Schaerer Coffee Celebration - Jacobs Douwe Egberts Professional

Schaerer Coffee Celebration - Jacobs Douwe Egberts Professional
Schaerer Coffee Celebration
Programming manual
V02 / 08.2013
Operator service touch screen
Self-service touch screen
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2
5
6
3
3
5
2
6
4
1
1
Card readers
2
Status bar
3
Beverage fields (programmable)
4
Function fields *
* On machines with self-service mode, press
the area to the right of the date for ±4 seconds
to enter the function level.
Schaerer AG
P.O. Box
Allmendweg 8
CH-4528 Zuchwil, Switzerland
info@schaerer.com / www.schaerer.com
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Manual hot rinsing
6
Diagnosis screen
Press the area for ±4 seconds
Press the area for ±4 seconds
Original programming instructions
PASCC_EN
N° 021411
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Schaerer Coffee Celebration
Programming manual
V02/08.2013
publisher:
Schaerer AG, P.O.Box, Allmendweg 8, CH-4528 Zuchwil
edition:
Version 02/08.2013
Software:
V3.64
Design and editing:
Schaerer AG, P.O.Box, Allmendweg 8, CH-4528 Zuchwil
Copyright ©:
Schaerer AG, CH-4528 Zuchwil
All rights, including those to the translations into foreign languages, are reserved. Copying, duplication or distribution of this document or parts
thereof in any form whatsoever, or transmission by electronic means, without the written consent of the publisher is prohibited. All information,
technical data, pictures and figures are based on the latest information available at the time of printing. Schaerer AG reserves the right to make
changes at any time without further notice. All pictures, figures and display messages in this manual serve only as examples. Because of the
wide variety of options available, your machine may vary from the units depicted in the pictures. In the event of misunderstandings, the German
(DE) document shall always be authoritative for Schaerer AG.
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Introduction
Introduction
Signs and symbols
Safety
Danger!
Risk of electrocution!
Attention!
Danger to user and/
or machine!
Attention!
Hot fluid!
Attention!
Hot steam!
Attention!
Hot surface!
Attention!
Risk of trapping
fingers!
Cross-reference
Notes & tips
Notes
Time information
Environment
Disposal
The machine must be
disposed of according to regulations.
Recycling
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Table of contents
Table of contents
Introduction................................................................4
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4. System test/calibration.......................................33
Setting examples for parameters............................................ 7
4.1. Input / output test.......................................................................33
4.2. Diagnosis screen.......................................................................33
4.3. Set pump pressure....................................................................34
4.4. Move brew piston......................................................................34
4.5. Calibrate grinders......................................................................34
4.6. Grinding time adjustment..........................................................34
4.7. Grinder empty message............................................................35
4.8. Milk empty message.................................................................35
4.9. Functional test...........................................................................35
4.10. Continuous test.......................................................................35
4.11. Drain system...........................................................................36
Installation & commissioning...................................8
5. Chip card service.................................................37
Signs and symbols................................................................... 4
Safety.................................................................................................4
Notes..................................................................................................4
Environment.......................................................................................4
Notes on software......................................................7
Initial operation........................................................................ 8
Setup conditions...................................................................... 8
Installation location............................................................................8
Climate...............................................................................................8
Installation conditions............................................................. 8
Power supply.....................................................................................9
Water connection/draining...............................................................10
Technical data........................................................................ 10
Initial commissioning software.............................. 11
Software dialogue...................................................................11
Calibrating the touch screen............................................................ 11
Selecting the language..................................................................... 11
Selecting the machine mode............................................................12
Setting the machine type..................................................................12
Machine configuration (commissioning)...........................................12
See „1.2. Machine configuration“ on page 16..................................12
Machine information.........................................................................12
Setting the clock...............................................................................13
Assigning external buttons (commissioning)....................................13
See „3.6. Assign external buttons“ on page 31.................................13
Defining the coffee grinders.............................................................13
Filling the machine...........................................................................14
The machine is ready for use...........................................................14
Programming: SERVICE card.................................15
Navigation in the programming level................................... 15
Entering the programming level........................................... 15
Overview of SERVICE card programming level................... 15
1. General parameters.............................................16
5.1. Erase card.................................................................................37
5.2. Change PIN code......................................................................37
5.3. Chip card simulation..................................................................37
5.4. Load counter from SAVE DATA.................................................37
5.5. Load data from SAVE DATA......................................................38
5.6. Save language on chip card......................................................38
5.7. Configure CHEF-card................................................................38
5.3.1 Simulating the CHEF card............................................ 39
1. Free vend.....................................................................................39
2. View counters...............................................................................39
3. Configure products.......................................................................39
4. Configure coffee blends...............................................................40
5. Configure display.........................................................................40
6. Time / Date...................................................................................40
7. Automatic timer............................................................................40
5.3.2 Simulating the PROGRAM card................................... 41
8. Language.....................................................................................41
9. Switch off machine.......................................................................41
10. Enable milk system....................................................................41
1. Enter product prices.....................................................................41
2. Load MONEY-card.......................................................................41
5.3.3 Simulating the ROASTER card..................................... 42
3. Erase MONEY-card......................................................................42
4. Display sales................................................................................42
5. Change PIN code.........................................................................42
6. Payment system settings.............................................................42
1. View counters...............................................................................42
2. Configure products.......................................................................43
3. Language.....................................................................................43
4. Temperature settings....................................................................43
6. Configuring the interface....................................44
6. Configure interface.......................................................................44
7. Setting the payment system...............................45
7.1. Set payment system..................................................................45
7.2. MONEY-card initialisation.........................................................45
7.3. Enter product prices..................................................................46
7.4. Display sales.............................................................................46
7.5. Log on MASTER card...............................................................46
7.6. Delete table (MASTER).............................................................46
7.7. Diagnosis..................................................................................47
1.1. Set temperatures.......................................................................16
1.2. Machine configuration...............................................................16
1.3. Grinder configuration.................................................................19
1.4. Milk parameters.........................................................................19
1.5. Cleaning parameters.................................................................21
1.6. Machine information..................................................................22
1.7. Time / Date................................................................................22
1.8. Automatic timer.........................................................................22
1.9. Alarm functions..........................................................................23
8. Loading the factory settings...............................48
2. Configuring the display.......................................24
9. Viewing the counters...........................................49
2.1. Button configuration..................................................................24
2.2. Set contrast...............................................................................24
2.3. Calibrate touch screen..............................................................24
2.4. Display options..........................................................................25
3. Configuring the products....................................26
3.1. Define new product...................................................................26
3.2. Delete product...........................................................................29
3.3. Set product parameters.............................................................29
3.4. Enter product prices..................................................................30
3.5. Assign buttons...........................................................................30
3.6. Assign external buttons.............................................................31
9.1. Daily counter.............................................................................49
9.2. Monthly counter.........................................................................49
9.3. Machine counter total................................................................49
9.4. Service counter.........................................................................50
9.5. Cleaning statistics.....................................................................50
9.6. Error statistics...........................................................................50
10. Upgrading the software.....................................51
10. Software upgrade.......................................................................51
Special functions.....................................................52
Clear Flag (cleaning cancellation)........................................ 52
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Table of contents
Chip cards................................................................53
SAVE DATA card..................................................................... 53
Function description.........................................................................53
CHEF card............................................................................... 53
Function description.........................................................................53
PROGRAM card...................................................................... 53
Function description.........................................................................53
MONEY card........................................................................... 53
Function description.........................................................................53
Messages and error overview................................54
Card reader............................................................................. 54
User messages....................................................................... 54
Error messages...................................................................... 55
Touch screen dark/no contrast............................................. 56
Safety notes.............................................................57
Danger for the user................................................................ 57
Danger from cleaning products............................................ 58
Application.......................................................................................58
Storage............................................................................................58
Disposal...........................................................................................58
Emergency information....................................................................58
Danger to the machine........................................................... 59
Hygiene regulations............................................................... 59
Water...............................................................................................59
Coffee..............................................................................................60
Milk...................................................................................................60
Automatic machine powder/instant powder.....................................60
Liability.....................................................................61
Operator responsibilities....................................................... 61
Warranty and liability............................................................. 61
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Notes on software
notes on software
CaUtIOn!
Machine damage!
never press the touch screen using force or strong pressure!
Setting examples for parameters
Selecting the parameter to be set
► Select the desired parameter.
–
Setting the value with numbers/letters
► Enter the value on the touch screen keyboard.
► Confirm with
.
–
Selecting a preset setting
► Press on the appropriate field to make the selection.
; The selected setting is displayed on the touch
screen.
To confirm the setting/entry:
► Return to the selection with
.
► Adopt the selection or entry with [YES]
or discard it with [NO].
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Installation & commissioning
Installation & commissioning
Initial operation
The coffee machine must be installed and commissioned by a qualified service technician approved by
the manufacturer.
Caution!
Machine damage!
●● If the coffee machine and/or accessories were transported at temperatures below 10 °C, the coffee machine and/or accessories must be stored for 3 hours at room temperature before the coffee
machine and/or accessories are connected to the mains and switched on. Failure to observe this
precaution can result in a danger of short circuits or damage to electrical components.
●● Always use the new hose set (fresh water/outlet hose) provided with the machine!
Setup conditions
Installation location
The installation location must meet the following conditions:
Caution!
Machine damage!
●● The installation surface must be stable and level so that is does not become deformed under the weight of
the coffee machine.
●● Do not erect on hot surfaces or close to heat sources.
●● Set up the coffee machine in such a way that it can be monitored by trained personnel at all times.
●● The required supply terminals must be within one meter of the machine location according to the structural
installation plans.
●● Maintain the following clearances for maintenance work and operation:
-- Allow enough space above the machine to refill beans.
-- Leave a distance of at least 15 cm from the back of the machine to the wall (air circulation).
●● Comply with all applicable local kitchen regulations.
Climate
The installation location requires the following climatic conditions:
Caution!
Machine damage!
●●
●●
●●
●●
Ambient temperature of 10 °C to 40 °C (50 °F to 104 °F)
Relative humidity maximum 80% rh
The coffee machine is designed for indoor use only.
Protect the device against freezing. If the coffee machine was exposed to freezing temperatures, contact a
customer service representative authorised by the manufacturer before using the machine.
Installation conditions
Preparatory structural work must be commissioned by the machine supplier. It must be carried out by licensed
installers observing all general as well as locally applicable regulations. Schaerer AG service technicians may
only connect the device to the prepared connections. They are neither authorised to carry out structural installation, nor are they responsible for its implementation.
Ambient temperature
+10 °C to max. +35 °C (if there is a danger of freezing, drain the water
system)
Humidity
Relative humidity maximum 80% rh
Setup distances
The coffee machine should be set up according to the following requirements:
●● The required supply terminals must be within one meter of the installation location according to the structural installation plans.
●● Observe the technical data.
●● Maintain the following clearances for maintenance work and operation:
-- At the top, maintain clearance for adding beans
-- On the left side, maintain a clearance of ± 35 cm
-- Between the rear panel of the device and the wall, maintain a
minimum clearance of 15 cm for air circulation
●● Observe and comply with all applicable local kitchen regulations.
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Installation & commissioning
Power supply
Mains voltage tolerance
400 V (+10% / -10%), mains break < 50 ms no functional interruption
Protection
IP 50
Model BCL
Model
Fuse (installation site)
Connecting
cable conductor
cross-section
3 x 16 A
5 x 1.5 mm2
3 x 16 A
5 x 1.5 mm2
1 x 30 A
3 x 4 mm2
3 x 16 A
5 x 1.5 mm2
2 x 30 A
4 x 10 AWG
Fuse (installation site)
Connecting
cable conductor
cross-section
3 x 16 A
5 x 1.5 mm2
3000-3400 W
1 x 16 A
3 x 1.5 mm2
5800-6900 W
1 x 30 A
3 x 4 mm2
10200 W
3 x 16 A
5 x 1.5 mm2
2 x 30 A
4 x 10 AWG
2 x 16 A
3 x 1.5 mm2
Fuse (installation site)
Connecting
cable conductor
cross-section
3000-3400 W
3 x 16 A
5 x 1.5 mm2
5800-6900 W
1 x 30 A
3 x 4 mm2
2 x 30 A
4 x 10 AWG
2 x 16 A
3 x 1.5 mm2
Power requirements
380-415 V 3N~ 50/60 Hz
8500-10100
W
3000-3400 W
SCC BCL Europe
220-240 V ~
50 Hz
SCC BCL Korea
400 V 3N~
50/60 Hz
SCC BCL Japan,
Saudi Arabia, Norway Network B
200-220 V 3~
50/60 Hz
5800-6900 W
10200 W
7400-8400 W
5000-5700 W
Model BC
Model
Power requirements
380-415 V 3N~ 50/60 Hz
SCC BC Europe
SCC BC Japan,
Saudi
Arabia,
Norway Network
B
3000-3400 W
5800-6900 W
220-240 V ~
SCC BC Korea
8500-10100
W
50 Hz
400 V 3N~
50/60 Hz
200-220 V 3~
50/60 Hz
200-220 V 2~
50/60 Hz
7400-8400 W
5000-5700 W
5000-5700 W
Model C
Model
Power requirements
SCC C Europe
220-240 V ~
SCC C Japan, Saudi Arabia, Norway
Network B
200-220 V 3~
50/60 Hz
200-220 V 2~
50/60 Hz
50 Hz
7400-8400 W
5000-5700 W
5000-5700 W
The electrical power supply must be connected in accordance with the applicable regulations (VDE 0100)
and the regulations of the country of installation. Type of power cable at least H05 RN-F. The voltage
specified on the serial plate must match the supply voltage at the installation location.
Caution!
Machine damage!
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●● The phase must be fused at the ampere value specified on the serial plate.
●● It must be possible to disconnect the device from the mains power supply at all poles.
●● Never operate a device with a damaged power cord. Have a defective power cord or plug replaced
immediately by a qualified service technician.
●● Schaerer AG recommends against using an extension cable. If, despite this, an extension cable is
used (minimum cross-section: 1.5 mm2), observe the manufacturer data for the cable (operating
instructions) and the locally applicable regulations.
●● The mains cables must be installed in such a way that they do not present a tripping hazard. Do
not pull the cords over corners or sharp edges, pinch them between objects or allow them to hang
loosely in a room. Do not place cables over hot objects, and protect them from oil and aggressive
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cleaning agents.
●● Never lift or pull the device by the power cord. Never pull the plug out of the socket by its cord.
Never touch the power cord or plug with wet hands! Never insert a wet plug into a power socket.
Water connection/draining
The water supply connection must be made in accordance with the applicable requirements and the regulations of the respective country. If the machine is connected to a newly installed water line, the pipe and
the inlet hose must be thoroughly flushed to prevent particles from entering the machine. The coffee
machine must be connected to an installed drinking water line with a shut-off valve. The machine is connected to the pressure reducing valve on the main water valve (set to 0.3 MPa (3 bar)) using the mounted
pressure hose and the G 3/8" screw connection. If the machine is connected to a drain, the included temperature-resistant drain hose must be connected to the drip tray and the siphon. It must be firmly attached
to the drain and slanted at a downward angle (so that the water can flow downward).
Caution!
Machine damage!
●● Always use the new hose set (fresh water/outlet hose) provided with the machine! Do not use an
old hose set!
●● Schaerer AG recommends setting the pressure reducing valve to 0.3 MPa (3 bar).
Water supply
G 3/8" tube connection (inside thread) with main tap and dirt filter provided by customer, max. water temperature 30 °C.
Flow speed
Min. 2 l/min.
Water pressure
Caution!
Machine damage!
Water inlet temperature
Recommended
Maximum
0.1-0.3 MPa (1-3 bar)
0.6 MPa (6 bar)
Minimum
Maximum
10 °C
30 °C
Water quality
The water must be free of contaminants and the chlorine content must
not exceed 100 mg per litre. Do not connect the machine to pure reverse
osmosis water or other aggressive types of water. The carbonate hardness must not exceed 4 – 6°dKH (German carbonate hardness) or 7 –
10°fKH (French carbonate hardness), and the total hardness value must
always be higher than the carbonate hardness. The minimum carbonate
hardness is 4°dKH or 7°fKH. The pH value must be between 6.5 – 7.
Water drainage line
Hose at least Ø 19 mm, minimum slope 2 cm/m
Technical data
Subject to technical change!
* For special configurations, refer to serial
plate; specified values are for the basic
configuration.
** Depending on machine configuration
and model.
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Nominal power *
Water capacity
Steam boiler **
Hot water boiler **
3000 W/2 x 3000 W
3000 W
Steam boiler **
Hot water boiler **
0.8 litres/1 litre
0.8 litre/1.2 litre
Operating temperature
Steam boiler **
Hot water boiler **
Permissible operating temperature (T max.):
Minimum operating temperature (T min.):
Operating temperature:
192 °C
10 °C
140 °C
192 °C
10 °C
95 °C
Working overpressure
Steam boiler **
Hot water boiler **
Working overpressure:
Permissible operating overpressure (p max):
Testing overpressure:
2.5 bar
12 bar
24 bar
2.5 bar
12 bar
24 bar
Mains connection *
●● 3N AC/50/60 Hz/400 – 415 V
●● 3 AC/50/60 Hz/200 – 220 V
Bean hopper
±1000 g per bean hopper
External dimensions
Width:
Height:
Depth:
BCL:
756 mm
894 mm
617 mm
BC:
523 mm
894 mm
617 mm
Empty weight
BCL: ±75 kg
BC: ±50 kg
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Initial commissioning software
Initial commissioning software
To configure the desired parameters, press the corresponding button on the touch screen.
Caution!
Machine damage!
Never press the touch screen using force, strong pressure or pointed objects!
Software dialogue
The software dialogue (commissioning dialogue) appears in the following cases:
●● When the unit is first commissioned
●● When a new, empty CPU is inserted
Calibrating the touch screen
1
►► Press the cross at the top right 1 (using a pencil if necessary)
►► Press the cross at the bottom left 2 (using a pencil if
necessary)
–
2
Selecting the language
►► Select the desired display language.
–
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Selecting the machine mode
Selection options:
●● Operator service:
-- For operator service machines.
●● Self-service:
-- For self-service machines.
–
Setting the machine type
Selection options:
●● C:
-- 1 boiler for coffee and hot water
●● C:
-- 1 boiler for coffee, 1 boiler for hot water
●● C UC:
-- 1 boiler for coffee and hot water, 1 boiler for steam,
milk system under counter
●● BC:
-- 1 boiler for coffee, 1 boiler for hot water
See „1. General parameters“ on page
16and
See „1.1. Set temperatures“ on page 16
●● BCL:
-- 1 boiler for coffee, 1 boiler for hot water, 1 boiler for
steam, integrated milk system
●● BC UC:
-- 1 boiler for coffee, 1 boiler for hot water, 1 boiler for
steam, milk system under counter
Machine configuration (commissioning)
See „1.2. Machine configuration“ on page 16
Machine information
Setting the machine number (YY.WW.NNNNNN):
●● YY.
●● WW.
●● NNNNNN
= production year
= production week
= machine number
To set the installation number:
●● Only use one number per customer so that the CHEF
Machine number:
card can be used to program all machines.
●● See the information on the serial plate.
Country code:
●● This parameter is no longer in use.
To confirm the entry:
►► Confirm with
.
►► Return to the selection with
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Initial commissioning software
Setting the clock
Date:
►► Enter the day, month and year on the keyboard.
Time:
►► Enter the hour and minutes on the keyboard.
Summer/winter time:
►► Press on the appropriate field to select "Disabled" or
"Auto-switch over".
"Auto-switch over":
To change the date display:
►► Pressing on the field changes the date display.
●● Day-month-year
●● Month-day-year
Automatically switches between daylight
saving time/standard time (summer/winter
time).
To change the time display (12/24):
►► Pressing on the field changes the time display.
●● 15:29
●● 03:29pm
To confirm the entries:
►► Confirm with
.
►► Return to the selection with
.
Assigning external buttons (commissioning)
See „3.6. Assign external buttons“ on page 31
Defining the coffee grinders
Step 1: Enable or disable the grinders
►► Press on the appropriate field to enable or disable the
grinder(s).
Step 2: Enter the coffee blend
►► Press on the grinder symbol to enter the name of the coffee blend.
Step 3: Set the standard grinder, decaffeinated slot,
decaffeinated source
●● Standard grinder:
-- Defines which grinder is automatically selected
when new products are set.
●● Decaffeinated slot:
-- Defines where the coffee powder is added.
●● Decaffeinated source:
-- Defines the side on which the coffee powder is
added.
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IMPORTANT NOTES:
●● Only enable grinders that are physically
present on the machine.
●● Machines with 4 grinders do not have a
manual decaffeinated slot (DECAF).
●● See „1.3. Grinder configuration“ on
page 19
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Filling the machine
The machine can be tested for leaks before it is filled. The
entire pipe system is tested.
►► Select [Test for leaks].
;; The leakage test begins.
;; The message "End test" is displayed.
►► Select [OK].
;; The leakage test is ended.
Stop the test manually with the displayed
[OK ] field.
;; The instruction to switch off the machine appears.
►► Switch the machine off and back on.
►► Select [Fill].
;; Filling is active.
;; The message "Enable milk system" is displayed.
Option 1: With milk system:
►► Select [YES].
;; The milk hose is filled.
Filling takes ±2 minutes.
;; The machine heats up and is ready for use.
Option 2: Without milk system:
►► Select [No].
;; The machine heats up and is ready for use.
The machine is ready for use
After the machine is heated up, it is ready for use. The
machine can now be programmed further.
;; Pre-defined beverage buttons are displayed.
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Programming: SERVICE card
To configure the desired parameters, press the corresponding button on the touch screen. The standard
settings are shown on the image of the touch screen/parameter.
Caution!
Machine damage!
Never press the touch screen using force or strong pressure!
Navigation in the programming level
Confirm parameter/input
Exit menu/return to selection
1
2
3
Move forward/back in the selection; show next/previous touch screen
Entering the programming level
Enter the programming level as follows:
►► Insert the SERVICE card.
►► Enter the PIN.
.
►► Confirm with
;; The setting level appears on the touch screen.
Overview of SERVICE card programming level
The following selection menus are available:
1. General parameters
2. Configure display
3. Configure products
4. System test/calibration
5. Chip card service
6. Configure interface
7. Payment system settings
8. Load factory settings
9. View counters
10. Software upgrade
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See page 24
See page 26
See page 33
See page 37
See page 44
See page 45
See page 48
See page 49
See page 51
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1. General parameters
1. General parameters
See „Setting examples for parameters“ on page 7
Parameter/menu item
Procedure
Explanations and notes
1.1. Set temperatures
There is a difference between the target and actual temperatures because of the programmed over temperature of 10 °C. The over temperature
cannot be set.
Range: 70-99 ºC
Recommendation:
●● 90 °C
Coffee water temperature
90/94 ºC
Tea/Coffee from one boiler
Disabled
►► Enable if the machine only has one hot water boiler (coffee and tea).
Only enable on:
●● SCC C CT1
Hot water heater
Enabled
►► Enable if the machine has a separate hot water boiler (simultaneous mode).
Enable on:
●● SCC C CT2 / SCC BC / SCC BCL
Hot water temperature
95/99 ºC
Steam heating
Disabled
Steam temperature
130/132 ºC
Milk temperature (Autosteam)
68/0 ºC
►► Set the brewing water temperature. fxf
;; The target and actual temperatures are displayed.
Range: 70-99 ºC
►► Set the hot water temperature.
;; The target and actual temperatures are displayed.
Recommendation:
●● 95 °C
►► Enable if the machine has a separate steam boiler.
Enable on:
●● SCC C CS / SCC BC / SCC BCL
Range: 70-135 ºC
Recommendation:
●● 130 °C for machines with a cold milk
system, under-counter milk system
►► Set the steam temperature.
;; The target and actual temperatures are displayed.
Range: 68-80 ºC
►► For machines with a temperature sensor (Autosteam) in
the steam outlet.
;; When the programmed temperature is reached,
the steam automatically switches off.
Note:
The parameter appears when "Autosteam" is selected in the "Steam"
product parameters.
Available for:
●● SCC BC / SCC BCL
Recommendation:
●● 62-70 °C
Under temp. HW
Disable serving
►► When the hot water boiler temperature is too low, disable
dispensing or display a warning on the touch screen.
–
1.2. Machine configuration
LanguageGerman
Fresh water tank
Disabled
►► Set the display language.
See „Setting examples for parameters“ on page 7
►► Enable if the machine is being operated with an external
drinking water tank.
●● Connection on the PC board:
-- X3 D8 (cable colour: green)
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1. General parameters
Parameter/menu item
Waste water tank
Procedure
Disabled
Explanations and notes
►► Enable if the machine is being operated with an external
waste water tank.
●● Connection on the PC board:
-- X3 Z8 (cable colour: brown)
Connection
3 phase (16 A)
Range: 3 phase 16 A, 1 phase 30 A, 1 phase 16 A
►► Adjust the power connection in accordance with the serial plate.
IMPORTANT NOTES:
●● Check the serial plate of the machine
before making changes.
●● It is prohibited to change the connection
cabling of the machine.
Mix operation (preselection)
Enabled
►► Enable or disable the mixed beverage selection (for all
beverages).
●● In self-service mode, this parameter
must be disabled.
●● "Preselection" must be enabled on the
corresponding beverage.
Buttons 2x-click
Enabled
►► When enabled, pressing on the beverage button twice
(within 1 second) dispenses a double beverage.
●● In self-service mode, this parameter
must be disabled.
●● "Double beverage" must be enabled on
the corresponding beverage.
►► Enable or disable self-service.
●● When enabled, the function buttons are
not visible in the ready-to-use mode.
●● See the cover sheet back for detailed
information.
Self-serviceDisabled
Switch off with the CHEF cardDisabled
Empty grounds container
60 coffees
Filter change
X litres
Service request
by time
Service request after
12 months
Mains voltage
230 volt
Boiler heating
3 kW
Steam outlet
Brewer rinsing
Automatic (with button)
None
Version of the control board Auto. (rev.
3)
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►► Enable if the machine is switched on and off using the
CHEF card.
Range: 0-100 coffees
►► Set the capacity of the grounds container.
–
Set to 0 for machines with a counter
grounds chute. The container is no longer
monitored. Empty once a day.
Range: 0-60,000 litres
►► Set the number of leaders until the water filter needs to
be changed.
–
Range: by time, by (brew) cycles, disabled
►► Enable if the service request should be displayed on the
touch screen.
–
Range: 0-24 months
►► Depending on the "Service request" parameter, set the
number of months or brew cycles.
–
Attention: measure the mains voltage before setting.
This value influences the boiler heating.
When the beverage button is pressed, the
heater for the programmed water quantity
starts directly (for a period of time).
►► Set the existing mains voltage (±10%).
;; (200 V/210 V/220 V/230 V/240 V/250 V)
Range: 2.2 kW, 3 kW
►► Set the power of the boiler heating.
●● Standard: 3 kW
●● See the serial plate.
Range: Automatic (with button), Manual (with wand),
See „3.6. Assign external buttons“ on page
None
31
►► Set the steam dispensing method.
Range: None, 15 minutes, 30 minutes, 45 minutes, 60
minutes
Recommendation:
●● No brewer rinsing!
►► Set automatic brewer rinsing.
Brewing process without coffee.
Range: Auto (rev. 3), rev. 3, rev. 6
IMPORTANT NOTE:
This is detected automatically. Do not
change the setting.
►► Version of the PC board in use.
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Parameter/menu item
Safety switches
Procedure
Disabled
Explanations and notes
Disabled:
►► For machines produced until 12.2007 (0752 XXX‘XXX).
Enabled:
See also Technical Information 013-08.
►► For machines produced as of 01.2008 (0801 XXX‘XXX).
Brewing motor
36 V
Range: 24 V, 36 V
Before making a setting, check the software version.
►► Set the brewing motor variant in use.
IMPORTANT NOTE:
The brewing motor 36 VDC requires at least
SW V3.14 and is standard equipment as of
July/08!
●● See also Technical Information 040-08.
●● For additional information on the brewing motor, See page 18
Information on the brewing motor 24 V/36 V
Correct position (after initialisation)
●● The brewing motor that is programmed matches the one
that is actually in use.
The brewing unit is in the correct "Home"
position after initialisation.
Wrong position 1 (after initialisation)
●● Brewing motor in use = 24 V.
●● Programmed brewing motor variant = 36 V.
The lower piston moves too far up after initialisation (motor too fast).
Wrong position 2 (after initialisation)
●● Brewing motor in use = 36 V.
●● Programmed brewing motor variant = 24 V.
The lower piston does not move up far
enough after initialisation (motor too slow).
Temperature display
ºCelsius
Steam cup warmer
Disabled
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Range: ºCelsius, ºFahrenheit
►► Set the temperature unit.
►► Enable or disable the steam cup warmer.
–
Visible as of software V3.42
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Parameter/menu item
Procedure
Explanations and notes
1.3. Grinder configuration
ATTENTION: Only enable grinders that are physically present on the machine.
Grinder left
Enabled
Grinder back
Enabled
Grinder right
Enabled
Grinder front
Enabled
►► Enable or disable the left grinder.
►► Enable or disable the back grinder.
►► Enable or disable the right grinder.
►► Enable or disable the front grinder.
See „Setting examples for parameters“ on page 7
–
–
–
►► Select the desired bean hopper symbol.
►► Enter the name of the coffee blend/roast.
If desired, the name can be entered for the
roast being used.




Example:
●● Left grinder = espresso
●● Right grinder = coffee
Grinder left
Grinder back
Grinder right
Grinder front
Default grinder
Grinder front
Decaffeinated slot
Manual filling
Decaffeinated source Manual insert right
►► Set the standard grinder.
Range: Manual filling, Grinder, Disabled
►► Set the source for the decaffeinatede coffee.
This grinder is saved as the standard grinder in the beverage programming.
–
►► Set the source that is used for the decaffeinated coffee
–
inlet.
1.4. Milk parameters
Milk system
BCL
Range: BCL, UC, None
►► Set the existing milk system.
See „Setting examples for parameters“ on page 7
IMPORTANT NOTE:
●● When the milk system is activated, it is
subsequently cleaned.
Pump speed (h. milk)
65%
Pump speed (foam)
80%
Fill milk hose
4.0 s.
Range: 0-100%
►► Set the pump speed for hot milk.
Range: 0-100%
►► Set the pump speed for milk foam.
Range: 1.0-15.0 seconds
►► Filling time for filling the hose with milk.
This setting influences the milk temperature at the outlet. The lower the percentage
(pump speed), the higher the temperature
at the outlet.
The milk hose is filled for the set time to prevent dosing fluctuations.
IMPORTANT NOTE:
●● After a hot rinse, the hose is automatically filled with milk for the time period
set here.
Duration microsteam
4.0 s.
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Range: 3.0-10.0 seconds
►► Set the fine steam duration.
For cleaning the milk hoses after a milk beverage is dispensed.
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Parameter/menu item
Rinse hot
Outlet rinsing
Procedure
Explanations and notes
Range: Outlet rinsing, None (Milk hose rinsing,
Repeating milk hose rinsing)
●● Outlet rinsing: BCL
●● Milk hose rinsing: BC & C UC
●● Repeating milk hose rinsing: BC & C
UC
►► Define the rinsing variant.
●● For SCC BC & C UC, milk hose rinsing can be repeated
automatically. The rinse interval is set with the "Rinsing
delay" parameter.
Rinse delay
15 min.
Milk pump return
1.5 s.
Level control
Sensor
Range: 5-90 minutes
IMPORTANT NOTE:
●● Time setting in the "Fill milk hose" parameter.
►► Set the interval of the milk system rinse.
–
Range: 0.0-5.0 seconds
To drain the milk hose between the pump
and the outlet. To do this, the milk pump operates in reverse.
►► Set the reverse operation of the milk pump after a milk
beverage is dispensed.
Range: Sensor, Milk balance, Disabled
►► Set the existing milk level control.
For detailed information on the milk level
control, see below.
Level control with milk balance BCL
●● The value for the "Milk empty" message can be set in the
"System test / calibration“ menu.
Proceed as follows:
●● Machines produced until 12.2007;
●● Machine number: 0752 XXX‘XXX
See „4.8. Milk empty message“ on page 35
Level control with sensor BCL
●● The "Milk empty" message cannot be adjusted.
●● Machines produced as of 01.2008
●● Machine number 0801 XXX‘XXX
●● The "Milk empty" message cannot be adjusted.
●● Machines produced as of 05.2009
●● Machine number 0905 XXX‘XXX
Level control with sensor, under-counter milk BC/C
Proceed as follows:
2
Description of LED:
1
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Under-counter milk pump unit
►► Place the milk container with the desired "Milk empty"
quantity in the refrigerator.
►► Turn screw 1 until LED 2 lights up green.
●● LED lights up green = Milk is detected
●● LED does not light up = Milk is not detected
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parameter/menu item
Empty message
procedure
Disable serving
Squeezer fridge active (!)
Disabled
explanations and notes
range: Disable serving, Warning
► To disable the machine (or generate a warning) as soon
as the milk container is empty.
► Enable if the machine has the new rinse system.
●
Set "Disable serving" for machines in
self-service mode.
IMPORTANT NOTES:
● This parameter is only active with PC
board version 6!
● Only available with SCC BCL.
● See also Technical Information 027-08.
1.5. Cleaning parameters
Cleaning request
Info
range: Information, Obligatory, Disabled
► Set whether or not the machine should generate a message when cleaning becomes necessary.
Information:
After the set quantity of coffee is reached,
"Clean machine“ is displayed on the touch
screen.
Obligatory:
After the set quantity is reached (coffee or
time), the cleaning request appears on the
touch screen.
Cleaning request after
Cleaning request by time
Cleaning request at
300 coffees
► Set the number of coffees (0-999) before the machine
requests cleaning.
Disabled
► Enable if cleaning should be performed at a certain time
(for example, after the establishment closes for the day).
–
► Set the time for the cleaning request.
●
XX:XX
After the defined number of beverages is
dispensed, the instruction appears on the
screen.
●
The instruction appears on the touch
screen beginning at the set time.
See the following example with activated mandatory cleaning.
example for machines with activated mandatory cleaning
●
●
Switch off after cleaning
Disabled
Flush coffee
Disabled
Cleaning on Sunday
Daily
Cleaning on Saturday
Daily
Cleaning agent (daily)
DAYPURE
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This message stays active in the status line for four (4)
hours. During this time, additional beverages can be dispensed.
After this time expires, all beverage dispensing is disabled and the machine automatically starts the cleaning
programme.
–
► Enable if the machine is to switch off automatically after Recommendation:
cleaning.
● Enable for machines that are not operated 24 hours a day.
► Enable if a flush coffee is to be dispensed after cleaning.
If "Switch off after cleaning" is enabled, the
flush coffee is dispensed after the machine
is switched on again.
range: Daily, Weekly
► Set the cleaning type for the corresponding day.
► Set the cleaning product that is to be used for daily cleaning.
Based on this setting, the machine indicates the cleaning product to be used during
cleaning (see below).
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parameter/menu item
Dosage (daily)
100 ml
Cleaning agent (weekly)
WEEKPURE
Dosage (weekly)
100 ml
procedure
explanations and notes
► Set the dosage of the daily cleaning product.
Dosage:
● 100 ml Daypure
● 1000 ml water (added by the machine)
► Set the cleaning product that is to be used for weekly
cleaning.
► Set the dosage of the weekly cleaning product.
–
Dosage:
● 100 ml Weekpure
● 1000 ml water (added by the machine)
example of the message generated during cleaning
► Based on the settings in the "Cleaning parameters"
menu, this message is displayed during daily cleaning.
Today's cleaning
- Take out the milk container and clean it
- Insert the cleaning container with
cleaning product
Daily cleaning:
DAYPURE
Dosage 100 ml
–
Do not close the door of the cooling unit.
OK
1.6. Machine information
Machine number
0.00.000‘00X
Installation number
2
Country codes
0
Setting the machine number (YY.WW.nnnnnn):
●
●
●
YY.
WW.
NNNNNN
= production year
= production week
= machine number
●
Only use one number per customer so that the CHEF
card can be used to program all machines.
Machine number:
● See the information on the serial plate.
IMPORTANT NOTE:
● This parameter is no longer in use.
1.7. Time / Date
Date
XX.XX.XXXX
Time
XX:XX
Summer/winter time
Disabled
Change the date display
Set the time display (12/24)
► Set the date.
► Set the time.
► Enable if the machine should automatically switch from
daylight saving to standard time (summer/winter time).
► Press to set the display format.
► Press to set the display format.
See „Setting examples for parameters“ on page 7
–
–
[Day / Month / Year] or [Month / Day / Year]
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Parameter/menu item
Automatic timer
Procedure
Enabled
Monday06:00-22:00
Auto switch on
Switch-on at
Auto switch off
Switch off at
Enabled
06:00
Enabled
22:00
Explanations and notes
►► Enable or disable the automatic timer mode.
See „Setting examples for parameters“ on page 7
Range: Monday - Sunday
The operating times must be set individually
►► Set the switching on and switching off times for each in- for each day.
dividual day.
►► Enable to permit the entry of an automatic switching-on
time.
►► Set the automatic switching-on time.
►► Enable to permit the entry of an automatic switching-off
time.
►► Set the automatic switching-off time.
–
–
–
–
1.9. Alarm functions
This parameter has not been implemented.
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2. Configuring the display
2. Configuring the display
Parameter/menu item
Procedure
Explanations and notes
2.1. Button configuration
Number of buttons
2x5
Range: 1x2, 1x3, 1x4, 1x5, 2x2, 2x3, 2x4, 2x5
See „Setting examples for parameters“ on page 7
►► Set the number of beverage buttons per touch screen
level.
FramesRectangular
Range: None, 1st line, 2nd line, Rectangular, Rectangular
2, 3D Rectangular
–
►► Define how the beverage buttons are to be displayed.
Font
Range: Normal 13, Bold 13, Normal 16, Bold 16, Normal
24, Bold 24
Normal 13
Examples:
►► Define the size of the beverage name lettering.
Normal 13
Normal 16
Normal 24
2.2. Set contrast
More contrast:
►► Increase the contrast using
►► Confirm/cancel using
.
.
–
Less contrast:
►► Decrease the contrast using
►► Confirm/cancel using
.
.
2.3. Calibrate touch screen
1
►► Press the cross at the top right 1 (using a pencil if necessary)
►► Press the cross at the bottom left 2 (using a pencil if
necessary)
IMPORTANT NOTE:
●● Never press the touch screen using
force, strong pressure or pointed objects!
RECOMMENDATION:
●● Recalibrate every time a service is performed.
2
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Parameter/menu item
Procedure
Explanations and notes
2.4. Display options
Output time
Display clock
Beep duration
Disabled
Time and date
10 ms.
Delay level 2->1
Display prices
Product symbols
5 s.
Disabled
Product symb.
►► Enable if the beverage dispensing time should be displayed on the touch screen.
See „Setting examples for parameters“ on page 7
Range: Time and date, Time, Disabled
►► Set whether the time and/or date is to be displayed on
the touch screen.
►► Set the beep duration when a field is pressed.
–
–
►► Set the time that elapses before the machine automatically changes from the current screen to the previous
one.
–
►► Enable if the beverage prices should be displayed on the
touch screen.
Payment via the MONEY card or a payment
system must be enabled.
Range: Product symbols, "Press button"
Examples:
►► Set whether the beverage symbols or only text should be
displayed.
Product symbol
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3. Configuring the products
3. Configuring the products
Parameter/menu item
Procedure
Explanations and notes
3.1. Define new product
►► Select the required basic beverage from the list.
NOTES:
●● The product configuration is subdivided
into two lists. There is a standard list
(cannot be changed) and a machinespecific list (can be changed).
●● In general, this is where you define the
symbol that will be displayed on the
touch screen for the new beverage.
Example for beverages without milk
Product name
Product type
Coffee 2
Coffee
Counted products
1
Strokes per button
1
Water quantity
Powder quantity
60 ml
8.0 gr.
PreselectionEnabled
Grinder back
Grinder front
100 %
►► Basic beverage (selection from the list at top)
►► Set the number of beverages counted for each dispensed beverage.
0 ml
See „Setting examples for parameters“ on page 7
This parameter cannot be changed.
This parameter influences the counters
(daily counter, machine counter).
►► Set the number of piston strokes per beverage dis- Recommended for double products (2
pensed.
strokes) or when using large pots.
Range: 10-600 ml
►► Set the water quantity of the selected beverage.
–
Range: 6-16.0 g
IMPORTANT NOTE:
●● Do not set to above 16 g. Danger of
overflowing brewing chamber.
►► Set the powder quantity of the selected beverage.
►► Enables or disables the beverage preselection.
Range: 0-100%
►► Set the grind mixture for the selected beverage.
●● Disable for machines in self-service
mode.
●● Must be generally enabled in "General
parameters".
Depending on the machine configuration,
between 1-4 grinders are available:
●●
●●
●●
●●
0%
DecaffeinatedPreselection
Pre-infuse
►► Enter the name of the new beverage.
Left grinder
Back grinder
Right grinder
Front grinder
Range: Preselection, Disabled
Procedure with preselection:
►► Set the dispensing type for DECAF beverages.
1. Press the preselection button.
2. Press the beverage button.
Range: 0-30 ml
Extends the extraction time; maximum 1 ml
per gram of ground coffee.
►► Set the pre-infusion phase.
Recommended for:
●● Espresso
●● Ristretto
●● Cappuccino
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0.0 s.
Range: 0-9.9 seconds
►► Set the duration of the pre-infusion delay.
Recommendation:
●● Between 1-2 seconds.
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Parameter/menu item
Opening of brew chamber
Wet pressing
00 ms.
Disabled
Procedure
Explanations and notes
Range: 0-200 ms
The coffee grounds cake receives space for
expansion. The extraction time shortens.
►► Set the duration for which the brewing chamber is open.
►► Enables or disables wet pressing.
Extends the extraction time. Normally selected together with pre-infusion.
Recommended for:
●● Espresso
●● Ristretto
●● Cappuccino
Initial pressure
Level 1
Range: level 1-5
►► Pressure on the coffee grounds cake before the brewing
process.
The more water, the lower the initial pressure.
Recommendation:
●● Espresso = level 4-5
●● Coffee = level 1-3
Bypass coffee water
0.0 s.
Range: 0-30 seconds
IMPORTANT NOTE:
►► Set the duration of the bypass coffee water.
●● Only activate if bypass coffee water is
physically present.
Water is diverted from the brewing unit and
then returned to it again.
Double product
Preselection
Range: Preselection, Always active, Disabled
Preselection:
►► Enable or disable a double product for the selected beverage.
●● [ 2x ] button must be pressed before the
beverage button is pressed.
Always active:
●● The double beverage function is always
active for this beverage.
2x powder quantity
14.0 gr.
2x delay
0.0 s.
2x open brew chamber
0.0 s.
2x wet pressing
2x initial pressure
Disabled
Level 1
Range: 6-16 g
See page 26 "Powder quantity".
Range: 0-9.9 seconds
See page 26 "Delay".
This parameter only appears if "Double beverage" has been enabled.
This parameter only appears if "Double beverage" has been enabled.
See page 27 "Opening of brew chamber".
This parameter only appears if "Double beverage" has been enabled.
See page 27 "Wet pressing".
This parameter only appears if "Double beverage" has been enabled.
See page 27 "Initial pressure".
This parameter only appears if "Double beverage" has been enabled.
Example for beverages with milk
Product name
Product type
Macchiato 2
Macchiato
Counted products
1
Strokes per button
1
Water quantity
Powder quantity
40 ml
8.0 gr.
PreselectionEnabled
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►► Enter the name of the new beverage.
►► Basic beverage (selection from the list at top)
►► The number of beverages counted for each dispensed
beverage.
See „Setting examples for parameters“ on page 7
This parameter cannot be changed.
Automatically doubled when a double beverage is dispensed.
►► Set the number of piston strokes per beverage dis- Recommended for double products or when
pensed.
using large pots.
Range: 10-600 ml
►► Set the water quantity of the selected beverage.
–
Range: 6-16 g
IMPORTANT NOTE:
●● Do not set to above 16 g. Danger of
overflowing brewing chamber.
►► Set the powder quantity of the selected beverage.
►► Enables or disables the beverage preselection.
●● Disable for machines in self-service
mode.
●● Must be generally enabled in "General
parameters".
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Parameter/menu item
Grinder back
Procedure
100 %
Grinder front
►► Set the grind mixture for the selected beverage.
Milk time
6.0 s.
Foam percentage
100 %
Milk before coffee
Depending on the machine configuration,
between 1-4 grinders are available:
●●
●●
●●
●●
0%
DecaffeinatedPreselection
Outlet variants
Range: 0-100%
Explanations and notes
Range: Preselection, Disabled
►► Set the dispensing type for DECAF beverages.
Range: 0-40 seconds
–
►► Set the dispensing time for hot milk.
–
Range: 0-100%
0%
►► Set the foam percentage.
Range: Milk before coffee, Milk after coffee, Milk with
coffee
Left grinder
Back grinder
Right grinder
Front grinder
= hot milk
100% = milk foam
–
►► Define the dispensing sequence.
Cold milk
8.0 s.
Coffee delay
0.0 s.
Pre-infuse
0 ml
►► Set the dispensing time for cold milk.
►► Set the pause between milk and coffee.
Range: 0-30 ml
►► Set the pre-infusion phase.
–
–
Extends the extraction time; maximum 1 ml
per gram of ground coffee.
Recommended for:
●● Espresso
●● Ristretto
●● Cappuccino
Delay
Opening of brew chamber
Wet pressing
0.0 s.
00 ms.
Disabled
Range: 0-9.9 seconds
►► Set the pre-infusion delay.
Range: 0-200 ms
►► Set the duration for which the brewing chamber is open.
►► Enables or disables wet pressing.
Recommendation:
●● Between 1-2 seconds.
The coffee grounds cake receives space for
expansion. The extraction time shortens.
Extends the extraction time. Normally selected together with pre-infusion.
Recommended for:
●● Espresso
●● Ristretto
●● Cappuccino
Initial pressure
Level 1
Range: level 1-5
►► Pressure on the coffee grounds cake before the brewing
process.
The more water, the lower the initial pressure.
Recommendation:
●● Espresso = level 4-5
●● Coffee = level 1-3
Bypass coffee water
0.0 s.
Range: 0-30 seconds
IMPORTANT NOTE:
►► Set the duration of the bypass coffee water.
●● Only activate if bypass coffee water is
physically present.
Water is diverted from the brewing unit and
then returned to it again.
Double product
Preselection
Range: Preselection, Always active, Disabled
Preselection:
►► Enable and disable a double product for the selected
beverage.
●● [ 2x ] button must be pressed before the
beverage button is pressed.
Always active:
●● The double beverage function is always
active for this beverage.
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14.0 gr.
See page 27 "Powder quantity".
This parameter only appears if "Double beverage" has been enabled.
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parameter/menu item
2x delay
0.0 s.
2x open brew chamber
0.0 s.
2x wet pressing
2x initial pressure
Disabled
Level 1
procedure
explanations and notes
See page 28 "Delay".
This parameter only appears if "Double beverage" has been enabled.
See page 28 "Opening of brew chamber".
This parameter only appears if "Double beverage" has been enabled.
See page 28 "Wet pressing".
This parameter only appears if "Double beverage" has been enabled.
See page 28 "Initial pressure".
This parameter only appears if "Double beverage" has been enabled.
Dispensing test beverages (with/without milk)
Cappuccino
► Press
(at the top of the touch
screen).
; The following parameters appear.
Test product
Test 2x product
Test grind quantity
Test 2x-grind quantity
► To test a normal beverage.
While a beverage is being dispensed, the
following message appears on the touch
screen:
Your product is being prepared.
No error.
► To test a double beverage.
Cancel
► To test the set grind quantity.
► To test the set double beverage grind quantity.
Dispensing can be interrupted by pressing
.
3.2. Delete product
► Select the beverage to be deleted from the list.
; The beverage is deleted from the list.
; Returns to the "3 Configure products" menu.
► Use
to return without deleting.
NOTES:
●
●
It is only possible to delete beverages
from the machine-specific list.
A deletion cannot be reversed.
3.3. Set product parameters
example for beverages without milk
See „Example for beverages without milk“ on page 26
example for beverages with milk
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3. Configuring the products
Parameter/menu item
Procedure
Explanations and notes
See „Example for beverages with milk“ on page 27
3.4. Enter product prices
►► Select the desired beverage.
IMPORTANT NOTE:
Payment via the MONEY card or a payment
system must be enabled.
Example with a coin tester/token tester
Token
0
Price (level 1)
0
Price (level 2)
0
►► Set the token price of the selected beverage.
►► Set the price (level 1) of the selected beverage.
►► Set the price (level 2) of the selected beverage.
See „Setting examples for parameters“ on page 7
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Example with CCI/CSI
►► Set the article number of the selected beverage.
Article number
0
Article number decaffeinated
0
Article number 2x
0
►► Set the decaffeinated article number of the selected beverage.
IMPORTANT NOTE:
●● The article number must correspond to
►► Set the double beverage article number of the selected
the connected point of sale system.
beverage.
Article number 2x / decaffeinated
0
►► Set the decaffeinated double beverage article number of
the selected beverage.
Example with MONEY system
Price (level 1)
0
►► Set the price (level 1) of the selected beverage.
The price factor for level 2 is defined based
on the setting in "7.2. MONEY card initialisation", "Factor price group B".
3.5. Assign buttons
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Parameter/menu item
Procedure
Explanations and notes
►► Select the button to be assigned.
NOTES:
●● The available beverages can be arranged on the touch screen.
●● Newly configured beverages are at the
bottom of the list.
Example for beverage button
Button type
Product button
ProductEspresso
►► "Product button" button type.
►► Select the desired beverage from the list.
–
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Example for preselection button
Button type
Button preselection
Button preselection
Decaffeinated
►► "Button preselection" button type.
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Range: Decaffeinated, 2x products
►► Define the preselection type.
Decaffeinated
2x
Example for the screen change
Button type
Screen change
►► "Screen change" button type.
Screen change
Other products
Font
Level 2
Other products
Range: 1-5 levels
►► Set the desired selection level (screen level).
►► Enter the desired button labelling.
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See „Setting examples for parameters“ on page 7
Example for empty button
Button type
Empty
►► "Empty" button type
"Empty" button
3.6. Assign external buttons
External buttons
Enabled
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►► Enable or disable external buttons.
;; The hot water button and steam button are activated or deactivated.
See the overview below.
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Parameter/menu item
Hot water button
Hot water
Procedure
Explanations and notes
Option 1: Empty selection
►► Assign the [Empty] button type.
;; The "Product" parameter is not active.
;; The external "Hot water button" is not functional.
Option 2: Product button selection
Selection: product button or empty
►► Assign the [Product button] button type.
;; The "Product" parameter is active.
►► Assign the [Hot water] product.
;; The external "Hot water button" is active.
Steam button
Steam
Option 1: Empty selection
►► Assign the [Empty] button type.
;; The "Product" parameter is not active.
;; The external "Steam button" is not functional.
Option 2: Product button selection
Selection: product button or empty
►► Assign the [Product button] button type.
;; The "Product" parameter is active.
►► Assign the [Steam] product.
;; The external "Steam button" is active.
Overview: external buttons and manual wand
►► Since 2006, all SCC are being built with external buttons.
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►► Since 2006, machines are no longer equipped with a
steam wand.
●● Conversion kit from steam wand to external buttons: 070359
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4. System test/calibration
4. System test/calibration
Parameter/menu item
Procedure
Explanations and notes
4.1. Input / output test
ATTENTION: The main relay must always be activated. Only open and use the input/output test after being requested to do so by
Technical Support.
◄
◄
Input 0
Monit. valve 1
►
Output 23
Main relay 30V
►
►► Activate the desired input by pressing it.
Up to three inputs can be tested simultaneously.
●● White background = inactive
●● Black background = active
►► Activate the desired output by pressing it.
Up to three outputs can be tested simultaneously.
●● White background = inactive
●● Black background = active
4.2. Diagnosis screen
Self-explanatory
NOTES:
●● The diagnosis screen lets you view
machine information.
●● Machines until 04.2009 (09xx xxx‘xxx)
have boot loader 1.13.
●● Machines as of 05.2009 have boot
loader 1.40.
●● As of boot loader 1.40, the V-drive
adapter is required (see Technical Information 002-09).
Self-explanatory
NOTES:
●● As of SW v3.64, the "Ext. steam" item
was added.
●● The "Ext. steam" shows the temperature with the "Autosteam" steam setting.
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4. System test/calibration
Parameter/menu item
Procedure
Explanations and notes
4.3. Set pump pressure
►► Start setting the pump pressure by pressing "Start process".
;; The pump now operates in a closed system. The
valves are opened intermittently to release the
pressure.
Start process
►► Set the pump pressure to maximum 7.5-8 bar.
►► The process can be stopped by pressing on "Stop
(xx:xx)".
;; The process stops. The process is stopped automatically after ±2 minutes.
Stop (xx:xx)
The pump pressure must be adjusted in the
following situations:
●● When the machine is first installed;
●● When the machine is moved to a different location;
●● When the water pump is replaced;
●● When preventative maintenance is performed (at least 1 x per year);
●● When it is suspected that the water
pump is not functioning properly.
4.4. Move brew piston
►► Press to move the brewing piston downward.
Down
►► Press to move the brewing piston upward.
Up
►► Press to move the brewing piston to its home position.
Start position
IMPORTANT NOTE:
●● The current monitor is inactive while the
brewing piston is being moved.
●● Never move against the end point for
too long. This may damage the brewing
motor.
4.5. Calibrate grinders
Grinder
Grinder left
Reference grinding
20.0gr.
Start reference grinding
►► Select the grinder that needs to be calibrated.
Calibrate the grinder after:
●●
●●
●●
●●
●●
●●
Range: 5-50 g
►► Set the grind value (see the procedure below).
;; The standard value is 20.0 grams.
Changing the grinding discs
Changing the grinder motor
Changing the grinder (entire grinder)
Adjusting the grind level
Changing the CPU
Upgrading the software
This value must be adjusted after the reference grinding.
►► Start the process by pressing "Start reference grinding".
;; The grinder grinds for 10 seconds.
►► Repeat the process 3-5 times.
;; Enter the weighed value in the "Reference grinding" menu (see above).
Stop (xx:xx)
►► Press on "Stop (xx:xx)" to stop the process prematurely.
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Procedure for calibrating the grinder:
Start reference grinding
►► Bypass the limit switch of the front door.
►► Place a mug between the brewing unit and the grounds
container.
►► Press "Start reference grinding".
;; The grinder grinds for 10 seconds.
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►► After the coffee is ground, weigh it with a digital scale.
►► Enter the weighed value in the "Reference grinding XX.X
gr." menu.
4.6. Grinding time adjustment
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Parameter/menu item
Grinding time adjustment
0.00%
Procedure
Explanations and notes
Range: 0.00-4.00%
For every hour that the grinder operates, the
grinding time is increased by the set percentage.
►► Set the grinding time adjustment.
Recommendation:
●● Do not activate (value 0.00%).
4.7. Grinder empty message
Grinder left
190
Grinder back
190
Grinder right
190
Grinder front
190
Range: 0-200
►► Set the grinder empty message for the selected grinder.
●● Standard: 190 (±2.05 A)
●● Defines the time when the "grinder
empty message" should appear on the
touch screen. If the message appears
while beans are still in the hopper: reduce the value by 30-40 and test again.
●● Requirement: The grinding discs must
be in good condition; there should be no
foreign bodies in the grinder.
4.8. Milk empty message
ATTENTION: Only applies to machines with a milk balance (produced until 0752 XXX‘XXX). In machines with an ultrasound sensor,
the empty message must be set manually on the sensor.
Milk level message
10
Current value
0
►► Set the value of the milk level message.
The value is displayed.
►► Place a milk container with the desired "Milk empty"
quantity in the refrigerator.
►► Press "Accept current value".
Accept current value
●● For further setting, See page 19
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The value is adopted in the "Milk level message" menu.
4.9. Functional test
Number of products
3
Range: 1-3
►► Set the number of beverages for the functional test.
–
►► Selection of beverages; depends on the selection made
above.
–
Product 1
Espresso
Product 2
Coffee
–
Product 3
Cappuccino
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Cycle
60 s.
Start test
Range: 0-9999 seconds
►► Set the waiting time between beverages.
►► Start the functional test by pressing "Start test".
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4.10. Continuous test
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4. System test/calibration
parameter/menu item
Product
Espresso
Number of products
30
procedure
explanations and notes
► Selection of the beverage with which the continuous test
is to be performed.
IMPORTANT NOTE:
The grinder current control is not active during the continuous test. The test can be performed without beans.
range: 1-999
► Select how any beverages should be dispensed during
the continuous test.
► Start the continuous test by pressing "Start test".
Start test
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4.11. Drain system
Do you want to start the drainage
process?
yes
no
to perform the draining process:
► Connect clean compressed air (0.3 MPa (3 bar)) instead
of water at the water inlet.
► Press "Yes" to start the drainage process.
► After the drainage process, remove the boilers and empty them manually.
to refrain from performing the draining process:
●
► Press "No" to return to the previous menu.
●
to depressurise the system (for all repairs on the water circuit):
Drainage is used if the machine is being
de-installed or if it will be transported at
freezing temperatures.
When the machine is switched back on
after being drained, the filling process
starts automatically.
► Start the drainage process.
; The longer the process is active, the colder the
system will become.
► Close the water supply after ±1 minute.
► Disconnect the machine from the power supply.
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5. Chip card service
5. Chip card service
Parameter/menu item
Procedure
Explanations and notes
5.1. Erase card
Please insert card:
- SAVE DATA cards will be erased
- CHEF cards will be erased
- PROGRAM cards will be erased
- MONEY cards will be erased
- To stop, insert SERVICE card
►► Insert the card that needs to be erased.
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5.2. Change PIN code
To change the PIN:
►► Enter the new pin.
►► Confirm with
.
;; The PIN of the inserted chip card was changed.
To go back without changing the PIN:
►► Use
to return to the previous menu.
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5.3. Chip card simulation
5.3.1 CHEF card
5.3.2 PROGRAM card
5.3.3 ROAST card
►► See „5.3.1 Simulating the CHEF card“ on page 39
►► See „5.3.2 Simulating the PROGRAM card“ on page
41
►► See „5.3.3 Simulating the ROASTER card“ on page 42
To simulate the CHEF, PROGRAM and
ROASTER cards with the SERVICE card.
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5.4. Load counter from SAVE DATA
Please insert card:
- SAVE DATA card in order to load
counter values
- To finish, insert SERVICE card
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To load the counter on the machine:
►► Insert the SAVE DATA card.
To refrain from loading the counter on the machine:
►► Insert the SERVICE card.
To load all counters (daily counter, machine
counter, service counter, cleaning statistics)
on the machine.
Required when:
●● Changing the CPU
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parameter/menu item
procedure
explanations and notes
5.5. Load data from SAVE DATA
Please insert card:
- SAVE DATA card in order to import
data
- To finish, insert SERVICE card
to load data on the machine:
► Insert the SAVE DATA card.
to refrain from loading data on the machine:
► Insert the SERVICE card.
To load all data (machine configuration &
beverage data) on the machine.
NOTES:
● The machine number of the inserted
SAVE DATA card is adopted.
● After loading the data, change the
machine number according to the serial
plate.
5.6. Save language on chip card
The language was saved on the card.
► Select the desired language from the list.
► Confirm with "OK".
OK
–
5.7. Configure CHEF-card
Please place CHEF-card
► Insert the CHEF card.
Cancel
●
●
Free vend
Enabled
► Enable whether or not the customer can change to free
–
vending with the CHEF card.
View counters
Enabled
► Enable whether or not the customer can read out the
–
counters with the CHEF card.
Configure products
Enabled
► Enable whether or not the customer can configure beverages with a CHEF card.
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Configure coffee roasts
Enabled
► Enable whether or not the customer can set the coffee
blends with the CHEF card.
–
Configure display
Enabled
► Enable whether or not the customer can configure the
display with the CHEF card.
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Time / Date
Enabled
► Enable whether or not the customer can set the date and
time with the CHEF card.
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Automatic timer
Enabled
► Enable whether or not the customer can set the automat–
ic timer with the CHEF card.
Language
Enabled
► Enable whether or not the customer can set the language with the CHEF card.
Switch off machine
Enabled
► Enable whether or not the customer can switch off the
–
machine with the CHEF card.
Enable milk system
Enabled
► Enable whether or not the customer can switch the milk
system on and off with the CHEF card.
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Any number of CHEF cards can be
used on a machine.
Each CHEF card can be individually
configured.
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Available in:
● SCC BCL
● SCC BC Undercounter Milk (UC)
● SCC C Undercounter Milk (UC)
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5.3.1 Simulating the CHEF card
Parameter/menu item
Procedure
Explanations and notes
1. Free vend
►► Pressing on "Free vend" enables the next beverage to be
dispensed free of charge.
1. Free vend
This parameter only functions in combination with a payment system.
2. View counters
►► To view the daily counter.
2.1. Daily counter
To erase the daily counter:
Daily counter
(at the top
●● Press
of the touch screen) to erase the counter.
●● Confirm with
►► To view the monthly counter.
2.2. Monthly counter
►► To view the machine counter.
2.3. Machine counter total
►► To view the service counter.
2.4. Service counter
►► To view the cleaning statistics.
2.5. Cleaning statistics
OK
.
The monthly counter cannot be erased.
The machine counter cannot be erased.
The service counter cannot be erased.
The cleaning statistics cannot be erased.
3. Configure products
A limited number of parameters can be set here.
Product name
Cappuccino
Water quantity
40 ml
Powder quantity
8.0 gr.
2x powder quantity
0.0 gr.
Milk time
10.0 s.
Cold milk
0.0 s.
Grinder left
100 %
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0%
The product name cannot be changed.
Range: 10-600 ml
See „Setting examples for parameters“ on page 7
►► Set the water quantity.
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Range: 6.0-16.0 g
IMPORTANT NOTE:
●● Do not set to above 16 g. Danger of
overflowing brewing chamber.
►► Set the grind quantity of the selected beverage.
Range: 6.0-16.0 g
►► Sets the grind quantity for double beverages.
Range: 0-40 seconds
►► Set the milk time.
Range: 0-40 seconds
►► Set the cold milk time.
See above.
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–
►► Set the grind mixture of the grinders.
The grinder assignment can be made for
1-4 grinders. This parameter is dependent
on the machine configuration.
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Parameter/menu item
Procedure
Explanations and notes
4. Configure coffee blends
►► Select the desired coffee been hopper symbol.
►► Enter the name of the roast being used.
See „Setting examples for parameters“ on page 7
5. Configure display
5.1. Set contrast
See page 24
–
5.2. Calibrate touchscreen
See page 24
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6. Time / Date
Date25.04.2009
See page 22
Time14:48
Summer/winter time
–
Disabled
Change date format
Change time format (12/24)
7. Automatic timer
Automatic timer
Enabled
Monday6:00-22:00
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See „Setting examples for parameters“ on page 7
See page 22
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Parameter/menu item
Procedure
Explanations and notes
8. Language
►► Select the desired language from the list.
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9. Switch off machine
Can only be selected if "On/off with CHEF card" is enabled.
►► Press to switch off the machine.
9. Switch off machine
–
10. Enable milk system
Only available if the machine has a milk system (SCC BCL, SCC BC UC, SCC C UC).
►► Press to deactivate the milk system.
10. Enable milk system
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5.3.2 Simulating the PROGRAM card
Parameter/menu item
Procedure
Explanations and notes
This parameter only appears if the payment system or accounting via the MONEY card is enabled.
1. Enter product prices
1. Enter product prices
See page 46
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2. Load MONEY-card
Load amount
10.00
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►► Set the amount that should be loaded onto the MONEY
card.
See „Setting examples for parameters“ on page 7
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Parameter/menu item
Procedure
Explanations and notes
►► Press to load the amount onto the inserted MONEY card.
;; The instruction to insert the MONEY card appears.
Load amount on MONEY card
Please insert card:
- MONEY card will be loaded
- To stop, insert PROGRAM card
To end:
●● Insert the PROGRAM card.
3. Erase MONEY-card
►► Insert the MONEY card that is to be erased.
Please insert card:
- MONEY cards will be erased
- To stop, insert PROGRAM card
To end:
●● Insert the PROGRAM card.
4. Display sales
4. Display sales
See page 46
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5. Change PIN code
To change the PIN:
►► Enter the new PIN.
►► Confirm with
.
;; The PIN of the inserted chip card was changed.
To go back without changing the PIN:
►► Use
to return to the previous menu.
–
6. Payment system settings
Payment system
Enabled
►► To enable or disable the accounting system.
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5.3.3 Simulating the ROASTER card
Parameter/menu item
Procedure
Explanations and notes
1. View counters
1. View counters
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Parameter/menu item
Procedure
Explanations and notes
2. Configure products
Product name
Coffee
Water quantity
40 ml
Powder quantity
2 x powder quantity
8.0 gr.
12.0 gr.
Pre-infuse
0 ml
►► Name of the selected beverage.
Range: 10-600 ml
This parameter cannot be changed.
►► Set the water quantity of the selected beverage.
–
Range: 6-16.0 g
IMPORTANT NOTE:
●● Do not set to above 16 g. Danger of
overflowing brewing chamber.
►► Set the powder quantity of the selected beverage.
►► See above.
●● Only visible if "Double product" is enabled for the selected beverage.
●● See above
►► Set the pre-infusion.
Extends the extraction time; maximum 1 ml
per gram of ground coffee.
Recommended for:
●● Espresso
●● Ristretto
●● Cappuccino
Delta pre-infuse
Initial pressure
0
Level 2
Range: +1, +2
►► To increase the set pre-infusion quantity (see above).
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Range: level 1-5
The more water, the lower the initial pressure.
►► Pressure on the coffee grounds cake before the brewing
process.
Recommendation:
●● Espresso = level 4-5
●● Coffee = level 1-3
Delta initial pressure 2 x initial pressure
0
Level 1
2 x delta initial pressure
0
Range: +1, -1
►► To increase/decrease the set initial pressure (see above).
–
►► See above
●● Only visible if "Double product" is enabled for the selected beverage.
►► See above
●● Only visible if "Double product" is enabled for the selected beverage.
3. Language
LanguageGerman
►► Set the display language.
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4. Temperature settings
Coffee water temperature
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Range: 70-99ºC
►► Set the brewing water temperature.
;; The target and actual temperatures are displayed.
Recommendation:
●● 90°C
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6. Configuring the interface
Parameter/menu item
Procedure
Explanations and notes
6. Configure interface
This parameter has not been implemented.
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7. Setting the payment system
Parameter/menu item
Procedure
Explanations and notes
7.1. Set payment system
Example with a coin tester
Payment system
Free vend
Coin tester
Disabled
Display decimal point
Cash limit
Erase remaining credit
Value coin 1-6
Channel 6 as token
2
10.00
Disabled
X.XX
Disabled
Range: None, Token tester, Coin tester, CCI/CSI
See „Setting examples for parameters“ on page 7
►► Set the connected payment system.
►► Enable or disable free vending.
►► Defines how many decimal places are displayed.
►► Defines the maximum value that can be inserted.
;; Amounts over 10.00 are displayed.
►► When enabled, the remaining credit is erased.
►► Set the coin channels 1-6.
►► Enable if tokens are to be accepted on channel 6.
–
●● Default = 2
–
–
–
–
Example with CCI/CSI
The corresponding article number must be set under „3. Configure products“ - „3.4. Enter product prices“.
Payment system
CCI/CSI
Free vend
Disabled
Display decimal point
2
Range: None, Token tester, Coin tester, CCI/CSI
►► Set the connected payment system.
►► Enable and disable free vending.
►► Defines how many decimal places are displayed.
–
–
●● Default = 2
7.2. MONEY-card initialisation
Payment with MONEY-card
Enabled
Old MONEY card
Disabled
Free vend
Disabled
Round display amount
Disabled
Load limit
500.00
Factor price group B
100 %
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►► Enable or disable payment with the MONEY card.
►► Enable if old MONEY cards (size 18 cards) are used.
►► Enable and disable free vending.
–
–
–
For MONEY B card only:
►► If enabled, the displayed amount is rounded up; the actual amount is deleted.
►► The maximum value that can be loaded onto the MONEY card.
–
–
Range: 0-250%
►► To set the price factor (less/more expensive) for the –
MONEY B card.
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7. Setting the payment system
Parameter/menu item
Procedure
Explanations and notes
7.3. Enter product prices
►► Select the desired beverage from the list.
Coin tester and token tester
►► Select the desired beverages and set the price.
CCI/CSI
►► Select the desired beverages and set the article number.
See „Setting examples for parameters“ on page 7
7.4. Display sales
Total sales
XX.XX
Daily sales
XX.XX
►► The total sales are displayed.
NOTE:
●● "Total sales" cannot be erased.
►► The daily sales are displayed.
To erase the daily sales:
►► Press the button.
►► Confirm with
Total token
XX.XX
Daily token counter
XX.XX
yes
.
►► The total token sales are displayed.
NOTE:
●● "Total token" cannot be erased.
►► The daily token counter is displayed.
To erase the daily token counter:
►► Press the button.
►► Confirm with
yes
.
7.5. Log on MASTER card
This parameter has not been implemented.
7.6. Delete table (MASTER)
This parameter has not been implemented.
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Parameter/menu item
Procedure
Explanations and notes
7.7. Diagnosis
Example with coin tester and/or token tester
Coin/token
X
►► To check whether the inserted coins or tokens are recognised.
–
CreditX.XX
–
Delete
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Example with CCI/CSI
CCI payment status
X
►► To check the data transmission between the coffee
machine and point of sale system.
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CCI/CSI communication
X
►► To check the data transmission between the coffee
machine and point of sale system.
–
CCI free vend
X
►► To check the data transmission between the coffee
machine and point of sale system.
–
CCI vending status
X
►► To check the data transmission between the coffee
machine and point of sale system.
–
CCI/CSI communication error
X
►► To check the data transmission between the coffee
machine and point of sale system.
–
CCI current credit
X
►► To check the data transmission between the coffee
machine and point of sale system.
–
Interface type (Account)
X
►► To check the data transmission between the coffee
machine and point of sale system.
–
CCI software level
X
►► To check the data transmission between the coffee
machine and point of sale system.
–
CCI software version
X
►► To check the data transmission between the coffee
machine and point of sale system.
–
CCI payment system
X
►► To check the data transmission between the coffee
machine and point of sale system.
–
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8. Loading the factory settings
8. Loading the factory settings
Parameter/menu item
Procedure
Explanations and notes
8. Load factory settings
Loading the factory settings resets the machine to its default settings.
Operator service
Self-service
►► Select if the machine is an operator service machine.
►► Select if the machine is a self-service machine.
–
–
►► Select the desired factory configuration.
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9. Viewing the counters
9. Viewing the counters
parameter/menu item
procedure
explanations and notes
9.1. Daily counter
► The daily counter for all products is displayed.
To erase the counter:
Daily counter
► Press
.
Daily counter
Do you want to clear the counter
value?
yes
no
9.2. Monthly counter
► The monthly counter for the selected month is displayed.
NOTE:
●
The monthly counter cannot be erased.
9.3. Machine counter total
► The total machine counter is displayed.
NOTE:
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9. Viewing the counters
Parameter/menu item
Procedure
Explanations and notes
9.4. Service counter
Brew piston strokes
XX
►► Erase the counter when:
-- The brewing unit is changed.
To erase the counter:
►► Press the area.
►► Confirm with
Powder quantity grinder back
Powder quantity grinder front
XX
Operating time milk pump [h]
XX:XX
►► Erase the counter when:
-- The milk pump is changed.
To erase the counter:
►► Press the area.
►► Confirm with
Operating time water pump [h] XX:XX
►► Erase the counter when:
-- The water pump is changed.
►► Erase the counter when:
-- The water filter is changed.
01.07.2009
.
yes
.
yes
.
To erase the counter:
►► Press the area.
-
►► Confirm with
Next service
yes
To erase the counters:
►► Press the area.
►► Confirm with
01.07.2009
.
To erase the counters:
►► Press the button.
►► Confirm with
XXX litres
yes
To erase the counter:
►► Press the area.
►► Confirm with
Next cleaning
.
XX
►► Erase the counter when:
-- The grinding discs are changed.
Water quantity
yes
►► Erase the counter when:
-- A service is performed.
yes
.
To erase the counter:
►► Press the area.
►► Confirm with
yes
.
9.5. Cleaning statistics
►► Shows the times and dates of the last 30 cleanings.
NOTE:
●● "Cleaning statistics" cannot be erased.
9.6. Error statistics
►► Shows the time and date of the last 30 errors.
►► Shows the status during a "timeout" using a number
code.
See „Messages and error overview“ on
page 54
NOTE:
●● "Error statistics" cannot be erased.
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10. Upgrading the software
10. Upgrading the software
parameter/menu item
procedure
explanations and notes
10. Software upgrade
Upgrade steps
required tools
1. Back up the data with SAVE DATA.
Hardware
2. Create a serial connection.
3. Set up HEXLoad.
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●
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4. Start the upgrade.
Software
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Upgrade process is started.
Please place SAVE-DATA card to back
up the present configuration.
Cancel
Data successfully saved
Portable computer (laptop)
SAVE DATA card
USB serial converter with extension cord
Current machine software
"HEXLoad.exe" (if not already installed)
Driver for converter (if not yet present)
Data backup
► Insert the SAVE DATA card.
; The machine data are saved on the card.
; The "Data successfully saved" message appears.
► Confirm the message with [OK].
; The instruction to connect the PC and the option
to abort the procedure appear.
OK
>System > Device manager > Connections
IMPORTANT NOTE:
● See also Technical Information 012-09.
NOTE:
The following data are saved on the
SAVE DATA card:
●
●
●
●
●
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System configuration
Accounting configuration
Products configuration
Screen configuration
Counters and statistics configuration
Automatic timer
to install the driver for the USB serial converter:
► Install the driver software for the USB serial converter in
use.
Necessary if a converter is not yet installed.
► Restart the computer after installation.
► Insert the USB serial converter.
► Set the "COM" port of the converter in the system control.
to install "HeXload":
► Install "HEXLoad" and create a link on the "Desktop".
► Place the current machine software on the "Desktop" as
well.
► Drag the machine software over the "Symbol" of the
"HEXLoad" link and release.
; This starts "HEXLoad" automatically and it already contains the current machine software.
Required if "HEXLoad" is not yet installed.
"HeXload" communication settings:
► Select the settings in the "Options" > "Communication"
menu.
● Baud rate:
- 115200 (corresponding to the boot loader version)
●
Configuration is saved. Please
- Connect PC to machine with serial
cable.
- Start HEX-Load.
Cancel
ComPort:
- COM (1-6) (see above)
Baud setting as of versions:
● Baud rate 115200 as of boot loader
V1.09.
● Baud rate 38400 as of boot loader
V1.07 & 1.08.
to start the upgrade:
► Connect the PC and machine with the serial cable.
; When the connection is established, the text
appears at the top right in the window in blue:
"HEXLoad".
► Press the "F9" button to start the upgrade.
; Upgrade progress is displayed using a percentage bar.
The serial interface on the machine is located at the top left behind the front door.
► Confirm the message that the upgrade was successful
with [OK].
► Disconnect the machine from the power supply.
► Detach the serial interface connection.
; The machine software is upgraded.
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Special functions
Special functions
Clear Flag (cleaning cancellation)
► During cleaning, press the area indicated on the left for ±5 seconds.
; The running cleaning process is cancelled.
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Chip cards
Chip cards
SAVE DATA card
Function description
The SAVE DATA card is used for exchanging data between the machine and chip card.
The following data are stored on the chip card/written to the machine.
●● Beverage data
●● Machine configuration
●● Counters (daily counter, monthly counter, service counter)
See „5. Chip card service“ on page 37., „5.4. Load counter from SAVE DATA“ and „5.5. Load data from
SAVE DATA“.
CHEF card
Function description
The CHEF card is used as the programming card for customers. The CHEF card can be used to set a
limited number of parameters.
See „5.7. Configure CHEF-card“ on page 38 and See „5.3.1 Simulating the CHEF card“ on page 39
PROGRAM card
Function description
The PROGRAM card is used as a configuration card if a payment system or internal accounting via the
MONEY card is enabled.
See „5.3.2 Simulating the PROGRAM card“ on page 41
MONEY card
Function description
The MONEY card is used as a means for payment for internal accounting. The MONEY card can be
loaded via the PROGRAM card.
See „7.2. MONEY-card initialisation“ on page 45
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Messages and error overview
Messages and error overview
Card reader
Message
Cause
What to do
"Read error"
●● The card reader cannot recognise the inserted chip card.
●● The chip card is damaged.
►► Clean the chip card with a cotton cloth and insert it
again.
►► Use another chip card.
"Card rejected"
●● The inserted chip card has a different
machine number saved on it.
●● The inserted chip card has a different installation number saved on it.
►► Use the chip cards that were delivered with the
machine.
►► Erase the chip cards on the "Chip card service"
menu and then use as new chip cards.
"Chip card not supported"
●● The inserted chip card is not supported by
the machine/software.
●● The chip card is damaged.
►► Use another chip card.
►► Erase the chip cards on the "Chip card service"
menu and then use as new chip cards.
No reaction when the chip card is
inserted.
●● The card reader does not recognise the inserted chip card.
●● The card reader is faulty.
►► Clean the chip card with a cotton cloth and insert it
again.
►► Check the card reader and replace if necessary.
User messages
Message
Cause
What to do
"Front door open"
●● The front door is open or the lock is not
properly engaged.
●● The limit switch is faulty.
►► Close the front door.
►► If the message persists: change the limit switch.
"Grounds container missing"
●● The grounds container is not properly inserted.
●● The limit switch is faulty.
►► Push the grounds container in properly.
►► If the message persists: change the limit switch.
●● The respective coffee bean hopper is empty.
►► Add max. 1 kg. of fresh beans.
►► If the message persists:
-- Set the "Grinder empty message" again.
-- Check the grinder motor/grinding discs.
"Grinder left no beans"
"Grinder back no beans"
"Grinder right no beans"
"Grinder front no beans
Operator service:
►► Fill the milk container.
►► Confirm with
"Milk empty"
●● The milk container is empty.
.
OK
Self-service:
►► Fill the milk container.
►► To confirm, press
OK
for ±4 seconds.
►► If the message persists: check the milk balance/
sensor and replace if necessary.
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Messages and error overview
Error messages
Message
Cause
What to do
"Undertemperature steam"
●● Excessive dispensing of steam.
●● The phase safety device is faulty.
●● The safety thermostat is open.
►► If "Timeout steam heater" appears on the operating
field after ±3 minutes, check if the safety device is
faulty.
►► Check if the safety thermostat opened (if so, check
the temperature sensor for damage).
"Undertemperature coffee"
●● Excessive dispensing of coffee.
●● The phase safety device is faulty.
●● The safety thermostat opened.
►► If "Timeout heater coffee" appears on the operating
field after ±3 minutes, check if the safety device is
faulty.
►► Check if the safety thermostat opened (if so, check
the temperature sensor for damage).
"Undertemperature tea"
●● Excessive dispensing of tea.
●● The phase safety device is faulty.
●● The safety thermostat opened.
►► If "Timeout hot water heater" appears on the operating field after ±3 minutes, check if the safety device
is faulty.
►► Check if the safety thermostat opened (if so, check
the temperature sensor for damage).
●● No water supply connection.
●● Pump faulty (pump pressure <7.5 bars). (►
Read from the manometer)
●● The brewing unit is blocked.
●● The water system is blocked.
●● The grind mixture is too fine.
●● Electrical problem (PC board, ...).
►► Open the shut-off valve and press the beverage button again.
►► Check the brewing unit.
►► Check the grinder mixture.
►► Check the flow meter for clogging.
►► Check the pipes from the pump to the brewing unit
for clogging.
"Grinder l./b. motor driver error"
●● The PC board is faulty.
►► Change the PC board.
"Grinder r./f. motor driver error"
●● The PC board is faulty.
►► Change the PC board.
"Brewing piston motor driver error"
●● The PC board is faulty.
►► Change the PC board.
"Temperature sensor steam"
●● The temperature probe of the steam boiler
is faulty.
►► Check whether the safety thermostat was triggered.
►► Check the temperature sensor visually (blue discolouration?) and replace if necessary.
"Temperature sensor coffee"
●● The temperature probe of the coffee water
boiler is faulty.
►► Check whether the safety thermostat was triggered.
►► Check the temperature sensor visually (blue discolouration?) and replace if necessary.
"Water flow error"
"Hot water temperature sensor"
►► Check whether the safety thermostat was triggered.
●● The temperature probe of the hot water
►► Check the temperature sensor visually (blue discolboiler is faulty.
ouration?) and replace if necessary.
"Timeout water supply"
●● The water level in the steam generator is not
correct.
►► Check if the main water tap is open.
►► Disconnect the machine from the mains and reconnect it.
►► If the message persists: check that the level sensor
is functioning properly and replace if necessary.
"Timeout steam heater"
●● The programmed target temperature was
not reached within the specified time.
►► Switch the coffee machine off and back on.
►► Check the phase safety device.
"Timeout heater coffee"
●● The programmed target temperature was
not reached within the specified time.
►► Switch the coffee machine off and back on.
►► Check the phase safety device.
"Timeout hot water heater"
●● The programmed target temperature was
not reached within the specified time.
►► Switch the coffee machine off and back on.
►► Check the phase safety device.
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Message
"Timeout brew unit"
Messages and error overview
Cause
What to do
●● Fault during filling or draining.
►► Switching the machine off and on resets the error.
►► Notify Technical Support of the error analysis using
the binary code displayed in the history.
●● The water pump is overheated.
●● If the pump is active longer than 5 minutes
with pauses of at most 3 seconds, the pump
is switched off and an entry is made in the
error log.
●● In addition, a global register is displayed in
the history, which indicates the status during
the timeout (bit code).
S:b000001000000010
"Timeout water pump"
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
The bit code indicates the status during the last
timeout. (The code is read from right to left, see the
graphic in the column to the left).
●● 0 = Off
●● 1 = On
Example of bit code: S:b000001000000010
-- 0:Pump requirement, coffee
-- 1:Pump requirement, water
-- 2:Pump requirement, steam
-- 3:Pump requirement, external
-- 4:Pump requirement, reserve
-- 5:Pump requirement, test
-- 6:Valve service, backfeed
-- 7:Valve service, active
-- 8: Product dispensing, coffee
-- 9: Product dispensing, tea
-- 10: Product dispensing, steam
-- 11: Product dispensing, cup warmer
-- 12:Product dispensing, milk
-- 13:Cleaning, brewing unit
-- 14: Product dispensing, cappucinatore
;; In this example, positions 1 and 9 were
activated.
If there are multiple entries of the timeout, the last entry is used for the error analysis.
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Message
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Cause
What to do
●● The plug is not connected to the socket or
the main switch is set to OFF.
●● The touch screen is faulty.
●● Capacitor missing in the 5-V circuit.
●● Wrong touch screen version installed (current version: 5a).
●● Cable incorrectly routed on the HMI print.
►► Connect the machine to the mains or switch on the
main switch.
►► Check that the touch screen is functioning properly.
►► Check the following technical information.
-- TI 004-07 [SCC] Additional capacitor in 5-volt
supply
-- TI 005-07 [SCC] New touch screen set 057900
(ground cable)
-- TI 009-09 [SCC] Touch screen revision 5a
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Safety notes
Safety notes
Maximum safety is one of the most important features of Schaerer AG products. The effectiveness of the
safety devices is guaranteed only if the following instructions are observed to prevent injuries and health
hazards:
●●
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●●
●●
Read the User Manual carefully before using the device.
Do not touch hot machine parts.
Do not use the coffee machine if it is not working properly or is damaged.
Under no circumstances may the installed safety devices be modified.
Danger for the user
Danger!
Risk of electrocution!
Caution!
Health risk!
Caution!
Risk of irritation and
burns!
Improper handling of electrical devices can result in electric shock. The following instructions
absolutely must be complied with:
●● Only skilled electricians may carry out work on electrical systems!
●● The device must be connected to a fuse-protected circuit! (We recommend conducting the connection
through an earth leakage circuit breaker.)
●● All relevant guidelines on low voltage and/or country-specific or local safety regulations and laws must be
observed.
●● The connection must be properly earthed and protected from electric shock.
●● The voltage must correspond to the data on the device's serial plate.
●● Never touch energised parts!
●● Before carrying out service work, always switch off the main switch and/or disconnect the device from the
power supply system.
●● The power cable may only be replaced by qualified service technicians.
Improper handling of the coffee machine can lead to light injury. The following instructions absolutely must be complied with:
●● This device is not intended to be operated by persons (including children) with limited physical, sensory
or mental capabilities or a lack of experience and/or knowledge unless they are supervised by a person
responsible for their safety or obtain instructions from this person on how to operate the device.
●● Supervise children to ensure that they do not play with the device.
●● The coffee machine must be installed so that there are no impediments to care and maintenance.
●● In both self-service and operator service applications, trained personnel must supervise the machine in
order to ensure that the care instructions are observed and that personnel is available for questions regarding its use.
●● Only fill the bean hopper with coffee beans, the powder container with powder for automatic machines and
the manual inlet with ground coffee (or cleaning tablets during cleaning).
There is a risk of scalding in the dispensing area of beverages, hot water and steam. Never reach
under the dispensing points while the machine is dispensing or during cleaning.
Never reach under the dispensing points while the machine is dispensing or during cleaning.
Caution!
Risk of burns!
Caution!
Risk of trapping
fingers!
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The dispensing positions and the brewing unit may be hot. Do not touch any part of the dispensing equipment except the grips provided for this purpose. Only clean the brewing unit when the
coffee machine has cooled down.
There is a risk of trapping fingers or hands when handling moving components. While the coffee
machine is switched on, never reach into the bean or powder containers or into the opening of the
brewing unit.
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Safety notes
Danger from cleaning products
Application
Caution!
User risks
Danger of poisoning from swallowing cleaning products. The following instructions absolutely
must be complied with
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●●
●●
Store cleaning products away from children and unauthorised persons.
Do not swallow the cleaning products.
Never mix cleaning products with other chemicals or acids.
Never put cleaning products in the milk container.
Never put cleaning products in the drinking water tank (internal/external).
Only use the cleaning and descalers for the intended purpose (see label).
Do not eat or drink while handling cleaning products.
Ensure that the area is well-ventilated when handling cleaning products.
Wear safety gloves when handling cleaning products.
Wash your hands thoroughly after handling cleaning products.
Before using cleaning products, read the information on the package label carefully. The safety data sheet
can be requested from the sales company (see cleaning product packaging).
Storage
Please adhere to the following points:
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Store in a place that is inaccessible to children and unauthorised persons.
Protect cleaning products from heat, light and moisture.
Store in a separate location from acids.
Store in the original packaging only.
Store cleaning products for daily and weekly use separately.
Do not store together with foodstuffs or other edibles.
Local regulations regarding the storage of chemicals (cleaning products) apply.
Disposal
If recycling is not possible, the cleaning products and their containers must be disposed of according to
local and legal regulations.
Emergency information
Contact the cleaning product manufacturer (see cleaning product label) for the telephone number of the
emergency information centre (Toxicological Information Centre). If your country does not have this kind
of institution, note the following table:
Schweizerisches Toxikologisches Informationszentrum (Swiss Toxicological Information Centre)
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International calls:
+41 44 251 51 51
Call from Switzerland
145
Internet
www.toxi.ch
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Safety notes
Danger to the machine
Caution!
Machine damage!
Improper handling of the coffee machine can lead to damage or contamination. The following instructions absolutely must be complied with:
●● For water with a carbonate hardness above 5°dKH, a calcium filter should be installed, as otherwise the
coffee machine can be damaged due to calcification.
●● For insurance-related reasons, always ensure the following after the establishment has closed for the day.
The main valve of the water supply is closed and the electrical main switch is switched off or the power
plug is disconnected.
●● The device must not be operated if the water supply is blocked, as otherwise the boilers will not be refilled
and the pump will run dry!
●● To prevent water damage in the event of a broken tube or hose, it is recommended to build a water stop
valve into your water connection.
●● After an extended downtime (e.g. holidays), the coffee machine must be cleaned before it is put back into
operation.
●● Protect the coffee machine from the weather (freezing, moisture, etc.).
●● Faults may be remedied by a qualified service technician only.
●● Only use Schaerer AG original spare parts.
●● Devices with a refrigerator should not be completely disconnected from the power supply, as they cannot
be cooled otherwise.
●● Immediately report any outwardly visible damage or leaks to a manufacturer-qualified service centre and
replace the damaged parts or have them repaired.
●● Never spray the device with water or another liquid (e.g. steam cleaner).
●● Never immerse the device in water or another liquid.
●● When using caramelised coffee (flavoured coffee), the brewing unit must be cleaned twice (2x) a day!
●● Never add instant coffee to the hopper. Only ground coffee may be added.
●● If the coffee machine and/or accessories are transported at temperatures below 10 °C, the coffee machine
and/or accessories must be stored at room temperature for 3 hours before the coffee machine and/or accessories can be connected to the mains and switched on. If this instruction is not followed, condensed
water may result in short circuits or damage to electrical components.
●● Always use the new hose set (fresh water/outlet hose) provided with the machine. Never use old hose
sets.
Hygiene regulations
Caution!
User risks
Water
Improper handling of water can lead to health problems! It is important that the following points be
adhered to:
●● The water must be uncontaminated.
●● Do not connect the machine to pure reverse osmosis water or other aggressive types of water.
●● The carbonate hardness must not exceed 4-6°dKH (German carbonate hardness) or 7-10°fKH (French
carbonate hardness)..
●● The total hardness must always be higher than the carbonate hardness.
●● The minimum carbonate hardness is 4°dKH or 7°fKH.
●● Maximum chlorine content of 100 mg per litre.
●● pH value between 6.5–7 (pH neutral).
Machines with drinking water tank (internal & external)
●● Fill the drinking water tank daily with fresh water.
●● Rinse the drinking water tank thoroughly before filling.
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Safety notes
Coffee
Caution!
User risks
Improper handling of coffee can lead to health problems. The following instructions absolutely
must be complied with:
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●●
Check the packaging for damage before opening.
Do not add more beans than will be needed for one day.
Close the bean hopper lid immediately after filling.
Store coffee in a cool, dry and dark location.
Store coffee separately from cleaning products.
Use the oldest products first ("first-in-first-out" principle).
Use before the expiry date.
Always reclose packages after opening to ensure that the contents remain fresh and are protected from
contamination.
Milk
Caution!
User risks
Improper handling of milk can lead to health problems! It is important that the following points be
adhered to:
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●●
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●●
Do not use unpasteurised or raw milk.
Only use pasteurised milk or milk heated at ultra-high temperatures.
Only use homogenised milk.•Use milk that has been pre-cooled to a temperature between 3-5°C.
When working with milk, wear protective gloves.
Use milk directly from the original packaging.
Never refill milk. Always clean the container thoroughly before filling.
Check the packaging for damage before opening.
Do not add more milk than will be needed for one day.
Close the milk container lid and cooling unit (internal/external) immediately after filling.
Store milk in a dry, cold (max.7°C) and dark location.
Store milk separately from cleaning products.
Use the oldest products first ("first-in-first-out" principle).
Use before the expiry date.
Always reclose packages after opening to ensure that the contents remain fresh and are protected from
contamination.
Automatic machine powder/instant powder
Caution!
User risks
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Improper handling of powder for automatic machines can lead to health problems! It is important
that the following points be adhered to:
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Check the packaging for damage before opening.
Do not fill the machine with more automatic machine powder than will be needed for one day.
Close the powder container lid immediately after filling.
Store the automatic machine powder in a cool, dry, dark place.
Store the automatic machine powder separately from cleaning products.
Use the oldest products first ("first-in-first-out" principle).
Use before the expiry date.
Always reclose packages after opening to ensure that the contents remain fresh and are protected from
contamination.
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Liability
Liability
Operator responsibilities
The operator is responsible for ensuring that the safety equipment is regularly maintained and inspected
by a Schaerer AG service partner, a representative thereof, or another authorised person.
Material defects must be reported to Schaerer AG in writing within 30 days. For hidden defects, this period
is extended to 12 months from the date of installation (work report, handover report), but no longer than 18
months after the product leaves the factory in Zuchwil.
Safety-related parts such as safety valves, safety thermostats, boilers, etc., must never be repaired. They
may only be replaced.
The following intervals apply:
●● Safety valves: every 24 months.
●● Boilers (steam boilers, flow heaters): every 72 months.
These measures are performed by a Schaerer AG service technician or your service partner as part of the
maintenance routine.
Warranty and liability
No responsibility will be taken for warranty or liability claims in the event of personal injury or material
damage as a result of one or more of the following causes:
Attention!
Loss of warranty!
●● Non-intended use of the machine.
●● Improper mounting, commissioning, operation, cleaning and maintenance of the device and the associated optional devices.
●● Failure to observe maintenance intervals.
●● Operating the unit with defective safety devices or safety and protective equipment that is not properly
installed or is not functional.
●● Failure to observe the safety notes in the operating instructions pertaining to storage, installation, commissioning, operation and maintenance of the machine.
●● Operating the device when it is not in perfect condition.
●● Repairs carried out improperly.
●● Use of spare parts that are not original Schaerer AG spare parts.
●● Use of cleaning products that are not recommended by Schaerer AG.
●● Disastrous situations due to foreign bodies impacts, accidents and vandalism as well as force majeure.
●● Penetrating the device with any type of object or opening the housing.
The manufacturer assumes the warranty with respect to any liability claims only and exclusively if the
specified maintenance and service intervals are adhered to and if original spare parts were used that
were ordered from the manufacturer or another authorised supplier.
The "General Terms and Conditions" of Schaerer AG apply.
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