are available as an option. The serrated blades are recommended for grinding and kneading tasks. CLEANING In order to keep the motor completely watertight, it is advisable to check the motor seal regularly for wear and tear and replace if necessary. The motor seal can be easily replaced without having to remove the motor, so we strongly advise you to ensure that is in good condition. W A R N I N G As a precaution, always unplug your appliance before cleaning it (risk of electrocution). • MOTOR BASE TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS Never immerse the motor base in water. Clean using a damp cloth or sponge. • CUTTER After removing the lid, remove the bowl from the motor base by pushing the trigger fitted in the handle. Pull up to disengage, leaving the blade in the bowl in order to prevent any spillage when working with liquids. If the food has a solid consistency, remove the blade and empty the bowl. Replace the bowl, place the blade back on the shaft and switch on the machine in order to remove any mixture which may have stuck to the blade. If you wish, you can rinse the bowl by filling it with hot water and switching on for a few minutes. • BLADE The stainless steel blade of R 6 - R 6 V.V. is easy to dismantle and to clean. After cleaning the blade, always dry the blades well to prevent rusting. I M P O R T A N T Check that your detergent is suitable for cleaning plastic parts. Some washing agents are too alkaline (e.g. high levels of caustic soda or ammonia) and totally incompatible with certain types of plastic, causing them to deteriorate rapidly. Ensure power supply to machine is disconnected. 1 - Place blade dismantling tool over shaft onto motor base. 2 - Fit blade onto shaft ensuring it is correctly positioned. 3 - Insert bar into blade cap and turn anti-clockwise to dismantle . When re-assembling do not over tighten. A - Upper blade. B - Lower blade. MAINTENANCE • WEIGHT net weight 24 kg 25 kg 25 kg 26 kg R 5 Plus R 5 V.V. R6 R 6 V.V. gross weight 26 kg 27 kg 27 kg 28 kg • DIMENSIONS (in mm) R 5 Plus R 5 V.V. R6 R 6 V.V. A 480 480 520 520 B 350 350 350 350 C 280 280 280 280 D 265 265 265 265 • BLADE We strongly recommend that the blades (smooth ones) are sharpened daily using sharpening stone supplied with machine. The quality of the cut depends mainly on the sharpness of your blades and the degree of wear. The blades are actually wearing parts, which should be replaced occasionally to ensure consistent quality in the final product. • MOTOR SEAL The motor seal on the shaft should be lubricated regularly using a food safe lubricant. • WORKING HEIGHT We recommend that you position the food processor on a stable worktop so that the upper edge of the large feed hopper is at a height of between 1.20 m and 1.30 m. 19 • NOISE LEVEL R 6 three-phase machines The equivalent continuous sound level when the food processor is operating on no-load is less than 70 db (A). • ELECTRICAL DATA 230 x 400 V / 50 Hz R 5 Plus single-phase machine Speed (rpm) Motor Motor Power (watts) Intensity (amp.) 230 V / 50Hz 1500 900 16.0 220 V / 60 Hz 1500 900 16.0 400 V /50 Hz 220 V /60 Hz Motor Motor 230 x 400 V / 50 Hz 400 V /50 Hz 220 V /60 Hz Speed 2 (rpm) 1500 Power (watts) 3000 1500 3000 1800 3600 1200 750 2.7 1200 3.4 750 4.7 1200 6.5 R 5 V.V. single-phase machines Motor 230 V / 50-60 Hz 20 1500 Power (watts) 1300 230 V=4.4 400 V=2.5 230 V=7.0 400 V=4.0 800 2.7 1300 3.4 800 4.7 1300 6.5 800 3000 1500 3000 1800 3600 Intensity (amp.) Speed (rpm) Speed (rpm) Power (watts) Intensity (amp.) 300 to 3000 1300 12 All the models are fitted with a thermal cut-out which automatically stops the motor if the machine is left on for too long or overloaded. If this happens, allow the machine to cool completely before restarting. STANDARDS MACHINES IN COMPLIANCE WITH: • The following European directives and related national legislation: Power (watts) Intensity (amp.) Intensity (amp.) 230 V=4.4 400 V=2.5 230 V=7.0 400 V=4.0 750 Speed 2 (rpm) R 6 V.V. single-phase machines R 5 Plus three-phase machines Speed 1 (rpm) Speed 1 (rpm) In order to avoid splashing when processing liquid preparation, we recommend you stop the machine before opening the lid. - Modified "machinery" directive 98/37/EEC, - "Low voltage" directive 73/23/EEC, - "EMC" directive 89/336/EEC, 230 V / 50-60 Hz 300 to 3000 1500 13 SAFETY These models are fitted with a magnetic safety device and motor braking system. As soon as you open the lid of the cutter bowl or the vegetable attachment, the motor stops. To restart the machine, simply close the lid and press the green switch. W A R N I N G The blades are extremely sharp. Handle with care. - "Materials and parts in food contact" directive 89/109/EEC, - "Plastic materials and parts in food contact" directive 90/128/EEC. • The following European harmonized standards and standards setting out health and safety rules: - EN 292 - 1 and - 2, - EN 60204 -1 (1998), - For Food Processors and blenders : EN 12852. 12 R 5 A Plus TRI * voir tarif machines / See export price list 02/1998 a R 5 A Plus TRI 13 * voir tarif machines / See export price list 02/2000 MAJ : 02/2000 a 14 R 5 A Plus MONO * voir tarif machines / See export price list 03/1999 R 5 A Plus MONO 15 * voir tarif machines / See export price list 02/2000 MAJ : 02/2000 a 16 R 5 V.V. A * voir tarif machines / See export price list 03/1999 R 5 V.V. A 17 * voir tarif machines / See export price list 03/1999 R 5 V.V. A 02/2000 19 MAJ : 02/2000 a 20 R 6 A * voir tarif machines / See export price list 03/1999 R 6 A 21 * voir tarif machines / See export price list 02/2000 MAJ : 02/2000 a R 6 A 03/1999 23 24 R 6 V.V. A * voir tarif machines / See export price list 02/1998 R 6 V.V. A 25 * voir tarif machines / See export price list 02/1998 R 6 V.V. A 02/2000 27 MAJ : 02/2000 b 28 29 30 31 32 33 Administration Commerciale France & Agence de Service Après-Vente Export Department Service Après-Vente pour la Région Parisienne Tél. : 03 85 69 50 00 - Fax : 03 85 69 50 07 Tél. : 01 43 98 88 15 - Fax : 01 43 74 36 26 Tel. : + 33 1 43 98 88 33 - Fax : + 33 1 43 74 36 26 18, rue Clément Viénot - BP 157 12, avenue du Maréchal Leclerc - BP 134 13, rue Clément Viénot 71305 Montceau-en-Bourgogne Cedex 94305 Vincennes Cedex 94305 Vincennes Cedex - France http://www.robot-coupe.com - email : firstname.lastname@example.org email : email@example.com We reserve the right to alter at any time without notice the technical specifications of this appliance. © All rights reserved for all countries by: ROBOT-COUPE S.N.C. Réf. : 401 796 - 11/2005 - R 5 Plus • R 5 V.V. • R 6 • R 6 V.V. FABRIQUÉ EN FRANCE PAR ROBOT-COUPE S.N.C.
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