ECLIPSE REFERENCE MANUAL

ECLIPSE REFERENCE MANUAL
A
Systems Company
ECLIPSE
LAUNDRY DISPENSER CONTROLLER
REFERENCE MANUAL
Programming and Operation
P/N 20-05988-00 Rev. D
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P/N 20-05988-00 Rev. D
1.0
DESCRIPTION OF FEATURES
The ECLIPSE Controller uses the latest technology
to provide low cost and reliable operation with full
features. The following list outlines many of the
ECLIPSE Controller's features.
• Relay Mode
Relay Mode operation is available for use with fully
programmable washing machine control systems
when desired.
• Compatibility
The ECLIPSE Controller is fully compatible with
Nova Controls Orion dispensing systems. The same
easy to install modular design makes the ECLIPSE
Controller suitable for use with components from
earlier Orion dispensing systems. Everything is plug
compatible.
• Load Counters
Loads for each formula are counted and are available
for review at the Controller display from the User
Mode. A Load is also counted in Relay Mode (no
formulas) each time pump 1 is run.
• Formula Power
You may program up to 8 different chemical
formulas that are available for machine operator
selection. This selection is done with only one front
panel key with an icon which makes for easy
training. This formula power is more than enough for
most OPL laundry operations.
• Six Product Capability
The ECLIPSE Controller is capable of controlling up
to 6 products with a flush manifold. Pumps are
programmable for dose amounts of up to 29.9 oz. in
0.1 oz. increments, or 995 mls in 5 mls increments.
• Flush Capability
When used with an ECLIPSE pumpstand, a programmable output is avialable for controlling a flush
manifold water valve. Flush time is easily programmed in seconds.
• Pump Interlock
A Pump Interlock may be turned on for use on
washers with multiple or noisy supply signals. When
on, this feature allows only one programmed product
dose per load, no matter how many times the washer
sends a supply signal.
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• Safe Wiring
The ECLIPSE dispensing system requires high
voltage connections only at the Machine Interface
(MI) to washer signal connections. All other wiring
is plug-in with telephone type communication
cables. Dispenser power is sourced from a wall
outlet.
• Water Resistant Enclosure
The ECLIPSE Controller case is water resistant. The
telephone type jacks are well protected from sources
of potential water damage.
• Security
All dispenser programming is protected by a three
digit password. Once you assign your own password,
access to Program Mode is only possible if you know
the password or return the Controller to Nova
Controls for clearing.
• Ease of Programming
Every step has been taken to simplify the programming menu structure to provide the fastest possible
programming and system installation. Once all
installed pumps are calibrated (one time per pump)
you may then input pump amounts for each formula
directly in ounces.
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DESCRIPTION OF
FEATURES
DESCRIPTION OF
CONTROLS
INSTALLATION
USER MODE
PROGRAM MODE
TROUBLESHOOTING
SPECIFICATIONS
2.0
DESCRIPTION OF
FEATURES
DESCRIPTION OF
CONTROLS
INSTALLATION
USER MODE
PROGRAM MODE
DESCRIPTION OF CONTROLS
The ECLIPSE Controller makes good use of only 3 buttons and a 3 digit LED display for all
dispenser operation and programming. Each key function is described in this section.
2.1
Key Descriptions
Next Key - Move to the next item or task.
User Mode:
Move through the (two or three) available User Mode screens.
Program Mode: Move through Program Mode menu screens.
Input Fields:
Move blinking digit to the right.
Scroll Key - Change the blinking digit value.
User Mode:
Change formula numbers. Change view Load Counter formula numbers.
Change pump number in User Prime screen (when on).
Program Mode: Change values of blinking digits.
Input Screens: Change values of blinking digits.
Enter Key - Perform a task or set a value.
User Mode:
Press and hold 2 seconds to access Password input screen. Starts and stops
selected pump number in User Prime (when on).
Program Mode: Perform actions as prompted in Program Mode menu screens.
Input Screens: Set the displayed value (selected with Next and Scroll Keys).
Figure 2.0
Description of Controls
Next Key
Display
Scroll Key
Enter Key
TROUBLESHOOTING
SPECIFICATIONS
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3.0
INSTALLATION
The ECLIPSE Controller should be installed in a
suitable location on or close to the washer. The
Controller location should allow easy access for
machine operators to input formulas and read the
display.
The Controller may be mounted to a horizontal
surface, such as the top of the washer, or on a vertical
surface, such as the front of the washer. Mount the
Controller with self-adhesive velcro hooks or nuts
and allen bolts provided.
NOTE:
This Controller manual only covers
installation and programming of the
ECLIPSE Controller which is a
portion of the ECLIPSE Liquid
Laundry Dispensing System. Please
refer to the reference manual packed
with your pumpstand or upgrade kit
for additional instructions.
3.1
Mechanical Installation
3.1.a Mark and drill 1/4" holes or place velcro using
Controller as a template.
3.1.b Mount Controller using hardware or velcro
provided. Use longer allen bolts for mounting
to a vertical surface. Use shorter bolts for
horizontal surface.
CAUTION: Do not overtighten bolts!
Figure 3.1
Mechanical Installation
3.2
Electrical Installation
3.2.a Connect the cable marked “J2” from the
Machine Interface (MI) to the connector
labeled “J2/MI” on the rear of the Controller.
3.2.b Connect the cable marked “J1” from the
pumpstand to the connector labeled “J1/PI” on
the rear of the Controller.
3.2.c Secure J1 and J2 Cables to strain relief points
with tie wraps (as shown in Figure 3.2).
NOTE:
The maximum allowable distance for
the J1 Cable from the pumpstand to
the controller is 75 feet. Standard
lengths available are 15, 30, 45, 60,
and 75 feet.
CAUTION: Route J2 Cable away from all washer
high voltage wiring and contactors to
minimize the chance of electrical
interference.
Route both J1 and J2 Cables in such
a way as to minimize possibility of
damage or kinking.
DESCRIPTION OF
FEATURES
DESCRIPTION OF
CONTROLS
INSTALLATION
USER MODE
PROGRAM MODE
TROUBLESHOOTING
Bolt Holes for Vertical Mounting
SPECIFICATIONS
Bolt Holes for Horizontal Mounting
Figure 3.2
Electrical Installation
J1 Cable
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J2 Cable
Tie Wraps
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4.0
DESCRIPTION OF
FEATURES
DESCRIPTION OF
CONTROLS
INSTALLATION
USER MODE
In User (machine operator) Mode, the following
functions are available:
• Formula Selection
• View Load Counters
• User Prime (when turned on in Program Mode)
• Password access to Program Mode
Press the Next Key to move through the (two or
three) available User Mode screens.
Guide To Icons
2 Sec
Screens toggle back and forth
Next key—moves
Scroll key—changes
4.1
Guide to Icons
Refer to the Guide To Icons chart on the right for
reference.
Enter key—action
4.2
Formula Selection
Press the Scroll Key to change formula number
(when in the Formula Selection screen).
USER MODE
PROGRAM MODE
TROUBLESHOOTING
SPECIFICATIONS
4.3
Load Counter
Press the Scroll Key to view each formula number's
load counts (when in Load Counter screen). Formula
0 represents total loads for all formulas combined.
This display changes every 2 seconds between the
selected formula number and the load count.
4.4
User Prime (when on)
Press the Scroll Key to change pump number (when
in User Prime screen). 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.
4.5
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.
Gray (left) digit indicates blinking
Figure 4.1
User Mode
User Formula
Password
2 sec
Total Loads
2 Sec
User Prime
Figure 4.2
Password Access to Program Mode
Press & Hold 2 Seconds
Select First Digit
Select Second Digit
Select Third Digit
To Program Mode
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4.6
Formula Charts
The following Formula Charts for reproduction
include a work-sheet for you to write your formulas
on, and a wall-chart for posting in the account. Use
the work-sheet as both a written record of formula
programming and as a reference to aid programming.
Use the wall-chart to write the wash classifications
down on vs. formula numbers to post in the account.
PRODUCT
DESCRIPTION OF
FEATURES
DESCRIPTION OF
CONTROLS
FORMULA 1 FORMULA 2
FORMULA 3
FORMULA 4
AMOUNT/DELAY
AMOUNT/DELAY
AMOUNT/DELAY
AMOUNT/DELAY
INSTALLATION
USER MODE
PROGRAM MODE
PRODUCT
FORMULA 5
FORMULA 6
FORMULA 7
FORMULA 8
AMOUNT/DELAY
AMOUNT/DELAY
AMOUNT/DELAY
AMOUNT/DELAY
TROUBLESHOOTING
SPECIFICATIONS
CUSTOM WASH FORMULA CHART FOR:
Formula #
Application/Wash Classification
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
To Select Formula: Press Scroll Key
Your Chemical Specialist Is:
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5.0
DESCRIPTION OF
FEATURES
DESCRIPTION OF
CONTROLS
INSTALLATION
USER MODE
PROGRAM MODE
TROUBLESHOOTING
SPECIFICATIONS
PROGRAM MODE
Press the Next Key to move through the Program
Mode main menu loop. This loop contains all
Program Mode screens except the Pump Amounts
and Pump Delay screens. The Program Formulas
menu loop is accessed after a formula number is
selected in the main loop. Program Mode is automatically exited (to User Mode) after 5 minutes of
inactivity.
5.1
Prime Pumps
Press the Scroll Key to change 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.
5.2
Clear Load Counts
Every 2 seconds the screen alternates between Clr
and total load counts (all formulas). Press the Enter
Key to clear all load counters.
5.3
Calibrate Pumps
NOTE:
All installed pumps must be calibrated or they will not run when
triggered.
Press the Scroll Key to select pump number you wish
to calibrate. Every 2 seconds the screen alternates
between C-(pump number) and the calibration value
(expressed as seconds to pump 8 oz. or 250 mls.).
Prepare to collect product in a container capable of
measuring 8 oz. (or 250 mls.) at the end of the
discharge tube. Press the Enter Key to start the pump.
Press the Enter Key again at exactly 8 oz. (or 250
mls.) to stop the pump and store the calibration
value. Repeat for all installed pumps.
5.4
Program Formulas
Press the Scroll Key to select the formula number
you wish to program. Press the Enter Key to move to
the Program Formulas menu loop for the selected
formula number.
5.4.1 Relay Mode
Select formula “r” to operate in Relay Mode. In this
mode of operation pumps will run for the duration of
supply trigger signal(s). The total load counter will
count a load each time pump 1 is run. The Controller
screen will display “F r” in User Mode to indicate
Relay Mode operation, and no formulas will be
available for operator selection.
5.4.2 Pump Amount
Press the Scroll Key to select a pump number. Press
the Enter Key to access the Pump Amount input
screen for the selected pump number. 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 amount is present. Repeat for all desired
pumps in the formula selected in step 5.4.
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The maximum programmable pump amount is 29.9
oz. (or 995 mls.). To test run a pump amount select
the pump number and press the Enter Key. Next,
press and hold the Next Key, then press the Enter
Key to dispense the displayed amount.
5.4.3 Pump Delay
Press the Next Key to access this screen from the
Pump Amount screen. Press the Scroll Key to select
a pump number. Press the Enter Key to access the
pump delay input screen for the selected pump
number. Up to 999 seconds 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 time is present. Repeat for all desired
pumps in the formula selected in step 5.4.
5.4.4 Finish
Press the Next Key to access this screen from the
Pump Delay screen. Press the Enter Key to exit the
Program Formulas loop and return to the main loop.
To return to the Pump Amount screen press the Next
Key.
5.5
Flush Time
Press the Enter Key to access the Flush Time input
screen. Up to 999 seconds may be input. 000
indicates flush is off. 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 flush time
is present.
5.6
User Prime
Every 2 seconds the screen alternates between UPr
and User Prime setting (on or off). Press the Enter
Key to change this setting.
5.7
Pump Interlock
When on, the pump interlock will only allow the first
supply signal in the washer cycle to activate a pump.
All additional washer signals (due to noise, etc.) will
be ignored until the *load count pump runs, or a one
hour time limit is reached. Every 2 seconds the
screen alternates between PiL and the Pump Interlock setting (on or off). Press the Enter Key to
change this setting.
*Load Count Pump = Highest pump number within
the formula that has an amount programmed.
5.8
Change Password
Press the Enter Key to access the Password input
screen. 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.
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5.9
End
Press the Enter Key to exit the Program Mode and
return to User Mode. To return to the Prime Pumps
screen press the Next Key.
To clear Controller settings and restore factory
settings; at the End screen press and hold the Scroll
key 2 seconds and press the End key (while still
holding the Scroll key). Press the Enter key to return
to User Mode.
Guide To Icons
2 Sec
Screens toggle back and forth
Next key—moves
Scroll key—changes
Installer Prime
Enter key—action
= Reset All
Clear Loads
Gray (left) digit indicates blinking
2 Sec
= Pump on/off
Calibrate
The pump cabinet will
dose the program
amount of product for
this formula and pump.
2 Sec
Formula Program
Pump Amount
Ounces/Milliliters
Hold
Off = Milliliters
Flush
Seconds
Delay Time
= on/off
User Prime Enable
Seconds
Finish Program
Return to Formula
Program Menu
2 Sec
= on/off
Pump Interlock
2 Sec
Set Value Screens
Moves Blinking Digit (when applicable)
Password Edit
Password
Enter Screen
Set Value/Exit Screen
Changes Digit Value
Exit Installer
Factory Reset
2 sec
Return to User
Formula Menu
Return to User
Formula Menu
CAUTION: Make note of any password changes as once changed from the factory setting (123). Lost
passwords require return of the Controller to Nova Controls for repair.
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6.0
DESCRIPTION OF
FEATURES
DESCRIPTION OF
CONTROLS
INSTALLATION
USER MODE
PROGRAM MODE
TROUBLESHOOTING
SPECIFICATIONS
TROUBLESHOOTING
Use this troubleshooting guide along with any
literature packed with your pump module or upgrade
kit.
Please perform the following checks prior to
proceeding with the troubleshooting tips provided:
• All cables are connected securely.
• All pumps are calibrated and formulas are
programmed.
• Correct mode of operation selected (Timer or
Relay).
6.3.1 Load Counts Low
• Check washer trigger signals.
• Check that machine operator may be short
cycling the washer.
6.1
Dead, No Display
• Controller connected to pump module via J1
cable?
• Is power connected to pump module?
• Is pump module circuit breaker tripped?
7.0.1 Dimensions
Size:
6.3" wide X 3.5" high X 2.0" deep
Weight:
.75 lbs.
Temperature:
120° f Maximum
7.0.2 Power Requirements
Power provided by ECLIPSE system Pump Interface
printed circuit board via J1 Communication Cable.
NOTE:
All specifications subject to change
without notice.
6.2
No Pumps Run
When pumps don’t run it is important to differentiate
between running on prime and running from a
machine trigger. Pumps only run formula amounts
from a machine trigger when pumps are calibrated.
When only certain pump positions are defective,
check Pump Interface (PI) printed circuit board
(PCB) and J1 Cable connections.
Only one pump may run at a time in flush mode.
Multiple pumps triggered at the same time will run in
queue.
6.2.1 No Pumps Prime
• Confirm pump motor harness is connected to PI
PCB in pumpstand.
• Follow pumpstand manual troubleshooting
procedures for PI PCB defect.
6.2.2 No Pumps on Trigger, Prime OK
• Are pumps calibrated?
• Is a delay time programmed or is pump in cue?
• Is there a trigger signal? Confirm by viewing
lights on Machine Interface and measuring
signal with a volt meter.
• Follow pump module manual troubleshooting
procedures for MI defect.
• Test run pump amounts as described in step
5.4.2 of Program Mode.
6.3
Load Count Errors
Quite a number of perceived load count errors may
occur in the normal day to day operations of a
laundry. A load is counted (to the current formula
number) each time the highest pump number with a
nonzero amount runs. In Relay Mode a load is
counted each time pump 1 is run.
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6.3.2 Load Counts High
• Check washer trigger signal for count pump
running more than once each load.
7.0
SPECIFICATIONS
7.1
Ordering Information
ECLIPSE Controller, US Units ............. 01-05970-00
ECLIPSE Controller, Metric Units ........ 01-05970-01
7.2
Limited Warranty
This unit is warranted against defects in materials
and workmanship for a period of one year from the
date of delivery and covers all parts of the unit
except for the elastomer pump tubing. Any units
which prove to be defective within the warranty
period will be repaired or replaced when returned to
the factory freight prepaid. No other warranty is
expressed or implied. Equipment abuse or misuse
voids warranty. Warranty does not cover any consequential liability resulting from the performance of
the equipment.
A
Systems Company
250 NATURAL BRIDGES DRIVE
SANTA CRUZ
CALIFORNIA
95060-5710 U.S.A.
TEL 831.423.6682
FAX 831.423.6684
P/N 20-05988-00 Rev. D
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