Model 2015 OptiVend Next Generation service book

OptiVend Next Generation
Model 2015
Tastes differ.
service book
OptiVend NG
TABLE OF CONTENTS
FOREWORD
........................................................................................................................... 5
1. INTRODUCTION OPTIVEND NG ........................................................................................... 6
1.1 Model code...................................................................................................................... 7
2. FIRST MENU SETTINGS AFTER INSTALLATION................................................................11
2.1 How do you program a recipe? ..................................................................................... 13
2.2 How do you correct a recipe? ....................................................................................... 14
2.3 How do you measure weight of an ingredient only? ..................................................... 15
2.4 Advanced recipe settings .............................................................................................. 16
2.5 Timeline recipe settings
3. PRINCIPLES OF OPERATION ............................................................................................. 17
3.1 Water management ....................................................................................................... 18
3.2 Components .................................................................................................................. 19
Inlet valve
Boiler
Dispensing valve
Steam thermostat
Sold state relais
Cup detection sensor....................................................................................... 20
Ingredient and mixer system
Water vapour drain system
3.3 Cup detection ................................................................................................................ 21
3.4 Instant group ................................................................................................................. 22
3.4.1
Adjustable mixer speed ................................................................................... 23
3.4.2
Multi shot coffee recipe .................................................................................... 24
3.4.3
Ventilation mixer group .................................................................................... 25
3.4.4
Ventilation TS models
3.5 Boiler system................................................................................................................. 26
3.5.1
Dispensing valves............................................................................................ 28
3.5.2
Removing / replacing ....................................................................................... 29
3.5.3
Calibration
4. MENU STRUCTURE ............................................................................................................ 30
4.1 The Operator and Service menu
4.2 The Operator menu ....................................................................................................... 32
[1.0] Free vend
[1.1] Clock
[1.2] Switching time
[1.3] Recipe counters ................................................................................... 34
[1.4] Quick recipe
[1.6] Software
[1.7] PIN-code
[1.9] Contrast
[1.10] Cup sensors
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4.3 The Service menu ......................................................................................................... 35
[2.1] Quick recipe pro
[2.2] Button settings
[2.3] Recipe settings ...................................................................................... 37
Recipe settings (continued) ................................................................... 38
[2.4] Settings ................................................................................................. 39
Settings (continued) ............................................................................. 40
Settings (continued) / [2.5] Reset counters ........................................... 41
[2.6] Service boiler ........................................................................................ 42
[2.7] Hardware test ....................................................................................... 43
Hardware test (continued) .................................................................... 44
[2.8] Read log / [2.9] Clear log / [2.10] Load defaults / [2.11] SD menu ....... 45
SD menu (continued) / [2.12] Change PIN ........................................... 46
[[2.16] Rinsing management............................................................................ 47
5. SOFTWARE
.............................................................................................................. 48
5.1 Memory card specs
5.2 Machine settings management
5.3 Software installation
6. MAINTENANCE
.............................................................................................................. 50
6.1 Daily rinsing program
6.2 Periodic maintenance.................................................................................................... 51
6.2.1
Service boiler
6.2.2
Service contracts ............................................................................................. 52
6.2.3
Servicing
6.3 Descaling instructions ................................................................................................... 54
7. TRANSPORT / STORAGE.................................................................................................... 58
8. COMPONENT ACCESSIBILITY ........................................................................................... 59
9. ELECTRONICS SUMMARY ................................................................................................. 61
9.1 Main control
9.1.1
Main circuit board inputs.................................................................................. 62
9.1.2
Main circuit board outputs ............................................................................... 66
9.1.3
Main circuit board communication ................................................................... 64
9.2 Interface / Display ......................................................................................................... 65
9.2.1
Connections
9.3 Power supply................................................................................................................. 66
9.3.1
Connections
10. FAULT ANALYSIS ................................................................................................................. 67
10.1 Read log
10.2 Clear log
10.3 Display messages during use ....................................................................................... 68
10.4 Fault analysis ................................................................................................................ 70
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11. SPECIAL OPTIONS .............................................................................................................. 73
11.1 Installation OptiVend NG Hot & cold
12. PAYMENT SYSTEMS ........................................................................................................... 74
12.1 Coin mechanism (optional)
12.1.1 Standard configuration
12.1.2 Coin blocking
12.1.3 Activate existing token ..................................................................................... 75
12.1.4 Programme a new token
12.1.5 Accepting euros and token
12.1.6 Accepting tokens only...................................................................................... 76
12.1.7 Coin channel cleaning
12.2 Coin changer (optional) ................................................................................................. 77
12.2.1 Tube filling
12.2.2 Tube emptying
12.2.3 Programme a new token ................................................................................. 78
12.2.4 Coin channel cleaning
12.2.1 Fault analysis
DIMENSIONS .............................................................................. Last pages of this document
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© 2016 Animo®
All rights reserved.
No part of this document may be reproduced and/or made public in print, microfilm, electronic media
or any other form without the manufacturer’s prior consent. This also applies to the corresponding
diagrams and/or charts.
FOREWORD
EN
Purpose of this document
This document is intended as a service appendix in addition to the user manual with which authorised
trained service personnel can install, program and maintain this machine.
- By authorised trained service personnel is meant: persons who can install, program,
maintain and carry our repairs on the machine.
Most of the settings, including the product settings are secured by a PIN code. This PIN code is
intended to prevent the user accessing 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 chapters and sections are numbered. The various figures referred to in the text can be found in the
illustrations at the front of this booklet or with the subjects concerned.
Pictograms and symbols
NOTE
General instructions for: WARNING, CAUTION or NOTE.
WARNING
Warning of serious damage to the machine or physical injury.
WARNING
Warning of an electrical or steam hazard.
WARNING
Warning of electrostatic discharge (ESD) to electronics.
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1. INTRODUCTION OPTIVEND NG
Explanation OptiVend NG type designation:
Dispensing Hight cup
Thermos jug
Designation
Meaning
Description
1e digit
Number canisters
1-6
2e digit
Number of mixers
1-3
s
Narrow
compact execution
-
Cups / mugs
TS
Thermos Small
thermos jug medium
100-155mm
235mm
TL
Thermos Large
thermos jug high
100-155mm
355mm
HS
High Speed
high brew capacity
100-155mm
235mm
DUO
Double outlet
high brew capacity
100-155mm
235mm
NG
Next Generation
model year 2015
118mm
118mm
OptiVend NG
OptiVend NG
11s
21s
11s TS
22s
32s
32
42
11 TL
33
43
53
63
11 TS
22 TS (HS)
32 TS
42 TS
22 TS HS DUO
42 TS HS DUO
53 TS HS DUO
33 TS
43 TS
53 TS
63 TS
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1.1 Model code
Standard canister configuration
The OptiVend NG models are standard executed according below mentioned canister configuration
printed in bold.
Alternative canister configuration
The OptiVend NG models can be altered with a alternative canister configuration printed in Italic. This
models are standard available in the software from April 2016
Button settings
Download here an overview of the standard-and optional recipes: http://www.animo.eu/en/sd
Enter the web site address in your web browser and your can download the relevant technical
documentation without requiring a login code.
OptiVend NG / 1 Mixer
11s
Unit 1
Unit 1
1
DV 1
DV 1
DV 1
1
Mixer 1
Mixer 1
Mixer 1
DV 4
DV 4
DV 4
2
DV 1
DV 5
DV 5
Mixer 1
Unit 1
Unit 1
1
1
21s
11 TS & TL
11s TS
DV 4
DV = Dispensing valve*
OptiVend
1 mixer
Canister
Model
code
1
2
11s
2V1A
Coffee
-
11s TS
2VCA
Coffee
-
11 TS / 11 TL
2V2A
Coffee
-
21s
2V3A
Coffee
Topping
2V1C
Coffee
Coffee
2V2C
Coffee
Cocoa
2V3C
Cocoa
Cocoa
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OptiVend NG / 2 Mixers
22 TS (HS)
32s
Unit 1
Unit 1 Unit 2
1 2
DV 1
1
3
DV 2
DV 1
DV 2
Unit 1
Unit 2
1
3
Mixer 2
Mixer 1
Unit 2
2
Unit 1
1
3
DV 2
DV 1
Mixer 2
3
DV 1
4
DV 2
DV 5
Mixer 1
Mixer 2
Mixer 1
Mixer 2
DV 4
DV 4
DV 4
DV 4
Unit 2
2
DV 5
DV 5
Mixer 1
42 & 42 TS
32 & 32 TS
DV = Dispensing valve*
OptiVend
2 mixers
Canister
Model
code
1
2
3
4
22s
2VEA
Cocoa
-
Coffee
-
22 TS
2V4A
Coffee
-
Topping
-
2V6C
Coffee
-
Coffee
-
2V7C
Coffee
-
Cocoa
-
22 TS HS
2VFA
Coffee
-
Coffee
-
32s
2V5A
Cocoa
Topping
Coffee
-
2V9C
Decaf
Coffee
Topping
-
2VAC
Cocoa
Coffee
Topping
-
2VBC
Sugar
Topping
Coffee
-
2VCC
Soup
Soup
Soup
-
2VDC
Espresso
Coffee
Topping
-
2VEC
Tea
Tea
Cocoa
-
2VFC
Coffee
Topping
Cocoa
-
2V6A
Cocoa
Topping
Coffee
-
2VGC
Coffee
Topping
Cocoa
-
2VHC
Sugar
Topping
Coffee
-
2VIC
Cocoa
Coffee
Topping
-
2V8A
Cocoa
Topping
Coffee
Sugar
2VCD
Cocoa
Topping
Coffee
Decaf
2VDD
Cocoa
Topping
Coffee
Espresso
32 & 32 TS
42 & 42 TS
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33 & 33 TS
1
DV 1
Unit 1 Unit 2
Unit 3
Unit 1 Unit 2
1
5
3
DV 2
DV 5
53 & 53 TS
63 & 63 TS
Unit 1 Unit 2 Unit 3
Unit 1 Unit 2 Unit 3
43 & 43 TS
DV 3
DV 1
3
Unit 3
5
6
DV 2
DV 5
1 2
DV 3
DV 4
3
DV 1
5
DV 2
DV 5
1 2
6
DV 3
3 4
DV 1
DV 2
DV 5
6
DV 3
DV 4
DV 4
DV 4
5
DV = Dispensing valve*
Canister
OptiVend
3 mixers
Model
code
1
2
3
4
5
6
33 & 33 TS
2V7A
Cocoa
-
Coffee
-
Topping
-
2V9D
Cocoa
-
Topping
-
Coffee
-
2V9A
Cocoa
-
Topping
-
Coffee
Sugar
2V1D
Soup
-
Topping
-
Cocoa
Coffee
2VGD
Coffee
-
Tea
-
Cocoa
Topping
2VHD
Cocoa
-
Topping
-
Coffee
Espresso
2VID
Cocoa
-
Topping
-
Coffee
Decaf
2VJD
Soup
-
Tea
-
Cocoa
Topping
2VKD
Coffee
-
Soup
-
Cocoa
Topping
2VAA
Coffee
Decaf
Sugar
-
Cocoa
Topping
2V2E
Cocoa
Topping
Soup
-
Coffee
Espresso
2V3E
Coffee
Sugar
Soup
-
Cocoa
Topping
2V6E
Coffee
Sugar
Creamer
-
Cocoa
Topping
2V7E
Cocoa
Sugar
Soup
-
Coffee
Topping
2VBA
Coffee
Decaf
Sugar
Tea
Cocoa
Topping
2VCE
Coffee
Sugar
Soup
Soup
Cocoa
Topping
2VGE
Coffee
Tea
Soup
Soup
Cocoa
Topping
43 & 43 TS
53 & 53 TS
63 & 63 TS
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OptiVend NG HS DUO
22 TS HS DUO
Unit 1
1
Unit 2
Unit 1
3
1
DV 2
DV 1
Unit 2
2
3
DV 1
DV 5
Mixer 1
53 TS HS DUO
42 TS HS DUO
Unit 1 Unit 2 Unit 3
4
1 2
DV 2
Mixer 1
Mixer 2
DV 6
5
DV 2
DV 1
DV 5
Mixer 2
3
DV 5
Mixer 1
6
DV 3
Mixer 3
2
DV 6
DV 6
DV = Dispensing valve*
OptiVend
HS DUO
1
Canister
Model
code
1
2
3
4
5
6
22 TS 1
2V1F
Coffee
-
Coffee
-
-
-
42 TS 1
2V2F
Coffee
Topping
Coffee
Topping
Coffee
Sugar
53 TS 1
2V3F
Coffee
Topping
Cocoa
-
Coffee
Topping
22 TS 2
2VAF
Coffee
-
Coffee
-
-
-
42 TS 2
2VBF
Coffee
Topping
Coffee
Topping
Coffee
Sugar
53 TS 2
2VCF
Coffee
Topping
Cocoa
-
Coffee
Topping
Default setting (Quick dispensing)
Two (2) jugs of coffee of 2 litres in approximately 77 sec.
Four (4) pitchers in a row 160 sec., followed by a recovery boiler about 32 sec.
2
Alternative model setting (Continuous brewing, no boiler recovery time)
Two (2) Coffee 2-liter jugs in 121 sec., four pitchers in a row 242 sec.
After every two jugs no recovery boiler will follows.
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2. FIRST MENU SETTINGS AFTER INSTALLATION
The following data must be set in the operator and service menus immediately after the machine’s first
use. The language factory setting is English.
Switch on machine
● Follow the instructions on the display
Switch the machine on using the ON/OFF switch. The display shows; [ boiler filling ] and [ boiler
heating]. As soon as the set temperature has been reached, the heating element will be switched off.
out of order
out of order
place cup
EN
90 °C
boiler filling
boiler heating
Rinsing
Operatormenu (Page 29)
● 1.1
Clock [Klok]
● 1.7
PIN-code
Time [Tijd]
Date [Datum]
2-2-2-2-2
(set)
(set)
(PIN-Code)
Service menu (Page 32)
● 2.4
Settings
Language
(set)
● 2.6
Service boiler
Service moment
Cups
(set)
Months
(set)
Cups
The message indicates that the device must be descaled. If a water
filter is fitted (recommended), this is also an indication that the filter
must be replaced.
We strongly recommend to use a water filter. Calculate your fillter
capacity by using the capacity information provided with the filter.
Set the amount of cups into the menu so the signal [Service Boiler]
appears on the display.
place cup
Service boiler
Months
If desired a point of time can de set when the service boiler needs to appear.
Example: If 12 months is set during installation the boiler service message will appear on the
display 12 months after installation.
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Water hardness table
Water
Quality
● 2.2
Hardness
°D
°F
mmol/l
mgCaCo3/l
Service moment
after x (cups)
Very hard
18-30
32-55
3,2-5,3
321- 536
5000
Hard
12-18
22-32
2,2-3,2
268-321
12.500
Average
8-12
15-22
1,4-2,2
214-268
20.000*
Soft
4-8
7-15
0,7-1,4
72-214
40.000
Very soft
0-4
0-7
0- 0,7
0-72
0 = uit
Button settings
<Recipe name>
(set)
Every machine contains pre-programmed basic recipes. Each key can be changed, if
required. Which recipes are factory-set can be found in recipes settings document which can
be downloaded.
See http://www.animo.eu/en/sd
The same table also indicates which additional recipes in the software are available.
See chapter 2.1 How to program a recipe
● 2.1
Quick recipe Pro
<Recipe name>
Cup volume (ml)
Coffee
(sec.)
Topping
(sec.)
Chocolate (sec.)
Sugar
(sec.)
(set)
The coffee, topping and chocolate setting is a dispensing time in seconds for a 100ml drink.
When the cup volume (menu parameter) is increased, the coffee, Topping, Chocolate and
Sugar will be automatically proportional increased (not visible in the display).
See chapter 2.2 How to correct a recipe
●
Run the cleaning program to reset the rinsing message
place cup
place cup
Rinsing
12:00
06-09-14
Shut down
Please follow chapter 7 Transport / Shut down to empty the boiler system before transporting or
putting the machine in storage.
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2.1 How to program a recipe?
Every machine contains pre-programmed basic recipes.
Each key can be changed, if required. In below
example button 1 will be change from coffee into
cappuccino.
2.2 Button settings
│
└── 2.1.01 Button 1
│
│
└─── Recipe
│
│
└───────────────
2.1.01 Button 2
│
│
└─── Recipe
│
│
└───────────────
2.1.01 Button│ 3
│
│
└─── Recipe
│
│
└───────────────
│
Coffee black
Coffee creme
Espresso
Coffee Milk
Coffee Choc
Coffee
Cappuccino
Cappuccino
Wienermelange
Chocolate milk
Hot water
Cold water
Double espresso
Decaf
Hot milk
Soup
Tea
Chocolate
Jug coffee
Jug hot water
Coffee late
Espresso choc
Latte Macchiato
Coffee black .
Coffee creme .
Decaf .
1. Navigate to above mentioned service menu item.
2. Go to Button 1 - Recipe and confirm (v).
The 1st line in de display shows the programmed
recipe.
The 2nd line in the display shows the first recipe
from a hole range (see dotted frame) of
pre-programmed and extra recipes.
3. Scrol with the navigation buttons though the range
untill the desirable recipe and confirm 2x (v)
Which recipes are factory-set can be found in
recipes settings document which can be
downloaded. See http://www.animo.nl/en/
downloads/service-documentation/
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2.2 How do you correct a recipe?
Easy way to check the dispensed drink- volume and
taste without leaving the menu!
2.1 Quick recipe pro
│
└── 2.1.01 Coffee (recipe)
│
│
└─── Coffee
RT
│
Ingrediënt (Coffee) STA
│
│
2.1.04 Cappuccino (recipe)
└─── Cappuccino
│
Cup volume
│
│
│
└─ Cup volume 120ml
└─── Cappuccino
│
Ingrediënt (Coffee)
│
│
│
└─ Coffee
1,6s.
│
└─── Cappuccino
Ingrediënt (topping)
│
└─ Topping 2,9s.
*
RT
STA
START
RT
STA
RT
STA
1. Navigate to above service menu item
2. Change one or more settings and confirm (v),
(START led blinks).
3. Place a empty cup under the outlet and press the
START button. You drink is made.
When the Cup volume (menu parameter) is
increased, instant products Coffee, Topping
and Chocolate will be automatically
proportional increased.
4. If the strength of the drink is not perfect the instant
ingredient can be adjusted separately. Scroll to
the desired ingredient to be adjusted, and change
the dispensing time ▲ ▼ and confirm (v) it. The
START led flashes.
Repeat this procedure until the drink is
perfect.
5. See the following chapter if it is desirable to measure
the weight for each dispensed ingredient.
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2.3 How do you measure the weight of an
ingredient only?
Only the ingredient motor will be driven (no mixer motor
is driven and no water is dispensed).
It is recommended to check the ingredient
measurements using a mini scale.
These are simple to order via the Internet.
2.1 Quick recipe pro
│
└── 2.1.01 Coffee (recipe)
│
└─── Coffee
│
Ingredient (Coffee)
│
│
TEST
EN
T
TES
2.1.04 Cappuccino (recipe)
│
└─── Cappuccino
T
│
Ingredient (Coffee) TES
│
└─── Cappuccino
T
Ingredient (topping) TES
START
1. Navigate to above service menu item
2. Hold a empty cup under the outlet.
3. Press the TEST button, only the chosen ingredient
will be dispensed.
Topping
Choco
4. Measure the weight of the ingredient.
? gram
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2.4 Advanced recipe settings
Before changing the advanced recipe settings (service menu 2.3) you should first know how the
various parts such as valves, coffee grinder, ingredient motors and mixers work together, see Section
Time line recipe settings.
Keep to the following guidelines:
● Water (valves) are simply set in mililitres.
● Ingredient dispensing times are set in seconds (steps of 0.01 sec.)
● All parameters (water and ingredients such as topping and cocoa) are based on a 100 ml drink
and converted automatically in the programme to the cup volume as set in 1.4 Quick recipe / 2.1
Quick recipe pro 2) and 2.2 Button settings.
● When a drink consists of DV1 and DV2, the sum of these water quantities must always be 100 ml.
● A rinse parameter is used to ensure that the mixer is properly rinsed after the mixers is almost
empty a small amount of hot water is dispensed to the mixer so that it is clean as possible on
completion.
A realistic rinse value is 8 ml. Note; this does not have to be deducted from the water
quantity. The programme calculates this automatically! Example: set parameter DV2 = 100 ml,
Rinse 2 = 8 ml --> Programme carries out action as follows: DV2 = 92 ml, Rinse 2 = 8 ml
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OptiVend 22 / 32 / 42
OptiVend 33 / 43 / 53 / 63
2.5 Timeline recipe settings
DV 1WT
Unit 1
DV 1
Rinse 1 WT Rinse 1
Ingr. WT
Ingredient 1
Ingr. WT
Ingredient 2
Mixer WT
Speed 1
Speed 2
15ml/sec.
Mixer 1 run time
Time speed 1
DV 2 WT
Unit 2
DV 2
Rinse 2 WT Rinse 2
Ingr. WT
Ingredient 3
Ingr. WT
Ingredient 4
Mixer WT
Speed 1
Speed 2
15ml/sec.
Mixer 2 run time
Time speed 1
DV 3 WT
Unit 3
DV 3
Rinse 3 WT Rinse 3
Ingr. WT
Ingredient 5
Ingr. WT
Ingredient 6
Mixer WT
Speed 1
Speed 2
15ml/sec.
Mixer 3 run time
Time speed 1
DV 4 WT
DV 4
20ml/sec. (Hotwater)
DV 5 WT
DV 5
15ml/sec. (Bypass water)
DV 6 WT
DV 6
15ml/sec. (Bypass water HS DUO)
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3. PRINCIPLE OF OPERATION
1
1
2
3
2
4
3
12
11
5
10
6
9
8
Item
Description
1.
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OptiVend 32 NG
Item
Description
Instant canisters
7.
water inlet mixer bowl
2.
IM 1-6
Canister drive motor
8.
Hot water spout
3.
DV 1-6
Dispensing valves
9.
Drink spout
4.
H 2-3
Boiler
10.
5.
FAN
Ventilator
11.
Mixer motor steam vapour ring
6.
KW1
Inlet valve
12.
Moisture extraction cassettte
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3.1 Water management
1
3
3
2
LSH
LSL
DV1 - 5
DV1
1
1 3
DV2
1 3
DV5
DV3
2
2
2
1 3
1 3
1 3
DV4
2
T1
NTC sensor
Boiler
2
2
H1
Heet
water
*
Ingredient 1/2
Ingredient 3/4
Ingredient 5/6
Mixer
MM 3
Mixer
MM 2
Mixer
MM 1
Aftap boiler
Mixer
uitlaat
Boiler
Hot (& Cold)
water uitlaat
Inlaat ventiel
Hot & Cold
KW1
3/4 “
NRV
Lekbakafvoer
Watertoevoer
KW1
Terugslagklep
NRV
3/4 “
Hoofdkraan
3/8 “
Kalk & carbon
filterpatroon
HOT & COLD
terugslagklep
WF
Koud water
unit (optie)
Inlaat ventiel
Excl. HS DUO
Code
KW3
*
Beschrijving
Code
Beschrijving
WF
Water filter
DV3
Mixer 3 dispensing valve
KW1
Inlet valve
DV4
Hot water dispensing valve
NRV
Non-return valve
DV5
Bypass dispensing valve
H1
Boiler
DV6
Bypass dispensing valve (HS DUO)
T1
NTC sensor
KW3
Cold water inlet valve (H&C optioneel)
LSL
Minimum niveau sensor
MM1
Mixer system ingredient 1 & 2
LSH
Maximum niveau sensor
MM2
Mixer system ingredient 3 & 4
DV1
Mixer 1 dispensing valve
MM3
Mixer system ingredient 5 & 6
DV2
Mixer 2 dispensing valve
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3.2 Components
Components
Image
Inlet valve KW1 [02801]
Opens and closes the water supply, 24 Vdc coil closure. Flow
speed abt. 2,5 L/min.
Inlet valve KW1 [1005239]
Opens and closes the water supply, 24 Vdc coil closure. Flow
speed abt. 7,0 L/min.
Boiler
OptiVend NG (TS) 5,5 litres / OptiVend NG s 2,5 litres
Open boiler manufactured entirely from material AISI 316L
insulated.
Temperatuur sensor T1 [80063]
100kΩ/25°C
Heating element H1 [03216]
230V 3200W
Dry-boil protection [03093] 1N~230V
Activation temperature 135°C / 1 pole / manual reset.
Dry-boil protection [03106] 3N~400V
Activation temperature 135°C / 3 pole / manual reset.
See chapter 3.5 Water boiler for operation.
Steam thermostat [03484]
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.
(Left) Dispensing valve DV [03250]
Supplies water to the mixers.
(Right) Dispensing valve DV [02803] HS DUO only
Supplies water to the mixers.
See chapter 3.5.1 Dispensing valves for operation.
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Components
Image
Solid State Relais (SSR) [02799]
The heating element is controlled by a solid state relay.
Pay attention for the polarity of the 24Vdc side!
12-30 Vdc
SSR
230 Vac
Cup detection sensor [1003231]
Reflection infrared sensor. This sensor can optionally build in the
machine door. This sensor checks whether there is a cup / mug
positioned under the (correct) spout.
See chapter 3.3 Cup detection for operation.
Ingredient and mixer system
Each of the ingredient canisters is driven by a motor running at
130 rpm. The instant product (ingredient) is pushed out of the
canister by a worm screw and falls via the dispensing nozzle into
the mixer unit. At the same time, hot water is measured into the
mixer unit. The instant product and the water are mixed together
by the mixer impeller driven by the mixer motor running at 16,500
rpm. The drink flows via the drink outlet into the cup.
Ingredient motor [02906] + Shaft shaft [03330]
See chapter 3.4 Instant group for operation.
Water vapour drain system
Most of the water vapour given off during the mixing is collected
by the vapour drain ring and extracted via the extraction tray by
the fan. The instant residue is collected by the extraction tray. The
extraction tray can be easily removed (for cleaning) by dismantling
the mixer unit. This largely prevents water vapour getting into the
canister outlet and the ingredient becoming moist.
See chapter 3.4.3 Ventilation mixer group for operation.
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3.3 Cup detection (optional) (excl. HS DUO)
The sensors detect the presence of a cup below the coffee outlet of the beverage dispenser. Coffee
is only prepared when a cup has been placed. Also the outlet for hot water is equipped with a cup
sensor. The sensitive sensors will detect paper cups, as well as porcelain or glass cups.
The new cup detection is extremely safe in use and will prevent you from wasting freshly brewed
coffee or tea.
WARNING
EN
•
Keep the sensor windows free of dirt.
•
Don’t reach below the drink spouts when a drink is prepared.
Caution
•
the cup detection sensors are standard activated
•
run the rinsing program with a closed door
•
when placing a cup the machine awakes itself from the energy safe mode
A
?
?
?
B
•
A: Cup detection for coffee, cappuccino, chocolate spout.
B: Cup detection for tea water spout
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3.4 Instant group
The instant product (ingredient) is pushed out of the canister [ 1 ] by a worm screw and falls via the
dispensing nozzle into the mixer unit [ 3.4 ]. At the same time, hot water is dispensed into the mixer
unit. The instant product and the water are mixed together by the mixer impeller [ 3.3 ] driven by the
mixer motor [ 3.1 ] running at 16.500 rpm . The drink flows via the drink outlet into the cup.
Most of the water vapour given off during the mixing is collected by the vapour drain ring [ 3.5 ] and
extracted via the extraction tray [ 3.6 ] by the fan [ 2 ]. The instant residue is collected by the extraction tray. The extraction tray can be easily removed (for cleaning) by dismantling the mixer unit. This
largely prevents water vapour getting into the canister outlet and the ingredient becoming moist.
Major components
Art. no.
Technical data
02906
24Vdc / 130 RPM
3.1 Mixer motor
1003567
24Vdc / 16.500 RPM
3.2 Mounting ring cpl
1003568
3.3 Mixer rotor
1003569
3.4 Mixer bowl
1003570
3.5 Extraction ring
1003571
3.6 Extraction drawer
1003273
3.7 Water inlet adapter
1003575
1. Instant canister
1.1 Ingredient motor
2. Extraction System
3. Mixer group serie 247
1.1
3.7
1
3.6
2
3.5
3
3.1
3.2
3.3
3.4
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3.4.1 Adjustable mixer speed
The mixer speed is adjustable from 20 to 100%.
During the Running time two speeds can set, Speed 1 and Speed 2.
It’s possible to adjust the percentage of Time speed 1.
Speed 2 is then performed over the remaining mixing time.
DV 1WT
DV 1
Unit 1
Rinse 1 WT Rinse 1
Ingr. WT
Ingredient 1
Ingr. WT
Ingredient 2
Mixer WT
Speed 1
Speed 2
15ml/sec.
Mixer 1 run time
EN
Time speed 1
At low speed, instant product is less whipped as it is at a high speed.
Mixing coffee briefly at at low speed (20%)
Provides a black coffee (no cream layer) (Jug of coffee)
Mixing coffee + milk at a moderate speed 40%)
Provides a coffee mixed with milk (no foam)
Mixing coffee at a moderate rate (40%)
Provides a coffee with cream layer
Mixing topping at a high speed (100%)
Provides a solid milk foam
MIXER MOTOR SPEED
17500
16500
15500
SPEED (RPM)
14500
13500
12500
11500
10500
9500
8500
7500
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40
45
50
55
60
65
70
SPEED SETTING (%)
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80
85
90
95
100
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3.4.2 Multi shot coffee recipe
Normally it is sufficient to dispense the instant coffee
product in one single shot (see left) in the mixer bowl.
Visually a quite short of concentrated coffee runs into
the cup, the rest is water.
In the optional recipes there are some special coffee
recipes available where this single instant coffee shot is
divided over 4 small shots (see right) dispensed into the
mixer bowl so that the coffee beam is visible as long as
possible.
The multi shot coffee recipes are recognizable to the
dot behind the recipe name:
- Coffee (black) .
- Coffee cream .
Coffee
Coffee cream
Decaf
- Decaf .
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Coffee (black) .
Coffee cream .
Decaf .
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3.4.3 Ventilation mixer group
The fan on the rear side of the machine ventilates the
mixer group.
The fan is easy to remove by turning the screw
underneath.
The fan speed can be adjusted in the service menu:
2.4 Settings
│
└── 2.4.05
│
└───
│
└───
│
└───
Ventilator
Fan time
EN
Fan speed 1
Fan speed 2
3.4.4 Ventilation TS models
The TS model has an extra fan. The airflow dissipates
the moisture rising from a thermos so it does not rises
up through the door.
The fan runs as long as the machine is switched on.
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3.5 Boiler system
Turn on the device using the ON/OFF switch. The display will light up. The magnetic valve [1.7] will
open and the hot water reservoir [1] will be filled to the maximum level electrode [1.2]. The heating
element [1.5] will be switched on when the minimum level electrode [1.3] is in the water. As soon as
the NTC sensor [1.4] measures the set temperature, the heating element [1.5] will be switched off.
Major parts
Technical data
1 Boiler system
2,5 / 5,5 Litre
Material
st.st.
1.1 Overflow tube
1.2 Maximum level electrode
st.st.
1.3 Minimum level electrode
st.st.
1.4 Temperature sensor NTC
1.5 Heating element
230V 3200W
1.6 Steam thermostat
230V 16A
st.st.
1.7 Boiler inlet
st.st.
1.8 Dry boil protection
1N~230V 16A / 3N~400V 16A
1.9 Boiler drain
2. Dispensing valve
Zie 3.5.1 Dispensing valve
1.1
1.2
2
1.3
1.4
1
1.5
1.6
1.9
1.8
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Level regulation
When a drink is being dispensed the water level drops
and the maximum level electrode [1.2] is released; the
inlet valve [1.7] (2.5 litres/min.) opens and immediately
refills the reservoir until the maximum level [1.2]
is reached again. If the water level falls under the
minimum level electrode [1.3] during operation, the
operating panel display will show [ boiler filling ]. 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].
1.2
1.3
EN
Temperature regulation
The heating element [1.5] is turned on when the water
temperature falls below the temperature setting and
the minimum level electrode [1.3] registers water. The
temperature in the water reservoir is measured using an
NTC precision sensor [1.4] 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 [1.7] opens and cold water is
added. The heating element [1.5] switches off again as
soon as the inlet valve shuts off. The heating element
always switches off when the maximum boiler temperature of 99˚C is reached.
Steam thermostat
The solid state relay (SSR) is secured by a steam
thermostat [1.6] which is build in line with the overflow
tube [1.1] from the boiler. 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, after 8 minutes Error E21 will
occur. The thermostat must be manually reset.
12-30 Vdc
SSR
230 Vac
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3.5.1 Dispensing valves [03250]
After a drink has been selected one of the dispensing valves [DV] opens and lead the hot water to
the brewer or mixer system. The flow rate of each valve is adjusted by means of the adjusting screw
[2.5.3] on the valve. The outflow quantity is determined by the time that the valve is opened. If the
valve closes, the output [2.5.2] aerated [2.5.1] so that the supply hose to the brewer and mixer are
always completely emptied.
Major parts
Technical data
1. Water boiler
2,5 / 5,5 Litre
2. Displensing valves
art.no. 03250
2.1 Coil
Materiaal
AISI 316
24Vdc
2.2 Core
2.3 Valve housing (inlet)
PSU
2.4 Seal set
art.no. 99673
2.4.1 Cup seal
VMQ
2.4.2 Plastic ring
PVDF
2.4.3 O-ring
VMQ
2.4.4 Plastic seat
PVDF
2.5 Outlet piece
bayonet connection
PSU
2.5.1 Aeration
tube
VMQ
2.5.2 Outlet
to brewer /mixer(s)
PSU
2.5.3 Adjusting screw
see 3.5.3 Calibrating
PSU
1
2.3
2.2
2.4.1
2
2.4.2
2.4
2.4.3
2.4.4
2.1
2.5.1
2.5.2
2.5
2.5.3
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3.5.2 Removing / replacing
The hot water dispensing valves are accessible by
dismantling the cover behind the ingredients canisters.
1. Switch off the machine.
2. Drain the water heater with the drain hose.
Attention: hot water.
3. Take the coffee- and instant canisters from the
machine and remove the back cover.
4. Gently loosen off the wiring and hoses and gently
pull the valves out of the silicone grommets.
EN
3.5.3 Calibration
In the unlikely event that one of the valves needs
replacing, it should be calibrated to one of the
dispensing speeds given the figure on the right after it
has been fitted.
When calibrating valves, use the special Valve
Calibration menu by opening the Service Menu
2.7 Hardware
│
└── 2.7.02
│
└───
│
└───
│
└───
│
└───
│
└───
│
└───
test
Calibrating valves
DV1
DV2
DV3
DV4
ST
TE c.
e
1s
DV5
+
--
DV6
1. Place a empty measuring cup with a minimum
volume of 250ml under de drinkoutlet.
2. Select the valve (DV) which need to be calibrate
and press TEST button for 1 sec. to open the
relevant valve for 10 seconds.
DV 1 Mixer1
DV 2 Mixer 2
DV 5 Bypass
DV 3 Mixer 3
DV 4 Hot water / DV 6 (HS DUO)
3. Set on the basis of the measured quantity the
adjusting screw on to 150 ml or 200 ml.
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4. MENU STRUCTURE
4.1 The operator / service menu
Most of the settings, including the product settings are secured by a PIN code. This PIN code is
intended to prevent the user accessing the service menu.
It is recommended not to leave this document with the user after installation and to change the
standard factory PIN code.
This chapter describes the various settings that can be changed by trained, authorised service
personnel. How you gain access to the service menu is described below. Once in the service menu,
the control panel has the following functions:
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Escape (return without changing)
Previous (menu item / increase value)
Next (menu item / decrease value)
Enter (accept menu option)
Test (test button for hardware test)
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•
Menu items are connected to each other in a ‘loop’.
•
Exit the Operator menu; press the X key 1x.
•
Exit the Service menu; press the X key 2x.
•
After exiting the service menu, a long peep signal
follows as a sign that changed settings are being
stored in the memory.
•
If the service menu has to be opened again within
5 minutes, the machine will not ask for a PIN code
again.
EN
Menu overview:
◄
X
Make your choice
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Service menu
1.0
Free vend
2.1
Quick recipe pro
1.1
Clock
2.2
Button settings
1.2
Switching times
2.3
Recipe settings
1.3
Recipe counters
2.4
Settings
1.4
Quick recipe
2.5
Reset counters
1.6
Hardware / Software
2.6
Service boiler
1.7
PIN code
2.7
Hardware test
1.9
Contrast
2.8
Read log
1.10
Cup sensors
2.9
Clear log
2.10
Load defaults
2.11
SD-menu
2.12
Change PIN code
2.16
Rinse management
PIN: 2-2-2-2-2
Display
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4.2 The operator menu
Operator menu
Main item
Sub-item
1.0 Free vend
1.1 Clock
1.2 Switching
times
Range
Set
Description
yes-no
yes
Set the machine for free or paid vending.
(if activated)
Time
HH:MM
Set the clock to the correct local time.
Date
DD-MM-YYYY
Set the clock to the correct local date.
Mo-Fri
Mo-Fri1
Machine stand-by
On time
Off time
Pricing time per.
On time
Off time
Price choice
Free
High
Low
Stand-by
On time
Off time
Pricing time per.
On time
Off time
Price choice
Free
High
Low
Stand-by
On time
Off time
Pricing time per.
On time
Off time
Price choice
Free
High
Low
Active
yes-no
yes
Time
15-240 min.
LCD
yes-no
Mo-Fri 2
Mo-Fri 3
sat
sat 1
sat 2
sat 3
sun
sun 1
sun 2
sun 3
Energy save
mode
Boiler temp. off / 60-80°C
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Stand-by: blocks keys and switches off.
Set the time (max. 3 timers) when the machine
must be in operation. When the timer switches the
machine off it automatically goes into stand-by and/
or energy mode (if activated).
Pricing at time period:
On/Off time set (max 3 timers.): The machine performs in this period the set price choice, Price low
or Free. If no time is set price high will be used.
Price choice:
Specify here at what pricing choice, free, price high
or price low, the machine must handle.
Energy save mode active: after the set time the
machine goes to power save (sleep mode) and uses
less energy. The product keys remain active but the
boiler cools down in steps of 5°C. When a product
30 min.
is chosen, the machine ‘wakes up’ and after a short
warm-up period is ready for operation again.
yes
Backlight LCD display during energy save mode.
off
Boiler temperature during power save.
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Example:
Three switching times set
Machine automatically switches from Stand-by to ON at 9 am. At 11am back to Stand-by, etc., etc.
During stand-by the key panel is switched off and the boiler temperature drops to the set stand-by
temperature (menu 2.4 Settings / Stand-by temp / off - 60-80°C (by default the stand-by temp is set to ‘off’)
1
2
3
9.00 - 11.00
12.00 - 13.00
14.00 - 15.00
Three switching times set & Energy save mode activated.
When the machine is ON and it is not in use, it switches to power save after 30 min.
The boiler temperature decreases by 5°C every 30 minutes. If a product is chosen after 2 hours, the machine
springs back into life. In this way, less energy is used if the machine is switched on but is used little or if
someone forgot to switch it off.
1
2
3
Energy save mode activated (no switching times set)
If there is no dispensing, the machine switches to power save after 30 min. The boiler temperature
decreases by 5°C every 30 minutes. If a product is chosen after 2 hours, the machine springs back into life.
In this way, less energy is used if the machine is switched on but is used little or if someone forgot to switch
it off.
Example:
Three set prices for beverages Mon-Fri.
1 Price choice
Free
9.00
Price choice
Price high: € 1,00
2
Price choice
Price low: € 0,50
18.00
11.00
Price choice
Price high: € 1,00
22.00
Service menu / 2.2 Button settings / Button 1- - - - 10
Service menu / 2.4 Settings / Payment system / G13
Operator menu / 1.0 Free vend / No
Price / Price high 1,00 + Price low 0,50
1.2 Switching times / mo-fri / mo-fri 1
9.00 till 11.00 free
Pricing time / on time 9.00 & off time 11.00
Price choice / free
If no time is set from 11:00 to 18:00 the machine is automatically switched from free to price high rate.
1.2 Switching times / mo-fri / mo-fri
18.00 till 22.00 price low (0,50)
2
Pricing time / on time 18.00 & off time 22.00
Price choice / price low 0,50
After 22:00 the machine will automatically switch over from low price to high price. When Saturday and
Sunday have not been set the machine stays these days on price high rate.
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Operator menu continued...
Main item
Sub-item
1.3 Recipe
counters
Recipe 1
Range
Set
Description
Total
cups
Total count per recipe (from free till jugs).
Free
cups
Number of drinks free
Paid low
price
cups
Number of drinks paid low price
Paid high
price
cups
Number of drinks paid high price
Test recipe
cups
Token
cups
Number of drinks paid with token per recipe
Jug
cups
Number of drinks dispensed in jug
Recipes total
See above
cups
Total count for all recipes with the same subdivision
as above
service counters
Rinse
Recipe 12
Number of drinks made by test recipe
Rinse programme counter
Reset counters
Reset all counters if activated
Save counters
Copy your counter readings to an SD card
- Place an SD memory card in the slot
- Press enter; save as: file.CNT
- Press Enter → please wait → saved
Memory Card
- Remove the SD card
- Place the SD card in your computer and open the file.CNT
with notepad or Word pad.
See the example on page 45
Error messages: SD card error: lock function on SD card ON
No SD card present: no SD card inserted
1.4 Quick recipe
Recipe name 1
Recipe name 12
1.6 Hardware /
Software
Cup volume
50-350 ml
120ml
Ingr. 1
-20 / +20%
0%
Ingr. 2
-20 / +20%
0%
Ingr. 3
-20 / +20%
0%
Ingr. 4
-20 / +20%
0%
Ingr. 5
-20 / +20%
0%
Ingr. 6
-20 / +20%
0%
Here you can easily set the volume and strength of
coffee, milk, sugar, cocoa yourself for each recipe
(drink key). Only the ingredients for the recipe
concerned are visible.
Software
Software version Vx.xx.xxx
Model file *.MDD
Recipe file *.RCD
Laguage file *TLF
Software version ANILCD Vx.xx.xxx
Hardware
Main board Rev 1
Interface board Rev 0
1.7 PIN-code
2-2-2-2-2
1.9 Contrast
0-100%
25%
Set the contrast of the LCD display
Cup sensor left
yes - no
yes
Cup sensor middle
yes - no
yes
yes; cup sensor active
no; cup sensor inactive
Cup sensor right
yes - no
yes
1.10 Cup sensors
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Pin code is press the 2 key 5x
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4.3 The service menu
Service menu
Main item
Sub-item
2.1 Quick recipe Pro
<Recipe name> 1
<Recipe name> 12
2.2 Button settings
Range
Set
Description
Cup volume
50-200 ml
120ml
Ingredient 1
0 - 10,00 s
Ingredient 2
0 - 10,00 s
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.
Ingredient 3
0 - 10,00 s
Ingredient 4
0 - 10,00 s
Ingredient 5
0 - 10,00 s
Ingredient 6
0 - 10,00 s
Recipe
Coffee
¼ list ¼
Change any recipe buttons here that
standard factory settings. All settings that
correspond to selected recipes are automatically loaded. See chapter 2.1 How to
program a recipe?
Recipe active
Yes/no
Yes
Use this to place the product concerned
out of service.
Price high 0,05-2,00
0,50
For paid dispensing a price high can be set
here for each product button.
Price low 0,05-2,00
0,25
For paid dispensing a price low can be set
here for each product button.
EN
Button 1
Price
Button 12
Kopvolume
50-350ml
120ml
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!
Multicup
0-30
0
Set the number of cups that should be
dispensed when the key switch is in the
jug setting.
Key switch
0-1-2-3-4
Set the required operation of the key
switch. See table 2
Yes-No
No
If set to yes: pressing this button starts the
hot- /cold* water dispensing and releasing it
stops the hot water dispensing.
*Cold water is optional
2 sec.
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.
Push & Hold
Drip time
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Software menu parameter
Key switch
Key
switch
Multicup
0
Table
Free
vend
Payment system
G13 / MDB
Yes
n.a.
free cup
free cup
Yes
paid cup
free cup
No
Yes
>1
No
Yes
0
1
No
Yes
>1
No
Yes
0
2
No
Yes
>1
No
Yes
0
3
No
Yes
>1
No
Yes
0
4
Table 2
No
Yes
">1
(2)"
Key switch
No
(off)
(on)
No
free cup
free cup
n.a.
free jug
free jug
Yes
paid jug
free jug
No
free jug
free jug
n.a.
free cup
free cup
Yes
paid cup
free cup
No
free cup
free cup
n.a.
free cup
free jug
Yes
paid cup
paid jug
No
free cup
free jug
n.a.
not possible
free cup
Yes
not possible
free cup
No
not possible
free cup
n.a.
not possible
free jug
Yes
not possible
paid jug
No
not possible
free jug
n.a.
free cup
free cup
Yes
paid cup
free cup
No
free cup
free cup
n.a.
free cup
free jug
Yes
paid cup
free jug
No
free cup
free jug
n.a.
free cup
free cup
Yes
paid cup
free cup
No
free cup
free cup
n.a.
free jug
free jug
Yes
paid jug
free jug
No
free jug
free jug
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Main item
Sub item
Sub
Item
Range
Description
2.3 Recipe setting
<Recipe name> 1
Unit 1
DV 1 WT
0,0-30,0 s
Delay time Water 1
DV 1
0-100 ml
Dispensing amount Water 1
Rinse 1 WT
0,0-20,0 s
Delay time Rinsing Water 1
Rinse 1
0-15 ml
Dispensing amount Rinsing Water 1 Automatically deducted from Water 1
Ingredient 1 WT
0,0-30,0 s
Delay time Ingredient 1
Ingredient 1
0,0-10,0 s
Product dispensing time Ingredient 1
Ingredient 2 WT
0,0-30,0 s
Delay time Ingredient 2
Ingredient 2
0,0-10,0 s
Product dispensing time Ingredient 2
Mixer 1 WT
0,0-30,0 s
Delay time Mixer 1
0,0-10,0 s
Mixing time Mixer 1
20-100%
1st speed Mixer 1
0-100%
Time 1st speed Mixer 1
20-100%
2nd speed Mixer 1
DV 2 WT
0,0-30,0 s
Delay time Water 2
DV 2
0-100 ml
Dispensing amount Water 2
Rinse 2 WT
0,0-20,0 s
Delay time Rinsing Water 2
Rinse 2
0-15 ml
Dispensing amount Rinsing Water 2 Automatically deducted from Water 2
Ingredient 3 WT
0,0-30,0 s
Delay time Ingredient 3
Ingredient 3
0,0-10,0 s
Product dispensing time Ingredient 3
Ingredient 4 WT
0,0-30,0 s
Delay time Ingredient 4
Ingredient 4
0,0-10,0 s
Product dispensing time Ingredient 4
Mixer 2 WT
0,0-30,0 s
Delay time Mixer 2
0,0-10,0 s
Mixing time Mixer 2
20-100%
1st speed Mixer 2
0-100%
Time 1st speed Mixer 2
20-100%
2nd speed Mixer 2
Mixer 1
Running time
Speed 1
Time speed 1
<Recipe name>12
Speed 2
Unit 2
Mixer 2
Running time
Speed 1
Time speed 1
Speed 2
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Sub item
Sub
Item
Range
Description
2.3 Recipe setting
<Recipe name> 1
Unit 3
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
0-15 ml
Dispensing amount Rinsing Water 3 Automatically deducted from Water 3
Ingredient 5 WT
0,0-30,0 s
Delay time Ingredient 5
Ingredient 5
0,0-10,0 s
Product dispensing time Ingredient 5
Ingredient 6 WT
0,0-30,0 s
Delay time Ingredient 6
Ingredient 6
0,0-10,0 s
Product dispensing time Ingredient 6
Mixer 3 WT
0,0-30,0 s
Delay time Mixer 3
0,0-10,0 s
Mixing time Mixer 3
20-100%
1st speed Mixer 3
0-100%
Time 1st speed Mixer 3
20-100%
2nd speed Mixer 3
DV 4 WT
0,0-30,0 s
Delay time Water 4
DV 4
0-100 ml
Dispensing amount Water 4
(Hot water dispensed)
DV 5 WT
0,0-30,0 s
Delay time Water 5
DV 5
0-100 ml
Dispensing amount Water 5
(Bypass dispense)
DV 6 WT
0,0-30,0 s
DV 6
0-100 ml
(continued…)
Mixer 3
Running time
Speed 1
Time speed 1
<Recipe name> 12
Speed 2
Range ingredient
not used
Ingredient 1
0-50%
Ingredient 2
0-50%
Ingredient 3
0-50%
Ingredient 4
0-50%
Ingredient 5
0-50%
Ingredient 6
0-50%
Use the strength setting item to add an
ingredient to the strength adjustment.
Ingredient strength adjustment:
0= off / > 1 = on
Example: [coffee] 10%
-10% -5%
0
5%
10%
KW3 WT
0,0-30,0 s
Delay time Water KW3
KW3
0-100 ml
Dispensing amount from an extra inlet
valve Water KW3 (Cold Water option)
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Main item
Sub item
Item
2.4 Instellingen
Taal
English
Range
Setting
Description
Language choice display.
Ex factory setting English.
Nederlands (Dutch)
Deutsch (German)
Français (French)
Svenska (Swedish)
Norsk (Norwegian)
EN
Suomi (Finnish)
Dansk (Danisch)
Temperature
Temp. boiler
85°C
Boiler temperature models
OV (s) NG
90°C
Boiler temperature models
OV TS NG
70-97°C *
Hysteresis
2-10°C
2°C
Temperature drop, after which boiler
must reheat
Output block
70-80°C
78°C
Boiler temperature disables dispensing. Display: [Out of order, boiler
heating]
Output release
70-90°C
83°C
Boiler temperature allows dispensing again
Stand-by
uit / 60-80°C
uit
Boiler temperature during stand-by
5 sec.
To maintain the optimum boiler temperature the heating element and
inlet valve switch on simultaneously.
Set the delay of the element here
after the inlet valve is closed.
Extended Heating
0-5 sec.
Inlet valve
Heating
Display
Show clock
Yes/no
No
Show clock in display
Show date
Yes/no
No
Show date in display
Autom saving time
Yes/no
Yes
Automatic summer time
Summertime zone
EU/USA zone
EU
Summer time zone
Time differences
+1 / -1 DTS
+1
Time difference
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%
60%
Fan speed during dispensing
Daylight saving time
ew!
N m V5.51
fro
Use beeper
Ventilator
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Main item
Sub item
Item
2.4 Settings
Coin system
None
(continued...)
G13
Range
Setting
Description
No payment system connected
Coin value per channel setting.
0-100.00 +
Token
€ 0.05
€ 0.10
€ 0.20
€ 0.50
€ 1.00
€ 2.00
Single vend
yes-no
yes
Yes: any excess money inserted is
not kept for the following drink. No:
is kept for the following drink.
Max coin
acception
€ 0.05100.00
€ 2.00
Insertions higher than, for example,
€ 2.00 will be refused and returned
via the coin groove of the coin mechanism. Set to the highest recipe
product price.
Point position
0-2
2
The position of the decimal point in
the amount.
Show credit
yes-no
yes
Display credit (Cr.) on the display
Single vend
yes-no
yes
Yes: any excess money inserted is
not kept for the following drink. No:
is kept for the following drink.
Max coin
acception
€ 0,05100,00
€ 2,00
Insertions higher than, for example,
€ 2.00 will be refused and returned
via the coin groove of the coin mechanism. Set to the highest recipe
product price.
Point position
0-2
2
The position of the decimal point in
the amount.
Show credit
yes-no
yes
Show credit (Cr.) on the display.
Purchase
obligation
yes-no
yes
Whether money is returned or not
when the return handle is pressed.
Pre pay
yes-no
no
Whether or not a drink selected can
be made after sufficient money has
been inserted.
Cash and Card
yes/no
no
yes: when Y-cable is used for
coin- and card system on one MDB
connection
External release?
yes/no
no
yes: the machine can be released
by using a potential-free contact
(pulse).
External release
time
0-255 sec.
20 s.
Set the time that the machine may
be released
Coin channel 1
Coin channel 6
MDB
40
Resp. € 0.05 to € 2.00.
0.00 = free
TOKEN = coffee coin.
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Main item
Sub-item
2.4 Instellingen
Item
Range
Set
Description
I/0 reset counters
yes-no
no
Add menu item Reset counters to the
operator menu.
I/0 Quick recipe
yes-no
no
Menu item Snelrecept aan het operatormenu toevoegen
Drip tray signal
yes-no
yes
Deactivate the drip tray sensor
warning in the software.
(vervolg...)
Demo modus
yes-no
no
This function can be used when the
machine is in a showroom or at a
trade fair. The machine does not then
need to be connected to a water supply. In the display, DEMO is shown
on the bottom line. Keys and the
Display operate normally.
Stop button
yes-no
yes
If this function is set to Yes, the Hot
water (and cold water) can be
stopped using the stop button.
Direct choice
yes-no
no
If this function is set to Yes, the
chosen product will be started
immediately, without the start key
being pressed. Strength setting is not
possible anymore.
Free vend
yes-no
yes
Set the machine for free or paid
vending.
I/0 Free vend
yes-no
yes
Add/remove menu item 1.0 Free
vend to the operator menu.
Cup sensors
Telemetry
Cup sensor left
yes - no
yes
Cup sensor middle
yes - no
yes
Cup sensor right
yes - no
yes
I/0 Cup sensors
yes - no
yes
No telemetry system connected.
MDB
Memory Card
Telemetry system connected via
MBD port. Insert SD card with min.
1Gb in card holder, here the EVA
DTS file will be stored. Data transfer
via MDB connection.
Memory Card
Telemetry system connected via DEX
port. Insert SD card with min. 1Gb in
card holder, here the EVA DTS file
will be stored. Data transfer via DEX
connection.
fro
DEX-UCS
Service counters
Rinse counter?
Reset rinse counter.
Recipe counter 1 -12
Reset recipe counters for each
recipe.
Reset total counter
Reset total counters.
Recipe counters
Reset all counters
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sensors to the operator menu.
None
!
NemwV5.52
2.5 Reset counters
yes; cup sensor active
no; cup sensor inactive
Reset all counters at once.
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Hoofd item
Sub item
Item
Bereik
Set
Beschrijving
2.6 Service boiler
Service moment
Cups
0-50.000
20.000
After reaching the set service moment (cups or month), the message
Service boiler appears in the display
on switching on.
See also Chapter 6 Service.
Month
0-18
0
If desired a point of time can be
set when the Service boiler signal
should appear. Example: If 12
months is set during installation the
service boiler message will appear
on the display 12 months after
installation.
Service counter
Cups
The total number of vended cups
or passed month is counted down
here. It can be checked here at any
time how far away the machine is
from periodic maintenance (boiler
descaling or water filter replacement). When the counter reaches 0
it continues with a negative count.
Month
Reset service
counter
Water hardness table
After periodic maintenance has
been carried out (boiler descaled or
filter replaced) the service counter
must be set to zero.
Water
Quality
Hardness
Service moment
after x (cups)
°D
°F
°K
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
12.500
Average
8-12
15-22
5-7
1,4-2,2
268-214
20.000*
Soft
4-8
7-15
2-5
0,7-1,4
72-268
40.000
* factory setting
Very soft
0-4
0-7
0-2
0- 0,7
0-72
0 = uit
# Coin channel
settings foreign
currencies
Danish Krone
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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Sub-item
Sub
2.7 Hardware test
Inputs
Temperature
Level sensors
Range
Description
Boiler temp
Shows the status of the sensors/switches
concerned.
High
Low
Yes/no
Yes/no
16
13 14 15
Drip tray sensor
Yes/no
Key panel
1
7
2
8
3
9
4
10
5
11
6
12
5
3
1
4
Service panel
17
Outputs
Test by holding
in TEST button
Cup sensor left
Yes/no
Cup sensor middle
Yes/no
Cup sensor right
Yes/no
Jumper detection
Yes/no
When the
Nominal
current of a output rises above
the set current *
mentioned output
will be shut off.
Inlet valve (Boiler)
DV1
Dispenser valve 1 (Mixer 1)
DV2
Dispenser valve 2 (Mixer 2)
Dispenser valve 3 (Mixer 3)
600mA
DV4
Dispenser valve 4 (Hot water)
DV5
Dispenser valve 5 (Bypass)
DV6
Dispenser valve 6 (By-pass HS DUO)
IM1 #
Ingredient motor 1 (Canister 1)
IM2 #
Ingredient motor 2 (Canister 2)
IM3 #
Ingredient motor 3 (Canister 3)
600mA
IM4 #
Ingredient motor 4 (Canister 4)
IM5 #
Ingredient motor 5 (Canister 5)
IM6 #
Ingredient motor 6 (Canister 6)
MM1 #
Mixer motor 1
MM2 #
2000mA
Mixer motor 2
MM3 #
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KW1
DV3
# During test the
display shows
the Nominal
current (mA).
18
Mixer motor 3
200mA
Ventilator
LED’s
LED’s
KW3
Inlet valve (Optional Cold water)
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Main item
Sub item
Sub
Range
Description
2.7 Hardware test
Calib. valves
DV1
15 ml / sec.
Calibrate to 150ml (10sec. x 15ml)
Test by holding
in TEST button
(for 1 sec.) to
open the relevant valve for
10 seconds.
DV2
15 ml / sec.
Calibrate to 150ml (10sec. x 15ml)
DV3
15 ml / sec.
Calibrate to 150ml (10sec. x 15ml)
DV4
20 ml / sec.
Calibrate to 200ml (10sec. x 20ml)
DV5
15 ml / sec.
Calibrate to 150ml (10sec. x 15ml)
DV6
15 ml / sec.
Calibrate to 150ml (10sec. x 15ml)
KW3
35 ml / sec.
Cold water inlet valve cannot be calibrated
(fixed flow)
Mixer(s)
Mixer 1
(continued...)
Operating hours
Mixer 2
Mixer 3
Ingredient
IM 1
motor(s)
IM 2
Day - Hour : Min.
IM 3
IM 4
0 - 00 : 00
IM 5
IM 6
KW1 (inlet valve)
KW3 (cold water)
Valves
Number x activated
____x
DV1 (mixer 1)
DV2 (mixer 2)
DV3 (mixer 3)
DV4 (heetwater)
DV5 (bypass)
DV6 (bypass HS
DUO)
Element
Element 1
Element 2
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Main item
Sub-item
Item
Description
2.8 read log
2.9 Erase log
Last 20 error messages including time and date will be saved
Are you sure?
Log will be erased
2.10 Load defaults
Model #
# See Section 1.1
Model code
OV11s
Type code
HS DUO
OV22 TS
2V1A
HS DUO
2V1F
OV53 TS
2.11 SD menu
Before loading
or saving data,
place an empty SD
memory card in the
card reader.
This is located
behind the stainless
steel panel on the
inside of the door.
2V3F
The defaults must be loaded when a new circuit board is installed.
When loading the defaults, the OptiVend NG model stated on the
type plate must be set. Only after confirming the question No? push
X / Yes? push V’ will the right model settings be loaded.
Note;
● When you confirm this setting, all factory settings are loaded into
the control and all changed programmed values are lost.
● After loading the defaults, the PIN code is 2-2-2-2-2 again and the
language is set to English again. Change as necessary.
OV63TS
2VBA
Load data
Personal
settings
With this menu item Personal settings can be loaded into the
machine using an SD memory card (uploaded).
This file contains the (changed) personal settings for the menus;
2.4 Settings / 2.6 Service boiler / 2.13 Additional settings / 2.16
Clening management.
The data file (2Fxxxx00.MDU) must be on the SD card.
Language
With this menu item, a non-standard language set can be loaded
into the machine. The data file (xxxxxx.TLF) must be on the SD card.
Recipe
With this menu item Personal recipes can be loaded into the
machine using an SD memory card (uploaded).
This file contains the (changed) personal recipes for the menus; 2.1
Quick recipe / 2.2 Button settings / 2.3 Recipe settings. The data
file (2Fxxxx00.RCU) must be on the SD card.
Counters
With this menu item Recipe counters can be loaded into the machine using an SD memory card (uploaded).
There must be a data file (2Bxxxx00.CNT) on the SD card.
This file contains all recipe counters from the 1.3 Recipe counters
Memory Card
Use this function only when, for example, a new control must be
installed in the machine and the counters must be ‘moved’ from the
old control to the new one. Do not misuse this function!
Operating hours
With this menu item Operating hours can be loaded into the machine using an SD memory card (uploaded).
There must be a data file (2Bxxxx00.TMR) on the SD card.
This files contains all the operating hours from the menu 2.7 Hardware test / operating hours.
Use this function only when, for example, a new control must be
installed in the machine and the counters must be ‘moved’ from the
old control to the new one. Do not misuse this function!
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Main item
Sub-item
Item
Description
2.11 SD menu
Save data
Personal
settings
With this menu item Personal settings can be saved on an SD
memory card and/or copied to another machine.
All changed settings made in the menus; 2.4 Settings / 2.6 Service
boiler / 2.13 Additional settings / 2.16 Cleaning management are
saved in a data file (2Fxxxx00.MDU) on the card.
Recipes
With this menu item Personal recipes can be saved on an SD
memory card and/or copied to another machine.
All changed settings made in the menus; 2.1 Quick recipe pro /
2.2 Button settings) / 2.3 Recipe settings are saved in a data file
(2Fxxxx00.RCU) on the SD card.
Counters
With this menu item Recipe counters (personal recipes) can be
saved on an SD memory card.
All counter readings from the menu; 1.3 Recipe counters are saved
in a data file (2Fxxxx00.CNT) on the SD card.
Note; after the counters have been saved you will be asked if the
counters in the machine must be reset. Press Esc. (X) for NO, press
Enter (V) for YES.
Log
With this menu item the Log (error messages overview) can be
saved on an SD memory card.
All error messages from the menu; 2.8 Read log are saved in a data
file (2Fxxxx00.LOG) on the SD card.
Note; Depending on your settings, Windows can see this file as a
TXT file.
Operating hours
With this menu item the Operating hours can be saved on an SD
memory card.
All operating hours from the menu; 2.7 Hardware test / Operating
hours are saved in a data file (2Fxxxx00.TMR) on the SD card.
Note; after the operating hours have been saved you will be asked
if the counters in the machine must be reset. Press Esc. (X) for NO,
press Enter (V) for YES.
> yes - no
The SD card can safely be removed after confirming with Yes
(continued....)
Memory Card
Remove SD-card
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Main item
Sub-item
Item
Range
2.12 Change PIN
code
New PIN code
Repeat PIN code
With this menu item the PIN code can be changed. Use only the keys
1 to 4. The complete service menu is secured behind this PIN code.
This PIN code prevents unintentional changes to the machine settings
by untrained personnel.
Rinsing
PIN code forgotten?
In the PIN code input display (operator menu item 1.7) a number is
displayed on the right. Enter the associated PIN code (see the list
below) to access the service menu.
rinse mandatory
yes - no
nee
cups
0 - 5000
0
days
0- 31
1
Rinse via front
Pin code Tabel
Nr.
1
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Pincode
3
4
2
Description
● The factory PIN code is 2-2-2-2-2
Pin code
(8)
* * * * *
2.16 Rinse
management
Set
yes - no
2
8
When rinsing via the front is set to YES, the
rinse programme can be activated using the
stop key on the front of the machine. Press
and hold the Stop key for 10 seconds and then
follow the instructions.
ja
Nr.
4
If rinsing mandatory is set to YES, the machine is locked if it is NOT rinsed after the set
number of cups or days. Out of order / rinse
After the rinse programme has been completed, the machine is released again.
Pincode
2
3
2
Nr.
4
1
15
Pincode
2
1
2
1
1
2
3
1
4
3
4
9
2
4
3
2
3
16
1
2
2
3
3
3
4
1
3
4
3
10
3
1
3
3
2
17
3
4
1
4
4
4
4
3
2
3
2
11
1
3
3
3
2
18
4
1
4
3
3
5
2
3
3
4
1
12
1
2
4
1
3
19
3
1
2
4
1
20
2
2
3
2
4
6
4
2
1
3
1
13
4
3
1
2
1
7
2
4
2
4
4
14
1
1
1
4
2
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5.
SOFTWARE
5.1 Memory card specs
Type:
Size:
Memory Card
SD (Secure Digital card)
16 Mb or bigger
5.2 Machine setting management
The following changed settings can be saved on an SD
memory card and/or copied to another machine:
- Personal settings
- Recipes
The following data maintained by the machine can be
saved on an SD memory card and reloaded (e.g. when
fitting a new circuit board):
- Counters
- Log
- Operating hours
See Page. 45 & 46 menu item 2.11 SD menu of this
service book for further explanation.
Generated on 2014-11-10,
14:10:38
Software version: V5.50.1729
Button 1 (Coffee creme)
Free:
15
PayedLow:
0
PayedHigh:
8
PayedToken: 0
Test:
24
Total:
47
Pot:
6
PriceLow:
0
PriceHigh:
0
PriceTotal: 400
Reading files on a computer
The following files can simply be opened on a computer.
Counter file
Log file
Operating hours file
*.CNT
*.LOG
*.TMR
Place the SD card in your computer and open the required file with notepad or wordpad. See the example
Note: Depending on your settings, Windows can see
the LOG file as a TXT file.
5.3 Software installation
New software can easily be installed on the machine.
New software can be made available in the following
ways:
● www.animo.eu / dealer login: Extranet
Button 12 (hot water)
Free:
20
PayedLow:
0
PayedHigh:
0
PayedToken: 0
Test:
1
Total:
21
Pot:
11
PriceLow:
0
PriceHigh:
0
PriceTotal: 0
Totals
Free:
PayedLow:
PayedHigh:
PayedToken:
Test:
Total:
Pot:
PriceTotal:
69
0
9
0
46
124
17
450
Other counters
Clean:
2
Service: 19940
Service Month: -91
Operating: 152
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When loading new software the following changed
settings (data) are lost:
-
Changed recipes
Changed personal settings
A non-standard language file will be overwritten by
the standard language file NL/GB/DU/FR
Counts, Log and operating hours will be preserved!
Memory Card
1. Download the OptiVend NG software from the
Animo extranet site.
2. Unpack the ZIP file and copy all files in the root of
the SD card.
EN
3. Remove the cover plate on the inside of the door.
4. Insert the SD card in the card holder.
Tip: Save any changed settings first on an SD
card. This can be the same SD card as the one
containing the new software. Go to service menu
item 2.10 SD menu / Save data and save the
required settings.
SELECT FILE/FOLDER
< file name > . DHX
< file name > . DHX
ERASING
< file name > . DHX
FLASHING
5. Switch the machine off (0).
< file name > . DHX
VERIFYING
6. Switch the machine on again (I).
7. Press the Enter key (V-key). The new software will
now be installed automatically. The following
procedure takes about 5 minutes.
8
START APPLICATION
PAR /
LOAD FILES?
Choose the appropriate model and confirm your
selection with Enter.
Reading
< file name > .TLF
9. The display now shows ‘Make your choice’.
10. The new software has now been installed.
Reading
< file name > .MDD
11. Now reload the Personal recipes and settings
saved in step 4 into the machine. Go to service
menu item 2.10 SD menu / Load data and reload
the saved settings back into the machine.
Reading
< file name > .RCD
Finished
No Errors
12. Remove the SD card from the card holder.
Model
After installation, check the display contrast in the
Operator menu / 1.9 Contrast
2Vxxxx
Model 2Vxxxx
Are you sure?
Attention: during the software installation the display
can show some contrast fluctuations. This is a normal
symptom because the contrast parameter is first active
after the whole software is installed.
Model 2Vxxxx
moment please
OptiVend
V 5 . xx. xxxx
OptiVend
ANILCD V1. xx. xxxx
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6. MAINTENANCE
1a
6.1 Daily rinsing program
After 1 day the display shows RINSE.
This message will disappear again after the rinsing
program is executed.
Place cup
2 min
1b
.
Rinse
10 sec.
10 Sek.
1. Activate the rinsing program [1] and follow the
instructions in the display.
2. The rinsing program can also be activated by
pressing the STOP button for 10 sec. [2].
3. Confirm with the V-key [3] to start the rinsing.
The brewer and mixer unit are rinsed with clean
water.
2
In the Service menu / 2.16 Rinse management /
Rinsing mandatory (yes / no), the user can even be
obliged to carry out the rinsing program. If the rinsing
program is not activated the machine blocks.
Out of order
Rinse
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6.2 Periodic maintenance
6.2.1 Service boiler
During installation of the machine the boilers service
moment has been set. See service menu item 2.6
Service boiler / 2.6.1 Service moment
Place cup
During use, the drinks are counted. When the boiler
service moment is reached the text [ Service Boiler ] will
appear in the display.
Service boiler
1 / Descale Boiler
Reaching the service boiler time is an indication
that the boiler need descaled. Follow the instructions
in section 5.3 Descaling.
EN
Delete after descaling the boiler signal service in the
service menu: 2.6 Service boiler / 2.6.2 Reset
service counter.
2 / Replaced water filter
If a water filter is used (advice), this is the signal to
replace the filter.
Always inspect the boiler on scale after
replacing the water filter. If necessary carried
out a descaling procedure using a small
amount of descaler.
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6.2.2
Service contracts
Preface
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.
Water filter
We strongly advise you to use a water softener and/or water filter 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.
6.2.3 Servicing
For an estimated total of < 20,000 cups a year we recommend one service a year.
For an estimated total of > 20,000 cups a year we recommend two services a year.
Service activity
Descale
Time
Product
Art.No.
OptiVend NG
x1(s)
x2(s)
x3
99673
2-3x
3-4x
5x
03250
2-3x
3-4x
5x
22TS
42TS
53TS
4x
4x
5x
45 min.
00009
(can) /
Descale boiler system and
dispensing valves (see service
manual).
49007
(sachet)
Use valve seal set if necessary.
Or replace the dispensing valves
complete.
Attention:
HS DUO
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Service activity
Mixer(s)
Time
Product
Art.No.
OptiVend NG
x1(s)
x2(s)
x3
1x
2x
3x
10 min.
Check the motor shaft for dirt and wear.
Apply food grade grease to the water connection.
Replace mixer blade.
1003569
EN
Replace the seals in the green
mixer mounting ring.
or replace green mounting ring
complete.
1003573
1x
2x
3x
1003572
1x
2x
3x
1003568
1x
2x
3x
Lubricate mixer house water inlet
with food grade grease.
00008
(can) /
Clean the mixer components with
Animo cleaning agent
49009
(sachet)
Checking (general)
Check the complete machine operation. Check parts for
damage/wear and/or leaks.
Cleaning (general)
Brewer and mixer unit as for weekly cleaning.
The entire interior and exterior of the machine.
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WARNING
•
The machine has to be opened to descale the water
reservoir. This will expose parts under voltage
that can easily be touched. This can lead to life
threatening situations!
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.
6.3 Descaling instructions
Animo supplies Descaler in the following quantities:
•
Descaler 48 x 50g sachets (Art. No. : 49007)
•
Descaler 1kg tube (Art. No. 00009)
Time required, products and tools:
•
Time: approximately 45 minutes
•
2 sachets Animo Descaler or 8-10 dessert spoons
•
Drip tray of approximately 1.5 litres
•
Crosshead screwdriver
•
Bucket or basin at hand
Descale preparations
1. Switch off the device and pull the plug out of the
socket.
1
2. Drain the boiler completely empty using the drain
hose [ 1 ] at the fron of the machine.
Attention: HOT !
Boiler content OptiVend NG s abt. 2,5 litre,
OptiVend NG abt. 5,5 litre
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3. Remove the rear plate [ 2 ] and unscrew the
reservoir lid [ 3 ]. Take care: HOT!
4. Read the warnings and instructions for use on the
Animo Descaler sachets before dissolving two 50g
sachets (8-10 dessert spoons) into 2 litres warm
water.
2
5. Slowly pour the 1 litre acid solution into the
reservoir [ 4 ]. The acid solution will now react with
the lime scale.
6. Leave the solution to soak for a minimum of 10
minutes, until the foaming has stopped.
EN
Disassemble the dispensing valves
7. Remove the dispensing valves. They are accessible
through the cover plate behind the ingredient
canisters
3
4
5
8. Disconnect the wiring and hoses and carefully pull
the valves from the silicone seals [ 5 ].
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9. Disassemble the valves. There are three
possibilities:
A
A
Cleaning / descaling
Remove the seals and place them in a descaler
solution. After the parts are cleaned build the valves
back together. See Section 3.5.1 Dispensing valves
B
Fit a replacement set
B
After the parts are replaced entirely by the seal
replacement set build the valves back together.
See Section 3.5.1 Dispensing valves
C
C
Fit new valves
Attention: new dispensing valves must be
set on the correct dosing!
See Section 3.5.3 Calibration
10. Replace the valves into the boiler [ 6 ] and install
the wiring and hoses again.
6
continuation boiler descaling....
11. Fill the boiler with the rest of the solution,
and fill if necessary with extra hot water.
Use a brush to spread the descaler over the
level electrodes [ 7 ] during the soaking time.
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Rince!
12. Drain the boiler completely empty using the drain
hose [ 8 ] and inspect if the boiler is clean. Repeat
the above scaling procedure if there is still scale in
the boiler.
13. Turn on the machine, the boiler refills with fresh
water and heats up.
14. Turn off the machine and drain the boiler completely
empty using the drain hose [ 8 ].
15. Turn on the machine again, the boiler refills with
clean water and heats up. Repeat instruction 12-15
ones again to remove the boiler from descaler.
EN
16. Place reservoir under both outlets [ 10 ] and
activate the rinsing programme [ 9 ], to rinse clean
the dispensing valve so the valves. Follow the
instructions on the display.
8
17. Screw the lid back onto the reservoir and replace
the cover plate [ 2 ].
18. Clear the service parameter counter in the Service
Menu 2.6 Service boiler / 2.6.2 Reset service
counter.
19. The machine is now ready for use again.
Always check if no descaler solution stayed
behind in the heating system. Draw some tea
water and mix some coffee milk through it.
If the milk curdle, additional flushing of the
heating system is required.
9
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7. TRANSPORT / STORAGE
Please do the following before transporting or putting
the device in storage.
1. Carry out the brewer and mixer unit cleaning
programme.
2. Clean the ingredient canister(s), mixer system,
leaking tray and casing.
3. Switch off the device and remove the plug from the
wall socket.
1
4. Close the water supply tap and disconnect the
water connection tube.
5. Drain the water reservoir by using the draining
tube [ 1 ].
- OptiVend NG s
= 2,5 litre
- OptiVend NG (TS/TL)
= 5,5 litre
- OptiVend NG (HS DUO TS/TL)
= 5,5 litre
~
Volt
Attention: Hot water.
6. The device is now ready for transport.
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8. COMPONENT ACCESSIBILITY
OptiVend NG 34 TS
Instant canisters
Service panel
Interface
EN
Dispensing valves
Ingredient motors
Main switch
Mixers
Ventilator
SD-cardholder
Drink outlet
Hot water outlet
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Key switch
Water reservoir
Level / NTC
Boil protection
Ingredient motors
Heating element
Boil dry safety
24V power supply
Mixer
Ventilator
Main PC board
Solid state relais
Main power cord
Drip tray full sensor
TS modellen only
Inlet valve
Ventilator
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9. ELECTRONICS SUMMARY
WARNING
During repairs or maintenance work, avoid electrostatic
discharge (ESD) on the control unit.
● Main PC board .............................................. 9.1
● Interface / display .......................................... 9.2
● Power supply 100-240Vac / 24Vdc 65W ...... 9.3
● Grinder board 230Vac / 230Vdc ................... 9.4
EN
9.1 Main PC board
DV1
DV2
DV3
DV4
DV5
18
17
16
15
14
13
12
11
10
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
HEATER
RELAIS
F3
F6,3AT
24V DC
POWER SUPPLY
J9
2
1
4
3
2
1
J15
J8
FL2
FAN
J19
FL1
61
KW3
DOSING VALVES
TEMP1
+
T2
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DV6
BATT
3 2 1
J1
KW1
J4
J18
1
2
3
4
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
J2
INLET
VALVES
MICROCONTROLLER
GND
AS
BS
DS
INPUTS
● Battery 3V Li CR2032 (Art. No. 02816): to maintain
the clock function when there is no power supply to
the device.
+5V
GND
LB
GND
LSL
GND
LSH
SENSORS
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
INGREDIENT MOTORS
1
2
3
4
J250
RS232
MIXERS
● Fuse 6, 3A T (Art. No. 03391) ): to safeguard the
power supply to the main PC bard.
G13
COMMUNICATION
PWM FAN
The following important parts can be found in the main
control unit:
MDB
KEY / DISPLAY
1 J12
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
This control unit is the device’s main control unit
[Art.No. 1004068] and is accessible by removing the left
side panel.
J6
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9.1.1 Main circuit board inputs
Connector J12
Connector cable between the main circuit and door circuit
Connector J250 (PWM fan)
Pin
Fan
Colour
1
PWM signal
black
2
Notes
pos
red
4
neg
blue
J250
Sensor
Colour
1-2
-
-
3
LB Drip tray
Yellow
4
GND Drip tray
Black
5
LSL level low
Brown
6
GND level mass
Green
7
LSH level high
White
8-18
-
-
Notes
GND
AS
BS
DS
TEMP1
J7
Connector J18 / T1 ( NTC sensor)
Pin
Sensor
Colour
1
NTC sensor
Violet
2
-
-
3
NTC sensor
Violet
INPUTS
Pin
+5V
GND
LB
GND
LSL
GND
LSH
SENSORS
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
Connector J7 (Inputs)
1
2
3
4
PWM FAN
3
J12
KEY / DISPLAY
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
Notes
J18
BATT
+
T2
J19
FL1
Battery B1
Lithium 3V Type CR2025
J8
art.no. 02816
FL2
Fuse F3
6.3 A slow
J9
art.no. 03391
F3
Colour
1-2
Ground (GND)
black
3-4
+24 Vdc
red
J1
Notes
62
F6,3AT
24V DC
Connector J1 (Supply)
Pin
1
2
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9.1.2 Main circuit board outputs
Connector J2
Colour
17-18
Mixer 1
Black
15-16
Mixer 2
Violet
13-14
Mixer 3
Pink
11-12
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
Orange
Notes
Pay attention to the right
direction!
Common +24 Vdc (red
wire) to red point on Mixer
and Ingredient motor.
INGREDIENT MOTORS
Motor
MIXERS
Pin
Connector J4
Valve
Colour
17-18
KW 1 (inlet valve)
Violet
15-16
KW 2 (venting valve)*
13-14
KW 3 (Cold water)*
Blue
11-12
DV 1 (mixer 1 ventiel)
Brown
9-10
DV 2 (mixer 2 ventiel)
White
7-8
DV 3 (mixer 3 valve)
Yellow
5-6
DV 4 (hot water tap)
Green
3-4
DV 5 (bypass valve)
Grey
1-2
DV 6 (bypass valve)
Orange
Notes
EN
J2
* Hot & Cold optiion
OUTPUTS
INLET
VALVES
Pin
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
KW2
KW3
DV1
DOSING VALVES
Red wire is + 24Vdc
common terminal
KW1
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
Connector J6
Relais
Colour
4
Solid state relay (SSR)
(heating element H1)
Red
3
2
1
Extra Solid state relay
(SSR) (heating
element H2/3)
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J15
HEATER
RELAIS
Pin
White
Red
White
Multi phase execution
H1
H2/3
4
3
2
1
J6
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9.1.3 Main circuit board communication
The machine has standardized vending machine connections for connecting coin mechanism, coin changer
or cashless payment systems.
These connectors meet the MDB protocol for vending
machines.
MDB
CSI
G13
RS232-2
For further information or advice please contact our
support department.
COMMUNICATION
RS232
Communication
Conn
Protocol
Notes
G13
Parallel interface
- Coin acceptor NRI G13
- External release contact*
*the machine can be released by using a potential-free
contact (pulse).
- G13 Kabel 1 meter art. no. 03392
- Extern vrijgave contact; kabel 1004237
art. no. 04025 03267
MDB
Serial interface
MDB (Multi Drop Bus)
- Coin changer NRI C2
- Cashless payment system
- Telemetry EVA DTS (SD card needed)
Memory Card
- MDB cable 1 meter art. no. 03479
- MDB cable 1 meter art. no. 1004564 (2x male connector)
- MDB Y-kabel art.no. 1002008
art. no. 03433
RS232-2
Serieel interface
DEX UCS
new from sept 2015
- Telemetry EVA DTS / DEX UCS (SD card needed)
Memory Card
RS232
not used
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9.2 Interface / Display
The interface board [Art.No. 1004066] connects all
the components located in and on the door and is
connected by a cable to the main control.
First
Unlock!
First
Unlock!
9.2.1 Connections
Interface & Display
Conn
Notes
J100
Main control
J101
Front membrane panel
J102
Service membrane panel
J103
Key switch
J104
Jumper position A-B
A = cup sensor; no
B = cup sensor; yes
J105
Display connection
See dismantling instructions
J106
RGB LED
J107
RGB LED
J108
-
J109
Backlight display
J110
-
not used
J112
cup sensor left
coffee spout position
J113
cup sensor middle
J114
cup sensor right
J200
SD card holder
LCD flatcable
connector
Back Light LCD
EN
LCD
not used
hot water spout position
J102
Service
panel
J105
Display
J101
Membrane
Switch
J106
RGB
LED
J100
Main
Board
J107
RGB
LED
J109
Back
Light
LCD
J200
SD CARD
Memory Card
J114
Cup
detc.
Right
J112 J103
Cup Key
detc.
Left
J104
Jump
A
B
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9.3 Power supply
The 24 Vdc supply [Art.No. 1004606] consists of a
24 Vdc – 65 W switched power supply and can be
accessed by removing the rear wall.
● On an overload, the power supply switches itself off
automatically. Reset the power supply by turning the
main switch off and on again.
+24V
GND
1
9.3.1 Connections
Pin
24Vdc
Colour
1-3
24 Vdc +
red
4-7
24 Vdc -
black
8
-
-
Connector TB1
Pin
Comments
100-240Vac
Colour
1
230 Vac Neutral
blue
3
230 Vac Phase
yellow
Comments
F1
Fuse F1
4A slow
F4,0A T
J1
art.no. 1004957
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Connector TB2
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10. FAULT ANALYSIS
WARNING
● When carrying out repairs and cleaning the device, the plug should always be removed from the
wall socket before the device is opened.
Preface
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 10.4 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.
Number
10.1 Read log
Trouble code
During use, the last 20 error messages displayed
01: EXX
are registered and saved.
To read these error messages, activate the menu item Read
log (menu 2.8) in the service menu. The first error displayed is
the most recent error message.
•
In the 1st line the same error codes are displayed as used
in the fault analysis table (see Section 10.4).
•
In the 2nd line are the date and time at which the error
code occurred.
10.2 Clear log
Use the Clear log function (service menu 2.9) to clear the log.
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10:10
Time
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10.3 Display messages during use
Display
Possible cause
Action
Make your choice
Rinse program not activated in
time.
Rinsing
Make your choice
Run the rinse program and follow
the instructions in the display.
See chapter 6. Maintenance / 6.1
daily rinsing program
Boiler needs maintenance.
Inspect boiler for scale and descale if necessary descaling / Replace water filter, see
chapter 6.2 Periodic maintenance / 6.2.1
Service boiler.
Out of order
When used for the first time: boiler
is still empty and is being filled.
No action required. When boiler reaches
the appropriate level, the display will show
‘Boiler heating’.
Boilers filling
During use: boiler is not filling up
Check the water pressure, turn the water
or is filling up too slowly. After 60
supply tap completely open and check the
sec. the display will show ‘E3 Level
connection tube for any kinks.
error’.
Service boiler
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.
Drip tray full.
Once the drip tray is emptied, the message
automatically disappears and the drink
selection buttons are reactivated.
The machine is on standby.
This function can be set manually or automatically.
Out of order
Drip tray full
Out of order
Stand-by
Out of order
Rinse program not activated in
time. The machine locks up.
Rinsing
Run the rinse program and follow
the instructions in the display.
See chapter 6. Maintenance / 6.1
daily rinsing program
Coffee
Place cup
no cup positioned under the spout.
position a cup under the spout.
no cup positioned under the
correct the spout.
position a cup under the correct spout.
Coffee
Place cup under
correct outlet
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Display
your drink has
been canceled
Possible cause
Action
the cup was taken away to quickly
keep the cup in position during the drink
preparation.
Make your choice
cup sensor
left error
the fault can be (temporarily) be
neutralized by pressing the stop
button.
Make your choice the cup detection sensor as shown
after 20 reset attempts the error will be
in the display is faulty
registered in the log menu
cup detection window is dirty
clean the cup detection sensor
cup sensor
windows.
middle error
replace the cup detection sensor
Make your choice
cup sensor
right error
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10.4 Troubleshooting
Display
Possible cause
Action
Minimum electrode error: minimum electrode detects no water
but maximum electrode does.
Inlet valve shuts.
Ensure the actual water level by
opening the boiler.
Water level up to max. level sensor?
Check min. Level sensor
calcification.
Switch the device off and on again.
Out of order
E1 Level error
Water under the min. Level sensor?
Check max. level sensor for cracks
in the insulation and check if capillar
tube of the boil-dry protection. This
should not touch the electrode tip.
Switch the device off and on again.
E2 Level error
Maximum electrode error:
maximum electrode not reached
within 30 sec. Inlet valve shuts.
Boiler fills 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.
E3 Level error
Electrode error: minimum
electrode not reached within 90
sec. Boiler fills 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.
E6 High temperature
E7 Mixer 1 error
Temperatuur sensor measures
a temperature over 99°C
Mixer 1 motor stalled.
Mixer 1 motor output(s) overloaded (current too high). The
control has disabled the output.
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Check the temperature sensor
function in the service menu 2.7
Hardware test.
Check if the steam thermostat in the
overflow pipe has been triggert.
Reset if necessary.
Check whether mixer 1 is contaminated or incorrectly mounted. Clean
and/or check whether the rotor turns
freely.
Switch the machine off and on again.
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Possible cause
Action
E8 Mixer 2 error
Mixer 2 motor stalled.
Mixer 2 motor output(s) overloaded (current too high). The
control has disabled the output.
Check whether mixer 2 is contaminated or incorrectly mounted. Clean
and/or check whether the rotor turns
freely.
Switch the machine off and on again.
E9 Mixer 3 error
Mixer 3 motor stalled.
Mixer 3 motor output(s) overloaded (current too high). The
control has disabled the output.
Check whether mixer 3 is contaminated or incorrectly mounted. Clean
and/or check whether the rotor turns
freely.
Switch the machine off and on again.
E10 Valve error
Valve or Fan output(s) overloaded (current too high). The
control has disabled the output.
Check the valves and wiring for short
circuits. Switch the machine off and
on again.
E11 Ingr. m error
Ingredient motor(s) stalled.
Ingredient motor output(s) overloaded (current too high). The
control has disabled the output.
Check the operation of the drive
motors in the service menu 2.7 Hardware test. Empty the canister(s) and
clean thoroughly.
Switch the machine off and on again.
E13 Mixer error
Mixer output group overloaded
(current too high). The control
has disabled the output.
Carry out the checks as specified for
E7, E8 and E9.
Switch the machine off and on again.
Ingredient motor output group
overloaded (current too high).
The control has disabled the
output.
Carry out the checks as specified for
E11.
Switch the machine off and on again.
Valve output group overloaded
(current too high). The control
has disabled the outputs.
Carry out the checks as specified for
E10. Switch the machine off and on
again.
E16 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.
E17 MDB error
There is no communication
between the machine and the
MDB payment system.
Check the connection between the
machine and the MDB payment
system.
E18 Mixer FET error
Brewer or mixer motor output
remains activated.
Brewer or mixer motor output (FET)
defective. Replace control.
E19 Output FET error
Ingredient motor / valve / fan
output remains activated.
Ingredient motor / valve / fan output
(FET) defective. Replace control.
E14 Output error
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E20 Software error
Software error
Reset the machine.
Load the defaults.
Install new software.
E21 Boiler timeout
Heating element active for 8 minutes. If the boiler has still not
come up to temperature, this
error results. Steam- and /or dry
boil protection activated.
Reset the steam thermostat, see
Chapter 1.8. Check the logmenu. If a
E6 boiler temp. the boiler has boiled
to long. Check the NTC sensor and
wiring / connection.
E26 Low temperature
Temperatuur sensor measures
a boiler temperature below 0°C
Boiler and/or NTC sensor is below
-0°C. Let the machine warm up to
room temperature.
E27 NTC short circuit
Temperatuur sensor has a short
circuit
Check the NTC sensor and wiring /
connection.
E28 NTC not detected
Temperatuur sensor is not
detected.
Check the NTC sensor and wiring /
connection.
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11. SPECIAL OPTIONS
11.1 Installation OptiVend NG Hot & Cold
Required equipment:
•
OptiVend H&C
•
Base cabinet with cooling unit
1. Build the cooling unit in the cabinet according the
instructions supplied.
Cooled water
from cooling
unit
2. Connect the machine to the water (incl. water filter)
and electricity. Connect the cooling system to the
electricity.
Tap water
to cooling unit
3. Connect the tube which come from the cooling unit
to the push fit connectors at the back of the
machine.
Insulation
EN
4. Program the cold water recipe onto one of the empty
buttons.
5. Flush and venting the cold water system by
dispensing a number of litres of water.
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12. PAYMENT SYSTEMS
12.1 Coin mechanism (optional)
1
The OptiVend 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 fitted
with the coin mechanism. The right-hand side panel is
replaced by a wider side panel, which houses the coin
mechanism and slot.
1. Coin insert
2. Return button
3. Return slot
4. Money drawer
5. Door lock (also locks the money drawer)
2
3
4
5
12.1.1 Standard configuration
Right picture shows the standard configuration of the
DIL switches, S1-10 ON
The coin mechanism is connected to the device with a
connector A.
S1
S2
12.1.2 Rejecting coins
If desired, certain types of euro coins can be rejected by
using DIL-Switch block S1 + S2.
Coin €
S1
S2
Coin £
S1
S2
€ 0.05
1
7
£ 0.05
1
-
€ 0.10
2
8
£ 0.10
2
-
€ 0.20
3
1
£ 0.20
3
-
€ 0.50
4
2
£ 0.50
4
1
€ 1.00
5
3
£ 1.00
5
7
€ 2.00
6
4
£ 2.00
6
8
Token 607
-
5
£ 0.05 new
4
-
Token Eagle
-
6
£ 0.10 new
5
-
Token new
-
7
Token 607
-
6
Token new
-
8
Token Eagle
-
7
Token new
-
8
ON = locked / OFF = free
A
S1
Example on the right : Reject €1 and €2 euro coins
● S1-5, S2-3 -> ON (€ 1,00 rejected)
● S1-6, S2-4 -> ON (€ 2,00 rejected)
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12.1.3 Activate existing token
The token shown here is programmed in the coin
mechanism as standard.
Configure the service menu as described in the
following section from point 4.
Token Art. No. : 03344
12.1.4 Programming a new token
● Required: 10 tokens
S1
● Attention: remember the DIL switch positions
for any rejected coins. Leave S1.10 ON!
EN
S2
1. The following DIL switches on Switch Block S2
should be facing upwards and switch to ON.
a) First switch S2-9 Teach Mode to ON
b) Then, switch S2-7 coin channel 6 (TM) to ON
2. Insert a minimum of ten tokens (Fig. 40). These
ten tokens should not be the same. After the ten
tokens have been inserted the (internal) reject coil
will be automatically drawn.
10x
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, first switch S2-7
and then S2-9 to OFF).
4. Service menu: change coin channel 6 (menu item
2.4 Settings / Payment system) from €2,00 to
TOKEN.
10x
5. The device now accepts the token as a method of
payment.
12.1.5 Accepting Euros and Token
Carry out section 12.1.3 and 12.1.4 beforehand.
● Open the service menu
● Set a price using menu 2.2 Button settings / Button
1-12 / Price (e.g. € 0.50)
● The recipe buttons are activated after sufficient
euros or tokens have been inserted!
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12.1.6 Accepting Tokens only (no Euro’s)
Carry out sections 12.1.3 and 12.1.4 beforehand.
1. Open the service menu
S1
2. Set to TOKEN using menu 2.2 Button settings /
Button 1-12 / Price.
3. Block the €0.05 - €2.00 coins using the coin
mechanism DIL switches and the table below.
S2
4. The recipe buttons are only activated after a token is
inserted!
Coin €
S1
S2
Coin £
S1
S2
€ 0.05
1
7
£ 0.05
1
-
€ 0.10
2
8
£ 0.10
2
-
€ 0.20
3
1
£ 0.20
3
-
€ 0.50
4
2
£ 0.50
4
1
€ 1.00
5
3
£ 1.00
5
7
€ 2.00
6
4
£ 2.00
6
8
£ 0.05 new
4
-
£ 0.10 new
5
-
ON = locked / OFF = free
A
12.1.7 Coin channel cleaning
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.
WARNING
● The cloth must not be so wet that liquid enters the
system or the circuit board could be damaged.
● Do not use any solvents and/or abrasive cleaning
agents that could attack the plastic.
● We advice to use a water free Surface cleaner (e.g.
Surface 95) to remove the coin channel from grease,
and dirt.
1. Turn off the device.
2. Take the coin mechanism out of the side panel.
3. Carefully open the coin holder valve and hold it
open.
4. Clean the coin holder with a cloth and close the
valve again.
A
5. Turn on the device again.
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12.2 Coin changer (optional)
The OptiVend is available with an optional coin changer
suitable for euros (€ 0.05 to 2.00).
1
Other currencies are available on request.
The changer has 6 change tubes (€ 0.05 / 2x 0.10 /
0.20 / 0.50 / 1.00).
1.
Return button
6.
Coin insert funnel
2.
Coin slot
7.
Display
3.
Door lock
8.
Key panel
4.
Change
9.
Cassette removal Lever
5.
Return lever
10.
Tube cassette
2
EN
3
12.2.1 Tube filling
4
We advice to fill the coin tubes by inserting coins via the
coin insert /slot.
1. Activate filling mode:
Main menu > F = Filling mode
EUR
5
6
7
2. Insert coins individually in opening [2] or [6].
8
3. The tubes are full if the machines displays [insert
money]. If display shows [insert exact money] the
coin tubes does not contain enough coins (change).
9
4. Go back to operator mode by pressing MENU key 2x
10
12.2.2 Tube emptying
Remove the complete tube cassette [10] by pulling it
out by the cassette removal lever [9].
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12.2.3 Programme a new token
The token shown opposite is already programmed in
the coin changer [Token A].
For programming a new token {[B] see detailed token
teach instructions in the NRI technical documentation.
Attention; switch the machine OFF/ON twice after a
new token has been programmed.
12.2.4 Coin channel cleaning
Only the changer’s coin path, flight deck and sorter
cover must be cleaned from time to time.
WARNING
● The cloth must not be so wet that liquid enters the
system or the circuit board could be damaged.
● Do not use any solvents and/or abrasive cleaning
agents that could attack the plastic.
● We advice to use a water free Surface cleaner (e.g.
Surface 95) to remove the coin channel from grease,
and dirt.
1. Turn power OFF.
2. Unlatch sorter cover (blue latch on the right of the
display) and swing it open [A & B].
3. Open flight deck at the insert funnel and hold it open
[C].
4. Remove any debris. Dust off any accumulation with
a small brush or compressed air.
5. Clean the complete coin path, front and back, with a
slightly wet cloth.
6. Allow to dry.
7. Close flight deck and latch sorter cover.
8. Turn power ON.
A
B
C
12.2.5 Fault analysis
For a detailed diagnosis of the fault, see the NRI
technical documentation.
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OptiVend 11s NG
OptiVend 21s NG
OptiVend 22s NG
OptiVend 32s NG
224
coin system (optional)
coin system (optional)
118
568
coin system (optional)
501
360
EN
72
248
501
112
308 - 320
~
149
236
Volt
805
coin system (optional)
615
91
501
327
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308 - 320
327
80
922
236
248
coin system (optional)
615
coin system (optional)
coin system (optional)
100-155
235
coin system (optional)
686
501
360
OptiVend NG
OptiVend 11s TS NG
224
501
112
72
Volt
~
149
91
501
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OptiVend 32 NG
OptiVend 42 NG
OptiVend 33 NG
OptiVend 43 NG
OptiVend 53 NG
OptiVend 63 NG
360
387
coin system (optional)
coin system (optional)
118
568
coin system (optional)
521
EN
92
409
521
96
468 - 480
162
303
*
~
Volt
777
488
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236
805
coin system (optional)
91
OptiVend NG
OptiVend 11 TS NG
OptiVend 22 TS (HS) NG
OptiVend 32 TS NG
OptiVend 42 TS NG
OptiVend 33 TS NG
OptiVend 43 TS NG
OptiVend 53 TS NG
OptiVend 63 TS NG
coin system (optional)
coin system (optional)
100-155
235
685
coin system (optional)
521
360
387
92
409
521
96
468 - 480
162
303
*
~
Volt
922
777
coin system (optional)
236
91
488
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OptiVend 11 TL NG
521
360
387
355
100-155
805
EN
92
521
409
96
162
303
777
1041
236
91
488
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OptiVend 22 TS HS DUO NG
OptiVend 42 TS HS DUO NG
OptiVend 53 TS HS DUO NG
coin system (optional)
coin system (optional)
115
235
685
coin system (optional)
521
360
387
92
409
521
96
468 - 480
162
293
*
~
Volt
922
777
coin system (optional)
236
103
500
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DEDICATED TO EVERY CUP
Animo B.V.
Dr. A.F. Philipsweg 47
9403 AD Assen
The Netherlands
Tel. no. +31 (0) 592 376376
Fax no. +31 (0) 592 341751
E-mail: info@animo.nl
www.animo.eu
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