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FAN (IF FITTED)
MODULAR DECK OVEN
OPERATING AND MAINTENANCE MANUAL
ECOTOUCH CONTROL
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IMPORTANT NOTES
• TO REDUCE RISK OF FIRE OR ELECTRIC SHOCK, DO NOT REMOVE
COVERS (OR BACK SHEETING). NO USER SERVICEABLE PARTS
INSIDE. REPAIR SHOULD BE DONE BY AUTHORISED PERSONNEL
ONLY.
• FAILURE TO ADHERE TO THE CLEANING AND MAINTENANCE
INSTRUCTIONS DETAILED IN THIS MANUAL COULD AFFECT THE
WARRANTY OF THIS MACHINE.
• THE OVEN SHOULD ONLY BE USED FOR BAKING BREAD, PASTRIES
AND CAKES
• SOME SECTIONS OF THIS MANUAL ARE FOR ENGINEERS ONLY AND
THE CUSTOMER SHOULD NOT ATTEMPT TO MAKE ALTERATIONS.
• BEWARE OF HOT SURFACES.
DO NOT TOUCH OVEN FRONT OR DOOR WITH BARE SKIN.
As it is our policy to improve our machines continuously, we reserve the right
to change specifications without prior notice.
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CONTENTS
Section - 1.0
Section - 2.0
Section - 3.0
Section - 4.0
Section - 5.0
Section - 6.0
Section - 7.0
Section - 8.0
Section - 9.0
Section - 10.0
Introduction
Overall Dimensions
Specifications
Safety
Installation
Isolation
Cleaning
Operating Conditions
Principles Of Operation (and baking advice)
TOUCH SCREEN OPERATION
-Basic operation10-1.0
Bake using “FAVOURITES” menu
10-2.0
“MANUAL” menu
10-3.0
“PROGRAMMES” menu
10-4.0
Creating a program
10-5.0
7-Day timer
10-6.0
Settings
Time and date
Settings – General level
Settings explained – General level
Settings – High level
Settings explained – High level
Default Passcodes
10-7.0
10-8.0
Section - 11.0
Section - 12.0
Section - 13.0
Using the USB port
Diagnostics
Troubleshooting
Service Information
Replacing light bulbs
Spares Information
THIS SECTION IS FOR ENGINEERS ONLY AND THE CUSTOMER
SHOULD NOT ATTEMPT TO MAKE ALTERATIONS.
Section - 14.0
Electrical Information
Section - 15.0
WARNING and INFORMATION LABELS
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1.0 INTRODUCTION
The electric modular Deck Oven is an easy to use practical, good-looking oven,
giving an excellent heat recovery rate and an even bake across a wide range of
bread and confectionery products.
• Good looking and totally reliable
Conceived with the no nonsense requirements of both the independent and in-store
baker in mind, and designed to visually please as well as give reliable service for
many years. This oven will more than satisfy the most discerning customer.
• Top quality specification
The external and internal contact surfaces are stainless steel.
Each modular deck is fitted with durable reinforced one-piece tiles, and an increase
in high-grade insulation and high temperature ceramic sealant, makes the oven more
efficient.
The oven comes with a patented integral steaming system, which reduces energy
consumption and the overall size of the oven. The system produces real steam with
the advantages of spray steam. Pre-steam is also available to reduce the affects of
long loading times.
No drainage is required.
Ecotouch ovens are supplied with TOUCH displays for the user-friendly control
panels. This can show pictures of product types or program numbers that have been
set by the user. When not being used, the screen can show your company logo.
A voice prompt facility is also available for the basic instructions like “Bake over”.
ECOTOUCH
SCREEN
CONTROLS
The lights are low voltage, sealed from the chamber and easily accessed from
outside the oven.
Fitted with a choice of hinged easy to clean glazed doors (using low energy-loss
reflective glass for high visibility) or metal doors, means low energy consumption and
the high kW rating gives good recovery.
(0-100% heating available both top and bottom)
As it is our policy to improve our machines continuously, we reserve the right
to change specifications without prior notice.
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2.0 OVERALL DIMENSIONS
ALL DIMENSIONS ARE APPROXIMATE
H
D
W
5 DECK oven ………… H = 2135mm
4 DECK oven ………… H = 2020mm
3 DECK oven ………… H = 2020mm
Ovens available with 1,2,3, 4, and 5 modules
812mm deep modules …... D = 1300mm
3 Tray wide oven ……. W = 1890mm
2 Tray wide oven ……. W = 1416mm
1 Tray wide oven ……. W = 940mm
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3.0 SPECIFICATIONS
5 DECK OVEN
DECK PLATE HEIGHTS
4 DECK OVEN
DECK PLATE HEIGHTS
3 DECK OVEN
DECK PLATE HEIGHTS
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ELECTRICAL LOADINGS:
•
SUPPLY REQUIRED PER MODULAR DECK:
3 TRAY WIDE
3 Phase N + Earth, 400V. 50Hz
NOISE LEVEL:
9.0kW, 13Amp
2 TRAY WIDE
6.0kW, 9Amp
1 TRAY WIDE
3.0kW, 5Amp
Less than 80 Db
WEIGHT:
(ALL WEIGHTS ARE APPROXIMATE)
Total oven weight
(Including base frame)
– 2 tray wide, 3 deck
– 3 tray wide, 3 deck
– 1 tray wide, 3 deck
Weight per oven chamber module
– 2 tray wide
– 3 tray wide
– 1 tray wide
Weight per oven canopy module
– 2 tray wide
– 3 tray wide
– 1 tray wide
Weight per fan module
– 2 tray wide
– 3 tray wide
– 1 tray wide
Weight of product (max) per deck
– 2 tray wide
– 3 tray wide
– 1 tray wide
= 1569lbs
= 2345lbs
= TBA
= 421lbs
= 575lbs
= TBA
= 31lbs
= 38lbs
= TBA
= 62lbs
= 62lbs
= TBA
= 86lbs
= 131lbs
= TBA
(711kg)
(1064kg)
(191.5kg)
(261kg)
(14kg)
(17kg)
(28kg)
(28kg)
(39kg)
(60kg)
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4.0 SAFETY
All maintenance must be made with the oven disconnected from the
power supply and then only by fully trained authorized persons.
Check all cover panels, and any pipefittings are securely positioned.
Check oven door handles are not damaged.
Do not operate a deck's steaming system with oven door open.
Always use oven gloves when loading or unloading the oven.
When products are removed from the oven, ensure:
(a) Tins are knocked out and stored directly onto a tin storage trolley or rack
(Do not leave hot tins on the floor or on tables).
(b)Trays are put into a rack and the rack is wheeled to a safe cooling area.
Do not store items on top of the oven.
Beware of hot surfaces. Do not touch oven front or door with bare skin.
Do not store items behind the oven.
All operatives must be fully trained
People undergoing training must be under direct supervision
The oven should only be used for baking bread, pastries and cakes (for other
products please contact your oven supplier)
No unauthorized modifications should be made to the oven.
Do not walk on the roof of the oven
DISPOSAL
Care should be taken when the oven comes to the end of its working life. All
parts should be disposed of in the appropriate place, either recycling or other
means as the law permits at the time.
NOTE: BAKERY STAFF MUST NOT UNDER ANY CIRCUMSTANCES REMOVE
PANELS TO ACCESS ANY PART OF THE DECK OVEN.
Panels should only be removed for repairs or maintenance, after isolating oven
from power supply, by a Mono maintenance engineer (or other fully trained
maintenance contractor)
The Bakery Manager or the Bakery Supervisor must carry out the above daily safety checks
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5.0 INSTALLATION
GENERAL
A hard smooth level floor is recommended on which to position the oven and
access for maintenance should be considered.
The oven is not designed to be ” built in” so sufficient clearance must be left in
front of the access panels (right hand side) to allow for servicing.
If not chosen as an oven option, it is recommended that an extraction hood be
placed above the oven to disperse excess steam and heat, which could have
an adverse effect on the bakery ceiling and ambient temperature.
• A wall isolator must be available in order to completely isolate the oven.
THIS ISOLATOR MUST BE CLEARLY ACCESSIBLE TO THE OVEN OPERATOR
•
A chain retainer should be fitted, that is shorter than the power cables, to
protect them from strain if the oven is moved. (Fit to the wall or floor and the
base, using hole provided in castor fixing corner plates).
•
Installation must be made by a trained authorized engineer and all utilities
must conform to all local regulations.
The oven must be “run in” as stated in the initial start up instructions.
ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS
SUPPLY REQUIRED PER MODULAR DECK:
(One main connection point for all deck supplies at top of oven)
3 TRAY WIDE
3 Phase N + Earth, 400V. 50Hz
9.0kW, 13Amp
2 TRAY WIDE
6.0kW, 9Amp
1 TRAY WIDE
3.0kW, 5Amp
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IMPORTANT OPERATION
EARTH (GROUND)
STRAPS MUST BE
CONNECTED
BETWEEN EACH
SECTION.
REAR VIEW OF OVEN
PART NUMBER
M158-25-11200
SUPPLIED
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WATER SUPPLY REQUIREMENTS
The set up procedure on the next page must be followed to
allow the steaming system to function correctly
All ovens with steam require a ¾” BSP hot or cold water supply at a pressure
of 2 - 3 bar (29 – 44 psi).
Only one water supply is required per oven. This should comply with local
water regulations.
A manifold supplies all decks from one connection point.
For proper operation of the steam system it is recommended that the water
supply follows the following specifications:
Hardness
0-4 grains per gallon
PH range
7.0 to 8.5
Chloride concentration
0 –20 ppm
Consult Mono for proper water filtration system information.
No drain is required for this oven.
A non-return check-valve is supplied fitted to the water inlet manifold.
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WATER SYSTEM SETUP PROCEDURE
It is imperative that the water delivery to the deck oven is checked for the
steam system to operate correctly
1. Flush out the main feed pipe to be used, until water runs clear and free from debris.
2. Connect main feed to oven.
3. Connect flexible hoses to each deck.
4. Place a container under the test valve.
5. Slowly open test valve fully and with the water flowing check the regulator is set to
0.75 bar. If not adjust using the screw on the regulator.
• Never use the oven above this setting
6. When the pressure has stabilised, shut the test valve.
REPEAT 4,5 AND 6 AT THE END OF INSTALLATION.
NOTE. DYNAMIC PRESSURE, NOT STATIC, IS BEING MEASURED.
TO OVENS
REGULATOR
DUAL CHECK VALVE BACKFLOW
PREVENTION DEVICE
STOP TAP
TEST
VALVE
ADJUSTING
SCREW
SET TO 0.75 bar
FILTER
WATER REGULATOR SET UP
LOCATED ON REAR OF OVEN
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Exhaust Connections
(IF CANOPY FITTED)
•
Ideally an exhaust duct should rise 2 metres above the bakery roof protected
from wind and birds by a duct protector.
•
It should be of a suitable material to take the high temperatures and humidity
expected.
•
It should be flexible and easily removable at the oven connection point.
This allows the oven to be moved for cleaning when required.
585mm
CONNECTION POINT
255mm Dia.SPIGOT
240mm
CANOPY
ROOF
WITH EXTRACTION FAN FITTED
330mm
CONNECTION POINT
255mm Dia.SPIGOT
WITHOUT EXTRACTION FAN FITTED
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INITIAL START UP
THIS PROCEDURE MUST BE ADHERED TO FOR THE OVEN
WARRANTY TO BE VALID.
In order for the oven to give good reliable service, the deck tiles must be initially
brought up to temperature as stated below.
After this running in period the oven can be used as required.
Running in procedure
1. Turn the oven on and note the temperature shown.
(This will be the temperature inside the cooking chamber)
2. The temperature needs to rise to 110deg C, at no more than 2deg a minute.
DO NOT USE BOTTOM HEAT AT ANY TIME.
3. Take the temperature up to 260deg C, at no more than 1deg in 2 minutes.
THIS WILL TAKE 5 HOURS.
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6.0 ISOLATION
WARNING
THE
“POWER OFF” BUTTON ON THE FRONT OF THE OVEN DOES
NOT ISOLATE THE POWER SUPPLY.
A WALL ISOLATOR MUST BE AVAILABLE IN ORDER
TO COMPLETELY ISOLATE THE OVEN.
THIS ISOLATOR MUST BE CLEARLY ACCESSIBLE
AND KNOWN TO THE OVEN OPERATOR
TO STOP THE OVEN IN AN
EMERGENCY SWITCH OFF AT THE
MAIN WALL ISOLATOR
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7.0 CLEANING
DAILY CLEANING INSTRUCTIONS
ISOLATE OVEN FROM MAINS SUPPLY BEFORE CLEANING.
After the oven has been allowed to cool, (this could take several hours),
sweep any debris out.
Use a vacuum cleaner with metal attachments (able to take heat) if available.
Brush down and wipe oven front, back and sides with a damp cloth.
Spot clean with a damp cloth, which has been soaked in a solution of mild
detergent, and hot water, paying particular attention to ensure excess water is
not applied around the area of the electrical panels.
NOTE: TAKE CARE WATER DOES NOT ENTER CONTROL PANEL
MOUNTING OR ROOF MOUNTED FAN.
WEEKLY CLEANING INSTRUCTIONS
ISOLATE OVEN FROM MAINS SUPPLY BEFORE CLEANING.
Complete daily cleaning as above.
Scrub oven wheels with a mild detergent and hot water using nylon cleaning
brush.
Ensure the oven roof area is clear of debris and dust build up.
(DO NOT STAND ON THE OVEN ROOF)
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8.0 OPERATING CONDITIONS
It is recommended that a space of at least 6 feet be left in front of the oven for
ease of operation and safety.
Bakery utensils must not be used to operate the control panel buttons.
9.0 PRINCIPLE OF OPERATION
NOTE: FOR OVEN TEMPERATURE SETTINGS,
REFER TO YOUR OWN COMPANY’S RECIPE MANUAL
PLEASE ALSO REFER TO THE BAKING ADVICE ON THE NEXT PAGE
Products are baked in an insulated heated chamber.
The temperature is regulated by a thermocouple having a read-out on the front
control panel.
Baking heat is radiant with top and bottom heat being adjusted by means of separate
controls. This enables heat to be “balanced” according to product requirement.
STEAM is provided from an integral steam unit, and is introduced into the chamber
on demand. This is automatically controlled by the programmed parameters.
Once steamed the oven will not steam again until the steam
unit has recovered heat, typically 3-8 minutes depending
on the amount of steam selected.
All ovens are fitted with a steam damper that evacuates steam humidity into a vent
at the side of the oven.
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Baking Advice
For the best results from deck Ovens
Loading
1. Do not place the products too close together. If the loaves are close to
each other after oven spring (expansion), the loaves sides will be soft and may
collapse on cooling.
2. Place the product evenly within the oven. Product bunched together will be
paler than those widely spaced.
3. Product should not be placed too close to the edge of the tile. As it
expands towards the front one side of the loaf may enter the cooler air by the
door.
4. Door opening should be kept to a minimum because cold air enters the
oven cooling the sidewalls and roof causing the finished product to be lighter
locally at the front and wasting heat. If loading times are consistently long you
can alter the front top heat to put more heat at the front.
5. If the loading takes a long time, product can form a skin, which causes an
imbalance and a less attractive finish. By using the pre-steam function before
loading this can be minimised. This function turns the elements off and injects
steam to increase the humidity.
Bake settings
1. A good starting point for baking breads in Mono deck ovens is 225C (437F)
Top heat 60-65
bottom heat 40.
2. For cookies etc, the heat in the oven can be turned almost off, however it may
still be necessary to place the trays with cookies etc onto upturned trays on
the oven sole.
3. Steam should be kept to a minimum, for energy efficiency, depending on the
product and finish. Times between 9 and 12 seconds should be adequate.
4. It is a good idea not to focus on the temperature recovery this can vary from
oven to oven.
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Is the product baked in the time and to the quality you require?
Below are some tips for modifying the bake so you get the product that you require.
•
If your product is light on top.
Either decrease the bottom heat and extend bake time or increase the top heat.
•
If the product sides are pale and the top dark.
Make sure the products are spaced well apart, drop the top heat and extend the
bake time.
•
If the bake time is too long.
First increase the top heat to speed recovery.
If this does not give sufficient savings increase the bake temperature.
•
To thicken the crust
Set the damper to open longer. Different ovens will require different lengths of time.
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10.0 TOUCHSCREEN
OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
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BASIC OPERATION
ALL OPERATIONS ARE ACTIVATED BY TOUCHING AREAS ON THE
SCREEN, WHICH WILL PASS YOU ON TO THE NEXT INFORMATION PANEL.
DO NOT USE EXCESSIVE FORCE.
(THE PRESSURE REQUIRED TO OPERATE THE PANEL, CAN BE ALTERED IN THE SETTINGS SECTION)
TOUCH THE SCREEN
ON THE AREA YOU
REQUIRE TO
ACTIVATE
STANDBY
THE OVEN TURNS OFF.
TOUCH THE SCREEN TO GO TO
THE OPTION SCREEN.
SLEEP
THE OVEN STAYS AT 100c AND
HEATS TO LAST PROGRAM
TEMPERATURE WHEN THE
SCREEN IS TOUCHED.
OPTION SCREEN THEN SHOWS.
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10 -1 BAKING USING “FAVOURITES” MENU
TOUCH TO OPEN
THE FAVOURITES
SELECT SCREEN
1
OPTION SCREEN
TOUCH THE
NAME OF THE
PRODUCT
REQUIRED
2
SELECT SCREEN
TOUCH THE
“FULL LOAD” OR
“HALF LOAD” AS REQUIRED.
3
(THIS ONLY APPEARS IF HALF LOAD IS SAVED IN
THE PROGRAM)
TO RETURN TO THE
PREVIOUS SCREEN
TOUCH THE “BACK”
BUTTON AT ANY TIME
LOAD SCREEN
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IF THE OVEN IS NOT UP TO
TEMPERATURE IT WILL SHOW THE
HEATING SCREEN.
WAIT FOR THE OVEN TO REACH
TEMPERATURE
IF THE OVEN IS TOO HOT FOR THE TEMPERATURE
CHOSEN, THE SCREEN WILL TELL YOU TO OPEN THE
DOOR TO AID COOLING.
HEATING SCREEN
READY SCREEN
WHEN OVEN IS AT THE CORRECT
TEMPERATURE THE “READY”
SCREEN WILL SHOW.
4
1. OPEN DOOR AND LOAD PRODUCT.
2. CLOSE THE DOOR FULLY.
3. TOUCH “START”
TIP
TO HELP TO KEEP THE OVEN HOT,
TRY NOT TO KEEP THE DOOR OPEN
MORE THAN NEEDED
BAKE IN PROGRESS SCREEN
ACTUAL OVEN TEMPERATURE
This will rise and fall
round the set temperature
THIS SCREEN WILL SHOW WHILE
THE PRODUCT IS BAKING
SET TEMPERATURE
TEMPERATURE PROFILE BAR
BAKE TIME PROGRESS BAR
NOTE
The actual temperature shown will rise
and fall above and below the set
temperature as the oven cools and
reheats. This is not a fault
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BAKE TIME LEFT
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BAKE OVER SCREEN
AT THE END OF THE BAKE TIME, A
SOUNDER WILL BE HEARD AND
“BAKE OVER” WILL FLASH.
TOUCH “STOP” AND OPEN THE
DOOR TO REMOVE THE PRODUCT.
5
View
TO KEEP THE OVEN BAKING FOR
EXTRA MINUTES
THE “+ 2 MIN” BUTTON CAN BE
TOUCHED.
(This time can be altered in set up)
TOUCHING “VIEW” BUTTON DURING A BAKE
TOUCHING “VIEW” BUTTON DURING A
BAKE WILL SHOW THE SETTINGS FOR
THE BAKE IN PROGRESS.
TOUCH “CANCEL” TO GO BACK TO THE
PREVIOUS SCREEN.
VIEW SCREEN
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10 - 2 BAKING USING “MANUAL” MENU
TOUCH TO OPEN
MANUAL BAKE
SCREEN
OPTION SCREEN
SET BAKE TIME AND TEMPERATURE
SET TOP AND
BOTTOM HEAT
TOUCH POSITION ON
THE SCREEN TO
ACTIVATE THE
KEYBOARD SCREEN.
KEY IN REQUIRED
SETTING AND
TOUCH “OK”
1
SET BAKE TEMPERATURE
TOUCH TEMPERATURE ON THE
SCREEN TO ACTIVATE THE KEYBOARD
SCREEN.
KEY IN REQUIRED TEMPERATURE AND
TOUCH “OK”
MANUAL BAKE SCREEN
2
SET BAKE TIME
TOUCH TIME ON THE SCREEN TO
ACTIVATE THE KEYBOARD SCREEN.
KEY IN REQUIRED TIME AND
TOUCH “OK”
3
NOTE:
TIME DOES NOT HAVE TO BE SET IN MANUAL MODE. (ONLY TEMPERATURE)
WHEN “START” IS PRESSED, THE TIME WILL COUNT UP INSTEAD OF DOWN.
TOUCH “STOP” TO FINISH THE BAKE.
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USE STEAM TIME AND DAMPER IF REQUIRED
STEAM
4
TOUCH AND HOLD FOR THE TIME
(SECONDS) STEAM IS REQUIRED.
(THIS CAN BE USED BEFORE
OR DURING THE BAKE)
DAMPER
TOUCH TO OPEN THE DAMPER
DURING THE BAKE.
(SYMBOL SHOWS GREEN)
5
TOUCH TO CLOSE THE DAMPER.
(SYMBOL SHOWS RED)
MANUAL BAKE SCREEN 2
CANCEL
TOUCH AT ANYTIME TO
GO BACK TO THE
SETTING SCREEN.
START
TOUCH “START” TO START
BAKE
6
TOUCH “STOP” WHEN END
7
OF BAKE BUZZER SOUNDS
OR WHEN REQUIRED IF NO
TIME WAS ENTERED
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SAVE (KEEP) MANUAL PROGRAM, IF REQUIRED
MANUAL BAKE SCREEN 3
SAVE SETTINGS
IF NO TIME WAS ENTERED AT THE START OF THE
BAKE, WHEN STOP IS TOUCHED “SAVE” WILL
APPEAR AT THE BOTTOM OF THE SCREEN.
“SAVE” CAN BE TOUCHED AND AN OPTION
SCREEN WILL APPEAR.
7
TOUCH “ADD TO FAVOURITES”
OR “SAVE AS”
USE KEYBOARD TO TYPE THE REQUIRED
NAME AND TOUCH “SAVE”
NOTE: In manual mode, only one operation of the steam or damper is saved.
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10 - 3 BAKING USING “PROGRAMMES”
NOTE : THIS COVERS TWO VERSIONS OF FIRMWARE. (
MENU
1. PICTORIAL VERSION SHOWS CHOICES OF PRODUCT CATERGORIES
THE OVEN IS PRE-SET TO SHOW ONLY ONE OF THEM).
2. NUMERICAL VERSION SHOWS RANGES OF PROGRAM NUMBERS.
TOUCH TO OPEN
“CATEGORY” or
“PROGRAM CHOICE”
SCREEN
1
OPTION SCREEN
PROGRAM CHOICE
CATEGORY SCREEN
PICTORIAL
TOUCH THE TYPE OF
PRODUCT OR PROGRAM
RANGE CHOICE WANTED
AND “SELECT” SCREEN
OPENS
OR
NUMERICAL
2
MORE CHOICES
TOUCH THE
NAME OR NUMBER OF
THE PRODUCT
REQUIRED
3
OR
SCROLL DOWN FOR MORE PRODUCTS IF AVAILABLE
TOUCH THE
“FULL LOAD” OR
“HALF LOAD” AS
REQUIRED.
SELECT SCREEN
4
(THIS ONLY APPEARS IF HALF
LOAD IS SAVED IN THE PROGRAM)
TOUCH THE “BACK”
BUTTON AT ANY TIME
TO RETURN TO THE
PREVIOUS SCREEN
LOAD SCREEN
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IF THE OVEN IS NOT UP TO
TEMPERATURE IT WILL SHOW THE
HEATING SCREEN.
WAIT FOR THE OVEN TO REACH
TEMPERATURE
IF THE OVEN IS TOO HOT FOR THE TEMPERATURE
CHOSEN, THE SCREEN WILL TELL YOU TO OPEN THE
DOOR TO AID COOLING.
HEATING SCREEN
READY SCREEN
WHEN THE OVEN IS AT THE
CORRECT TEMPERATURE, THE
“READY” SCREEN WILL SHOW.
5
1. OPEN DOOR AND LOAD PRODUCT.
2. CLOSE THE DOOR FULLY.
3. TOUCH “START”
TIP
TO HELP TO KEEP THE OVEN HOT,
TRY NOT TO KEEP THE DOOR OPEN
MORE THAN NEEDED
THIS SCREEN WILL SHOW WHILE
THE PRODUCT IS BAKING
ACTUAL OVEN
TEMPERATURE
SET TEMPERATURE
TEMPERATURE PROFILE BAR
BAKE TIME PROGRESS BAR
NOTE
The actual temperature shown will rise and fall
above and below the set temperature as the
oven cools and reheats. This is not a fault
BAKE TIME LEFT
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BAKE OVER SCREEN
AT THE END OF THE BAKE TIME A SOUNDER WILL
BE HEARD AND “BAKE OVER” WILL FLASH.
TOUCH “STOP” AND OPEN THE DOOR TO
REMOVE THE PRODUCT.
6
TO KEEP THE OVEN BAKING FOR EXTRA MINUTES
THE “+ 2 MIN” BUTTON CAN BE TOUCHED.
(THIS TIME CAN BE ALTERED IN SET UP)
TOUCHING “VIEW” BUTTON DURING BAKE
TOUCHING “VIEW” BUTTON DURING
BAKE WILL SHOW THE SETTINGS FOR
THE BAKE IN PROGRESS.
TOUCH “CANCEL” TO GO BACK TO THE
PREVIOUS SCREEN.
VIEW SCREEN
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10 - 4
CREATING A PROGRAM
TOUCH TO OPEN
“CATEGORY”
SCREEN
1
OPTION SCREEN
TOUCH THE TYPE
OF PRODUCT
WANTED AND THE
“SELECT” SCREEN
OPENS
2
CATEGORY SCREEN
TOUCH “ i ” BUTTON
NEXT TO THE BLANK
PROGRAM TO OPEN
NEXT SCREEN
3
SELECT SCREEN
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INFORMATION SCREEN
TOUCH OPTION TO GO TO
PASS CODE SCREEN
4
PASS CODE SCREEN
ENTER “SUPERVISOR” PASS CODE AND
THEN TOUCH OK.
(DEFAULT CODE = 123456. THIS CAN BE
CHANGED IN HIGH LEVEL SETTINGS)
5
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CHANGE PRODUCT
OPTION SCREEN
TOUCH “CHANGE PRODUCT”
6
LOAD
TYPE
VALUE CHANGE SCREEN
INCREASE
OR USE
KEYS
DECREASE
ENTER AMOUNT REQUIRED
AND TOUCH DONE
TOUCH EACH ITEM AND CHANGE THE VALUE BY USING THE UP AND DOWN
KEYS OR BY USING THE KEY PAD.
7
TOUCH “HALF LOAD” TO CHANGE TO “HALF LOAD” SETTINGS IF REQUIRED.
TOUCH “FULL LOAD” TO GO BACK TO “FULL LOAD”
TOUCH “SAVE” WHEN SATISFIED WITH THE SETTINGS.
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CHANGE TRAY LAYOUT
OPTION SCREEN
TOUCH “CHANGE TRAY LAYOUT”
TOUCH TO ADJUST
NUMBER OF PRODUCTS
ACROSS THE TRAY
8
TOUCH TO ADJUST
NUMBER OF PRODUCTS
DOWN THE TRAY
INCREASE VALUE
D
DECREASE VALUE
W
WHEN SATISFIED WITH THE TRAY
LAYOUT TOUCH SAVE TO RETURN TO
THE “OPTIONS” SCREEN
9
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SAVE
OPTION SCREEN
TOUCH “SAVE AS”
10
KEYBOARD SCREEN
TYPE IN THE NEW NAME
AND TOUCH “SAVE”
11
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ADD A PRODUCT TO THE FAVOURITES LIST
TOUCH THE TYPE OF
PRODUCT WANTED
AND THE “SELECT”
SCREEN OPENS
1
CATEGORY SCREEN
TOUCH THE “i ”
(INFORMATION)
BUTTON NEXT TO THE
PRODUCT YOU WANT
AS A FAVOURITE.
THIS OPENS THE
OPTION SCREEN
2
TOUCH
“ADD TO FAVOURITES”
3
SELECT SCREEN
THE PRODUCT WILL
NOW SHOW ON THE
FAVOURITES LIST
OPTION SCREEN
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10 - 5
SETTING 7–DAY TIMER
TOUCH TO OPEN
“7-DAY TIMER”
SCREEN
1
OPTION SCREEN
CHOOSE DAY
SET “ON” TIME
2
SET “OFF” TIME
4
INCREASE VALUE
3
DECREASE VALUE
TIMER SETUP SCREEN
NOTE
Up to four on/off times can be set for each day.
Touch “clear” to clear the settings on the day shown.
Touch “save” to activate the times set.
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10 - 6
SETTINGS
OPTION SCREEN
TOUCH TO OPEN
THE “SETTINGS”
SCREEN
PASS CODE SCREEN
ENTER “SUPERVISOR”
PASS CODE AND THEN PRESS
“OK”.
(DEFAULT CODE = 123456)
1
SETTINGS SCREEN
CHOOSE THE SETTING TO ALTER
2
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TIME AND DATE
INCREASE
DECREASE
TOUCH THE SCREEN TO HIGHLIGHT
THE ITEM TO CHANGE
1
USE THE INCREASE / DECREASE
BUTTONS TO ALTER THE SETTINGS
2
TIME AND DATE SCREEN
WHEN ALL INFORMATION IS CORRECT,
TOUCH “SAVE”.
THIS WILL RETURN TO THE SETTINGS SCREEN
3
SETTINGS SCREEN
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OVEN SETTINGS (GENERAL)
SELECT WALLPAPER.
TOUCH “BACK” TO CONFIRM
SETTINGS SCREEN
TOUCH “GENERAL SETTINGS” AND THE FOLLOWING SCREEN WILL APPEAR.
SCROLL DOWN TO MOVE THROUGH ALL CHOICES
AND ADJUST EACH ONE AS REQUIRED, USING THE ARROW KEYS.
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OVEN SETTINGS EXPLAINED - GENERAL LEVEL
SCREEN BRIGHTNESS –
Adjusts the brightness of the viewing screen for user comfort.
TOUCHSCREEN SENSITIVITY –
Adjusts the pressure required to operate the touch screen. (5 settings)
TEMPERATURE UNIT OF MEASURE –
Centigrade (Celsius) or Fahrenheit
BAKE EXTENSION (mins) –
Adjusts the extra time at the end of a bake for each “extra time” button touch. (10mins max)
RESELECT PRODUCT AFTER BAKE –
Resumes with same product program without having to reselect.
SLEEP MODE DELAY –
Oven will go into sleep mode after the set minutes, providing it is up to temperature and has
been through at least one bake cycle.
8 HOUR COUNTDOWN TIMER –
After 8 hours the oven gives a warning and then turns off.
Touch any button for an extra hour if required.
7 DAY SMART TIMER –
ON = 7 day timer fuction
OFF = Controls set start time depending on existing oven temperature.
PUMP TIME (SEC) –
Only used on double depth oven to increase pipe pressure before steaming.
CHART INTERVAL –
Time interval, in seconds, that the bars show on the heat and bake time progress charts.
SOUNDER SELECT –
Set as external or onboard.
SOUNDER TONE –
Select a tone – Voice, Tone or Off
SOUNDER VOLUME –
Adjust to suit the volume required. (onboard sounder only)
SHORTCUT BUTTONS –
1 fn
Gives the choice of what buttons are active and in which order they appear on the
2 fn
options screen.
Options available = Favourites, Programs, Manual bake, Multi bake,
3 fn
7-day timer .
(Settings at 6fn cannot be changed)
4 fn
5 fn
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OVEN SETTINGS (HIGH LEVEL)
TOUCH “HIGH LEVEL SETTINGS” AND
THE FOLLOWING SCREEN WILL
APPEAR.
SETTINGS SCREEN
1
ENTER “HIGH LEVEL” PASSCODE
AND THEN TOUCH OK.
2
THE FOLLOWING SCREEN WILL APPEAR.
CHANGE SUPERVISOR
PASSCODE HERE
CHANGE HIGH LEVEL
PASSCODE HERE
RESTORES ALL SCREENS
BACK TO ORIGINAL DEFAULT
SETTINGS
(NOT PASSCODES)
SCROLL DOWN TO MOVE THROUGH ALL CHOICES
AND ADJUST EACH ONE AS REQUIRED,
USING THE ARROW KEYS.
3
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OVEN SETTINGS EXPLAINED - HIGH LEVEL
OVEN TYPE –
Set this to DX.
MAX. BAKE TEMPERATURE –
Can be set up to 300C , (depending on the oven type)
TEMPERATURE OFFSET –
Can be used to adjust the display to the actual temperature in the oven.
BAKE HYSTERISIS –
Sets bake temperature cycling around a set point. (Above and below).
BAKE CYCLE SET POINT ONLY –
No = Shows set temperature point and actual temperatures on screen.
YES = shows set temperature point only
MANUAL DEFAULT TEMPERATURE –
Set for manual program default temperature
SLEEP FALLBACK –
Temperature of the oven in “sleep mode” (100C is suggested).
SLEEP HYSTERISIS –
Sets “sleep mode” temperature cycling around a set point. (Above and below).
READY ACCEPT HIGH –
Highest temperature for the oven to display “READY”
READY ACCEPT LOW –
Lowest temperature for the oven to display “READY”
STEAM TYPE –
Plate or trough.
TOP GAIN –
0-255 centigrade
BOTTOM GAIN –
0-255 centigrade
MONO CONSTANT –
Factory set (Do not change unless instructed to do so)
STEAM TROUGH TEMP –
Degrees Centigrade
STEAM HYSTERISIS –
Degrees Centigrade
STEAM TROUGH EXCEPT –
Degrees Centigrade
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LIGHT OUTPUT SOFT START –
On/Off Some lights need this for cold start up to stop them blowing.
HEATER CONTROL –
Contactor or solid state. Defaults to contactor. (solid state not used at the moment)
I/O DIAGNOSTIC –
Displays outputs and inputs at the top of the screen to aid fault finding if needed.
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DEFAULT PASSCODES
SUPERVISOR (LOW LEVEL) -- 123456
HIGH LEVEL
-- 654321
MASTER -- 314159 (This is fixed)
SUGGESTION
To stop unauthorised changes to the oven setup, it is
suggested that this page is removed from this manual
and kept in a safe place for future reference.
If tampering could be a problem, it is a good idea to change
the passcodes at regular intervals.
CHANGING PASSCODES
CHANGE SUPERVISOR
PASSCODE HERE
CHANGE HIGH LEVEL
PASSCODE HERE
NOTE
PASSCODES WILL BE REQUIRED TO GO THROUGH THESE SCREENS AND MAKE CHANGES.
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10 - 7 USING THE USB PORT
Ensure the Start screen is showing
1
START SCREEN
Insert the USB memory stick into the socket
on the oven panel. (Rubber plug may have
to be removed first).
2
NOTE
The USB stick will only fit in one way.
Do not force into the socket.
Wait for the USB symbol to finish moving
If old firmware is found, the
firmware version screen will
appear.
3
4
Touch “OK” to update firmware
-WaitRemove USB stick
OR
Touch “CANCEL” to choose other
items to update or change.
(see next page)
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Choose action you would like to do.
Select the file required.
When confirmation of “file loaded ok”
Shows, remove the usb stick.
5
6
7
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NOTES ON USING USB STICKS
For a USB stick to function correctly it must have the following folder as a root folder .
Mono
Then into that folder create the following:
Firmware
Products
Skins
Sounds
Startup
Place your recipe/product files in the “products” folder.
The oven will find the "Mono" folder automatically when the stick is plugged into the oven.
Any stick can be used (does not have to be blank) but the Mono folder must be in the root.
The most used folders are explained below:
SKINS
These control the way the screen looks in different modes.
Pictorial is when the screen displays catergories using pictures.
Numerical is when the screen displays program numbers.
STARTUP SCREENS
This is the picture/logo you see when the oven is started.
PRODUCT FILES (PROGRAM FILES)
These are the files that contain the information for baking each product e.g. bread,buns,cakes etc.
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DIAGNOSTICS
SETTINGS SCREEN
TOUCH “DIAGNOSTICS” AND THE FOLLOWING SCREEN WILL APPEAR.
DIAGNOSTICS SCREEN
INPUTS HIGHLIGHT WHEN A
SIGNAL IS Received.
e.g. DOOR OPEN
TOUCH THE REQUIRED OUTPUT AND A SIGNAL IS SENT TO THAT ITEM.
THE OUTPUT BEING CHECKED IS HIGHLIGHTED WHEN ACTIVE.
TO STOP THE OUTPUT, PRESS AGAIN.
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11.0 TROUBLESHOOTING
NONE OF THE DECKS SWITCHED ON.
•
•
•
Is main oven power on?
Check if bakery main power supply time clock is working (if fitted).
Is 7-day timer clock set correctly to bring oven on at required time?
ONE DECK HAS NOT SWITCHED ON.
•
Check if individual deck timer is set to bring it on at required time.
UNEVEN OR PATCHY BAKE
•
•
•
•
•
Door is being opened too often or too long whilst loading.
(front pale, back burnt).
Faulty element.
All top or bottom deck elements not functioning.
Uneven loading.
No supply voltage across a phase.
TEMPERATURE GOING WELL OVER SET TEMPERATURE
When empty the temperature of a deck oven can exceed the set baking temperature.
This overheat is marginal when the deck is full of product. If the elements are
continuing to work after the set temperature has been reached call Mono service.
(Please allow up to 15deg.C difference before diagnosing a fault condition),
POOR RECOVERY OF SET TEMPERATURE WHEN LOADED
•
•
•
•
The doors may have been left open too long during loading, allowing heat to escape.
The damper may have been left open during loading or baking allowing heat to escape.
Top and/or bottom heat may not be working or set at a low value.
No supply voltage across a phase.
STEAM SYSTEM NOT OPERATING CORRECTLY
Check that the water supply is connected and the tap to each deck is in the on position.
If there is still a problem, Contact Mono.
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12.0 SERVICE
If a fault arises, please do not hesitate to contact the
Customer Service Department, quoting the machine serial number
on the silver information plate of the machine and on the front cover of this manual
.
MONO
Queensway
Swansea West Industrial Estate
Swansea. SA5 4EB UK
email:spares@monoequip.com
Spares Tel. +44(0)1792 564039
Web site:www.monoequip.com
Main Tel. +44(0)1792 561234
Fax. 01792 561016
.
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LIGHT REPLACEMENT
DISCONNECT FROM POWER SUPPLY BEFORE REPLACING LIGHT BULBS
24v 20w LAMP PART NUMBER … B855-94-008
1
HEX HEAD SOCKET SCREWS
UNSCREW PLATE NEXT TO
LIGHT TO BE REPLACED
2
SLIDE FITTING OUT
3
REMOVE LIGHT FROM HOLDING SLOT
AND UNCLIP FROM CABLE
4
REPLACE LIGHT AND REFIT ALL PARTS
RECONNECT POWER SUPPLY AND TEST
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13.0 SPARES INFORMATION
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OVEN SPARES
FROSTED GLASS (LIGHTS)
M257-02-00027
PLAIN GLASS (LIGHTS)
M257-02-00028
DOOR BUMPER STOP
M257-03-00027
BAKING TILE
M257-02-00046
M257-02-00047
M257-02-00048
3 ACROSS
2 ACROSS
1 ACROSS
HINGE PIN RHS
HINGE PIN LHS
M257-03-00005
M257-03-00009
BLACK DOOR HANDLE
A900-27-192
DOOR SPRING
M257-03-00017
WIRE ROPE
M257-03-00024
SPRING RETAINING PIN
M257-03-00025
PULLEY
PULLEY SPINDLE
M257-03-00015
M257-03-00013
DAMPER DRIVE COUPLING
M257-07-00007
ELEMENT GASKET
M245-02-01300
24 v 20w DICHROIC LAMP
B855-94-008
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ELEMENT SPARES
3 ACROSS
TOP HEAT ELEMENT 1.0kW
TOP HEAT ELEMENT 0.6kW
BOTTOM HEAT ELEMENT 0.75kW
B854-04-093
B854-04-091
B854-04-092
2 ACROSS
TOP HEAT ELEMENT 0.65kW
TOP HEAT ELEMENT 0.4kW
BOTTOM HEAT ELEMENT 0.5kW
B854-04-102
B854-04-100
B854-04-101
1 ACROSS
TOP HEAT ELEMENT 0.325kW
TOP HEAT ELEMENT 0.2kW
BOTTOM HEAT ELEMENT 0.25kW
B854-04-111
B854-04-109
B854-04-110
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PARTS LIST FOR DRAWINGS FOLLOWING – 3 TRAY WIDE
PARTS LIST FOR DRAWINGS FOLLOWING – 2 TRAY WIDE – 220v. (480v IN BRACKETS)
F1
HEATERS MCB
B872-22-007
Single phase only
F2
HEATERS MCB
B872-22-007
F1
B872-22-114 (B872-22-112)
F3
HEATERS MCB
B872-22-007
F2
HEATERS MCB
B872-22-114 (B872-22-112)
F3
HEATERS MCB
B872-22-114 (B872-22-112)
F4
CONTROL
POWER SUPPLY MCB
B872-22-062
F5
OVERHEAT THERMOSTAT
B888-30-014
F4
CONTROL TRANSFORMER MCB
B872-22-118
F5
OVERHEAT
THERMOSTAT
B888-30-015
T1
CONTROL CIRCUIT POWER SUPPLY
B801-93-005
K1
TOP HEAT CONTACTOR
B801-08-021
T1
CONTROLHEAT
CIRCUIT
POWER SUPPLY
B801-93-005 (B801-93-009)
K2
BOTTOM
CONTACTOR
B801-08-021
K1
TOP HEAT CONTACTOR
B801-08-021
K2
BOTTOM
HEAT CONTACTOR
B801-08-021
Y1
WATER SOLENOID
(8mm pipe)
A900-34-365
Y1
WATER SOLENOID
A900-34-349
H1
INTERIOR LIGHT
B855-94-008
B1
B873-95-003
OVEN THERMOCOUPLE
B873-95-007
U1
MAIN LED
M257-25-00000
ECO PRINTED
PRINTEDCIRCUIT
CIRCUIT BOARD
BOARD
M158-25-80000
D1
DAMPER SOLENOID
B749-83-004
R1
R2
R3
R4
R5
R6
R7
TOP HEAT ELEMENT 0.65kW
1.0kW
TOP HEAT ELEMENT 0.6kW
0.4kW
TOP HEAT ELEMENT 0.4Kw
0.6kW
TOP HEAT ELEMENT 0.4kW
0.6kW
TOP HEAT ELEMENT 0.4kW
0.6kW
TOP HEAT ELEMENT 0.4kW
0.6kW
TOP HEAT ELEMENT 0.4kW
0.6kW
B854-04-099
B854-04-093 (B854-04-105)
B854-04-097 (B854-04-103)
B854-04-091
B854-04-097 (B854-04-103)
B854-04-091
B854-04-097 (B854-04-103)
B854-04-091
B854-04-097 (B854-04-103)
B854-04-091
B854-04-097 (B854-04-103)
B854-04-091
B854-04-097
B854-04-091 (B854-04-103)
R8
R9
R10
R11
R12
R13
R14
BOTTOM HEAT ELEMENT 0.75kW
0.5kW
BOTTOM HEAT ELEMENT 0.4kW
0.6kW
BOTTOM HEAT ELEMENT 0.4kW
0.6kW
BOTTOM HEAT ELEMENT 0.6kW
0.4kW
BOTTOM HEAT ELEMENT 0.6kW
0.4kW
BOTTOM HEAT ELEMENT 0.6kW
0.4kW
BOTTOM HEAT ELEMENT 0.4kW
0.6kW
B854-04-098
B854-04-092 (B854-04-104)
B854-04-097 (B854-04-103)
B854-04-091
B854-04-097
B854-04-091 (B854-04-103)
B854-04-097 (B854-04-103)
B854-04-091
B854-04-097 (B854-04-103)
B854-04-091
B854-04-097 (B854-04-103)
B854-04-091
B854-04-097
B854-04-091 (B854-04-103)
CF1
CANOPY FAN RELAY
B801-37-001
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PARTS LIST FOR DRAWINGS FOLLOWING – 2 TRAY WIDE
F1
F2
F3
HEATERS MCB
HEATERS MCB
HEATERS MCB
B872-22-006
B872-22-006
B872-22-006
F4
F5
CONTROL POWER SUPPLY MCB
OVERHEAT THERMOSTAT
B872-22-062
B888-30-014
T1
K1
K2
CONTROL CIRCUIT POWER SUPPLY
TOP HEAT CONTACTOR
BOTTOM HEAT CONTACTOR
B801-93-005
B801-08-021
B801-08-021
Y1
WATER SOLENOID (8mm pipe)
A900-34-365
H1
B1
U1
D1
INTERIOR LIGHT
OVEN THERMOCOUPLE
MAIN ECO PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARD
DAMPER SOLENOID
B855-94-008
B873-95-007
M158-25-80000
B749-83-004
R1
R2
R3
R4
R5
R6
R7
TOP HEAT ELEMENT 0.65kW
TOP HEAT ELEMENT 0.4kW
TOP HEAT ELEMENT 0.4kW
TOP HEAT ELEMENT 0.4kW
TOP HEAT ELEMENT 0.4kW
TOP HEAT ELEMENT 0.4kW
TOP HEAT ELEMENT 0.4kW
B854-04-102
B854-04-100
B854-04-100
B854-04-100
B854-04-100
B854-04-100
B854-04-100
R8
R9
R10
R11
R12
R13
R14
BOTTOM HEAT ELEMENT 0.5kW
BOTTOM HEAT ELEMENT 0.4kW
BOTTOM HEAT ELEMENT 0.4kW
BOTTOM HEAT ELEMENT 0.4kW
BOTTOM HEAT ELEMENT 0.4kW
BOTTOM HEAT ELEMENT 0.4kW
BOTTOM HEAT ELEMENT 0.4kW
B854-04-101
B854-04-100
B854-04-100
B854-04-100
B854-04-100
B854-04-100
B854-04-100
Single phase only
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PARTS LIST FOR DRAWINGS FOLLOWING – 1 TRAY WIDE
F1
F2
F3
HEATERS MCB
HEATERS MCB
HEATERS MCB
B872-22-005
B872-22-005
B872-22-005
F4
F5
CONTROL POWER SUPPLY MCB
OVERHEAT THERMOSTAT
B872-22-062
B888-30-014
T1
K1
K2
CONTROL CIRCUIT POWER SUPPLY
TOP HEAT CONTACTOR
BOTTOM HEAT CONTACTOR
B801-93-005
B801-08-021
B801-08-021
Y1
H1
B1
U1
D1
WATER SOLENOID (8mm pipe)
INTERIOR LIGHT
OVEN THERMOCOUPLE
MAIN ECO PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARD
DAMPER SOLENOID
A900-34-365
B855-94-008
B873-95-007
M158-25-80000
B749-83-004
R1
R2
R3
R4
R5
R6
R7
TOP HEAT ELEMENT 0.35kW
TOP HEAT ELEMENT 0.2kW
TOP HEAT ELEMENT 0.2kW
TOP HEAT ELEMENT 0.2kW
TOP HEAT ELEMENT 0.2kW
TOP HEAT ELEMENT 0.2kW
TOP HEAT ELEMENT 0.2kW
B854-04-111
B854-04-109
B854-04-109
B854-04-109
B854-04-109
B854-04-109
B854-04-109
R8
R9
R10
R11
R12
R13
R14
BOTTOM HEAT ELEMENT 0.25kW
BOTTOM HEAT ELEMENT 0.2kW
BOTTOM HEAT ELEMENT 0.2kW
BOTTOM HEAT ELEMENT 0.2kW
BOTTOM HEAT ELEMENT 0.2kW
BOTTOM HEAT ELEMENT 0.2kW
BOTTOM HEAT ELEMENT 0.2kW
B854-04-110
B854-04-109
B854-04-109
B854-04-109
B854-04-109
B854-04-109
B854-04-109
Single phase only
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ELECTRICAL PANEL MAIN COMPONENTS
TB2
S1
OPTIONAL
H1
POWER SUPPLY
K1
K2
F4
F5
TB1
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OVEN CANOPY LAYOUT PARTS LIST
C1
Q1
CANOPY FAN CAPACITOR
CANOPY FAN ON/OFF SWITCH
B869-23-005
B895-07-005
M1
CANOPY FAN MOTOR
B869-75-026
CAPACITOR – 4-6uf – 400VDB – METAL
B869-23-005
FAN TYPE R2E225-AG01-21
(230V, 0.88AMP, 200W)
B869-75-026
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WARNING AND INFORMATION LABELS
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MONO Equipment
Queensway, Swansea West Industrial Park, Swansea, SA5 4EB UK
Tel. 01792 561234
Spares +44(0)1792 564039
Fax. 01792 561016
Email: mono@monoequip.com
www.monoequip.com
As it is our policy to improve our machines continuously, we reserve the right to
change specifications without prior notice.
DISPOSAL
Care should be taken when the machine comes to the end of its working life. All parts
should be disposed of in the appropriate place, either recycling or other means as the
law permits at the time.
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