TECHNICAL NOTE
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Le fabricant se réserve le droit de modifier sans
préavis les caractéristiques de l’appareil, dans un souci
d’amélioration de ses performances.
Lire attentivement les consignes de sécurité avant toute
utilisation.
The manufacturer reserves the right to modify the
appliances presented in this publication without notice.
Read carefully the safety instructions before use.
RB9032 04/2017
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Contents
1-Safety INSTRUCTIONS.............................................................................................................5
2-Machine preparation............................................................................................................6
►►Unpacking.............................................................................................................................................. 6
►►Site preparation and installation......................................................................................................... 6
♦♦Mounting of high feet............................................................................................................................................ 6
3-Hydraulic connection.........................................................................................................6
4-Electrical connection.......................................................................................................7
►►Electrical connections.......................................................................................................................... 7
►►Wiring diagrams.................................................................................................................................... 7
5- Commissioning........................................................................................................................8
►►Filling boiler........................................................................................................................................... 8
♦♦Steam boiler......................................................................................................................................................... 8
♦♦Coffee system....................................................................................................................................................... 8
►►Start heating.......................................................................................................................................... 8
6-Setting & adjustments........................................................................................................9
►►Adjusting the temperature using the pressure switch...................................................................... 9
►►Adjusting the expansion (HP) valve.................................................................................................... 9
►►Setting the pump pressure................................................................................................................... 9
►►Adjusting the water inlet solenoid valve........................................................................................... 10
7-Waste drawer.......................................................................................................................10
►►Drawer capacity................................................................................................................................... 10
8-Programming......................................................................................................................... 11
►►Pre-infusion......................................................................................................................................... 11
►►Coffee volume..................................................................................................................................... 12
►►Decompression................................................................................................................................... 12
►►Cleaning intervals............................................................................................................................... 12
9-Hot water & steam, Steamair option...........................................................................13
►►Basic components.............................................................................................................................. 13
►►Utilisation............................................................................................................................................. 13
♦♦Hot water & steam buttons................................................................................................................................. 13
♦♦SteamAir button................................................................................................................................................. 13
►►Programming....................................................................................................................................... 14
♦♦Water dose small................................................................................................................................................ 14
♦♦Water dose large................................................................................................................................................ 14
♦♦Steam button...................................................................................................................................................... 14
♦♦SteamAir temperature....................................................................................................................................... 14
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Cleaning and maintenance......................................................................................15
♦♦Reference of cleaning tools:............................................................................................................................... 15
►►After each use..................................................................................................................................... 15
►►Daily ................................................................................................................................................ 15
♦♦Before first daily use or after several hours of inactivity:.................................................................................... 15
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►►Weekly ................................................................................................................................................ 15
♦♦Drip tray:............................................................................................................................................................. 15
♦♦Panels................................................................................................................................................................. 15
►►Operation of machine cleaning.......................................................................................................... 15
♦♦Launching of cleaning after double group blocked:............................................................................................ 16
♦♦Launch of cleaning Volunteer:............................................................................................................................ 16
►►Softener................................................................................................................................................ 16
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MAINTENANCE AND TROUBLESHOOTING....................................................................17
►►Troubleshooting.................................................................................................................................. 17
►►Specifications...................................................................................................................................... 17
►►Procedure for updating software....................................................................................................... 18
♦♦Copy the file into the micro SD card................................................................................................................... 18
♦♦Updating the machine......................................................................................................................................... 19
►►LED status indicator lights................................................................................................................. 20
♦♦Main security descriptions.................................................................................................................................. 20
♦♦Drawer full.......................................................................................................................................................... 20
♦♦Drawer missing................................................................................................................................................... 20
♦♦Station Cover...................................................................................................................................................... 20
♦♦Startup Boiler Filling Safeguard.......................................................................................................................... 20
♦♦Boiler Filling Safeguard...................................................................................................................................... 20
♦♦Dosing Failure.................................................................................................................................................... 21
♦♦Pod Sensors in Top Cover.................................................................................................................................. 21
►►Chart of LED signals........................................................................................................................... 22
►►Wiring diagrams.................................................................................................................................. 26
►►Connectors for CPU............................................................................................................................ 31
►►Fuses ................................................................................................................................................ 32
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1-Safety INSTRUCTIONS
This device is intended to be used only for its specific use.
The manufacturer disclaims any liability for damage caused by abnormal use or abuse.
This device is not intended to be used by persons (including children) with reduced physical, mental or
sensory capacities, or having a lack of experience and know-how, unless they are supervised or have received
instructions on the use of the appliance by a person responsible for their safety.
Supervise children to make sure they do not play with the appliance.
Do not leave the packaging elements within reach of children. These elements are potentially a source of
danger.
The installation must be done by a qualified technician and following local and national regulations. He is the
only one to be authorized to access the internal parts of the device for maintenance and repair.
Use only the technical and spare parts manuals for proper functioning of the machine, and avoid compromising
safety.
Access to the service area is limited to persons with the necessary knowledge of safety and hygiene as well
as practical experience of the device.
Leave enough free space around the machine to facilitate its use and to preform any maintenance operations.
The device must not be:
- exposed to the elements of the external environment or placed in damp places,
- exposed to a water jet or splashing.
- installed in areas where the jets or high pressure cleaners are used.
The device must be:
- placed on a stable, level and horizontal surface
- used at an ambient temperature of 5°C to 35°C (41°F - 95°F), (if it is stored at an ambient temperature below
5°C (41°F) the water circuit (boiler-piping) must be drained.)
Before connecting the power and water supplies, check that the electrical and water network are in accordance
with the technical information plate of the device.
The power supply must be provided with the following safety features: power switch which completely isolates
the machine from the mains (gap between contacts of at least 3 mm), efficient earthing and an effective circuit
breaker for protection against earthing leaks; section of the conductors appropriate for a power capacity.
Before connecting or disconnecting the power cable, switch the main switch onto position 0. If the power
supply cable is damaged, it must be replaced by the manufacturer, by its after-sales service technician or
similarly qualified persons, to avoid any danger.
For electrical safety, make sure that the device is properly earthed.
The manufacturer disclaims any liability for damage caused by improper earthing.
The device must be connected to a water network with a pressure of 1 to 8 bar (0.1 to 0.8 Mega Pascal)
and a tap readily accessible must be fitted in front of the water supply tube. The device is to be installed with
adequate backflow protection to comply with applicable federal state and local codes.
In case of emergency (fire, surge, abnormal noise, etc.) the first thing to do is to cut off the current and close
the water tap.
Be careful not to obstruct the air inlets of the machine with towels or other objects.
Beware of hot surfaces such as cup heaters, the unit heads and the hot water and steam outputs.
Never install containers filled with liquid on the top of the machine.
Beware of jets of hot water or steam.
The descaling of the machine must be done by a qualified technician.
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2-Machine preparation
The machine comes in a cardboard box and is bolted to a wooden pallet.
►Unpacking
►
- Cut and remove the strapping.
- Open the outer box and remove the smaller accessory box.
- Remove the bolts holding the machine to the pallet.
- The legs must be installed.
- Lift only in accordance with established safe practices.
►Site
►
preparation and installation
- Place the machine in its final location and level it with the rubber washers if necessary.
- The machine must be placed on a horizontal plane.
- There must be a space of 5 cm at the rear and the air vents on top of the machine must not be blocked.
- The machine must be connected to an approved grounded outlet and have an adequate water supply.
- The side panels are installed after the settings have been made.
♦♦ Mounting of high feet
UNIC reference of NSF feet: NM-176
UNIC reference of screw M8 x 16: 50402
For installation of the aluminum feet, once the machine is installed at the
location: tighten the screws (50402) to the aluminum feet, tilt the machine on
both front feet to screw aluminum feet at the base of rear rubber feet, then
do the same operation for screw the front feet.
3-Hydraulic connection
It is essential to install a water softener if the
incoming water measures over 5 ° KH.
Water supply:
- Pressure : 0 - 10 bar.
- Connection : 3/8 gas female
- Tube : inside diameter 8 mm minimum.
- Install with a shut-off valve.
Drain:
- Connection : 3/4 gas female
- Tube : inside diameter 12 mm minimum.
Intervention on the front of the machine:
Remove the basin grid, unscrew the drain
nut and remove the basin after advancing the
basin carriage towards you.
Screw the water inlet tube and drain tube to
the fittings in the machine (photo opposite).
Connect the other end of the drain tube to a
sewage outlet ensuring that no back slope
impedes proper drainage.
Drain
Water supply
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4-Electrical connection
- Supply voltage and power must match the values on the data plate attached to the machine.
- Install an approved plug on the power cord (Ground wire must be connected).
Power supply must be provided with the following safety devices: power switch that isolate the machine
completely from the network (gap between contacts at least 3mm), efficient grounding connection and efficient
protection circuit breaker for grounding leakage; section of conductors suitable for power capacity.
►Electrical
►
connections
Turn the switch of the machine to position 0.
The machine is supplied with a 3 or 5 wire connection (Including a Ground wire).
It is necessary to check that the wiring of the machine matches the supply voltage available in accordance
with the connection diagrams below. If necessary, change the connections on the terminal block located near
the switch and on the incoming power cord at the switch.
►Wiring
►
diagrams
A : electronic box
B : Switch
N = NEUTRAL
1 = PHASE BROWN
2 = PHASE BLACK
3 = PHASE GREY
IN ALL CASES the Ground Wire must be connected to the Ground Terminal on the machine
PONY 2
PONY 4
380 / 400 / 415V TRI + N +
110 / 200 / 230 / 240 V MONO +
110 / 200 / 230 /240 V MONO +
RESISTANCE
HEATING ELEMENT
RESISTANCE
HEATING ELEMENT
1
RESISTANCE
HEATING ELEMENT
4
5
6
2
3
4
1
5 6
2 3
1
4
2
5
3
6
THERMOSTAT
SECURITE RESISTANCE
HEATING ELEMENT
SAFETY THERMOSTAT
P1 P2 P3
4 5 6
4
1
5
2
6
3
1 2 3
THERMOSTAT DE SECURITE RESISTANCE
HEATING ELEMENT SAFETY THERMOSTAT
P1
P1 P2 P3
4 5 6
PRESSOSTAT
PRESSURESTAT
PRESSOSTAT
PRESSURESTAT
PRESSOSTAT
PRESSURESTAT
VERS MOTEUR POMPE
TO MOTOR POMP
MOTEUR POMPE
PUMP MOTOR
VERS CPU
TO CPU
BORNIER
TERMINAL BLOCK
400V
TRI
1
2/3/4
A 5 B 6
N L1 PE L3 A L2 B
BORNIER
TERMINAL BLOCK
230V
MONO
2/3 1
A 5/6 B
P 2
THERMOSTAT DE SECURITE
RESISTANCE
HEATING ELEMENT SAFETY
P3 THERMOSTAT
4
VERS CPU
TO CPU
N L1 PE L3 A L2 B
VERS CPU
TO CPU
F
U
N 1 2 3 S
BORNIER
TERMINAL BLOCK
N 1 2 3
N 1 2 3
N1 L1 L2 L3
ON / OFF
SWITCH
N0 1
2
N
1
N1
L1 L2
2
3
L3
N
1
N1
L1 L2
2
3
L3
N0
1
3
ON / OFF
SWITCH
3
N0
N
1
Ph
2
3
N
2
N 1 2 3
N1 L1L2 L3
ON / OFF
SWITCH
Ph
N 1 2 3
N 1
2
3 CABLE
CORD
N Ph1 Ph2 Ph3
Montage avec câbles 3 fils Montage avec câbles 5 fils
5 wires assembly
3 wires assembly
N
Ph
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5- Commissioning
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
Drawer / programming touch
Display
Cleaning touch
1 left large cup touch
1 left small cup touch
2 large cups
2 small cups
1 right large cup touch
1 right small cup touch
1
Position 0 = OFF
2
Position 1 = Power / filling
3
Position 2 = Heating
3
2
1
4
8
5
9
6
7
►Filling
►
boiler
- Open the water supply valve.
- Plug the power cord into the appropriate socket.
- Turn the power switch to position 1.
Warning: Do not turn to position 2 until the buttons stop flashing and the pump switches off indicating that
the boiler is filled.
♦♦ Steam boiler
Upon power up, the steam boiler is automatically filled.
A safety is provided if the filling is not completed in 3 minutes; the fill valve and pump switch off.
The boiler takes longer than 3 minutes to fill:
- The touchpads are disabled and the top and bottom rows of coffee buttons flash alternately.
- The steam touchpad flashed “to” to indicate filling time out.
- Turn the switch to 0 and then 1 to restart the filling cycle.
- Check the water supply to the machine if the problem returns.
- Do not turn the switch to position 2 until this problem is resolved.
♦♦ Coffee system
Run 2 or 3 cycles without coffee from each Automatic Pod Module to purge air from the system. (Briefly place
your fingertips in the pod slot to allow a drink cycle).
►Start
►
heating
Turn the switch to position 2 to start heating only after filling is completed.
The machine will take up to 20 minutes to come to full operating temperature. The steam pressure should be
close to 1 bar, the gauge is located behind the tray.
It is recommended to leave the machine on and in position 2 even when not in use.
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6-Setting & adjustments
►Adjusting
►
the temperature using the pressure switch
The pressure switch is located at the rear of the machine.
Remove the cup warmer, remove the pressure switch cover to access its
adjustment screw.
- SCREW to REDUCE the temperature
- SCROLL to INCREASE the temperature
The pressure gauge (red scale) must indicate a pressure between 0.9 and 1
bar, which corresponds to a temperature of 120 ° C.
►Adjusting
►
the expansion (HP) valve
Model PONY 2
The valve is located on the right side of the machine:
It is necessary to remove the sides and front for access.
The valve located before the pump, it must be set to a value greater than the
incoming water supply pressure.
Recommended Setting: between 7 and 8 bar (pressure gauge green scale).
- If it opens OVER 8 bar: Turn the adjustment Counterclockwise.
- If it opens BELOW 7 bar: Turn the adjustment Clockwise.
Use a pin wrench (ref. OU003). After the adjustment, do not forget to retighten the locknut.
Model PONY 4
The valve is located at the left rear of the machine:
It is necessary to remove the left side for access.
The valve located after the pump, it must be set to a value greater than the
pump pressure. The valve must open at about 13 bar. (gauge green scale).
- If it opens OVER 13 bar: Turn the adjustment Counterclockwise.
- If it opens BELOW 13 bar: Turn the adjustment Clockwise.
Use a pin wrench (ref. OU003). After the adjustment, do not forget to retighten the locknut.
►Setting
►
the pump pressure
During infusion the pressure must be between 9 and 10 bar (gauge green
scale).
Model PONY 2
The pump is on the left and is adjusted from the left side.
SCREW IN to INCREASE pressure.
UNSCREW to DECREASE the pressure.
Model PONY 4
The pump is located on the right side and is
adjusted on the right side.
SCREW IN to INCREASE pressure.
UNSCREW to DECREASE the pressure.
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►Adjusting
►
the water inlet solenoid valve
The water inlet solenoid valve is situated on the left side of the machine. It is
accessible from the side.
Method:
With the machine at its working temperature run a cycle (with coffee)
continuously on all the groups simultaneously.
Trigger the filling of the boiler (by running off hot water)
Adjust the maximum flow of the solenoid valve so that the pressure does not
fall below 7 bars.
Then check that the boiler filling time is not excessively long.
7-Waste drawer
Pre-alarm, 06 coffee before the group will be blocked
Nota: the remaining number is displayed at the end of each cycle (45 by
default).
Double group blocked, it is not possible to make coffee.
Nota: tP = Full drawer.
Once the drawer has been emptied, it is displayed by the green LED
and the display tA. After 5 seconds without the drawer, a reset is
performed.
Nota: tA = Absent drawer.
If the drawer is out of his emplacement less of 5 seconds = Return to the
previous situation.
Double group blocked, it is not possible to make coffee.
- Check that the tray is fully retracted
- Remove the drawer and check the safety switch
Nota: tA = Absent drawer.
►Drawer
►
capacity
Value 45 pods default per drawer.
Pre-alarm activated at 6 pods of the total capacity registered.
Example: for 40 pods programmed the pre-alarm will be activated at
34 pods.
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8-Programming
To enter in programming mode: press the drawer / programming button for 3 seconds.
To exit programming mode: switch off the machine by turning the main switch to 0.
1
Button for program entry and scrolling of
menus.
2
Enter & exit (validation) of submenu.
3
Adjustment button +
4
Adjustment button -
1
2
4
3
Coffee doses
Drawer capacity
Pre-infusion
Cleaning counter
Exhaust
►Pre-infusion
►
To adjust the coffee wetting time before infusion.
Validate entry in the menu PI, it consists of 2 sub menus.
The first pi on to set the time of the opening of the solenoid valve (in second).
The second pi of to set the time of the closing of the solenoid valve before infusion (in second).
Adjustment range 0 second à 9 seconds
Increments 0.5 second
Solenoid valve open
PiON PiOF
Infusion
Solenoid valve close
Time
Solenoid valve open
Infusion
Solenoid valve close
Time
Note: When one of the two parameters is set to 0, the pre-infusion mode remains inactive.
To activate Pre-infusion, it is imperative that both times be greater than 0.
To exit the menu, press the cleaning button during 3 seconds.
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►Coffee
►
volume
The 1 cup cycle automatically program the 2 cups, but the 2 cups cycles can
be programmed independently.
- 1 cup:
Insert a pod into the left slot of the automatic pod module, the left buttons are
lighting and are programmable.
Start a cycle by pressing one of the two buttons.
Example press on the large cup, when the desired volume is reached, repress the same button to stop the cycle and memorise the dose.
Insert another pod and repeat the operation for the small cup.
Do the same operation for the right group.
- 2 cups:
Insert 2 pods, left and right, the middle buttons are lighting and are
programmable.
Press one of the lighted double buttons to start the cycle.
Example press on the large cups, when the desired volume is reached, repress the same button to stop the cycle and memorise the dose.
Insert another pod and repeat the operation for the small cups.
- To exit of this mode, press the cleaning touch.
Default values:
Product
1 Small coffee (left or right)
2 Small coffee
1 Large coffee (left or right)
2 Large coffee
Small dose of hot water
Large dose of hot water
Steam delay
Steamair temperature
Volume in ml
Dosing pulse
35 ml
90
2 x 35 ml
170
50 ml
115
2 x 50 ml
220
8s (200ml)
25s (500 ml)
20s (to heat 300 ml of milk in a jug)
65 °C
►Decompression
►
Adjusts the opening of the solenoid valve after infusion for decompression.
Adjustment range 0.5 second à 9 seconds
Increments 0.5 second
►Cleaning
►
intervals
Adjusts the interval between 2 cleanings mandatory by group.
The displayed value must be multiplied by 10.
Example: 25. = at 250 coffees the group blocked (the «.» on display is considered like a zero)
Nota: if 00 is programmed, no mandatory cleaning.
Any change in the value results in mandatory cleaning at the programming output.
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9-Hot water & steam, Steamair option
The SteamAir function foams the milk to the desired consistency and shuts off automatically at the pre-set
temperature. The steam wand may also be started and stopped manually without the temperature control.
The consistency of the foam is manually adjustable by turning the collar on the wand. For best results the end
of the wand needs to be at least 1” below the surface of the milk, typically with the pitcher 1/3 full.
SteamAir Operation:
- Fill the steam pitcher so the wand tip is at least 1” below the surface, typically 1/3 full,
- Insert the wand into the pitcher,
- Press the SteamAir touch,
- Wait for the automatic shutdown,
- Remove the pitcher,
- Wipe the wand with a clean towel.
►Basic
►
components
1
Hot water touch (small dose)
2
Display (time / temperature)
3
Steam touch
4
Hot water touch (large dose)
5
Programming touch (continue / stop)
6
Steamair touch
1
2
3
4
5
6
Steam wand cleaning :
- Wipe the steam wand with a clean
towel after each use.
- Purge the wand after each use with
a short burst of steam.
- Remove and clean the steam tip,
outer wand and temperature probe at
least once per day.
►Utilisation
►
o
Level 1
Very fine foam
oo
Level 2
Fine foam
ooo
Level 3
Medium foam
♦♦ Hot water & steam buttons
- Press the button to start a pre-programmed dose.
- The programmed dose time counts down on the screen.
- Press the Dose Button again to stop the flow early.
- Pressing the Stop Button also shuts off the hot water or steam.
Note: In the event of a programming failure, the water will shut off automatically after 105 seconds and the steam after
180 seconds.
♦♦ SteamAir button
- Press the SteamAir button to start the automatic steam.
- The steam will shut off at the pre-programmed temperature.
- Press the SteamAir button again to stop before the pre-programmed temperature is reached.
- Pressing the Stop Button will also shut off the steam.
- The screen displays the current milk temperature.
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►Programming
►
Hold down the triangular Stop Button for 5 seconds to enter the programming mode. All the programmable
buttons will flash slowly. It is possible to program all the buttons before exiting programming. Each button can
be programmed multiple times to get the correct value, only the last value is saved.
♦♦ Water dose small
-Press the button with the small water drop icon
-When the desired water amount is reached, re-press the button to stop the flow. The new value is saved
automatically.
♦♦ Water dose large
- Press the button with the large water drop icon
- When the desired water amount is reached, re-press the button to stop the flow. The new value is saved
automatically.
♦♦ Steam button
- Press the button with the wavy steam lines icon
- Re-press the button to stop the flow of steam when the desired milk temp is reached (If using a standard
volume of milk each time).
- To create a manual ON-OFF steam button; program the time for 5 seconds longer than it takes to steam the
largest pitcher.
- The new value is saved automatically.
♦♦ SteamAir temperature
-The steam tip must be at least 1” below the surface of the milk.
- Press the button with the SteamAir icon. The milk probe temperature is displayed on the screen. Use a
separate thermometer for more accuracy.
- Re-press the button when the desired temperature is reached
- The new value is saved automatically.
Note: The programmable range of the SteamAir is 50°C to 90°C, the default is 62°C.
To exit programming mode; switch off the machine by turning the main switch to 0 for 5 seconds before
switching back on.
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10-
Cleaning and maintenance
REMEMBER TO CHECK THE WATER TREATMENT SYSTEM PERIODICALLY.
DO NOT USE ABRASIVE CLEANERS SCOURING PADS.
DO NOT USE CLEANERS CONTAINING BLEACH.
THE DESCALING OF THE MACHINE MUST BE DONE BY A QUALIFIED TECHNICIAN.
WARNING: The air must circulate freely around the machine. The ventilation openings on the rear of the
machine and on top must not be obstructed.
♦♦ Reference of cleaning tools:
UNIC Reference Puly caff: 92040
UNIC Reference support: RB0100
Note: for more information on cleaning products, refer to the manufacturer’s safety data sheet
►After
►
each use
After each use, wipe the steam wand with a damp cloth and purge the wand with a short burst of steam using
the manual steam button to remove the milk residue that could remain in the tube. (Remove the steam tip if
needed to clean more easily).
►Daily
►
♦♦ Before first daily use or after several hours of inactivity:
Perform 2 or 3 brewing cycles (without coffee), drain 0.5 liters of water through the outlet hot water and run
the steam for one minute.
- Empty the drawer pod and reset (see chapter overflow safety drawer).
►Weekly
►
♦♦ Drip tray:
Remove drip tray and clean it in the sink.
♦♦ Panels
Use a soft cloth and alcohol to clean stainless steel parts.
Use a non-abrasive cleaner for painted part
►Operation
►
of machine cleaning
3 differents situations:
Standby
(Normal condition)
Pre alarme
at 230 coffees défault
Group blocked
at 250 coffees défault
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♦♦ Launching of cleaning after double group blocked:
- Press on cleaning touch (she become blue blinking)
- Insert to the double group, a cleaning holder (ref: RB0100) equipped with
a detergent tablet (ref: 92040) (the cleaning touch becomes blue fixed when
the cleaning holder are inserted)
- Start of cycle, press the cleaning touch (flashing touch indicates the current
cycle).
- End of the cleaning cycle, the double group enters the full drawer mode,
empty the drawer.
♦♦ Launch of cleaning Volunteer:
- Press the cleaning touch for 3 seconds (it turns blinking blue when entering cleaning mode).
- Then follow the same instructions for cleaning after blocking.
Note: Each group can be cleaned separately.
If the detergent tablet have been inserted and the touch is blue, it is mandatory to start the cleaning cycle. Once started,
the cycle is interrupted (eg power cut, drawer outlet, safety cover), press button 6 to restart the rinsing phase, which is
compulsory.
For more information on cleaning products, refer to the manufacturer’s safety data sheet.
►Softener
►
Two water softener suppliers are available at UNIC SA.
BRITA®
BESTMAX ™
Test the water hardness of the network and refer to the technical documentation of the water softener used
for optimum adjustment.
Note: A softener must be changed every 1 year, even if it does not reach the end of its filtering capacity.
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MAINTENANCE AND TROUBLESHOOTING
►Troubleshooting
►
VERY IMPORTANT !
BEFORE STARTING, MAKE SURE ALL BASIC SETTINGS ARE CORRECT.
- Steam Pressure 0.9-1.0 bar. (~120° C).
- Pump Pressure (infusion) 9-10 bar.
- The Expansion (HP) valve opens to a value higher than 13 bar (Pony 4).
- The Expansion (HP) valve opens between 7-8 bar (Pony 2).
- Supply water pressure: 0-6 bar (0-90 psi).
- If the machine is fed by a water tank, check the level in the tank and the strainer for clogs.
- Safety Precautions:
A. Turn the machine OFF before working on electrical circuits.
B. Cool the machine and bring down the pressure before working on the hydraulic system.
►Specifications
►
DIMENSIONS
PONY 2
PONY 4
Width
13.5”
25.5”
Height
23”
Depth
Weight
ADJUSTMENTS
Temperature
118 to 120 °C
23”
Steam pressure
0.9 to 1 bar
22.5”
22.5”
Pump pressure
9 bar
103 lbs
143 lbs
Expansion HP valve
8 bar (PONY 2)
13 bar (PONY 4)
Boiler safety valve
3.2 bar
Drawer capacity
45 pods
Power
110V mono
1.7 Kw
-
230V mono
400V tri+N
3 Kw
4.7 Kw
(option 3 Kw)
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►Procedure
►
for updating software
♦♦ Copy the file into the micro SD card
Use a microSD card type SDHC 4GB
1. Format the microSD card (right click > Format)
2
3
Copy the received file in the microSD card
Rename the copied file in the microSD card (right click > Rename)
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4
Rename «RumbaESE -0.XXX.hex» to app.hex
The microSD card is now ready to update the machine.
♦♦ Updating the machine
WARNING: The operation must be performed by a qualified technician.
Step 4 requires power to the machine with the covers off.
1. Turn the main power switch to position 0.
2. Remove the left side panel, the card is accessible.
3. Insert the microSD card into the micro SD port
4. Turn the main power switch ON (position 1)
Wait 20 seconds
Do not turn off or unplug the machine during the update
5. Turn the main power switch OFF (position 0)
6. Remove the micro SD card (The machine will not function with the card in
place.)
7. Replace all covers and panels
8. Turn ON the machine
9. Check programmed settings for coffee, water and steam
The machine is now up to date
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►LED
►
status indicator lights
♦♦ Main security descriptions
“Drawer full”
“Drawer missing”
“Top cover open”
“Dosing failure affected
button flashes”
“Water level safety”
“Pod sensor blocked
affected side flashes”
Alternate
♦♦ Drawer full
The maximum capacity of the drawer is 45 pods.
A warning occurs after 39 pods; it’s indicate on the display by the number of cycles remaining before blockage.
- The Station is disabled when the drawer is fill.
- The drawer button is red and the display indicate “tP”.
- Remove and empty the drawer.
- The drawer must be out for at least 5 seconds to reset the counter.
- The reset is confirmed by the drawer button become green.
DO NOT FORGET TO EMPTY THE DRAWER BEFORE REINSERTING.
♦♦ Drawer missing
On a machine with two stations, each drawer is independent.
- If the draw is not in place; the display show “tA”. That station is disabled.
It is not possible to make coffee. Reset after 5 seconds, return the drawer.
♦♦ Station Cover
- When the Station cover is open, the display indicate “Sc”; the station is disabled.
- Do not open the station cover during a cycle, the pod may be ejected before the cycle is complete.
♦♦ Startup Boiler Filling Safeguard
The boiler takes longer than 3 minutes to fill on startup (After the machine is switched on):
- The touchpads are disabled and the top and bottom rows of coffee buttons flash alternately.
- The steam touchpad flashed “to” to indicate filling time out.
- Turn the switch to 0 and then 1 to restart the filling cycle.
- Check the water supply to the machine if the problem returns.
- Do not turn the switch to position 2 until this problem is resolved.
♦♦ Boiler Filling Safeguard
The boiler takes longer than 3 minutes to fill during regular operation:
- The touchpads are disabled and the top and bottom rows of coffee buttons flash alternately.
- The steam touchpad flashed “to” to indicate filling time out.
- Turn the switch to 0 and then 1 to restart the filling cycle.
- Check the water supply to the machine if the problem returns.
- Do not turn the switch to position 2 until this problem is resolved.
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♦♦ Dosing Failure
- No flow-meter impulses during extraction.
- The display indicate “Sd” and the select button flashing.
- The cycle will stop automatically after 105 seconds and the keypad will reset.
- The cycle can be canceled by pressing the button again.
♦♦ Pod Sensors in Top Cover
- The machine detects if a pod has been inserted in the slot.
- If either sensor is blocked by a stuck pod or other obstruction, the entire Station is disabled.
- The display indicate “SP” and both buttons on the blocked side flash until the slot is cleared.
- Open the top cover and remove the stuck pod or push it down into the drawer with a spoon handle.
- It may be necessary to start and immediately cancel one drink to re-set the module.
(Or let the cycle complete without coffee).
Manual Mode: It is possible to disable the sensors if they are not functioning.
- Press all 3 buttons of the top row at the same time for 10 seconds.
- The buttons will flash 3 times to confirm and the display shows 2 strips blinking
- All the drink buttons remain lighted and will activate when pressed with or without
inserting a pod.
- To restore the sensors to normal operation, turn the main power switch off then on.
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►Chart
►
of LED signals
Button
status
Comments
Ready
Steady
Buttons not active, only
to enter in programming
mode
Pod inserted left side
Steady
Start cycle by pushing
either lighted button
Pod inserted right side
Steady
Start cycle by pushing
either lighted button
Pods inserted both sides
of the same station
Steady
Start cycle by pushing
either lighted button
Coffee dispensing
(2 large cups shown)
Slow
Stop cycle by pushing
button again
Blocked insertion slot left
side
Slow
The left and center keys
are inoperative.
Blocked insertion slot
right side
Slow
The right and center keys
are inoperative.
Blocked insertion slot
both sides (or sensor
cable unplugged)
Slow
All keys are inoperative.
Normal operation
Touchpad
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Programming Mode
Touchpad
Button
status
Comments
Programming Mode
Press the drawer /
programmation button
(3 seconds).
Coffee Dose
Program coffee doses
Pre infusion
Program the time of
pre-infusion
Exhaust
Program the time of
décompression
Drawer capacity
Program the number of
ejected pods before the
group is disabled
Cleaning intervals
Program the number of
coffee before the group is
disabled
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Top cover
open / closed
Touchpad
Button
status
Comments
Top cover open
It is not possible to make
coffee.
Top cover open after
inserting pod (left side).
The cycle cannot be
started.
Top cover open after
inserting pods
(right & left sides)
The cycle cannot be
started.
Waste Drawer Messages
Touchpad
Button
status
Comments
Drawer full during normal
mode.
It is not possible to make
coffee.
(least 5 seconds)
drawer missing.
It is not possible to make
coffee, drawer counter
reset.
Drawer full.
Group blocked, It is not
possible to make coffee.
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LED signals
of steamAir box
(only PONY 4)
Touchpad
Button
status
Comments
Ready
Steady
Startup Boiler Filling
Safeguard
Slow
FL = Filling
Boiler Filling Safeguard
Slow
TO = Time Out,
Check the water supply
Small hot water cycle
Steady
Indication countdown
for hot water
Steam cycle
Steady/Slow
Indication countdown
for steam
steamAir cycle
Steady/Slow
Indication of the probe
temperature steamAir
Probe problem
Slow
SO = probe
N Ph
N 1 2 3
N 1 2 3
N1 L1L2 L3
N 1 2 3
N 1 2 3
F
U
S
1 2 3
P 2
ON / OFF
SWITCH
P3
CABLE D'ALIMENTATION GENERALE
MAIN POWER CABLE
BORNIER ENTRELEC
TERMINAL BLOCK
PRESSOSTAT
PRESSURESTAT
THERMOSTAT DE SECURITE
RESISTANCE
HEATING ELEMENT SAFETY
THERMOSTAT
P1
RESISTANCE
HEATING ELEMENT
110 V
24 v~
CHAUDIERE VAPEUR
STEAM BOILER
SN
TRANSFORMATEUR
TRANSFORMER
MOTEUR POMPE
PUMP MOTOR
SCHEMA DE CABLAGE PONY 2 110V MONO
WIRING DIAGRAM PONY 2 110V single-phase
MICROSWITHES
SECU COUVERCLE DESSUS
TOP COVER SAFETY
EVPG PISTON EVPD PISTON DROITE EV
GAUCHE EV
MODULE 1 RIGHT HYDRAULIC
MODULE 1
PISTON
LEFT
HYDRAULIC
PISTON
BOITIER ELECTRONIQUE
ELECTRONIC BOX
EVKG CAFE
GAUCHE
MODULE 1
LEFT BREW
VALVE
EVKG CAFE DROITE
MODULE 1 RIGHT
BREW VALVE
BP VAPEUR
STEAM EV
ECRAN DE CONTROLE GROUPE
STATION CONTROL SCREEN
EV VAPEUR
STEAM VALVE
BP EAU
WATER EV
EV EAU
WATER EV
EV RE
MICROSWITHRS
TIROIR BAC A MARC
WASTE DRAWER
INTERLOCK SWITCH
1
2
DOSEUR EAU
FLOWMETER
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►Wiring
►
diagrams
N Ph
N 1 2 3
N 1 2 3
N1 L1L2 L3
N 1 2 3
N 1 2 3
F
U
S
P 2
1 2 3
ON / OFF
SWITCH
P3
CABLE D'ALIMENTATION GENERALE
MAIN POWER CABLE
BORNIER ENTRELEC
TERMINAL BLOCK
PRESSOSTAT
PRESSURESTAT
THERMOSTAT DE SECURITE
RESISTANCE
HEATING ELEMENT SAFETY
THERMOSTAT
P1
RESISTANCE
HEATING ELEMENT
230 V
24 v~
CHAUDIERE VAPEUR
STEAM BOILER
SN
TRANSFORMATEUR
TRANSFORMER
MOTEUR POMPE
PUMP MOTOR
SCHEMA DE CABLAGE PONY 2 230V MONO
WIRING DIAGRAM PONY 2 230V single-phase
MICROSWITHES
SECU COUVERCLE DESSUS
TOP COVER SAFETY
EVPG PISTON EVPD PISTON DROITE EV
GAUCHE EV
MODULE 1 RIGHT HYDRAULIC
MODULE 1
PISTON
LEFT
HYDRAULIC
PISTON
BOITIER ELECTRONIQUE
ELECTRONIC BOX
EVKG CAFE
GAUCHE
MODULE 1
LEFT BREW
VALVE
EVKG CAFE DROITE
MODULE 1 RIGHT
BREW VALVE
BP VAPEUR
STEAM EV
ECRAN DE CONTROLE GROUPE
STATION CONTROL SCREEN
EV VAPEUR
STEAM VALVE
BP EAU
WATER EV
EV EAU
WATER EV
EV RE
MICROSWITHRS
TIROIR BAC A MARC
WASTE DRAWER
INTERLOCK SWITCH
1
2
DOSEUR EAU
FLOWMETER
27
A
5
2
6
3
1
Ph
N0
N
2
L1 L2
2
1
N
3
A
L2
5/6 B
L3
3
N
N1
1
L1 PE L3
2/3
B
4
ON / OFF
SWITCH
P1 P2 P3
4 5 6
1
Ph
N0
N
2
L1 L2
2
1
N
N1
3
L3
3
110 V
24 v~
CHAUDIERE VAPEUR
STEAM BOILER
SN
MICROSWITHES
SECU COUVERCLE DESSUS
TOP COVER SAFETY
MOTEUR POMPE
PUMP MOTOR
TRANSFORMATEUR
TRANSFORMER
Montage avec câbles 5 fils
5 wires assembly
PRESSOSTAT
PRESSURESTAT
THERMOSTAT DE SECURITE
RESISTANCE
HEATING ELEMENT SAFETY
THERMOSTAT
RESISTANCE
HEATING ELEMENT
Montage avec câbles 3 fils
3 wires assembly
BORNIER
ENTRELEC
TERMINAL
BLOCK
4
1
5
6
3
4
2
1
SCHEMA DE CABLAGE PONY 4 110V MONO
WIRING DIAGRAM PONY 4 110V single-phase
EVPG2 PISTON
GAUCHE EV
MODULE 2 LEFT
HYDRAULIC
PISTON
EVEKD2 CAFE
DROITE
MODULE 2 RIGHT
BREW VALVE
EVEKD1 CAFE
DROITE
EVEKG1 CAFE MODULE 1 RIGHT
BREW VALVE
GAUCHE
MODULE 1 LEFT
BREW VALVE
EV EAU
WATER EV
ECRAN DE CONTROLE GROUPE 2
STATION CONTROL SCREEN 2
MICROSWITHES SECU COUVERCLE DESSUS
TOP COVER SAFETY
MICROSWITHES TIROIR BAC A MARC
WASTE DRAWER INTERLOCK SWITCH
EVEKG2 CAFE
GAUCHE
MODULE 2 LEFT
BREW VALVE
EVPD1 PISTON
DROITE EV
MODULE 1 RIGHT
HYDRAULIC
PISTON
EVPD2 PISTON
DROITE EV
MODULE 2 RIGHT
HYDRAULIC
PISTON
EVPG1 PISTON
GAUCHE EV
MODULE 1 LEFT
HYDRAULIC
PISTON
BOITIER ELECTRONIQUE
ELECTRONIC BOX
ECRAN DE CONTROLE STEAMAIR
STEAMAIR CONTROL SCREEN
2
DOSEUR EAU
FLOWMETER
1
EV VAPEUR
STEAM EV
EV RE
MICROSWITHES
TIROIR BAC A MARC
WASTE DRAWER
INTERLOCK SWITCH
ECRAN DE CONTROLE GROUPE 1
STATION CONTROL SCREEN 1
1
2
DOSEUR EAU
FLOWMETER
28
A
5
2
6
3
1
Ph
N0
N
2
L1 L2
2
1
N
3
A
L2
5/6 B
L3
3
N
N1
1
L1 PE L3
2/3
B
4
ON / OFF
SWITCH
P1 P2 P3
4 5 6
1
Ph
N0
N
2
L1 L2
2
1
N
N1
3
L3
3
230 V
24 v~
CHAUDIERE VAPEUR
STEAM BOILER
SN
MICROSWITHES
SECU COUVERCLE DESSUS
TOP COVER SAFETY
MOTEUR POMPE
PUMP MOTOR
TRANSFORMATEUR
TRANSFORMER
Montage avec câbles 5 fils
5 wires assembly
PRESSOSTAT
PRESSURESTAT
THERMOSTAT DE SECURITE
RESISTANCE
HEATING ELEMENT SAFETY
THERMOSTAT
RESISTANCE
HEATING ELEMENT
Montage avec câbles 3 fils
3 wires assembly
BORNIER
ENTRELEC
TERMINAL
BLOCK
4
1
5
6
3
4
2
1
SCHEMA DE CABLAGE PONY 4 230V MONO
WIRING DIAGRAM PONY 4 230V single-phase
EVPG2 PISTON
GAUCHE EV
MODULE 2 LEFT
HYDRAULIC
PISTON
EVEKD2 CAFE
DROITE
MODULE 2 RIGHT
BREW VALVE
EVEKG1 CAFE
GAUCHE
MODULE 1 LEFT
BREW VALVE
EVEKD1 CAFE
DROITE
MODULE 1 RIGHT
BREW VALVE
EV EAU
WATER EV
ECRAN DE CONTROLE GROUPE 2
STATION CONTROL SCREEN 2
MICROSWITHES SECU COUVERCLE DESSUS
TOP COVER SAFETY
MICROSWITHES TIROIR BAC A MARC
WASTE DRAWER INTERLOCK SWITCH
EVEKG2 CAFE
GAUCHE
MODULE 2 LEFT
BREW VALVE
EVPD1 PISTON
DROITE EV
MODULE 1 RIGHT
HYDRAULIC
PISTON
EVPD2 PISTON
DROITE EV
MODULE 2 RIGHT
HYDRAULIC
PISTON
EVPG1 PISTON
GAUCHE EV
MODULE 1 LEFT
HYDRAULIC
PISTON
BOITIER ELECTRONIQUE
ELECTRONIC BOX
ECRAN DE CONTROLE STEAMAIR
STEAMAIR CONTROL SCREEN
2
DOSEUR EAU
FLOWMETER
1
EV VAPEUR
STEAM EV
EV RE
MICROSWITHES
TIROIR BAC A MARC
WASTE DRAWER
INTERLOCK SWITCH
ECRAN DE CONTROLE GROUPE 1
STATION CONTROL SCREEN 1
1
2
DOSEUR EAU
FLOWMETER
29
BORNIER
ENTRELEC
TERMINAL
BLOCK
5
4
1
5
2
6
3
1
1
N0
N
2
2
L1 L2
N1
2
1
3
3
L3
3
L1 PE L3
N
N
1 2/3/4 A
400V
TRI
A
L2
B
B
6
ON / OFF
SWITCH
P1 P2 P3
4 5 6
PRESSOSTAT
PRESSURESTAT
230 V
24 v~
MOTEUR POMPE
PUMP MOTOR
TRANSFORMATEUR
TRANSFORMER
CHAUDIERE VAPEUR
STEAM BOILER
SNI
THERMOSTAT DE SECURITE
RESISTANCE
HEATING ELEMENT SAFETY
THERMOSTAT
5
6
3
4
2
1
RESISTANCE
HEATING ELEMENT
MICROSWITHES
SECU COUVERCLE DESSUS
TOP COVER SAFETY
SCHEMA DE CABLAGE PONY4 380-400-415V tri
WIRING DIAGRAMS PONY 4 380-400-415V three-phase
EVPG2 PISTON
GAUCHE EV
MODULE 2 LEFT
HYDRAULIC
PISTON
EVEKD2 CAFE
DROITE
MODULE 2 RIGHT
BREW VALVE
EVEKD1 CAFE
DROITE
EVEKG1 CAFE MODULE 1 RIGHT
BREW VALVE
GAUCHE
MODULE 1 LEFT
BREW VALVE
EV EAU
WATER EV
ECRAN DE CONTROLE GROUPE 2
STATION CONTROL SCREEN 2
MICROSWITHES SECU COUVERCLE DESSUS
TOP COVER SAFETY
MICROSWITHES TIROIR BAC A MARC
WASTE DRAWER INTERLOCK SWITCH
EVEKG2 CAFE
GAUCHE
MODULE 2 LEFT
BREW VALVE
EVPD1 PISTON
DROITE EV
MODULE 1 RIGHT
HYDRAULIC
PISTON
EVPD2 PISTON
DROITE EV
MODULE 2 RIGHT
HYDRAULIC
PISTON
EVPG1 PISTON
GAUCHE EV
MODULE 1 LEFT
HYDRAULIC
PISTON
BOITIER ELECTRONIQUE
ELECTRONIC BOX
ECRAN DE CONTROLE STEAMAIR
STEAMAIR CONTROL SCREEN
2
DOSEUR EAU
FLOWMETER
1
EV VAPEUR
STEAM EV
EV RE
MICROSWITHES
TIROIR BAC A MARC
WASTE DRAWER
INTERLOCK SWITCH
ECRAN DE CONTROLE GROUPE 1
STATION CONTROL SCREEN 1
1
2
DOSEUR EAU
FLOWMETER
30
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►Connectors
►
for CPU
CN18
Capteurs IR capot
Infrared sensor hood
CN1
Electrovannes G2
Electrovalves G2
CN13
CN2
Liaison CPU > Module G2
Switch sécurité capot G2
Link CPU > Module G2
Hood security switch G2
CN10
CN3
Alim 24VAC G2 Switch bac à marc G1
Alimentation G2 Waste drawer switch G1
CN4
Switch bac à marc G2
Waste drawer switch G2
CN5
Doseur d'eau G1
Water doser G1
CN8
Boitier G1
Box G1
CN7
Boitier steamair
Steamair box
CN2
Electrovannes
Electrovalves
CN8
Boitier G2
Box G2
CN5
Capteur IR capot G2
Infrared sensor hood G2
CN7
Liaison Module G2 > CPU
Link module G2 > CPU
CN6
Switch sécurité capot G1
Hood security switch G1
CN11
Alim 24VAC module G2
Alimentation G1
45145
12/16
CN15
Sonde steamair
Steamair probe
CN16
Transfo primaire et secondaire
Primary and secondary transformer
CN17
Pompe 230V phase > pompe
CONNECTEURS CARTE CPU
CPU CARD CONNECTORS
45144
502
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►Fuses
►
VM, pour vapeur manuelle
PONY 2 sans Steamair
VM, for manual steam
PONY 2 without Steamair
Fusible Pompe F1, T10A 250V
Fuse pump F1, T10A 250V
Fusible F2, T5A 250V
Fuse F2, T5A 250V
45145
12/16
FUSIBLES CARTE CPU
45144
503
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