CINO XS GRANDE PRO VHO
type: compact
INSTALLATION AND MAINTENANCE MANUAL
Translation of the original instructions
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preliminary
safety
information
before using the machine, carefully read this information that helps you
behave properly and guarantee a safe use;
the following pages use the symbols listed here below, whose meaning is of
attention:
GENERAL;
if the text is highlit by this symbol, it is recommended to pay special
attention to the performance of the procedures described; if not carefully
performed on safe conditions, they can be source of general danger;
HIGH VOLTAGE;
if not properly performed, the actions marked by this symbol may expose
to accidental contacts with electric voltage;
DANGEROUS TEMPERATURE;
if not properly performed, the actions marked by this symbol may expose
to accidental contacts with high-temperature parts;
MOVING MEMBERS;
if not properly carried out, the actions marked by this symbol may expose
to accidental contacts with moving members;
the same symbols are placed inside the vending machine to indicate the
parts on which to act with the utmost caution;
SERVICE KEY IN USE;
the symbol recommends the utmost attention during the actions described;
the use of the service key intended to activate all machine functions when
the door is open is only reserved to the technical operators who know the
operation of the vending machine, who are aware of potential risks and who
make sure they are operating on totally safe conditions;
the use of the service key shall be strictly limited to the time necessary to
perform the actions requiring the use thereof; users shall be informed of
the prohibition on using and approaching the vending machine;
safety rules for using the vending machine
of
*** pay special attention to the chapters and notes high lit by the symbols
alert; strictly observe the rules concerning, in particular, the operators’ and
users’ safety;
*** under no circumstance may the vending machine be used by children or by
people with poorer physical, sensorial or mental capacities or who have not
been properly informed on correct use; children shall be supervised to
prevent them from playing with the vending machine;
*** if you should find out a water leak or the presence of smoke, immediately
detach the vending machine from the electric and hydraulic network, never
try to restore its operation and apply to skilled technicians;
*** the machine shall be installed according to national rules; pay special
attention to the rules about the machines directly connected with the
hydraulic network;
*** the user is not allowed to access the maintaining and servicing area that
shall be properly signalled;
*** never remove protections, never override safety devices and never modify
the machine or its components;
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the symbol means that it is forbidden to dispose of
the equipment as urban waste and compulsory to
provide for separate collection in order to prevent
any potential effect on the environment and human
health; strictly follow the provisions of the
European Parliament’s 2002/96/EC Directive;
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residual risks
a residual risk is understood as a potential danger
that can not be eliminated and it persists despite all
precautions in use since it is related to the intrinsic
features of the product and it also includes nonidentifiable risks;
the actions and behaviours listed here below are
intended to reduce residual risks and you shall
always adopt them when interacting with the
machine;
wear clothes that can properly avoid any accident
(never wear rings, chains, clothes with laces or
excessively long sleeves, …);
carefully evaluate the treatment of residues from
installation (wood, plastics, …) and utilisation
(product powder, bags, …);
never repair or carry out any technical action if you
have not been properly trained;
signal that a technical action is in progress on the
machine (barriers against approach, signs, …),
carry it out quickly without leaving the station;
install the machine in a sheltered, illuminated,
ventilated and noiseless environment; keep it clean
and never place tools or any other object on it;
never install it outdoors or, anyway, never expose
it to atmospheric agents;
make sure it can be neither reached by water
sprays or vapours nor hit by objects that might
damage it;
carefully consider the machine weight and stability
during the installation and in the final working
position;
supply the machine within voltage, temperature,
pressure and hydraulic limits, … as it is detailed on
the following pages and provide for an effective
earthing;
even if detached from supply, the machine may
contain hot pressurised water at a high
temperature;
never detach hydraulic and electric supplies when
they are active;
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general guarantee
conditions
these conditions regulate Rheavendors Industries S.p.A.’s
obligations with reference to guarantee and repair; any other term
or condition, either verbal or written, is not applicable, including
those in the purchaser’s purchase orders, if not explicitly accepted
and signed by Rheavendors Industries S.p.A.; if the guarantee
terms here below should be held not to be valid and/or lawful in
the Country where the product is sold, they will not be effective
whereas all the other clauses will remain valid and applicable;
1st
the mechanical and electronic components of the machine are
guaranteed for twelve months, starting from the sales date certified
by the fiscal receipt;
2nd
the guarantee shall be understood as the free replacement or
repair of any part of the machine that – at the manufacturer’s
unquestionable discretion – should prove to be originally
defective due to manufacturing defects; the cost of sending the
manufacturer machines, defective pieces and spare parts will be
totally charged to the user’s account; the manufacturer reserves
the right to use new or reconditioned components for repair; if
replaced, original components will be guaranteed for 12 months;
the parts replaced under guarantee will become the property of
Rheavendors Services S.p.A. (request for “Form PO 19.01/2b”
Materials under guarantee – Authorisation to return);
3rd
in case of irreparable failure or if a failure of the same origin is
repeated, the manufacturer may – at its unquestionable discretion
– replace the machine with another one, the model of which is
either the same or an equivalent one; the guarantee of the new
machine will be extended up to the original term of guarantee of
the replaced machine;
4th
all the parts that should prove to be defective due to negligence or
carelessness (non-observance of the instructions for the operation
of the machine), incorrect installation or maintenance by
unauthorised personnel, transport damage or any circumstance –
anyway – not due to the manufacturing defects of the machine are
not covered by guarantee; the installation and connection with
supply plants as well as the maintenance operations mentioned by
the installation manual are also excluded from any performance
under guarantee; the guarantee will not cover payment systems
either; whether installed on the machine or supplied as an
accessory, they are subject to their manufacturer’s guarantee
whereas Rheavendors Industries S.p.A. will just act as a broker;
all changes made to the machine and not agreed with the
manufacturer in writing will involve the immediate termination of
the guarantee period and anyway fall under the Customer’s total
responsibility;
5th
the guarantee is excluded in all cases of improper use of the
machine;
6th
Rheavendors Industries S.p.A. will disclaim all responsibility for any
damage that may be directly or indirectly caused to people,
animals or things as a result of:
improper use of the vending machine; incorrect installation;
improper energy or water supply; serious maintenance deficiency;
actions or changes not explicitly authorised; use of non original
spare parts;
in case of failure, Rheavendors Industries S.p.A. is obliged neither
to compensate any economic damage due a forced stop of the
machine nor to extend the guarantee period;
7th
if the machine should be transferred to a centre designated by the
manufacturer for overhaul or repair, the relative transportation
risks and costs will be charged to the user’s account; the freight
charges of machines, defective pieces and spare parts are always
understood as charged to the user’s account;
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declaration of
conformity
Rheavendors Industries S.p.A. declares that this drink vending
machine has been designed and manufactured in compliance with
the following directives and safety standards:
Directives:
2004/108/EC; 2006/95/EC; 2006/42EC;
2002/95/EC (RoHS); 2002/96/EC (RAEE); 1907/2006/EC (REACH);
1935/2004/EC;
Standards:
SAFETY:
EN 60335-1: 2002 + A11: 2004 + A1: 2004 + A12:2006 +
A2: 2006 + A13: 2008 + A14: 2010 + A15: 2011;
EN 60335-2-75: 2004 + A1: 2005 + A11: 2006 + A2: 2008 +
A12: 2010;
EMC:
EN 55014-1: 2006 + A1: 2009 + A2:2011;
EN 55014-2: 1997 + A1: 2001 + A2: 2008;
EN 61000-3-2: 2006 + A1: 2009 + A2: 2009;
EN 61000-3-3: 2008;
EMF:
EN 62233: 2008;
manufacturer
Rhea Vendors Group S.p.A.
Via Valleggio, 2/bis – 22100 Como – (CO) - Italia
manufacturer of the machine
Rheavendors Industries S.p.A.
Via Garavaglia, 58 - 21042 Caronno Pertusella – (VA) – Italy
The President & CEO
(C. D. Majer )
conformity
marking
ISO 9001 certification
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table of contents
01.
legend
page 08
02.
introduction
page 08
03.
technical data
page 09
04.
configurations
page 11
05.
presentation
page 12
06.
preliminary actions
page 20
07.
connections
page 22
08.
installation and first power on
page 23
09.
programming
page 25
10.
parameters
page 38
11.
solution of problems
page 41
12.
maintenance
page 44
13.
how to do to…
page 48
14.
hydraulic diagram
page 51
in the listed chapters, the manual describes a
Cino XS grande PRO VHO
vending machine in its hardware and software components for a
complete and fully-aware use of all machine functions; due to the
large variety of available options and the constant technical update
of our vending machines, some special device or function might be
indicated and described not in the manner you expect; in this case,
do not hesitate to contact us;
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attention
this label applied next to the serial number label inside the vending
machine points out that the instructions supplied by this manual
must be carefully read before the installation and operation of the
vending machine;
please, print this manual only
protection is our common interest;
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01.
legend
some general information that may be of use to consult this
manual;
01.01. pictograms
R
E
VSF
§
machines with
external water
supply;
dispensing of drinks
based on instant
products and coffee
beans;
pitch of the worm
screw of product
canisters (9/18mm);
product shaker of
instant product
containers
type of product slide
hot water dispenser
into cup;
01.02. tools
-
02.
introduction
02.01. copyright
information
standard outlet hole
(orange closing
baffle)
reduced outlet hole
(red closing baffle)
coffee brewer
electrician's shears, a Phillips PH2 cross-screwdriver for 4/6 mm
self-threading screws, a set of wrenches up to 13 mm, a set of
Allen wrenches from 2 to 8 mm;
it may be convenient to have expendable materials at disposal,
such as disposable paper and gloves, some pieces of clean
cloth, some glasses and a bucket for waste water; a small
portable aspirator is of use to remove any product residue from
inside the machine;
© Rheavendors Industries S.p.A.; all rights reserved;
this document contains some confidential information that is
Rheavendors Industries S.p.A.'s exclusive property; the content of
this document can neither be disclosed to third parties, nor copied
or duplicated, in any form, either totally or partially, without
Rheavendors Industries S.p.A.'s prior consent in writing; the
utilisation, duplication or disclosure of the technical information
supplied by this document may be protected by Rheavendors
Industries S.p.A. according to the Law;
this manual is intended for the vending machine owner, it is an
integral part of the machine and it must be kept with the machine;
the information supplied by this manual is intended to obtain the
best performance level from the vending machine within the
Manufacturer's range; Rheavendors Industries S.p.A. reserves the
right to improve the future production without any prior notice and
without any obligation to update the products on the market; the
manufacturer disclaims all responsibility for any incorrect
information due to misprints;
02.02. contacts
Rheavendors Services S.p.A. is ready to supply support and
information on this vending machine;
telephone: 0039 02 966 551
fax: 0039 02 96 55 086
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for the references of our partners all over the world visit the site;
www.rheavendors.com;
02.03. serial number
label
for a quick and univocal identification of the vending machine and
for the best support please supply the data on the serial number
label;
code: D12345A67890
s/n: 1234 56 7890
(example)
silver serial number labels are applied inside and outside the
machine cabinet;
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03.
technical data
03.01. dimensions
height (including the coffee beans canister projecting by 80 mm):
height (including the grounds base):
width:
depth:
depth with open door:
670 mm
815 mm
420 mm
590mm
880 mm
03.02. weight
machine:
grounds base:
36 kg
9 kg
connection through solenoid valve with 3/8” gas male face:
from 0.1 MPa to 0.8 MPa
230 V ac, 50/60 Hz; single-phase and earth:
cable of type: H05VV-F 3G:
2,100 W
1 mm²; 300/500 V
03.03. supply
water
energy
anyway refer to the values supplied by the serial number label
03.04. safety
water
overflow sensor and pressure relief valve; water inlet solenoid
valve with antiflood sensor;
energy
a main switch, a door switch;
two fuses 6.3x32 mm;
230 V ac; 12 A delayed
heat
manually resettable sensors;
127 °C
software
time limits for water dispensing;
03.05. sound pressure
A weighted sound pressure level;
03.06. keyboard
ten selection buttons;
03.07. display
multicolor; work area 66.5 mm x 33.2 mm;
64 x 128 pixel resolution;
03.08. dispensing
compartment
open; with cup folding support (useful height 80 mm);
maximum 140 mm
03.09. dispenser
a fixed dispensing place;
03.10. drip tray
a drip tray beneath the cup surface;
less than 70 dB (A)
750 ml capacity
03.11. grinder motor
230 V dc; 150 W
03.12. millstones
conical:
400 r.p.m.
03.13. espresso brewer
variable-volume percolation chamber;
motor:
Ø 45 mm; 8 ÷ 15 gr.
24 V dc; 30 W
03.14. air break
with overflow and level switch;
03.15. pump
vibration:
230 V ac
03.16. pressure boiler
pressure boiler:
0.8 litres; 2,000 W
03.17. product canisters
maximum four; according to the machine configuration;
coffee beans canister capacity:
2,000 gr.
instant product canister capacity:
width:
55 mm
110 mm
useful volume:
useful volume:
1.7 litres
3.5 litres
milk
tea
milk
chocolate
380 gr.
980 gr.
800 gr.
2,200 gr.
product slide with standard orange (tea) or reduced red outlet;
§
VSF
with shaker (milk and chocolate);
dispensing worm screws, 9 mm (tea) or 18 mm in pitch;
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03.18. product motors
maximum three; according to the machine configuration;
95 r.p.m.; 24 V dc
03.19. product sensor
one; installed to control the coffee beans canister content;
capacitive; plastic canister;
03.20. mixing bowls
maximum two; according to the machine configuration;
03.21. mixer motors
maximum two; according to the machine configuration;
03.22. miscellaneous
the machine parameters can be programmed by means of a flash
key or a selection keyboard; housing for NRI G13 payment systems
or alike; protocols: serial, parallel, executive, MDB; data collection
by means of a flash key (see 09.06.);
03.23. notes
the water and energy supply tolerance limits for a good and regular
operation of the machine Cino XS grande PRO VHO are:
15,000 r.p.m.; 24 V dc
water:
from 10 °f to 25 °f (*)
400 μS @ 20 °C
- total hardness:
- recommended conductivity:
(*) in case of higher hardness use anti-limestone filters and
provide for their regular maintenance according to the
manufacturer's instructions;
energy
+10 % /- 15 %
- nominal voltage:
ambient (during storage and operation):
5 °C ÷ 35 °C
maximum 80 %
- temperature:
- relative humidity:
electric consumption:
from 44 Wh to 396 Wh
- power (upon sale):
the complete data, according to the EVA-EMP Energy Measurement
Protocol, are made available upon request (see 02.02.);
attention
the power supply cable supplied with the vending machine
shall be altered in no way; if either lost or damaged, replace
it with the original component only;
make sure that the power supply installation that is connected with
the vending machine can supply the indicated power (see 03.03.);
a good earth connection is not only required by the law for the
protection of users and operators, but it can also provide for proper
power supply;
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04.
configurations
Cino XS grande PRO VHO's two possible configurations are
represented here below:
the product canisters, mixers and waters are numbered
progressively from the left to the right, as it is specified later on;
this numbering is used in the chapter about drink programming
(see 09.);
04.01. configurations
2000
grams
keyboard selections
04.01.01.
four product canisters
coffee beans
380
grams
2200
grams
milk
3
chocolate
4
vsf 18
vsf 18
980
grams
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
tea
6
vsf 9
§
mixer
1
coffee
long coffee
espresso
latte macchiato
American
cappuccino
moccaCino
milk chocolate
lemon tea
hot water
mixer
2
water 1
water 2
water 3
2000
grams
04.01.02.
three canisters
product
keyboard selections
coffee beans
800
grams
milk
4
vsf 18
§
2200
grams
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
chocolate
5
vsf 18
§
instant coffee
espresso coffee
cappuccino
latte macchiato
chocolate
long cappuccino
long instant coffee
choco milk
milk
hot water
mixer 1
water 3
water 1
04.02. accessories
to complete Cino XS grande PRO VHO vending machines,
Rheavendors Industries S.p.A. offers a series of accessories
manufactured for these machines, such as base cabinets,
autonomous water supply kits, payment systems,
Rheavendors Services S.p.A. is ready to supply support and
information on special configurations (see 02.02.);
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05.
presentation
05.13.
door switch
05.19.
coffee beans canister
05.19. instant product
canisters
05.19.
baffle
05.14.
PROG internal button
05.15.
flash key seat
05.19.
product slide
05.22.
variable coffee brewer
05.26.
mixing bowl
05.06.
level sensors
05.27.
nozzle holder
05.06.
drip tray
05.07.
grounds feeder
05.13.
service key
05.20.
coffee beans sensor
05.03.
keyboard board
05.28.
product motors
05.21.
grinder
05.02.
door lock
05.24.
heater
05.30. aspirator drawer
housing
05.29.
mixer motor
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05.20.
product sensor
05.21.
grinder motor
05.37.
CPU
05.28.
product motor
05.32.
floater switch
05.31.
environment aspirator
05.32.
air break
05.35.
instant solenoid valves
05.35.
pressure boiler
05.30.
powder aspirator
05.25.
coffee brewer motor
05.34.
pressure boiler pump
05.33.
volumetric counter
05.35.
three-way solenoid
valve
05.09.
power-on switch
05.35.
outlet solenoid valve
05.10.
fuses
05.12. water inlet
solenoid valve
05.08.
electrical connection
05.11. water drain plug
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05.01. general
information
the Cino XS grande PRO VHO Rhea vending machine is a
machine specifically designed to be user-friendly, not requiring a
specific competence in preparing drinks;
03
drinks are dispensed by mixing foodstuffs and water at a proper
temperature; the vending machine is properly operated in rooms
sheltered from atmospheric agents, under usual environmental
conditions and at a room temperature between 5°C and 35°C, and
relative humidity below 80%;
dispense by shortly pressing a key of the selection keyboard (see
05.03.); before dispensing, make sure that the cup is properly
positioned at the dispensing station. If necessary, use the flap
support for cups (see 05.05.);
04
02
05
05.02. door lock
the lock is intended to close the door; the key mapping is
numbered for identification;
05.03. selection
keyboard
after closing the door, press the buttons for dispensing; in the
dispensing mode, the button is illuminated; in the programming
mode (see chapter 09.), the keys acquire several functions, thus
enabling the operator to modify the machine parameters; the
numbering of keys is progressive from the top and from the left: 1,
2, …,;
05.04. display
display messages inform users or operators about the operation
status of the vending machine;
05.05. cup station
the Cino XS grande PRO VHO vending machine has a fixed drink
dispenser on the cup surface and a folding support for smaller
cups;
05.06. drip tray
it collects any drip residue from the dispenser and, if necessary,
waste water in excess from machine circuits; it is slide-inserted at
the bottom and in the front of the machine cabinet and it consists
of a drawer and a grilled cover; an electric contact is intended to
detect the filling level in excess;
05.07. grounds base
the base drawer collects the coffee grounds; a frame arranged
inside is intended to secure a plastic bag to facilitate the removal of
used doses;
05.08. electrical
connection
a three-terminal socket is arranged at the back of the cabinet for
connection of the earth cable;
05.09. power-on switch
to power on and off the machine;
05.10. fuses
installed on the mains supply for machine protection (see 03.04.);
the fuses must be necessarily replaced by specialised technical
personnel only;
05.11. water drain plug
from where the silicone tube - coming from the air break - comes
out for emptying purposes;
05.12. water inlet
solenoid valve
the inlet solenoid valve has an antiflood safety that prevents water
from coming in in case of failure; a submersible pump may be
connected in parallel with its electric terminals (24 V dc, 1,2 A
maximum);
05.13. door switch
it powers off the machine when the door is open;
06
07
09
10
08
12
11
13
attention
some parts remain live any way
act with the utmost caution
use the service key to supply the vending machine if the machine
is to be activated when the door is open;
the key is arranged in a cover housing;
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05.14. internal button
(PROG)
the button giving access to the machine programming mode is
arranged inside the door on the orange protection carter (PROG);
05.15. flash key seat
the seat for programming flash keys is made available in the carter
inside the door (see 09.06.);
05.16. label pockets
the seats for product labels are arranged inside the door panel
beneath the orange carter, insert the labels into the pockets in
observance of the machine configuration (see 13.02.);
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15
16
05.17. door lighting
- the door panel is illuminated by two led modules assembled
inside (“a”);
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b
- the panel sides are illuminated by two led modules assembled
inside (“b”);
a
b
a
- the cup station and the logo are illuminated by a module
assembled inside (“c”);
c
- the product labels and the selection keys are illuminated by two
modules (“d”) assembled at the back of the door;
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05.18. cup station band
a band intended to cover the dispensing system is arranged inside
the door panel; it can be removed to facilitate cleaning; a flap
support for dispensing into small cups is hinged in the front;
05.19. product canisters
instant product canisters dispense their content into the underlying
mixing bowls; an internal worm screw driven by the product motor
pushes the instant foodstuff to the slide; they may be equipped
with a wheel and a shaker for constant dispensing; the outlet, of a
standard or smaller size, has a baffle; the coffee beans canister has
a closing blade for insertion before lifting it; the canisters are
closed by a cover for the protection of products;
05.20. product sensor
coffee beans
a product sensor intended to check the quantity of coffee beans in
the canister is arranged behind the coffee beans canister;
if the product is lacking, it signals it through the vending machine
display;
05.21. grinder
it grinds the coffee beans and pours the powder in the coffee
brewer chamber; the grinding degree can be manually adjusted by
means of the wheel that can be accessed after removing the coffee
beans canister whereas the ground quantity is determined by a
software parameter (see 09.01.a “grinder time”) that establishes
the grinder working time;
05.22. coffee brewer
d
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after receiving the coffee dose from the grinder and compressing it,
percolation occurs by using the water from the pump; the used
dose is conveyed to the slide and the drawer at the base of the
machine; the brewer structure is kept at the correct temperature
by a hot air heating system that can be programmed via software
(see 09.01.e.);
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05.23. brewer detector
switch
the coffee brewer presence is controlled by a micro switch that - in
case of absence thereof - inhibits the selections including coffee
beans;
05.24. coffee brewer
heater
besides protecting the operator against moving parts, a safety
cover keeps the coffee brewer at a proper temperature by means of
an air heater preserving the drink quality even after a long pause
of the vending machine
05.25. coffee brewer
motor
the variable coffee brewer motor regulates the chamber closing and
compressing phases to compress the ground coffee and provide for
percolation; its action is controlled by an encoder informing the
CPU on the brewer position;
05.26. mixing bowls
the mixing bowls of mixers are intended to receive instant products
for mixing them with water; the fan of mixer motors acts at the
bottom thereof and the drink flows into the dispenser through a
silicone tube; the mixing bowls and outlet tubes can be washed
with lukewarm running water;
05.27. nozzle holder
a fixed support at the cup station accommodates the dispensers
from the mixing bowls of mixers and the one of hot water for cups;
the slide-installed nozzle support can be easily removed without
any tool;
05.28. product motors
motors are intended to rotate the worm screws inside instant
product canisters so as to pour the product quantity necessary for
selection into the mixing bowls;
05.29. mixer motor
the mixer motors favour the mixing of instant products with water
by rotating the fan mounted on their axis; the rotation speed rate
is adjustable (see 09.01.a. “mixer speed”) for adaptation to the
features of the different products;
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05.30. powder aspirator
an aspirator ejects the products residues in suspension from the
inside of the vending machine; the aspirator is connected with a
drawer beneath the product slides so as to remove the very fine
powder resulting from selections; the working time of the aspirator
can be programmed by means of software parameter (see 09.01.f.
“fan time”); the aspirated air is ejected through the slots of the
rear panel;
05.31. environment
aspirator
it aspirates air from the inside of the machine to avoid the
condensate build-up;
05.32. air break
it accumulates water for conveyance to the pressure boiler; the
level is controlled by a floater; if higher than established, it flows
back to the safety of the inlet solenoid valve, thus preventing
additional water from coming in;
05.33. volumetric
counter
it tells the CPU how much water is flowing through the coffee
brewer so as to establish its volume;
the water quantity of instant selections is only established by the
time set up by the "N water" parameter (see 09.01.a.);
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05.34.
pressure boiler pump
a vibration pump with by pass conveys water to the pressure boiler
that is connected with the block of instant solenoid valves and the
three-way valve for espresso;
attention
these components may be very hot
even if the machine is off;
05.35. pressure boiler
pressure boiler complete with a temperature probe and protection
clicsons; a solenoid valve is used to empty the water circuit (see
13.19.);
solenoid valve E3
solenoid valve E2
solenoid valve E1
protection clicsons
temperature probe
3-way solenoid valve
EX
pressure boiler pump
drain
3-way solenoid valve
water inlet
pressure boiler water
drain solenoid valve
inlet
pressure boiler water
1.1 MPa bypass
05.36. static relay
solenoid valve
sw name
output
E1
water 1
mixer 1
E2
water 2
mixer 2
E3
water 3
hot water 3
EX
coffee water
coffee brewer
the static relay arranged inside the vending machine behind the
supply bock can directly supply the pressure boiler heating element
so as not to overload the power supply board;
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05.37. electronics
05.37.a. CPU
temperature probe
connector
DL5 - led pressure
boiler heating element
display board connector
pressure boiler
heating element
RFID connector
DL3 - led 5 V CPU
IN 230 V ac
MDB connector
DL4 - espresso pump
led
executive connector
grinder motor 2A fuse
USB port
grinder motor connector
DL2 - led 5 V dc
DL1 - led 24 V dc
the CPU board governs the machine operation, it is the place where
machine programmes are located and it is secured to the frame by
means of four turrets;
the phone cable provides for connection with the flash key seat
(see 05.15. and 05.37.c.) whereas the display cable can provide for
the signal exchange with the keyboard and the display in the door
(see 05.03. and 05.04.); the temperature probe cable is separated
from the machine wiring so as not to hinder the removal of the
probe;
the five leds are intended to display the machine status;
05.37.b. display board
name
colour
DL1
red
DL2
green
DL3
red
DL4
green
DL5
red
description
+ 24 V main
+ 5 V power supply
+ 5 V main
espresso pump
pressure boiler heating element
the display board secured inside the door receives the signals from
the selection keyboard (consisting of two separate modules of five
keys each) and it displays the messages produced by the CPU it is
connected with by means of a flat cable;
the internal programming button is installed on the printed circuit
of this board;
37.b
37.c
label lighting
label lighting
to the keyboard
to the keyboard
to the CPU
to the flash board
door lighting
05.37.c. flash board
arranged inside the door, beneath the orange carter (see 05.15.), it
provides for the insertion of the flash key for machine
programming (see 09.06.);
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05.38. software
the software installed in in Cino XS grande PRO VHO can be
subdivided into two different chapters called:
- master:
it is the software determining the machine cycles, the links
between the functions, the order of execution of operations;
this software can not be modified by the operator, but it can be
replaced in the CPU by means of a flash key written at works or
by means of rheAction (see 09.06. and 05.39.);
- configuration:
it
is
the
software determining
the
times
and
the
succession of dispensing drinks, the payment system protocol,
the display modes, …; variables may be modified by the operator
either manually aboard the machine or by means of rheAction
(see 09.06. and 05.39.) to adapt the machine behaviour to the
final users’ needs (product quantities and mixtures, warning
messages …) (see 09.);
if it is necessary to update one of the software programmes above
on the machine, the flash key may be of great use; the key can
contain either software or both of them and provide for a rapid and
safe transfer;
please note that the flash key used for these software handlings
must have been previously initialised (with rheAction for example);
in general, the transfer procedure is:
- power off the machine;
- insert the flash key or into the connector of the board in question
(see 05.15. and 05.37.c.);
- power on the machine by means of the service key (see 05.13.);
- wait for the message on the machine display;
- answer the messages on the display;
- power off the machine and remove the flash key;
please note: if the flash key should contain a master software, the
transfer will certainly occur from the key to the machine, whereas
it will be necessary to follow the steps described by 09.06 in case
of a configuration software;
05.39. rheAction
a system called rheAction is intended to complete and supplement
the programming executable in the machine; it is composed by a
software and hardware, installable in a pc, capable of storing,
modifying and writing the configuration data of Rhea machines;
Rheavendors Services S.p.A. is at disposal for any kind of support
and information on the rheAction system (see 02.02.);
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06.
preliminary actions
06.01. handling
vending machine
the vending machine may be transported, handled and positioned
by skilled and trained personnel only; never overturn the machine
while transporting it and never forget to observe the orientation
arrows on the package;
attention
handle the machine with special caution for accident-prevention;
considering the vending machine weight and overall dimensions, it
is recommended to use a truck at a slow speed rate;
06.02. unpacking
- put the packed vending machine close to its working position;
- cut the two plastic belts;
- lift the outer package;
- remove the drip tray;
- extract the protection bag from the top;
- lift the vending machine and put it on the working surface;
attention
leave the package materials out of the reach of unauthorised
personnel, in particular of children, since they are a potential
source of danger; the disposal of package components may be
carried out by specialised companies only;
06.03. positioning
the vending machine shall be arranged in a sheltered room by
using a support suitable for the machine weight (see 03.02.); keep
an adequate distance from the walls for good and free air
circulation and easy access;
attention
the surface shall be inclined by max. 2°;
it is recommended to use a waterproof protection, which can be
easily cleaned, beneath the vending machine so as to collect any
product that may accidentally fall down;
06.04. preparation
after putting the machine into its final working position:
- cut the clamp intended to secure the door key to the grilled cover
of the drip tray;
- insert it into the lock (see 05.02.), rotate and open the door;
- remove the envelope including documents and labels;
- remove the shaped grounds canister;
- take the power supply cable and the hydraulic fitting;
- raise the machine cover and remove the protections intended to
secure the product canisters for transportation;
- insert the labels while observing the order of selections, as it is
established by the machine configuration (see 04.01.);
- arrange the drip tray;
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06.05. unpacking
grounds base
the 60x45x20 cardboard package includes the complete tabletop
base suitable for the Cino XS grande PRO VHO vending machine;
the following items are also included:
1
1
1
3
1
pc. tabletop base (b) with grounds drawer (c)
pc. grounds conveying slide (h)
pc. steel frame for securing plastic bags
pcs. plastic bags
pc. bag including 4 steel spacers (d) and 4 finned screws (g);
attention
a
handle the tabletop base (b) with special caution to prevent any
accident and pay attention to the internal drawer (c) that might
come out during handling;
06.06. positioning
-
extract the whole content from the package (a) and arrange the
tabletop base (b) close to the vending machine;
-
remove the drawer (c);
-
arrange the 4 spacers (d) on the tabletop base (b);
-
slightly tilt the vending machine, unscrew the feet (e) one by
one and rotate them counterclockwise;
-
lift the vending machine and put it on the tabletop base (b);
never handle it by means of the plastic drip tray;
-
while keeping the front side of the vending machine slightly
inclined, centre the finned screw (g) by letting it through the
tabletop base and the spacer and screw it onto the threaded
bush (f) of the vending machine
-
screw all 4 finned screws;
-
open the vending machine hatch and remove the pre-cut cover
metal sheet of the drain hole (i), place the grounds conveying
slide (h), hook it onto the inner part in the front and press it
down until you hear a “click”;
-
close the vending machine hatch, open the drawer (d) and
follow the sequence here below for bag insertion;
d
b
c
e
1
f
2
g
click
3
4
h
attention
leave the package materials out of the reach of unauthorised
personnel, in particular of children, since they are a potential
source of danger; the disposal of package components may be
carried out by specialised companies only;
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07.
connections
07.01. water
make sure that the water used to supply the vending machine has
all proper features for human consumption;
make sure that there is no sign of impurity and check the degree of
hardness; if necessary, contact an analysis lab;
if necessary, use a softening filter and replace the cartridge at
regular intervals, in observance of the manufacturer’s instructions,
to preserve the machine components;
make sure that the network pressure is the one preset for the
machine (see 03.03.); use a pump or a reducer in case of noncompliance; it is recommended to install a tap to detach the
machine from the network; connection shall occur by means of:
-
new tube;
of type-approved material for food use;
compliant with “IEC 61770 Electric appliances connected to
the water mains”;
it can support the working pressure;
from 0.1 MPa to 0.8 MPa
if the tube is not supplied with the machine or in case of
replacement use tubes featured as above only;
for the drinkability features of “waters intended for human
consumption” refer to the following Internet address:
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directive 98/83/EC of 03/11/1998
07.02. energy
observe the rules on connections with the electric network, in
particular on grounding; connect the machine permanently without
using any reduction, adaptor, multiple socket or extension; use the
network connection cable supplied with the vending machine only;
it is recommended to install a switch detaching the machine from
the network;
it is recommended to install a differential current device operating
below 30 mA, detaching the machine from the mains and promptly
tripping in case of improper electric input in order to considerably
reduce the risks arising out of any short-circuit;
attention
check the power plant capacity to supply the power required by the
machine (see 03.03) and the observance of the rules in force;
strictly refer to the data of the serial number label (see 02.03.)
insert the cable into the connection socket (see 05.07.); then,
connect the plug with the socket and supply the vending machine;
for a correct and safe configuration of the electric power supply
installation refer to the following Internet address, if necessary:
http://eur-lex.europa.eu/
directive 2006/95/EC of 12/12/2006
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single-phase and ground;
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08.
installation and first
power-on
08.01. foreword
after unpacking the vending machine, placing it firmly at the work
station as well as providing for water and energy connection, carry
out some actions for its functionality;
wash your hands carefully with water and soap before
handling the machine and its products;
use drinkable water only;
08.02. activity
open the door, lift the cover and turn on the main switch of the
machine (see 05.09.);
put a small quantity of coffee beans into the canister (b) to avoid
displaying the no coffee error (product C warning); never forget to
open the blade of the coffee beans canister (c);
PRODUCT C
WARNING
attention
put a cup beneath the nozzles, insert and rotate the service key (a)
into the door switch (see 05.13.);
a
attention
b
act with the utmost caution, the vending machine is supplied and
operating to all effects; the mobile parts of the coffee brewer will
be handled;
at the end of the assembly and final inspection, the water used for
testing is discharged from the machine; as soon as the machine is
powered on for the first time, all circuits shall be filled in; the
machine will automatically load water for this reason;
c
INSTALLATION
the vending machine performs a diagnostic cycle for loading and
heating water; the warning messages appear on the display for the
progress of these phases;
make sure that the machine is supplied by water and the drip tray
inserted; while following the messages on the display, press “4” to
carry out the first installation;
WATER OK ?
4= START
DRIPTRAY
INSIDE? 4= START
the display shows:
FIRST INSTALL.
STARTS AUTOMAT.
SWITCHING ON……
PLEASE WAIT
REFILLING WATER
WAIT
wait for some seconds to enable water to come out of nozzles; the
flow will automatically stop after dispensing ca. 100 cc. water and
the display will show:
the water in the pressure boiler starts heating to achieve the
temperature set-point (see 09.01.e.);
at the end of this phase, about 3 minutes later, the display will
show the standby messages:
END INSTALLATION
AUTOM. RESET
WAIT
TEMPERATURE
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08.03. washing
transportation, storage and installation conditions are such that the
vending machine can not be immediately used and it is
recommended to carry out a complete wash cycle before using the
vending machine;
press the programming button (see 05.14.) to display the following
messages alternatively:
1=PROGRAMMING
3=FREE VEND
place a cup beneath the nozzles; the machine will dispense a prefixed water quantity for each wash cycle;
2=DATA 4=CLEAN.
5=MAINTENANCE
press “4” to enable the wash cycle of the water circuit (tubes,
mixing bowls, ….);
DRIPTRAY
EMPTY
follow the instructions on the display; make sure that the drip tray
is empty and that the machine is hydraulically connected;
WATER OK?
press key “1” to dispense water through the coffee brewer; press
key “2” and “3” to dispense water into the two mixing bowls for
instant products, press key “4” to dispense water through the
circuit directly dispensing hot water into the cup;
repeat the operation some times so as to rinse the whole water
circuit of the machine completely; about 50 ml is dispensed during
the wash cycles and the display shows:
CLEANING
SEL. 1-2-3-4
CLEANING
1=START
4=START
N
power off the vending machine by means of the service key; put it
into its support (see 05.13.); power off the main switch at the back
of the machine (see 05.09.);
prepare a chlorine-based anti-bacterial sanitising solution by
following the instructions supplied with the product; after
disassembling and removing, put the product canisters, the mixer
trays, their fans and the silicone tubes for dispensing products into
the solution; the time necessary to sanitise is specified on the antibacterial product package; after this time remove all parts from the
sanitising solution, dry them carefully by using a piece of clean
cloth and reassemble them in the machine; rotate the baffles of the
slides of instant product canisters to close them; load canisters as
required, by making reference to the machine configuration (see
04.) and to the canister labels; fill in the canisters with coffee
beans; close the canisters with their upper covers;
rotate the baffles of the product slides to open them and pull the
blade intended to close the coffee beans canister; (see 05.19.);
to clean and treat foodstuffs properly, refer to the content of the
Internet address:
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regulation 2004/852/EC of 29/04/2004
lower the cover and close the door by using the lock key (see
05.02.); place the key in a safe place;
power on the machine by means of the main switch; the display
will show the following messages in sequence:
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SWITCHING ON.....
PLEASE WAIT
REFILLING WATER
WAIT
until the water quantity and temperature of the pressure boiler are
suitable for the values set up in the machine memory (by default);
after heating water in the pressure boiler, the vending machine is
ready for dispensing and the display shows the standby messages:
WAIT
TEMPERATURE
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09.
programming
the vending machine is programmed at works with the required
parameters; the variables composing the recipes are stored in the
machine and they enable the user to dispense drinks without
requiring the installer to provide for special programming;
to modify these parameters and customise drinks, refer to the
following;
the general diagram of the programming menu at the end of the
chapter is intended to supply the architecture of the variables you
can programme and to help you find out the position of the
variable on which you are acting;
access programming
to access the programming mode, open the front hatch of the
machine and use the service key in the safety switch beneath the
upper hatch;
attention
in this operation mode, the vending machine is supplied and
operating to all effects; act with the utmost caution;
press key “PROG” inside the front hatch;
from now on, the selection keyboard buttons enable the operator to
act with the machine variables and they fulfil the following
functions:
key 1
to scroll items forward
key 6
to scroll items backward
key 2
to scroll the variables of items forward
key 3
to scroll the variables of items backward
key 4
to increase the value of the variable on the display
key 5
to decrease the value of the variable on the display
the display alternatively shows the messages, thus enabling the
operator to choose among five menus:
1=PROGRAMMING
3=FREE VEND
2=DATA 4=CLEAN.
5=MAINTENANCE
1 = PROGRAMMING
to access the programming mode of machine variables;
2 = DATA
to display the quantities of dispensed drinks;
3 = FREE VEND
to dispense selections on a free basis;
4 = CLEAN.
to wash water circuits;
5 = MAINTENANCE
for programmable maintenance parameters;
simply press one of the keys to access one of the five programming
chapters, whose details are supplied by the following pages;
quit programming
after programming, press “1” and then key “PROG” to restore the
usual operation of the machine and store any change you may
have made; the display will show:
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09.01. “programming”
the items are (scroll by pressing key “1”):
1=PROGRAMMING
09.01.a. button 1÷10
it contains the variables composing selection 1;
…
it contains the variables composing selection 10;
PROGRAMMING
BUTTON N
09.01.b. prices
it establishes the prices of every single dispensing cycle;
09.01.c. happy prices
it establishes the prices of every single dispensing cycle produced
in special time bands;
PROGRAMMING
HAPPY PRICE
09.01.d. coins
it determines the values of coins;
PROGRAMMING
COINS
09.01.e. temperature
to set up the temperatures of the pressure boiler water;
PROGRAMMING
TEMPERATURE
09.01.f. miscellaneous
programming of several options;
PROGRAMMING
MISCELLANEOUS
09.01.g. diagnostics
to display some machine parameters;
DIAGNOSTICS
09.01.h. sales audit
it displays the quantities of dispensing cycles;
SALES AUDIT
09.01.i. mdb
it includes the programming of MDB protocol parameters;
PROGRAMMING
MDB
09.01.l. clock
to set up the machine clock;
PROGRAMMING
CLOCK
09.01.m. out of service
to record any failure;
REGISTRATION
OUT OF SERVICE
09.01.n. product qty
it controls and enables product dispensing cycles;
PROGRAMMING
PRODUCT QTY
09.01.o. maintenance
it contains the control parameters of the machine maintenance;
PROGRAMMING
MAINTENANCE
09.01.p. rfid card
it determines the RFID card parameters;
PROGRAMMING
RFID CARD
09.01.q. tuning motor
it regulates the speed of product motors and of the grinder motor;
TUNING
PRODUCTMOTOR
09.01.r. id machine
it contains the machine identification parameters;
PROGRAMMING
ID. MACHINE
09.01.s. var. brewer
coffee brewer programming;
PROGRAMMING
VAR. BREWER
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09.01.a. button 1 ÷ 10
when the display shows “key n”, press key “2” to scroll (by
pressing “4” and “5”) the variables composing the function of that
key;
PROGRAMMING
BUTTON N
- if you press “2” when “ENABLED”, the key will fulfil the function
for which it is programmed (dispensing of one drink); see
paragraph “enabled”;
FUNCTIONING
- if you press “2” when “NOT ENABLED”, the key will be inhibited
and no function will be fulfilled;
INHIBITED
press key “2” to scroll the following items:
PROGRAMMING:
TOTAL
choose the “extended” option to display all variables; choose
"reduced" to only display the parameters with values other than
zero (press keys “4” and “5” to vary the option);
PROGRAMMING:
PARTIAL
the first programmable product for each selection key is espresso
coffee; there are three variables:
- the water quantity in the cup; change it with “4” and “5”; if the
variable is zero, no espresso will be dispensed (drink consisting of
instant products only);
- coffee will be dispensed before (value 1) or after (value 0) instant
products;
- it establishes the re-opening value of the coffee brewer chamber
after compressing ground coffee and before activating the pump for
coffee percolation;
COFFEE WATER
0= INHIB.
cc: 00
COFFEE SEQUENCE
1=COF. BEFORE
N
STEP DOWN BREWER
mm:
00
scroll by pressing “2”, the display will show:
press key “4” and “5” to vary the motor rotation time of the N
product, thus modifying the product quantity dispensed; if the time
is zero, the N product is not dispensed; you can carry out a "time
test" on the set-up value; (see 13.17.);
if programmed with a time other than zero, the N product motor
will be activated with the delay programmed herein; the delay time
is increased or decreased by pressing keys “4” and “5”;
the rotation time of the product motor can be briefly interrupted
once or twice during the dispensing cycle (0 = no interruption);
(also see 13.16.);
it establishes how long the coffee beans grinder motor will be
activated, thus determining the ground quantity that will be poured
into the coffee brewer;
PRODUCT N
0= INHIB.
0.0
se ≠0
START DELAY
PRODUCT N
0.0
BREAKS NUMBER
0-1-2
00
GRINDER TIME
0.0
if this option is enabled, after compressing the ground dose, the
pump delivers a small water quantity to make it wet, it stops and
resumes the usual dispensing cycle;
(*) LATTE MACCHIATO
START BREWER 0.0
it determines the opening time of the instant solenoid valve and,
therefore the water quantity dispensed; you can carry out a "time
test" on the set-up value; (see 13.17.);
(*) PRODUCT LM
0=INHIB.
the water into the mixing bowl will be dispensed with the delay
programmed herein;
(*) the functions concerning the regulation parameters of the "latte
macchiato" drink are not included in this list since they have been
grouped into the items: LM dispensing;
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0=NO
SEC . 00
0.0
WATER N TIME
0= INHIB.
0.0
se ≠0
START DELAY
WATER N
0.0
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the rotation time of the mixer fan may be changed by pressing
keys “4” and “5”; if time is set to zero, the mixer will not rotate;
you can carry out a "time test" on the set-up value; (see 13.17.);
if the rotation time is other than zero, the mixer fan will be rotated
with this delay;
the mixer rotation speed can be regulated between slow, medium,
quick by pressing keys “4” and “5”;
MIXER N
0= inhib.
60.0
se ≠0
START DELAY
MIXER N
3.0
MIXER SPEED
LOW
N
LM dispensing
if “Latte macchiato” is selected, it establishes the delay between
the second milk and the espresso dispensing cycle;
LATTE-MACCHIATO
START BREWER 0.0
LM dispensing
it establishes the milk quantity of the second dispensing cycle;
PRODUCT LM
0= inhib.
0.0
START DELAY
PRODUCT LM
0.0
LM dispensing
it determines the delay of the second milk dispensing cycle;
LM dispensing
it determines the interruptions of the second milk dispensing cycle;
BREAKS NUMBER
0-1-2
00
LM dispensing
it establishes the water quantity of the second milk dispensing
cycle;
WATER LM TIME
0= inhib.
0.0
LM dispensing
it determines the delay of the water quantity of the second milk
dispensing cycle;
START WATER DELAY LM
0 = inhib.
0.0
LM dispensing
it establishes the mixer rotation time of the second milk dispensing
cycle
MIXER LM
0= disab.
0.0
LM dispensing
if other than zero, it delays the mixer power-on by the set-up time;
0.0
LM dispensing
it determines the mixer rotation speed of the second milk
dispensing cycle;
START DELAY
MIXER LM
LM dispensing
it tells the machine which product canister shall be used for the
milk dispensing cycle;
LM dispensing
it establishes which water shall be used for the second milk
dispensing cycle;
(*)
Cappuccino
Black coffee
LATTE MACCHIATO
White coffee
Espresso
Milky espresso
moccaCino
Chocolate
Choco-milk
Hot water
Drink
Cafe au lait
White coffee
Tea
Soup
Strong tea
Black tea
White tea
WATER ON DEMAND
custom
MIXER LM SPEED
HIGH
PRODUCT
MILK LM
n: N
LM MILK WATER
NUMBER=
0
to produce drinks in a large volume (JUG), to repeat the selection
for N times automatically;
JUG
0=no
press “4” and “5” to select the drink name that will appear during
the dispensing cycle; options are listed here below:
SELECTION NAME N
------n:00
(*)
-
“standard”, the display will show “drink N is being prepared”;
-
“list of names” of drinks stored in the machine memory; the
display will show “drink name is being prepared”;
- “WATER ON DEMAND”:
if this option is enabled, the machine may dispense water in
continuous mode until the selected key is released;
programme the instant solenoid valve (from 1 to 3) from which
to dispense water and set up a time other than 0 (e.g. 1.0) by
pressing keys “4” and “5”;
all the other key parameters shall be set to 0;
-
n:00
selection name N
WATER ON DEMAND
“custom”: the display will show the names customised by the
user; create a configuration file with rheAction (see 05.39.) and
upload it on the machine by means of a flash key (see 09.06.);
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09.01.b. prices
09.01.c. happy price
09.01.d. coins
09.01.e. temperature
press key “2” to display:
each selection may be assigned a sales price; use “4” and “5” to
vary the amount and “2” to scroll the price lines;
PRICE N
press key “2” to display:
each selection may be assigned a sales price that is applicable only
if it occurs in special time bands (see 09.01.l. “start fn”); use “4”
and “5” to vary the amount and “2” to scroll the price lines;
PRICE N
for the parallel payment system assign each channel its value;
press “2” to scroll the coins from A to J and use “4” and “5” to
change the value thereof;
COIN A
0.00
0.00
0.00
press key “2” to display:
use keys “4” and “5”:
09.01.f. miscellaneous
to increase or decrease the water temperature of the pressure
boiler during the normal operation mode;
TEMPERATURE
BOILER
to set up the pressure boiler temperature when the machine is in
stand by;
TEMPER. BOILER
ENERGY SAVE
00
it determines the temperature at which to heat up the coffee
brewer during the operation;
TEMPERATURE
HEATER
as above, but during the stand-by phase (see 09.01.l. “clock”);
TEMPER. HEATER
ENERGY SAVE
00
00
00
some options are included in the "miscellaneous" item (the values
of these options may be changed by pressing keys “4” and “5”):
- machine code A and B: the machine may be numbered for
identification among similar ones (data collection);
MACHINE CODE A
_0000
MACHINE CODE B
_0000
- message number: to choose, keys “4” and “5”, among different
messages, for display, when the machine is in standby;
MESSAGE NUMBER
- coin mechanism programming options: press keys “4” and “5” to
scroll the options for communication with the payment system;
choose among:
- parallel single sale
COIN-MECH TYPE
PAR. SING. VEND
- parallel multiple sale
COIN-MECH TYPE
PAR. MULT. VEND
- executive
COIN-MECH TYPE
EXECUTIVE
- executive price holding
COIN-MECH TYPE
PRICE HOLDING
- MDB
COIN-MECH TYPE
MDB
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- fan delay: it determines how many minutes the dust extraction
fan will remain active after the last dispensing cycle;
FAN TIME
min.
NN
- beep time: buzzer time, active at the end of each machine
function;
BEEP TIME
- number of decimals: it determines how many decimals are
considered in the comparison between selection price and
inserted credit;
DECIMAL NUMBER
- language: to display the messages in one of the three languages
made available;
LANGUAGE :
0.0
english
DISPLAY COLOR
- display colour; to choose the aspect of the display you wish;
- first installation: used to make sure that the water circuit is filled
up at the next power on; if the value is zero, the machine will
perform the cycle like in 08.02. at the next power on;
N
00
FIRST INSTALLAT.
0=first
N
- to empty the pressure boiler automatically:
attention
act carefully since the activation of this procedure involves the
delivery of considerable water quantities that might even be at a
high temperature; refer to chapter 13.19 beforehand.
- press “4”;
DEINSTALLATION
4=START
- after connecting a water outlet hose, press “5”;
CONNECT BOILER
TUBE
5=>
- the display shows:
DEINSTALLATION
- remove the outlet hose when the display shows:
END DEINSTAL.
SWITCH OFF
at the end of the uninstallation cycle, the temperature values of
the pressure boiler water will be set to zero and the machine will
be set to “FIRST INSTALLATION=0”;
09.01.g. diagnostics
- it activates the EMS energy saving function; © Coca Cola
ENERGY SAVE –EMS1=ENABLE
0
- it enables the summer time function (from the last Sunday in
March to the last Sunday in October, the set time is automatically
increased by one);
SUMMER TIME
1=YES
0
- it enables the product sensor in the coffee beans canister;
ABIL COFFEE
SENSOR
1
press key “2” to access diagnostics and programme the machine
(keys “4” and “5”) so as to display the temperature value of the
pressure boiler water and the standby message alternatively;
ENABLE DISPLAY
TEMPERA. 1=YES
N
press “2” once again to display the value of the voltage for the
device supply at 24 V dc;
VOLTAGE
volt
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09.01.h. sales audit
this menu is intended to gather the quantities of the selections
made by the machine: names are assigned according to the EVADTS standard:
- VA 102
quantity of total vends (parameter not resettable);
TOTAL SELECTIONS
NN
- VA 104
quantity of the vends made after the reset;
PART. SELECTIONS
NN
- VA 101
total amount of receipts (parameter not resettable);
TOTAL MONEY
- VA 103
total amount of receipts after the reset;
PARTIAL MONEY
- VA 202
quantity of total tests (parameter not resettable);
TOTAL TESTS
- VA 204
quantity of tests after the reset;
PARTIAL TESTS
- VA 302
quantity of free vends (parameter not resettable);
TOTAL FREE
- VA 304
quantity of free vends after the reset;
PARTIAL FREE
- CA 201
total amount sold by cash (parameter not resettable);
TOTAL CASH
CASH
- CA 203
total amount sold by cash after the reset;
PARTIAL CASH
CASH
0.00
- CA 202
total amount of the selections sold by cash;
N. TOT. SEL. CASH
00
- CA 204
quantity of the selections sold by cash after the reset;
N. PAR. SEL. CASH
00
- CA 305
total amount of cash receipts;
TOTAL CASH-BOX
0.00
- CA 301
partial amount of cash receipts;
PARTIAL CASH-BOX
0.00
- DA 401
total amount loaded on RFID cards;
TOTAL LOADED ON
card
0.00
- DA 402
total amount loaded on RFID cards after the reset;
PART LOADED ON
card
0.00
- DA 201
total amount sold by means of a RFID card;
TOTAL UNLOADED
card
0.00
- DA 203
total amount sold by means of a RFID card after the reset;
PART UNLOADED
card
0.00
- DA 202
quantity of selections sold by means of a RFID card;
TOTAL SEL. CARD
00
- DA 204
quantity of selections sold by means of a RFID card after the
reset;
PARTIAL SEL. CARD
00
TOTAL SEL. N
- LA 1*1
selections sold at a standard price;
- LA 1*2
selections sold at a happy price;
- PA 403
free selections;
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0.00
00
00
00
00
0.00
00
TOTAL SEL. N
HAPPY
00
TOTAL SEL. N
FREE
00
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09.01.i. MDB
press “2” to display the variables necessary for the MDB protocol;
since Cino XS grande PRO VHO is unable to accommodate
changegiver payment systems, some of these variables will be of
no significance, even if made available; press keys “4” and “5” to
scroll the values;
- tube dispensing: to empty coins tubes;
- changegiver
changegiver
enable:
to
enable
the
coins
change
of
the
- maximum credit: to establish the maximum acceptable credit
amount;
- maximum change: to determine the maximum change amount;
EJECTION TUBES
BUTTON 4-5-7-8-9-10
ESCROW ENABLE
0=enab. 1=dis.
CREDIT MAX
0.00
REST MAX
- single/multiple vend: to keep the residual credit amount after a
dispensing cycle or not;
- token value: to quantify the value of the token;
- coins change N: to establish the coins to be used for the change
when the machine is able to give it; from A to P;
- coins no change N: to establish the coins not to be accepted
when the machine is unable to give the change; from A to P;
- set “0” to enable the changegiver; “1” to enable the changegiver
only if the change made available is enough or if there is the
RFID card; “2” to enable the changegiver only if there is the RFID
card;
N
0.00
SELL TYPE
0=sing. 1=mult.
TOKEN VALUE
N
0.00
COIN REST A
0=enab. 1=dis.
N
N
COIN NO REST A
0=enab. 1=dis.
N
N
BILL VALIDATOR
enab.= 0,1,2
0
- tube value: to specify the value in the ensemble of coins tubes;
MDB TUBES VALUE
0.00
09.01.l. clock
this chapter is intended to determine:
- current time;
HOUR:
- current day;
DAY:
- current month;
- current year;
MONTH:
- day of the week;
YEAR:
00:00
00
00
00
DAY OF WEEK:
(ex.) Tuesday
use the three pairs of parameters (Start FN and End FN) to
establish three time bands during which the machine will apply
“happy prices” (see 09.01.c.);
for each day of the week you can establish a time band during
which the machine will accept no selection and reduce the water
temperature of the pressure boiler;
START FN:
END FN:
00:00
00:00
SWITCHING ON:
xxxxx
00:00
SWITCHING OFF
xxxxx
00:00
KILOWATT HOURS:
0.0
to count the energy consumption of the machine;
CLEANING:
00:00
the machine will perform a wash cycle at the time you have
specified provided that it has performed at least five dispensing
cycles after the last cycle;
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09.01.m. out of service
it displays the twenty errors last occurred and recorded for the
machine; press key “2” to scroll records and press key “4” to reset
them (see 11.);
09.01.n. product qty
the grinder and each product motor may be assigned a time credit
in seconds that will be decreased whenever that product is
dispensed; when the credit is used up, upon the request for a
dispensing cycle including that product, the machine will answer
<< selection not available >>; this control is originally disabled
and the machine has no constraint of any kind; to programme the
credit time of a product motor, just set up the variable by pressing
keys “4” and “5”;
after reaching the time quantity you wish, press key “PROG”; the
value will be copied between parentheses on the left of the display;
“C” corresponds to the coffee beans canister;
n. N off NN
hh:mm dd-mm-yyyy
PRODUCT QTY N
[ 0.0]
170.0
quit programming as usual;
you can programme the first limit threshold, beyond which the
display will show an alarm message without interfering with the
machine operation;
you may also decide whether to inhibit or not the dispensing cycle
of the selections including that product as soon as the time credit is
used up;
after filling the canister, the operator who can not access the
programming mode - because for e.g. he is not aware of the
password - may restore the decounter to its original values by
pressing the "PROG" button for ca. 10-15 seconds until the display
shows:
09.01.o. maintenance
ABIL. STOP PROD. N
1=stop
0
SET PRODUCT
=====OK=====
in this ensemble of parameters, “key 2”, you can set some counters
to trigger an alarm after a programmable number of events (press
“4” and “5” to set and press key PROG to store):
- dispensing cycles before having to replace the cartridge of the
external filter; when 500 dispensing cycles are left, the display
will show “replace the water filter” and as soon as the decounter
reaches 0, it will show “water filter out of service”, thus inhibiting
the machine operation;
- espresso dispensing cycles before having to service the coffee
brewer; when 5 dispensing cycles are left, the display will show
“wash the coffee brewer" and as soon as the decounter reaches
0, it will show “coffee brewer washing out of service”, thus
inhibiting the machine operation;
- espresso dispensing cycles before having to empty the grounds
base drawer (see 13.04.); as soon as the decounter reaches 5,
the message “empty the coffee grounds" will appear; as soon as
the counter reaches zero, the machine operation will be inhibited
and the display will show "coffee grounds out of service" ;
09.01.p. rfid card
PROD. N WARNING
THRESOLD:
17.0
WATER FILTER CNT
[ 00]
00
DEC. GROUP CAFE
[ 00]
00
DEC. COF. GROUNDS
[ 00]
00
- the maximum loadable credit of the RFID card;
MAX CREDIT CARD
0.00
- 0 for each coin (from A to J) that can be accepted when the RFID
card is made available;
COIN A
with card
N
0=acc.
- 0 for each coin (from A to J) that can be accepted when the RFID
card is not made available;
COIN A
no card
N
0=acc.
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09.01.q. tuning motors
09.01.r. id. machine
compared to setpoint values in 09.01.a.:
- the rotation time of each product motor can be varied (keys “4”
and “5”) by +/-30%; the variation concerns all activations of the
product motors for all selections;
TUNING MOTOR N
+00 %
- the activation time of the grinder motor can be calibrated by +/30% compared to setpoint values; when fixed, even this increase
or decrease is constant in each activation;
TUNING GRINDER N
+00 %
identification codes to detect EVA DTS data
- machine number;
code ID 101
- location number;
code ID 104
- machine configuration;
code ID 106
- address for connection with the DDCMP protocol;
address VIDTS
- 0 = for audit via telemetry (option); 1 = to enable the IRDA
detection; 2 = to disable the detection;
09.01.s. var. brewer
00
00
00
00
DATA AUDIT 0=TLMS
1=IRDA 2=OFF
0
to set the diameter of the coffee brewer installed in the machine;
BREWER DIAMETER
0=36
1=45
01
it decides whether to keep the percolation chamber of the coffee
brewer inserted in the upper piston or not in the standby phase;
POSIT. STAND BY
0=CLOSE 1=OP.
09.02. “data”
select the option “data” to display the data concerning the
dispensing cycles performed in sequence, like in 09.01.h.;
09.03. “free vend”
it dispenses selections on a free basis; the selections made in this
mode are counted separately (09.01.h.);
09.04. “clean”
choose this option after having observed the instructions on the
display, i.e. after having made sure that the drip tray is empty:
and that the machine is connected hydraulically:
TEST VEND
DRIPTRAY
EMPTY
WATER OK?
press “1”, “2”, “3” or “4” to dispense a pre-fixed water quantity to
wash the corresponding circuit (see 08.03.);
N
1=START
4=START
CLEANING
SEL. 1-2-3-4
the display shows:
CLEANING N
09.05. “maintenance”
press keys “4” and “5” to programme the following variables and
set the thresholds, beyond which a caution message will appear on
the display of the machine at the end of the dispensing cycles set
up;
value, beyond which the machine signals that the inlet water filter
shall be replaced;
value, beyond which the machine signals that the variable coffee
brewer shall be serviced;
value, beyond which the machine signals that the grounds drawer
shall be emptied;
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CNT [00]
0000
DEC. GROUP CAFE
CNT [00]
0000
DEC. COF. GROUNDS
CNT [00]
0000
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09.06. data support
the values of the variables composing the machine programming
(configuration) can be transferred to an external support, i.e. the
flash key; to transfer the machine parameters to the key:
- power off the machine;
- open the door;
- insert the flash key into the orange carter slot
05.15.);
- power on the machine with the service key (see 05.13.);
- the display shows:
(see
1 from key to VMC
2 from VMC to key
- press “2”;
- and wait for the display to show:
- power off the machine and remove the flash key;
now, the flash key contains all the parameters typical of the
machine from which they have been fetched. If you wish to
programme another vending machine with these data, the previous
procedure can be repeated by pressing key “1” instead of “2”: the
information will be transferred from the flash key to the vending
machine; both procedures will not alter the data contained in the
supports from which they have been fetched;
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09.07. programming diagram
PROGRAMMING
BUTTON N
FUNCTIONING
PROGR. TOTAL
INHIBITED
PROGR. PARTIAL
C OFFE WATER
C OFFE SEQUENC E
STEP DOWN BREWER
PRODUC T N
PRICES
PRIC E N
HAPPY PRICES
PRIC E N
COINS
C OIN N
START DELAY PRODUC T N
BREAKS NUMBER
GRINDER TIME
TIME AFTER PREINFUS.
WATER N TIME
START DELAY WATER N
TEMPERATURE
TEMPERATURE BOILER
MIXER N
TEMPER. BOILER ENERGY SAVE
START DELAY MIXER N
TEMPERATURE HEATER
MIXER SPEED N
TEMPER. HEATER ENERGY SAVE
LATTE M START BREWER
PRODUC T LM
MISCELLANEOUS
MAC HINE C ODE A
START DELAY PRODUC T LM
MAC HINE C ODE B
BREAKS NUMBER PROD LM
MESSAGE NUMBER
WATER LM TIME
C OIN MEC H TYPE
START DELAY WATER LM
FAN TIME
MIXER LM
BEEP TIME
START DELAY MIXER LM
DEC IMAL NUMBER
MIXER LM SPEED
LANGUAGE
PRODUC T MILK LM
DISPLAY C OLOR
LM MILK WATER NUMBER
FIRST INSTALLATION
JUG
DEINSTALLATION
SELEC TION NAME
ENERGY SAVE - EMS
SUMMER TIME
ABIL. C OFFE SENSOR
DIAGNOSTICS
ABIL. DISPLAY TEMPERATURE
VOLTAGE
SALES AUDIT
TOTAL SELEC TIONS
PARTIAL SELEC TIONS
TOTAL MONEY
PARTIAL MONEY
TOTAL TESTS
PARTIAL TESTS
TOTAL FREE
PARTIAL FREE
TOTAL C ASH
PARTIAL C ASH
N. TOT. SEL. C ASH
N. PART. SEL. C ASH
TOTAL C ASH-BOX
PART. C ASH-BOX
TOTAL LOADED ON C ARD
PART. LOADED ON C ARD
TOTAL UNLOADED C ARD
PART. UNLOADED C ARD
TOTAL SEL. C ARD
PART. SEL. C ARD
TOTAL SEL. N
TOTAL SEL. N HAPPY
TOTAL SEL N. FREE
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09.07. programming diagram
PROGRAMMING
BUTTON N
MDB
FUNCTIONING
EJEC TION TUBES BUTTON N
ESC ROW ENABLE
C REDIT MAX
REST MAX
SELL TYPE
TOKEN VALUE
C OIN REST N
BILL VALIDATOR
MDB TUBES VALUE
CLOCK
HOUR:
DAY:
MONTH:
YEAR :
DAY OF WEEK
START F N
END F N
SWITC HING ON
SWITC HING OFF
KILOWATT HOURS
C LEANING
OUT OF SERVICE
PRODUCT QTY
N.. (1 - 20) OFF DD MM YYYY
PRODUC T QTY N
PROD. N WARNIGN THRESOLD
ENABLE STOP PROD N
MAINTENANCE
WATER FILTER C NT
C NT C OFFEE BREWER
C NT C OFFEE GROUNDS
RFID CARD
MAX C REDIT C ARD
C OIN N WITH C ARD
C OIN N NO C ARD
TUNING MOTORS
TUNING MOTOR
TUNING GRINDER
ID MACHINE
C ODE ID 101
C ODE ID 104
C ODE ID 106
ADDRESS VITDTS
DATA AUDIT
VAR. BREWER
DIAMETER BREWER
POSITION STAND BY
DATA
SALES AUDIT
FREE VEND
TEST VEND
CLEAN.
CLEANING SEL 1-2-3
MAINTENANCE
C LEANING N
WATER FILTER CNT
CNT COFFEE BREWER
CNT COFFEE GROUNDS
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10.
parameters
the following table is intended to supply some information on the
programmable parameters of the Cino XS grande PRO VHO
software; if not otherwise stated, the numeric time values of
devices are expressed in tenths of a second (e.g. 27 corresponds to
2 seconds and 7 tenths);
10.01. configuration
the parameters used to dispense drinks with all possible different
products are supplied here below merely by way of example; these
values enable the operator to programme the selections of
reference in a definite manner and they may be used to obtain
functional dispensing cycles; however, you may make any change
to best satisfy the users' tastes;
01. Kaffe
prod. C
water C
83
145
del. prod.
del. water
02. Kaffe liten
prod. C
water C
68
110
del. prod.
del. water
03. Espresso
prod. C
water C
69
45
del. prod.
del. water
04. Milk
prod.
water
prod.
water
mixer
05. American
C
C
3
1
1
83
50
38
120
135
del.
del.
del.
del.
del.
prod.
water
prod.
water
mixer
prod. C
water C
water 3
83
75
105
del. prod.
del. water
del. water
06. C appuccino
prod.
water
prod.
water
mixer
C
C
3
1
1
83
50
33
130
140
del.
del.
del.
del.
del.
prod.
water
prod. 3
water
mixer 1
5
prod.
water
prod.
prod.
water
mixer
C
C
3
4
1
1
83
45
12
25
130
140
del.
del.
del.
del.
del.
del.
prod.
water
prod. 3
prod. 4
water
mixer 1
80
15
prod.
prod.
water
mixer
3
4
1
1
12
42
165
145
del.
del.
del.
del.
prod. 3
prod. 4
water
mixer 1
110
20
09. Sitron te
prod. 6
water 2
mixer
31
150
del. prod. 6
del. water
del. mixer
15
10. Varmt vann
water 3
180
07. C offee mocca
3
10
1
1
08. Sjokolade m/Melk
1
5
3
coffee beans
C
milk
3
chocolate
4
tea
6
coffee
water
mixer 1
mixer 2
water 3
water 1
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10.02. LM selection
Cino XS grande PRO VHO can produce a drink called Latte
Macchiato, composed by milk and coffee and served in the cup in
differently coloured bands, typically milk, coffee and milk;
to get this special drink, refer to a specific package of instructions,
every step of which is called “LM dispensing cycle”;
le erogazioni di prodotto in sequenza sono:
2° MILK
- dispensing cycle of 1st mixed milk (at low speed rate);
ESPRESSO
COFFEE
10÷15 second pause;
- dispensing cycle of 2nd mixed milk (at high speed rate);
1° MILK
12÷20 second pause;
- dispensing cycle of espresso coffee;
the different milk consistency due to a different mixing treatment
enables coffee to remain in a central range, thus giving origin to
the “Latte Macchiato” drink;
act as follows in the programming menu:
flow diagram, “Latte Macchiato” selection;
PROGRAMMING
BUTTON N
FUNCTIONING
PROGR. TOTAL
C OFFE WATER (200)
C OFFE SEQUENC E
STEP DOWN BREWER
PRODUC T N (24)
parameters
START DELAY PRODUC T N (5)
BREAKS NUMBER
C OFFEE TIME
TIME AFTER PREINFUS.
prod n
WATER N TIME (60)
water n
START DELAY WATER N (0)
mixer n
START DELAY MIXER N (3)
MIXER N (60)
MIXER SPEED N (LOW)
LATTE M START BREWER
PRODUC T LM (24)
START DELAY PRODUC T LM (200)
prod LM
BREAKS NUMBER PROD LM
water LM
WATER LM TIME (60)
START DELAY WATER LM (150)
mixer LM
MIXER LM (80)
START DELAY MIXER LM (180)
MIXER LM SPEED (HIGH)
PRODUC T MILK LM
coffee water
LM MILK WATER NUMBER
JUG
SELEC TION NAME
2nd delay
2nd milk
1st delay
1st milk
selection
time
the data supplied by the table provide for a “latte macchiato”
dispensing cycle and they can be adapted to achieve dispensing
cycles more suitable for the users’ wishes;
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10.03. limits
the table is intended to list the minimum and maximum values you
may assign to programmable variables;
u.m.
from
to
n.
0
250
sec.
0
20
product
sec.
0
20
0 = no product;
product start delay
sec.
0
20
0 = no delay;
n.
0
2
0 = no pause;
water time
sec.
0
20
0 = no water;
water start delay
sec.
exp coffee water
grinder time
number of product pauses
water flow

0 = no espresso;
0
20
0 = no delay;


slow, medium, fast;
mixer
sec.
0
20
0 = no mixer
mixer start delay
sec.
0
20
0 = no delay;

slow, medium, fast;
mixer speed


pressure boiler temperature
°C
0
120
pressure boiler temperature in energy saving
°C
0
120
heater temperature
°C
0
50
heater temperature in energy saving
°C
0
50
sec.
0
6.000
product decounter
jug
0 = no limit;
n.
0
10
step down brewer
mm.
0
10
t. after pre-brewing
sec.
0
15
machine code A and B
n.
0
65.535
message number
n.
0
7
display color
n.
0
13
fan delay
min.
0
180
beep time
1,5
sec.
0
number of decimals
n.
0
3
coin A ÷ J
n.
0
65.000
prices 1 ÷ 10
n.
0
65.000
motor calibration



+/- 30%
millstone calibration



+/- 30%
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11.
solution of problems
any event that may occur during the operation of a machine may
totally or partially compromise its functionality;
to help the operator restore the normal functionality of the vending
machine, the display shows an error code as an abbreviation that
identifies the malfunction and helps the operator find the faulty
device;
the content of this chapter is intended to collect, expand and
comment upon these abbreviations, which are forcedly concise, to
facilitate the solution of the failure;
please note:
1°
in the machine, the error may be signalled with or without a suffix
that – if present – is intended to specify the meaning better;
however, the number on the display identifies for sure the devices,
assemblies and functions in question;
2°
in the following table:
-
the first column shows the machine number; any variant is
shown with the detail letters for more specification;
the second shows the machine district or function affected by
the event;
the third one contains a comment, the purpose of which is to
help find a solution; these notes are surely not exhaustive
because a malfunction may have several causes or be
originated by an ensemble of factors, but they any way give
some hints on how to proceed;
3°
not all malfunctions are signalled by an error message since the
latter is generated by electric controls that are not made available
in all machine districts;
4°
this document is meant only for the technicians who are – at least
briefly - familiar with the technologies, machines, devices and
names generally used in the vending field; the wiring diagrams
supplied with the machine are absolutely necessary to understand
and solve the events described herein;
attention
while performing the actions necessary to restore the machine
functions, act with the utmost caution and strictly observe the
safety instructions for operators and users;
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OFF 2
payment system
protocol
OFF 2 E
OFF 2 M
OFF 2 P
executive
MDB
parallel
no communication between the payment system and the vending machine
CPU; it might be caused by improper power supply, false programming or
payment system malfunction;
OFF 3
drip tray
OFF 5
EAROM
OFF 6
water supply
the sensor controlling the liquid level in the drip tray has tripped; empty it
and re-position it;
those integrated in the CPU board fail to operate properly;
OFF
6C
air break
the water supply might be totally lacking, its pressure might be not enough
or some obstacle might slow down the regular water flow (filter grilled
cover, load pipes either choked or clogged); the water inlet solenoid valve
safety has tripped;
OFF
6D
air break
the pressure boiler circuit has been refilled with water, but no drink has
been dispensed; the supply circuit might have a leakage;
OFF
6G
pressure boiler
during the first installation phase, water inlet error in the machine; after
having opened the water inlet solenoid valve and activated the pump, the
volumetric counter shall send the CPU a sequence of pulses to give
evidence that water is flowing; if this does not occur, error 6G is triggered;
OFF 7
OFF
espresso circuit
7A
espresso pump
OFF 8
the power-on time of the espresso circuit pump has exceeded the limit; the
water flow has encountered more resistance than usual and the pulses
produced by the volumetric counter have required a time interval deemed
to be too long for a dispensing cycle within proper limits; also check the
grinding amount and degree of coffee beans poured into the coffee brewer
chamber;
coffee brewer
OFF
8A
piston
error in the lower piston movement down or in the upper piston movement
up;
OFF
8B
presence
the machine fails to recognise the presence of the coffee brewer in its
correct working position;
OFF
8C
piston
the upper piston is not moving properly;
OFF
8D
piston
the lower piston is not moving up properly to the chamber;
OFF
8E
piston
the lower piston is not moving down properly;
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OFF 10
EAROM
OFF 14
water inlet
OFF
14 B
stored data are not consistent (reading or writing error) and the overall
operation of the vending machine may be otherwise than expected;
pressure boiler
if water is not reloaded after six dispensing cycles, error 14 is triggered;
even a water inlet pressure value other than the pre-set one, may cause
this error, thus filling in the pressure boiler in excess and providing for a
number of dispensing cycles higher than the pre-set one; if selections are
dispensed with a limited water quantity, the error is more likely to occur;
OFF 16
programming keyboard
OFF 17
keyboards
OFF
17 A
Selection
OFF 24
the programming keyboard inside the machine has a short-circuited key or
it has been pressed too long; if pressed too long, the manual release
button of cups turrets may cause this error;
a button appears as if it were constantly pressed;
power supply unit
OFF
24 A
24 V dc
the actual 24 V dc voltage value is higher than the tolerated one;
OFF
24 B
24 V dc
the measured 24 V dc voltage value is below the admitted threshold or
totally absent, e.g. because a fuse has tripped; find out and remove the
causes that have produced this error before powering on the machine
again;
OFF 31
espresso coffee water
OFF
31 A
temperature
the pressure boiler water temperature is higher than the programmed
value;
OFF
31 B
temperature
water fails to achieve the set temperature;
OFF
31 C
pressure boiler probe
the temperature probe is interrupted or its electric connector is detached;
OFF
31 D
time
the temperature fails to achieve the programmed value within the admitted
time limit;
OFF 77
CPU
OFF 80
MDB change giver
the "clock" function is not properly performed; the buffer battery might be
low; after having restored the function, carefully check the clock-related
machine functions: happy hour, time bands, ... that might have been
compromised by the lack of time references;
OFF 80 4
tubes
a tube sensor is not properly working;
OFF 80 6
validator
validator not inserted or disconnected;
OFF 80 7
tube
a coin tube is not properly working;
OFF 80 8
memory
ROM with reading/writing error;
OFF 80 C
coin
coin locked in the acceptance path;
OFF 80 D
coin
attempt at fraud and coin removal;
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12.
maintenance
the Cino XS grande PRO VHO vending machine requires no
special maintenance procedure to do its job; however, if you
provide for careful and frequent cleaning, this may help the
machine keep its performance constant, prevent failures and
ensure the high quality of dispensed drinks; the frequency of
cleaning operations largely depends upon the number of dispensing
cycles and the hardness of water in use (use a softener system)
and it shall be adjusted to the working conditions of the vending
machine;
the actions described are intended to prevent the bacterial growth
in the machine areas directly in contact with foodstuffs and to keep
the parts conveying drink-composing products clean; after having
disassembled the parts of the machine listed here below, use
plenty of lukewarm water to remove any residue that might build
up;
the support of a bacterial static or bactericidal solution may
strengthen a deep cleaning action, provided it is compatible with
human health and the supply of foodstuffs; reassemble all the
parts you have cleaned after having dried them by means of a
clean piece of cloth;
refer to the content of the Internet address:
http://ec.europa.eu/food/food/biosafety/
hygienelegislation/index_en.htm
this site is intended to supply the European Parliament
recommendations for properly and safely processing foodstuffs;
consult also the 2004/852/EC European Community regulation
http://eur-lex.europa.eu/LexUriServ/LexUriServ.do?uri
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before accessing the machine for each maintenance operation, it is
recommended to warn the users by means of boards properly
positioned that it is forbidden to approach the vending machine
and to use it;
attention
never wash the machine by using water jets;
wash hands thoroughly with water and soap before
handling the machine and the products;
only use potable water;
all components must only be cleaned with warm running
water;
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power off the machine; disconnect the supply cable and carefully
make sure that there is no sign of wear; check the stability and
efficiency of internal connections of the mains supply carefully;
12.01. weekly
drip tray
extract the drip tray (a), remove the upper grilled cover and wash
with plenty of water; open the door and clean the drip tray housing
inside the machine, the nozzle support spout (e) and the grounds
funnel;
grounds base
pull the grounds drawer of the machine (b); extract the frame from
the bag; extract the bag and pay attention not to break it; replace
the bag with a new one and secure it inside the grounds drawer by
means of the frame; open the door, remove the grounds funnel
and wash it with plenty of water;
a
b
attention
the disposal of the residual coffee grounds must occur in
observance of the sanitary obligations in force in the country;
c
product slides
turn the baffles of the product slides (c) to close them, remove
them from canisters and wash them with plenty of lukewarm water
(product slides are plugged in);
dispensing system
turn the fastening levers of mixing bowls (d) clockwise, remove the
nozzles from the support by unhooking them, pull the mixing bowl
and the dust extraction ring; wash the ensemble of disassembled
parts with plenty of lukewarm water;
inner side of the machine
d
remove any trace of residue from the internal surfaces of the
machine and the door, above all in the proximity of the cup station
and clean with a piece of wet cloth;
dry the parts carefully and re-mount them on the machine;
when the door is open, connect the power supply cable once again
and turn on the main switch;
use the service key;
attention
e
act with the utmost caution
act with the utmost caution, the vending machine is supplied and
operating to all effects; the mobile parts of the coffee brewer will
be handled;
carry out some wash cycles for the water circuits of the machine
(see 08.03.);
remove the service key, put it into its seat and close the door;
outer body
clean the outside of the machine by using a piece of non-abrasive
cloth, dampened with lukewarm water; only if necessary, use a
neutral non-foamy detergent;
attention
use neutral detergents only; never use abrasive pieces of cloth,
steel brushes, aggressive or foamy detergents and other solvents,
boiling water and acid;
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12.02. monthly
besides fulfilling the tasks already specified by chapter 12.01.
weekly, it is also recommended to act in the following districts:
dispensing system
f
i
disassemble all components of the dispensing system:
g
- extraction drawer (f)
- water dispensing ring (g)
h
- mixing bowl (h)
- mixer (l)
l
- dispensing tubes (m)
- product dispensing nozzle holder (n)
m
extract the mixer fan just by pulling it; check the wear state of the
w ring (i) sheathing the mixer motor shaft; wash the assembly of
disassembled parts with plenty of lukewarm water;
products canister
remove the product canisters (o) by lifting them in the front and by
pulling them; remove the cover and empty the product residue;
n
turn the baffles of product slides into a close-position; remove
them from the canisters and wash them with plenty of lukewarm
water, as it is described by chapter 12.01. weekly;
o
at the back of the product canister turn the black ring nut clockwise
and remove it; extract the worm screw by pulling the black bush;
to facilitate disassembly, push the stirring wheel in the correct
direction;
lift the two fastening clips (one for each side) from the inside of the
product canister and remove the two red plugs from the outside;
remove the stirring wheel; wash the disassembled parts with plenty
of lukewarm water;
p
Coffee brewer
the whole coffee brewer can be cleaned and washed with running
water since it has no component that may be damaged; to extract
the coffee brewer, first remove the coffee dispensing tube from the
nozzle holder, release the carter (p) by pressing on each side and
by pulling it to the outside, remove the ground grey conveyor just
by pulling it, remove the coffee brewer (q) by pressing the orange
release button, by lifting it slightly and by pulling it;
environmental and
powder aspirators
carefully check that the rotors of the two aspirators on the rear
panel of the vending machine can freely rotate without any
hindrance or stoppage; make sure that the corrugated tube for
connection between the powder aspirator and the extraction drawer
is clean and free of any product deposit;
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dispensing system
replace the gasket at the base of the mixing bowl of the mixer;
remove the mixer motor fan by pulling it; replace the gasket of the
mixer motor shaft ;
products canister
disassemble the products canister from the machine; empty them,
disassemble them in their basic components and wash them
carefully as already described by chapter “12.02. monthly”;
powder aspirator drawer
disassemble the mixing bowls; pull out the extraction drawers (r);
wash them with plenty of lukewarm water;
silicone tubes
make sure that the water transport tubes are intact and that they
have kept their transparency, replace them, if necessary;
coffee brewer
- replace the three sealing rings (s) of the compression chamber
and lower piston guide;
- replace the upper and lower filters (t);
- check the state of the compression chamber;
pressure boiler
disassemble the pressure boiler; separate the pressure boiler from
the solenoid valves block (u) and check the seal o-ring; clean the
instant and espresso outlet water circuits; check the third way of
the espresso valve drain by removing any trace of residue (v);
air break
empty and clean the air break tank;(z); carefully check the micro
switch functionality operated by the floater rod and make sure that
it can freely slide without any hindrance;
r
s
12.04. out of order
temporary
if the vending machine should be inactive for a long period, please
act as follows:
- perform the uninstall cycle (see 09.01.f.);
- detach the water and energy supply;
empty the liquid waste tray;
- empty and clean the product canisters;
- clean the internal and external surfaces by using a wet piece of
cloth;
- cover the machine by means of a cloth;
- store it in a sheltered place, at a temperature not below 5 °C, at
a relative humidity not above 80%;
definitive
if you should definitively set the vending machine out of
commission and provide for the disposal of some parts thereof,
after having carried out the operations above, disassemble the
vending machine by separating every single component and
subdividing the parts according to the nature of materials; the
applied symbol means that the components of the vending machine
shall be not processed as home rubbish, but delivered to the
collection points capable of recycling electric and electronic
equipment; refer to the 2002/96/EC Directive and to the relative
rules;
t
u
v
z
the complete text of the European directive about this specific
subject-matter is made available on the Internet site:
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13.
how to do to:
13.01. get an espresso
selection
the parameters that determine the quality and quantity of an
espresso selection in a cup are:
-
the
the
the
the
the
temperature and quantity of percolation water;
coffee grinding degree;
ground coffee quantity;
ground compression;
features of coffee beans;
considering the great variability of these factors, it is important to
establish which are the features of the espresso most in demand by
the final user and to programme the vending machine components
to achieve the best result for this choice;
many of the variables contributing to dispense an espresso can be
regulated via software and autonomously programmed for each
selection, except for :
- the water temperature that – once set up – is constant;
- the grinding degree of the coffee beans that is manually
established and – once set up – is constant;
the boiler water temperature is generally set to 92 °C ÷ 94 °C in a
vending machine installed in a room where the temperature is as
prescribed (5 °C ÷ 35 °C);
the grinding degree of the coffee beans – fundamentally
established by the distance between the grinding wheels – can be
manually adjusted by rotating the regulation ring nut;
it is assumed that a grinder with new blades is basically regulated
as follows:
- by turning the regulation ring nut clockwise as far as the stop
(minimum distance between the grinding wheels);
- by turning the same ring nut counterclockwise by one complete
turn plus 5/8 notches;
the resulting grinding degree can be considered of reference; you
can certainly adapt it to the espresso you wish by varying the
distance between the grinding wheels;
guide lines
espresso coffee “Italian
style”
(50 cc. in a cup)
espresso coffee
“American style”
(200 cc. in a cup)
boiler water temperature:
grinding degree:
grinding time (for ~ 8.0 gr.)
percolation water time:
step down brewer:
as above;
as above;
6 sec.;
15 sec.;
no
boiler water temperature:
grinding degree:
grinding time (for ~ 12.0 gr.)
percolation water time:
step down brewer:
as above;
as above;
9 sec.;
35 sec.;
1;
the cup results can be certainly adapted to the final user’s requests
better by changing the parameters above;
13.02. insert labels
open the door and remove the orange carter; extract the two
electric connectors of the keyboards; release the four holders from
the front panel by removing the four safety clips; insert the labels
into the pockets by observing the machine configuration;
13.03. empty the drip
tray
the drip tray is arranged in its work seat and retained by the
notches in the structure; pull to remove it;
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13.04. empty the
grounds container
when the machine is off, open the grounds drawer; remove the bag
from the hook ring; insert a new bag onto the ring and secure it in
position by means of the two side tongues;
13.05. remove the coffee
hopper
insert the orange closing baffle to the bottom and lift the coffee
hopper, pay attention not to spill the content thereof;
13.06. remove the
instant canister
rotate the dispensing slide closure and pull the canister by lifting it
slightly; to reassemble it, insert the rear bush into the motor gear
and the lower pin into the horizontal surface hole; the product
slides are plug-in mountedand removed from the canisters by
turning them clockwise;
13.07. remove the coffee
brewer
after opening the machine, press on each side of the protection
carter (a) and remove it by letting the espresso nozzle through the
groove after removing it from the nozzle holder (b);
remove the ground grey conveyor by pulling it (c);
pull the brewer release button (d), lift and extract it;
13.08. regulate the
grinding degree
remove the coffee canister; remove the two side covers from the
carter; turn the grinder ring nut (clockwise for a finer degree);
the effect produced by the regulation is shown by the drink
after three or four dispensing cycles;
13.09. regulate the
ground dose
see software “09.01.a. grinder time” and also “13.01. get an
espresso selection”;
13.10. replace the o-ring
of mixing bowls
remove the silicone tubes intended to dispense the product; turn
the orange ring nut clockwise; pull the mixing bowl body and
extract the mixer fan; you can now access the w-ring of the motor
shaft, the water inlet gaskets of the mixing bowl and the mixing
bowl gaskets , as already described by chapter 12.02. monthly;
13.11. replace the mixer
motor
remove the silicone tubes intended to dispense the product; turn
the orange ring nut clockwise and pull the mixing bowl body;
unscrew the crosshead by using a PH2 screwdriver and extract the
motor; the power supply wires can be removed without any tool;
13.12. replace the mixer
motor
remove the product canister; access the rear part of the machine;
extract the two small electric cables from the motor, hold the body,
push it to the bottom to release it from the bayonet connection of
the structure; the power supply wires can be removed without any
tool (observe the polarities);
13.13. determine water
and product times
the times specified by table 10.01. can be referred to as the times
functional for the machine and the products to be dispensed;
however, they can be adapted to the capacity of the user’s cups
(by changing “time water N”) and its tastes (by changing “product
N”); please, never forget to make sure that the dispensing time of
the instant product is always lower than the one of corresponding
water;
13.14. programme delays
c
a
b
c
d
(if accepted) dispensing starts as soon as the user presses a
selection key; the order in which instant products are poured into
the cup depends upon the values of delays (e.g. the one, the delay
value of which is zero, will be dispensed before the one, the value
of which is 40, dispensed four seconds after the user has pressed
the selection key); pay special attention when programming the
delays in dispensing a product and the water diluting it in the
mixing bowl; except for the instant coffee product, for which just
the opposite is applicable, it is recommended to dispense water
before the product to enable the latter to drop on the water film
already present in the mixing bowl for a better mix; espresso is
dispensed before and after any instant product by programming
the variable “coffee sequence”;
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13.15. regulate the speed
of mixers
the rotation speed of the motors of product mixers can be adjusted
between 15,000 r.p.m. and 5,000 r.p.m.; the drink quality of
instant products depends a lot upon the action of the fans of
mixers: instant chocolate generally requires a long mixing time at
the maximum speed for dissolution in water whereas instant tea
shall not be mixed to get a drink quality without any bubble on the
surface;
13.16. choose the
quantity of break
numbers
if instant products can be hardly dissolved in water, it may be of
use to stop the product dispensing cycle from the product canister
for a short time; the water flowing into the mixing bowl will have
the time necessary to remove any product build-up;
13.17. time tests
to check the rotation time of a product motor and a mixer fan or
the activation time of a solenoid valve during the programming
phase, when the display shows “PRODUCT N” or “WATER N time”
or “MIXER N”, press the “PROG” key: the device will be activated
for the programmed time;
13.18. determine the
suction fan time
to remove the residual powder of instant products from inside the
machine, it is recommended to use the value in minutes you have
already programmed (three); if you should use particularly volatile
products, increase the time to five (and more) minutes;
13.19. remove water
to discharge water from the circuits of the machine:
attention
these components may be very hot
even if the machine is off;
- detach the water supply; disassemble the rear panel;
- connect a 6x9 tube with the solenoid valve intended to discharge
the pressure boiler (see 05.35.) and convey water into a min. 3-l
bucket to be placed on the floor;
- power on the machine by means of the service key, access the
programming mode, scroll as far as the items “miscellaneous”
and “uninstallation”;
- press “4”, press “5”; the machine pump will start to discharge
water from the pressure boiler and the tubes into the bucket;
- the time required to let water out completely is over six minutes;
DEINSTALLATION
4=START
CONNECT BOILER
TUBE
5=>
DEINSTALLATION
attention
- wait for the cycle to come to an end; the display will show:
END DEINSTAL.
SWITCH OFF
- power off the machine;
- remove the plug fastening screw, extract the air break outlet
hose, empty it into the water bucket;
- re-insert the plug into the tube and remount it onto the machine
by means of the fastening screw;
- remove the tube from the drain solenoid valve of the pressure
boiler;
- remount the rear panel of the machine;
13.20. return some
material under guarantee
if you should return any material under guarantee that is either
defective or not in compliance with your requirements, fill in the
form “MOD. PO 19.01/2B Materials under guarantee –
Authorisation to return” and send it to the fax number above to
apply for authorisation; only after having received the authorisation
form signed and numbered, you are permitted to send the goods at
your expenses to the address specified by the form;
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6A
6A
water filter
volumetric counter
pompa ex 5
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11B
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11E
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three-way valve
soluble solenoid valve 1
soluble solenoid valve 2
soluble solenoid valve 3
IFC
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column
90° joint
drip tray
nozzle support
mixer 2
mixer 1
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pressure boiler
drain tap
8B
column
by pass
name
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E1
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air break
BP
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5C
column
water inlet solenoid valve
name
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silicone hose 04/06T
ptfe hose 04/06T
ptfe hose 02/04T
silicone hose 07/11T
silicone hose 06/11T
silicone hose 06/09T
silicone hose 05/08T
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