Installation and User`s Manual for Remote Condenser Modular

Installation and User`s Manual for Remote Condenser Modular
Installation and User’s Manual for
Remote Condenser Modular Cuber
Prodigy Plus D Series Models C0530, C0630,
C0830 and C1030
C0530D through C1030D
Remote Condenser Models - User Manual
Introduction
The design of this modular remote cuber is the result
of years of experience with remote ice machine
refrigeration systems. Standard features of this
product include front accessible on-off switches,
always-visible indicator lights, mechanical assist ice
harvest for extra efficiency, automatically adjusting
water purge and a control system that optimizes
system operation.
The Installation section provides the trade person with
the information needed to properly install and start
up this ice system. The Use and Operation section
provides the user with the information needed to use
the machine. The Maintenance section contains the
instructions and schedules for the sanitation and
cleaning of the machine.
This installation and user manual is divided into
three sections: Installation, Use and Operation and
Maintenance.
Contents
Installation: Product Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2
Model Number Description . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
C0530, C0630, C0830 and C1030 Cabinet Dimensions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
Product Description and Electrical Requirements. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
Water . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
Panel Removal . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
Remote Condenser Location . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
For The Installer: Remote Condenser. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
Precharged Line Routing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
Coupling Instructions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
Plumbing Requirements. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
Electrical. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13
Final Check List:. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14
Initial Start Up . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15
Adjustments. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16
Use and Operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17
Control Switches. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18
Cleaning, Sanitation and Maintenance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19
Remote condenser . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21
What to do before calling for service . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22
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Installation: Product Specifications
Location Limitations
Warranty Information
This ice system is made up of three parts, the ice
making machine, or head; the remote condenser; and
the interconnecting tubing. The ice making machine
must be installed indoors, in a controlled environment.
Space must be provided near the machine for service
access. The remote condenser may be installed
above or below the ice machine, per the limits stated
later in this manual. The remote condenser may
be installed outdoors within the temperature limits
listed below. The interconnecting tubing must be
installed per the directions stated in this manual,
and the amount of tubing exposed to uncontrolled
temperatures must be minimized.
The warranty statement for this product is provided
separately from this manual. Refer to it for applicable
coverage. In general warranty covers defects
in material and workmanship. It does not cover
maintenance, corrections to installations, or situations
when the ice machine is operated in circumstances
that exceed the limitations printed above.
Space Limitations
Although the machine will function with no clearance
to the top and sides, some space must be allowed
for service access. Building the machine in with no
access will cause higher service cost, in many cases
this extra cost may not be covered by warranty.
Environmental Limitations, ice machine:
Air temperature
Water
temperature
Water Pressure
Minimum
50oF.
40oF.
Maximum
100oF.
100oF.
20 psi
80 psi
Product Information
The machine is a specialized version of a modular
cuber. A modular cuber does not include any ice
storage, it is designed to be placed onto an ice
storage bin or ice dispenser. Many installations only
require the matching bin, but some will need an
adapter to be placed between the ice machine and
the bin or dispenser. Additionally, the machine must
be connected to the correct remote condenser and
use the correct pre-charged tubing.
The machine is supplied with a full refrigerant charge,
field charging is not required.
This product cannot be stacked. See the chart for
application information.
Environmental Limitations, remote condenser
Air temperature
Minimum
-20oF.
Maximum
120oF.
Minimum
104 volts
198 volts
Maximum
126 volts
253 volts
Power Supply
115 volt model
208-230 volt
model
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Model Number Description
Example
Hotel Dispenser
•
•
•
•
•
Although an unlikely use for a remote cuber, HD30
can be used without an adapter:
•
•
•
C0630SR-32D
C=cuber
06=nominal capacity in 100s of pounds
30=nominal width of cabinet in inches
S=cube size, S=small or half dice, M=medium or
full dice
R=condenser type. R=Remote
-32=Electrical code. -32=208-230/60/1, -3= 208230/60/3, -1 = 115/60/1
D=series revision code. D=4th series.
Note: In some areas of this manual model numbers
may include only the first five characters of the model
number, meaning that cube size, condenser type and
voltage differences are not critical to the information
listed there.
Options:
There are several options available for field
installation. They include:
• KVS - Vari-Smart Adjustable ice level system
• KSB - SmartBoard Advanced feature board
Some installations require bin or dispenser adapters.
See the table below.
Standard bin applications – Adapter information
Model
C0530,
C0630,
C0830,
C1030
B530P,
B330P,
B530S
Direct fit
B842S
B948S
KBT28
KBT22
HD30 – use with C0530R
Ice and Beverage Dispensers - Adapter
Information
Model
C0530, C0630,
C0830, C1030
ID150
Does not fit
ID200 or ID250
KBT44
Other bins and applications:
Note the drop zone and optional ultrasonic sensor
locations in the illustrations.
Scotsman ice systems are designed and
manufactured with the highest regard for safety and
performance. They meet or exceed the standards of
UL and NSF.
Scotsman assumes no liability of responsibility of
any kind for products manufactured by Scotsman
that have been altered in any way, including the use
of any part and/or other components not specifically
approved by Scotsman.
Scotsman reserves the right to make design changes
and/or improvements at any time.
Specifications and design are subject to change
without notice.
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C0530, C0630, C0830 and C1030 Cabinet Dimensions
26
10.25
8.3
3.25
ULTRASONIC
BIN LEVEL
SENSOR
(OPTIONAL)
5.1
2.00
5.1
2.00
ICE DROP OPENING
17.8
7.00
PLAN VIEW
48.4
19.05
24.00 REF.
30.00 REF.
REMOTE CONDENSER
DISCHARGE LINE
1/2 MALE CPLG.
46
18.11
37
14.57
REMOTE CONDENSER
LIQUID LINE
3/8 MALE CPLG.
78
30.70
5.3
2.07
.88" DIA
ELECTRICAL
ACCESS (2)
15.5
6.11
47.6
18.76
58.4
23.01
37
14.59
3/8" FPT
WATER
INLET
46
18.11
10.82
6.7
2.62
7.8
3.07
3.8
1.48
REMOTE COOLED
BACK VIEW
76.2
30.00
61
24.00
FRONT VIEW
3/4" FPT
DRAIN
LEFT SIDE VIEW
C0530R, C0630R
26
10.25
8.3
3.25
ULTRASONIC
BIN LEVEL
SENSOR
(OPTIONAL)
5.1
2.00
5.1
2.00
PLAN VIEW
REMOTE CONDENSER
DISCHARGE LINE
1/2 MALE CPLG.
30.00 REF.
44.1
17.35
REMOTE CONDENSER
LIQUID LINE
3/8 MALE CPLG.
35.1
13.81
77.99
30.70
5.6
2.20
.88" DIA
ELECTRICAL
ACCESS (2)
15.5
6.11
52.3
20.59
62.9
24.76
61.1
24.06
73.7
29.00
34.2
13.47
3/8" FPT
WATER
INLET
REMOTE COOLED
BACK VIEW
5.3
2.10
3.8
1.48
7.8
3.07
61
24.00
LEFT SIDE VIEW
3/4" FPT
DRAIN
C0830R, C1030R
Note: Top number is centimeters, bottom number is inches.
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76.2
30.00
FRONT VIEW
ICE DROP OPENING
17.8
7.00
48.4
19.05
24.00 REF.
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Product Description and Electrical Requirements
Dimensions
w” x d” x h”
Model
Series
Electrical
Use
condenser
30.75** x 24 x 23
same
30.75** x 24 x 29
same
same
same
C0530SR-1
C0630SR-32
C0830SR-32
C0830SR-3
C1030SR-32
C1030SR-3
D
D
D
D
D
D
115/60/1
208-230/60/1
208-230/60/1
208-230/60/3
208-230/60/1
208-230/60/3
ERC111-1
ERC311-32
ERC311-32
ERC311-32
ERC311-32
ERC311-32
Minimum
Circuit
Ampacity
16.2
18
10
8.2
15.6
10.8
Maximum
Fuse Size*
20
20
15
15
20
15
*Or HACR circuit breakers.
Precharged tubing kits:
** Maximum width at top panel.
Ratings include the remote condenser motor, as it
is designed to be powered by the ice machine. If
connecting remote condenser independently of the
ice machine, use the information on the condenser's
dataplate for fuse and wire sizes.
The ice making head’s and the remote condenser’s
refrigeration circuits must be connected. They
are designed to be connected using precharged
refrigerant tubing, supplied in kits of liquid and
discharge tubes. Several lengths are available, order
the one that just exceeds the length needed for the
site.
Table notes: Medium cube models have the same
electrical characteristics as Small. Series revision
code omitted. All the listed condensers include a
headmaster valve.
10”
20’
40’
RTE10
RTE25
RTE40
No additional refrigerant is required.
Central Condenser Coils
Note: Refrigerant charge is supplied with the ice
machine.
The ice machine may be connected to a central
condenser coil. The requirements are:
•
•
•
•
•
Coil – not previously used with mineral oil system.
Virgin coil preferred.
Correct size (internal volume) and capacity
(BTUH).
Includes a headmaster valve for discharge
pressure control. Headmaster kit available
for certain MAC condensers, kit number is
RCKCME6GX.
Fan motor on all the time or controlled to be on
whenever the ice machine is operating.
Non-Scotsman condensers must have prior
Scotsman Engineering approval for warranty
coverage to be in effect.
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75’
RTE75
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Water
The quality of the water supplied to the ice machine
will have an impact on the time between cleanings
and ultimately on the life of the product. Water can
contain impurities either in suspension or in solution.
Suspended solids can be filtered out. In solution
or dissolved solids cannot be filtered, they must be
diluted or treated. Water filters are recommended
to remove suspended solids. Some filters have
treatment in them for dissolved solids. Check with a
water treatment service for a recommendation.
RO water. This machine can be supplied with Reverse
Osmosis water, but the water conductivity must be no
less than 10 microSiemens/cm.
Water Purge
Cube ice machines use more water than what ends
up in the bin as ice. While most water is used during
ice making, a portion is designed to be drained out
every cycle to reduce the amount of hard water scale
in the machine. That’s known as water purge, and an
effective purge can increase the time between needed
water system cleaning. In addition, this product is
designed to automatically vary the amount of water
purged based on the purity of the water supplied to
it. The water purge rate can also be set manually.
Adjustments of purge due to local water conditions
are not covered by warranty.
Potential for Airborne Contamination
Installing an ice machine near a source of yeast
or similar material can result in the need for more
frequent sanitation cleanings due to the tendency of
these materials to contaminate the machine.
Most water filters remove chlorine from the water
supply to the machine which contributes to this
situation. Testing has shown that using a filter that
does not remove chlorine, such as the Scotsman
Aqua Patrol, will greatly improve this situation, while
the ice making process itself will remove the chlorine
from the ice, resulting in no taste or odor impact.
Additionally, devices intended to enhance ice machine
sanitation, such as the Scotsman Aqua Bullet, can
be placed in the machine to keep it cleaner between
manual cleanings.
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Panel Removal
1. Locate and loosen the two screws at the bottom
of the front panel.
5
2. Pull the front panel out at the bottom and pull it
down and off the machine.
3. Remove two screws at the front edge of the top
panel, and lift up the top panel until it clears the
front of the side panels, then push back 1” and lift
it up and off the machine.
1. Remove
Screws
3
Dataplate
Location
4. Locate and loosen the screws holding each side
panel to the base.
5. Pull the side panel forward to release it from the
back panel.
This manual covers several models of remote cubers.
The model number on the ice machine can be found
either on the dataplate, which is on the back panel, or
the serial number tag, which is behind the front panel.
See the illustration for the locations of the dataplate
and the serial number tag.
The remote condenser has a separate model and
serial number. Its model and serial number is on the
dataplate on the condenser near the quick connect
fittings.
Write the model and serial numbers here:
Model
Serial Number
Ice machine
Bin
Condenser
5
2
4. Remove
Screws
Dataplate Location and panel Removal
Check the bin top gasket for rips or gaps. If recycling
an older bin, replace the gasket or repair with food
grade sealant prior to placing the ice machine on the
bin.
Install the bin top adapter or ice dispenser adapter, if
one is required for the application.
If the ice machine has not been unpacked, do so now.
Remove the carton from the skid. Lift the ice machine
off the skid directly onto the bin.
Note: The machine is heavy. Use a mechanical lift if
necessary.
Write the day of start up here:_______________
Uncrate and Set Up
Begin with the ice storage bin or dispenser. If a bin,
remove the carton, and, using part of the carton as
a cushion, tip the bin on its back to remove the skid.
Attach the supplied legs or optional casters. Return
the bin to a normal, upright position.
Secure the ice machine to the bin with the hardware
provided (two metal straps and four bolts).
Place the bin and ice machine in the selected location
and level it using the bin leg levelers.
Remove the white plastic covering the panels.
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Remote Condenser Location
Use the following for planning the placement of the
condenser relative to the ice machine
Location Limits - condenser location must not exceed
ANY of the following limits:
•
•
•
•
Maximum rise from the ice machine to the
condenser is 35 physical feet
Maximum drop from the ice machine to the
condenser is 15 physical feet
Physical line set maximum length is 100 feet.
Calculated line set length maximum is 150.
Do NOT:
Route a line set that rises, then falls, then rises.
Route a line set that falls, then rises, then falls.
Calculation Example 1:
The condenser is to be located 5 feet below the ice
machine and then 20 feet away horizontally.
5 feet x 6.6 = 33. 33 + 20 = 53. This location would be
acceptable
Calculation Formula:
Calculation Example 2:
•
•
•
•
Drop = dd x 6.6 (dd = distance in feet)
Rise = rd x 1.7 (rd = distance in feet)
Horizontal Run = hd x 1 (hd = distance in feet)
Calculation: Drop(s) + Rise(s) + Horizontal Run =
dd+rd+hd = Calculated Line Length
The condenser is to be located 35 feet above and
then 100 feet away horizontally. 35 x 1.7 = 59.5.
Configurations that do NOT meet these requirements
must receive prior written authorization from
Scotsman.
Operating a machine with an unacceptable
configuration is misuse and will void the warranty.
59.5 +100 = 159.5. 159.5 is greater than the 150
maximum and is NOT acceptable.
dd
40.35"
22.87"
Max 35’
Remote Condenser Located
ABOVE Ice Machine
17.15"
hd
Max 15’
rd
Remote Condenser Located
BELOW Ice Machine
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Condenser Distance &
Location Schematic
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For The Installer: Remote Condenser
Locate the condenser as near as possible to the
interior location of the ice machine.
Note: The location of the condenser is relative to the
ice machine is LIMITED by the specification on the
prior page.
Meet all applicable building codes.
Remote
Condenser
Roof Attachment
Install and attach the remote condenser to the roof
of the building, using the methods and practices of
construction that conform to the local building codes,
including having a roofing contractor secure the
condenser to the roof.
Remote Condenser
Refrigerant Connections
Remote Condenser
Electrical Connection
Ice Machine Refrigerant
Connection
Interconnecting Wire
Ice Machine Electrical
Connection
Power Supply
Typical System Installation
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Precharged Line Routing
Do not connect the precharged tubing until all routing
and forming of the tubing is complete. See the
Coupling Instructions for final connections.
1. Each set of pre-charged tubing lines contains a 3/8”
diameter liquid line, and a 1/2” diameter discharge
line. Both ends of each line have quick connect
couplings, the end without access valves goes to the
ice maker.
Note: The openings in the building ceiling or wall,
listed in the next step, are the minimum sizes
recommended for passing the refrigerant lines
through.
2. Have the roofing contractor cut a minimum hole for
the refrigerant lines of 1 3/4”. Check local codes, a
separate hole may be required for the electrical power
supply to the condenser.
Caution: Do NOT kink the refrigerant
tubing while routing it.
Minimize
Outdoor Tubing
3. Route the refrigerant tubes thru the
roof opening. Follow straight line routing
whenever possible. Excess tubing
may EITHER be coiled up INSIDE the
building OR cut out prior to connection
to the ice maker and condenser.
Keep Excess
Tubing Within
Conditioned
Space
If the excess tubing is cut out, after rebrazing the tubing must be evacuated
prior to connection to the ice maker or
condenser.
If the excess tubing is to be coiled, spiral
it horizontally to avoid excess trapping in
the lines.
5. Have the roofing contractor seal the
holes in the roof per local codes
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Coupling Instructions
The couplings on the ends of the pre-charged line
sets are self-sealing when installed properly.
Follow these instructions carefully.
Note: As the couplings are tightened, the diaphragms
in the quick connect couplings will begin to be
pierced. As that happens, there will be some
resistance to tightening the swivel nut.
These steps must be performed by an EPA Certified
Type II or higher technician.
Initial Connections
1. Remove the protector caps and plugs. Wipe the
seats and threaded surfaces with a clean cloth to
remove any possible foreign matter.
2. Lubricate the inside of the couplings, especially the
threads with refrigerant oil.
4c. Continue tightening the swivel nut until it bottoms
out or a very definite increase in resistance is felt (no
threads should be showing).
3. Position the fittings on the correct connections on
the condenser and ice machine.
•
•
Liquid
Discharge
Final Connections:
4a. Begin by tightening the couplings together by
hand until it is certain that the threads are properly
engaged.
4b. Then using two wrenches tighten the coupling
until it bottoms out or a definite increase in resistance
is felt.
It is important that ONLY the nut on the pre-charged
tube be turned, or the diaphragms will be torn out
by the piercing knives and they will be loose in the
refrigeration system.
5. Use a marker or pen to mark a line on the coupling
nut and unit panel. Then tighten the coupling nut an
additional one-quarter turn. The line will show the
amount that the nut turns. Do NOT over tighten.
6. After all connections have been made, and after the
receiver valve has been opened (do not open yet),
check the couplings for leaks.
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Plumbing Requirements
All models require connection to cold, potable water.
A hand actuated valve within site of the machine
is required. There is a single 3/8” FPT inlet water
connection.
2. Connect drain tubing to drain fitting.
Water Filters Install a new cartridge if the filters were
used with a prior machine.
Use rigid drain tubes and route them separately – do
not Tee into the bin’s drain.
All models require drain tubing to be attached to them.
There is a single ¾” FPT drain fitting in the back of the
cabinet.
Vent the reservoir drain. A vertical vent at the back of
the drain, extended about 8 – 10” will allow the
Install new tubing when replacing a prior ice machine,
as the tubing will have been sized for the old model
and might not be correct for this one.
1. Connect water supply to water inlet fitting.
3. Route the drain tubing to building drain. Follow
local codes for drain air gap.
gravity drain to empty and also keep any surges
during draining from discharging water.
Horizontal runs of drain tubing need a ¼” per fall per
foot of run for proper draining.
Follow all applicable codes.
Note: This NSF listed model has a 1" anti-back flow
air gap between the potable water inlet tube end and
the highest possible reservoir water level, no back
flow device is required.
Water Supply
Water Supply
Connection
Drain Must Be
Vented
Field Supplied
Water Fitting
Drains Must Be
Separate
Water Supply and Drain Illustration
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Electrical
The machine is not supplied with a power cord, one
must either be field installed or the machine hardwired.
The dataplate on the back of the cabinet details
the power requirements, including voltage, phase,
minimum circuit ampacity and maximum fuse size.
HACR type circuit breakers may be used in place of
fuses. Extension cords are not permitted. Use of a
licensed electrician is recommended.
The ice maker is designed to operate on its own
electrical circuit and must be individually fused.
Voltage variation must not exceed the limits listed
earlier.
The remote condenser is designed to be powered
from the ice machine. A separate knockout hole has
been provided in the ice maker electrical junction box.
1. Remove the junction box cover and route the
power cord through the access hole and properly
attach the power supply wires to the leads in the
junction box.
2. Attach the remote condenser fan motor wires to
the wires in the junction box tagged “fan motor
leads”.
3. Install field supplied strain reliefs per code.
4. Attach a ground wire to the ground connection in
the junction box.
5. Check voltage when complete.
6. Return the junction box cover to its original
position and secure with the original screws.
Follow all applicable local, state and national
codes.
Electrical connections are made inside the junction
box in the back panel of the ice machine.
To Remote
Condenser
Fan Motor
Install
Strain
Relief
Junction
Box
Cover
Ground Wire
Connection
Install
Strain
Relief
Power Supply
Wires
Electrical Connection Detail
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Final Check List:
1. Is the unit located indoors in a controlled
environment?
Open door to access On
and Off switch buttons.
2. Is the unit located where it can receive adequate
cooling air?
3. Has the correct electrical power been supplied to
the machine?
4. Have all the water supply connections been
made?
5. Have all the drain connections been made?
6. Has the remote condenser been properly
installed?
7. Has the interconnecting tubing been properly
routed between the remote condenser and the ice
machine?
8. Have the quick connects been properly
connected?
9. Has the power supply wire from the ice machine
to the remote condenser been properly run and
connected?
10.Has the unit been leveled?
11.Have all unpacking materials been removed?
Lower Light and Switch Panel
This user accessible panel provides important
operational information and duplicates the lights and
switches on the controller. It also allows access to
the On and Off buttons that operate the ice machine.
Sometimes access to the switches should be limited
to prevent unauthorized operation. For that purpose
a fixed panel is shipped in the hardware package.
The fixed panel cannot be opened.
To install the fixed panel:
12.Is the water pressure adequate?
13.Have the drain connections been checked for
leaks?
14.Has the bin interior been wiped clean or sanitized?
15.Have any water filter cartridges been replaced?
1. Remove the front panel and remove the bezel.
2. Spread the bezel frame open and remove
original door, insert fixed panel into bezel. Be
sure it is in the closed position.
3. Return bezel to panel and install panel on unit.
16.Have all required kits and adapters been properly
installed?
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Initial Start Up
1. Remove front and left side panels. Check machine
for any packing or wires rubbing moving parts.
Note location of control board in upper left corner
of the machine’s front.
6. When the ice has frozen enough, the Ready for
Harvest indicator light will be on steady. After it’s
been on steady for a few seconds Harvest will
begin.
2. Switch on the electrical power to the machine.
Observe that some of the control’s indicator lights
glow and its display shows O.
7. The display shows an H.
3. Wait 4 hours for the compressor’s crankcase
heater to warm up the oil in the compressor.
Start Up
1. Open the water supply valve.
2. Turn the receiver’s outlet valve to the full open
position.
3. Push and release the lower ON button.
The indicator light will begin to blink F. The purge
valve will open and the water pump will start. The inlet
water valve will open to add water to the reservoir.
After a few seconds the purge valve will close and
the water pump will stop. Water will flow into the
machine until the reservoir is full. The hot gas valve
and harvest assist device will activate and the liquid
line solenoid valve will open, then the compressor
and water pump will start. The display will show a
continuous F. Five seconds later the hot gas valve will
close and the harvest assist device will return to its
standby position. Warm air will be discharged from the
condenser coil.
4. During the Freeze cycle move the curtain and
observe that the SW1 or SW2 light on the control
board blinks On when the curtain moves away
from the evaporator and Off when returned to its
normal position.
Note: Moving the curtain during the Freeze cycle has
no affect on control function, but will cause water to
flow into the cube chute.
The hot gas valve opens and the harvest assist
mechanism is activated. The purge valve opens to
drain some water, when it does the inlet water valve
opens to refill the reservoir. After a few seconds the
purge valve closes but the inlet water valve continues
to fill the reservoir. Harvest continues until the ice
is released as a unit and forces the curtain to open.
When the curtain opens it signals the controller which
returns the unit to a freeze cycle.
8. Check the ice harvested for proper bridge
thickness. The ice bridge is factory set at 1/8 inch.
If needed, adjust bridge thickness. Do NOT make
it too thin.
9. Return the panels to their normal positions and
secure them to the machine.
10.Instruct the user in the operation of the machine
and its maintenance requirements.
11.Fill out and mail the warranty registration form.
Typical Cycle Times (minutes)
Listed times are for clean machines. Cycle times at
startup will be longer until the system stabilizes.
Model
C0530R
C0630R
C0830R
C1030R
5. Observe the Ready for Harvest indicator light. It
may blink early in the freeze cycle, that is normal.
The control will ignore that signal for the first 6
minutes of freeze.
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70oF. cond air /
50oF. water
12-14
8-10
10-12
10-12 1
90oF. cond air /
70oF. water
13-15
9-11
11-13
2-14
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Adjustments
1/8 - 3/16 “
bridge
Bridge Thickness - For the Service Tech Only
1. Push and hold Off till the machine stops.
2. Remove evaporator cover.
3. Remove curtain.
4. Use a hex wrench and rotate the bridge thickness
adjustment screw in 1/8 turn increments CW
to increase bridge thickness. Rotate CCW to
decrease bridge thickness.
Caution: Do not make the bridge too thin or the
machine will not harvest properly. Bridge thickness
adjustments are not covered by warranty.
Just Right
small cube
Too Big
5. Return curtain and evaporator cover to their
normal positions.
Just Right
med cube
Too Small
Ice Bridge Thickness Check
6. Push and release the On button. Check next
harvest of ice. Repeat steps 1-6 if needed.
Water Purge Setting
The water purge is factory set to automatically adjust
the amount of water purged per cycle. The setting
can be changed to one of 5 manual settings or left on
automatic.
Purge
setting
Water
Type
1 - Minimum
2 - Moderate
Bridge Thickness Adjustment Mechanism
3 - Standard
4 - Heavy
5 - Maximum
A - Automatic
RO water or
Low TDS non Setting for
equivalent,
- RO water
typical water
TDS less than
35
High TDS
water
Very High
TDS water,
greater than
256
Factory setting,
suitable for
any water with
conductivity not
less than 10
microSiemens/cm.
To set:
1. Switch the machine OFF by holding the Off button in until a number or the letter A shows on the display.
2. Press and release the On button repeatedly until the number on the display corresponds to the desired
setting.
3. Press and release the Off switch again to return to the normal control state.
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Use and Operation
Once started, the ice machine will automatically make
ice until the bin or dispenser is full of ice.
Note: A Component Indicator Light switches ON to
indicate that the component is operating.
When ice level drops, the ice machine will resume
making ice.
Note: There are two Curtain Switch lights, SW1 and
SW2. These single plate models have one curtain
switch light on all the time (either one), as a curtain
switch light is ON when a curtain is either open or not
present.
Caution: Do not place anything on top of the ice
machine, including the ice scoop. Debris and moisture
from objects on top of the machine can work their way
into the cabinet and cause serious damage. Damage
caused by foreign material is not covered by warranty.
There are four indicator lights at the front of the
machine that provide information on the condition of
the machine.
Indicator Lights:
•
•
•
•
Power
Status
Water
De-Scale & Sanitize
Indicator Lights & Their Meanings
Power
Status
Water
De-Scale & Sanitize
Steady Green
Normal
Normal – bin full or
making ice
-
-
Blinking Green
Self Test Failure
Switching on or off
-
-
Blinking Red
-
Diagnostic shutdown
or, if making ice,
temperature sensor
failure
Lack of water
-
Yellow
-
-
-
Time to de-scale and
sanitize
Blinking Yellow
-
-
-
In Cleaning mode
Light off
No power
Switched off
Normal
Normal
All Blinking
Unit remotely locked out – check with leasing company
If the Water light is on, the machine has sensed a
lack of water. Check the water supply to the machine.
The water may have been shut off or the water filter
cartridges need to be changed.
If the De-Scale light is on, the machine has
determined that it may need to be cleaned. Contact
an authorized Scotsman service agent and have the
machine cleaned, de-scaled and sanitized.
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Control Switches
The On and Off Switches are accessible from the
front of the machine.
Use of adjustable ice level control
There are several positions the ice level can be set
to, including Off (knob and label indicators lined up),
where it fills the bin until the standard bin control shuts
the machine off. See the kit’s instructions for complete
details.
To switch the machine OFF, push and release the Off
button. The machine will shut off at the end of the next
cycle.
Control Options
There are two optional, field installed controls that can
be on this machine.
•
•
VariSmart™ adjustable ice level control
SmartBoard™ advanced control board and data
logger
Optional adjustable ice level control (KVS)
When this option is present there is an adjustment
post and an additional indicator light to the right of the
four indicator lights mentioned above. The ultrasonic
ice level control allows the user to control the point
that the ice machine will stop making ice before the
bin or dispenser is full. Reasons for this include:
•
•
•
•
r
To switch the machine ON, push and release the
On button. The machine will go through a start up
process and then resume ice making.
02-4294-01
Graphic Rev. B
Bin
Lowe
rm
No
Full
Adjust Ice Level
Rotate the adjustment post to the desired ice level.
The machine will fill up to that level and when it shuts
off the indicator light next to the adjustment post will
be on.
Note: Ice will build up in the bin or dispenser at an
angle, the distances listed above will be from the
sensor to the top of the ice directly beneath it.
The actual distance between the highest point of the
ice may be closer or further away, depending upon
the angle of the ice.
Seasonal changes in ice used
Planning to sanitize the bin
Faster turnover for fresher ice
Certain dispenser applications where maximum
ice level is not desired
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Rotate knob to set ice leve
Yellow Arrow = Max Ice
White Arrow = Min Ice
Left Green = Dispenser hig
Norm = Lower in Dispense
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Cleaning, Sanitation and Maintenance
This ice system requires three types of maintenance:
•
•
•
Remove the build up of mineral scale from the ice machine’s water system and sensors.
Sanitize the ice machine’s water system and the ice storage bin or dispenser.
Clean the remote condenser.
It is the User’s responsibility to keep the ice machine and ice storage bin in a sanitary condition. Without
human intervention, sanitation will not be maintained. Ice machines also require occasional cleaning of their
water systems with a specifically designed chemical. This chemical dissolves mineral build up that forms during
the ice making process.
Sanitize the ice storage bin as frequently as local health codes require, and every time the ice machine is
cleaned and sanitized.
The ice machine’s water system should be cleaned and sanitized a minimum of twice per year.
1. Remove the front panel.
Note: If unit has not been de-scaled for an extended
period of time and significant mineral scale remains,
repeat steps 4-6.
2. Remove the evaporator cover.
3. Remove all ice from the storage bin or dispenser.
4. Push and release the Clean button. The yellow
Clean light will blink and the display will show
C. The machine will harvest any ice, drain the
reservoir and begin to refill it.
Note: Curtain must be in the closed position. Move
curtain to release any ice trapped after ice is
harvested.
5. Observe code display, when it blinks the
characters “A d 1” immediately go to the next step.
6. Pour 10 ounces (C0530 or C0630) or 12 ounces
(C0830 or C1030) of Scotsman Clear 1 ice
machine scale remover into the reservoir. The
unit will circulate the scale remover, then drain
and flush it. This will take 35 minutes, then the
machine will stop and the display will show O.
7. Mix a cleaning solution of 1 oz of ice machine
scale remover to 12 ounces of water.
8. Locate curtain, push in on edge of curtain by pivot
pin to release it. Pull curtain out of machine.
9. Remove water distributor from ice machine.
Remove cover, inspect distributor for restricted
orifice holes, flush out any debris and open any
restricted holes. Return cover to distributor, be
sure it is fully attached.
10.Locate ice thickness sensor. Squeeze mounting
legs together to release sensor.
Push Here
to Release
Curtain
Ice machine cleaner and scale
remover contains acids. Acids
can cause burns.
If concentrated cleaner comes
in contact with skin, flush with
water. If swallowed, do NOT
induce vomiting. Give large
amounts of water or milk. Call
Physician immediately. Keep
out of the reach of children.
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11.Wash the sensor and the adjustment screw with
ice machine scale remover solution, rinse with
clean water. Also wash the water distributor and
curtain with the ice machine cleaner solution.
Squeeze Tabs Together, Slide Out Until it Stops
Then Lift to Remove
15.Thoroughly wash all surfaces of the ice thickness
sensor, water level sensor, curtain and water
distributor with the sanitizer solution.
16.Wash all interior surfaces of the freezing
compartment, including evaporator cover and right
side panel liner with the sanitizer solution.
17.Return water level sensor, ice thickness sensor,
water distributor and curtain to their normal
positions. Be sure water level sensor and ice
thickness sensor are completely dry.
18.Push and release the Clean button. The yellow
Clean light will blink and the display will show C.
The machine will go through a harvest cycle, drain
the reservoir and begin to refill it.
19.Observe code display, when it blinks the
characters “Ad1” immediately go to the next step.
Remove and Inspect Water Distributor
20.Pour the sanitizing solution into the reservoir until
it is full. The unit will circulate the sanitizer, then
drain and flush it. This will take 35 minutes, then
the machine will stop and the display will show O.
Inspect Orifice Holes
21.Return all panels and covers removed to their
original positions.
12.Locate water level sensor. Squeeze catches
together and pull up to remove sensor.
13.Separate probes from housing and wash all
surfaces with ice machine scale remover solution.
Rinse and return probes to holder.
14.Create a solution of sanitizer. Mix 8 ounces of
NuCalgon IMS II and 5 gallons of 105-115 degree
F. potable water to create a 200 ppm active
quaternary solution.
22.Push and release the On button to resume ice
making.
Ice Storage Bin
1. Remove and discard all ice.
2. Mix a solution of 7 ounces Scotsman Clear 1 ice
machine scale remover to 84 ounces of potable
water and wash all interior surfaces of the ice
storage bin to remove any mineral scale build up.
Pour excess cleaner solution into the bin’s drain.
3. Mix a solution of sanitizer and thoroughly wash
all interior surfaces of the ice storage bin. Pour
excess sanitizer solution into the bin’s drain
Release probes by pushing in on white buttons and
pulling probe down out of holder.
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Remote condenser
The condenser fins will need to be cleaned.
Push and release the Off button. Wait until the
machine stops.
Note: Lock out the controller or the ice machine power
supply to prevent an unauthorized fan motor restart.
If there is imbedded grease, use a commercial coil
cleaner to wash out the grease. Dust can be blown
out with compressed air from the inside or use a
vacuum cleaner and soft brush. Be careful not to
damage the condenser’s fins. Use a fin comb to
straighten any bent fins.
Exterior Panels
Fingerprints, dust and grease will require cleaning
with a good quality stainless steel cleaner.
Water filters
Clean
Condenser
Fins
If the machine has been connected to water filters,
check the cartridges for the date they were replaced
or for the pressure on the gauge. Change cartridges
if they’ve been installed more than 6 months or if the
pressure drops too much when the ice machine fills
with water
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What to do before calling for service
Reasons the machine might shut itself off:
•
•
•
•
•
Lack of water.
Freeze cycle takes too long.
Harvest cycle takes too long.
High discharge temperature.
Controller self test failure.
Check the following:
1. Has the water supply to the ice machine or
building been shut off? If yes, the ice machine will
automatically restart within 25 minutes after water
begins to flow to it.
2. Has power been shut off to the ice machine? If
yes, the ice machine will automatically restart
when power is restored.
3. Has someone shut the power off to the remote
condenser while the ice machine still had power?
If yes, the ice machine may need to be manually
reset.
4. Is the curtain open because some ice is stuck
under it? If so, remove the ice and the machine
should start in a few minutes.
Note: Curtain can be removed & replaced anytime the
machine is in a standby mode or when it is in a freeze
cycle. However, removal of the curtain during freeze
will result in water flowing into the bin. Removal of the
curtain during harvest terminates harvest at that point
and, if left off, will result in the machine shutting off.
To Manually Reset the machine.
•
•
•
Check For
Ice Stuck
Under Curtain
Open Switch
Door
Switches
Open the switch access door
Push and release the Off button.
Push and release the On button.
To Shut the Machine Off:
1. Push and hold the Off button for 3 seconds or until
the machine stops.
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SCOTSMAN ICE SYSTEMS
775 Corporate Woods Parkway
Vernon Hills, IL 60061
800-726-8762
www.scotsman-ice.com
17-3495-03
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