SPRITE TL Quick Start Guide 1.0 INSTALLATION 3.0 USER MODE

3.0 USER MODE
SPRITE TL Quick Start Guide
The Sprite TL dispenser offers three modes of operation:
Automatic Mode runs each pump program (program =
delay time + run time) one time upon qualified input to the
respective signal input. The Lockout Timer begins at start of
first pump program start (beginning of delay time). During
this lockout period no pump may run more than once
regardless of the number of times the signal input occurs.
Display indicates signal status, pumps running, and lockout
status.
Sequence Mode is an alternate automatic logic where
signals from input numbers 1, 2 and 3 act as a single logic
input signal. Occurrences of the signals are counted (simultaneous input signals count as one signal occurrence) to
determine when each pump runs based on pump-assignments in the (“A1A”) assignment screen in the formula
programming menu. Pump 1 has two programmable
amounts, A and B, which are treated in Sequence Mode as
separate pump programs. Display indicates signal status,
pumps running, and lockout status.
Push Button Mode relies on a user push button press to start
the wash formula program. The user selects the formula
number and then starts the wash formula program by
pressing and releasing the Enter key within 2 seconds.
Pumps run as programmed via programmed delay and run
times. During the lockout time all button presses to start the
formula program will be ignored except Password input.
Display indicates pumps running, and lockout status.
NOTE:
Password input and User Prime (if enabled)
will reset the lockout timer and end the wash
load.
3.1 Formula Selection
From the Home Screen press the Scroll key to select programmed formulas (1-4).
3.2 View Load Counter
From the Home Screen press the Next key once to display
“L”. Load counter (all formulas) will toggle between “L”
and load count since last clear.
3.3 Prime Pumps (when enabled)
From the Home Screen press the Next key twice to display
“P 1”. Press the Scroll key to select pump number to prime.
Press the Enter key to turn selected pump on or off.
NOTE:
Prime Pumps only available when unit is not
in a lockout timer period.
3.4 Password Access to Program Mode
From the Formula Selection screen only, press and hold the
Enter Key for 2 seconds to access the Password input screen.
Press the Scroll Key to change the blinking digit to the
desired value. Press the Next Key to move the blinking digit.
Press the Enter Key when the desired number is present in all
digits to enter Program Mode. The password factory setting
is 123.
3.5 Start Formula
From the Home Screen press and release the Enter key
within 2 seconds to trigger manual dispensing.
NOTE:
To terminate wash formula before end of
lockout period press and hold the Enter key
longer than 2 seconds, release, and wait 10
seconds for screen to revert to idle screen.
Auto Home Screen
Signal 1/Pump 1 On
Signal 2/Pump 2 On
Signal 3/Pump 3 On
Manual Home Screen
Pump 1 On
Pump 2 On
Pump 3 On
Blinking dash indicates Lockout Timer is active, all modes.
Total Loads
2 Sec
User Prime (When Enabled)
User Functions
1.0 INSTALLATION
NOTE:
Installation to be performed only by experienced installers in accordance with all
applicable electrical and plumbing codes.
Figure 1.1
Unit Mounting
Mounting Bracket
1.1 Mechanical
NOTE:
Determine suitable mounting location that
provides washing machine operator access to
the dispenser front panel within close
proximity to the washer and product
containers.
1.1.a Mount unit in suitable location with mounting bracket
and hardware provided.
1.1.b Cut to appropriate length and connect tubing/hose
(not provided) from discharge side (right side) of
pumps to the washing machine liquid supply inlet
port.
1.1.c Cut to appropriate length and connect tubing/hose
(not provided) from intake side (left side) of pumps to
the product containers.
1.2 Electrical
NOTES:
The Sprite unit is double insulated, no earth
ground connection is provided or required.
All power and signal wiring is done via a
single cable that is to be routed to the power/
signal wiring location in the washing machine via approved electrical conduit.
Main Power Non-European Versions
1.2.1.a Confirm voltage (115VAC or 208VAC, 60Hz) with
a meter or by other reliable means.
1.2.1.b For 115VAC wiring—connect gray/violet and black
wires to 115VAC power source. Be sure to insulate
the Brown wire!
For 208VAC wiring—connect gray/violet and
brown wires to 208VAC power source. Be sure to
insulate the Black wire!
Main Power European Versions
1.2.2.a Confirm voltage (between 200 - 249VAC, 50/60Hz)
with a meter or by other reliable means.
1.2.2.b Connect brown and blue wires to 200-249VAC
power source.
Hang unit from this lip
onto Mounting Bracket.
Signal Wiring (all versions)
1.2.3.a Input signal wire pairs (violet and white/violet =
signal 1 and yellow and white/yellow = signal 2) are
optically isolated signal inputs capable of accepting
signal voltages ranging from 24 - 240VAC (or
24VDC). Signal wiring only applies to Automatic
and Sequence Modes of operation. Signal inputs are
ignored by the system in Push-button Mode.
Automatic Mode
Connect violet and white/violet signal wires to supply signal
wiring connections for pump 1 (left pump).
Connect yellow and white/yellow signal wires to supply
signal wiring connections for pump 2 (right pump).
Sequence Mode
Connect signal wire pairs to washing machine fill valves (i.e.
violet and white/violet to cold fill valve coil and yellow and
white/yellow to hot fill valve).
Selects Formula (all Modes_
< 2 seconds Starts Formula (Push Button Mode only)
> 2 seconds Ends Formula & Password Input (all Modes)
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2.0 PROGRAMMING
Refer to menu screen illustrations and Guide To Icons for
information on moving through the programming menu
loops.
2.1 Input Installer Password
NOTE:
You have 10 seconds to accomplish the
following procedure.
Press and hold the Enter key for 2 seconds to access the
Password input screen. The password factory setting is 123.
Press the Scroll key to change the blinking digit to the
desired value. Press the Next key to move the blinking digit.
Press the Enter key when the desired number is present in all
digits to enter Program Mode. An incorrect password entry
returns you to the home screen.
2.2 Prime Pump “P-1”
Press the Scroll Key to select pump number. Press the Enter
Key to turn pump on. Press the Enter Key again to turn the
pump off. Pump prime is automatically ended after 5
minutes if pump is left on.
2.3 Clear Load Counter “CLr”
Display toggles every two seconds between CLr and load
count (all formulas). Press the Enter key to reset the Load
Counter.
2.4 Operating Parameters “oP”
Display toggles every two seconds between oP and the
current selection. Press the Enter key to select Au (Automatic), Pb (Push Button), or oc (Occurrence) parameter that
defines desired mode of dispenser operation.
NOTE:
The three operating modes are described in
more detail under User Mode.
2.5 Lockout Period “LP”
Press the Enter key to display/edit Lockout Period value in
minutes. Input method is the same as Password input. 000 =
Lockout off.
NOTE:
In Sequence Mode the Lockout Period must
be programmed longer than total time of all
programmed pump run times and delay
times, and should approximately match the
washer cycle time for a complete load
2.6 Formula Program “F-1”
Press the Scroll key to select the formula number (1 - 4) you
wish to program. Press the Enter Key to move to the Program
Formulas menu loop for the selected formula number.
2.6.1 Pump Amount “P1A”
The display will toggle every two seconds between stored
run time value (in seconds) for the selected pump number
and Pxx. Press the Scroll key to select the desired pump
number. To set pump run time, press the Enter key to start
the pump (display will increment seconds and pump will
run). When desired time/volume is reached, press the Enter
key again to stop the pump and set the value. Repeat for all
desired pumps within the current formula selection.
Set Value Screens
2.6.2 Delay Time “D1A”
Press the Scroll key to select pump number you wish to
program a delay time for. Press the Enter key. Input delay
time in minutes in the same manor as Password input.
2.6.3 Assign Pump “A1A”
(Only active in Sequence Mode.) Assign pump numbers to
signal sequence occurrences. At the A1A screen press the
Scroll key to select pump number. Press the Enter key to
access occurrence input screen (oc). Press the Scroll key to
assign the signal occurrence for the previously selected
pump number. Press the Enter key to return to the formula
programming sub-menu loop.
2.6.4 Finish Program “Fin”
Press the Enter key at this screen to return to the F-1 formula
number selection screen in the main menu loop.
2.7 Filter Duration “Fd”
Press the Enter key to view/set Signal Filter Duration (same
input method as Password input) in seconds (0-19, default 3).
NOTE:
In Sequence Mode set the Filter Duration
time to long enough to filter out excess fill
valve signals that may occur as the washer
level control calls for more water, etc.
Typically leave at default setting for Automatic mode.
2.8 User Prime “uPr”
Every 2 seconds the screen alternates between UPr and
current User Prime setting (on or off). Press the Enter Key to
change this setting.
2.9 Password Edit “Pin”
Any three-digit number may be input. Press the Scroll Key to
change the blinking digit to the desired value. Press the Next
Key to move the blinking digit. Repeat for all digits and
press the Enter Key when the desired password is present.
NOTE:
Be sure to make note of any password
changes! Access to Program Mode is not
available if the password becomes lost!
2.10 Exit Program Mode “End”
Press the Enter key to exit Program Mode and return to User
Mode.
NOTE:
To clear all values and restore factory
settings in the dispenser, press and hold the
Scroll key for two seconds, and then press
the Enter key (while still pressing the Scroll
key). The display will go to “FAC” to
indicate that you have restored factory
settings and cleared the dispenser’s memory
(including counter reset to zero). Press the
Enter key again to return to User Mode.
Guide To Icons
Moves Blinking Digit (when applicable)
Next key—moves
Enter Screen
Set Value/Exit Screen
Scroll key—changes
Changes Digit Value
Enter key—action
Gray (left) digit indicates blinking
Prime Pumps
To Input Program Mode Password
Press & Hold 2 Seconds
= Reset All
Clear Load Counter
Select First Digit
2 Sec
= Au (Automatic)
Pb (Push button)
oc (Occurrence/Sequence)
Operating Parameters
Select Second Digit
2 Sec
Lockout Period
Minutes
Select Third Digit
To Program Mode
Flush
Formula Program
Pump Amount
Seconds (Stopwatch Input)
2 Sec
Filter Duration
Seconds (0-19)
= on/off
User Prime
Delay Time
Minutes
Assign Pump (Occurrence Mode)
Occurrence (Signal Occurrence)
2 Sec
Password Edit
Finish Program
Password
Return to Formula
Program Menu
Exit Program Mode
Factory Reset
2 sec
Return to User
Formula Menu
Return to User
Formula Menu
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