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CONTENT
PREFACE .....................................................................................................................................48
1. BASIC FUNCTIONING ..........................................................................................................49
1.1 Boiler System...................................................................................................................50
1.2 Temperature regulation ....................................................................................................50
1.3 Hot water dispensing .......................................................................................................50
1.4 Cold water dispensing (optional) .....................................................................................50
1.5 Ingredients and mixer system ..........................................................................................50
1.6 Evaporation extractor system ..........................................................................................51
1.7 Steam thermostat ............................................................................................................51
1.8 Solid state relais (SSR)....................................................................................................51
1.9 Brewer unit.......................................................................................................................52
1.9.1 Adjustment.............................................................................................................53
1.9.2 Setting tips .............................................................................................................54
1.9.3 Troubleshooting .....................................................................................................55
2. MENU STRUCTURE .............................................................................................................56
2.1 The operator/service menu ..............................................................................................56
2.2 The operator menu ..........................................................................................................57
2.3 The service menu ............................................................................................................58
Quick recipe .....................................................................................................................58
Button setting ...................................................................................................................58
Recipe setting ..................................................................................................................59
Recipe setting (continued) ...............................................................................................60
Settings ..........................................................................................................................61
Settings (continued) ........................................................................................................62
Reset counters.................................................................................................................63
Descale/lter ....................................................................................................................63
Hardware test ..................................................................................................................64
Read log / Clear log / Load defaults / SD menu / Change PIN ........................................65
Adittional settings.............................................................................................................66
3. RECIPE SETTINGS ...............................................................................................................67
3.1 Quick recipe .....................................................................................................................67
3.2 Model code.......................................................................................................................67
3.3 Button settings .................................................................................................................68
3.3.1 Standard canister conguration ..............................................................................68
3.3.2 Different canister conguration ...............................................................................69
3.4 Detailed recipe settings ....................................................................................................70
3.5 Timebar recipe settings....................................................................................................70
3.6 Calibrating the hot water valves.......................................................................................71
5. SERVICE
..........................................................................................................................72
5.1 Setting a service parameter .............................................................................................72
5.2 Preventative maintenance ...............................................................................................72
5.2.1 Service contracts ...................................................................................................72
5.2.2 Servicing ................................................................................................................73
5.3 Descaling instructions ......................................................................................................74
6. COMPONENT ACCESSIBILITY ............................................................................................76
6.1 Electronics summary .......................................................................................................77
6.1.1 Control unit ............................................................................................................77
6.1.2 Interface / Display ..................................................................................................78
6.1.3 Power supply .........................................................................................................78
6.2 Main circuit board entrances............................................................................................79
6.3 Main circuit board exits ....................................................................................................80
6.4 Main circuit board communication ...................................................................................81
7. TROUBLESHOOTING ...........................................................................................................81
7.1 Read log ..........................................................................................................................81
7.2 Clear log ..........................................................................................................................82
7.3 Troubleshooting ...............................................................................................................82
8. PAYMENT SYSTEMS ............................................................................................................85
8.1 Coin mechanism (optional) ..............................................................................................85
8.1.1 Standard conguration ..........................................................................................85
8.1.2 Rejecting coins ......................................................................................................85
8.1.3 Activating existing tokens ......................................................................................86
8.1.4 Programming a new token.....................................................................................86
8.1.5 Accepting Euros and Tokens .................................................................................86
8.1.6 accepting Tokens only ...........................................................................................87
8.1.7 Cleaning the coin holder ........................................................................................87
8.2 Coin changer (optional) ....................................................................................................88
8.2.1 Troubleshooting ......................................................................................................88
4. SOFTWARE ..........................................................................................................................71
4.1 Memory card ....................................................................................................................71
4.2 Installing software ............................................................................................................71
4.3 Installing a language ........................................................................................................71
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© 2009 Animo®
1. BASIC FUNCTIONING
All rights reserved.
1. Waste bin
6. Fresh brew coffee canister
No part of this document may be reproduced and/or made public in print, microlm, electronic media
or any other form without the manufacturer’s prior consent. This also applies to the corresponding
diagrams and/or charts.
2. Hot water outlet
7. Coffee canister motor
3. Coffee outlet/Drink outlet (instant)
8. Dispensing valves
4. Brewer
9. Water reservoir
5. Brewer motor
10. Inlet valve
Fresh brew
PREFACE
Purpose of this document
This document provides directions for use and serves as a service document for trained, authorised
service staff to safety install, programme and maintain this device.
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8
9
10
11
Instant
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6
Trained, authorised service staff are considered to be those who install, programme and maintain
the device, and are able to carry out repairs.
The majority of settings, including product settings, are protected by a PIN code. This PIN code
ensures that users do not gain access to the service menu. It is recommended not to leave this
document with the user after installation and to change the standard factory PIN code.
All sections and paragraphs are numbered. The various gures referred to in the text can be found in
the gures section at the beginning of the manual or with the corresponding subjects.
Cold water
(optional)
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5
14
4
20
21
19 18
Pictograms and symbols.
16
17
15
3
2
CAUTION
General indication for: IMPORTANT, CAUTION or REMARK.
1
Fig. 1
WARNING
Warning for possible damage to the device, surroundings or environment.
Instant (OptiFresh 2 model and upwards)
DANGER
Danger of possible severe damage to the device or physical injury.
11. Instant ingredient canisters
15. Mixer motor
12. Canister motor
16. Mixer impellor
13. Ventilator
17. Mixer housing
14. Evaporation extractor lter cassette
18. Evaporation extractor ring
DANGER
Danger of electricity and voltage.
Cold water (optional)
19. Cold water outlet
DANGER
Danger of electrostatic discharge (ESD) in electronics.
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22. Inlet valve
21. Cooling unit (base cabinet)
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1.1 Boiler System
1.6 Evaporation extractor system
Turn on the device using the ON/OFF switch. The display will light up.
Evaporation released during mixing is largely absorbed
by the evaporation extractor ring (g. 1-18) and sucked
into the machine via the lter cassette (g. 1-14). The
evaporation and ingredient residue are absorbed by
the lter. The lter (g. 1-14) can be easily reached (for
cleaning purposes) by dismantling the mixer unit (g.
1-17). To a large extent, this prevents evaporation from
entering the canister outlet and making ingredients
damp.
The magnetic valve (g. 1-10) will open and the hot water reservoir (g. 1-9) will be lled to the
maximum electrode. The heating element will be switched on. The display shows [ boiler lling ] and
[ boiler heating ]. As soon as the NTC sensor measures the set temperature, the heating element will
be switched off.
When a drink is being dispensed the water level drops and the maximum electrode is released;
the inlet valve (2.5 litres/min.) opens and immediately rells the reservoir until the maximum level
is reached again. If the water level falls under the minimum electrode level during operation, the
operating panel display will show [relling boiler]. If the supply of water is not restored within 90
seconds, the display will show the error message [E3 level error] and shut off the inlet valve.
1.7 Solid State Relay (SSR) *
1.2 Temperature regulation
The heating element is turned on when the water temperature falls below the temperature setting and
the minimum electrode registers water. The temperature in the water reservoir is measured using an
NTC precision sensor mounted on the outside wall of the reservoir.
The water temperature also drops when drinks are dispensed. To avoid the temperature regulator from
responding too late, the heating element is switched on as soon as the inlet valve (g. 1-10) opens
and cold water is added. The heating element switches off again as soon as the inlet valve shuts
off. The software can also be used to delay when the heating element switches off. See menu item
2.4 Settings / Temperature in the service menu. The heating element always switches off when the
maximum boiler temperature of 97C is reached.
1.3 Hot water dispensing
When dispensing drinks one of the dispensing valve (g. 1-8) opens and hot water ows to the brewer
or mixer system. The ow velocity for each valve is set using the adjustment screw on the valve. The
amount of outow is determined by the length of time that the valve stays open. In order to rinse the
brewer unit and mixer system, a small amount of rinsing water is released shortly after dispensing to
rinse away any ingredient residue.
The heating element is controlled by a solid state
relay, which supersedes the magnetic switch that was
formerly used for this purpose.
1.8 Steam thermostat *
The solid state relay (SSR) is secured by a steam thermostat which is build in line with the overow tube.
The steam thermostat contact is in series with the solid
state. This thermostat prevents the boiler from boiling
empty when the solid state breaks down in a operating
condition.
The thermostat switches the heating element OFF
when steam escapes from the boiler. The thermostat
must be manually reset.
Fig. 1b
* Modified in the OptiFresh from machine
number 1S06945 (March 2009)
1.4 Cold water dispensing (optional)
OptiFresh has a built-in cold water option + special base cabinet with built-in cooling unit. When
dispensing a cold-water recipe, inlet valve DV6 opens (g. 1-21) and allows water to ow from the
mains to the cooling unit cooling coil (g.1-20). The cooled water already present ows directly to
the cold water outlet (g. 1-19). As soon as the valve shuts off again the cold water dispenser stops
immediately.
1.5 Ingredients and mixer system
The ingredients canisters (g. 1-11) are powered by a 130RPM motor (g. 1-12). The instant product
(ingredient) is forced out of the canister by a coil and drops through the dispensing bent pipes into the
mixer unit (g. 1-17). At the same time, the dispensing valves (g. 1-18) dispense hot water into the
mixer unit. The mixer motor (g. 1-15) blends the instant product with water at a speed of 10,700 RPM
using the mixer rotor (g. 1-16). The drink ows into the cup via the drink outlet (g. 1-3). All individual
parts mentioned in this section can be sequentially coordinated using adjustable
parameters (timers) in the control unit.
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1.9 Brewer unit
1.9.1 Adjustment
Ground coffee and hot water are dispensed to the permanent lter and are drawn into the lter by
vacuum. After making a fresh brew drink selection the following process (g. 2) starts:
If a leak occurs between the brewer unit and the
permanent lter the tensile force of the brewer needs to
be increased.
Start
position
Brewer in resting position.
Start
brewer 3
The piston moves down and sucks
the coffee extract through the
permanent lter.
The tensile force of the brewer should be set so that no
water is able to leak between the brewer unit (g. 3-1)
and the permanent lter (g. 3-3).
Start
brewer 1
The piston leaves the resting position. Ground coffee and hot water is
dispensed to the brewer unit.
Pause 3
Just before the coffee extract
leaves the brewer the piston either
pauses or stops again to make
sure the coffee residue is sufciently dry.
The tensile force also ensures that the wiper (g.
3-4) completely pushes the coffee residue off of the
permanent lter.
Pause 1
Start
brewer 2
Pause 2
The piston stops just above the
outlet. Coffee and hot water is still
dispensed.
Start
brewer 4
The piston rises and forces air
upwards out of the cylinder, ensuring that coffee and water are mixed
thoroughly. Water dispensing stops
during this cycle.
Pause 4
Piston stops at the highest setting to
enable the coffee to be extracted.
Return to
start
The piston moves down further so
that the outlet opening opens.
The coffee is now dispensed to the
cup, goblet or jug.
The piston returns to the start
position again. At the same time
the coffee residue is wiped away
by the lter wiper, before it drops
into the waste bin.
See gure 3 for the most important brewer parts:
2
1.
Brewer unit
2.
Rubber seal
(Art. No. 03375)
3.
Permanent lter
(Art. No. 03374)
4.
Wiper
(Art. No. 03380)
5.
Tension member
6.
Adjustment shim*
7.
Rubber
8.
H-frame
9.
Tension member adjustment
3
4
(Art. No. 03384)
5
6
1. First remove the brewer from the device (see section
8.7.2 for instructions).
2. The tensile force can be set by adding adjustment
shims (g. 3-6) between the tension member (g.
3-5) and the H-frame (g. 3-8).
1,3 sec.
92,5ml
1
3. Press the H-frame downwards and take the tension
member out of the recess. Place an adjustment
shim* in the recess and replace the tension member.
CAUTION: adding multiple shims at the same time
can cause excess tensile force and damage the
brewer!
7,5ml
7
8
9
4. In most cases this procedure is sufcient for
repairing leaks. If the brewer unit still leaks t
another adjustment shim.
start
position
Start 1
1 sec.
4 sec.
2,5 sec.
retrun to start
Pauze 4
Pauze 3
Pauze 2
3,5 sec.
6 sec.
Start 4
Start 3
Start 2
Pauze 1
5. If the brewer unit still leaks remove the two
adjustment shims and then turn in the tension
member once (clockwise). CAUTION: turning in the
tension member should only be done as a last
resort.
6. If the tensile force is correct but the brewer still leaks
do not increase the tensile force any more! For
further help see chapter 1.7.3 Troubleshooting.
3 sec.
1,5 sec.
2 sec.
Fig. 2
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Fig. 3
* a extra shim is located behind
the stainless steel panel on the
inside of the door.
1.9.2 Setting tips
1.9.3 Troubleshooting
Tensile force too low (g. 4)
Tensile force correct (g. 5)
Tensile force too high (g. 6)
If the wiper moves over the
upper side of the cylinder it
makes no
If the brewer is adjusted
correctly, the wiper moves
carefully over the upper side
of the cylinder and pushes
the coffee residue off of the
permanent lter. The wiper
bends slightly.
If the brewer is adjusted too
high, the wiper will stretch
and become clearly warped.
Glancing along the long side of
the wiper will show a warped
effect in the rubber.
When the wiper moves to
the right the coffee residue is
transported to the waste bin.
The coffee residue drops from
the right side of the brewer
straight into the waste bin.
The brewer is under extreme
pressure and the sound of the
brewer motor audibly changes
as a sign of the severe load.
This may even damage the
wiper!
contact with the permanent
lter, so that coffee residue is
left on the lter. The wiper does
not bend at all.
If the brewer unit is adjusted in
this way it can leak. If leakage
is severe
this can even result in a
vacuum loss, which means
that the coffee residue remains
too wet (particularly for larger
dispensing volumes).
Problem
The wiper pushes against the
coffee residue when moving to
the left.
Fig. 5
Action
The brewer unit is hindered
during the upward movement.
Remove one adjustment shim
to reduce the tensile force.
The coffee residue remains
too wet.
There is inadequate suction in
the coffee residue.
Increase the pause 3 time (see
section 1.6)
Never increase the tensile force
under if the brewer unit tensile
force is set correctly.
The water temperature is too
high.
Lower the water temperature.
The permanent lter is dirty or
worn.
Clean or replace the permanent
lter.
Check the brewer unit and
cylinders for fractures.
Replace the defective parts.
Check the cylinder for wear
and tear or scratches.
Replace the defective parts.
Check the Teon coating for
wear and tear.
Replace the defective parts.
The standard lter has a mesh
size of 51m (Art. No. 03374).
There is a ner lter with a
mesh size of 40m available
(Art. No. 03483).
Fig. 6
During the complete brewer
cycle, ball bearings from the
wiper arms and the tension
member are under severe
pressure, resulting in bending.
To much coffee dust in the
(empty) cup.
A new stainless steel brewer
lter with ma mesh size of 37
m is used (art. no. 03488),
from machine number 1S06945
(March 2009)
The ball bearings may then
break away, cracking the plastic
brewer housing.
Signs that the tensile force is too high (fig. 6):
• The wiper is severely bent when it slides across the upper side of the brewer cylinder and
permanent lter.
• It appears as if the wiper arm is attened between the brewer unit and the upper side of the
brewer cylinder.
• The brewer motor sounds as though it is running under extreme pressure.
• The wiper pushes against the coffee residue when moving to the left.
• Accumulation of coffee residue round the waste bin.
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Check if the brewer unit is able
to move upwards freely.
The brewer unit tensile force is
too high.
If the above-mentioned problem
is not resolved:
Fig. 4
Probable cause
The brewer unit does not rise
far enough.
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2. MENU STRUCTURE
2.2 The operator menu
2.1 The operator/service menu
Operator menu
The majority of settings, including product settings, are protected by a PIN code. This PIN code
ensures that users do not gain access to the service menu.
Main item
It is recommended not to leave this document with the user after installation and to change the
standard factory PIN code.
This section describes how the various settings can be changed by trained, authorized service staff.
You can read about how to gain access to the service menu below. On access to the service menu
the control panel has the following functions:
Sub item
1.1 Clock
1.2 Timer
1.3 Recipe counters
Escape (return without making any changes)
Range
Set
Description
Yes/no
Yes
Set the device to free or paid dispensing here.
Time
HH:MM
Set the clock to the correct local time here.
Date
DD-MM-JJJJ
Set the clock to the correct local time here.
Mon-Fri
On
Off
00:00
00:00
Sat
On
Off
00:00
00:00
Set the time when the device should operate here. If
the timer switches off the device it will automatically
revert to standby mode.
Sun
On
Off
00:00
00:00
Total
Off
00:00
Free
Cups
Number of free dispensed drinks (recipe 1)
Paid
Cups
Number of paid dispensed drinks (recipe 1)
Jug
Cups
Number of dispensed jugs (recipe 1)
Total
Cups
Total counter for all dispensed recipes
Recipe 1
Recipe 12
Recipes total
Previous (menu item / increase value)
Next (menu item / decrease value)
Rinse counters
Enter (accept menu option)
Item
1.0 Free dispensing
Fig. 7
Total counter for recipe 1 (free-paid-jugs)
Free
Cups
Total counter for all free dispensed recipes
Paid
Cups
Total counter for all paid dispensed recipes
Jug
Cups
Total counter for all dispensed jugs
Brewer
Number of brewer rinses
Mixer(s)
Number of mixer rinses
Reset counters
Summary:
1.4 Quick recipe
Operator menu
Service menu
1.0
2.1
Free dispensing
Quick recipe
1.1
Clock
2.2
Button settings
1.2
Timer settings
2.3
Recipe settings
1.3
Recipe counters
2.4
Settings
1.4
Quick recipe
2.5
Reset counters
1.5
Permanent lter
2.6
Descale / lter
1.6
Software
2.7
Hardware test
1.7
PIN-code
2.8
Read log
2.9
Clear log
2.10
Load defaults
2.11
SD menu
2.12
Change PIN code
2.13
Additional settings
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Recipe name 1
Recipe name 12
1.5 Permanent filter
Total rest of all counters
Cup volume
50-200 ml
120ml
Coffee (1)
-20 / +20%
0%
Decaf (2)
-20 / +20%
0%
Chocolate (3)
-20 / +20%
0%
Topping (4)
-20 / +20%
0%
Sugar (5)
-20 / +20%
0%
Reset teller
After the permanent lter of the vending unit
(brewer) has reached the maximum number of
brews the lter must be replaced. After replacing
the permanent lter, reset the ‘replace brewer lter’
indicator.
1.6 Software
1.7 PIN-code
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Use this for setting the volume and strength of coffee, milk, sugar and cocoa easily per recipe (drink
button).
Only the ingredients applicable to the recipe are
shown.
Software version is readable here.
2-2-2-2-2
PIN code = press the number 2 key ve times.
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2.3 The service menu
Service menu continued ….
Service menu
Main item
Sub item
Item
Range
Set
Description
2.1 Quick recipe
Recipe name 1
Cup volume
50-200 ml
120ml
Coffee (1)
-20 / +20%
0%
Decaf (2)
-20 / +20%
0%
Use this for setting the volume and
strength of coffee, milk, sugar and cocoa
easily per recipe (drink key).
Only the ingredients applicable to the
recipe are shown.
Chocolate (3)
-20 / +20%
0%
Topping (4)
-20 / +20%
0%
Sugar (5)
-20 / +20%
0%
<Recipe name>
Recipe list
See section
3.3
Recipe name 12
2.2 Button setting
Button 1
0,0-30,0 s
Description
Waiting time Water 1
DV 1
0,0-100,0 ml
Dispensing amount Water 1 (Brewer)
Rinse 1 WT
0,0-20,0 s
Waiting time Rinsing Water 1
Rinse 1
0,0-15,0 ml
Dispensing amount Rinsing Water 1 Automatically deducted from Water 1
Ingredient 1 WT
0,0-30,0 s
Waiting time Ingredient 1
Product dispensing time Ingredient 1
0,0-30,0 s
Waiting time Ingredient 2
Ingredient 2
0,0-50,0 s
Product dispensing time Ingredient 2
Start brewer
0,0-30,0 s
1st start time brewer
Pause 1 brewer
0,0-30,0 s
1st pause time brewer
Price
0,05-2,00
0,10
For paid dispensing a price can be set
here for each product button.
Cup volume >200ml advice: deactivate
Quick recipe in the Operator menu; 2.4
Settings / I/O Quick recipe.
Range
DV 1 WT
0,0-50,0 s
Use this to place the product concerned
out of service.
120ml
Item
Unit 1
Ingredient 2 WT
Yes
50-230ml *
Sub
Recipe name 1
Ingredient 1
Yes/no
Cup volume
Sub item
2.3 Recipe setting
Change any recipe buttons here that
standard factory settings. All settings
that correspond to selected recipes are
automatically loaded.
Recipe active
* From software 2.0
Main item
Start 2 brewer
0,0-30,0 s
2nd start time brewer
Pause 2 brewer
0,0-30,0 s
2nd pause time brewer
Set the desired cup volume here. All other
parameters (e.g. coffee dosage) can be
adjusted automatically. This parameter is
coupled to the quick recipe cup volume!
Start 3 brewer
0,0-30,0 s
3rd start time brewer
Pause 3 brewer
0,0-30,0 s
3rd pause time brewer
Start 4 brewer
0,0-30,0 s
4th start time brewer
Cup volume >200ml change brewer
parameters (from software V02.01):
Pause 2 increase to 4,5 s. (2,5)
Start 3
increase to 4,8 s. (4,0)
Pause 3 increase to 5,5 s. (1,5)
Start 4
decrease to 2,2 s. (3,0)
Pause 4 increase to 4,0 s. (2,0)
Pause 4 brewer
0,0-30,0 s
4th pause time brewer
Unit 2
DV 2 WT
0,0-30,0 s
Waiting time Water 2
DV 2
0,0-100,0 ml
Dispensing amount Water 2
Rinse 2 WT
0,0-20,0 s
Waiting time Rinsing Water 2
0,0-15,0 ml
Dispensing amount Rinsing Water 2 Automatically deducted from Water 2
Multicup
0-20
0
Set the number of cups that should be
dispensed when the key switch is in the
jug setting.
Rinse 2
Ingredient 3 WT
0,0-30,0 s
Waiting time Ingredient 3
Key switch
0-1-2-3
0/1
Recipe button concerned works as follows:
0= key switch setting n/a
CUP (paid) or JUG* (paid)
1= key switch |: CUP (paid)
key switch –: JUG* (paid)
2= key switch |: no dispensing
key switch –: JUG* (paid)
3= key switch |: CUP (paid)
key switch –: JUG* (free)
(*when multicup is set to >1)
Ingredient 3
0,0-50,0 s
Product dispensing time Ingredient 3
Unit 3
Ingredient 4 WT
0,0-30,0 s
Waiting time Ingredient 4
Ingredient 4
0,0-50,0 s
Product dispensing time Ingredient 4
Mixer 2 WT
0,0-30,0 s
Waiting time Mixer 2
Mixer 2
0,0-50,0 s
Mixing time Mixer 2
DV 3 WT
0,0-30,0 s
Waiting time Water 3
DV 3
0-100 ml
Dispensing amount Water 3
Rinse 3 WT
0,0-20,0 s
Waiting time Rinsing Water 3
Rinse 3
0,0-15,0 ml
Dispensing time Rinsing Water 3
Automatically deducted from Water 3
Button 12
Push & Hold
Yes-No
Drip time
0-10 sec.
No
2 sec.
If set to yes: pressing this button starts the
hot/cold water dispensing and releasing it
stops the hot water dispensing.
Only use this option for Water 4 and Water
6 in combination with a hot/cold water
recipe button.
The length of time that the product
continues to run from the brewer or mixer.
After this time has elapsed a new drink
selection can be made.
Recipe name 12
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Ingredient 5 WT
0,0-30,0 s
Waiting time Ingredient 5
Ingredient 5
0,0-50,0 s
Product dispensing time Ingredient 5
Ingredient 6 WT
0,0-30,0 s
Waiting time Ingredient 6 (optional)
Ingredient 6
0,0-50,0 s
Product dispensing time Ingredient 6
(optional)
Mixer 3 WT
0,0-30,0 s
Waiting time Mixer 3
Mixer 3
0,0-50,0 s
Mixing time Mixer 3
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Service menu continued…
Service menu continued ….
Main item
Sub item
Sub
2.3 Recipe setting
(continued…)
Recipe name 1
Item
Range
Description
DV 4 WT
0,0-30,0 s
Waiting time Water 4
DV 4
0,0-100,0 ml
Dispensing amount Water 4
(Hot water dispensed)
Dutch
DV 5 WT
0,0-30,0 s
Waiting time Water 5
German
0,0-100,0 ml
Dispensing amount from an extra hot water
valve Water 5 (reserved for a Brewer
By-Pass option).
DV 5
0,0-30,0 s
Waiting time Water 6
DV 6
0,0-100,0 ml
Dispensing amount from an extra inlet
valve Water 6 (Cold Water option)
Strength Coffee
0-50%
0-50%
Strength Chocolate
0-50%
Strength Topping
0-50%
Strength Sugar
0-50%
Sub item
Item
2.4 Settings
Language
English
Range
Setting
French
Use the strength setting item to add an
ingredient to the strength adjustment.
Ingredient strength adjustment:
0= off / > 1 = on
Example: [coffee] 20%
95°C *
Boiler temperature standard model
1A - 5A
90°C *
Boiler temperature FreshBrew +
instant model 6A t/m 9A
70-97°C *
* From software 2.0
Strength
-0
+
++
-20% -10% 0 10% 20%
Hysteresis
2-10°C
2°C
Temperature drop, after which boiler
must reheat
Output block
70-90°C
78°C
Boiler temperature disables dispensing. Display: [Out of order, boiler
heating]
Output release
70-90°C
85°C
Boiler temperature allows dispensing again
Stand-by
60-80°C
60°C
Boiler temperature during stand-by
Example: [cocoa] 40%
Extended Heating
0-50%
Recipe name 12
Strength Ingrediënt 6
Option
Description
Language choice display.
Ex factory setting English.
Temperature
Temp. boiler
DV 6 WT
Strength Decaf
Main item
0-5 sec
1 sec
Strength
-0
+
++
-40% -20% 0 20% 40%
To maintain the optimum boiler temperature the heating element and
inlet valve switch on simultaneously.
Set the waste delay of the element
here after the inlet valve is closed.
Inlet valve
Heating
Inlet valve
Heating
Display
Show clock
Yes/no
No
Show clock in display
Show date
Yes/no
No
Show date in display
Show message text (running text) in
display. Only shown if Display Date,
Clock or both are set to no.
Message text
Yes/no
No
Message text only programmable
by using the Optimizer programme
and SD card.
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Use bleeper
Yes/no
Yes
Sound signal on or off
Fan time
0-300 sec.
60 s.
Duration of Fan speed 2 after
dispensing
Fan speed 1
40-100%
50%
Fan speed when resting
Fan speed 2
40-100%
100%
Fan speed during dispensing
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Service menu continued …..
Main item
Sub item
Item
2.4 Settings
(continued…)
Coin system
G13
Range
Setting
0-100,00 +
Token
€ 0,05
€ 0,10
€ 0,20
€ 0,50
€ 1,00
€ 2,00
Coin channel 1
Coin channel 6
Single vend
MDB
ja-nee
Main item
Sub item
Item
Coin value setting for each channel. €0.05-€2 respectively.
0.00=free
TOKEN=coffee token
2.5 Reset counters
Rinse counters
Brewer counter?
Reset brewer spoelteller
Mixer counter?
Reset mixer spoelteller
Recipe counter 1
Reset recepttellers per recept.
Yes: any excess credit is not
retained for next drink. No: credit
retained for next drink.
Max coin accep.
€ 0,05100,00
€ 2,00
Coins larger than € 2.00 are
rejected and ejected through the
return slot of the coin mechanism. Adjust to the highest recipe
product price.
Point position
0-2
2
Decimal position in amount
Show credit
Yes/no
Yes
Show credit on the display
Single vend
ja-nee
ja
Yes: any excess credit is not
retained for next drink. No: credit
retained for next drink.
€ 2,00
Coins larger than € 2.00 are
rejected and ejected through the
return slot of the coin mechanism. Adjust to the highest recipe
product price.
Recipe counter 12
Reset counter total
Reset totaal tellers
Reset all counters
2.6 Descale/filter
Service moment
Reset alle tellers ineens
0-50.000 2
Service counter
1
From software 2.00
2
From software 3.03
MDB Coin changers
MDB acceptor
MDB GiroVend
€ 0,05100,00
Point position
0-2
2
Decimal position in amount
Show credit
Yes/no
Yes
Show credit on the display
Yes/no
No
Add Reset counters menu item to
the operator menu
Yes/no
Yes
Add Quick recipe menu item to the
operator menu
Yes/no
Yes
Turns off drip tray sensor software.
I/0 Reset counter
I/0 Quick recipe
Drip tray sign. 1
0
from software
version V03.04.0
Swedish
Krone
Norwegian
Krone
South
African Rand
Jordanian
Dinar
DK
SKR
NOK
ZAR
JOD
CH 1
CH 2
CH 3
CH 4
CH 5
CH 6
0,50
1,00
2,00
5,00
10,00
20,00
0,50
1,00
5,00
10,00
1,00
0,00
1,00
5,00
10,00
20,00
10,00
20,00
0,50
1,00
2,00
5,00
5,00
0,00
0,50
1,00
25,00
50,00
1,00
0,00
Max coin accep.
10,00
10,00
10,00
2,00
50,00
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After the Service Due setting has
been reached the Descale/lter
indicator will be displayed. See section 5. Service
The number of beverages dispensed is counted here. Check here
to see how far the machine is from
periodic maintenance (descaling
boiler or replacing water lter).
When the counter reached 0 (zero)
the count becomes negative.
-12500
Reset serv. coun
After periodic maintenance has
been carried out (boiler descaled or
lter replaced) the service counter
should be set to nil.
# Coin channel settings foreign currencies
Danish
Krone
12500
12500
2
Max coin accep.
Description
Foreign currencies; see list #
ja
2
Recipe counters
Range
Setting
Description
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Service menu continued….
Main item
Sub item
Sub
Range
2.7 Hardware test
Inputs
Temperature
Boiler temp
2.8 Read log
Level sensors
High
Low
2.9 Clear log
Are you sure?
2.10 Load defaults
Model #
OF1A xx00
OF2A xx00
OF3A xx00
OF4A xx00
OF5A xx00
OF6A xx00
OF7A xx00
OF8A xx00
OF9A xx00
OFAA xx00*
Are you sure?
When a new circuit board is introduced it is necessary to load
defaults. When loading defaults it must be stated on the OptiFresh
model plate. The correct model settings are not loaded until the
question ‘Are you sure?’ has been conrmed.
Attention:
Before you start changing the button- and/or receipt- settings, first
close the service menu, only after re-entering the service menu the
new model settings will be activated.
When you conrm this setting all loaded factory settings and
changed programmed values will be lost.
After loading defaults the PIN code reverts to 2-2-2-2-2 and the
language reverts to English. Change if necessary.
Load data
Pers. settings
This menu item is for loading personal settings to the device using
an SD memory card. This le contains the (amended) personal settings for menus: 2.4 Settings / 2/6 Descale-filter / 2.13 Additional
settings. The data le (Ofxxxx00.mdu) should be on the SD card.
Language
This menu item is for loading a different language set to the
device. The data le (xxxxxx.tlf) should be on the SD card.
Recipe
This menu item is for loading personal recipes to the device using
an SD memory card. This le contains the (amended) personal recipes for menus: 2.1 Quick recipe / 2.2 Button settings / 2.3 Recipe
settings. The data le (OFxxxx00.rcu) should be on the SD card.
Pers. settings
This menu item is for saving personal settings to an SD memory
card and copying them to another device.
All settings amended in menus: 2.4 Settings / 2.6 Descale-filter /
2.13 Additional settings are loaded to the SD card in one data le
(OFxxxx00.mdu).
Recipes
This menu item is for saving personal recipes to an SD memory
card and copying them to another device.
All settings amended in menus: 2.1 Quick recipe / 2.2 Button
settings/ 2.3 Recipe settings are loaded to the SD card in one data
le (OFxxxx00.rcu).
Repeat PIN code
Yes/no
Waste bin
Yes/no
Door switch
Yes/no
Brewer switch
Yes/no
Key switch
Yes/no
From software
V03.04
Shows the status of the sensors/switches
indicated
Outputs
KW1
Inlet valve (Boiler)
Test by holding
in recipe button
11.
DV1
Dispenser valve 1 (Brewer)
# During test the
display shows
the Nominal
current (mA)
When the
Nominal current
of a output rises
above the set
current *
mentioned output
will be shut off.
Main item
Yes/no
Yes/no
Drip tray sensor
DV2
# See chapter 3.2
Model code system
* available from
software version
3.08
Dispenser valve 2 (Mixer 2)
DV3
1
Description
400 mA
2.11 SD menu
Dispenser valve 3 (Mixer 3)
DV4
Dispenser valve 4 (Hot water)
DV5
Dispenser valve 5 (n/a)
DV6
Inlet valve 6 (Cold water) optional!
IM1 #
Ingredients motor 1 (Canister 1)
IM2 #
Ingredients motor 2 (Canister 2)
IM3 #
400 mA 1
IM4 #
Before saving
or loading data,
insert an empty SD
memory card into
the card reader .
Sub item
SD card
specications:
Ingredients motor 4 (Canister 4)
Memory Card
Save data
Clears log
- 16MB or greater
Caution: BM
goes through a
complete drinks
cycle.
IM5 #
Ingredients motor 5 (Canister 5)
IM6 #
Ingredients motor 6 (Canister 6)
BM #
800 mA
- FAT16 format
Memory Card
Brewer motor
Mixer motor 2
MM2 #
1000 mA 1
MM3 #
Mixer motor 3
Ventilator
200 mA
LED’s
Description
Saves last 20 error messages, including date and time
This is located
behind the stainless
steel panel on the
inside of the door.
Ingredients motor 3 (Canister 3)
Item
Ventilator
LED’s
Calib. valves
DV1
15 ml / sec
Calibrate to 150 ml (10 sec x 15 ml)
Test by holding
in recipe button
11 (for 1 sec.)
to open the relevant valve for
10 seconds.
DV2
15 ml / sec
Calibrate to 150 ml (10 sec x 15 ml)
This menu item is for changing the PIN code using buttons 1-4 only.
The entire service menu is accessed with this PIN code, which
prevents unintentional changes from being made to the machine
settings by untrained staff.
DV3
15 ml / sec
Calibrate to 150 ml (10 sec x 15 ml)
•
DV4
20 ml / sec
Calibrate to 200 ml (10 sec x 20 ml)
DV5
20ml / sec.
Calibrate to 200ml (10sec. x 20ml)
(Optional valve for Brewer By-pass)
DV6
42 ml / sec
Inlet valve cannot be calibrated (xed ow)
PIN code forgotten or needs to be deactivated?
The PIN code input display (operator menu item 1.7) shows a
number on the right. Enter the corresponding PIN code (see list on
p.63) to access the service menu. 64
2.12 Change PIN
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New PIN code
The ex-factory PIN code is 2-2-2-2-2
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Main item
Sub item
2.13 Addit. settings
Waste manag.
3.1 Quick recipe
Item
Range
Set
Description
Cup amount
0-1000
250
After reaching the set total of brewer
movements, dispensing is disabled and
the display reads: Out of order – Waste
bin full
0-100
20
Time-out reset
0-50 sec.
15 s
Yes/no
The operator of the device (end user) also has access to this quick recipe, which is found under
section 1.4 Quick recipe (see user manual). As supplier of the device, you can remove the quick recipe
from the operator menu if desired. Go to 2.4 Settings / 2.4.9 I/0 Quick recipe via the service menu
and change Yes into No.
After reaching the set total of brewer movements minus the hysteresis is, the display
shows: Waste bin almost full
Hysteresis
Waste bin sign..
First of all we would like to remind you that the cup volume (ml) and strength (%) can easily be set in
the service menu 2.1 Quick recipe (page 55 of this document).
The length of time that the waste bin is allowed to be removed (for emptying). When
replacing it the (internal) waste bin counter is
reset. Any display messages disappear.
Yes
Turns off waste bin sensor software (bypass).
From software
V3.08 (may 2009)
Cycle counter
Reset c. counter
xxxxx
xxxxx
0-30.000
20.000
Reset counter?
PIN Code Table
Table 1
The OptiFresh models have the following standard canister congurations (table 3a & 3b):
If the device is delivered with a different canister conguration this can be given a new number using
the model code system below.
1
OptiFresh 1
1A
FB Coffee
OptiFresh 2
2A
FB Coffee
Chocolate
OptiFresh 3
3A
FB Coffee
Chocolate
Topping
OptiFresh 4
4A
FB Coffee
Chocolate
Topping
Table 3a
When the set number of (Brewer) vends is
reached the display reads ‘Replace permanent lter’ when switching on.
Pincode
No.
Standard canister conguration
Model
code
Reset Cycle counter (Brewer)
Reset the permanent lter counter after
(preventative) replacement
No.
2
3
4
5
Suiker
Pincode
1
3
4
2
4
2
11
1
3
3
3
2
2
3
1
4
3
4
12
1
2
4
1
3
3
4
1
3
4
3
13
4
3
1
2
1
4
4
3
2
3
2
14
1
1
1
4
2
5
2
3
3
4
1
15
2
1
2
1
1
The OptiFresh models can be altered to one of below mentioned different canister congurations.
These models (table 4a & 4b) are implemented in the standard software.
Table 4a
Different canister conguration
Model
code
1
5A
FB Coffee
Topping
2
3
4
6
4
2
1
3
1
16
1
2
2
3
3
OptiFresh 2
7
2
4
2
4
4
17
3
4
1
4
4
OptiFresh 2
6A
FB Coffee
Instant Coffee
8
2
3
2
4
1
18
4
1
4
3
3
OptiFresh 3
7A
FB Coffee
Topping
Instant Coffee
9
2
4
3
2
3
19
3
1
2
4
1
10
3
1
3
3
2
20
2
2
3
2
4
OptiFresh 3
8A
FB Coffee
Instant Coffee
Chocolate
OptiFresh 3
AA
FB Coffee
Topping
Sugar
OptiFresh 4
9A
FB Coffee
Chocolate
Topping
Water
Quality
Water Hardness Table
This Cycle counter records the number of
vends the brewer has made. Tip: This counter
can be reset after maintenance if the brewer
has been checked.
Reset counter?
Perm.lter coun
Reset p. lter
0-99999
3.2 Model code system
Hardness
Limescale
Indicator ...cups
°D
°F
°C
mmol/l
mgCaCo3/l
Very hard
18-30
32-55
11-18
3,2-5,3
321- 536
5000
Hard
12-18
22-32
7-18
2,2-3,2
214-321
8500
Average
8-12
15-22
5-7
1,4-2,2
268-214
12.500*
Soft
4-8
7-15
2-5
0,7-1,4
72-268
20.500
Very soft
0-4
0-7
0-2
0- 0,7
0-72
0 = off
5
Instant Coffee
3.3 Button settings
Table 2
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The standard of programmed recipes (table 3) can easily be transferred over the 12 recipe buttons.
See service menu 2.2 Button settings (page 55).
The optional recipes table are already contained in the software and can easily be programmed under
one recipe button. See service menu 2.2 Button settings (page 55).
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3.3.1 Standard canister configuration
OptiFresh 1
OptiFresh 2
OptiFresh 3
OptiFresh 4
Model 1 A
Model 2 A
Model 3 A
Model 4 A
1
Fresh brew Coffee
Fresh brew Coffee
Fresh brew Coffee
Fresh brew Coffee
1
2
-
-
-
-
2
-
-
-
-
-
-
3
-
Chocolate
Chocolate
Chocolate
3
Topping
Instant Coffee
Instant Coffee
Chocolate
Sugar
Chocolate
4
-
-
Topping
Topping
4
-
-
Topping
Instant Coffee
Topping
Topping
5
-
-
-
Sugar
5
-
-
-
-
-
Instant Coffee
1
3
1
3
4
1
4
OptiFresh 4
Model 5 A
Model 6 A
Model 7 A
Model 8 A
Model A A
Model 9 A
Fresh brew Coffee
Fresh brew Coffee
Fresh brew Coffee
Fresh brew Coffee
Fresh brew Coffee
3
1
1
3
5
3
1
4
3
4
1
3
4
1
3
4
5
# Coffee
# Coffee
# Coffee
# Coffee
1
# Coffee
# Coffee
# Coffee
# Coffee
# Coffee
# Coffee
2
Espresso
Espresso
Coffee Milk
Coffee Milk
2
Coffee Milk
Espresso
Coffee Milk
Espresso
Coffee Milk
Coffee Milk
3
Double Espresso
Double Espresso
Espresso
Sugar
3
Espresso
Double Espresso
Espresso
Double Espresso
Sugar
Espresso
4
-
Hot Chocolate
Double Espresso
Milk & Sugar
4
Double Espresso
-
Double Espresso
Hot Chocolate
Milk & Sugar
Hot Chocolate
5
-
Coffee Choc
Hot Chocolate
Espresso
5
Cappuccino
-
Cappuccino
Coffee Choc
Espresso
Coffee Choc
6
-
-
Coffee Choc
Double Espresso
Cappuccino
7
-
-
Cappuccino
Hot Chocolate
8
-
-
Wiener Melange
Coffee Choc
9
-
-
-
Cappuccino
10
-
-
-
Wiener Melange
Standard recipes
1
6
Café au Lait
-
Café au Lait
-
Double Espresso
7
Latte Macchiato
Coffee inst.
Coffee inst.
Coffee inst.
Cappuccino
Coffee inst.
Espresso inst.
Coffee inst. Mlk
Espresso inst.
-
Coffee inst. Milk
8
9
-
Dub. Espresso inst.
Espresso inst.
Dub. Espresso inst.
-
Espresso inst.
10
-
-
Dub. Espresso inst.
-
-
Wiener Melange inst.
11
-
-
-
-
11
-
-
Cappuccino inst.
-
-
Cappuccino inst.
12
# Hot water
# Hot water
# Hot water
# Hot water
12
# Hot water
# Hot water
# Hot water
# Hot water
# Hot water
# Hot water
Cold Water *
Cold Water *
Cold Water *
Cold Water *
Cold Water *
Cold Water *
Cold Water *
Cold Water *
Cold Water *
Cold Water *
Jug of Coffee
Espresso Choc
Latte Macchiato
Latte Macchiato
Warm Milk
Jug of Coffee
Latte Macchiato
Espresso Choc
Latte Macchiato
Latte Macchiato
Jug of Coffee
Espresso Choc
Cappuccino Sugar
Jug of Coffee
Jug of Coffee inst.
Warm Milk
Jug of Coffee
Cappuccino Sugar
Espresso Choc
Jug of Hot Water
Chocolate Milk
Espresso Choc
Jug of Hot Water
Jug of Hot Water
Café au Lait inst.
Jug of Coffee inst.
Espresso Sugar
Chocolate Milk
Warm Milk
Espresso Sugar
Jug of Coffee
Jug of Hot Water
Warm Milk
Warm Milk
Café au Lait
Chocolate Milk
Jug of Coffee
Warm Milk
Jug of Hot Water
Jug of Hot Water
Café au Lait
Jug of Coffee
# = jug filled using key switch
Jug of Hot Water
* = only OptiFresh with cold water option
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Optional recipes
Standard recipes
OptiFresh 3
Fresh brew Coffee
1
3
Button
Optional recipes
OptiFresh 2
Button
1
Table 4b
Canisters
Canisters
Table 3b
3.3.2 Different canister configuration
Jug of Coffee inst.
Café au Lait
Café au Lait
Jug of Hot Water
Jug of Coffee
Wiener Melange
Jug of Hot Water
Café au Lait inst.
Latte Macchiato inst
# = jug filled using key switch
Jug of Coffee
* = only OptiFresh with cold water option
Jug of Coffee inst.
inst. = Recipe made with instant coffee
Jug of Hot Water
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3.4
Detailed recipe settings
3.6 Calibrating the hot water valves
To change detailed recipe settings (service menu 2.3) you rst need to be aware of the various parts
such as valves, brewer motor, ingredients motor and mixers that work together. See section 3.5
Timebar recipe settings.
The Brewer and Mixers are supplied with water by the Dispensing Valves (DV).
The following rules should be taken into consideration:
In the unlikely event that one of the valves needs replacing, it
should be calibrated to one of the dispensing speeds given in
gure 11 after it has been tted.
Water (valves) are easily set in millilitres.
Motor running times (Ingredients/Mixers/Brewer) are set in seconds (0.1 second steps)
When calibrating valves, use the special Valve Calibration
menu by opening the Service Menu and going to 2.7 Hardware Test / 2.7.2 Calibrating Valves.
All parameters (Water and Ingredients) are based on a 100 ml drink and the programme
automatically converts them to the cup volume as set in 1.4 / 2.1 Quick recipe and
2.2 Button settings.
The hot water dispensing valves are accessible by dismantling
the canister plateau behind the ingredients canisters.
If a drink contains DV1 and DV2, the total amount of water should always be 100 ml when
combined. For DV1, DV2 and DV3, this amount = > 100 ml.
A Rinse parameter is used to ensure that the brewer unit and mixers are properly rinsed after
making a drink. After the mixers are almost empty a small amount of hot water is dispensed to the
mixer so that it is as clean as possible on completion.
A realistic rinse value is 7.5 ml. Caution: this does not need to be deducted from the amount of water
as the programme does this automatically!
Example: Set parameter for DV1 = 100 ml, Rinse 1 = 7.5 ml -->
Programme carries out the following action: DV1 = 92.5 ml, Rinse 1 = 7.5
3.5 Timebar recipe settings
DV 1
Rinse 1 WT
Ingr. WT
Rinse 1
15ml/sec.
Rinse 2 WT
Ingr. WT
Ingredient 3
Ingr. WT
Ingredient 4
Mixer WT
Rinse 2
15ml/sec.
Mixer 2
Hot
DV 4
Cold
DV 6
www.Animo.eu / dealer log in: Extranet *
By Email
Rinse 3 WT Rinse 3
15ml/sec.
* User manuals, service manuals and software updates can be found on the Extranet section of www.
animo.eu. If you do not have access, please request your personal login code on our website.
OptiFresh 4
Unit 2
Unit 1
Ingredient 5
3
Unit 3
4
5
Ingredient 6
Mixer WT
Mixer 3
DV 1
DV 4 WT
Memory Card
The device has four standard languages (NL/GB/D/F).
The device can easily be installed with another language set (if available).
A new language file can be made available as follows:
DV 2
Brewer
1
Ingr. WT
Type:
SD
Capacity: 16Mb or bigger
Format: FAT (no FAT32 or NTFS)
4.3 Installing a language
OptiFresh 3
Unit 3
4.1 Memory card
Mixer 2
DV 3
Ingr. WT
4. SOFTWARE
Ingredient 2
DV 2
DV 3 WT
Fig. 11
3
DV 1
Unit 2
DV 5 = 20ml/sec. (Option Brewer By-pass)
By Email
Ingredient 1
Start1 Pause1 Start2 Pause2 Start3 Pause3 Start4 Pause4
DV 2 WT
DV 3 = 15ml/sec. (Mixer 3)
www.Animo.eu / dealer log in: Extranet *
Unit 2
1
Ingr. WT
DV 2 = 15ml/sec. (Mixer 2)
The device can easily be installed with new software, which is made available as follows:
OptiFresh 2
Unit 1
Unit 1
DV 4 = 20ml/sec. (Hot water)
4.2 Installing software
OptiFresh 1
DV 1WT
DV 1 = 15ml/sec. (Brewer)
DV 4
20ml/sec. (Hot water)
Brewer
DV 5 WT
DV 5
20ml/sec. (By-pass option brewer)
DV 6 WT
DV 6
42ml/sec. (Cold water option)
70
Fig. 9
DV 2
DV 3
Mixer 2
Hot
DV 4
Mixer 3
Cold
DV 6
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Water filter
We strongly advise you to use a water softener and/or water lter if the mains water is heavily
chlorinated or is too hard. This increases the quality of the drink and will ensure that you do not have
to descale the device too often.
5.0 SERVICE
WARNING
•
In order to descale the water reservoir, the device must be opened. This will expose live parts of
the machine, which can be touched easily. This may lead to highly dangerous situations!
In some cases, a substitute brewer is used during maintenance. The brewer removed can then be
repaired in the workshop before being used again during the next service.
WARNING
•
The device must not be submerged or hosed down.
•
Always stay with the device during maintenance work.
5.2.2 Servicing
For an estimated total of < 25000 cups a year we recommend one service a year.
For an estimated total of > 25000 cups a year we recommend two services a year.
5.1 Setting a service parameter
During installation, set a parameter for the device to be
ON/OFF
serviced. See Service Menu item 2.8 Descale / lter. Use the
table below to set the correct service parameter.
Service activity
Descale
Service parameter reached?
The dispensed drinks are counted during use. If the service
parameter is reached the display shows the following
message: Descale / filter (g. 12).
The message indicates that the device must be descaled.
If a water lter is tted (recommended), this is also an
indication that the lter must be replaced.
'() * Very hard
Brewer
Fig. 12
Hardness
Service Indicator (cups)
°D
°F
mmol/l
mgCaCo3/l
18-30
32-55
3,2-5,3
321- 536
Time
Hard
12-18
22-32
2,2-3,2
214-321
8500
Average
8-12
15-22
1,4-2,2
268-214
12.500*
Soft
4-8
7-15
0,7-1,4
72-268
20.500
Very soft
0-4
0-7
0- 0,7
0-72
0 = uit
Table 5
Animo descaler
49007
Valve seal set
Permanent lter
OptiFresh
1
2
3
4
99673
2x
3x
3x
4x
03374
1x
1x
1x
1x
Wiper
03380
1x
1x
1x
1x
Seals
03375
1x
1x
1x
1x
Animo cleaner
49009
Mixer fan
03254
-
1x
1x
2x
Mounting ring (incl.
seals).
03253
-
1x
1x
2x
10 min.
Check Motor axis for dirt and wear and tear.
Replace green mounting ring.
Replace mixer rotor.
Clean mixer parts.
Grease water connection using silicone grease).
5000
Art. No.:
15 min.
Replace a number of parts.
Clean the brewer.
Check that it is working correctly.
Adjust brewer unit tensile strength if
necessary.
Mixers
Product
45 min.
Descale boiler system (see service manual).
Use valve seal set if necessary.
Water hardness table
Water
Quality
Brewer unit
Inspection (general)
Check that the entire machine is working.
Check parts for damage/wear and tear and/
or leaks.
Cleaning (general)
5.2 Preventative maintenance
Brewer and mixer unit as for weekly cleaning.
The entire interior and exterior of the machine.
5.2.1 Service contracts
PREFACE
Table 6
Preventative maintenance will lengthen the life cycle of the device and reduce the chance of
malfunction. Before carrying out maintenance, read the safety instructions in the user manual, service
manual, and recommended cleaning agents. User manuals, service manuals and software updates
can be found on the Extranet section of www.animo.eu. If you do not have access, please request
your personal login code on our website.
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6. Pour the acid solution into the reservoir (g. 14-1).
The acid solution will now react with the lime scale.
WARNING
•
Do not leave the device during maintenance work.
•
When descaling always follow the instructions for
the descaler used.
•
It is advisable to wear safety goggles and protective
gloves when descaling.
•
After descaling, allow the device to run a minimum
of three times.
•
Wash hands thoroughly after descaling.
•
The device must not be submerged or hosed down.
7. Leave the solution to soak for a minimum of 10
minutes, until the foaming has stopped.
8. Use a brush to spread the acid over the level
electrodes during the soaking time (g. 14-2).
9. Put the plug in the socket again and turn on the
device so that the reservoir warms up.
1
Attention:
Hot !
Animo supplies Descaler in the following quantities:
Descaler 48 x 50g sachets (Art. No. : 49007)
•
Descaler 1kg tube (Art. No. 00009)
2
10. Activate the BREWER cleaning programme
(g. 14-3), so that the acid solution leaves the water
reservoir via the BREWER VALVES. Place a
drip tray under both outlets (g. 14-4) and follow the
instructions on the display.
11. Activate the MIXER cleaning programme (g. 14-5),
so that the acid solution leaves the water reservoir
via the MIXER VALVES. Place a drip tray under
both outlets (g. 14-4) and follow the instructions on
the display.
5.3 Descaling instructions
•
1
3
12. Turn off the device and allow the reservoir to empty
completely using the tap (g. 14-1).
Time required, products and tools:
•
Time: approximately 45 minutes
•
Animo Descaler x 2 sachets or 8-10 dessert spoons
•
Drip tray of approximately 1.5 litres
•
Bucket or basin at hand
13. Turn on the device again; the reservoir will rell with
clean water. Repeat instruction 10 one more time to
rinse the reservoir completely free of acid.
2
15. Activate the BREWER cleaning programme
(g. 14-3), so that valves and pipe systems are
rinsed clean. Place a drip tray under both outlets
(g. 14-4).
1. Switch on the device and let it warm up.
The advantage of this is that the reservoir is properly
warmed in advance, which achieves a better result
during descaling.
4
16. Activate the MIXER programme (g. 14-5), so that
valves and pipe systems are rinsed clean. Place the
measuring jug under the outlet (g. 14-6).
2. Switch off the device and pull the plug out of the
socket.
5
17. Repeat the above descaling procedure if lime scale
is still present in the reservoir.
3. Dispense one litre of hot water from the water
reservoir using the tap at the front of the device
(g. 13-1).
18. Screw the lid back onto the reservoir and replace
the rear plate.
4. Remove the rear plate (g. 13-2) and unscrew the
reserve lid (g. 13-3). Take care: HOT!
5. Before going any further, read the warnings and
instructions for use on the Animo Descaler sachets
before dissolving two 50g sachets in the measuring
jug (8-10 dessert spoons).
14. Turn on the device again; the reservoir will rell with
clean water. Allow the water reservoir to heat up.
3
19. Clear the service parameter counter in the Service
Menu 2.6 Descale / filter /2.6.2 Reset service
counter.
20. The device is now ready for use again.
.
6
Fig. 14
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6. COMPONENT ACCESSIBILITY
6.1 Electronics summary
WARNING
During repairs or maintenance work, avoid electrostatic
discharge (ESD) on the control unit.
Control unit ........................................ 6.1.1
Onterface board ................................ 6.1.2
Display
Power supply 230Vac:24V 65W ........ 6.1.3
Dispensing valves
Key switch
Service panel
Ingredient motors
Circuit board
Ventilator
Brewer
6.1.1 Control unit
This control unit is the device’s main control unit and
is accessible by removing the left side panel (g. 16a).
The following important parts can be found in the main
control unit (g. 16):
Main switch
Fuse (6, 3A t): to safeguard the power supply to the
control unit.
Battery: to maintain the clock and counter function
when there is no power supply to the device.
Waste bin senso
+5V
GND
LB
GND
LSL
GND
LSH
GND
AS
BS
DS
Water reservoir
TEMP1
1
2
J16
BATT
+
KW1
KW2
KW3
DV1
DOSING VALVES
Level / NTC
Boil dry safety
OUTPUTS
J7
MIX/BR 18
17
MIX2 16
15
MIX3 14
13
12
IM1
11
10
IM2
9
8
IM3
7
6
IM4
5
4
IM5
3
2
IM6
1
Fig. 16a
J2
INLET
VALVES
MICROCONTROLLER
24V power supp
COMMUNICATION
INPUTS
Power relay
G13
INGREDIENT MOTORS
Brewer motor
MDB
RS232
SENSORS
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
CSI
USB
MIXERS
Door switch
KEY / DISPLAY
1 J12
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
DV2
DV3
DV4
DV5
DV6
18
17
16
15
14
13
12
11
10
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
J4
FAN
2
1
HEATER
RELAIS
Control unit
4
3
2
1
J15
Drip tray full sensor
F1
POWER SUPPLY
F6,3AT
Inlet valve
76
Fig. 15
J1
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24V DC
1
2
3
4
GND
+24Vdc
J6
Fig. 16
77
6.1.2 Interface / Display
6.2 Main circuit board entrances
The interface (g. 17) connects all components found
inside and on the door with the main control unit via a
at cable.
Connector J12
Connector J7
Animo OptiFresh
JP3
DISPLAY
KEYSWITCH
JP2
Fig. 17a
TO MAIN PC BOARD
J3
SERVICE KEYBOARD
Colour
Comments
3
Drip tray sensor
4
Drip tray sensor Mass
Black
5
Level sensor Low
Brown
6
Level sensor Mass
Green
7
Level sensor High
White
8
-
9
Waste bin switch
Pink
Waste bin in position; contact
closed
10
Brewer switch
Grey
Brewer in home position;
contact closed
11
Door switch
Orange
Door closed; contact closed
12-18
-
Yellow
SD-READER
SD Memory Card
KEYBOARD
JP4
Connector J16 (till aug 2009)
J4
Fig. 17
6.1.3 Power supply
Sensor
Colour
1
NTC sensor
Violet
2
NTC sensor
Violet
Comments
Connector J18 (from aug 2009)
During an overload the power supply automatically
switches off. Reset the power supply by turning the
main switch off and on.
Pin
Sensor
Colour
1
NTC sensor
Violet
2
-
-
3
NTC sensor
Violet
Comments
J18
J16
BATT
+
Battery B1
+24V
TEMP1
The 24 V DC power supply (g. 18) consists of a
24V DC 65W switch mode power supply and can be
accessed by removing the rear plate. The power supply
is located under the main circuit.
Pin
1 +5V
2 GND
3 LB
4 GND
5 LSL
6 GND
7 LSH
8 GND
9 AS
10 BS
11 DS
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
J7
1
1 2
2 3
INPUTS
-
J2
C
J1
Sensor
1-2
SENSORS
MAIN BOARD
J14
Pin
KEY / DISPLAY
1 J12
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
Connector cable between the main circuit and door circuit
GND
Lithium 3V Type CR2025
Art. No. 02816
1
Fuse F1
6,3A slow
Art. No. 03391
F1
F6,3AT
Connector J1
Fig. 18
84-265 Vac
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Pin
Colour
1
Mass (GND)
2
Mass (GND)
Black
3
+24V DC
Red
4
+24V DC
Red
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1
2
3
4
Comments
Black
24V DC
Fig. 18a
J1
Fig. 19
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6.3 Main circuit board exits
6.4 Main circuit board communication
Connector J2
Communication
Pin
Motor
Colour
Comments
Conn
17-18
Brewer / Mixer 1
Black
Correct direction of rotation = red wire (+24VDC)
NOT on red spot of the
Brewer Motor
G13
Coin tester NRI G13
MDB
Coin changer NRI C2
Mixer 2
Violet
13-14
Mixer 3
Pink
Ingredient Motor 1
Brown
9-10
Ingredient Motor 2
Green
7-8
Ingredient Motor 3
White
5-6
Ingredient Motor 4
Yellow
3-4
Ingredient Motor 5
Grey
1-2
Ingredient Motor 6
Take care to rotate in
the right direction!
Shared +24 DC (red wire)
on red spot on Mixer and
Ingredients Motor.
INGREDIENT MOTORS
11-12
CSI
MIXERS
15-16
-
MIX/BR 18
17
MIX2 16
15
MIX3 14
13
12
IM1
11
10
IM2
9
8
IM3
7
6
IM4
5
4
IM5
3
2
IM6
1
Violet
15-16
KW 2
-
13-14
KW 3
-
11-12
DV 1 (brewer valve)
Brown
9-10
DV 2 (mixer 2 valve)
White
7-8
DV 3 (mixer 3 valve)
Yellow
5-6
DV 4 (hot water tap)
Green
3-4
DV 5
Grey
1-2
DV 6 (cold water tap
-
Comments
Red wire is a shared
(24VDC) connection
-
KW1
KW2
KW3
DV1
DOSING VALVES
Colour
KW 1 (inlet valve)
INLET
VALVES
Valve
17-18
OUTPUTS
Pin
DV2
DV3
DV4
DV5
DV6
Comments
Red
Ventilator
1
Colour
Comments
Fig. 21
Before searching for the defect, check that all parts are in their correct position. To do this, remove
the device’s rear plate and check that all printed circuit boards, connectors, wire beams and pipes are
mounted correctly.
After carrying out a general parts inspection, use section 7.3 Troubleshooting analysis to verify the
probable cause of the problem.
#) If the column solution advises replacement of the part concerned, there is always the possibility
that the defect may be caused by another problem. The functioning of the device should therefore be
thoroughly tested to make sure that the defect does not reappear.
7.1 Read log
The last 20 error messages displayed during use are
registered and saved (g. 22).
H1
H2/3
4
3
2
1
Number
To read out these error messages activate the menu item 2.8.
The rst error is the most recent error message.
•
The rst line shows the same error codes listed in
the troubleshooting analysis table (see section 7.3)
•
The second line shows the date and time at which the
error message occurred.
7.2 Clear log
Power relay (element)
Power relay
Fig. 20
-
1
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Time
Fig. 22
Use the Clear log function in service menu 2.9 to clear the log.
White
2
Trouble code
!
"#$$#"% $&$
Date
J6
Red
3
Future port
Preface
J15
HEATER
RELAIS
Relay
4
USB
When carrying out repairs and cleaning the device, the plug should always be removed from the
wall socket before the device is opened.
2
1
Orange
Connector J6
Pin
Future port
COMMUNICATION
WARNING
J4
Colour
FAN
2
Future port
RS232
G13
RS232
Available from software
V3.04.
CSI
MDB
7. TROUBLESHOOTING
18
17
16
15
14
13
12
11
10
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
Connector J15
Motor
OPTIONAL
USB
J2
Connector J4
Pin
Comments
81
7.3 Troubleshooting
Display
messages
and errors
Possible cause
Display
messages
and errors
Action
When used for the rst time: boiler
is still empty and is being lled.
No action required. When boiler reaches
the appropriate level, the display will show
'Boiler is heating up'.
During use: boiler is not lling
up or is lling up too slowly. After
60 sec. the display will show 'E3
Level error'.
Check the water pressure, turn the water
supply tap completely open and check the
connection tube for any kinks.
Out of order
Boiler heating
The boiler temperature is
(temporarily) too low because too
much water has been used.
Once the temperature is restored, the
message automatically disappears and the
drink selection buttons are reactivated.
Out of order
Drip tray full
Drip tray full.
Once the drip tray is emptied, the message
automatically disappears and the drink
selection buttons are reactivated.
Out of order
Waste bin full
The maximum number of coffee
cups that the waste bin can hold
has been reached.
Empty waste bin. The cup counter is
automatically reset when the waste bin is
replaced.
Out of order
Waste bin is missing
Waste bin is not detected.
Check the waste bin.
Out of order
Door open
For safety reasons, the machine
automatically switches off if the
door is opened.
The machine can be operated with the door
open by using the door pin (User manual:
section 8.1 ).
Out of order
Stand-by
The machine is on standby.
This function can be set manually or automatically.
Out of order
E1 Level error
Minimum electrode error: minimum electrode detects no water
but maximum electrode does. Inlet
valve shuts.
Check that the level sensors are functioning. See service menu 2.7 Hardware test.
Switch the device off and on again.
Out of order
E2 Level error
Maximum electrode error:
maximum electrode not reached
within 30 sec. Inlet valve shuts.
Boiler lls up too slowly. Water
pressure has dropped or the water
tank (stand-alone) is empty.
Check the water pressure, turn the water
supply tap completely open and check the
connection tube for any kinks. Switch the
device off and on again.
Electrode error: minimum
electrode not reached within 90
sec. Boiler lls up too slowly
Water pressure has dropped or
the water tank (stand-alone) is
empty.
Check the water pressure, turn the water
supply tap completely open and check the
connection tube for any kinks. Switch the
device off and on again.
Out of order
Boiler lling
Out of order
E3 Level error
82
Possible cause
Action
Check the brewer motor function in the
service menu 2.7 Hardware test. Switch
the device off and on again.
Out of order
E4 Brewer error
Out of order
E5 Brewer error
Check uted pin of Brewer motor.
Replace if broken (g 23).
Brewer was not started from its
initial position. Brewer motor not
turning.
Check the brewer switch.
When brewer motor is in its home position,
switch lever must fall into driving wheel
notch (g. 24A). Contact must be closed.
When brewer motor rotates, switch lever
must be pressed IN (g. 24B). Contact
must be open.
Check the brewer switch and brewer motor
function in the service menu 2.7 Hardware
test. Switch the device off and on again.
Brewer was not returned to its
initial position.
Check uted pin of Brewer motor.
Replace if broken (g. 23).
Check the temperature sensor function in
the service menu 2.7 Hardware test.
Check if power relay / SSR switches
normally.
Temperature sensor or power
relay problem.
09/2009 Rev. 1.1
Out of order
E6 Boiler temp
From Machine 1S06945 number
the power relay is replaced by a
solid state relay (SSR)
Check if the steam thermostat in the overow pipe has been triggert.
Reset if necessary.
Check that the brewer unit is secured
properly in the holder. Remove the brewer
and repair the obstruction. Switch the
device off and on again.
Out of order
E7 BM error
The Brewer motor stuck. Brewer
motor exit overload (power too
high). Control unit has switched off
the exit.
Check that the wiper is placed between the
wiper arms. Remove the brewer and repair
the obstruction. Switch the device off and
on again.
Coffee Filter is clogged up with coffee
stains. Piston must pull (vacuum) too hard.
Clean or replace the lter.
Turn machine off and on again.
Out of order
E8 Mixer 2 error
09/2009 Rev. 1.1
Mixer 2 motor stuck. Mixer 2 motor exit overload (power too high).
Control unit has switched off the
exit.
83
Check if Mixer 2 is unclean or incorrectly
tted. Clean and/or check whether the rotor
can run freely. Switch the device off and on
again.
Possible cause
Action
Out of order
E9 Mixer 3 error
Mixer 3 motor stuck. Mixer 3
motor exit overload (power too
high). Control unit has switched off
the exit.
Check if Mixer 3 is unclean or incorrectly
tted. Clean and/or check whether the rotor
can run freely. Switch the device off and on
again.
Out of order
E10 Valve error
Valve exit overload (power too
high). Control unit has switched off
the exit.
Check valves and wiring for leakage.
Switch the device off and on again.
Out of order
E11 Ingr. m error
Ingredient motor stuck. Ingredient
motor exit overload (power too
high). Control unit has switched off
the exits.
Check the driving motor function in service
menu 2.7 Hardware test. Empty the
Canister(s) and clean thoroughly. See
User manual section 8.9 Cleaning the
canister(s). Switch the device off and on
again.
Out of order
E12 Fan error
Fan exit overload (power too
high). Control unit has switched off
the exits.
Check the ventilator and wiring for leakage.
Switch the device off and on again.
Out of order
E13 Mixer error
Brewer and Mixer exit group
overload (power too high).
(power too high). Control unit has
switched off the exits.
Carry out the inspection actions as
described for E7, E8 and E9. Switch the
device off and on again.
Ingredient motor and ventilator
exit group overload (power too
high). Control unit has switched off
the exits.
Carry out the inspection actions as
described for E11 and E12. Switch the
device off and on again.
Valve exit group overload
(power too high). Control unit has
switched off the exits.
Carry out the inspection actions as
described for E10. Switch the device off
and on again.
Out of order
E16 Level error
Electrode error; Max. and Min.
Electrode both suddenly detect no
water level. Inlet valve shuts.
Make sure if the boiler does not leaks.
Check the water pressure, turn the water
supply tap completely open and check the
connection tube for any kinks. Switch the
device off and on again.
Out of order
E17 MDB error
There is no communication between machine and MDB payment
system
Check the connection between the
machine and MDB payment system.
Out of order
E14 Output err.
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m
nc
no
Display
messages
and errors
P
ø
ø
A
B
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g. 24
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8. PAYMENT SYSTEMS
8.1.3 Activating existing tokens
8.1 Coin mechanism (optional)
The token shown here (g. 28) is programmed in
the coin mechanism as standard.
The OptiFresh is available with an optional coin
mechanism suitable for euros (€0.05 - €2.00). Other
currencies are available on request.
The coin mechanism can also easily be programmed to
accept tokens.
It is also possible to have an existing device tted
with the coin mechanism. The right-hand side panel is
replaced by a wider side panel, which houses the coin
mechanism and slot (g. 25).
1. Coin insert
2. Return button
3. Return slot
4. Money drawer
5. Door lock (also locks the money drawer)
1
Congure the service menu as described in the
following section from point 4.
8.1.4 Programming a new token
3
Required: 10 tokens
Attention: remember the DIL switch positions
for any rejected coins. Leave S1.10 ON!
4
5
8.1.1 Standard configuration
8.1.2 Rejecting coins
S1
DIL +
S1-1
S1-7
€ 0,10
S1-2
S1-8
€ 0,20
S1-3
S2-1
€ 0,50
S1-4
S2-2
€ 1,00
S1-5
S2-3
€ 2,00
S1-6
S2-4
-
S2-5
Token Eagle
-
S2-6
Token new
-
S2-7
Token new
-
S2-8
8.1.5
Fig. 30
Open the service menu
Set a price using menu 2.2 Button settings / Button
1-12 / Price (e.g. € 0.50)
A
Fig. 26
The recipe buttons are activated after sufcient
euros or tokens have been inserted!
S1
Example: Reject €1 and €2 euro coins (g. 27)
S1-5, S2-3 -> ON (€ 1,00 rejected)
S1-6, S2-4 -> ON (€ 2,00 rejected)
S2
Fig. 27
86
10x
10x
Accepting Euros and Tokens
Carry out section 8.1.3 and 8.1.4 beforehand.
ON = rejected / OFF = accepted
Fig. 29
5. The device now accepts the token as a method of
payment.
DIL
Token 607
S2
4. Service menu: change coin channel 6 (menu item
2.5 Payment system) from €2 to TOKEN.
If desired, certain types of euro coins can be rejected by
using DIL-Switch block S1 + S2 (g. 26).
€ 0,05
2. Insert a minimum of ten tokens (Fig. 30). These
ten tokens should not be the same. After the ten
tokens have been inserted the (internal) reject coil
will be automatically drawn.
3. End programming by switching the DIL switch S2-9
downwards to OFF. If saved successfully, the reject
coil will be drawn once again. After this, switch S2-7
OFF again. (To halt programming, rst switch S2-7
and then S2-9 to OFF).
S2
Coin
S1
1. The following DIL switches on Switch Block S2
should be facing upwards and switch to ON (g. 29).
a) First switch S2-9 Teach Mode to ON
b) Then, switch S2-7 coin channel 6 (TM) to ON
Fig. 25
Fig. 24 shows the standard conguration of the DIL
switches, S1-10 ON
The coin mechanism is connected to the device with a
connector (Fig. 26A).
Fig. 28
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8.1.6 Accepting Tokens only
8.2 Coin changer (optional)
Carry out sections 8.1.3 and 8.1.4 beforehand.
The OptiFresh is available with an optional coin changer
suitable for euros (€0.05 - €2.00). Other currencies are
available on request.
1. Open the service menu
2. Set to TOKEN using menu 2.2 Button settings /
Button 1-12 / Price.
The coin changer has 6 coin tubes (€ 0.05 / 2x 0.10 /
0.20 / 0.50 / 1,00).
3. Block the €0.05 - €2 coins using the coin mechanism
DIL switches and the table below.
1
2
1. Return button
4. The recipe buttons are only activated after a token is
inserted!
2. Coin insert
3. Lock
Coin
DIL
+
€ 0,05
S1-1
S1-7
€ 0,10
S1-2
S1-8
€ 0,20
S1-3
S2-1
€ 0,50
S1-4
S2-2
€ 1,00
S1-5
S2-3
€ 2,00
S1-6
S2-4
4. Change
DIL
3
4
Fig. 32
ON = rejected / OFF = accepted
8.1.7 Cleaning the coin holder
From time to time, the coin mechanism should be
cleaned with a light, damp cloth (lukewarm water
containing a mild cleaning agent).
No further maintenance is necessary.
8.2.1 Troubleshooting
In order to diagnose the cause of the fault in detail,
please refer the NRI technical Documentation.
ATTENTION
The cloth should not be too wet as any liquid that
gets into the device will damage the printed circuit
board.
Do not use any solvents or scouring agents that may
damage the
A
1. Turn off the device.
2. Take the coin mechanism out of the side panel.
3. Carefully open the coin holder valve (g. 31A) and
hold it open.
Fig. 31
4. Clean the coin holder with a cloth and close the
valve again.
5. Turn on the device again.
Fig. 33
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Animo B.V. Headofce
Dr. A.F. Philipsweg 47
P.O. Box 71
9400 AB Assen
The Netherlands
Tel. no. +31 (0)592 376376
Fax no. +31 (0)592 341751
E-mail: info@animo.nl
Internet: http://www.animo.eu
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