Operation Manual

Operation Manual
Operation
Manual
Timers
755 Series
Product Identification
The Prince Castle Model 755 Series Multi-display 10-Channel Timer and 16-Channel Timer
are easy-to-use timers that count down in minutes and seconds, or hours and minutes. Each
channel has its own display and can be programmed independently. Slide in replaceable
menu strips identify the product being timed on each channel, and are replaceable as
restaurant menus change. Both auditory and visual signals are used to alert busy staff people
when a function is complete.
The Prince Castle Model 755 Series Single-display 4-Channel Timer and 10-Channel Timer
are easy-to-use timers that count down in minutes and seconds, or hours and minutes. Each
channel can be programmed independently. Slide in replaceable menu strips identify the
product being timed on each channel, and are replaceable as restaurant menus change. Both
auditory and visual signals are used to alert busy staff people when a timing function is
completed.
LIMITED WARRANTY
This product is warranted to be free from defects in material and/or
workmanship for a period of 1 year from date of original installation, not to
exceed 18 months from the date of manufacture.
Any component which proves to be faulty in material and/or workmanship
will be replaced or repaired (at the option of Prince Castle, Inc.) without
cost to the customer for parts and labor. This equipment is portable;
charges for on-location service (e.g., trip charges, mileage) are not
included in the provisions of this warranty.
This warranty is subject to the following exceptions/conditions:
• Use of any non-genuine Prince Castle parts voids this warranty.
• All labor to be performed during regular work hours. Overtime premium
(the incremental amount) will be charged to the customer.
• Damage caused by carelessness, neglect and/or abuse (e.g., dropping,
tampering or altering parts, equipment damaged in shipment, by fire,
flood or an act of God) is not covered under this warranty.
• All problems due to operation at voltages other than that specified on
equipment nameplates are not covered by this warranty. Conversion to
correct voltage is the customer’s responsibility.
• This equipment must be serviced by Prince Castle Authorized Service
Agency or a Prince Castle Service Technician during the warranty
period.
The power cord on this product is rated for a maximum surface
temperature of 194°F (90°C). If the cord comes into contact with the fryer
or rethermalizer or any other heated surface, it may be damaged and/or
cause damage to the product and/or injury to the user. The power cord
may also be damaged if placed directly in the path of the high temperature
exhaust emitting from the flue of the fryer or rethermalizer. Damage
resulting from any such misuse may result in a voided Warranty at the sole
discretion of the manufacturer.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Product Identification . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Safety Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
2
Installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
2
Cleaning. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Programming . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Exploded View and Parts List . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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355 East Kehoe Blvd. • Carol Stream, IL 60188 USA
Telephone: 630-462-8800 • Toll Free: 1-800-PCASTLE
Fax: 630-462-1460 • www.princecastle.com
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Timers
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Safety Information
Important!
WARNING
Prince Castle reserves the right to change specifications and
product design without notice. Such revisions do not entitle the
buyer to corresponding changes, improvements, additions or
replacements for previously purchased equipment.
Indicates information important to the proper operation of the
unit. Failure to observe may result in damage to the equipment
and/or severe bodily injury or death.
CAUTION
Indicates information important to the operation of the unit.
Failure to observe may result in damage to the equipment.
Installation
Remove the unit from the carton and inspect for signs of damage. If there
is damage to the unit:
• Notify the freight carrier (e.g. UPS) within 24 hours,
• Save carton and packaging materials for inspection purposes,
• Contact your local dealer, or if purchased directly, the Prince Castle
Sales Department at 1-800-722-7853 or 630-462-8800 to arrange for a
replacement unit.
NOTE: When installing this unit, the ambient temperature at the mounting
site should not exceed 100°F (37.8°C).
CAUTION
All electrical connections must be in accordance with local electrical
codes and any other applicable codes.
Plug the unit into an applicable electrical receptacle.
Cleaning
Use ONLY a clean damp cloth, wipe the face and other surfaces on the
Model 755 Series Timer, as necessary. If desired, a mild soap may also be
used.
NEVER use chemicals and/or degreaser of any kind! Long term use of
certain chemicals has a negative effect on the surface of the timer, making
it brittle and easily damaged.
Operation
1
Display
• Individual bi-colored LED for each channel. When activated, the LED
for each channel will turn green for the length of the entire timing
cycle. When the timing cycle ends, the LED will flash red.
• One 4-digit, 7-segment numeric display for Single Display Timers
and a similar display for each channel on Multiple Display Timers.
• On Single Display models with multi-timers running, the channel with
the least time remaining will blink its LED.
• If the time is in Hours-Minutes (H:M) the colon in the middle of the
4-digits will flash. If the time is in Minutes-Seconds (M:S) the colon in
the middle of the 4-digits will be on continuously.
• Every channel can be programmed for 2 separate menus (also
known as dayparts), with both having different timing cycles. The
different Menus are indicated by the display in the idle state as
follows.
(Menu 1)
or
(Menu 2)
Single Display Models
• To start a channel’s timing cycle press the button associated with
that channel (a short beep sounds). If that is the only channel
running, the display will show the time countdown for that channel.
When multiple timers are running, the display will show the time
countdown for the channel with the least amount of time remaining
(blinking LED indicates this channel).
• To temporarily view the remaining time of any other channel, press
and hold its button.
• At the conclusion of a timing cycle the display flashes “0”. After the end
alarm stops the display will return to the idle state if only one channel
was timing or if other channels are timing it will now display the time
countdown of the channel with the least amount of time remaining.
• To cancel any channel’s timing cycle, press that channel’s button
three times in quick succession (within three seconds). The channel
will return to the idle state.
• Each channel of the timer operates in an identical manner.
Multi Display Models
• To start a channel’s timing cycle press the button associated with
that channel (a short beep sounds). That channel’s display will show
the time countdown.
• At the conclusion of a timing cycle the display will show either “diSc”
(discard) or “donE” (done). This indication is programmable. After
the end alarm stops the display will return to the idle state.
• To cancel any channel’s timing cycle, press that channel’s button
three times in quick succession (within three seconds). The channel
will return to the idle state.
• Each channel of the timer operates in an identical manner.
Prince Castle reserves the right to change specifications and product design without notice. Such revisions do not entitle the buyer to
corresponding changes, improvements, additions or replacements for previously purchased equipment.
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Operation (continued)
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Channel Defaults
HS4
HM16 — Menu 1
Menu 1
Menu 2
Cycle Time
Alarm
Cycle End
Cycle Time
Cycle Time
Time
Time
Name
Channel 1
04:00
04:00
Channel 1
15:00
0:00:00
DISC
Channel 2
04:00
04:00
Channel 2
15:00
0:00:00
DISC
Channel 3
06:00
06:00
Channel 3
15:00
0:00:00
DISC
Channel 4
06:00
06:00
Channel 4
15:00
0:00:00
DISC
Channel 5
15:00
0:00:00
DISC
Channel 6
15:00
0:00:00
DISC
Channel 7
15:00
0:00:00
DISC
Channel 8
15:00
0:00:00
DISC
Channel 9
30:00
0:00:00
DISC
Channel 10
30:00
0:00:00
DISC
Channel 11
30:00
0:00:00
DISC
Channel 12
30:00
0:00:00
DISC
Channel 13
30:00
0:00:00
DISC
Channel 14
30:00
0:00:00
DISC
Channel 15
30:00
0:00:00
DISC
Channel 16
30:00
0:00:00
DISC
Bold italic times are in Hours:Minutes. All other times are in
Minutes:Seconds. Action alarm time = 0 (feature turned off).
HS10
Menu 1
Menu 2
Cycle Time
Cycle Time
Channel 1
15:00
15:00
Channel 2
15:00
15:00
Channel 3
15:00
15:00
Channel 4
15:00
15:00
Channel 5
15:00
15:00
Channel 6
15:00
15:00
Channel 7
15:00
15:00
Channel 8
15:00
15:00
Channel 9
30:00
30:00
Channel 10
30:00
30:00
Bold italic times are in Hours:Minutes. All other times are in
Minutes:Seconds. Action alarm time = 0 (feature turned off).
HM16 — Menu 2
HM10 — Menu 1
Cycle Time
Alarm
Cycle End
Time
Time
Name
Cycle Time
Alarm
Cycle End
Channel 1
15:00
0:00:00
DISC
Time
Time
Name
Channel 2
15:00
0:00:00
DISC
Channel 1
30:00
0:00:00
DISC
Channel 3
15:00
0:00:00
DISC
Channel 2
30:00
0:00:00
DISC
Channel 4
15:00
0:00:00
DISC
Channel 3
30:00
0:00:00
DISC
Channel 5
15:00
0:00:00
DISC
Channel 4
30:00
0:00:00
DISC
Channel 6
15:00
0:00:00
DISC
Channel 5
30:00
0:00:00
DISC
Channel 7
15:00
0:00:00
DISC
Channel 6
30:00
0:00:00
DISC
Channel 8
15:00
0:00:00
DISC
Channel 7
30:00
0:00:00
DISC
Channel 9
30:00
0:00:00
DISC
Channel 8
30:00
0:00:00
DISC
Channel 10
30:00
0:00:00
DISC
Channel 9
04:00
0:00:00
DISC
Channel 11
30:00
0:00:00
DISC
Channel 10
04:00
0:00:00
DISC
Channel 12
30:00
0:00:00
DISC
Channel 13
30:00
0:00:00
DISC
Channel 14
30:00
0:00:00
DISC
HM10 — Menu 2
Cycle Time
Alarm
Cycle End
Channel 15
30:00
0:00:00
DISC
Time
Time
Name
Channel 16
30:00
0:00:00
DISC
Channel 1
30:00
0:00:00
DISC
Channel 2
30:00
0:00:00
DISC
Channel 3
30:00
0:00:00
DISC
Channel 4
30:00
0:00:00
DISC
Channel 5
30:00
0:00:00
DISC
Channel 6
30:00
0:00:00
DISC
Channel 7
30:00
0:00:00
DISC
Channel 8
30:00
0:00:00
DISC
Channel 9
04:00
0:00:00
DISC
Channel 10
04:00
0:00:00
DISC
Bold italic times are in Hours:Minutes. All other times are in
Minutes:Seconds. Action alarm time = 0 (feature turned off).
Bold italic times are in Hours:Minutes. All other times are in
Minutes:Seconds. Action alarm time = 0 (feature turned off).
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Programming for Multi-Display Timers
1
Timer Programming
Two different timing cycles can be set up for each channel. These are called “Menu 1” and “Menu 2”. To change from one menu to the other, all channels
must be idle. Simultaneously press both the UP and DOWN arrow buttons for 6 seconds. The displays will change between the single-line display (Menu
1) and the three-line display (Menu 2).
(Menu 1)
2
(Menu 2)
Countdown Mode
3
NOTE: This mode can only be entered when all channels are idle.
Enter the Countdown Mode by holding the UP arrow button for 6
seconds. This will determine if all the timing cycles count up from 0:00
or count down to 0:00. Use the UP or DOWN arrow buttons to toggle
between count up or count down. Display 1 will indicate “C-uP” or
“C-dn”. When the desired mode is obtained, momentarily press any
channel button to save it and return to Timing Mode.
NOTE: To return to Timing Mode without saving, momentarily press the
PRINCE CASTLE LOGO button.
4
Volume Level Selection
NOTE: This mode can only be entered when all channels are idle.
Press and hold the DOWN arrow button for 6 seconds to initiate the
Volume Level Setup Mode. In this mode the timer’s audio volume can be
set to one of three different levels by using the UP and DOWN arrow
buttons. A display will sequence through “SL-1, SL-2, SL-3”. When the
desired level is obtained, momentarily press any channel button to save
the setting and return to the Timing Mode.
NOTE: To return to Timing Mode without saving, momentarily press the
PRINCE CASTLE LOGO button.
Restoring Factory Presets
Simultaneously pressing both the UP arrow button, DOWN arrow button and the PRINCE CASTLE LOGO button during the first 6 seconds after
applying power to the timer will reset all channels back to their factory default settings.
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Individual Channel Programming (Multi-Display Timers)
1
Timer Programming
2
To program the timer, all timing channels must be idle with each display
showing either one or three sets of dashes and all LEDs turned off. A
single set of dashes is shown to program Menu 1 and three sets of
dashes are shown to program Menu 2.
5
Press and hold the PRINCE CASTLE LOGO button for 6-8 seconds to
enter the Programming Mode. The display changes to “Prog” and all
channel LEDs turn red.
Momentarily pressing a channel’s button enables the parameterprogramming mode for that channel. After a channel has been
selected, its associated display will show 7 7 7 7 , and its timing
cycle value, end of cycle label information and action alarm time
information will be displayed above or below it.
In the closest display to either the right or left of the selected
channel, a “C” will be displayed indicating that Programing of a
timing cycle period is active.
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Use the UP and DOWN arrow buttons to modify the value of the
enabled parameter. When either the timing cycle value or action
alarm time value are programmed, pressing the UP arrow button
will increase the value and pressing the DOWN arrow button will
decrease the value. Each time the UP or DOWN arrow button is
pressed the timing value increases or decreases by one count.
NOTE: If either button is pressed and held, the timing value
begins to increase or decrease automatically with the change
rate increasing as long as the button is held.
When the time value is in minutes:seconds (M:S) the LED for the
selected channel will be off. After 59:59 the LED will come on
and now the time value displayed is in hours:minutes (H:M).
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Entering Programming Mode
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5
While in Channel Parameter Programming Mode, pressing the
channel button next to a parameter (timing value, end-of-cycle
name or action alarm time) enables the programming of that
parameter for the selected channel.
When the desired time Period Value has been selected, press
the button of the channel being programmed to proceed to the
next part of the programming sequence, Programming the Alert
Time.
NOTE: To exit the programming sequence for the channel
without saving any changes, press the PRINCE CASTLE LOGO
button.
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Individual Channel Programming (Multi-Display Timers) (continued)
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9
If the action alarm time is to be changed, pressing the UP arrow
button will increase the value and pressing the DOWN arrow
button will decrease the value. Every time the UP or DOWN
arrow button is pressed, the value increases or decreases by
one count.
NOTE: If either button is pressed and held, the value begins to
increase or decrease automatically with the change rate
increasing as long as the button is held.
When the time value is in minutes:seconds (M:S) the LED for the
selected channel will be off. After 59:59 the LED will come on
and now the time value displayed is in hours:minutes (H:M).
NOTE: If the time period value is changed to a time value less
than the action alarm time value, the action alarm time value will
be set to 00:00.
8
If the name is to be changed, pressing either the UP or DOWN
arrow button will cycle between “diSc” or “donE”.
When the desired name has been selected, press the button of
the channel being programmed to save all changes and exit back
to the initial programming state with all displays showing “Prog”.
NOTE: To exit the programming sequence without saving any
changes momentarily press the PRINCE CASTLE LOGO button.
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When the desired time has been selected, press the button of
the channel being programmed to proceed to the next part of the
programming sequence, programming the end-of-cycle name.
NOTE: To exit the programming sequence without saving any
changes momentarily press the PRINCE CASTLE LOGO button.
When parameter changes for all channels have been completed,
press the PRINCE CASTLE LOGO button to exit Programming
Mode and return the unit to an operationally ready, idle state.
Programming for Single Display Timers
1
Countdown Mode
2
NOTE: This mode can only be entered when all channels are idle.
Enter the Countdown Mode by holding the UP arrow button for 6
seconds. This will determine if all the timing cycles count up from 0:00
or count down to 0:00. Use the UP or DOWN arrow buttons to toggle
between count up or count down. The display will indicte “C-uP” or
“C-dn”. When the desired mode is obtained, momentarily press any
channel button to save and return to Timing Mode.
NOTE: To return to Timing Mode without saving, momentarily press the
PRINCE CASTLE LOGO button.
3
Volume Level Selection
NOTE: This mode can only be entered when all channels are idle.
Press and hold the DOWN arrow button for 6 seconds to initiate the
Volume Level Setup Mode. In this mode the timer’s audio volume can be
set to one of three different levels by using the UP and DOWN arrow
buttons. A display will sequence through “SL-1, SL-2, SL-3”. When the
desired level is obtained, momentarily press any channel button to save
the setting and return to the Timing Mode.
NOTE: To return to Timing Mode without saving, momentarily press the
PRINCE CASTLE LOGO button.
Restoring Factory Presets
Simultaneously pressing both the UP arrow button, DOWN arrow button and the PRINCE CASTLE LOGO button during the first 6 seconds after
applying power to the timer will reset all channels back to their factory default settings.
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Individual Channel Programming (Single Display Timers)
1
Timer Programming
2
To program the timer, all four or ten timing channels must be idle with the
display showing either one or three sets of four dashes and all LEDs
turned off. A single set is shown to program Menu 1 and three sets are
shown to program Menu 2.
3
5
Press and hold the PRINCE CASTLE LOGO button for 6-8 seconds to
enter the Programming Mode. The display changes to “Prog”.
Momentarily pressing a channel’s button enables timing value
programming for that channel. The channel’s current value will
be displayed. Also, the selected channel’s LED will blink yellow to
identify which channel is being changed.
4
When the desired timing value has been programmed, press the
channel button being changed to save the new setting and
return to Programming Mode.
NOTE: To return to Timing Mode without saving, momentarily
press the PRINCE CASTLE LOGO button.
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Entering Programming Mode
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7
Use the UP and DOWN arrow buttons to modify the timing value.
Pressing the UP arrow button will increase the timing value and
pressing the DOWN arrow button will decrease the timing value.
Each time the UP or DOWN arrow button is pressed the timing
value increases or decreases by one count.
NOTE: If either button is pressed and held, the timing value
begins to increase or decrease automatically with the change
rate increasing as long as the button is held.
When changes for all channels have been completed, press the
PRINCE CASTLE LOGO button to exit Programming Mode and
return the unit to an operationally ready, idle state.
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Exploded View and Parts List
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7
5
4
5
5
3
2
1
Ref.
Part No.
Description
Ref.
Part No.
Description
1
740-662S
740-664S
740-670S
740-450S
740-457S
740-474S
740-499S
740-497S
740-498S
88-709-2-11S
Membrane Switch Assembly (HM16)
Membrane Switch Assembly (HM10)
Membrane Switch Assembly (HS10)
Display Board (HM16)
Display Board (HM10)
Display Board (HS10)
Main Board (HS10)
Main Board (HM16)
Main Board (HM10)
Speaker
5
6
7
755-030S
88-591
85-117-02S
Mounting Bracket Assembly
Inlet
Power Supply
Not Shown:
755-028-01S
755-026-01S
755-025-01S
72-200-11S
Menu Strip (Pkg. of 2) (HS10)
Menu Strip (Pkg. of 2) (HM10)
Menu Strip (Pkg. of 2) (HM16)
Power Cord
2
3
4
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Prince Castle Inc.
355 East Kehoe Blvd. • Carol Stream, IL 60188 USA
Telephone: 630-462-8800 • Fax: 630-462-1460
Toll Free: 1-800-PCASTLE
www.princecastle.com
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