OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS RN10 VL-2 A/S

OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
092017
ORDER NO.: 00242_VL2
GB
Translation of the original user manual
RN10 VL-2
A/S Wodschow & Co.
Kirkebjerg Søpark 6
DK-2605 Brøndby
Denmark
Phone: +45 43 44 22 88
www.bearvarimixer.com
info@wodschow.dk
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Contents:
General: . ..................................................................................................................................................................... 2
Unpacking: . ..................................................................................................................................................................... 2
Transport:....................................................................................................................................................................... 3
Installation and fixing: ..................................................................................................................................................... 3
Examples of electrical connections:................................................................................................................................. 3
Commissioning:................................................................................................................................................................... 4
Recommended use of the machine:...................................................................................................................................... 4
Technical data:................................................................................................................................................................. 4
Dimension sketches:........................................................................................................................................................... 4
Max. capacity of the machine:............................................................................................................................................ 4
Components of the machine:.............................................................................................................................................. 5
Safety:
. ..................................................................................................................................................................... 6
Correct use of tools:....................................................................................................................................................... 6
Cleaning: . ..................................................................................................................................................................... 6
Lubrication and grease types:........................................................................................................................................... 6
Attachment drive:.............................................................................................................................................................. 6
VL2 control panel - survey of various operating situations:............................................................................................. 7
Operating the mixer:.......................................................................................................................................................... 8
The Remix function:........................................................................................................................................................... 9
Change of fixed speeds:.................................................................................................................................................... 9
Reset of timer:.................................................................................................................................................................. 9
Overloading:..................................................................................................................................................................... 9
Procedure in case of overloading:.................................................................................................................................... 9
Recommended max. speeds:................................................................................................................................................ 9
Recommended max. speeds for attachment drive:............................................................................................................... 9
VL-2 control, error codes and possible solutions:........................................................................................................ 10
Test programs:............................................................................................................................................................... 11
Service instructions:....................................................................................................................................................... 12
Cabling diagram:............................................................................................................................................................. 16
Electrical diagrammes:................................................................................................................................................... 17
General:
This manual should be seen as an integral part of the mixer and should be kept by the machine throughout its working life.
Before the machine is commissioned, it is important to read these instructions thoroughly, particularly the section on user safety.
The manufacturer may update the product manual without updating this copy of the manual.
The manufacturer will not be liable for faults caused by:
Careless, improper or incorrect use of the mixer
Non-standard use (not for the purposes described in the manual)
•
Incorrect installation
•
Incorrect power supply to the machine
•
Failure to comply with maintenance instructions
•
Modifications to the machine
•
Spare parts and accessories that are not original or specified for this model
•
Failure to comply with instructions in this manual
In case of faults with the mixer, please contact the supplier.
The guarantee does not cover damage caused by misuse, overloading or the user’s failure to comply with the maintenance
instructions.
In case of complaints, please contact your supplier.
Unpacking:
The machine should be unpacked and the packaging disposed of according to regulations applicable in the country concerned.
Before the mixer is removed from the pallet, check that all parts are present with the machine:
•
Handle for bowl lift
•
Power cable
•
Safetyguard
•
Bowl, whip, beater, hook and scraper with blade,
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Transport:
Lifting equipment should always be used to move the machine. Allowance should be made for the fact that
the machine is ‘top-heavy’.
The machine must not be pulled or lifted by the bowl lift handle.
When the machine is moved, it should be in a vertical position at all times.
Installation and fixing:
The ambient temperature around the machine must not exceed 45oC.
If the mixer is placed on a table, it must be bolted on to the table. Use 4 M6 bolts with a length of 130 mm + the thickness
of the table top, see drawing page 12
If the mixer is placed on a bench stand, it can be placed direct on the floor. Foundation bolts in the floor are recommended.
Intermediate pieces can be inserted under the mixer’s feet, if the floor is not completely even.
Electrical connection:
Users can connect the mixer to the power supply themselves; refer to the section on Electrical connection which must be
followed.
For the benefit of service staff, it should be clear to see when the mains plug to the mixer has been removed from the
socket in the wall.
Before the machine is connected to the mains, check that the voltage and frequency printed on the name
plate are correct for the installation location. The name plate is placed at the top of the back of the mixer
There is a risk of injury if the machine is not earthed.
It must be ensured that the cable used to connect the machine to the mains meets the standard for the country
in which the machine is installed. See also Example of electrical connections.
The mixer must be earthed. Failure to do so may cause injury. If there is no earth connection, the EMC
filter will not work, with the risk of damage to the frequency converter.
When the machine is connected, phase + neutral + earth or phase + phase + earth should be used. In
both cases, it is important to ensure that the voltage between the two live pins matches the name plate.(See
examples below)
The machine must only be connected to an earthed mains supply.
A plug with two pins plus earth should be used. Alternatively, two wires plus earth from a three-phase supply
may be used.
The machine should be protected by a differential switch.
The machine is protected by a 5A fuse. The fuse is built into the socket on the back of the machine. To this
comes a 10A fuse which is mounted in the frequency converter, see “Service instructions” page 12.
Examples of electrical connections:
Voltage at the installation: 50/60 Hz
The machine sign
Power:
Phases x voltage
With
neutral
Earth
Voltage
Phases
Use
Use
neutral earth
1 x 220-240V
Neutral
yes
230V
1
yes
yes
2 or 3 x 220-240V
-
yes
230V
2
-
yes
2 or 3 x 380-415V
Neutral
yes
230V
1
yes
yes
2 or 3 x 380-480V
-
yes
380-480V
2
-
yes
2 or 3 x 110-220V
Neutral
yes
100-110V
1
yes
yes
1 x 100-120V
Neutral
yes
100-110V
1
yes
yes
3 x 100-120V
-
yes
100-110V
2
-
yes
Remarks
Please note that the mixer is able to run without
any connection to earth, but this causes a reduced functionality of the EMC-filter due to lack
of leakage to earth.
Of functional and safety reasons, the
machine should be connected to earth!.
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Commissioning:
Bowl, tools and safety guard should be cleaned before use – see section on Cleaning, page 6.
Recommended use of the machine:
The machine is designed for the manufacture of products that do not trigger any reactions or release substances that may be harmful to the user when in use.
The machine must not be used in an explosive atmosphere.
The mixer must only be operated by staff who have been trained in the use of the machine according to these
instructions. Users must be over 14 years of age.
The mixer is designed for commercial use in kitchens, catering outlets and bakeries.
The machine may only be used as specified in this manual.
Unless the change is recommended by the manufacturer, modifying the machine is prohibited.
If the machine is fitted with an attachment drive, only accessories produced or recommended by A/S Wodschow & Co should
be attached.
Technical data:
Gross weight
Table model
60 kg
Net weight
Floor model
70 kg
Table model
52 kg
Floor model
60 kg
kW
Volts
Amps
Variable speed, tool
0,7 kW
230V
4A
110 – 420 rpm
134
639
Dimension sketches:
M8
181
106
1200
110
369
545
393
695
602
505
596
235
324
10L
622
558
Dimension sketch for RN10 table model.
Dimension sketch for RN10 on floor stand.
Max. capacity of the machine:
Capacities per mix
Tool
RN10
Egg white
Whip
Whipped cream
Whip
Mayonnaise *
Herb butter
Beater
1L
2,5 L
8L
5 kg
3,5 kg
5 kg
6 kg
5,5 kg
6,5 kg
2,5 kg
7 kg
5,8 kg
6 kg
Whip
Mashed potatoes *
Beater/Whip
Bread dough (50%AR) **
Hook
Bread dough (60%AR)
Hook
Ciabatta dough * (70%AR)
Hook
Muffins *
Beater
Layer cake base
Whip
Meatball mix *
Beater
icing
Beater
Doughnut (50%AR)
Hook
AR = absorption ratio (%AR)
(liquid as % of dry matter)
10L
Example: A basic recipe contains 1 kg of solids and 0,5 kg of liquid:
This gives AR = 0,5 kg x 100 = 50%
1 kg
If for instance it is required to use the maximum capacity of the
mixer, the calculated AR = 50% is used for determining the amount
of solids and liquid in the dough:
If a 10 L mixer is used, and a dough with AR = 50% is to be
kneaded, the maximum capacity is = 5 kg. Now the weight of
solids in this dough is calculated:
Solids = Max. capacity x100 = 5 kg x 100 = 3,3 kg
AR + 100
50 + 100
Weight of liquid = 5 kg - 3,3 kg = 1,7 kg
Local variations in the quality of the raw materials may affect water
absorption, volume, baking characteristics etc., and hence capacity.
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Components of the machine:
Poly V belt
Holder for scraper
Bowl lift
Motor
Attachment drive
Planetary head
Bayonet socket
Bowl arms
The bowl must be pushed all the
way into the bowl arms.
Transformer, only at
x<220V - 240V<x
Frequency
converter
Standard equipment:
•
•
•
•
•
•
When lifted, the bowl should
be fixed underneath the bowl
fitting
The one-piece safety guard is made of transparent plastic. The guard is easy to remove
and clean.
The guard can be machine washed at up to 60o
and can withstand up to 90o for short periods.
The guard is made of a special impact resistant material which can withstand daily use
in a commercial kitchen.
The safety guard is held in place by magnets.
It is not possible to attach the guard incorrectly.
The arrows indicate the force
required to remove the screen:
Bowl –10 l
Hook in stainless steel
Beater in stainless steel
Whip in stainless steel
Scraper in stainless steel with blade
Safetyguard
Optional Equipment
•
•
•
•
1,5 kg
3 kg
Tool rack
Table in stainless steel
Vegetable cutter
Meat mincer
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Safety:
Correct use of tools:
The machine is designed for the manufacture
of products that do not trigger any reactions or
release substances that may be harmful to the
user when in use.
Users must be over 14 years of age and trained
in the use of the machine according to these
instructions.
Recommended uses of tool:
Whip
Beater
Hook
Cream
Cake mix
Bread dough
Egg whites
Buttercream
Rye bread
Mayonnaise
Waffle mix
etc.
etc.
Forcemeat
etc.
User safety is assured as follows:
•
Tools can only rotate when the safety guard is in place
and the bowl is lifted.
•
The safety guard is made of plastic. It is not possible
to attach the guard incorrectly.
•
No access to rotating tools.
•
The spread of flour dust is inhibited
•
Equipped with emergency stop - The tool stops rotating in less than 4 seconds (also for normal shut-down
and stop via safety guard).
•
Clearance between guard/stand and lifting handle at
least 50 mm.
•
Noise level under 70 dB.
•
Machine remains stable on a slope of up to 10
The whip should not be struck against hard
objects such as the edge of the bowl. This will
shorten the life of the tool because of increasing
deformation.
To make mashed potato, use the beater and then
the standard whip.
Cleaning:
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The machine is protected against overvoltage.
The machine should be positioned to allow space for normal use and maintenance.
Non-ionising radiation is not produced intentionally, but rather
technically conditioned by electrical equipment (e.g. electric
motors, live power lines or solenoids). The machine is not
equipped with strong permanent magnets. By maintaining
a safe distance (between the field source and implant) of
30 cm, any impact on active implants (e.g. pacemakers,
defibrillators) can likely be prevented.
The following recommendations apply to work with
powdery ingredients:
•
Powdery ingredients should not be poured into the
bowl from a great height.
•
Bags of e.g. flour should be opened at the bottom,
down in the bowl.
•
Do not run up to the maximum speed too quickly.
There is a risk of injury if the machine is not
earthed.
It must be ensured that the cable used to
connect the machine to the mains meets the
standard for the country in which the machine
is installed. See also ‘Electrical Connection’.
Placing your hands in the bowl while the machine is running may cause physical injury.
The machine may only be cleaned by trained
staff over 14 years of age.
The machine should be cleaned daily after use. It should be
wiped with a soft brush and clean water. Sulphonated soaps
should be used with care, as they destroy the lubricants in
the machine.
The machine should never be rinsed with a hose.
Aluminium parts should not be used for strongly
acidic, alkaline or saline food products, which may
attack non-coated aluminium.
Aluminium mixer tools must not be washed in
strongly alkaline agents (pH between 5.0 and 8.0).
Please note that the plastic safety guard may be
damaged if it is exposed to high temperatures for
a prolonged period. (Max. temperature 60ºC)
The soap suppliers may be able to help by recommending
the right type of soap.
Lubrication and grease types:
Lubrication and other servicing may only be carried out by trained staff over 14 years of age.
The lid of the mixer may only be removed when
the cable to the mains supply has been removed.
When repairs are made to the mixer head, the gearwheel and
internal gear should be lubricated with STATOIL Greaseway
ALX 82, but the needle bearings in the mixer head should
not be lubricated with this type of grease.
If the machine is supplied with an attachment drive, the gear
for the attachment drive should be lubricated with STATOIL
Greaseway ALX 82.
Do not use any other grease types than those specified above.
Attachment drive:
The machine may be fitted with an attachment drive into
which optional accessories, such as meat mincers and
vegetable cutters, can be attached.
For further information on the assembly and use of optional accessories, please refer to the manual that comes
with the accessory.
The machine must be shut down when the accessory is fitted to the attachment drive.
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VL2 control panel - survey of various operating situations:
The following pictures show various operating situations and corresponding explanation:
1
Emergency stop is activated - there is no light in the
display. If the red diode at
is flashing, the mixer has
stopped because the safety circuit has been interrupted,
either because the bowl arms have been lowered or the
safety guard has been removed.
2
The mixer is connected to power and is ready for start flashing of the green diode at
will show that! It is possible to set a start speed by pushing one of the
fixed speeds or
, before
is pushed.
When
is pushed, the mixer will start in minimum speed.
Operating time is stated by pushing
or
.
A program is run by first pushing
and thereafter the
wanted number, e.g
for program No. 1.
3
The mixer is running and a speed has been chosen four diodes on the speed indicator are alight.
The speed can be changed by pushing one of the buttons
for the four fixed speeds or
or
.
The mixer can be stopped without reset of the timer, by
pushing
. The mixer is restarted by pushing
.
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has been pushed - yellow diode at
is flashing. The
mixer is started by pushing
. The timer will start again
and the speed is running up to the chosen speed. If
is
pushed, the timer is reset and the mixer will not start, but is
ready for start - green diode at
will flash (see picture 2).
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Operating the mixer:
Text field (timer)
Fixed speeds
Speed indicator
Time down
Speed up
REMIX-function
Time up
Start/Stop
Speed down
Emergency
stop
Indication of operation time:
Before starting the mixer:
•
Put the desired tool into the bowl
•
Place the bowl in the bowl arms
•
Turn the tool to lock it into the bayonet fitting.
•
Attach the safety guard
•
Raise the bowl to its working position by means of the
handle for bowl lift.
•
The mixer is ready for start
Before starting the mixer, an operation time for the mixer can
be chosen by pushing
or
. The operating time will be
shown in minutes and seconds in the timer field between
and
.
to start the mixer.
Push
to increase the speed.
Push
to reduce the speed.
Or push
speeds.
,
,
or
The maximum operating time is 60 minutes.
Inspection of the ingredients during operation:
If it is wished to stop the mixer without reducing operation time
and speed, push
. The mixer will reduce speed and then
stop, the operation time will also stop.
Start the mixer:
Push
Pause
It is now possible to lower the bowl to check the ingredients.
to choose one of the fixed
The speed indicator below the fields
mixing speed of the tool.
to
shows the
Four fixed speeds:
For quick choice of speed, use the fields
to
.
Raise the bowl and push
, and the mixer will start and will
increase the speed to the speed chosen before pushing
.
The operating time will also be continued.
If the bowl is lowered while the mixer is stopped, the operating
must be pushed to restart the mixer.
time is reset, and
Stop the machine:
To stop the machine:
Field
corresponds lowest speed, aprox. 110 RPM.
Field
corresponds aprox. 212 RPM.
Field
corresponds aprox. 318 RPM.
Field
corresponds maximum speed, aprox. 420 RPM.
It is possible to change the fixed speeds - see the paragraph „Change of fixed speeds“.
•
Press
. Running time will be reset.
•
Press
. Running time will not be reset.
•
Press the emergency stop - the running time will be reset.
•
Remove the safety guard - the running time will be reset.
•
Lower the bowl - the running time will be reset.
In all cases the mixer can be restarted by pressing
It will start at the lowest speed.
.
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The Remix function:
Overloading:
The special Remix-function is a shortcut to programming of
recipes. While the mixer is operated, all commands are stored,
and when a recipe is finished and
is pushed, it is possible
to store the entire recipe under a program number.
•
There are four program numbers.
•
A program cannot be deleted, but can be replaced.
•
The programs are not deleted in case of no power.
The mixer must not be overloaded.
Possible overload situations:
Working with excessively tough and heavy
dough
•
Mixer tool exceeding the recommended
speed
•
Wrong mixer tool being used.
Larger lumps of fat or chilled ingredients must
be reduced before they are placed in the bowl.
How to store a program:
•
First push
•
Run the entire recipe including pauses and changes of
speed.
.
•
Push
•
Store the program as program No. 1 by pushing first
and then also
continuously, until the total length of
the program is shown in the timer field. The timer field
will thereafter flash „P1“ three times.
.
How to run a program:
•
•
First a short push on
and then on
. Now „P1“
appears in the timer field and immediately thereafter the
total length of the program will be shown. The program
is run by pushing
.
•
If the speed or the time is changed, or
is pushed
when running a program, the program will be left and
the mixer must be run manually.
•
It is possible to remove the safety guard while running
a program. When the safety guard is reattached, the
program can be resumed by pushing
.
•
If the program is containing a pause, the mixer will stop
and at the same time an acoustic signal is heard. When
the operator wants to restart the mixer, push
and
the program will be resumed.
Change of fixed speeds:
Prolonged overloading will cause the frequency converter
to stop the machine.
,
or
will be displayed in the timer
field; the speed will not be reduced, but the mixer will stop
and the display will change to
. Follow the description under Procedure in case of overloading.
Procedure in case of overloading:
Remove the cause of the overloading, e.g. empty the bowl.
•
Push emergency stop
•
Release emergency stop.
•
Start the mixer by pushing
.
Recommended max. speeds:
Recommended max. speeds (fac­tory setting).
For the fields
and
it is possible to change the speed
for future mixing jobs. Push
or
to adjust the speed up
or down.
Recommended max. speeds for attachment drive:
If required to store the adjusted speed, push
or
until two
beeps are heard and the diodes of the speed indicator are flashing. The adjusted speed has now been stored in the memory.
To return to the factory settings for button
and
and
simultaneously, until a beep is heard.
push
Reset of timer:
The timer can be reset by simultaneously pushing
and
. If the timer is reset while the mixer is running, the mixer
will stop.
Recommended max. speeds for attachment drive (fac­
tory setting).
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VL-2 control, error codes and possible solutions:
Error codes and possible solutions:
The VL2 control will in case of certain errors show an error code in the display:
Too high temperature in the frequency converter.
Solution: Switch off the mixer and let it cool down.
Wrong voltage of power supply.
Solution: Compare the voltage indicated on the machine label with the power supply.
The motor has been constantly overloaded for a long period of time. The load has been between 100 - 150% of
maximum load. The overload is typically found in case of mixing/whipping tasks with constant load.
Solution: Switch off the mixer and reduce the quantity of ingredients in the bowl. Finish the work in a lower speed.
Low voltage is periodically noted in the power supply.
Solution: The machine’s power supply must be inspected by a technician.
Too high temperature in motor.
Solution: Switch off the mixer and let it cool down. Reduce the quantity of ingredients in the bowl. Finish the work in a lower
speed.
Communication break. Cable Connection between the control panel and frequency converter is defective.
Solution: Make sure the cable is seated properly in the connectors, replace the cable if it is defective.
,
and
The mixer has been overloaded from work with heavy dough or the like
Solution: Reduce the quantity of ingredients in the bowl. if possible, the product may be decomposed into smaller pieces
or diluted before the mixer is restarted. Finish the work in a lower speed.
Errors that do not cause an error code in the display:
The mixer does not start when
is pushed, but the timer is counting as normal. There is no error code in the display.
Solution: The frequency converter is defective and must be exchanged. See “Service Instructions” page 12 for access
to the frequency converter.
The mixer does not start when
is pushed. There is no error code in the display.
Solution: Activate emergency stop and release it again. Now two different codes should be shown in the display. The first
code is a small square in top of the first cipher of the display followed by a version code, this is the software version of the control panel. The next code is a small square in bottom of the first cipher of the display followed by
a version code, this is the software version of the frequency converter. If no codes are shown or if only the first
code is shown, the error can derive from either a defective communication cable between the control panel and
the frequency converter, or a defective frequency converter.
The mixer is totally “dead”, no light in the control panel.
Solution: Check the connection to power supply, if connection and power supply are OK, the error is either a defective
communication cable between the control panel and the frequency converter, or a defective fuse in the frequency
converter. See “Service Instructions” page 12 for access to the
frequency converter.
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Test programs:
To enter the test mode of the mixer, do as follows:
Raise the bowl and attach the safety guard, push emergency stop.
Hold
and
and release the emergency stop at the same time. Now go through four test programs:
Test program 1: Test of fields.
Press
to activate test program no. 1
OBS. The fields must be activated in the following order:
Briefly push the following fields
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
.
The mixer will now automatically run the next three test programs.
Test program 2: Test of light diodes.
Press
to activate test program no. 2
For the first 20 seconds the cipher 2 will flash in the display - the remix memory will be erased. Then the light
diodes in the speed indicator will light up one by one, while the other light diodes of the control panel are on.
Test program 3: Test of current measurement circuit in the frequency converter.
Press
to activate test program no. 3
The motor starts and runs for approx. 20 seconds. After the 20 seconds a text is shown in the display, this text
will vary and can only be used for testing the function.
Test program 4: Test of micro switches in safety circuit.
Press
to activate test program no. 4
OBS. It is important that the order is kept.
The cipher 1 is shown in the display until the safety guard is removed.
•
•
•
Remove and reattach safety guard. The display shall now change to 2. If the display does not change to 2, the
micro switch at the safety guard is defective.
Raise and lower the bowl again. The display shall now show 3. If the display does not change to 3, the switch at
the bowl lift is defective.
Conclude the test by pushing emergency stop and release it again. The display shall now show version codes
for control panel and frequency converter resp., as earlier mentioned under “VL2 control, error codes and
possible solutions, error
.
When running the testprogrammes, no specific order is required. It is possible to run the programmes individually
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Service instructions:
Before a possible repair or adjustment, the power must be switched off by
dismantling the connection cable from the power supply.
5A
5B
3B
3C
6D
13C
6F
13A 13B
6A
6
6B
6C
6E
2
13D
5C
3
1A
5
1
4B
4A
4
3A
7
3D
10A
10
8B
13
12
Screws to be
tightened with
a torque
8
10A - 8,8 Nm
8F
13B - 18 Nm
13C - 9 Nm
8A
13D - 9 Nm
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8E
The mixer is to be bolted on to the table with
4 pcs. M6 bolts. The length of the bolts must
be 130 mm + the thickness of the table top.
8C
8D
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1
Take off the rear part by removing the 2 screws (1A)
2
The lid of the mixer can be taken off when the rear part (1) has been removed. Push the lid a little backwards,
and lift it free.
3
Take off the operation panel by removing the rubber gasket (3A) and the thumb screw (4A) on the attachment
drive. Remove the nut (3B) and loosen the 2 screws (3C). The screws must still grab the two fittings (3D) which
are to be lifted up together with the screws.
4
Take out the attachment drive by removing the thumb screw (4A), the rubber gasket (3A) and the operation panel
(3). At last loosen the pointed screw (4B)
5
Take off the display print by loosening the screw (5A) and taking off the plastic box (5B). Then loosen the four
screws (5C).
6 Exchange the Poly V-belt in the following way:
a) Take off the rear part of the mixer (1) and the lid (2).
b)Loosen the four screws (6A) holding the motor base (6B). By pushing the base towards the front of the mixer,
the belt will be slackened and can be lifted off the motor pulley (6C) and the planetary head pulley (6D).
c) Mount the new Poly V-belt by pushing if down over the two pulleys.
d) Tighten the Poly V-belt by pushing the motor base towards the back of the mixer. Use a big screw driver or the
like to hold the base while the screws are tightened.
6G
6C The motor pulley can be taken off by removing the locking ring
(6E), and then using a pulling-off device.
6D Take off the planetary head pulley in the following way:
a) Take off the rear part (1), the lid of the mixer (2) and the Poly
V-belt (6).
b) Screw the pointed screws (6F) out of the pulley. The pulley can
now be lifted off the clamping ring.
c) To be able to loosen the clamping ring from the shaft, screw one
of the pointed screws approx. one turn down into the middle 6F
centre hole (6G). The clamping ring can be removed.
7
Take out the motor in the following way:
a) Shut off the power to the mixer, or dismantle the power cable from
the connection point.
b) Take off the rear part (1), the lid of the mixer (2), the
Poly V-belt (6), the cover plate (8A) and the frequency
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converter (8)
c) Disconnect the motor cable.
d) Remove the four screws (6A), and the motor base (6B)
with motor (7) can now be lifted off the mixer.
8
9
6D
The screws (6F) must be tightened with
30 NM when the pulley is remounted
Take out the frequency converter in the following way:
a) Remove the cover plate (8A) by loosening the screws
(8B).
b) Remove the screws (8C) in the bottom of the mixer.
c) The frequency converter including fittings (8D) and trafo
(8E) can now be lifted backwards out of the mixer.
d) The trafo can be loosened from the frequency converter
by removing the screw (8F).
Exchange the fuse by taking out the frequency converter (8), loosen the screws (8G) and the cover box
(8H) can now be removed.
8H
8G
8
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10A
10
Screws to be
tightened with
a torque
10A - 8,8 Nm
13B - 18 Nm
13C - 9 Nm
13D - 9 Nm
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Take out the planetary head in the following way:
a)
Take off the lid of the mixer (2), the operation panel (3), the attachment drive (4), the Poly V-belt (6) and the
planetary head pulley (6D).
b)
Remove the top plate (13A).
c)
Remove the screws (10A) and lift out the planetary head
d)
To mount the planetary head again follow the above instructions in reverse order.
note the torques declared for tightening screws
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5A fuse can be exchanged by pulling out the
small “drawer” (11A) at the top of the cable
plug (11B). If the fuse is burned, it can be exchanged by the reserve fuse (11C).
11
11A
11
11B
cable plug (11B)
11C
15
12
Exchange the switch for bowl lift in the following way:
12
a)
Take off the cover plate (8A) on the back of the mixer.
b)
Take out the frequency converter (8) with fittings (8D).
c)
The bowl detector switch (12) can be taken out by loosening the
two nuts (12B) and removing the two red wires. Location of the
jumper must not be changed.
d) Mount the new switch on the bracket.
12A
e) The wires must be fitted on the switch so that the two middle
legs are empty
12B
13 Exchange the micro switch (with bracket) for the safety guard in the following way:
a) Remove the rear part (1), the lid of the mixer (2) and the operation panel (3).
b) Take off the planetary head pulley (6D).
c) Remove the top plate (13A) by first removing the four screws (13B) and thereafter the
screws (13C).
d) Remove the planetary head (10).
10A - 8,8 Nm
e) Cut the strips that holds the cables in the machine’s top, so that the cables can be moved.
13B - 18 Nm
f) The plug on the cable to the switch (13E) is disconnected from the female connector.
13C - 9 Nm
g) The bracket with the micro switc is removed by loosen the screws (13D).
13D - 9 Nm
e) Follow the instructions in reverse order. note the torques declared for tightening
screws
13D
13E
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Screws to be
tightened with
a torque
Black
Green
Yellow
White
Blue
Red
Safety guard
CE micro
RN20-194.28M rev 02
Thermoswitch in motor
RN20-194.27M rev 02
RN20-194.26M rev 03
3 - blue
4 - black
3 - blue
4 - black
3 - blue
4 - black
Orange
Orange
Blue
Blue
Black
Black
CR10-194.38M rev 00
Cable for emergency stop
2 - blue
2 - blue
Cable for emergency stop
X< 220-240V
1- green/yellow
23- sort
4- Brown, 90-105V
5- Red, 105-120V
6-
RN20-194.37M rev 00
Micro for safety guard
2 - blue
3 - green/yellow
 1 - brown
seen from back
X< 220-240V
1- green/yellow
23- blue
4- brown, 90-105V
5- brown, 105-120V
6-
CR10-194.35M rev 00
RN20-194.29M rev 00
For voltage x< 220-240V <x
2 - blue
CE-micro
Termoswitch
CR10-194.17M rev 00
Motor
1 - black
Orange
Orange
Red
Red
Brown
Brown
Thermoswitch
2 - brown
1 - brown
1 - green/yellow
2 - white
3 - black
4 - red
2 - blue
3 - green/yellow
 1 - brown
OR
1 - black
6 - brown
5 - red
4 - orange
3 - brown
2 - red
1 - orange
Safety circuit
1 - yellow/
green
2 - brown
3 - blue
4 - black
1 - brown
2 - blue
3 - yellow/
green
CR10-194.15M rev 00
RN20-194.19M rev 00
1 - red
2 - blue
3 - white
4 - yellow
5 - green
6 - black
1 - black
Cable for emergency stop
6 - brow
5 - red
4 - orange
3 - brown
2 - red
1 - orange
1 - yellow/green
2 - brown
3 - blue
4 - black
1 - brown
2 - blue
3 - green/yellow
RN20-194.25M rev 01
RN20-194.39M rev 00
1 - red
2 - blue
3 - white
4 - yellow
5 - green
6 - black
blue - blue
on NC-switch 2
black - black
on NC-switch 1
Micro for
safety guard
220-240V <X
1- Green/yellow
23- Sort
4- Red, 380-420V
5- blue, 420-460V
6- Yellow, 460-500V
220-240 <X
1- green/yellow
23- blue
4- brown, 380-420V
5- brown, 420-460V
6- brown, 460-500V
Black
Green
Yellow
White
Blue
Red
seen from back
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Cabling diagram:
Blue
Kirkebjerg Søpark 6
1 x 200 - 240V AC + N + PE
Power supply
Fuse in female Plug
Max. 10A
-F1
Fuse10A
Main
Power
Cable
Brown
-F1
-F2
-M1
-Q1
-Q1
-S1
-S2
-S3
-W1
-W2
-W3
-W3
-W4
-W5
-W6
-W7
-W8
-W9
-W10
-W11
Blue
Blue
Blue
Blue
Black
Emergency
stop
Projekttitel:
Kunde:
Sidetitel:
Filnavn:
Sideref.:
Diagram
30.010-08.02.01
RN10, 10L, VL2 styring
Frequency inverter
CE/Bowl switch
Safety guard
Fuse slow 10A ø5x20
EMC Filter box
Motor
Frequency inverter RN10
VL-2 Front panel
Emergency stop
Safety guard
CE/Bowl switch
Main power cable, 1F, 3-wire
Emergency stop cable
Cable for safety circuit VL2
Cable for safety circuit VL2
Emergency stop cable - Frequency inverter VL2
Connunication cable VL2
Connunication cable VL2
Connunication cable VL2
Safety cable - Frequency inverter VL2
Cable for guard micro VL2
Motor Cable - Frequency inverter VL2
Motor Cable 3 Phases VL2
Blue
Blue
R20E-418.9
CR10-194.35M
RN20-85.1
CR10-552.2M
RN20-501
AR31-174.14
56SN20-31
56SN20-31
RN10-194.15M
RN10-194.38M
RN10-194.17M
RN20-194.17M
RN20-194.28M
RN20-194.39M
RN20-194.19M
RN20-194.29M
RN20-194.27M
RN20-194.37M
RN20-194.26M
RN20-194.16M
Black
Black
Orange
Orange
Orange
Black
Orange
Orange
Orange
EMC Filterbox
Yellow/Green
Power supply
Red
Black
4
Red
Red
3
Brown
Red
Black
2
Brown
Brown
Brown
-F2
Emergency
stop
1
Green
Black
Green
Black
Black
Black
01 Siderev.:
CE / CE Sidst udskrevet:
Sidst rettet:
Projektrev.:
Blue
Blue
Brown
Yellow
Yellow
Yellow/green
White
White
Brown
Blue
Yellow/green
Red
Blue
7
Red
6
Sagsnr.:
DCC:
Tegningsnr.:
Konstr. (projekt/side):
Godk. (dato/init):
Motor
Front panel
5
White
VL-2 front panel
Red
Black
PE Frame
PC|SCHEMATIC Automation
Side
5
1:1
Målestok:
Forrige side:
4
27-12-2016 Næste side:
6
14-12-2016 Antal sider ialt:
22
Black
Green
Yellow
White
Blue
Red
8
17
Electrical diagrammes:
18
Indhold af Overensstemmelseserklæring, (Maskindirektivet, 2006/42/EC, Bilag II, del A)
Contents of the Declaration of conformity for machinery, (Machinery Directive 2006/42/EC, Annex II., sub. A)
Inhalt der Konformitätserklärung für Maschinen, (Richtlinie 2006/42/EG, Anhang II, sub A)
Contenu de la Déclaration de conformité d’une machine, (Directive Machine 2006/42/CE, Annexe II.A)
Inhoud van de verklaring van overeenstemming voor machines, (Richtlijn 2006/42/EC, Bijlage II, onder A)
Contenido de la declaración de conformidad sobre máquinas, (Directiva 2006/42/EC, Anexo II, sub A)
Fabrikant; Manufacturer; Hersteller; Fabricant; Fabrikant; Fabricante:
Adresse; Address; Adresse; Adresse; Adres; Dirección:
DK
EN
DE
FR
NL
ES
A/S Wodschow & Co.
………………………………………………………………….……
Kirkebjerg
Søpark 6, DK-2605 Brøndby, Denmark
……………………………………………………………………….
Navn og adresse på den person, som er bemyndiget til at udarbejde teknisk dossier
Name and address of the person authorised to compile the technical file
Name und Anschrift der Person, die bevollmächtigt ist, die technischen Unterlagen zusammenzustellen
Nom et adresse de la personne autorisée à constituer le dossier technique
naam en adres van degene die gemachtigd is het technisch dossier samen te stellen
nombre y dirección de la persona facultada para elaborar el expediente técnico
Navn; Name; Name; Nom; Naam; Nombre:
Adresse; Address; Adresse; Adresse; Adres; Dirección:
Sted, dato; Place, date; Ort, Datum; Lieu, date ; Plaats, datum ; Place, Fecha:
Kim Jensen
……………………………………………………………………….
Kirkebjerg Søpark 6, DK-2605 Brøndby, Denmark
.........................................................................
Brøndby,
21-09-2017
........................................................................
Erklærer hermed at denne røremaskine
Herewith we declare that this planetary mixer
Erklärt hiermit, dass diese Rührmaschine
Déclare que le batteur-mélangeur ci-dessous
Verklaart hiermede dat Menger
Declaramos que el producto batidora
•
er i overensstemmelse med relevante bestemmelser i Maskindirektivet (Direktiv 2006/42/EC)
is in conformity with the relevant provisions of the Machinery Directive (2006/42/EC)
konform ist mit den Bestimmungen der EG-Maschinenrichtlinie (Direktiv 2006/42/EG)
Satisfait à l’ensemble des dispositions pertinentes de la Directive Machines (2006/42/CE)
voldoet aan de bepalingen van de Machinerichtlijn (Richtlijn 2006/42/EC)
corresponde a las exigencias básicas de la Directiva sobre Máquinas (Directiva 2006/42/EC)
•
er i overensstemmelse med følgende andre CE-direktiver
is in conformity with the provisions of the following other EC-Directives
konform ist mit den Bestimmungen folgender weiterer EG-Richtlinien
Est conforme aux dispositions des Directives Européennes suivantes
voldoet aan de bepalingen van de volgende andere EG-richtlijnen
está en conformidad con las exigencias de las siguientes directivas de la CE
2014/30/EU
; 1935/2004 ; 10/2011 ; 2023/2006 ; RoHS 2011/65/EU , 822/2013 (DK only)
…………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………….....
Endvidere erklæres det
And furthermore, we declare that
Und dass
Et déclare par ailleurs que
En dat
Además declaramos que
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at de følgende (dele af) harmoniserede standarder, er blevet anvendt
the following (parts/clauses of) European harmonised standards have been used
folgende harmonisierte Normen (oder Teile/Klauseln hieraus) zur Anwendung gelangten
Les (parties/articles des) normes européennes harmonisées suivantes ont été utilisées
de volgende (onderdelen/bepalingen van) geharmoniseerde normen/nationale normen zijn toegepast
las siguientes normas armonizadas y normas nacionales (o partes de ellas) fueron aplicadas
EN454:2014 ; EN60204-1:2006; EN12100-2011
……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………...
EN61000-6-1:2007; EN61000-6-3:2007
……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………...
DS/EN
1672-2 + A1:2009
……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………...
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Innehåll i örsäkran om maskinens överensstämmelse, (Maskindirektivet 2006/42/EG, bilaga 2, A)
Contenuto della dichiarazione di conformità per macchine, (Direttiva 2006/42/CE, Allegato II, parte A)
Sisukord masina vastavusdeklaratsioon , (Masinadirektiiv 2006/42/EÜ, lisa II, punkt A)
Treść Deklaracja zgodności dla maszyn (Dyrektywa maszynowa 2006/42/WE, Załącznik II, pkt A)
Sisältö vaatimustenmukaisuusvakuutus koneesta (Konedirektiivi 2006/42/EY, Liite II A)
Tillverkare; Fabbricante; Tootja; Producent; Valmistaja:
Adress; Indirizzo; Aadress; Adres; Osoite:
SV
IT
ET
PL
FI
A/S Wodschow & Co.
………………………………………………………………….……
Kirkebjerg
Søpark 6, DK-2605 Brøndby, Denmark
……………………………………………………………………….
Namn och adress till den person som är behörig att ställa samman den tekniska dokumentationen:
Nome e indirizzo della persona autorizzata a costituire il fascicolo tecnico
Tehnilise kausta volitatud koostaja nimi ja aadress
Imię i nazwisko oraz adres osoby upoważnionej do przygotowania dokumentacji technicznej
Henkilön nimi ja osoite, joka on valtuutettu kokoamaan teknisen tiedoston
Namn; Nome e cognome; Nimi; Imię i nazwisko; Nimi:
Adress; Indirizzo; Aadress; Adres; Osoite:
Ort och datum; Luogo e data; Koht, kuupäev; Miejscowość, data; Paikka, aika:
Kim Jensen
……………………………………………………………………….
Kirkebjerg
Søpark 6, DK-2605 Brøndby, Denmark
.........................................................................
Brøndby,
21-09-2017
........................................................................
Försäkrar härmed att denna blandningsmaskin
Con la presente si dichiara che questo mixer planetaria
Deklareerime käesolevaga, et Planetaarmikseri
Niniejszym oświadczamy, że mikser planetarny
vakuuttaa, että tämä mikseri tyyppi
•
överensstämmer med tillämpliga bestämmelser i maskindirektivet (2006/42/EG)
is è conforme alle disposizioni della Direttiva Macchine (Direttiva 2006/42/CE)
vastab kehtivatele masinadirektiivi (2006/42/EÜ) nõuetele
spełnia wymagania odpowiednich przepisów dyrektywy maszynowej (2006/42/WE)
on konedirektiivin (2006/42/EY) asiaankuuluvien säännösten mukainen
•
överensstämmer med bestämmelser i följande andra EG-direktiv
è conforme alle disposizioni delle seguenti altre direttive CE
vastab järgmiste EÜ direktiivide nõuetele
spełnia wymagania przepisów innych dyrektyw WE
on seuraavien muiden EY-direktiivien säännösten mukainen
2014/30/EU;
1935/2004 ; 10/2011 ; 2023/2006 ; RoHS 2011/65/EU ; 822/2013 (DK only)
…………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………….…...
Vi försäkrar dessutom att
e che
Lisaks ülaltoodule deklareerime, et
Ponadto oświadczamy, że
ja lisäksi vakuuttaa, että
•
följande (delar/paragrafer av) europeiska harmoniserade standarder har använts
sono state applicate le seguenti (parti/clausole di) norme armonizzate
kasutatud on järgmisi Euroopa harmoniseeritud standardeid (või nende osi/nõudeid)
zastosowano następujące części/klauzule zharmonizowanych norm europejskich
seuraavia eurooppalaisia yhdenmukaistettuja standardeja (tai niiden osia/kohtia) on sovellettu
EN454:2014 ; EN60204-1:2006; EN12100-2011
……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………..................
EN61000-6-1:2007; EN61000-6-3:2007
……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………...
DS/EN 1672-2 + A1:2009
……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………...
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A/S WODSCHOW & CO.
Kirkebjerg Søpark 6
DK-2605 Brøndby
Denmark
Telefon: 43 44 22 88
info@wodschow.dk
www.bearvarimixer.com