Undercounter Coolers and Freezers Instruction

Undercounter Coolers and Freezers Instruction
Undercounter Coolers and Freezers
Instruction Manual
Version 3.1
3115 Pepper Mill Court, Mississauga, ON, L5L 4X5
4450 Witmer Industrial Estates, Unit 4, Niagara Falls, NY, 14305
1-800-465-0234
www.omcan.com
Table of Contents
Model TUC27F / Model TUC48F / Model TUC27R / Model TUC48R
Section
Page
General Information -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 3
Installation --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 3 - 4
Safety -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 5
Maintenance ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ 5 - 6
Troubleshooting -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 6 - 7
French Instructions --------------------------------------------------------------------------- 8 - 12
Controller Instructions --------------------------------------------------------------------- 13 - 17
Controller Instructions - French --------------------------------------------------------- 18 - 22
Parts Breakdown ---------------------------------------------------------------------------- 23 - 26
Electrical Schematics ---------------------------------------------------------------------- 27 - 28
Warranty Registration ---------------------------------------------------------------------------- 29
General Information
Omcan Manufacturing And Distributing Company Inc. and Food Machinery Of America, Inc. dba Omcan
are not responsible for any harm or injury caused due to any person’s improper or negligent use of
this equipment. The product shall only be operated by someone over the age of 18, of sound mind, and
not under the influence of any drugs or alcohol, who has been trained in the correct operation of this
machine, and is wearing authorized, proper safety clothing. Any modification to the machine voids any
warranty, and may cause harm to individuals using the machine or in the vicinity of the machine while
in operation.
Installation
IMPORTANT!!!PLEASE READ BEFORE INSTALLATION
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If the unit has recently been transported. Please let unit stand still for a minimum of 24 hours before
plugging it in.
Make sure that the unit drops down to desired temperature before loading the unit with product.
Make sure that there is proper ventilation around the unit in the area where it will operate.
Make sure all accessories are installed(i.e. shelves, shelf clips, casters) before plugging the unit in.
Please read through the Operation / Owner’s Manual in its entirety.
CABINET LOCATION GUIDELINES
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Install the unit on strong and leveled surfaces.
- Unit may make unpleasant noises if surface is uneven.
- Unit may malfunction if surface is uneven.
Install the unit in an indoor, well-ventilated area.
- Unit performs more efficiently in a well-ventilated area.
- For best performance, please maintain clearance of 3” on the back of the unit.
- Outdoor use may cause decreased efficiency and damage to the unit.
Avoid installation in a high humidity and/or dusty area.
- Humidity could cause unit to rust and decrease efficiency of the unit.
- Dust collected on condenser coil will cause unit to malfunction. Clean the condenser at least once a
month with a brush or clean cloth.
- Malfunction due to dirty condenser will void warranty.
Select a location away from heat and moisture-generating equipment.
- High ambient temperature will cause the compressor to overwork, leading to higher energy bills and
gradual breakdown of the unit.
- Malfunction due to high ambient temperature will void warranty.
ELECTRICAL
Please ensure that the required voltage of the compressor is being supplied at all times. Low or high voltage
can detrimentally affect the refrigeration unit. All units should be plugged into a grounded and properly-sized
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Installation
electrical outlet with appropriate overcurrent protection. Please refer to the electrical requirement on the
nameplate of the unit. Please make sure that your unit has its own dedicated outlet. Do not use an extension
cord.
TEMPERATURE CONTROLS
The temperature controls are factory-set to maintain an average temperature of 38°F in refrigeration. To
maintain a different temperature, adjust it on the temperature controller–see manual of temperature controller.
CAUTION
Setting the temperature control to the coldest setting may cause the evaporator coil to freeze and ice up. This
will eventually result in a warmer cabinet temperature.
LOADING PRODUCT
Shelves have been factory-installed for your convenience. Before loading shelves, please be sure that all shelf
clips are completely fastened in their correct locations. It is important that all shelves rest completely level
before stocking your cabinet with product. In order to maintain correct air flow inside the unit, please be sure
to leave two to four(2 to 4) inches of space between the back wall and stored product. Blocking the evaporator
fans will result in a warmer cabinet temperature, and ultimately compressor failure.
DEFROST SYSTEMS
Refrigerator coils are kept below the freezing point(32°F). During compressor down-time, the evaporator fan
continues to circulate air through the evaporator coil. This air circulation raises the coil temperature above the
freezing point, melting any accumulated frost. Run-off water is drained into the evaporator pan and evaporated.
Freezer coils are defrosted electrically. Automatic defrost timers are built-in to the refrigeration system and may
not be adjusted. The defrost timers automatically initiate at pre-set intervals and for a pre-determined duration.
PLEASE NOTE: Excessive door opening should be avoided in order to maintain cabinet temperature and to
eliminate the possibility of coil freeze-up.
LOADING FOOD PANS
Pizza prep units and sandwich prep units are designed to function with all pans in place, even if some pans are
to be left empty. For maximum food freshness, Fill the pans only with an amount that can be used in a specific
usage period. During non-use, please close the insulated lid cover.
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Safety
Please pay close attention to the safety notices in this section. Disregarding these notices may lead to
serious injury and/or damage to the unit.
ATTENTION
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To minimize shock and fire hazards, be sure not to overload outlet. Please designate one outlet for your
unit.
Do not use extension cords.
Do not put your hands under the unit when the unit is required to be moved.
When the unit is not in use for a long period of time, please unplug the unit from the outlet.
After unplugging the unit, wait at least 10 minutes before re-plugging it. Failure to do so could cause
damage to the compressor.
UNPLUG CORD
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To minimize shock and fire hazards, please do not plug or unplug the cord with wet hands.
During maintenance and cleaning, please unplug the unit.
PROPER GROUNDING REQUIRED
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To minimize shock and fire hazards, make sure that the unit is properly grounded.
PROHIBITION
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Do not attempt to remove or repair any component unless instructed by factory.
Make sure that the unit is not resting on or against the electrical cord and plug.
To minimize personal injury, do not hang on the doors.
Do not store any flammable and explosive gas or liquids inside the unit.
Do not attempt to alter or tamper with the electrical cord.
Maintenance
CLEANING THE CONDENSER COIL
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For efficient operation, it is important that the condenser surface be kept free of dust, dirt, and lint.
We recommend cleaning the condenser coil and fins at least once per month.
Clean with a commercial condenser coil cleaner, available from any kitchen equipment retailer. Brush the
condenser fins from top to bottom, not side to side.
After cleaning, straighten any bent condenser fins with a fin comb.
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Maintenance
CLEANING THE FAN BLADE AND MOTOR
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If necessary, clean the fan blades and motor with a soft cloth, If it is necessary to wash the fan blades,
cover the fan motor to prevent moisture damage.
CLEANING THE INTERIOR OF UNIT
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When cleaning the cabinet interior ,use a solvent of warm water and mild soap.
Do not use steel wool, caustic soap, abrasive cleaners, or bleach that may damage the stainless steel
surface.
Wash door gaskets on a regular basis, preferably weekly. Simply remove door gasket from the frame of the
door, soak in warm water and soap for thirty (30) minutes, dry with soft cloth, and replace.
Check door gaskets for proper seal after they are replaced.
Periodically remove the shelves and pilasters from the unit and clean them with mild soap and warm water.
To remove the pilasters, first remove the shelves and shelf brackets. Then, simply lift the pilaster up and
out.
WARNING
Disconnect power cord before cleaning any parts of the unit.
Troubleshooting
Before requesting any service on your unit, please check the following points. Please note that this
guide serve only as a reference for solutions to common problems.
SYMPTOM
Compressor not running.
POSSIBLE CAUSE
• Fuse blown or circuit breaker
tripped.
• Power cord unplugged.
• Thermostat set too high.
• Cabinet in defrost cycle.
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CORRECTIVE ACTION
• Replace fuse or reset circuit
breaker.
• Plug in power cord.
• Set thermostat to lower
Temperature.
• Wait for defrost cycle to finish.
Troubleshooting
Condensing unit runs for long
periods of time.
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Excessive amount of warm
product Placed in cabinet.
Prolonged door opening or
door ajar.
Door gasket(s) not sealing
properly.
Dirty condenser coil.
Evaporator coil iced over.
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Cabinet is noisy.
Cabinet Temperature Is too warm.
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Loose part(s).
Tubing vibration.
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Thermostat set too warm.
Blocking air flow.
Excessive amount of warm
product Placed in cabinet.
Fuse blown or circuit breaker
tripped.
Dirty condenser coil.
Prolonged door opening or
door ajar.
Evaporator coil iced over.
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Allow adequate time for
Product to cool down.
Ensure doors are closed when
not in use. Avoid opening doors
for long periods of time.
Ensure gaskets are snapped
in Completely. Remove gasket
and Wash with soap and water.
Check condition of gasket and
replace if necessary.
Clean the condenser coil.
Unplug unit and allow coil to
defrost. Make sure thermostat
is not set too cold. Ensure that
door gasket(s) are sealing
properly.
Locate and tighten loose
part(s).
Ensure tubing is free from
contact with other tubing or
components.
Set thermostat to lower
Temperature.
Re-arrange product to allow
for Proper air flow. Make sure
there Is at least four inches of
clearance from evaporator.
Allow adequate time for
product to cool down.
Replace fuse or reset circuit
breaker.
Clean the condenser coil.
Ensure doors are closed when
not in use. Avoid opening doors
for long periods of time. (see
above)
For service call 1-800-465-0234.
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Controller Instructions
Digital controller model: PJEZ for cooler
Display and functions
During normal operation, the controller displays the value of the probe set using parameter/4(=1 ambient
probe, default, = 2 second probe, = 3 third probe).In addition, the display has LEDs that indicate the activation
of the control functions (see Table 1),while the 3 buttons can be used to activate/deactivate some of the
functions(see Table 2).
LED’s and Associated Functions (Table 1)
Icon
Function
Normal Operation
ON
OFF
Compressor On
Off
Fan
On
Off
Defrost
On
Off
Aux
Output On
Output Off
Alarm
All
No Alarm
Clock
RTC fitted and enabled, at RTC not fitted or disabled, not
least 1 time band set
even 1 time band set
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Start Up
Blink
Request
Request
Request
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ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON if RTC
fitted
Controller Instructions
Table of Functions activated by the buttons - Models S, X, Y, C (Table 2)
Button
Up
ON/OFF
Down
Defrost
Set Mute
Normal Operation
Start Up
Pressing the Button Alone Pressed Together
More than 3 sec: toggle ON/ Start/Stop
OFF
continuous cycle
More than 3 sec: start/stop
Pressed
For 1 sec.
defrost
together
display
Start parameter firmware
reset procedure vers. code
- 1 sec.: display/set the set For 1 sec.
point.
RESET cur- more than 3 secs.: access
rent EZY set
parameter setting menu
(enter password )
- mute audible alarm
(buzzer)
Setting the set point (desired temperature)
• press SET for 1 sec, the set value will start flashing after a few moments;
• increase or decrease the value using UP or DOWN;
• press SET to confirm the new value.
Switching the device ON/OFF
Press UP for more than 3 sec. The control and defrost algorithms are now disabled and the Instrument
displays the message “OFF” alternating with the temperature read by the set probe
Manual defrost
Press for DOWN more than 3 sec (the defrost starts only the temperature conditions are valid).
Continuous cycle
Press UP and DOWN together for more than 3 sec
Access and setting type F (frequent) and type C (configuration) parameters
1. press SET for 3 sec (the display will show “PS”);
2. • to access the type F and C parameter menu, enter the password “22” using UP/DOWN, press SET to
confirm;
• to access the F parameter menu only, press SET (without entering the password);
3. scroll inside the parameter menu using UP/DOWN;
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• to display/set the values of the parameter displayed, press SET, then UP/DOWN and finally SET to
confirm the changes (returning to the parameter menu).
To save all the new values and exit the parameter menu, press SET for 3 s;
To exit the menu without saving the changed values (exit by timeout) do not press any button for at least 60 s.
Digital controller model: IR33 for freezer
Signals on the display
The blinking status indicates a request for activation that cannot be implemented until the end of the
Corresponding delay times.
Icon
Function
Compressor
Fan
Defrost
Aux
Alarm
Clock
ON
Compressor on
Fan on
Defrost in progress
Auxiliary Output AUX
active
Delayed external
alarm (before the
expiry of the time ‘A7’)
OFF
Compressor off
Fan off
Defrost not required
Auxiliary Output
AUX not active
No alarm present
At least one timed
defrost has been set
No timed defrost is
present
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Blink
Startup
Request
Request
Request
Anti-sweat heater function
active
Alarms in normal operation
(eg. high/low temp.) or
alarm from ext. digital input
immediate or delayed
Clock alarm
On if RealTime Clock
present
Controller Instructions
Light
Auxiliary output light
active
Service
HACCP
HACCP function
Continuous
Cycle
Enabled
Auxiliary output light Anti-sweat heater function
not active
active
No malfunction
Malfunction (eg. EEPROM
error or probe fault)
HACCP function
HACCP alarm (HA and/or
enabled
HF) not enabled
Not enabled
Request
Setting the set point (desired temperature value)
To display or set the set point, proceed as follow:
1. press the “Set” button for more than 1 second to display the set point;
2. increase or decrease the value of the set point, using the “ ” and “ ” respectively, until reaching the
desired value;
3. press the “Set” button again to confirm the new value,
Alarms with manual reset
The alarms with manual reset can be reset by pressing the “ ” and “ ” for more than 5 sec.
Manual defrost
As well as the automatic defrost function, a manual defrost can be enabled, if the temperature conditions allow,
by pressing the “ ” button for more than 5 sec.
Continuous cycle
Pressing the buttons “ ” and “ ” simultaneously for more than 5 seconds enables the continuous cycle
function. During operation in continuous cycle, the compressor continues to operate for the time “cc” and
it stops when it reaches the “cc” time out or the minimum temperature has been reached(AL = minimum
temperature alarm threshold). Continuous cycle setting: “cc” parameter (continuous cycle duration): “cc”=0
never active; “c6” parameter (by passing the alarm after the continuous cycle):”cc” = 0 never active; it avoid or
delays the low temperature alarm after the continuous cycle.
Accessing the configuration parameter (type C)
1. Pressing the “ ” and “Set” buttons at the same time for more than 5 sec, the display will show
“00”(password prompt).
2. Use the “ ” or “ ” buttons to display the number “22” (parameter access password).
3. Confirm by pressing “Set”.
4. The display will show the first modifiable “C” parameter.
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Accessing the configuration parameter (type F)
1. Hold the “ ” button for more than 5 s (if there are active alarms, first mute the buzzer), the display will
show the first modifiable “F” parameter.
Modifying the parameters
After having displayed the parameter, either type “C” or type “F”, proceed as follows:
1. Use the “ ” or “ ” buttons to scroll the parameters, until reaching the parameter to be modified; when
scrolling the parameters, an icon is shown on the display that represents the category of the parameter.
2. Alternatively, press the “ ” button to display a menu that can be used to quickly access the family of
parameters to be modified.
3. Scrolling the menu using the “ ” and “ ” buttons displays the codes of the various categories of
parameter, accompanied by the corresponding icon on the display(if present).
4. Once having reached the desired category, press “Set” to go directly to the first parameter in the chosen
category(if no parameter is visible, pressing the “Set” button will have no effect).
5. At this stage, modify the parameters or return to the “Category” menu, using the “ ” button.
6. Press “Set” to display the value associated with the parameter.
7. Increase or decrease the value using the “ ” or “ ” buttons respectively.
8. Press “Set” to temporarily save the new value and return to the display of the parameter.
9. Repeat the operation from point 1 or point 2.
10.If the parameter has sub-parameters, press “Set” to display the first sub-parameter.
11.Press the “ ” or “ ” button to display all the sub-parameters.
12.Press “Set” to display the associated value.
13.Increase or decrease the value using the “ ” or “ ” button respectively.
14.Press “Set” to temporarily save the new value and return to the display of the sub-parameter code.
15.Press “ ” to return to the display of the parent parameter.
Saving the new values assigned to the parameters
To definitely save the new values of the modified parameters, press the “ ” button for more than 5 seconds,
thus exiting the parameter setting procedure. All the modification made to the parameters temporarily saved in
the RAM, can be cancelled and “normal operation” resumed by not pressing any button for 60 seconds, thus
allowing the parameter setting session to expire due to timeout if the Instrument is switched off before pressing
the “ ” button, all the modifications made to the parameters and temporarily saved will be lost.
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Controller Instructions - French
Panneau de commande du congélateur
Affichage et fonctions
Pendant le fonctionnement normal le contrôle affi che sur l’ écran la valeur de la sonde réglée au paramètre/4
(=1sonde air ambiant par défaut, =2 deuxième sonde, 3= troisième sonde). De plus sur l’ écran apparaissent
les LED qui indiquent l’ activation des fonctions de contrôle (voir Tab. 1), alors que les trois touches permettent
d’ activer/désactiver certaines fonctions (voir Tab. 2).
LED et fonctions associées (Tab.1)
Icone
Fonction
Compresseur
Ventilateur
Defrost
Aux
Alarme
Horloge
Fonctionnement Normale
ON
OFF
Accès
Éteint
Accès
Éteint
Accès
Éteint
Sortie Accès
Sortie Éteint
Tous
Aucune Alarme
RTC présent et activé,
RTC absent ou désactivé, ou
et une tranch horaire au
une tranche horaire au moins
moins a été réglée
n’a pas été réglée
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Start Up
Blink
Requis
Requis
Requis
-
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON si RTC
présent
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Tableau activation fonctions a l’aide des touches - mod. S, X, Y, C (Tab.2)
Touche
Up
ON/OFF
Down
Defrost
Set Mute
Fonctionnement Normale
Start Up
Simple pression de la touche Pression combinée
Plus de 3 s: alterne phases
Appuyées ensemble ON/OFF
activent/désactivent
Plus de 3 s: active/désactive cycle continu
Appuyées
Pendant
defrost
ensemble activent 1 s affiche
procédure
cod. vers.
REINTIALISATION firmware
param.
- 1 s: affiche/permet de régler Pour 1 s
set point.
RESET
- plus de 3 s: accès au menu
banc EZY
règlages paramètres (entrer
courant
mot de passe ‘22’).
- eteint l’alarme accoustique
(buzzer).
Réglages du set point (valeur de la température désirée)
• appuyer pendant 1 s sur SET, quelques instants après la valeur réglée clignote;
• augmenter ou diminuer cette valeur au moyen de UP ou DOWN;
• appuyer sur SET pour confi rmer la nouvelle valeur.
ON/OFF de l’instrument
Appuyer pendant plus de 3s sur UP. Dans cette situation les algorithmes de régulation et defrost sont
désactivés et l’instrument alterne l’ affichage sur l’ écran du message “OFF” et l’ affi chage de la température
pré-réglée de la sonde.
Dégivrage manuel
Appuyer pendant plus de 3 s sur DOWN (il s’active seulement si subsistent les conditions de température).
Cycle continu
Appuyer en meme temps pendant plus de 3 s sur UP et DOWN.
Accès et modifi cation paramètres type F (fréquents) et type C (confi guration)
1. Appuyer sur SET pendant 3 s (sur l’ écran apparaitra “PS”);
2. • pour accéder au menu paramètres de type F et C entrer le mot de passe “22” en utilisant UP/DOWN;
• pour accéder seulement au menu paramètres F appuyer sur SET (sans devoir entrer le mot de passe);
3. Naviguer à l’ intérieur du menu paramètre en utilisant UP/DOWN;
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4. • pour afficher/modifi er les valeurs du paramètre affiché appuyer sur SET, ensuite sur UP/DOWN et enfin
sur SET pour confirmer la modification (on retourne ainsi au menu des paramètres).
Pour sauver définitivement toutes les valeurs modifiées et sortir du menu paramètres appuyer sur SET
pendant 3 s;
Pour sortir du menu sans sauver les valeurs modifiées (sortie time out) n’ appuyer sur aucun bouton pendant
au moins 60s.
Panneau de commande du congélateur
Signalisations sur l’écran
Le clingnotement indique une demande ne pouvant être effectuée tant que ne seront pas finies les
temporisations en cours.
Icône Fonction
Compress.
Ventilateur
Dégivrage
Aux
Alarme
Horloge
ON
Compresseur allumé
Ventilateur allumé
Dégivr. en cours
Sortie auxiliaire AUX
active
Alarme externe
retardée (avant
l'échéance du temps
"A7")
OFF
Compress. éteint
Fan off
Dégivr. non requis
Sortie auxiliaire
AUX non active
Aucune alarme
présente
Si a été configuré au
moins un dégivrage
temporisé
Aucun dégivrage
temporisé n'a été
configuré
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Clignotant
Requis
Requis
Requis
Active fonct. anti-sweat
heater
Alarmes en fonct. norm.
(ex. haute/basse temp.)
ou alarme depuis entrée
numérique ext. immédiate
ou retardée
Alarme horloge
Démarrage
On si
horloge
temps réel
présente
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Éclairage
Sortie auxiliaire
Éclairge active
Assistance
HACCP
Cycle Cont.
Fonction habilité (HA
et/ou HF)
Fonction activée
Sortie auxiliaire
Éclairge non active
Aucun
dysfonctionnement
Fonction non
habilitée
Fonction non
activée
Active function anti-sweat heater
Dysfonctionn. (ex. erreur
EEPROM our sondes en panne)
Alarme HACCP mémorisée
Fonction requise
Programmations du point de consigne (valeur de température désirée)
Procéder de la façon suivante pour afficher ou programmer le point de consigne:
1. appuyer sur la touche “Set “ pendant plus d’une seconde pour afficher le point de consigne;
2. augmenter ou diminuer la valeur du point de consigne au moyen des touches “ ” et “ ”
respectivement,jusqu’à atteindre la valeur désirée;
3. appuyer de nouveau sur la touche “Set ” pour confirmer la nouvelle valeur
Réinitialisation des alarmes par remise à zéro manuelle
On peut remettre à 0 toutes les alarmes manuellement en appuyant en même temps sur les touches “ ” et “ ” pendant plus de 5 s.
Dégivrage manuel
Outre le dégivrage automatique,on peut activer un dégivrage manuel si les conditions de températures sont
favorables en appuyant sur la touche “ ” pendant 5 s.
Cycle continu
Pour activer la fonction de cycle continu, appuyer en même temps sur les touches “ ” ou “ ” pendant plus
de 5 s. Durant le fonctionnement en cycle continu, le compresseur fonctionne pendant toute la durée prévue
et il s’arrêtera en attente du cycle ou parce que la température minimale prévue a été atteinte (AL = seuil
d‘alarme de température minimale). Réglage du cycle continu: paramètre “cc” (durée du cycle continu): “cc”= 0
jamais actif; paramètre “c6” (exclusion de l’alarme après un cycle continu). exclut ou retarde l’alarme de basse
température à la fin du cycle continu.
Accès aux paramètres de configuration (type C)
1. En appuyant en même temps sur les touches “ ” et “Set” pendant plus de 5 s,sur l’afficheur apparaîtra
“00” (la demande du mot de passe);
2. Avec les touches “ ” o “ ” visualiser le numéro “22” (mot de passe d’accès aux paramètres);
3. Confirmer avec la touche “Set”;
4. Sur l’afficheur apparaît le premier paramètre “C” modifiable.
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Accès aux paramètres de configuration (type F)
1. Appuyer sur la touche “ ” pendant plus de 5 s (en cas d’alarme éteindre l’avertisseur sonore), sur
l’afficheur apparaît le premier paramètre “F” modifiable.
Modification des paramètres
Après avoir visualisé le paramètre,qu’il soit du type “C” ou du type “F”, continuer de la façon suivante:
1. Avec les touches “ ” o “ ” faire défiler les paramètres jusqu’à celui à modifier, le défilement est
accompagné de l’allumage d’une icône sur l’afficheur qui représente la catégorie d’appartenance du
paramètre.
2. Ou comme alternative, appuyer sur la touche “ ” pour visualiser un menu permettant de rejoindre
rapidement la famille de paramètres à modifier.
3. En faisant défiler le menu avec les touches “ ” et “ ” sur l’écran s’affichent les codes des différentes
catégories de paramètres (voir tab. Récapitulation paramètres de fonctionnement) accompagnés de
l’allumage de l’icône correspondante sur l’afficheur (si présente).
4. Une fois atteinte la catégorie souhaitée appuyer sur “Set” pour se retrouver directement sur le premier
paramètre de la catégorie choisie (si aucun paramètre n’est visible, la pression de la touche “Set” n’aura
aucun effet).
5. À ce point, il est possible de continuer à consulter les paramètres ou de retourner au menu “Catégorie”
avec la touche “ ”.
6. Appuyer sur “Set” pour visualiser la valeur associée au paramètre.
7. Incrémenter ou décrémenter la valeur respectivement avec les touches “ ” ou “ ”
8. Appuyer sur “Set” pour mémoriser temporairement la nouvelle valeur et retourner à la visualisation du
paramètre.
9. Répéter les opérations à partir du point 1 ou du point 2.
10.Si le paramètre est doté de sous-paramètres appuyer sur “Set” pour visualiser le premier sous-paramètre.
11.Appuyer sur les touches “ ” ou “ ” pour visualiser tous les sous-paramètres.
12.Appuyer sur “Set” pour visualiser la valeur associée.
13.Incrémenter ou décrémenter la valeur respectivement avec les touches “ ” ou “ ”.
14.Appuyer sur “Set” pour mémoriser temporairement la nouvelle valeur et retourner à la visualisation du code
du sous-paramètre.
15.Appuyer sur “ ” pour retourner à la visualisation du paramètre père.
Mémorisation des nouvelles valeurs attribuées aux paramètres
Pour mémoriser de façon définitive les nouvelles valeurs des paramètres modifiés, appuyer sur la touche
“ ” pendant plus de 5 s, en quittant ainsi la procédure de modification de param. On peut annuler
toutes les modifications apportées aux paramètres mémorisés temporairement.sur la RAM et retourner au
“fonctionnement normal” sans appuyer sur aucune touche pendant 60 s, en laissant donc expirer la session
de modification des paramètres en attente. En cas de mise hors tension, les modifications apportées aux
paramètres et mémorisées temporairement seront perdues.
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Parts Breakdown
Model TUC27F 25282
Model TUC48F 25283
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Parts Breakdown
Model TUC27F 25282
Model TUC48F 25283
No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
Description
cabinet
top board
door
door seal
axile bush
spring hinge
right down hinge
right up hinge
feet install panel
feet install panel
feet install panel
castor
castor
controller install panel
temperature controller
power switch
back bracket
track of cooling unit panel
inside water tray
fan cover fastener
No.
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
24
Description
fan cover fastener
cooling unit install panel
condenser
condenser fan
filter base
filter
compressor
outside water tray
diamond back cover
evaporator fan cover
K clip hanging bar
K clip hanging bar
K clip
shelf
evaporator
evaporator fan install panel
evaporator fan
wind guard
defrost heater
drain hole heater
Parts Breakdown
Model TUC27R 27202
Model TUC48R 27203
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Parts Breakdown
Model TUC27R 27202
Model TUC48R 27203
No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
Description
cabinet
top board
door
door seal
axile bush
spring hinge
right down hinge
right up hinge
feet install panel
feet install panel
feet install panel
castor
castor
controller install panel
temperature controller
power switch
back bracket
track of cooling unit panel
inside water tray
No.
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
26
Description
fan cover fastener
fan cover fastener
cooling unit install panel
condenser
condenser fan
filter base
filter
compressor
outside water tray
diamond back cover
evaporator fan cover
K clip hanging bar
K clip hanging bar
K clip
shelf
evaporator
evaporator fan install panel
evaporator fan
Electrical Schematics
KM
M
KM
KM
KM
M
M
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Electrical Schematics
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Warranty Registration
Thank you for purchasing an Omcan product. To register your warranty for this product, complete the information below, tear off the card at
the perforation and then send to the address specified below. You can also register online by visiting:
www.omcan.com/warrantyregistration.html
For mailing in Canada
For mailing in the US
OMCAN INC.
OMCAN
PRODUCT WARRANTY REGISTRATION
3115 Pepper Mill Court,
Mississauga, Ontario
PRODUCT WARRANTY REGISTRATION
1889 Maryland Avenue,
Niagara Falls, New York
Canada, L5L 4X5
USA, 14305
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Purchaser’s Information
Name:
Company Name:
Address:
Telephone:
City:
Province or State:
Postal or Zip:
Country:
Type of Company:
Dealer from which Purchased:
Dealer City:
Dealer Province or State:
Restaurant
Bakery
Deli
Butcher
Supermarket
Caterer
Institution (specify):
Invoice:
Model Name:
Email Address:
Other (specify):
Model Number:
Serial Number:
Machine Description:
Date of Purchase (MM/DD/YYYY):
Date of Installation (MM/DD/YYYY):
Thank you for choosing Omcan
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Over the last 60 years, Omcan has grown to become a leading supplier to the food
service industry in Canada and the USA. Our success over these many years is
directly attributed to our established relationships with all of our valued customers
and through providing them with Diverse, Dependable and Proven products.
Omcan continues to help our customers remain competitive.
With associates in North America, Europe, and Asia, our global footprint continues
to expand as we hold to the principle that clients benefit from the accessibility
and familiarity of our sales team. In 2013 as our geography and brand recognition
continued to grow, we changed to one name Omcan Food Machinery.
In over 200,000 sq ft of warehouse space we stock over 2,500 quality food
equipment and supplies for the food preparation market.
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