9.3 PROGRAMMING SECTION
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VEC 9.3 Control Board Operation
The VEC 9.3 controller operates via a 3-button programming system:
Row 1 (all selection buttons in top row) – Increase/Decrease
Row 2 (all selection buttons in middle row) – Enter and/or Save
Row 3 (all selection buttons in bottom row) – Escape/Exit
In order to access the mode functions, open the inner door. Locate the mode button. Press
the mode button one time. Row 1 will take you through the modes.
The available modes are:
Diagnostics
Coin Payout
Tube Fill
Test Mode
Cash Data
Sales Data
Set Price
Space to Sales
Configuration
Set Data Password
Set Language
Set Clock *
Lighting *
Refrigeration**
Sales Block 1 *
Sales Block 2 *
Discount *
Override **
Return
* These modes will only appear when the Timing Features in Configuration are turned ON.
** Limited options will appear in these modes depending on whether the Timing Features
are ON/OFF.
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Diagnostics
See inner door of vendor for errors and how to clear them.
Coin Payout
Allows you to payout coin tubes.
• Press (2) to enter into Coin Payout mode.
• Press (1) to choose denomination.
• Press (2) to dispense displayed denomination.
• Press (3) to exit mode.
Tube Fill
Allows you to fill coin tubes via external coin insert. This is the recommended way to fill the
coin tubes because the control board is able to keep an accurate count of the coins.
• Press (2) to enter into Tube Fill mode.
• Insert coins into coin insert slot and the controller will “count” the number of coins
going into the coin mechanism.
Test Mode
Allows you to test vend a column, selection switches, sold-out switches, display,
refrigeration relay, light relay, heater relay and temperature sensor (temperature reading).
Vend Testing
• At Test mode, press (2)
• Display will read column X
• Press (1) to choose desired column
• Press (2) to vend
§ If motor vends OK, DISPLAY will read “Motor OK”
§ If motor does not test OK
§ Failed “Motor not Found” will be displayed, or
§ Failed “Bad Cam Switch” will be displayed
Selection Switch Testing
• At Test mode, press (2)
• At Test mode – Vending, press (1)
• Test Mode Switches will be displayed. Press (2).
• Press desired selection switch to be tested.
Test Mode - Relays
Allows you to test compressor, fan, lights and heater
• At Test mode, press (2)
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Press (1) until display reads Test Mode - Relays
Press (2)
To advance through sub-modes, press (1)
To test compressor, press (2) at Compressor prompt
To test optional* evaporator fan relay, press (2) at Fan prompt
To test lighting system, press (2) at Light prompt
To test optional heater, press (2) at Heater prompt
To exit sub-modes, press (3)
* The fan relay is an optional feature that is not currently available.
Test Mode – Temp
Allows you to test the temperature sensor by giving a reading of the current cabinet temperature
of the vendor.
• At Test mode, press (2)
• Press (1) until display reads “Test Mode - Temp”
• Press (2)
• Display will read current temperature in Fahrenheit as well as Celsius
• To exit mode, press (3)
Cash Data
Allows you to retrieve historical information regarding the money accepted by the vendor. To
clear the individual selection cash data, you must have the MIS Auto Reset in the
Configuration mode turned ON.
• Press (2) when the display reads Cash Data.
• The non-resettable historical data is displayed.
• To display resettable individual selections, press (1)
• To reset historical data, make sure the MIS Auto Reset is turned ON in the configuration
mode.
• To exit mode, press (3)
Sales Data
Allows you to retrieve historical information regarding the number of units sold by the
vendor. To clear the individual selection sales data, you must have the MIS Auto Reset in
the Configuration mode turned ON.
• Press (2) when the display reads Sales Data.
• The non-resettable historical data is displayed.
• To display resettable individual selections, press (1)
• To reset historical data, make sure the MIS data reset is turned ON in the Configuration
mode.
• To exit mode, press (3)
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Set Price
Allows you to set the vend price of each selection. In this mode, you have the option of
pricing each selection button at the same vend price or price each selection button
independently.
• Press (2) when display reads Set Price
• Pressing (1) will allow you to choose selections or ALL
• Pressing (2) will start the current vend price flashing
• Press (1) to increase/decrease the price
• Press (2) to save your new programmed price
• Press (3) to exit mode
Space to Sales
Allows you to program which column will vend when you choose a desired selection button.
There are 6 preset configurations (See inner door label for preset options). You also have
the option of doing a custom space to sales. To change current setting:
• Press (2) at Space to Sales prompt
• Press (2) to change current setting
• Press (1) to scroll through available settings
• Press (2) to save setting
• Press (3) to exit mode
Configuration
There are various options that you can turn ON/OFF. The options are:
Multi-Price
ON = You have the ability to program each selection price independently.
OFF = All selections will be set to the same price as selection 1.
Timing Features*
ON = Gives you access to the Clock settings and its associated modes.
OFF = Clock settings and its associated modes are hidden.
Door Summary
ON = The sales and cash data are displayed as soon as the outer door is opened or by
activating the door switch.
OFF = The sales and cash data is not displayed when the door is opened.
MIS Data Reset
ON = After you check the sales and cash data, press the door switch and the individual
selection data will be reset back to zero.
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OFF = The sales and cash data will not be reset by activating the door switch.
Consumer Overpay
ON = A dollar bill will be accepted even if the correct change light is on and there is
insufficient change in the coin tubes.
OFF = A vend will not be allowed when the correct change light is on and the consumer
attempts to use the dollar bill validator.
Save Credit
ON = The credit that is established will remain indefinitely or until someone either makes
a vend or presses the coin return button.
OFF = The credit that is established will be displayed for five minutes or until someone
either makes a vend or presses the coin return button – whichever comes first.
Force Vend
ON = The consumer will not be able to insert a dollar into the validator, hit the coin return
and receive change without attempting a vend first.
OFF = The consumer can insert a bill into the validator, press the coin return button and
immediately receive change.
Multi-Vend
ON = The consumer may insert enough credit to make multiple vends. The credit will
remain on the display until an additional vend is made or the coin return button is
pressed.
OFF = The consumer is allowed to make a single vend and the credit (if applicable), will
be returned after the completion of the vend.
Deny Escrow
ON = The validator will stack all bills received.
OFF = The validator will not stack the bills, rather it will hold them in escrow until a vend
is complete.
SO Indicator
ON = A small symbol will appear in the lower right hand corner of the display when at
least one column is sold out or the machine detects an error.
OFF = The symbol will not appear.
Count by Selection/Price
COUNT BY SELECTION = The individual sales and cash data will be reported in unit
sales.
COUNT BY PRICE = The individual sales and cash data will be reported by vend price.
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To adjust any of the settings, press (2) at Configuration mode.
Press (1) to scroll through the modes.
Press (2) to change the mode. The current setting will begin to flash.
Press (1) to change current setting.
Press (2) to save change.
• Press (3) to exit sub-mode.
Closed Door Password
Allows you to set a password to access sales data only when the door is closed. Please
note that this function will not work if the vend price is set at 0.00.
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Press (2) at Closed Door Password mode.
The current password will be displayed.
To change current password, press (1) while each digit is flashing
Press (2) to save and advance to next digit.
Press (2) after the 4 th digit to exit mode
Set Language
Allows you to program different languages on the controller. The current languages available
are English, Spanish and French.
• Press (2) at Set Language mode.
• The current language will be displayed.
• To change current language, press (2) to start the language flashing.
• Press (1) to choose a language.
• Press (2) to save the language change.
• Press (3) to exit mode.
Set Clock
If the Timing Features in the Configuration mode are turned ON, you will have access to
this mode. This mode allows you to set the current month, day, year, hour and minute.
To set the clock:
• Press (2) at the Set Clock prompt. You will be able to scroll through the following options
by pressing (1)
• Enable ON/OFF - This will turn the clock timer on or off.
• MM/DD/YYYY HH:MM - This is the current time & date.
• Daylight Savings
• To change current setting, press (2)
• The current setting will begin to flash.
• Press (1) to change current setting
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Press (2) to save current setting.
Lighting
If the Timing Features in the Configuration mode are turned ON, you will have access to
this mode. This mode allows you to turn the lights on/off with the internal timer.
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Press (2) when the display reads Start Time
Press (2) at Start Time
Press (2) at Start Day
Scroll through the days of the week or ‘all’ with (1)
To change current setting, press (2)
Change setting with (1)
Save changes with (2)
Press (1) at Start 00.00
Press (2) to change time
Press (1) to set time
Press (2) to save
Press (3) to exit mode
Repeat process with Stop Time
Refrigeration
If the Timing Features in the Configuration mode are turned OFF, you will only have access
to the following two modes:
Fahrenheit and Celsius
Set Point Temperature
To change the degree scale:
• Press (2) when the display reads Refrigeration
• The display will show the current degree scale (Celsius or Fahrenheit)
• Press (2) and the degree scale will begin to flash
• Press (1) to choose your setting
• Press (2) to save your setting
• Press (3) to exit and return the display to Refrigeration
To change the set point temperature:
• Press (2) when the display reads Refrigeration or press (1) when the degree scale is
displayed in a steady state (not flashing)
• The display will read Set Point XX with the current setting displayed.
• To change the setting press (2) and the current set point temperature will begin to
flash
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Press (1) to increase the set point
Releasing (1) and pressing again will decrease the set point
Press (2) to save your change
Press (3) to exit and return the display to Refrigeration
If the Timing Features in the Configuration mode are turned ON, you will have additional
access to the following modes:
Enable
Start Time
Start Day
Start 00:00
Stop Time
Stop Day
Stop 00:00
Storage Temperature
Sales Block 1 and 2
Allows you to program the machine to turn off and on at regular intervals.
To program the blocking feature, you must enter the following information:
Start Time
Start Days
Stop Time
Stop Days
Selections
Discount
Allows you to program the machine to discount beverages at regular intervals.
To program the Discount feature, you must enter the following information:
Start Time
Start Day
Stop Time
Stop Day
Selections
Amount - Refers to the amount subtracted from the original vend price
Return
Exits the programming mode and returns the machine to stand-by.
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9.3 WIRING DIAGRAM
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9.3 WIRING DIAGRAM (CONTINUED)
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9.3 WIRING DIAGRAM (CONTINUED)
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9.3 WIRING DIAGRAM (CONTINUED)
VEND MOTORS & SOLDOUT SWITCHES
WHT
WHT
WHT
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B R G W W B
L E R H H L
K D Y T T U
1
MOTOR # 10
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WHT
WHT
B R O W W B
L E R H H L
K D N T T U
1
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MOTOR # 9
WHT
WHT
B R V W W B
L E I H H L
K D O T T U
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MOTOR # 8
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WHT
WHT
B R B W W B
L E R H H L
K D N T T U
1
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MOTOR # 7
WHT
WHT
B R Y W W B
L E E H H L
K D L T T U
1
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MOTOR # 6
WHT
WHT
B R G W W P
L E R H H N
K D Y T T K
1
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MOTOR # 5
WHT
WHT
B R O W W P
L E R H H N
K D N T T K
1
MOTOR # 4
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WHT
WHT
B R V W W P
L E I H H N
K D O T T K
1
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B R B W W P
L E R H H N
K D N T T K
MOTOR # 3
WHT
WHT
1
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B R Y W W P
L E E H H N
K D L T T K
MOTOR # 2
NO
W H T COM
1
MOTOR # 1
CABINET
DOOR
DOOR
CABINET
V-MAX MOTOR HARNESS SCHEMATIC BREAKDOWN
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SOLDOUT SWITCH
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PINS 2&3: 0 VDC SOLDOUT SWITCH TO MOTOR BOARD (EXTENSION OF 2X5 MATRIX)
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MOTOR # 7
MOTOR # 6
MOTOR # 5
MOTOR # 4
MOTOR # 3
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MOTOR # 2
PINS 1&4: 12VDC MOTOR ACTIVATE / SWITCH MONITOR CIRCUIT (2X5 MATRIX)
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PINS 5&6: 24VDC MOTOR DRIVE CIRCUIT (DAISY CHAIN)
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9.3 WIRING DIAGRAM (SMALL V-MAX)
VEND MOTORS & SOLDOUT SWITCHES
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L E I H H L
6 K D O T T U 1
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MOTOR # 6
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B R O W W P
L E R H H N
6 K D N T T K 1
MOTOR # 5
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B R V W W P
L E I H H N
6 K D O T T K 1
MOTOR # 4
WHT
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B R B W W P
L E R H H N
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MOTOR # 3
WHT NO
WHT COM
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MOTOR # 1
CABINET
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SOLD OUT SWITCH
DOOR
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L E I H H N
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CABINET
PINS 1 & 4: 12VDC MOTOR ACTIVATE / SWITCH MONITOR
CIRCUIT (2X5 MATRIX)
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L E I H H L
K D O T T U
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MOTOR # 8
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MOTOR # 7
B R Y W W B
L E E H H L
K D L T T U
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B R G W W P
L E R H H N
K D Y T T K
MOTOR # 6
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MOTOR # 5
B R O W W P
L E R H H N
K D N T T K
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MOTOR # 4
B R V W W P
L E I H H N
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MOTOR # 3
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PINS 5 & 6 : 24VDC MOTOR DRIVE CIRCUIT (DAISY CHAIN)
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B R V W W B
L E I H H L
K D O T T U
MOTOR # 8
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B R B W W B
L E R H H L
K D N T T U
MOTOR # 7
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B R Y W W B
L E E H H L
K D L T T U
MOTOR # 6
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B R G W W P
L E R H H N
K D Y T T K
1
MOTOR # 5
CABINET
DOOR
DOOR
CABINET
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B R O W W P
L E R H H N
K D N T T K
MOTOR # 4
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B R V W W P
L E I H H N
K D O T T K
MOTOR # 3
1
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B R B W W P
L E R H H N
K D N T T K
MOTOR # 2
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B R Y W W P
L E E H H N
K D L T T K
MOTOR #
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NOTES
1. If the outer door is left open for over an hour, the lights and compressor will
become active. In order to over-ride this option, press the door switch one
time.
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