Mini Bank 1530 Operator Manual

Mini Bank 1530 Operator Manual
Owner’s manual
Owner’s Manual
Hyosung
1500
Mini Bank 1500
Table of Contents
1. Introduction
1.1 About Mini Bank 1500 ···································································1-2
1.2 Features ·························································································1-2
1.3 What is in this Manual ··································································1-3
2. Safety Precautions
2.1 Overview ························································································2-2
2.2 Description of Precaution Symbols ············································2-3
3. Hardware Specifications
3.1 Dimension ·····················································································3-2
3.2 Component Locations ··································································3-3
3.3 LCD & Customer Keypad ·····························································3-4
3.4 Cash Dispenser Unit
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3.5 Receipt Printer ··············································································3-6
3.6 Main Control Board ·······································································3-7
3.7 Operating Environment ································································3-8
3.8 Optional Devices ···········································································3-9
4. Installation
4.1 Unpacking
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4.2 Physical Installation
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4.3 Hardware Installation
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5. Operating Instructions
5.1 Opening and Closing the Security Door ·····································5-2
5.2 Opening and Closing the Front Panel ·········································5-4
5.3
5.4
5.5
5.6
Replenishing the Cash Cassette ·················································5-6
Emptying the Reject Bin
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Loading the Receipt Paper
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Additional Instructions (Option) ···················································5-12
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6. Operator Functions
6.1 Basic System Operation
6.2 Settlement
6.3 Journal
6.4 Report
6.5 Diagnostics
6.6 Customer Setup
6.7 System Setup
6.8 Host Setup
6.9 Transaction Setup
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7. Appendix
A. Receipt Paper Specifications ······················································7-2
B. Note Conditions (Acceptable/Unacceptable) ·······························7-3
C. Operating and Changing the Electronic Combination Lock ·······7-6
D. Error Codes
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E. How to Clear NV-RAM
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F. Pictures of Mini Bank 1500
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Mini Bank 1500
1. Introduction
Chapter 1. Introduction
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1. Introduction
1. Introduction
1.1
About the Mini Bank 1500
The Mini Bank 1500 is designed to meet the everyday demands of immediate cash
needs for individuals with a compact size to fit in virtually any place. This
Automated Teller Machine (ATM) is connected to a network processor to verify
accounts and any other inquires through the insertion of a customer’s card. The Mini
Bank 1500 is easy to use, easy to service and is able to support customer’s needs.
1.2 Features
H/W Features
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UL 291 Business Hour Service
Mechanical combination lock
Electronic combination lock (option)
320 × 240 Resolution of back-lit LCD / color display (option)
Dial-up telephone line instead of expensive leased line
1,200/2,000 new notes capacity (USD)
DIP type magnetic card reader / smart card reader (ISO 1,2,3 track)
Automated receipt printer paper loading
Thermal receipt printer for high speed printing with graphics
Modular design for easy maintenance
Functional Features
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Electronic journal with up to 2,000 transactions, up/down loading supported
Supports English, Spanish, French, Korean and Japanese
Detailed average history report feature
Quick setup feature
Advertisement feature for store promotion
Error code description for easy to service
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1. Introduction
What is in this manual
This Mini Bank 1500 Automated Teller Machine Manual contains all information
needed for normal operational use.
This manual contains Unit Specifications, ATM Opening & Closing Procedures,
Operator Functions, Customer Transactions, Error Recovery and etc.
Some of the information in this manual may differ according to the network
processor to be connected.
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2. Safety Precautions
Chapter 2. Safety Precautions
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2. Safety Precautions
2. Safety Precautions
2.1 Overview
Common Safety Precaution
Safety Precautions outli ned this manual provide
information on safe and proper handling of the
product. Non-compliance of the safety precautions
may result in injury or damage to the product.
This precaution symbol with sample term tells you
safety warnings in time of equipment handling.
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2. Safety Precautions
2.2 Description of Precaution Symbols
Symbol
Description
Electrical Shock Warning
• Do not remove cover. Only a maintenance engineer should open the
cover.
• Do not touch. You may receive electric shock.
• Make sure to turn off the power when servicing the equipment.
High Temperature Warning
• Do not touch the equipment when it is running.
• The equipment can get extremely hot and may cause a burn.
• Make sure to close the cover before running the equipment.
Use Precaution when Moving
• The equipment is heavy. Make sure at least 2 people lift or move the
equipment.
• Do not attempt to move the equipment alone. You
may be injured
from dropping the heavy equipment.
Fire Hazard
• Place the equipment in an area away from any combustible materials.
• The equipment may catch on fire from overheating or short circuit of
the power supply unit.
Disassembly Warnings
• Do not disassemble
or modify the equipment unless you are a
certified engineer.
• Contact the service center for maintenance, adjustments and repairs.
• Improper disassembly may cause fire or electrical shock.
Collapse Precautions
• Do not place the equipment where the floor cannot sustain the weight
of the equipment, or on slanted or unstable surface.
• Equipment may fall and cause injury or damage.
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Symbol
Description
Unplug the Equipment
• Stop using the equipment immediat ely if it smokes, emits an unusual
smell, makes abnormal sounds, or if liquids or
other foreign materials
enter the equipment.
• If the above-mentioned abnormalities occur, immediately
turn off the
power, unplug the equipment and contact the service center.
• If you ignore these symptoms, the equipment may catch on fire or
cause electric shock.
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3. Hardware Specifications
Chapter 3. Hardware Specifications
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3. Hardware Specifications
3. Hardware Specifications
3.1 Dimensions
Weight :
306 lbs. (139 kg.)
Fig. 3-1 Mini Bank 1500 Dimension
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3.2 Component Location
Fig. 3-2 Component Location
1. LCD & Customer Keypad
2. Card Reader Slot
3. Receipt Printer Slot
4. Cash Tray
5. Front Panel
6. Front Panel Lock
7. Security Cover
8. Security Cover Lock
9. Security Door
10. Combination Lock
11. Security Door Handle
12. Cash Dispensing Unit
13. Receipt Printer
14. Main Control Board
15. Earphone Jack (ADA, Option)
16. Power Supply
17. Speaker
19. Card read
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3. Hardware Specifications
LCD & Customer Keypad
Fig 3-3 LCD & Customer Keypad
LCD
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Screen Size : 6″
Mono / Color(Option)
Resolution : 320 × 240
Display Characters : 40 × 15 (Standard Character)
Keypad
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10 Alphanumeric ,3,4, CANCEL, CLEAR, ENTER, BLANK Keypads
8 Function Keys
Each Keypads has integral raised Braille symbols
ADA Port (option)
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Voice assisted operation available through the headphone jack on the front bezel
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3. Hardware Specifications
Cash Dispenser Unit
Fig. 3-4 Cash Dispenser Unit
Cash Dispenser Unit
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Dispensing speed : 4 notes/second
Capacity of 1,200 new notes (standard dispenser)
Reject bin with capacity of 200 notes
Low level cassette detection
Double note detect module
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3.5 Receipt Printer
Fig. 3.5 Receipt Printer
Receipt Printer
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Thermal line printer with cutter
36 characters/line
Semi-Automatic roll paper setting
Support graphics / Bar Code printing
See Appendix A : RECEIPT PAPER SEPECIFICATIONS
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3.6 Main Control Board
Fig. 3.6
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Main Control Board
Modem : 56kbps dial-up modem (standard)
Electronic Journal : Max 2,000 transactions
Battery back-up for set-up parameters
Real Time Clock
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3.7 Operating Environment
Power Requirements
115 Vac ±10%
230 Vac ±10%
3.0A
1.5A
60Hz , 350 Watt
50Hz , 350 Watt
Power Connections
The Mini Bank 1500 ATM must be connected to a dedicated power circuit. This
circuit must consist of LINE, NEUTRAL and GROUND leads connected directly to
the power circuit breaker panel. This circuit cannot be shared with any other
equipment.
Phone Line Requirements
The Mini Bank 1500 ATM must be connected to a dedicated phone line. This line
must be a direct dial “tone” or “pulse” line that is equipped with a standard telephone
wall jack (RJ-11). This line cannot be shared with any other equipment at the location.
Temperature
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In storage
: 32°F - 123°F (0°C ~ 49°C)
While operating : 40°F - 95°F (5°C ~ 35°C)
Humidity
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In storage
: 10% < RH < 90%, Non-Condensed
While operating : 15% < RH < 85%, Non-Condensed
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3.8 Optional Devices
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3. Hardware Specifications
A. Cash Dispenser
1. CDU-L Type
Fig. A-1 Cash Dispenser Unit (CDU-L Type)
Cash Dispenser Unit
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Dispensing Speed : 7 notes/second
1 Cash Cassette with capacity of 2,000 new notes(US Dollar)
Reject Box with capacity of 200 notes
Low Level Cassette Detection
Double Pick Detect Module
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2. CDU-M Type
Fig. A-2 Cash Dispenser Unit (CDU-M Type)
Cash Dispenser Unit
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Dispensing Speed : 7 notes/second
1 Cash Cassette with capacity of 2,000 new notes(US Dollar, Upto 3 cassette option)
Reject Box with capacity of 200 notes
Low Level Cassette Detection
Double Pick Detect Module
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4. Installation
Chapter 4. Installation
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4. Installation
4. Installation
4.1 Unpacking
1 ) Unpack the machine on top of the palette.
2 ) Cut the straps that are fastened around the box with a knife.
3)
4)
5)
6)
(refer to Fig. 4.1.1)
(Be careful when cutting the straps.)
Use an appropriate tool to remove the nails from the palette. (refer to Fig. 4.1.2)
Remove the lid, then box from the top. Do not discard the packaging materials until you
have verified any shipping damage claim. Contact your distributor immediately if you
see any shipping damage.
Store the box in a safe place to re-use or discard of appropriately.
Verify the contents carefully with the packing list to be sure all items listed are
included. Notify your distributor of any shortages.
If only the palette needs to be removed, lift the whole machine from the bottom and set
it aside.
Fig. 4.1.1
Fig. 4.1.2
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4. Installation
4.2 Physical Installation
To install the Mini-Bank 1500 series ATM, perform the following steps.
1) Place the “Anchor bolts locate sheet” at the place where the machine is to be
2)
3)
4)
5)
6)
7)
installed. (refer to Fig. 4.2.1)
Place the system on a flat surface, the system has a tendency to tip over if the
surface is over 10 degrees. (refer to Fig 4.2.2) Be careful when opening the top or
bottom of the machine s it will be off balance
Place the Anchor nuts into the ground according to the anchor bolts locate sheet.
(4 places)
Place the Mini-Bank 1500 on top of the sheet.
Open the Security cover with the key provided.
Using the supplied combination (factory preset at 50-25-50) open the Security Door.
This combination should be changed as soon as possible. Refer to Appendix B for
instructions on changing the lock combination.
After the anchor nuts are in place according to the anchor holes on the bottom of the
Mini Bank 1500, tighten the anchor bolts tightly. (refer to Fig. 4.2.3)
Fig. 4.2.1
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Fig. 4.2.2
Fig. 4.2.3
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4.3 Hardware Installation
1) Verify the power voltage (110/220V) to be used and set the appropriate voltage on
the power supply.
2) Verify that the telephone line to be used for the ATM is in proper working order.
Hyosung recommends the use of shielded phone line in locations with close
proximity to other appliances.
3) Open the security door and remove any shipping materials and note any warning or
installation instructions.
4) Remove the screw, which is set to hold the Cash Dispensing Unit platform in place.
5) Remove the cash cassette from the box, fill the cassette with the appropriate amount
of notes, and place it in the Cash Dispensing Unit carefully. Place the appropriate
denomination label on the front of the cassette.
6) Before closing the vault, thoroughly test the combination lock by locking and
unlocking the lock several times. It is much easier to diagnose potential lock
problems before shutting the door
7) Open the top of the ATM. Place the receipt paper in the Receipt Printer. The paper
prints only on one side (shiny side) always check the roll when you install paper.
Place the roll so that the coated side (shiny side) will be facing up.
8) Connect the Power cable and telephone cable to the appropriate outlets on the wall.
(verify once again if the power voltage is 110V or 220V)
9) Turn the power on and verify if all systems are operational. If any part of the system
is not operational then an error code will be displayed. Verify with the Error Code
and follow the appropriate steps. If the error is not corrected please contact your
local distributor. Set all the system parameters. For more detailed information refer
to Section 6 and Section 7.
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5. Operating Instructions
Chapter 5. Operating Instructions
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5. Operating Instructions
5. Operating Instructions
5.1 Opening and Closing the Security Door
Opening the Security Door
1) Turn the Security Cover key clockwise to
open the Security Cover.
2)
To unlock the Combination Lock
3)
Turn the Security Door Handle counterclockwise, then pull the Security Door to open.
Fig.5.1a Opening the Security Door
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5. Operating Instructions
Closing the Security Door
1) With the Security Door Handle turned
counter-clockwise, close the Security Door
and turn the Security Door Handle clockwise
until it is locked.
2) After close of security door, the door will
automatically lock in 5~6 secs.
3) With the Security Cover key turned clockwise,
close the Security Cover and turn the Security
Cover key counter-clockwise until it is locked.
Remove the key when it is locked.
Fig.5.1b Closing the Security Door
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5. Operating Instructions
5.2 Opening and Closing the Front Panel
Opening the Front Panel
1) Insert the Front Panel key and turn it
clockwise.
2) With the Front Panel key turned, pull the
Front Panel outward.
Fig. 5.2a Opening the Front Panel
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5. Operating Instructions
Closing the Front Panel
1) Push the Front Panel slowly until it is locked
back in place.
2) Turn the Front Panel key counter-clockwise
until the Front Panel key is able to be taken off.
Fig. 5.2b Closing the Front Panel
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5.3 Replenishing the Cash Cassette
1)
Open the Security Door.
(Please see 5-1 Opening and Closing the
Security Door)
2)
Push the cassette lock on the left side of
cassette handle with finger in order to pull
out cash cassette.
3)
With one hand holding the cash cassette
handle and the other hand supporting the
cash cassette from the bottom, pull it out
carefully.
4)
Pull the cash plate back until it is locked
against the cash plate latch.
Cash Plate
Cash Plate Latch
Fig. 5.3a Replenishing the Cash Cassette
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5)
Replenish the cash cassette.
(Refer to note below.)
Fig. 5.3a Replenishing the Cash Cassette
NOTE :
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4.
Fan the notes so that the notes do not stick together.
Remove all notes with holes or notes that are torn.
Unfold the folded notes.
Place the notes correctly.
Refer to Fig. 3.3b.
Fig. 5.3b Correct Loading of Cash
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6)
After replenishing the cash cassette, release
the cash plate latch and allow the cash plate
gradually take up its position behind the
notes.
7)
With one hand holding the cash cassette
handle and the other hand supporting the
cash cassette from the bottom, place the cash
cassette carefully on the set guide of the
Cash Dispensing Unit and push it in until it is
locked in place.
8)
Close the Security Door.
(See 5.1 Opening and Closing the Security
Door)
Fig. 5.3a Replenishing the Cash Cassette
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5.4
5. Operating Instructions
Emptying the Reject Bin
1)
Open the reject bin cover.
2)
Remove the notes in the reject bin.
3)
Close the reject bin cover.
Fig. 5.4 Emptying the Reject Bin
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5.5 Loading the Receipt Paper
1)
2)
Open the Front Panel.
(See 5-2 Opening and Closing the Front
Panel)
When there is some receipt roll paper left,
push down the head up lever and pull out the
end of paper.
Head Up Lever
Fig. 5.5a
3)
Loading the Receipt Paper
Prepare the new paper roll.
Refer to note below.
NOTE :
1. Make sure the roll is in it’s proper roll form. (A deformed roll may cause
jamming problems)
2. When replacing the new roll, make sure the end of the roll paper is
clean cut. (See Fig. 5.5b)
Fig. 5.5b Correct Shape of Roll Paper
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4)
Insert the Receipt Paper Rod in the middle of
the Receipt Roll and set the Roll on the Roll
deck. Then place the end of the paper into
the setting guide.
5)
When the paper is properly in place the
receipt printer will automatically load the
paper and will cut out one receipt.
NOTE : If there is any jammed paper
left over, the receipt printer will not
load the paper.
6)
Remove the receipt paper and close the Front
Panel. (See 5.3 Opening/Closing the Front
Panel)
Fig 5.5a Loading the Receipt Paper
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5. Operating Instructions
5.6 Additional Instructions (Option)
A. Electronic Combination Lock
Opening the Security Door
1) Turn the Security Cover key clockwise to open
the Security Cover.
2) To unlock the Electronic Lock, refer to the
Appendix B: Operating and Changing the
Electronic Combination Lock.
3) Turn the Security Door Handle counterclockwise, then pull the Security Door to open.
Fig.A-1 Opening the Security Door
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Closing the Security Door
1) With the Security Door Handle turned
counter-clockwise, close the Security Door
and turn the Security Door Handle clockwise
until it is locked. After close of security door,
the door will automatically lock in 5~6 seconds
2) With the Security Cover key turned clockwise,
close the Security Cover and turn the Security
Cover key counter-clockwise until it is locked.
Remove the key when it is locked.
Fig.A-2 Closing the Security Door
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B. Replenishing the Cash Cassette
1 ) Open the Security Door.
2 ) With one hand holding the cash cassette
handle and the other hand supporting the
cash cassette from the bottom, pull it out
carefully.
3 ) Place the cash cassette on a flat level
platform and turn the cassette key
clockwise to unlock the cash cassette
cover.
Then lift the cash cassette cover.
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4 ) Pull the cash plate back until it is locked
against the cash plate latch.
Cash Plate
Cash Plate Latch
5 ) Replenish the cash cassette.
(Take note as below.)
Fig. B-1 Replenishing the Cash Cassette
NOTE :
1. Fan the notes so that the notes do not stick together.
2. Remove all notes with holes or notes that are torn.
3. Unfold the folded notes.
4. Place the notes correctly.
Refer to Fig. 3.3b.
Fig. B-2 Correct Loading of Cash
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6) After replenishing the cash cassette, release
the cash plate latch and allow the cash plate
to gradually take up its position behind the
notes.
7 ) Close the cash cassette cover and turn the
cassette key counter-clockwise until it is
locked. Remove the key when it is locked.
NOTE :
I f the cash plate is not released, the
cassette cover will not close.
8 ) With one hand holding the cash cassette
handle and the other hand supporting the
cash cassette from the bottom, place the cash
cassette carefully on the set guide of the
Cash Dispensing Unit and push it in until it is
locked in place.
9 ) Close the Security Door.
Fig. B-3 Replenishing the Cash Cassette
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6. Operator Functions
Chapter 6. Operator Functions
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6. Operator Functions
6. Operator Functions
6.1 Basic System Operation
6.1.1 Accessing the Operator Function Menu
6.1.1.1 General Method
a. Turn on the Mini Bank 1500. The system will
automatically be initialized and run the status check
once when the Mini Bank 1500 is turned on. The
system will attempt to connect to the host.
b.
INSERT AND REMOVE
YOUR CARD QUICKLY
c.
d.
If the host connection is established, the display
will show “IN SERVICE” screen. Press the
CANCEL, CLEAR, ENTER key simultaneously
and then press 1, 2, 3 keys in order.
Enter the Operator Password and press ENTER. If
the wrong password is entered, the screen will be
back to “ENTER PASSWORD” screen. The
factory default Operator Password is “375876”.
If the correct password is entered, the
OPERATOR FUNCTION menu will be displayed.
Fig. 6.1.1.1 General Method
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6. Operator Functions
When an Error Occurs
a.
When an error occurs, please press CANCEL,
CLEAR, ENTER simultaneously and then press
1, 2, 3 in order.
Note: If the machine goes out of service, the error
code will not always appear on the screen. If you
do not see an error code, enter operator function
and go to reports. Look in the error summary for
error codes
Fig. 6.1.1.2
b.
“ENTER PASSWORD” will be displayed and enter
the Operator Password.
c.
When the screen is in current display, press the
OPERATOR FUNCTION key to access the
OPERATOR FUNCTION.
When an Error Occurs
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6.1.2 Ho w to Use Keypad
This section will explain the basic operation of the Keypad.
Fig. 6.1.2a Keypad
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The character on the current cursor position on the screen will
be selected.
Fig. 6.1.2b Keypad Character Table
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How to Enter the Character
a.
b.
c.
d.
e.
f.
g.
h.
i.
j.
The Keypad Character Table of Fig. 6.1.2b will appear on the bottom of the screen in
all keypad input screens.
F5 key gives the option for Alpha or Numeric, Table mode. Default is Alpha.
F6 key gives the option for Upper or Lowercase characters. It is valid only in the
Alpha mode. Default is Uppercase.
The input of characters is limited to the space provided.
Keys are in toggle fashion such as, when key “1” is pressed once it is “SPACE”,
pressed twice it is “Q”, pressed third time it is “Z” when in the Alpha mode. When
the desired character is selected, press ENTER.
, keys move the cursor position in the Alpha or Numeric mode. In the Table
mode , keys are used to select the character.
F1 key is used to clear the whole screen and returns the cursor to its initial position.
F2 key is used to clear the current line.
F3 key is used to ignore the changes and to exit.
F7 key is used to save the current changes and to exit.
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6.2 Settlement
The Settlement Function of the Operator Function includes the following :
DAY
TOTAL
CASSETTE
TOTAL
SUBTOTAL (TRIAL) DAY TOTAL
SUBTOTAL (TRIAL) CASSETTE TOTAL
ADD
CASSETTE #1
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6.2.1 Day total
Accessing the DAY TOTAL
Select ‘SETTLEMENT’ in the ‘OPERATOR
FUNCTION’ menu.
Select ‘DAY TOTAL’ in the SETTLEMENT menu.
After the information is downloaded from the processor,
the Day Total information will be printed from the
Receipt Printer. If the GOOD message appears, press
“ENTER”.
Fig. 6.2.1 DAY TOTAL
Function Description
The DAY TOTAL includes all information of the ATM terminal totals and the host totals.
If the host can not be connected, an “ERROR” message will be displayed and only the
ATM terminal totals will be printed without verification with the host. All information
will be deleted after the use of this function.
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6.2.2 Cassette total
Accessing the CASSETTE TOTAL
Select ‘SETTLEMENT’ in the ‘OPERATOR
FUNCTION’ menu.
Select ‘CASSETTE TOTAL’ in the SETTLEMENT
menu.
The Cassette Total information will be printed from the
Receipt Printer. If the GOOD message appears, press
“ENTER”.
Fig. 6.2.2 CASSETTE TOTAL
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Fig. 6.2.2 A sample print out
of CASSETTE TOTAL
Function Description
The CASSETTE TOTAL includes the total loaded number of bills in the cassette, the
normal dispensed amount, the number of rejected notes, the test dispensed amount and
the number of remaining notes, etc. since the last CASSETTE TOTAL was operated.
This will be printed from the Receipt Printer. All information will be deleted after the use
of this function.
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6.2.3 Sub total (Trial) day total
Accessing the SUBTOTAL(TRIAL) DAY TOTAL
Select ‘SETTLEMENT’ in the ‘OPERATOR
FUNCTION’ menu.
Select ‘SUBTOTAL(TRIAL) DAY TOTAL’ in the
SETTLEMENT menu.
SUBTOTAL
DAY TOTAL
GOOD
After the information is downloaded from the processor,
the Subtotal Day Total information will be printed from
the Receipt Printer. If the GOOD message appears,
press “ENTER”.
PRESS ENTER KEY
Fig. 6.2.3 SUBTOTAL DAY TOTAL
Function Description
The SUBTOTAL(TRIAL) DAY TOTAL function is used anytime to confirm the totals
since the last DAY TOTAL. It does the same function as the DAY TOTAL, except the
day total information is not cleared.
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6.2.4 Sub total(Trial) cassette total
Accessing the SUBTOTAL(TRIAL) CASSETTE TOTAL
Select ‘SETTLEMENT’ in the ‘OPERATOR
FUNCTION’ menu.
.Select ‘SUBTOTAL(TRIAL) CASSETTE TOTAL’ in
the SETTLEMENT menu
SUBTOTAL
CASSETTE TOTAL
The Subtotal Cassette Total information will be printed
from the Receipt Printer. If the GOOD message
appears, press “ENTER”.
GOOD
PRESS ENTER KEY
Fig. 6.2.4 SUBTOTAL CASSETTE TOTAL
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Fig. 6.2.4 A sample print out of SUBTOTAL CASSETTE TOTAL
Function Description
The SUBTOTAL(TRIAL) CASSETTE TOTAL function is used to check the amount
dispensed from the cassette since the last CASSETTE TOTAL was operated. It does the
same function as the CASSETTE TOTAL, except the cassette total information is not
cleared.
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6.2.5 Ad d cassette #1
Accessing the ADD CASSETTE #1
Select ‘ADD CASSETTE ’ in the SETTLEMENT
menu.
Set the number of bills loaded in the cassette.
NOTE : Enter the number of bills, NOT the amount of
cash.
Fig. 6.2.5 ADD CASSETTE
Function Description
The operator must set the additional number of bills being loaded into the cash cassette at
all times. After the use of CASSETTE TOTAL, the current number of bills will be reset to
“0”.
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6.3 Jo urnal
The Journal Function of the Operator Function includes the following:
PRINT
JOURNAL
LAST
X PRINT
VIEW
JOURNAL
CLEAR
JOURNAL
CLEAR TRANSACTION SEQUENCE NUMBER
JOURNAL DOWNLOAD
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6.3.1 Print journal
Accessing the PRINT JOURNAL
Select ‘JOURNAL’ in the OPERATOR FUNCTION
menu.
Select ‘PRINT JOURNAL’ in the JOURNAL menu.
Wait while the Journal data is being printed.
If the GOOD message appears, press “ENTER”.
Fig. 6.3.1 PRINT JOURNAL
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SEQUENC
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CARD DATA ; 2 115
06213
9109109
HOST DATE
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HOST TI ME ; 1 6:56:03
A VAI LABLE BAL;
£3456. 08
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DI SPENSED
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B ALANCE
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PROC COUNT ; 7
Fig. 6.3.1 A sample print out
of PRINT JOURNAL
Function Description
The PRINT JOURNAL function is used to automatically print out any journal entries
collected since the last time this command was operated.
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6.3.2 Last X print
Accessing the LAST X PRINT(PRINT)
Select ‘JOURNAL’ in the OPERATOR FUNCTION
menu.
Select ‘LAST X PRINT’ in the JOURNAL menu.
Select ‘PRINT’ in the LAST X PRINT menu.
Enter the number of records to be printed.
the Journal data is being printed.
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If the GOOD message appears, press “ENTER”.
Fig. 6.3.2 LAST X PRINT(PRINT)
Function Description
The LAST X PRINT(PRINT) function is used to reprint records for which the paper trail
has been lost or destroyed. Reprint certain range of journal data specified by X record
after they have been printed or cleared.
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Accessing the LAST X PRINT(CONDENSED JOURNAL)
Select ‘JOURNAL’ in the OPERATOR FUNCTION
menu.
Select ‘LAST X PRINT’ in the JOURNAL menu.
Select ‘CONDENSED JOURNAL’ in the LAST X
PRINT menu.
Enter the number of records to be printed.
the Journal data is being printed.
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If the GOOD message appears, press “ENTER”.
Fig. 6.3.2 LAST X PRINT(CONDENSED JOURNAL)
Function Description
The LAST X PRINT(CONDENSED JOURNAL) function is used to reprint condensed
records for which the paper trail has been lost or destroyed. Reprint as condensed certain
range of journal data specified by X record after they have been printed or cleared.
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6.3.3 View journal
Accessing the VIEW JOURNAL
Select ‘JOURNAL’ in the OPERATOR FUNCTION
menu.
Select ‘VIEW JOURNAL’ in the JOURNAL menu.
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SEQUENCE NO ; 0002
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UNT FROM ; CHECKING
CARD DATA ; 21150621
39109109
HOST DATE
; 24/07/2003
HOST TI ME
; 16:56:03
AVAILABLEBAL;
£3456.08
RETRIE VALNO ; 000001
03094
8
AUDI T NO
; 030948
NET I D
; 56
+50
on the screen.
Fig. 6.3.3 VIEW JOURNAL
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E; 24/07/200
3 +50
SURCHAR
FE
; £
1. 25
REQUESTED
; £
40.00
DI SPENSED
; £
40.00
B ALANCE
; £458990. 00
PROC COUNT ; 7
Fig. 6.3.3 VIEW JOURNAL
Function Description
The VIEW JOURNAL function is used to display the journal data in the LCD screen.
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6.3.4 Clear journal
Accessing the CLEAR JOURNAL
Select ‘JOURNAL’ in the OPERATOR FUNCTION
menu.
Select ‘CLEAR JOURNAL’ in the JOURNAL menu.
The pointer of Journal data to print will be reset.
CLEAR J OURNAL ?
YES OR NO
Fig. 6.3.4 CLEAR JOURNAL
Function Description
The CLEAR JOURNAL function is used to mark all records not printed in the journal.
Journal records are not erased. They are marked as if they had been printed.
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6.3.5 Clear tran. sequence NO.
Accessing the CLEAR TRAN. SEQUENCE NO.
Select ‘JOURNAL’ in the OPERATOR FUNCTION
menu.
Select ‘CLEAR TRAN. SEQUENCE NO.’ in the
JOURNAL menu.
CLEAR
SEQUENCE # ?
YES OR NO
Fig. 6.3.5 CLEAR TRAN. SEQUENCE NO.
Function Description
The CLEAR TRAN. SEQUENCE NO. function is used to reset the transaction serial
number as “1”.
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6.3.6 Journal download
Accessing the JOURNAL DOWN LOAD
Select ‘JOURNAL’ in the OPERATOR FUNCTION
menu.
Select ‘JOURNAL DOWNLOAD’ in the JOURNAL
menu.
Fig. 6.3.6 JOURNAL DOWNLOAD
Function Description
The JOURNAL DOWNLOAD function is not used currently.
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6.4 Report
The Report function of the Operator Function includes the following :
ERROR CODE
MEMORY DUMP
S/W VERSION
PRINT ALL SETUP
ERROR SUMMARY
STATISTICS
REJECT ANALYSIS
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6.4.1 Error code
Accessing the ERROR CODE
Select ‘REPORT’ in the OPERATOR FUNCTION
menu.
Select ‘ERROR CODE’ in the REPORT menu.
The Error code, description and corrective action will
be displayed.
Fig. 6.4.1 ERROR CODE
Function Description
The ERROR CODE includes all error codes, descriptions and corrective actions. If an
error occurs, the current error code will be displayed. To search the error code, use
,key.
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6.4.2 Memor y dump
Accessing the MEMORY DUMP
Select ‘REPORT’ in the OPERATOR FUNCTION
menu.
Select ‘MEMORY DUMP’ in the REPORT menu.
Dumped memory data will be displayed.
Fig. 6.4.2 MEMORY DUMP
Function Description
The MEMORY DUMP function is used to display the dumped memory data.
command is for use by the service engineers.
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6.4.3 S/W version
Accessing the S/W VERSION
Select ‘REPORT’ in the OPERATOR FUNCTION
menu.
Select ‘S/W VERSION’ in the REPORT menu.
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To print the Software Version information, press
“ENTER”.
Fig. 6.4.3 S/W VERSION
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Software version will be printed from the receipt printer.
Fig. 6.4.3 S/W VERSION
Function Description
The S/W VERSION function is used to display each software version of system.
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6.4.4 Print all setup
Accessing the PRINT ALL SETUP
Select ‘REPORT’ in the OPERATOR FUNCTION
menu.
Select ‘PRINT ALL SETUP’ in the REPORT menu.
All setup parameters will be printed from the Receipt
Printer. If the GOOD message appears, press
“ENTER”.
Fig. 6.4.4
PRINT ALL SETUP
Function Description
The PRINT ALL SETUP function is used to print all parameters of the system.
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6.4.5 Error sum
Accessing the ERROR SUMMARY
Select ‘REPORT’ in the OPERATOR FUNCTION
menu.
Select ‘ERROR SUM’ in the REPORT menu.
The error summary data will be displayed.
Press “PRINT” key to print the Error Sum Data.
Fig. 6.4.5 ERROR SUMMARY
Function Description
The ERROR SUM function is used to display the error code and number of times the error
occurred since the last ERROR SUM CLEAR. Therefore an operator can know which
error occurs frequently and with this function it is useful for preventive maintenance. To
clear all data, press “CLEAR”.
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6.4.6 Statistics
Accessing the STATISTICS
Select ‘REPORT’ in the OPERATOR FUNCTION
menu.
Select ‘STATISTICS’ in the Report Menu.
Statistics data will be displayed.
Press “ENTER” key to print data.
Fig. 6.4.6 STATISTICS
Function Description
The STATISTICS displays all transaction statistics data.
“CLEAR”.
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6.4.7 Reject analysis
Accessing the REJECT ANALYSIS
Select ‘REPORT’ in the OPERATOR FUNCTION
menu.
Select ‘REJECT ANALYSIS’ in the REPORT menu.
Reject Analysis data will be displayed.
Press “PRINT” key to print data.
Fig. 6.4.7 REJECT ANALYSIS
Function Description
The REJECT ANALYSIS function includes the analysis for the reason of the note reject
and it is useful for the preventive maintenance.
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6.5 Diagnostics
The Diagnostic function of Operator Function includes the following:
INITIALIZE
RECEIPT PRINTER
CASH DISPENSER
MODEM
CARD
SCAN
KEY MATRIX
SENSOR
AGING
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Changing the TEST COUNT
The TEST COUNT means the number of test.
If you want to change the test count, press “CLEAR”
then input the test count and press “ENTER”.
If you input ‘0 (zero)’, the test count will be changed to
unlimited.
Fig. 6.5 CHANGING THE TEST COUNT
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6.5.1 Initialize
Accessing the INITIALIZE
Select ‘DIAGNOSTICS’ in the OPERATOR
FUNCTION.
Select the ‘INITIALIZE’ in the DIAGNOSTICS menu.
All units will be initialized.
When the ATM is in the normal state, the GOOD
message will be displayed.
Fig. 6.5.1 INITIALIZE
Function Description
The INITIALIZE has the function of resetting each unit of the Mini Bank 1500. If an
error occurs while executing, the system will stop and display an error code. Confirm the
detailed error description in the ERROR CODE of REPORT MENU.
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6.5.2 Receipt printer
Accessing the RECEIPT PRINTER
Select ‘DIAGNOSTICS’ in the OPERATOR
FUNCTION.
Select the ‘RECEIPT PRINTER’ in the DIAGNOSTICS
menu.
Test String will be printed from the receipt printer.
When the ATM is in the normal state, the GOOD
message will be displayed.
Fig. 6.5.2 RECEIPT PRINTER
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Fig. 6.5.2 A Sample of the print out from
the RECEIPT PRINTER TEST
Function Description
The RECEIPT PRINTER has the function of printing a sample receipt and cutting out one
receipt. If an error occurs while executing, the system will stop and display an error code.
Confirm the detailed error description in the 4.4.1 ERROR CODE of REPORT MENU.
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6.5.3 Cash dispenser
Accessing the CASH DISPENSER
Select ‘DIAGNOSTICS’ in the OPERATOR
FUNCTION.
Select the ‘CASH DISPENSER’ in the DIAGNOSTICS
menu.
The CASH DISPENSER test will be performed.
When the ATM is normal state, the GOOD message
will be displayed.
Fig. 6.5.3 CASH DISPENSING UNIT
Function Description
The CASH DISPENSER has the function of testing the dispense mechanisms. This
function will dispense one note from the cassette and dump into the reject bin. If an error
occurs, the system will stop and display an error code. Confirm the detailed error
description in the ERROR CODE of REPORT MENU.
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6.5.4 Modem
Accessing the MODEM
Select ‘DIAGNOSTICS’ in the OPERATOR
FUNCTION.
Select the ‘MODEM’ in the DIAGNOSTICS menu.
The MODEM TEST will be displayed.
Fig. 6.5.4 MODEM
Function Description
The MODEM has the function of testing the modem for any errors. When the phone
number input is displayed after pressing the TEST DIAL key, input the desired phone
number. The TEST DIAL function is used to check the function of the modem dial. The
MODEM HANGUP function is used to hang-up the dialing after using TEST DIAL. If an
error occurs, the system will stop and display an error code. Confirm the error description
in the ERROR CODE MENU.
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6.5.5 Card scan
Accessing the CARD SCAN
Select ‘DIAGNOSTICS’ in the OPERATOR
FUNCTION.
Select ‘CARD SCAN’ in the DIAGNOSTICS menu.
And if the display is ready, please insert and remove the
card quickly.
The card data will be displayed.
Fig. 6.5.5 CARD SCAN
Function Description
The CARD SCAN has the function of testing the magnetic stripe reader and the card itself.
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6.5.6 Key matrix
Accessing the KEY MATRIX
Select ‘DIAGNOSTICS’ in the OPERATOR
FUNCTION.
Select 'KEY MATRIX' in the DIAGNOSTICS menu.
Select the desired key to be tested and the key being
pressed will blink on the display.
Fig. 6.5.6 KEY MATRIX
Function Description
The KEY MATRIX has the function of testing the key pad.
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6.5.7 Sensor
Accessing the SENSOR
Select ‘DIAGNOSTICS’ in the OPERATOR
FUNCTION.
Select 'SENSOR' in the DIAGNOSTICS menu.
All SENSOR data will be displayed.
Fig. 6.5.7 SENSOR
Function Description
The SENSOR has the function of testing if all the sensors are in proper working condition.
The sensors are tested by turning the sensors on and off.
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6.5.8 Aging
Accessing the AGING
Select ‘DIAGNOSTICS’ in the OPERATOR
FUNCTION.
Select ‘AGING’ in the ‘DIAGNOSTICS’ menu.
All units will be tested unlimitedly.
When you press “CANCEL” key, the testing will be
stopped.
Fig. 6.5.8 AGING
Function Description
The AGING function is only used at the factory. All units will be tested unlimitedly.
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6.6 CUSTOMER SETUP
The Customer Setup function of the OPERATOR MENU includes the
following :
CHANGE MESSAGE
WELCOME MESSAGE
RECEIPT HEADER
BIN LIST
SURCHARGE MODE
ADVERTISEMENT
OPTIONAL FUNCTION
RECEIPT SETUP
TRANS. OPTION
CONFIG CODE SET
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6.6.1 Change message
6.6.1.1 WELCOME MESSAGE
Accessing the WELCOME MESSAGE
Select the 'CUSTOMER SETUP' in the OPERATOR
FUNCTION menu.
Select the 'CHANGE MESSAGE' in the CUSTOMER
SETUP menu.
Select the 'WELCOME MESSAGE' in the CHANGE
MESSAGE menu.
Fig. 6.6.1.1 WELCOME MESSAGE
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You can edit the welcome message.
Please refer to 6.1.2 How to use keypad.
Fig. 6.6.1.1 WELCOME MESSAGE
Function Description
The WELCOME MESSAGE function is used to edit the welcome text in “INSERT AND
REMOVE YOUR CARD QUICKLY” screen. The factory default message is
“WELCOME!!!”.
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6.6.1.2 RECEIPT HEADER
Accessing the RECEIPT HEADER
Select the 'CUSTOMER SETUP' in the OPERATOR
FUNCTION menu.
Select the 'CHANGE MESSAGE' in the CUSTOMER
SETUP menu.
Select the ‘RECEIPT HEADER’ in the CHANGE
MESSAGE menu.
Fig. 6.6.1.2 RECEIPT HEADER
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You can edit the RECEIPT HEADER.
Please refer to 5.1.2 How to use keypad.
Fig. 6.6.1.2 RECEIPT HEADER
Function Description
The RECEIPT HEADER function is used to edit the message at the header of receipt.
The factory default message is none.
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6.6.2 Bin list
Accessing the BIN LIST
Select the 'CUSTOMER SETUP' in the OPERATOR
FUNCTION menu.
Select the ‘BIN LIST' in the CUSTOMER SETUP menu.
The BIN LIST menu will be displayed.
Fig. 6.6.2 BIN LIST
Function Description
The BIN LIST function is used to register bank lists and give bin codes not to surcharge the
additional fee. But it is necessary to confirm the connected host because according to the
host it can be used or not. After designating the INDEX, input a bin code with using
“EDIT BIN LIST”.
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6.6.3 Surcharge mode
Accessing the SURCHARGE MODE
Select the 'CUSTOMER SETUP' in the OPERATOR
FUNCTION menu.
Select the 'SURCHARGE MODE' in the CUSTOMER
SETUP menu.
The SURCHARGE MODE menu will be displayed.
If you press the ENABLE key, it will be enabled as
displayed.
Fig. 6.6.3 SURCHARGE MODE
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If you press the AMOUNT key, you can enter the
desired surcharge amount.
If you press the SURCHARGE OWNER key, you can
enter the owner’s name with keypad. Please refer to
5.1.2 How to use keypad.
Fig. 6.6.3 SURCHARGE MODE
Function Description
The SURCHARGE MODE includes the function to enable or disable the surcharge
warning screen, setting the surcharge amount and surcharge owner. When the surcharge
mode is disabled, the surcharge warning message will not be displayed and when the
surcharge mode is enabled, the surcharge amount and owner name will be displayed in the
surcharge warning screen. The factory default is disabled mode, surcharge amount is
£0.00 and the surcharge owner is none.
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6.6.4 Advertisement
Accessing the ADVERTISEMENT
Select the 'CUSTOMER SETUP' in the OPERATOR
FUNCTION menu.
Select the 'ADVERTISEMENT' in the CUSTOMER
SETUP menu.
The ADVERTISEMENT menu will be displayed.
If you press the PRIMARY SCREEN key, the
PRIMARY SCREEN will be displayed.
Select the 'SCREEN #1' in the PRIMARY SCREEN
MENU.
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If you press the ENABLE/DISABLE key, it will be
changed to be enabled or disabled.
Select the 'SCREEN TITLE key' in the PRIMARY
SCREEN MENU.
If you press the SCREEN TITLE key, you can enter the
desired advertisement message. Please refer to 5.1.2
How to use keypad.
If you press the TIMER key, you can input the desired
refreshing timer of advertisement text.
Function Description
The ADVERTISEMENT function is used to set the advertisement message displayed
during idle time, such as “INSERT AND REMOVE YOUR CARD QUICKLY” and
“PLEASE WAIT CONNECTING”. The factory default is disabled mode, 3 seconds and
no message. But if there is no message, “HAVE A NICE DAY” will be displayed in the
bottom of screen.
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6.6.5 Optional function
Accessing the OPTIONAL FUNCTION
Select the 'CUSTOMER SETUP' in the OPERATOR
FUNCTION menu.
Select the 'OPTIONAL FUNCTION' in the
CUSTOMER SETUP menu.
Select the ‘PRE DIALING’ in the OPTIONAL
FUNCTION menu.
If you press the PRE DIALING key, you can change the
desired pre-dialing mode.
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If you Select the ‘SELECT RECEIPT’ in the OPTIONAL
FUNCTION MENU, it will be changed to be enabled or
disabled.
Function Description
The ‘OPTIONAL FUNCTION’ function is used to set PRE-DIALING and set RECEIPT.
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6.6.6 Trans. option
Accessing the TRANS. OPTION
Select the 'CUSTOMER SETUP' in the OPERATOR
FUNCTION menu.
Select the 'TRANS. OPTION' in the CUSTOMER
SETUP menu.
If you press the 'CREDIT CARD’ and ‘SAVINGS’ key,
it will be changed to be enabled or disabled.
Function Description
The ‘CREDIT CARD’ and ‘SAVINGS’ functions are used to set Account.
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6.6.7 Config code set
Accessing the CONFIG CODE SET
Select the 'CUSTOMER SETUP' in the OPERATOR
FUNCTION menu.
Select the ‘CONFIG CODE SET’ in the CUSTOMER
SETUP menu.
CREDIT CARD
SAVINGS
PLEASE ENTER
Insert the desired Terminal Configuration Number
.and press ENTER key.
TERMINAL CONFIG NO.
[
]
THEN PRESS ENTER
Function Description
The ‘TERMINAL CONFIG NO’ function is used to set Terminal Configuration Number.
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6.7 System setup
The SYSTEM SETUP function of the OPERATOR FUNCTION includes the
following:
SET CLOCK
ISO #1, #2, #3 EN/DISABLE
LANGUAGE EN/DISABLE
CHANGE PASSWORD
MODEM
MODEM SETUP
DIAL MODE
MODEM SPEED
SPEAKER OUT
INITIAL STRING
MODEM TEST
RMS RING COUNT
SPEAKER VOLUME
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6.7.1 Set clock
Accessing the SET CLOCK
Select the ‘SYSTEM SETUP’ in the OPERATOR
FUNCTION menu.
Select the ‘SET CLOCK’ in the SYSTEM SETUP menu.
The SET CLOCK menu will be displayed.
Fig. 6.7.1 SET CLOCK
Function Description
The SET CLOCK function is used to set the date and clock. When the “SECOND” key is
pressed, the second will be reset to “0”.
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6.7.2
6. Operator Functions
ISO #1, #2, #3 en/disable
Accessing the ISO #1, #2, #3 EN/DISABLE
Select the ‘SYSTEM SETUP’ in the OPERATOR
FUNCTION menu.
Select the ‘ISO #1, #2, #3 EN/DISABLE’ in the
SYSTEM SETUP menu.
If you press the ISO #1, #2, #3 key, it will be changed
to be enabled or disabled.
Fig. 6.7.2 ISO #1, #2, #3 EN/DISABLE
Function Description
The ISO #1, #2, #3 EN/DISABLE includes the function to enable or disable the ISO
warning screen. Each key will be changed to be enabled or disabled.
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6.7.3 Lan guage en/disable
Accessing the LANGUAGE EN/DISABLE
Select the ‘SYSTEM SETUP’ in the OPERATOR
FUNCTION menu.
Select the ‘LANGUAGE EN/DISABLE’ in the
SYSTEM SETUP menu.
If you press the ENGLISH or SPANISH or KOREAN
or JAPANSE key, it will be changed to be enabled or
disabled.
Fig. 6.7.3 LANGUAGE EN/DISABLE
Function Description
The LANGUAGE EN/DISABLE key includes the function to enable or disable the
LANGUAGE warning screen. Each key will be changed to be enabled or disabled.
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6.7.4 Change password
Accessing the CHANGE PASSWORD
Select the ‘SYSTEM SETUP’ in the OPERATOR
FUNCTION menu.
Select the ‘CHANGE PASSWORD’ in the SYSTEM
SETUP menu.
Select the ‘MASTER PASSWORD’ or the
‘OPERATOR PASSWORD’ or the ‘SERVICE
PASSWORD’ in the CHANGE PASSWORD.
Enter the current Operator Password.
Fig. 6.7.4 CHANGE PASSWORD
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Enter the new Operator Password or the new Master
Password.
Enter the new Operator Password or the new Master
Password again.
The password will be changed.
Fig. 6.7.4 CHANGE PASSWORD
Function Description
The CHANGE PASSWORD function is used to change the Operator Password.
The factory default Operator Password is “159951”..
The factory default Master Password is “375876”..
The factory default Service Password is “965733”.
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6.7.5 Modem
6.7.5.1 MODEM SETUP
1)
DIAL MODE
Accessing the DIAL MODE
Select the ‘SYSTEM SETUP’ in the OPERATOR
FUNCTION menu.
Select the ‘MODEM’ in the SYSTEM SETUP menu.
Select the ‘MODEM SETUP’ in the MODEM menu.
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When the DIAL MODE is pressed , the DIAL MODE
will be changed to DTMF or PULSE.
Fig. 6.7.5.1.1 DIAL MODE
Function Description
The DIAL MODE function is used to change the Dial Mode to touch-tone mode(DTMF) or
rotary mode(PULSE). Consult with the local phone company to determine which option
is supported. The factory default is DTMF.
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2) Modem speed
Accessing the MODEM SPEED
Select the ‘SYSTEM SETUP’ in the OPERATOR
FUNCTION menu.
Select the ‘MODEM’ in the SYSTEM SETUP menu.
Select the ‘MODEM SETUP’ in the MODEM menu.
Select the ‘MODEM SPEED’ in the MODEM SETUP
menu.
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The Modem Speed can be changed from 300bps up to
56,600bps.
Fig. 6.7.5.1..2 MODEM SPEED
Function Description
The MODEM SPEED function is used to set the modem connecting speed with the host.
The factory default speed is 2400bps.
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3) Speaker out
Accessing the SPEAKER OUT
Select the ‘SYSTEM SETUP’ in the OPERATOR
FUNCTION menu.
Select the ‘MODEM’ in the SYSTEM SETUP menu.
Select the ‘MODEM SETUP’ in the MODEM MENU.
Select the ‘SPEAKER OUT’ in the MODEM SETUP
menu.
When you press the Speaker Out key, you can change
speaker out on or off.
Fig. 6.7.5.1.3 SPEAKER OUT
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Function Description
The SPEAKER OUT function is used to change the speaker out on or off at the modem dial
connection. Service Personnel can check the dialing if it is normal or abnormal with this
function in the speaker out on state. The factory default is OFF.
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4) Initial string
Accessing the INITIAL STRING
Select the ‘SYSTEM SETUP’ in the OPERATOR
FUNCTION menu.
Select the ‘MODEM’ in the SYSTEM SETUP menu.
Select the ‘MODEM SETUP’ in the MODEM menu.
Select the ‘INITIAL STRING’ in the MODEM SETUP
menu.
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Enter the desired modem initial string.
Please refer to 6.1.2 How to use keypad.
Fig. 6.7.5.1..4 INITIAL STRING
Function Description
The INITIAL STRING function is used to edit the Modem Initial String when the special
circumstances require a nonstandard Modem Initial String. The factory default is
AT&F&C1. Before edit the Initial String, consult with Service Personnel.
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6.7.5.2 Modem test
Accessing the MODEM TEST
Select the ‘SYSTEM SETUP’ in the OPERATOR
FUNCTION menu
Select the ‘MODEM’ in the SYSTEM SETUP menu.
The modem will be started to test.
Select the ‘MODEM TEST’ in the MODEM menu.
If the GOOD message appears, press “ENTER”.
Fig. 6.7.5.2 MODEM TEST
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Function Description
The MODEM TEST function is used to perform the modem reset test.
When the error is occurred, contact the Service Personnel.
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6.7.6 RMS ring count
Accessing the RMS RING COUNT
Select the ‘SYSTEM SETUP’ in the OPERATOR
FUNCTION menu.
Select the ‘RMS RING COUNT’ in the SYSTEM
SETUP menu.
Input the RMS RING COUNT and press ‘ENTER’.
Fig. 6.7.8 RMS RING COUNT
Function Description
When RMS calls to ATM, ATM will answer to RMS after ringing as RMS RING COUNT.
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6.7.7 Speaker volume
Accessing the SPEAKER VOLUME
Select the ‘SYSTEM SETUP’ in the OPERATOR
FUNCTION menu.
Select the ‘SPEAKER VOLUME’ in the SYSTEM
SETUP menu.
Set your speaker volume with using ,key.
Fig. 6.7.2 SPEAKER VOLUME
Function Description
The SPEAKER VOLUME function is used to set the speaker volume.
,key an operator can hear the beep sound.
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6.8 Host setup
The HOST SETUP function of the OPERATOR FUNCTION includes the
following:
KEY MANAGEMENT
MASTER KEY INDEX
CH ECK MASTER KEY
EDIT MASTER KEY
SET
MASTER KEY SERIAL NUMBER
TELEPHONE NUMBER
ID SETUP
TERMINAL
NUMBER
ROUTING ID
NET.
USER ADDR
HEARTBEAT INTERVAL MESSAGE
CONNECT TIMER 60 SECOND
REMOTE MONITOR
RMS EN/DISABLE
RMS
STATUS SEND EN/DISABLE
PASSWORD
REMOTE PHONE
MODEM SPEED
COMM. KEY D/N
CLOSE TIME
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6. Operator Functions
6.8.1 Key management
6.8.1.1 Master key index
Accessing the MASTER KEY INDEX
Select the ‘HOST SETUP’ in the OPERATOR
FUNCTION menu.
Select the ‘KEY MANAGEMENT’ in the HOST
SETUP menu.
Select the ‘MASTER KEY INDEX’ in the KEY
MANAGEMENT menu.
Enter the Master Key Index.
Fig. 6.8.1.1 MASTER KEY INDEX
Function Description
The MASTER KEY INDEX function is used to set the Master Key Index.
The range is 0 to 15.
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6.8.1.2 Check master key
Accessing the CHECK MASTER KEY
Select the ‘HOST SETUP’ in the OPERATOR
FUNCTION menu.
Select the ‘KEY MANAGEMENT’ in the HOST
SETUP menu.
Select the ‘CHECK MASTER KEY’ in the KEY
MANAGEMENT menu.
Fig. 6.8.1.2 CHECK MASTER KEY
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It will display the check sum of all injected master key.
Fig. 6.8.1.2 CHECK MASTER KEY
Function Description
The CHECK MASTER KEY function is used to display the check sum of all injected
Master Key. The master key which is displayed as “_______” means it is in empty state.
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6.8.1.3 Edit master key
Accessing the EDIT MASTER KEY
Select the ‘HOST SETUP’ in the OPERATOR
FUNCTION menu.
Select the ‘KEY MANAGEMENT’ in the HOST
SETUP menu.
Select the ‘EDIT MASTER KEY’ in the KEY
MANAGEMENT menu.
Select the ‘MASTER KEY PART1’ or ‘MASTER KEY
PART2’ in the EDIT MASTER KEY menu.
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Enter the master key index.
Enter the Master Key PART 1.
Verify the Master Key PART 1.
Enter the Master Key PART 2
Fig. 6.8.1.3 EDIT MASTER KEY
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Verify the Master Key PART 2.
After inputting the Master Key, the check sum will be
displayed. Press “ENTER” after confirming the check
sum.
Fig. 6.8.1.3 EDIT MASTER KEY
Function Description
The EDIT MASTER KEY function is used to enter the Master Key.
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6.8.1.4 Set master key serial number
Accessing the SET MASTER KEY SERIAL NUMBER
Select the ‘HOST SETUP’ in the OPERATOR
FUNCTION menu.
Select the ‘KEY MANAGEMENT’ in the HOST
SETUP menu.
Select the ‘MASTER KEY SERIAL NUMBER’ in the
KEY MANAGEMENT menu.
And insert serial number.
Fig. 6.8.1.4 MASTER KEY SERIAL NUMBER
Function Description
The MASTER KEY SERIAL NUMBER function is used to insert the ATM machine
number for RMS (Mono : 1400000001 ~ 1499999999, Color : 1500000001 ~ 1599999999).
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6.8.2 Telephone number
Accessing the TELEPHONE NUMBER
Select the ‘HOST SETUP’ in the OPERATOR
FUNCTION menu.
Select the ‘TELEPHONE NUMBER’ in the HOST
SETUP menu.
Select the ‘HOST PHONE #1’ in the TELEPHONE
NUMBER menu.
Enter the Host Phone number 1.
Please refer to 5.1.2 How to use keypad.
Fig. 6.8.2 TELEPHONE NUMBER
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Select the ‘HOST PHONE #2’ in the TELEPHONE
NUMBER MENU.
Enter the Host Phone number 2.
Please refer to 5.1.2 how to use keypad.
Fig. 6.8.2 TELEPHONE NUMBER
Function Description
The TELEPHONE NUMBER function is used to enter the Primary Telephone Number and
the Back-up Telephone number of the host.
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6.8.3 ID setup
6.8.3.1 Terminal number
Accessing the TERMINAL NUMBER
Select the ‘HOST SETUP’ in the OPERATOR
FUNCTION menu.
Select the ‘ID SETUP’ in the HOST SETUP menu.
Select the ‘TERMINAL NUMBER’ in the ID SETUP
menu.
Enter the Terminal Number.
Please refer to 5.1.2 how to use keypad.
Fig. 6.8.3 TERMINAL NUMBER
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Function Description
The TERMINAL NUMBER function is used to set the Terminal Number of Mini Bank
1500.
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6.8.3.2 Routing ID
Accessing the ROUTING ID
Select the ‘HOST SETUP’ in the OPERATOR
FUNCTION menu.
Select the ‘ID SETUP’ in the HOST SETUP menu.
Select the ‘ROUTING ID’ in the ID SETUP menu.
Enter the desired Routing ID number.
Please refer to 5.1.2 How to use keypad.
Fig. 6.8.4 ROUTING ID
Function Description
The ROUTING ID function is used to set the Routing ID Number of Mini Bank 1500.
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6.8.3.3 Net user addr.
Accessing the NET. USER ADDR
Select the ‘HOST SETUP’ in the OPERATOR
FUNCTION menu.
Select the ‘ID SETUP’ in the HOST SETUP menu.
Select the ‘NET. USER ADDR’ in the ID SETUP menu.
Enter the desired NET. USER ADDR number.
Please refer to 5.1.2 How to use keypad.
Fig. 6.8.5 NET. USER ADDR
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Function Description
The NET. USER ADDR function is used to set the NETWORK USER ADDRESS Number
of Mini bank 1500.
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6.8.4 Heartbeat interval message
Accessing the HEARTBEAT INTERVAL MESSAGE
Select the ‘HOST SETUP’ in the OPERATOR
FUNCTION menu.
Select the ‘HEARTBEAT INTERVAL MESSAGE’ in
the HOST SETUP menu.
Select the ‘HOST SEND’ and ‘MESSAGE SEND
INTERVAL’ in the HEARTBEAT INTERVAL
MESSAGE menu.
Fig. 6.8.6 HEARTBEAT INTERVAL MESSAGE
Function Description
The HOST SEND function is used to set HOST SEND MESSAGE to be enabled or
disabled.
The MESSAGE SEND INTERVAL function is used to set INTERVAL TIME.
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6.8.5 Connect timer 60 second
Accessing the CONNECT TIMER 60 SECOND
Select the ‘HOST SETUP’ in the OPERATOR
FUNCTION menu.
Select the ‘CONNECT TIMER 60 SECOND’ in the
HOST SETUP menu. After inputting the timer
parameter, press “ENTER”.
Fig. 6.8.7 CONNECT TIMER
Function Description
The CONNECT TIMER 60 SECOND function is used to set the waiting timer during
connecting to the host. After powering on the machine, the machine will try to connect to
the host. However when the machine fails to connect to the host, it will wait for a while
and will attempt to connect again. This function is used to set the waiting time. The
factory default is 60 second.
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6.8.6 Remote monitor
6.8.6.1 RMS EN/DISABLE
Accessing the RMS EN/DISABLE
Select the ‘HOST SETUP’ in the OPERATOR
FUNCTION menu.
Select the ‘REMOTE MONITOR’ in the HOST SETUP
menu.
Select the ‘RMS EN/DISABLE’ in the REMOTE
MONITOR menu.
Fig. 6.8.6.1 RMS EN/DISABLE
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When you press the RMS EN/DISABLE key, it will be
changed to to be enabled or disabled.
Fig. 6.8.6.1
RMS EN/DISABLE
Function Description
The RMS(Remote Management System) EN/DISABLE function is used to connect with
the RMS mode in enabled or in disabled. The factory default is disabled.
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6.8.6.2 RMS status send en/disable
Accessing the RMS STATUS SEND EN/DISABLE
Select the ‘HOST SETUP’ in the OPERATOR
FUNCTION menu.
Select the ‘REMOTE MONITOR’ in the HOST SETUP
menu.
Select the ‘RMS STATUS SEND EN/DISABLE’ in the
REMOTE MONITOR menu.
Fig. 6.8.6.2 RMS STATUS SEND EN/DISABLE
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When you press the RMS STATUS SEND
EN/DISABLE key, it will be changed to be enabled or
disabled.
Fig. 6.8.6.2 RMS STATUS SEND EN/DISABLE
Function Description
The RMS(Remote Management System) STATUS SEND EN/DISABLE function is used
to send Mini Bank 1500 status to the RMS when Mini Bank 1500 status is changed.
The factory default is disabled.
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6.8.6.3
6. Operator Functions
Password
Accessing the PASSWORD
Select the ‘HOST SETUP’ in the OPERATOR
FUNCTION menu.
Select the ‘REMOTE MONITOR’ in the HOST SETUP
menu.
Select the ‘PASSWORD’ in the REMOTE MONITOR
menu.
Fig. 6.8.6.3 PASSWORD
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Enter the MASTER Password.
Enter the new RMS Password.
Enter the new RMS Password again.
The password will be changed.
Fig. 6.8.6.3 PASSWORD
Function Description
The PASSWORD function is used to set the RMS password to connect to Mini Bank 1500
from RMS. The factory default RMS Password is “111111”.
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6.8.6.4 Remote phone
Accessing the REMOTE PHONE
Select the ‘HOST SETUP’ in the OPERATOR
FUNCTION menu.
Select the ‘REMOTE MONITOR’ in the HOST SETUP
menu.
Select the ‘REMOTE PHONE #1’ in the REMOTE
MONITOR menu.
Fig. 6.8.6.4 REMOTE PHONE
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Enter the first Remote Phone number.
Please refer to 5.1.2 How to use keypad.
Select the ‘REMOTE PHONE #2’ in the REMOTE
MONITOR menu.
Enter the second Remote Phone number 2.
Please refer to 5.1.2 How to use keypad.
Fig. 6.8.6.4 REMOTE PHONE
Function Description
The REMOTE PHONE function is used to input the RMS Primary Telephone Number and
the Back-up Telephone Number.
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6.8.6.5
6. Operator Functions
Modem speed
Accessing the MODEM SPEED
Select the ‘HOST SETUP’ in the OPERATOR
FUNCTION menu.
Select the ‘REMOTE MONITOR’ in the HOST SETUP
menu.
When you press the MODEM SPEED key, the speed
will be changed to 300bps up to 56,600bps.
Fig. 6.8.6.5 MODEM SPEED
Function Description
The MODEM SPEED function is used to set the Modem speed of RMS and Mini Bank
1500.
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6.8.7 Co mm. key D/N
Accessing the COMM. KEY D/N
Select the ‘HOST SETUP’ in the OPERATOR
FUNCTION menu.
Select the ‘COMM. KEY D/N’ in the HOST SETUP
menu.
If you press ‘COMM. KEY D/N’ key, it will receive a
working key from host.
Fig. 6.8.7 COMM. KEY D/N
Function Description
The COMM. KEY D/N function is used to set working key.
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6.8.8 Close time
Accessing the CLOSE TIME
Select the ‘HOST SETUP’ in the OPERATOR
FUNCTION menu.
Select the ‘CLOSE TIME’ in the HOST SETUP menu.
If you press ‘AUTO DAY TOTAL’ key, it will be
changed to be enabled or disabled.
If you press ‘SET CLOSE TIME’ key, it will set close
time.
Fig. 5.8.8 AUTO DAY TOTAL
Function Description
The AUTO DAY TOTAL function is used to run automatic action of DAY TOTAL.
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6.9 Transaction Setup
The TRANSACTION SETUP function of the OPERATOR FUNCTION
includes the following:
DISPENSE LIMIT
DENOMINATION
FAST CASH
CURRENCY LOW CHECK
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6.9.1 Dispense limit
Accessing the DISPENSE LIMIT
Select the ‘TRANSACTION SETUP’ in the
OPERATOR FUNCTION menu.
Enter the desired dispense limit after pressing the
Dispense Limit screen key.
Fig. 6.9.1 DISPENSE LIMIT
Function Description
The DISPENSE LIMIT function is used to set the maximum amount of notes that can be
dispensed per transaction. The maximum amount must be multiples of denomination.
And the maximum number of notes must not be over totals of 40 notes. The factory
default is £100.
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6.9.2 Denomination
Accessing the DENOMINATION
Select the ‘TRANSACTION SETUP’ in the
OPERATOR FUNCTION menu.
Select the ‘DENOMINATION’ in the TRANSATION
SETUP.
Enter the desired denomination of bills after pressing the
Denomination key.
Fig. 6.9.2 DENOMINATION
Function Description
The DENOMINATION function is used to set the denomination of notes to be set in the
cassette. The valid denomination is £10, £20, £50, £100. The factory default is £10 and
£20.
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6.9.3 Fast cash
Accessing the FAST CASH
Select the ‘TRANSACTION SETUP’ in the
OPERATOR FUNCTION menu.
Select the ‘FAST CASH’ in the TRANSACTION
SETUP menu.
You can change the fast cash amount LB0 to LB2 and
RB0 to RB2 with press the button.
Fig. 6.9.3 FAST CASH
Function Description
The FAST CASH function is used to set the cash amount, which is to be displayed on the
FAST CASH screen. The maximum amount must be less than the Dispensable Limit.
The factory default is £10, £20, £30, £40, £50, £60.
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6.9.4 Currency low check
Accessing the CURRENCY LOW CHECK
Select the ‘TRANSACTION SETUP’ in the
OPERATOR FUNCTION menu.
If you want to enable the Low Currency check function,
press the Currency Low Check screen key once.
Fig. 6.9.4 CURRENCY LOW CHECK
Function Description
The CURRENCY LOW CHECK function is used to set the cassette low level detection.
If this function is enabled, the machine will be changed to “OUT OF SERVICE” when
notes are not enough in the cassette. The factory default is in disable.
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7.. Appendix
7. Appendix
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7. Appendix
A. RECEIPT PAPER SPECIFICATIONS
- All measurements are in mm.
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B. Note Conditions
Acceptable Conditions
z
Bill which is very clean and can readily be recognized as a true bill
z
Bill have sufficient life or sizing to be handled easily
z
Bill which can be manually held straightly when one end is held by a hand and the bill is slightly
curved vertically
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Unacceptable Conditions
z Bill having serious wrinkles, torn or broken section wherein paper fiber is broken and separation
begins
- Wrinkle
-
Torn
-
Broken section
z
Bill having adequate life or sizing, but stained seriously
z
Bill with holes (Perforated bill)
z
Bill ragged and cannot be held straightly when one end is supported by a hand
20mm
35mm
When the bill is held by 20mm and the straightness of
the bill is 35mm or less, it cannot be used
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z
Bill with cellophane tape scotch tape, etc
z
Bill with folds
z
Bill with folded lines
-
Case 1
-
Case 2
-
Case 3
☞ Bill distortion should not exceed 10 mm
☞ “H” : Height
z
Gradually curved bill (bills tied by hand seal, etc)
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C. OPERATING & CHANGING THE ELECTRONIC
COMBINATION LOCK
USER CODE
● Open Lock
● Change Code
WRONG TRY PENALTY
● Four (4) consecutive invalid codes initiates five minute delay
period.
LOW BATTERY WARNING
● Repeated audio and visual signal (LED flashing and repeated
beeping) during opening indicates battery low.
AUDIO AND VISUAL SIGNAL
● Double signal (LED flashes and unit beeps) indicates entry is valid or accepted.
● Triple signal indicates invalid or not accepted.
OPENING THE LOCK
1. Enter valid six (6) digit code.
2. The lock will signal a valid code entry with a double signal.
3. Within four (4) seconds, turn handle to the open position.
4. Pull door open.
● Invalid Code Entry - Lock will signal three (3) times.
WRONG TRY PENALTY
● Entry of four (4) consecutive invalid codes starts a 5-minute delay period.
- LED flashed red at five (5) second intervals.
● At the end of the delay period, two more consecutive invalid codes will
restart an additional 5-minute delay period.
CHANGING YOUR CODE
ALWAYS PERFORM THIS OPERATION WITH THE DOOR OPEN
1. Enter “zero” six times.
2. Enter your existing six (6) digit code one time.
3. Enter your NEW six (6) digit code two times.
4. If a mistake is made wait thirty (30) seconds and repeat steps 1. - 3.
5. Test lock operation several times before closing the door.
● Valid Code Entry - Double signal after valid six (6) digit code is entered.
● Invalid Code Entry - Triple signal and old code is still valid.
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BATTERY LOW WARNING
● Repeated beeping during an opening indicates that the battery is low and
needs immediate replacement.
● Uses one (1) 9-Volt Alkaline Battery. LA GARD recommends the use of
Duracell™ or Everready™ Alkaline batteries.
If battery is depleted and will not allow lock to open, simply follow
instructions below.
CHANGING YOUR BATTERY
Note: Some manufacturers use a small screw to secure the battery compartment cover to the keypad housing. If your
model has this screw, it must be removed first before following the steps listed below.
1. Remove black plastic battery compartment cover (located at the bottom of the keypad) by
gently pulling downward on it’s handle.
2. Allow the battery and it’s attached leads to drop down and out of the battery compartment. If it
does not drop, gently pull on the battery until it does.
3. The connector is easily removed by unsnapping it from the two terminals on the top of the
battery. Never Pull on the Battery Leads
4. Connect a new 9-Volt Alkaline battery to the battery clip.
5. Push the battery and the leads completely up into the battery compartment.
6. Install the battery cover by placing one side of the cover in position and then pressing the other
side into position with your finger.
D. ERROR CODES
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ERROR CODES
ERROR DESCRIPTION
Normal Status
00000
Cash cassette is not properly set.
20001
Cash cassette empty.
20002
20003
20004
20010
20012
20013
20014
20015
Reject Bin full.
Security Door open.
Receipt paper jam.
Receipt Printer feed lever open.
Receipt paper empty.
Receipt Printer thermal head over
heated.
Note detected.
Axxx3
Axxx4
Axxx5
Axxx6
Axxx7
Receipt Printer feed lever open.
Receipt Printer thermal head over
heated.
Receipt paper jam.
Receipt paper empty.
Receipt paper setting error.
Receipt Printer DIP switch error.
Receipt Printer Lever Opened
Axxx8
Receipt Printer cutter error.
ADNxx
Receipt Printer connection failure.
Axxx1
Axxx2
C0001 ~ C002F
C0030
C0031
C0032
C0033
C0034
C0035
C0036
C0037
CDU sensor blocked.
CDU main motor failure.
CDU gate solenoid echo error.
CDU outlet solenoid echo error.
CDU encoder error.
CDU double detect module failure 1
CDU double detect module failure 2
Note detected (outlet sensor)
CDU double detect module failure 3
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CORRECTIVE ACTION
Normal Status
Set the cash cassette properly.
Load the cash into the cash cassette
and set the number of bills.
Empty the Reject Bin.
Close the Security Door.
Clear the jammed paper.
Close the feed lever.
Load the receipt paper.
Call your service personnel.
Clear jammed notes or
call your service personnel.
Close the feed lever.
Call your service personnel.
Clear the jammed paper.
Load the receipt paper.
Clear the paper and reload.
Call your service personnel.
Check sensor, cable connection and
connector
Check paper jam, or
call your service personnel.
If error is not recovered,
call your service personnel.
Clear the note path or
call your service personnel.
Call your service personnel.
Call your service personnel.
Call your service personnel.
Call your service personnel.
Call your service personnel.
Call your service personnel.
Clear the note from the outlet sensor.
Call your service personnel.
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ERROR CODES
ERROR DESCRIPTION
Cash cassette taken out during dispense
C0040
Dispensing error
C0041
Note jam
C0042
CORRECTIVE ACTION
Set the cash cassette properly
Call your service personnel
Clear jammed notes or
call your service personnel.
Check notes or
call your service personnel.
Check notes or
call your service personnel.
Check notes and note set status.
C0046
C0047
C0048
Over 10 notes has been rejected per 1
transaction.
Over 5 notes has been rejected
continuously.
Too many notes dispensed
continuously.
CDU hardware failure
1st Cassette Misfeed
Wrong count.
C004A
C004B
C004C
Note jam.
Many notes too close.
Wrong count
C004D
C004E
C004F
C0050
C0051
C0052
C0053
C0055
C005B
C009F
CDNxx
Cash cassette is not properly set
Wrong count
Wrong count(over dispensed)
Power failed during dispensing
Too many notes requested
Note detected(CS1A, CS1B)
CDU double detect module failure 4
Long note detected(outlet sensor)
2nd Cassette Misfeed
3rd Cassette Misfeed
CDU connection failure.
Dxx01
Dxx02
Modem reset failure
Reversal failure
Call your service personnel.
Call your service personnel
Transaction Error responded by Host
Check transaction history in Host
and try again
Check phone line status
Check modem
C0043
C0044
C0045
D0011 ~ D0099
D009A ~
Communication Error
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Call your service personnel.
Check notes and note set status.
Check notes and note set status or
Call your service personnel.
Call your service personnel.
Call your service personnel.
Check notes or note set status or
call your service personnel
Set the cash cassette properly
Call your service personnel
Call your service personnel
Check journal for last transaction
Call your service personnel
Clear jammed notes or
Call your service personnel
Call your service personnel
Check notes and note set status.
Check notes and note set status.
If error is not recovered,
call your service personnel.
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ERROR DESCRIPTION
CORRECTIVE ACTION
E0001
E0002
E0003
E0004
E0005
RMS port failure
RMS response timeout
RMS modem failure
RMS no dial tone
RMS retry over
Call your service personnel.
Call your service personnel.
Call your service personnel.
Call your service personnel.
Call your service personnel.
F0001
F0002
Number of Bill is not inputted
Surcharge Owner is not inputted in
Surcharge Enable
Surcharge Amount is not inputted in
Surcharge Enable
Refresh timer is not inputted in
Advertisement Enable
Advertisement text is not inputted in
Advertisement Enable
Error in Dispense Limit setting
Error in inputting Note Currency
Error in Fast Cash setting
Master Key Index invalid
(0 <= MKEY Index <= 15)
Master Key Empty
Host Phone Number is not inputted
Error Retry Timer is not inputted
RMS Password is not inputted in RMS
Enable
RMS Phone Number is not inputted in
RMS Enable
Terminal Number is not inputted
Routing ID is not inputted
Master Key Serial Number is not
inputted
Non-Cash Type text is not in/out
(only MB-2100, 2200)
Parameter is not properly set
NVRAM Failure
Input number of Bill
Input Surcharge Owner
F0003
F0004
F0005
F0006
F0007
F0008
F0009
F000A
F000B
F000C
F000D
F000E
F000F
F0010
F0011
F0012
F0013
F0014
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Input Surcharge Amount
Input Refresh timer
Input Advertisement text
Check Dispense Limit and reset
Check note currency and reset
Check Fast Cash Value and reset
Check Master Key and reset
Input Master Key
Input Host Phone Number
Input Error Retry Timer
Input RMS Password
Input RMS Phone Number
Input Terminal Number
Input Routing ID
Input Master Key Serial Number
Input Non-Cash Type
Input Non-Cash Value
Check Battery and Battery Plug
Change Main Board
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HOW TO CLEAR NV-RAM
Accessing the NV-RAM CLEAR
Turn on Mini Bank 1500 while pressing F6 key(upper-right 2nd key)
After initializing, follow below pictures...
Select ‘YES’ in the CLEAR NVRAM MENU.
Select ‘YES’ in the APPLY EPP MENU.
Enter the NVRAM CLEAR PASSWORD.
If the wrong password is entered, the screen will be
back to “ENTER PASSWORD” screen.
The factory default NV-RAM Clear Password is “000321”.
Select ‘OPERATION FUNCTION’ in the ERROR CODE
of REPORT MENU.
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Enter the OPERATOR PASSWORD.
If the wrong password is entered, the screen will be
back to “ENTER PASSWORD” screen.
The factory default Master Password is “375876”
.
If the correct password is entered, the
OPERATOR FUNCTION MENU will be displayed
F.
PICTURES OF MINI BANK 1500
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7. Appendix
This page is for pictures of Mini Bank 1500.
FRONT VIEW OF MINI BANK 1500 (FULL)
REAR VIEW OF MINI BANK 1500 (FULL)
FRONT VIEW OF MINI BANK 1500 (UPPER ONLY)
FRONT AND REAR VIEW OF CONTROL ELECTRONICS BOARD
FRONT AND REAR VIEW OF CARD READER
FRONT VIEW OF VISA EPP
LABEL OF MINI BANK 1500
F.1
FRONT VIEW OF MINI BANK 1500 (FULL)
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REAR VIEW OF MINI BANK 1500 (FULL)
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FRONT VIEW OF MINI BANK 1500 (UPPER ONLY)
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FRONT AND REAR VIEW OF CONTROL ELECTRONICS BOARD
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FRONT AND REAR VIEW OF IFM
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FRONT VIEW OF VISA EPP
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LABEL OF MINI BANK 1500
Remark
‘Mini Bank 1500’ is Brand Name and ‘HS-1430’ is Model Name.
Don’t be confused.
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