console CONTROLLER - Progressive International Electronics

console CONTROLLER - Progressive International Electronics
C2000
console CONTROLLER
User Reference Manual
and
Installation Guide
2422 Atlantic Avenue
Raleigh, North Carolina 27604
Phone 919 821-1323 • Fax 919 821-1325
www.pie-corp.com
© Copyright 2001
Progressive International Electronics
C2000
console CONTROLLER
User Reference Manual
and
Installation Guide
© Copyright 2001
Progressive International Electronics
2422 Atlantic Avenue
Raleigh, North Carolina 27604
Phone 919 821-1323 • Fax 919 821-1325
www.pie-corp.com
Copyright © 2001 Progressive International Electronics, Inc.
All rights reserved. No part of this publication may be reproduced, stored in a
retrieval system or transmitted, in any form or by any means, electronic,
mechanical, photocopying, recording, or otherwise, without the prior written
permission of Progressive International Electronics, Inc.
Printed in U.S.A.
C2000
CONTENTS
GENERAL INFORMATION & WARRANTY . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1
General Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1
C2000 Manufacturer's Warranty . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
OPERATION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
Introduction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
Display and Status Indicators . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
Sales . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
Select Functions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
PROGRAM & REPORT . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Introduction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
PIN Code Access . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Manager Access . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Operator Access . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Mode Descriptions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Mode 1 — Pump Setup Information . . . . . . .
Mode 2 — Product Information . . . . . . . . . .
Mode 3 — Beeper Settings . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Mode 4 — Clock/Calendar . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Mode 5 — Serial Port . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Mode 6 — Peripheral Devices . . . . . . . . . . .
Mode 7 — Print Header . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Mode 10 — Read Reports . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Mode 11 — Print Reports . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Mode 12 — Clear Resettable Totals . . . . . . .
Mode 97 — Program Operator PIN Code . .
Mode 98 — Program Manager PIN Code . . .
Mode 99 — Console Diagnostics . . . . . . . . .
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INSTALLATION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Introduction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
General Installation Guidelines . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Installation Warnings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Gilbarco Electronic Fuel Pumps . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Tokheim Electronic Fuel Pumps . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Kraus Micon 100 Electronic Fuel Pumps . . . . . . . . .
Wayne/Dresser Electronic Fuel Pumps . . . . . . . . . . .
Bennett Electronic Fuel Pumps . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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C2000
General Information & Warranty
GENERAL INFORMATION & WARRANTY
General Information
The C2000 is an economical, full-featured console designed to
provide control of up to 16 fueling positions. While most consoles
can only control one type of fuel dispenser, the C2000 may be
configured to run all major brand electronic and mechanical
dispensers. This is accomplished through the use of configurator
boxes that contain the unique circuitry required to interface to each
individual dispenser.
Figure 1: C2000 Installation
Your C2000 provides full features, yet is very simple to install and
operate. Due to meticulous design of the keyboard and display
layout, keystrokes are kept to a minimum during programming
setup and normal operation modes.
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C2000
General Information & Warranty
Standard features provided by the C2000 for efficient control of
your fueling dispensers include:
C Full featured console which includes prepay/postpay, preset,
drive-away alerts, stacked sale, cash/credit operation.
C Management features including dispenser, shift and station
totals, management security, prices programmed by product.
C Easy to read LCD display.
C Register style keyswitch for efficient operator entry.
C Controls up to 16 fueling positions — including all major
electronic dispensers and new blending pumps.
C Audible alerts for call, drive-away and collect.
C Battery backed memory to retain data in the event of power
outage.
C Built-in hardware clock to time stamp all reports.
C Compact size allowing convenient counter-top positioning
while utilizing a minimum amount of valuable counter space
— or may be bracket mounted.
C Standard printer interface for use with most low-cost printers.
C Ease of installation — console wires directly into dispenser
distribution boxes.
Prior to installation or operation of the C2000, please review each
section of this manual to familiarize yourself with the system.
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C2000
General Information & Warranty
C2000 Manufacturer's Warranty
Progressive International Electronics, Inc. (SELLER) warrants to the Purchaser of the
C2000 fuel control equipment manufactured by Seller against defects in material or
workmanship for one (1) year from date of shipment. Seller will replace or repair
defective parts or replace and issue credits to the Purchaser's account in accordance with
the following Conditions of Warranty.
1.
CONDITIONS OF WARRANTY
Credit will be applied only when the completed warranty request form and the
defective parts are received and inspected.
Decisions to repair or replace defective equipment are solely at
the discretion or PIE.
2.
When parts shipments are made prior to receiving the required warranty request and
defective parts, they will be billed to the Purchaser.
3.
In all cases, approved warranty requests will be expedited by issuing the appropriate
credit to the Purchaser's account and shipping replacement parts.
4.
Credits will not be issued for parts and no cash refunds for warranty credits will be
made.
5.
All components and parts must be returned to the factory prepaid, and in turn,
replacement components and parts will be returned prepaid by the factory.
6.
Seller's warranty applies only if the equipment has been installed and used in
accordance with Seller's instructions. The warranty is void if any unauthorized
alteration or addition has been made to the equipment or if it has been subject to
damage caused by abuse, misapplication, accident or improper operation.
7.
The Seller's liability for any damages, including contribution and indemnification,
arising out of or in any way connected with the supplying of the equipment or its
use, shall not in any case exceed the cost of repair of the equipment as herein
provided. Upon expiration of the warranty, all such liability, as well as any other
liability, shall terminate.
8.
Nothing contained herein shall make the Purchaser, its agents or employees, an agent
or representative of Seller and Seller assumes no responsibility of any act, omission,
representation or warranty by the Purchaser or anyone else except as expressly stated
herein.
9.
The final Decision as to the validity of any claims arising under the warranty shall be
determined solely by the Seller.
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THE FOREGOING WARRANTY IS IN LIEU OF ALL OTHER WARRANTIES,
EXPRESSED OR IMPLIED, INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, THE IMPLIED
WARRANTIES OR MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR
PURPOSE WHICH EXCEED THE AFORESAID OBLIGATIONS AND ARE
HEREBY DISCLAIMED AND EXCLUDED BY SELLER.
WARNING
Warning: Installation must comply with the National Electrical Code, as well as
Federal, State, Local and all applicable codes.
Warning: High voltages are present in this equipment. Disconnect all power before
making installation to prevent personal injury or equipment damage.
Warning: Do not install C2000 units in a volatile, combustible or explosive atmosphere.
All C2000 units must be protected from severe vibration, extreme temperatures and
excessive humidity.
Any peripheral equipment is to be installed over a non-hazardous location.
Any peripheral equipment connected to the C2000 must be UL listed and using standard
RS232 or RS485 communication.
The C2000 must be plugged into a dedicated 115 VAC wall socket with bonded earth
ground.
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Operation
OPERATION
Introduction
In this section, all functions available to the cashier for operation
of the C2000 are outlined. Table 1 on the following page provides
brief descriptions of key functions. Also, refer to Figure 2 below
for general locations of various keys, indicators and display.
Figure 2: C2000 Keyboard Layout
There are two types of operations for the cashier:
! Pump control — initiated by pressing the appropriate
pump select key, followed by the keys corresponding to the
command for the C2000 to make upon that pump.
!
Select functions — provide the cashier access to the shift,
time and date, and console deactivation functions.
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Active Keys
PUMP KEYS
Select pump number
AUTHORIZE
Authorize selected pump or resume a stopped
pump
CASH PAID
Pay out the sale in cash
CREDIT PAID
Pay out the sale in credit
VOLUME
Display the volume of the sale
PPG
Display the price per gallon of sale
A/B
Toggle between the A & B sales
PUMP STOP
Stop an authorized pump
PRINT
Print a receipt
CHANGE
Show the change of a preset or prepay sale;
also show the preset amount
GRADE
Set the grade for an authorization
MANAGER
Enter/exit program & report modes
SELECT
Refer to Operation Section, Special Functions
Table 1: Key Functions
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Display and Status Indicators
The LCD display provides the cashier with all sale information for
the pump selected. It also provides data such as time/date and shift
totals reports when using the select functions. Listed below in
Table 2 are the various fields of data which may appear in the
display area, along with a brief description of each field.
Display
Description
Pump #
Indicates the current/active pump #/fueling position.
Further key entry, such as authorization or payment will
apply to the current pump #.
Hose #
Indicates the active hose at a fueling position.
Sale Type
Indicates the method of payment selected for a sale —
cash (CA) or credit (CR).
Sale #
Indicates which sale is selected — A or B (current sale or
stacked sale).
Product #
Indicates the product type for the displayed sale.
Amount
Type
Indicates type of data being displayed in the amount field.
Amount
Indicates the value, dollar or volume of the active sale.
Entered
Value
Displays any data entered on the numeric keypad.
Table 2: Display Data
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Figure 3: Display Layout
The LEDs above each of the pump select keys are the status
indicators for that particular pump/fueling position. The green
LED on the left indicates call/in use. The red LED on the right
indicates collect/stopped. Table 3, below, shows the various states
these LEDs represent for each pump/fueling position.
GREEN LED
RED LED
STATUS
Fast Flash
—
Call for service
On Solid
—
Authorized
—
Slow Flash
Collect "A" Sale
—
On Solid
Pump Stopped
Fast Flash and
Fast Flash
Drive-Away
Slow Flash and
Slow Flash
Collect "A" and "B" Sales
Table 3: LED Indicators for Pump/Fueling Positions
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Sales
Authorization must be made for a sale as either a Postpay, Preset
Postpay, or Prepay sale. Table 4, below, describes the sequence
for completing each type of authorized sale.
NOTE: An actual key action is indicated by <____>
Sale
Type
Procedure
Postpay
To authorize a pump for a Postpay/Fillup operation, press
the appropriate <PUMP #> key and then press the red
<AUTHORIZE> key. To pay out the sale on the console,
press the <PUMP #> key. Press either <CASH> or
<CREDIT> key. To print a receipt, press <PRINT>
Preset
Postpay
To authorize a pump for a preset amount, press the
appropriate <PUMP #> key and then enter the preset
amount on the numeric keypad. Press the red
<AUTHORIZE> key. (Note that the amount entered on the
numeric keypad appears on the display in the ENTERED
VALUE field.)
Prepay
To authorize a pump for a prepay sale, press the
appropriate <PUMP #> key; then enter the amount paid
on the numeric keypad. (Note that the amount entered on
the numeric keypad appears on the display in the ENTERED
VALUE field.) Press method of payment, <CASH> or
<CREDIT> key; then the red <AUTHORIZE> key.
Table 4: Sales Procedure by Authorization Type
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If the transaction is a stacked sale (A/B), it is important to select
the correct sale with the <A/B> key before the method of payment
— <CASH> or <CREDIT> key — is pressed. The status
indicators show the state of a transaction, such as call for service,
collect, etc. (Refer to the Quick Reference Guide for general sales
procedures.)
Should it become necessary to stop all of the dispensers due to an
emergency condition, press the large red button on the front edge
of the C2000. This will place all of the dispensers in a stopped
condition until the operator clears the emergency. This is
accomplished by selecting each dispenser with the <PUMP #> key
and then pressing the <AUTHORIZE> key.
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Select Functions
Listed below are the five special operator select functions, along
with the key sequences required to execute them. Each key
sequence begins with the operator pressing the <SELECT> key.
(Note that the display will prompt you to enter a function key for
the appropriate mode.)
Key Pressed
Resulting Message
<ENTER>
Show Shift Totals
<PRINT>
Print Current Shift Totals
<CHANGE>
Shift Change
<SELECT>
Show the Console Clock
<PUMP STOP>
Turn off the Console
Table 5: Select Key Functions
For example, a typical sequence of select functions might be the
sequence used to determine shift totals. This select function would
be accomplished by first pressing the <SELECT> key. The word
Function will appear in the display, prompting the operator to
enter the key for the desired function. Pressing the <ENTER> key
will cause the display to begin showing the volume shift totals. To
view the cash shift totals, press the <CASH PAID> key. The
credit shift totals may be viewed by pressing the <CREDIT
PAID> key. To display all of the product shift totals, continue to
press the <ENTER> key.
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This will scroll all of the shift totals. After exhibiting all of the
totals, the display will return to the select function entry screen. If
another select function is desired, it may be entered, or the select
function mode may be exited by pressing the <CLEAR> key.
A similar sequence is used to print the current shift totals. By
pressing the <PRINT> key at the Select Function prompt, a shift
totals report will be printed if a printer is attached to the C2000.
As a precautionary measure, the Shift Change function may only
be implemented if shift totals have been completely viewed or
printed and if at lease one hour has elapsed since the last shift
change. To execute a shift change, simply press the <CHANGE>
key at the Select Function prompt. When this has been
accomplished, the C2000 changes the current shift total to zero.
The last shift total is then stored as shift 1. At any time, there are
four stored shift reports. They are the current shift, shift 1, shift 2,
and shift 3, with shift 3 being the oldest. Please note that all shift
reports are time/date stamped and contain a unique two-digit
number that increments by one each time a shift change takes
place.
The C2000 has a built-in clock/calendar to provide accurate
time/date stamping on reports and sales receipts. This
clock/calendar may be read by pressing <SELECT> to access
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the Select Function menu. Press <SELECT> again to read the
console clock.
A special select function is required to turn off the C2000. By
pressing <PUMP STOP> at the Select Function prompt, the
console is placed in an off mode. At this point, all LEDs are
turned off and the work Off flashes on the display. Note that any
fueling transactions that have already begun when the C2000 was
turned off will be allowed to run to completion. To turn the C2000
back on, press <CLEAR>; then enter the Operator PIN Code on
the numeric pad and press the <ENTER> key. The default
Operator PIN Code is set at the factory to 1111. Operator PIN
Codes do not appear in the display as they are entered on the
numeric keypad. (See the Program & Report Section of this
manual for instructions on changing the Operator PIN Code.)
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Program & Report
PROGRAM & REPORT
Introduction
The Program & Report Section describes the operation and
resulting information provided by the C2000 program and report
functions. These functions allow the manager to configure the
C2000 for the specific type of operation desired and to retrieve
important data collected. This management information is
protected by the use of a unique Manager PIN Code (factory
default — 2422). This Manager PIN Code may be changed by the
manager at any time through the use of one of the program and
report functions.
As you review this section of the manual, please refer to Figure 2
for general locations of the various keys, indicators and display.
While using program and report functions, the fields on the display
will vary from function to function, depending upon the type of
data being displayed or requested.
Refer to Program & Report in the Quick Reference Guide at the
end of this manual.
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PIN Code Access
To access C2000 program and report features, a sequence utilizing
a valid PIN Code must first be entered.
Access is divided into two categories — manager and operator.
The manager, using a Manager PIN Code, has access to all
program and report functions. Report functions (modes 10, 11, 12)
are also available to the operator, who uses an Operator PIN Code.
Manager and operator access are described below.
Manager Access
Entry of the correct Manager PIN Code allows access to all
program and report functions. First, press <MANAGER> key.
The display will prompt you to enter your PIN Code. Enter this
PIN Code on the numeric keypad. (This number, with a
maximum of four digits, is stored in the C2000. Its purpose is
to limit access to C2000 program and report data. The number
2422 is the factory default value for the Manager PIN Code.)
Next, press the <ENTER> key. M:0 will appear in the display,
prompting you to enter the desired function mode number on
the numeric keypad. Press <ENTER> again to generate the
requested program & report function sequence. At this point, if
you wish to return to the operator mode, press the
<MANAGER> key.
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Operator Access
Access to report functions is accomplished through the entry of
a valid Operator PIN Code. First, press the <MANAGER>
key. You will be prompted by the display to enter your PIN
Code. Enter your Operator PIN Code on the numeric keypad.
(This number, with a maximum of four digits, is stored in the
C2000. Its purpose is to limit access to C2000 report data. The
number 1111 is the factory default value for the Operator PIN
Code.) Next, press the <ENTER> key. M:0 will appear in the
display, prompting you to enter the desired function mode
number on the numeric keypad. Press <ENTER> again to
generate the requested program & report function sequence. At
this point, if you wish to return to the operator mode, press the
<MANAGER> key.
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Mode Descriptions
The sequence for manager access must be completed before
programming features can be utilized through the various program
modes. The sequence for either manager access or operator access
allows generation of reports (Modes 10, 11 and 12). Each set of
instructions for the following program and report modes assumes
that the appropriate manager/operator access has already been
executed and that the mode number prompt now appears in the
display.
Mode 1 — Pump Setup Information (Manager only)
Through Mode 1, assignments, blend ratios and self/full service
modes are entered for each pump/fueling position controlled by
the C2000. After being prompted for mode number (see
previous page for instructions on accessing program mode),
press <1> on the numeric keypad and then press <ENTER>.
You are now in Mode 1.
Initiate pump programming by pressing the <PUMP #__> key
for the first pump/fueling position at the site (usually Pump #1).
The mode begins with setting the following parameters for hose
1. (If you have a multi-product dispenser, then you will need to
set these for all hoses.) Press the <GRADE> key to scroll to
the desired product for the current hose displayed. During this
step, pressing the <AUTHORIZE> key will clear the product
number for reentry.
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To set the service mode, press the <CHANGE> key to toggle
between full- or self-service for the specified pump.
If the dispenser is a blending dispenser, on the numeric keypad
enter the amount, in percent of hose 1, to be dispensed by the
selected hose. Press <ENTER>. Remember that any data
entered on the numeric keypad will appear on the display. If
the dispenser is a multi-product dispenser, then press
<SELECT> to scroll to the next hose to be programmed.
Follow this procedure to program each pump/dispenser at the
site.
To exit Mode 1, press the <MANAGER> key. The C2000
display returns to the mode entry prompt. To exit programming
mode completely, press the <MANAGER> key again. The
C2000 will return to operator mode.
Mode 2 — Product Information (Manager only)
In this mode, Product Name, Cash PPU and Credit PPU for
each product at the site are programmed. To enter this mode
from the mode number prompt, press <2> on the numeric
keypad and then press <ENTER>. You are now in Mode 2.
The display now prompts for information about product #1. To
assign a product name such as UL, REG or DIESEL to this
product, press the <GRADE> key until the desired product
name is presented in the display. If you wish to just view the
product name already assigned, press the <SELECT> key and
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the name will appear in the display.
To set the Cash PPU for a product, enter the desired PPU on the
numeric keypad and press the <CASH PAID> key.
To set the Credit PPU for a product, enter the desired PPU on
the numeric keypad and press the <CREDIT PAID> key.
As the Cash and Credit PPUs are entered, numeric key errors
may be erased by pressing the <CLEAR> key and reentering
the data. Also, Cash and Credit PPUs may be viewed by
pressing the <CASH PAID> or <CREDIT PAID> key. The
value will appear in the display.
To proceed to the next product number to be programmed,
press the <ENTER> key. Follow this procedure for each
product type at the site.
Exit Mode 2 by pressing the <MANAGER> key. The C2000
display returns to the mode entry prompt. To exit programming
mode completely and return to operator mode, press the
<MANAGER> key again.
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Mode 3 — Beeper Settings (Manager only)
Mode 3 is used to program single or continuous beeps for
Handle, Collect and Drive-Away. (Note: The console defaults
to a single beep unless set otherwise.) To enter Mode 3 from
the mode number prompt, enter <3> on the numeric keypad and
press <ENTER>.
The display first will prompt for selection of the style of beep
associated with a Handle/Call for Service. To change the style
of beep, press the <SELECT> key and toggle between single
and continuous.
To proceed to the next option setting, press <ENTER>. The
display now prompts for selection of the style of beep
associated with a Collect condition. To change the style of
beep, press the <SELECT> key and toggle between single and
continuous.
To proceed to the next option setting, press the <ENTER> key.
The display now prompts for selection of the style of beep
associated with a Drive-Away condition. To change the style
of beep, press the <SELECT> key and toggle between single
and continuous.
Exit Mode 3 by pressing the <MANAGER> key. The mode
entry prompt will appear on the display. To exit programming
mode completely and return to operator mode, press the
<MANAGER> key again.
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Mode 4 — Clock/Calendar (Manager only)
Mode 4 allows the setting of time and date. To enter mode 4,
press <4> and press <ENTER>. The C2000 is now in
programming Mode 4.
Time and date already set in the C2000 will be displayed. To
change the time, enter the new time on the numeric keypad in
24 hour format. The new time will appear in the display as you
enter it. Press <ENTER> and the time will be updated in the
C2000.
Next, you may change the date by entering the new date on the
numeric keypad in mmddyy format. The new date will appear
in the display as you enter it. Press <ENTER> and the date
will be updated in the C2000.
To exit Mode 4, press the <MANAGER> key. The mode entry
prompt will appear on the display. To exit programming mode
completely and return to operator mode, press the
<MANAGER> key again.
Mode 5 — Serial Port (Manager only)
Mode 5 allows configuration of the C2000 serial port. To enter
Mode 5, press <5> and press <ENTER>. The C2000 is now in
programming Mode 5.
The display now prompts a selection for the correct baud rate.
Press the <SELECT> key until the desired baud rate appears in
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the display.
Press <ENTER> to advance the menu. The display will now
prompt an entry for correct data bit selection. Press the
<SELECT> key until the desired data bit selection appears in
the display.
Again, press <ENTER> to advance the menu. Here, the
display prompts an entry for correct stop bit selection. Press
the <SELECT> key until the desired stop bit selection appears
in the display.
Press <ENTER> again to advance the menu. The display will
prompt an entry for correct parity selection. Press the
<SELECT> key until the desired parity selection appears in
the display. If parity is enabled, press <ENTER> to advance to
parity type menu. At this point the display will show odd
parity. To toggle to even parity, press <SELECT> key.
To review your selections for the serial port, simply press
<ENTER> and scroll through all of the port parameters.
Mode 5 may be exited by pressing the <MANAGER> key.
The C2000 will return to the mode entry prompt on the display.
To exit programming mode completely and return to operator
mode, press the <MANAGER> key.
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Mode 6 — Peripheral Devices (Manager only)
Mode 6 enables the device(s) connected to the serial port. (The
C2000 default assumes that no devices are connected to the
port.) To enter Mode 6, press <6> on the numeric keypad and
press <ENTER>.
The display prompts the programmer to activate/deactivate
printer. Use the <SELECT> key to toggle between these two
selections.
Next, press <ENTER> to advance the menu. The display will
now prompt an entry for activate/deactivate register. Press the
<SELECT> key to toggle between these register selections.
(There are actually two register selections from which to
choose — single and multiple.
To review your peripheral device selections, press <ENTER>
and scroll through.
Mode 6 may be exited by pressing the <MANAGER> key.
The C2000 will return to the mode entry prompt on the display.
To exit programming mode completely and return to operator
mode, press the <MANAGER> key again.
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Mode 7 — Print Header (Manager only)
In this mode, the print header for the printer receipt is created
and edited. (Note that this mode is accessible only if the printer
has been enabled in Mode 6.) To enter this mode, enter <7> on
the keypad and press <ENTER>.
The display shows the beginning information for the printer
header. If your header has not been programmed or has been
cleared, the curser will prompt you for your first character
entry. (Refer to Table 6, Print Header Character Codes, for a
numeric code which represents the characters available for your
use on the printer header.) Determine the character you wish to
place in the first position of the header and look up the numeric
code. Enter this numeric code on the keypad and press
<ENTER>. The character will appear on the display, and has
been saved in memory. For each subsequent character, follow
the sequence described above.
There are two special numeric codes for the header: <10>
indicates a new line in the header; <01> is the code for end of
header. Enter the new line code at the point where the printer
should cease printing on the current line and go to the
beginning of the next line. The end of header code is entered
after the entire header is entered and will tell the C2000 that no
more characters are needed in the header.
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Print Header Character Codes
01 = end of header
10 = new line
0
48
F
70
U
85
j
106
y
121
-
45
<
96
1
49
G 71
V
86
k
107
z
122
.
46
{
123
2
50
H
72
W
87
l
108
space
32
/
47
|
124
3
51
I
73
X
88
m
109
!
33
:
58
}
125
4
52
J
74
Y
89
n
110
"
34
;
59
~
126
5
53
K
75
Z
90
o
111
#
35
<
60
6
54
L
76
a
97
p
112
$
36
=
61
7
55
M 77
b
98
q
113
%
37
>
62
8
56
N
78
c
99
r
114
&
38
?
63
9
57
O 79
d
100
s
115
'
39
@ 64
A
65
P
80
e
101
t
116
(
40
[
91
B
66
Q 81
f
102
u
117
)
41
\
92
C
67
R
82
g
103
v
118
*
42
]
93
D
68
S
83
h
104
w
119
+
43
^
94
E
69
T
84
i
105
x
120
,
44
_
95
Table 6: Print Header Character Codes
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C2000
Program & Report
Special editing features are available for use in this mode:
<ENTER> without entering a numeric code — The display
curser will increment to the next character in the header.
<SELECT> without entering a numeric code — The display
curser will go back one character in the header.
<CHANGE> without entering a numeric code — The entire
printer header will be cleared.
<PRINT> without entering a numeric code — The printer will
print the header that is programmed.
<MANAGER> — Exit Mode 7.
Mode 10 — Read Reports (Manager/Operator)
In Mode 10, totals reports may be generated and displayed. To
enter this mode, enter <10> on the keypad and press
<ENTER>.
The display will show an R:0, prompting you to enter a report
type code. Use the table below to select which type of report
you would like displayed.
1 Resettable Totals
2 Non-Resettable Totals
3 Shift 0 Totals (current shift)
4 Shift 1 Totals
5 Shift 2 Totals
6 Shift 3 Totals
7 Polled Pump Totals
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C2000
Program & Report
Select the report number and enter it on the C2000 keypad; then
press <ENTER>. The beginning data for the report is shown
in the display. Use the following keys to scroll through the
report.
<ENTER>
Display next product totals
<VOLUME> Display the volume total
<CASH PAID>
Display the cash total
<CREDIT PAID>
Display the credit total
<MANAGER>
Exit Mode 10
Mode 11 — Print Reports (Manager/Operator)
Mode 11 allows reports to be generated and printed on the
printer attached to the C2000. To enter this mode enter <11>
on the numeric keypad and press <ENTER>.
P:0 will be displayed, prompting you to enter a report type
code. Use the table below to select which type of report you
would like printed by the C2000.
1 Resettable Totals
2 Non-Resettable Totals
3 Shift 0 Totals (current shift)
4 Shift 1 Totals
5 Shift 2 Totals
6 Shift 3 Totals
7 Polled Pump Totals
8 Console Program Information
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C2000
Program & Report
Select the report number and enter it on the C2000 keypad; then
press <ENTER>. Data for the report will be printed. If you
wish to print additional reports, select another report option. Or
press <MANAGER> to exit Mode 11.
Mode 12 — Clear Resettable Totals (Manager/Operator)
Mode 12 is used to reset resettable totals by clearing them to
zero. Enter <12> and press <ENTER> to enter Mode 12.
The display will show press clear. If you wish to zero all
resettable totals, proceed by pressing <CLEAR>.
Press any key to exit Mode 12.
Mode 97 — Program Operator PIN Code
(Manager only)
WARNING: Care should be observed when using this mode.
If the PIN Code is altered, be sure to make note of the new PIN
Code and save in a safe location.
In Mode 97, the Operator PIN Code is viewed and changed.
(The default Operator PIN Code is 1111.) To enter this mode,
enter <97> on the numeric keypad and press <ENTER>. The
display will show the existing Operator PIN Code. To change
the code, enter the new number (up to 4 digits) on the numeric
keypad and press <ENTER>. The new Operator PIN code will
appear on the display. To exit this mode, press the
<MANAGER> key.
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C2000
Program & Report
Mode 98 — Program Manager PIN Code
(Manager only)
WARNING: Care should be observed while using this mode.
If the PIN Code is altered, be sure to make note of the new one
and save in a safe location. remember, all access to program
and report functions is accomplished via this number.
Mode 98 allows the Manager PIN Code to be viewed and
changed. The default Manager PIN Code is 2422. To enter
Mode 98, enter <98> on the numeric keypad and press
<ENTER>. The display will show the existing Manager PIN
Code. To change the code, enter the new number (up to 4
digits) on the numeric keypad and press <ENTER>. The new
Manager PIN Code will appear on the display.
To exit Mode 98, press <MANAGER>.
Mode 99 — Console Diagnostics (Manager only)
Call Progressive International Electronics at 919 821-1323 for
instructions.
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C2000
Installation
INSTALLATION
Introduction
The Installation Section contains instructions for installing the
C2000 to electronic fuel pump computers and to peripheral
equipment (PE), such as the point of sale terminal (POS).
Instructions for installing or servicing electronic fuel pumps or
dispensers, and the point of sale terminals are not included in this
manual. (See manufacturer's manual specific to each particular
product for installation/servicing instructions.)
Read the entire installation section of this manual before
attempting to install the C2000.
If further assistance is required, please contact:
PROGRESSIVE INTERNATIONAL ELECTRONICS, INC.
2422 Atlantic Avenue
Raleigh, North Carolina 27604
Phone (919) 821-1323
FAX (919) 821-1325
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C2000
Installation
General Installation Guidelines
The basic C2000 system consists of several components — the
console, configurator box and cables to interconnect the
components. Refer to Figure 1, which shows a typical layout of
the C2000 system, including attachment to an optional printer.
To begin installation, place the console at the checkout counter of
the station. Note that the console has four threaded inserts on the
bottom for mounting with screws to a cellular telephone stand (not
provided). This will allow the console to be elevated and angled
for efficient use next to the cash register.
Next, locate the configurator box and mount under the counter or
on a wall adjacent to the console, not more than five feet away.
Attach the console/configurator cable to the 15-pin connector on
the back of the C2000. Plug the other end into the input connector
(9-pin) on the configurator box. If a printer is to be used with the
C2000, attach the printer cable to the 25-pin connector on the back
of the printer and the other end to the 9-pin serial port connector
on the back of the console.
Attach the C2000 system to the dispenser data distribution
equipment for the appropriate pump type, as outlined in the
following pages.
Upon completion, apply power to the C2000 console and
configurator box, as well as the printer (if applicable) and
commence programming, as outlined in Program & Report.
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C2000
Installation
Installation Warnings
Warning: Installation must comply with the National Electrical
Code, as well as Federal, State, Local and all applicable codes.
Warning: High voltages are present in this equipment.
Disconnect all power before making installation to prevent
personal injury or equipment damage.
Warning: Do not install C2000 units in a volatile, combustible or
explosive atmosphere. All C2000 units must be protected from
severe vibration, extreme temperatures and excessive humidity.
Any peripheral equipment is to be installed over a non-hazardous
location.
Any peripheral equipment connected to the C2000 must be UL
listed and using standard RS232 or RS485 communication.
The C2000 must be plugged into a dedicated 115 VAC wall socket
with bonded earth ground.
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C2000
Installation
Gilbarco Electronic Fuel Pumps
Read entire installation section before attempting to install system.
Take careful note of warnings in this section before mounting C2000.
Mount the C2000's configurator box on the wall or under the counter so
that no cables are strained.
1.
Install the Gilbarco pumps according to the Gilbarco installation
instructions. Connect the pump data wires to the Gilbardo "D"
box according to Gilbarco installation instructions.
2.
Locate the appropriate pump connection cable. Connect the DIN
or D-sub connector to the Gilbarco "D" box. The various "D"
box models are illustrated in Figures 4, 5 and 6.
Figure 4: Gilbarco PAO1330000 "D" Box
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C2000
Installation
Figure 5: Gilbarco TS1000 "D" Box
Figure 6: Gilbarco Universal "D" Box
3.
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Test all the pumps in stand-alone. Do not proceed until all
pumps run in stand-alone.
C2000
4.
Installation
Turn all the switches in the Gilbarco "D" box to ISOLATE.
Program the pump numbers into the pumps. Switch the
"D" box switches for the pumps that are connected to
NORMAL.
NOTE: All Single Product Dispensers (SPDs) must be set for
"grade 1."
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C2000
Installation
Tokheim Electronic Fuel Pumps
Read entire installation section before attempting to install
system. Take careful note of warnings in this section before
mounting C2000.
Mount the C2000's configurator box on the wall or under the
counter so that no cables are strained.
For Pumps Using Tokheim M98 Computer/Power Center:
1. Install the Model 98 Computer/Power Center box and
Tokheim pumps according to Tokheim installation
instructions. Pumps must work in stand-alone before
proceeding. Pumps should be configured in the same
manner as for the Tokheim Model 179 Console.
Figure 7: Tokheim 98 Installation
2.
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Locate the C2000 pump connection cable. This cable has a
DE9S connector with hood on one end and a round
connector on the other end.
C2000
Installation
3.
Attach the C2000 pump connection cable to the connector
on the Tokheim configurator box. Be sure to screwlock
this connector to the Tokheim configurator box with the
screws provided.
4.
For systems with eight pumps or less, connect the C2000
pump connection cable directly to the Model 98
Computer/Power Center. For systems with more than eight
pumps (two Model 98 Computer/Power centers) use a "Y"
cable (optional component, available through Progressive
International Electronics) between the Tokheim
configurator box and the Model 98 Computer/Power
Centers. Ensure that cables are screwlocked together.
The connection must not be subjected to harsh
environments such as under water, extreme heat or
extreme cold, etc.
5.
Connect the wall transformer into a 115 VAC receptacle.
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C2000
Installation
For Pumps Using Tokheim Model 67 Connection Box:
1. Install pumps and connect wires to the Tokheim 67
connection box according to Tokheim instructions.
Configure pumps as for Tokheim MIMS IV.
Figure 8: Tokheim 67 Installation
2.
Locate the C2000's pump connection cable. This cable has
a DE9S connector with hood on one end and a round
connector on the other end.
3.
Connect the C2000's pump connection to the connector on
the Tohkeim configurator box. Be sure to screwlock this
connector to the Tokheim configurator box with the
screws provided.
4.
Locate the other end of the C2000's pump connection
cable. Connect the round connector to the cable from the
Tokheim 67 into the connect box. Ensure that this cable
connection is screwlocked together. The connection must
not be subjected to harsh environments such as under
water, extreme heat or extreme cold, etc.
5.
Connect the wall transformer into a 115 VAC receptacle.
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C2000
Installation
Kraus Micon 100 Electronic Fuel Pumps
Read entire installation section before attempting to install
system. Take careful note of warnings in this section before
mounting C2000.
Mount the C2000's configurator box on the wall or under the
counter so that no cables are strained.
1.
Connect the data wires (TTC, TTP, DCC) into the pump
connectors on the configurator box for the Kraus system.
Refer to Figures 9, 10, and 11, as well as Table 6.
Figure 9: Configurator Box for Kraus 16-Hose Systems
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C2000
Installation
Figure 10: Configurator Box for Kraus 4-Hose Systems
Figure 11: Kraus Micon Pump Head
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C2000
Installation
PIN
#
SIGNAL
1
TTC
2
DCC
3
TTP
4
TTC
5
DCC
6
TTP
7
TTC
8
DCC
9
TTP
10
TTC
11
DCC
12
TTP
PUMP #
1, 5, 9, 13
2, 6, 10, 14
4, 7, 11, 15
4, 8, 12, 16
Table 6: Kraus Connector Layout
Pumps
Pumps
Pumps
Pumps
1, 2, 3, 4
5, 6, 7, 8
9, 10, 11, 12
13, 14, 15, 16
on connector 1
on connector 2
on connector 3
on connector 4
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C2000
2.
Installation
If submerged turbine pumps are used, install the optional
turbine relay box. Refer to Figure 12 below.
Figure 12: Turbine Relay Box for Kraus
3.
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Connect the wall transformer into a 115 VAC receptacle.
C2000
Installation
Wayne/Dresser Electronic Fuel Pumps
Read entire installation section before attempting to install
system. Take careful note of warnings in this section before
mounting C2000.
Mount the C2000's configurator box on the wall or under the
counter so that no cables are strained.
1.
Install the Wayne/Dresser pumps according to the
Wayne/Dresser installation instructions. Connect the pump
data wires to the model DD/DY2400/16 connection box
according to the Wayne/Dresser installation instructions.
2.
Locate the C2000's pump connection cable. Connect the
wires into the Wayne/Dresser connection box, as shown in
Figure 13.
Figure 13: Wayne/Dresser Distribution Box
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C2000
Installation
3.
Test all the pumps in stand-alone. Do not proceed until all
pumps run in stand-alone.
4.
Turn all the switches in the Wayne/Dresser connection box
to BYPASS. Program the pump numbers into the pumps.
Switch the "D" box switches for the pumps that are
connected into AUTO.
5.
Connect the wall transformer into a 115 VAC receptacle.
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C2000
Installation
Bennett Electronic Fuel Pumps
Read entire installation section before attempting to install
system. Take careful note of warnings in this section before
mounting C2000.
Mount the C2000's configurator box on the wall or under the
counter so that no cables are strained.
1.
Connect the data wires — Orange (+) and Yellow (-) —
into the pump connectors on the Bennett distribution box.
Refer to Table 7 and Figure 14.
Figure 14: Configurator Box for Bennett Systems
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C2000
2.
Installation
Connect the wall transformer into a 115 VAC receptacle.
PIN #
SIGNAL
1
Orange (+)
2
Yellow (-)
3
Orange (+)
4
Yellow (-)
5
Orange (+)
6
Yellow (-)
7
Orange (+)
8
Yellow (-)
9
Orange (+)
10
Yellow (-)
11
Orange (+)
12
Yellow (-)
13
Orange (+)
14
Yellow (-)
15
Orange (+)
16
Yellow (-)
PUMP #
1, 9
2, 10
3, 11
4, 12
5, 13
6, 14
7, 15
8, 16
Table 7: Bennett Connector Layout
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NOTES
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NOTES
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