NUOVA BIANCHI SpA Viale Parigi, 5-7-9 24040

1415
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1415
NUOVA BIANCHI
S.p.A. Viale Parigi, 5-7-9
24040 ZINGONIA DI VERDELLINO (BG) - ITALIA
Tel. 035 88 22 25 (ra) - Fax 035 88 33 04
E-mail: postvendita@bianchivending.it
DICHIARAZIONE DI CONFORMITÀ CE
La Nuova Bianchi S.p.A., con sede in via Parigi n°5 Zingonia - Bergamo - Italia, nella persona del suo Consigliere Delegato, Mariella Trapletti -, dichiara che il distributore modello
”IRIS”
è conforme alle misure di sicurezza previste dalla direttiva cons. 98/37/CEE del 22-06-1998 nei suoi capitoli 1-2-3-4 e relativi
allegati 1-2-3-5 “Requisiti di sicurezza e salute” e successivi.
Sono applicate le disposizioni per la prevenzione e l’eliminazione dei radiodisturbi in ottemperanza delle direttive CEE 89/336,
CEE 93/68 e successivi e del D.L. nr. 476 e successivi, che prescrivono la conformità alle norme EN 55014 3a ed., EN 55104,
ENV 50141 e EN 61000.
Le norme seguite per le prove d’idoneità al contatto con le sostanze alimentari rispondono alle disposizioni del D.M. 21-03-1973
e successivi.
In generale sono applicate le direttive 90/128/CEE, 73/23/CEE, 89/336/CEE e successive. Le norme seguite per le prove
di sicurezza delle parti elettriche sono secondo documento IEC 335-1 e successive.
DECLARATION OF EEC CONFORMITY
Nuova Bianchi Spa - situated in via Parigi n°5, Zingonia (Bergamo) Italy, represented by Mariella Trapletti - states that the
vending machines model:
“IRIS “
are in conformity with the safety measures provided for by the Law nr. 98/37/EEC dated 22-06-1998 in its items n.1-2-3-4 and
relative enclosures 1-2-3-5 “Safety and Health and subsequent, and 73/23/CEE and subsequent.
Nuova Bianchi has applied the Standards for the prevention and the elimination of the radio disturbances in respect of the EEC
Standards 89/336, 93/ 68 and subsequent annexes and of the D.L. nr. 476 and subsequent annexes , that are in conformity
with the norms EN 55014 3a ed., EN 55104, ENV 50141 and EN 61000.
The Standards used for testing of the suitability for contact with food substances are in accordance with DM 21-03-1973
Standards and subsequent annexes.
In general the rules of the Standards
90/128/EEC ,73/23/CEE and 89/336/CEE and subsequent annexes have been
applied. The Standards used for the safety tests on electrical parts are in accordance, ref. IEC 335-1 and subsequent .
DÉCLARATION DE CONFORMITÉ CE
La Nuova Bianchi Spa, dont le siège social se trouve en Viale Parigi 5/5/9 Zingonia (Bg) - Italie - en la personne de son
Conseiller Délégué - Mariella Trapletti - déclare que le distributeur modèle:
”IRIS”
est conforme aux mesures de sécurité prévues dans la directive 98/37/CEE du 22-06-1998 dans ses chapitres 1-2-3-4 et
relatives annexes 1-2-3-5 “Les critères de sécurité et de santé”, ainsi que 73/23/CEE et relatives annexes.
Les normes suivies pour la prévention et élimination des parasites électriques répondent aux dispositions CEE 89/336, CEE 93/
68 et successifs et du D.L. nr. 476 et successifs, qui prescrivent la conformité au normes EN 55014 3a ed., EN 55104, ENV
50141 et EN 61000.
Les normes suivies pour les essais de conformité au contact des substances alimentaires répondent aux dispositions de DM
21.03.1973 et successifs .
En générale sont appliqués les directives 90/128/CEE, 73/23/CEE , 89/336 CEE et successives. Les normes suivies pour les
essais de sécurité des parties électriques sont selon le document IEC 335-1 et successives.
Zingonia (BG) - Italy
03/2001
Il Consigliere Delegato
Legal Representative
Le Conseiller Délégué
Mariella Trapletti
EU-KONFORMITÄTSERKLÄRUNG
Das Unternehmen Nuova Bianchi S.p.A. mit Geschäftssitz in via Parigi Nr. 5 - Zingonia - Bergamo - Italien, erklärt in Eigenschaft
seines geschäftsführenden Verwaltungsratmitgliedes, - Mariella Trapletti -, dass der Verkaufsautomat Modell
“IRIS“
den Sicherheitsmassnahmen, aus Kapitel 1-2-3-4 der EU-Bestimmung Kons. EU 98/37 vom 22-06-1998 und den entsprechenden
Anlagen 1-2-3-5 - “Anforderungen in bezug auf Sicherheit und Gesundheit” und darauffolgenden, entspricht.
Es werden, unter Beachtung der EU 89/336, EU 93/68 Bestimmungen und darauffolgenden sowie des Gesetzeserlasses Nr.
476 sowie darauffolgenden, die Konformität mit den Normen EN 55014 3ª Ed., EN 55104, ENV 50141, EN 61000 vorschreiben,
die Bestimmungen zur Vorbeugung und Eliminierung von Funkstörungen angewandt.
Die bei den Eignungsprüfungen für Lebensmittelkontakte befolgten Normen entsprechen den in Ministerialerlass 21-03-1973
enthaltenen Bestimmungen und darauffolgenden.
Im allgemeinen werden die EU-Bestimmungen EU 90/128, EU 73/23, EU 89/336 und darauffolgende angewandt. Die bei den
für die Sicherheit der elektrischen Teile durchgeführten Tests befolgten Normen entsprechen dem Dokument IEC 335-1 und
darauffolgende.
DECLARACIÓN DE CONFORMIDAD CE
La firma Nuova Bianchi S.p.A., son sede en la calle Parigi nº 5 Zingonia – Bérgamo – Italia, en la persona de su Administrador
Delegado, - Mariella Trapletti - declara que el distribuidor modelo
”IRIS”
está conforme con las medidas de seguridad previstas por la directiva cons. 98/37/CEE del 22-06-1998 en sus capítulos 1-23-4- y relativos anexos 1-2-3-5 “Requisitos de seguridad y salud” y sucesivos.
Están aplicadas las disposiciones para la prevención y la eliminación de las radioperturbaciones en cumplimiento con las directivas
CEE 89/336, CEE 93/68 y sucesivas y con el D.L. nº 476 y sucesivos, que prescriben la conformidad con las normas EN
55014 3ª ed., EN 55104, ENV 50141 y EN 61000.
Las normas seguidas para las pruebas de idoneidad del contacto con las substancias alimenticias responden a las disposiciones
del D.M. 21-03-1973 y sucesivas.
En general son aplicadas las directivas 90/128/CEE, 73/23/CEE, 89/336/CEE y sucesivas. Las normas seguidas para las
pruebas de seguridad de las partes eléctricas responden a las disposiciones del documento IEC 335-1 y sucesivas.
DECLARAÇÃO DE CONFORMIDADE CE
A Nuova Bianchi S.p.A., domiciliada em via Parigi n°5 Zingonia - Bergamo - Itália, na pessoa de seu Conselheiro Delegado, Mariella Trapietti -, declara que o distribuidor modelo
“IRIS”
é conforme às normas de segurança contempladas pela norma cons. 98/37/CEE do 22-06-1998 nos seus capítulos 1-2-3-4 e
anexos 1-2-3-5 “Requisitos de segurança e saúde” e sucessivos.
Vem aplicadas as normas para a prevenção e a eliminação dos radiointerferências em respeito às normas CEE 89/336, CEE
93/68 e sucessivos e do D.L. nr. 476 e sucessivos, que contemplam a conformidade às normas EN 55014 3a ed., EN 55104,
ENV 50141 e EN 61000.
As normas para a idoneidade ao contato com substancias alimentares sao as relativas ao D.M. 21-03-1973 e sucessivos.
Geralmente vem aplicadas as normas 90/128/CEE, 73/23/CEE, 89/336/CEE e sucessivos. As normas para as provas de
segurança das partes elétricas sao as indicadas no segundo documento IEC 335-1 e sucessivas.
Zingonia (BG) - Italy
03/2001
Das geschäftsführende Verwaltungsratmitglied
El administrador Delegado
Administrador Delegado
Mariella Trapletti
IRIS
BEFORE USING THE MACHINE, READ THIS MANUAL CAREFULLY FOR ITS CORRECT USE IN
ACCORDANCE WITH THE CURRENT SAFETY STANDARDS.
SAFETY SYMBOLS
ATTENTION: Important safety indications
READ the instruction manual machine carefully before using the machine
For any service or maintenance switch off the machine
ATTENTION: machine switched on
ATTENTION: hot parts in contact!
PICTOGRAMS
IMPORTANT NOTICES
MAINTENANCE TECHNICIAN
The maintenance technician is defined as being the person responsible for filling up the containers with
soluble products, sugar, coffee, stirrers and cups.
The maintenance technician is also responsible for cleaning the distributor (see operations indicated in
chapter 9.0). In the event of a fault the maintenance technician must call the installation technician.
INSTALLATION TECHNICIAN
The installation technician is defined as the person responsible for the installation of the automatic distributor,
the starting up operations and the function settings.
Each regulation operation is the exclusive responsibility of the installation technician who also holds the
programming access password.
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Keys at the disposal of the
MAINTENANCE and INSTALLATION
technicians
Keys at the disposal of the
MAINTENANCE and INSTALLATION
technicians
This key can also be given to the
maintenance technician exclusively
authorized to undertake the
operations as described in chapter 8.0
Tools
necessary
for
undertaking
interventions on the automatic dispenser.
SOCKET SPANNERS
n° 5,5
n° 7
n° 8
n° 10
n° 20
n° 22
SPANNERS (fork type)
n° 7
n° 8
n° 10
n° 12
n° 14
SCREWDRIVERS
Small size
Medium size
Large size
Normal cross
Small cross
Medium cross
Large cross
Of Teflon, small size for Trimmer regulation.
RATCHET SPANNER no.14
TESTER
ELECTRICIAN’S SCISSORS
PROGRAMMING KIT
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INDEX
1.0 PREMISE
1.0 PREMISE
1.1 Important notices
1.2 General Instructions
2.0 TECHNICAL CHARACTERISTICS
1.1
This automatic distributor has been designed and constructed in
full accordance with current safety regulations and is therefore
safe for those who follow the ordinary filling and cleaning
instructions as indicated in this manual.
3.0 DESCRIPTION OF THE MACHINE’S TECHNICAL
CHARACTERISTICS
3.1
3.2
3.3
3.4
Important notices
Description of the machine
Scheduled Use
Models
Basic instructions for the machine operation
The user must not under any circumstances remove the
guards that require a tool for removal.
Some maintenance operations (to be done solely by specialized
technicians and indicated in this manual with a special symbol)
require that specific safety protections of the machine must be
switched off .
4.0 TRANSPORTING THE AUTOMATIC VENDING MACHINE
4.1 Moving and Transport
4.2 Stocking
4.3 Packing
4.4 Reception
4.5 Unpacking
5.0 SAFETY RULES
6.0 INSTALLATION
In accordance with the current safety regulations, certain
operations are the exclusive responsibility of the installation
technician, and the ordinary maintenance technician may have
access to specific operations on with specific authorization.
The acquaintance and absolute respect, from a technical point of
view, of the safety instructions and of the danger notices contained
in this manual, are fundamental for the execution, in conditions
of minimum risk, for the installation, use and maintenance of
this machine.
6.1
6.2
6.3
6.4
6.5
Positioning
Water supply connection
Power supply connection
Machine starting up
Installation
6.5.1 Filling of water circuit
6.5.2 Cleaning of parts in contact with food
substances
6.5.3 Payment system installation
6.6 Product loading
6.6.1 Product container loading
6.6.2 Label application
6.6.3 Cup loading
6.6.4 Spoon loading
1.2 General Instructions
Knowledge of the information and instructions contained in the
present manual is essential for a correct use of the automatic
vending machine on the part of the user .
7.0 PROGRAMMING
7.1 Function description
7.2 General description and preliminary operations
– Interventions by the user on the automatic vending machine
are allowed only if they are of his competence and if he has
been duly trained.
8.0 MAINTENANCE
9.0 MAINTENANCE AND INACTIVITY
9.1 Cleaning and loading procedures
9.1.1 Recommended maintenance
9.1.2 Periodic cleaning by the maintenance
technician
9.1.3 Daily cleaning recommended
9.1.4 Weekly cleaning
9.1.5 Product loading
9.1.6 Ordinary and Extraordinary Maintenance
9.2 Maintenance procedures
9.2.1 Sanitization
9.2.2 Temperature control
9.3 Regulations
9.3.1 Dosage and grinding regulation
9.3.2 Instant electrovalve water flow regulation
9.4 When the unit is not working
The installation technician must be fully acquainted with all
the mechanisms necessary for the correct operation of the
machine.
– It is the buyer’s responsibility to ascertain that the users have
been trained and are informed and regulations indicated in
the technical documentation supplied.
Despite the full observance of the safety regulations by the
constructor, those who operate on the automatic dispensers
must be fully aware of the potential risks involved in operations
on the machine.
– This manual is an integral part of the equipment and as such
must always remain inside of the same, so as to allow further
consultations on the part of the various operators, until the
dismantlement and/or scrapping of the machine.
– In case of loss or damage of the present manual it is possible
receive a new copy making application to the manufacturer,
with prior indication of the data registered on machines’ serial
number.
10.0 ACCESSORIES
10.1 Basic furniture kit
10.1.1 Installation of coffee ground discharge
chute
10.1.2 Liquid ground collection
10.1.3 Installation of chutes and coin/token
box
10.1.4 Pump kit
11.0 TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE FOR THE
FAILURES OR MOST COMMON ERRORS
12.0 DISMANTLEMENT
– The functional reliability and optimization of machine’s services
are guaranteed only if original parts are used.
– Modifications to the machine not previously agreed on with the
construction company and undertaken by the installation
technician and/or manager, are considered to be under his
entire responsibility.
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All the operations necessary to maintain the machine’s
efficiency, before and during it’s use are at the users charge.
– Any manipulations or modifications made to the machine that
are not previously authorized by the manufacturer, relieve the
latter from any responsibility for damages deriving from, and
will automatically result in the cancellation of the machine
guarantee terms.
V
230
kW
SISTEMA FRIGORIFERO CLASSE
ABCDEFGHILMN 890123
– This manual reflects the status at the moment of the emission
of the automatic vending machine on the market; possible
modifications, upgrading, adaptments that are done the
machine and that are subsequently commercialized do not
oblige NUOVA BIANCHI neither to intervene on the machine
previously supplied, nor, neither to update the relative technical
documentation supplied together with the machine.
Hz. 50
CE 01
MAX PRESS. ACQUA RETE 0.65 MPa ( 6.5 bar)
ZINGONIA (BERGAMO)- ITALIA
– It is however NUOVA BIANCHI‘s faculty, when deemed opportune and for valid motives, to adjourn the manuals already
present on the market, sending to their customers adjournment
sheets that must be kept in the original manual.
Possible technical problems that could occur are easily resolvable
consulting this manual ;
For further information, contact the
distributor from whom the machine has been purchased, or contact
Nuova Bianchi’s Technical Service at the following numbers:
( ++39 35 419 67 20
fax ++39 2 700 486 69
IWhen calling it is advisable to be able to give the following
information:
l The data registered on the serial number label (Fig.1.1)
l version of program contained in the microprocessor (adhesive
label applied to the component the assembled on the Master
board ) (Fig.1.2).
ZINGONIA (BERGAMO)- ITALIA
Nuova Bianchi S.p.A. declines any responsibility for damages
caused to people or belongings in consequence to:
l
MATRICOLA N.
FIG.1.1
Incorrect installation
l
Inappropriate electrical and/or water connection.
l
Inadequate cleaning and maintenance
l
Not authorized modifications
l
Improper use of the distributor
l
Not original spare parts
– Under no circumstances is Nuova Bianchi spa obliged to compensate for eventual damage resulting from the forced
suspension of drink deliveries as the result of faults.
– Installation and maintenance operations , must be done
exclusively by qualified technical personnel with prior training
for carrying out these duties.
– For refilling use only food products
automatic vending machines.
that are specific for
– The automatic distributor is not suitable for external installation.
The machine must be installed in dry places, with temperatures
that never go below 1°C it must not be installed in places
where cleaning is done with water hoses (ex. big kitchens.).
Do not use water jets to clean the machine.
– If at the moment of the installation, if conditions differing from
those indicated in the present manual, or should the same
undergo changes in time, the manufacturer must be
immediately contacted before use of the machine.
– Also check that any other eventual norms or regulations as
laid down by national or local legislation are taken into account
and applied.
FIG.1.2
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2.0 TECHNICAL CHARACTERISTICS
Height
mm 670
BOILER RESISTANCES
Width
mm 465
of armoured type:
Depth
mm 540
Weight
kg 49
Power Supply
V 230
Power frequency
Hz. 50
Installed power (1)
from 1,8 kW to 2,1 kW
Nominal current
7,42 A
of 1500 W for the coffee boiler
of 2000 W for the instant boiler
PRODUCT CONTAINER CAPACITY
AVERAGE CONSUMPTIONS:
Coffee in beans
kg 1,20
Instant coffee
kg 0,45
Milk
kg 0,55
Milk (Double unit)
kg 1,40
Creamer
kg 1,20
In standby
100 Wh
Creamer (Double unit)
kg 2,90
For 50 drinks
300 Wh
Chocolate
kg 1,30
Water connection
3/4" gas
Chocolate (Double unit)
kg 3,00
Electric connection
SCHUKO plug
Lemon tea
kg 2,00
Natural tea
kg 1,00
Broth
kg 1,25
Sugar
kg 1,70
Cups (166 cc)
N° 180
Spoons
N° 180
Neon light (optional)
of 6 Watt
WATER SUPPLY
from main supply with pressure between 0.5 and 6.5 bar
CUP DISPENSER
Suitable for cups with diameter mm 70-74
Check the rated output indicated on the data plate applied by
the distributor.
670
(1)
46
0
54
5
Fig. 2.1
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3.0
GENERAL TECHNICAL DESCRIPTIONS
3.1
Machine description (Fig.3.1)
1
2
3
4
5
6 Cup dispenser
7 Coin-acceptor group
8 Coffee group
9 Liquid ground collecting tank
10 Coffee ground collecting tank
11 Electronics board (Master)
12 Solenoid valve group
13 Instant product boiler group
Push button panel group
Push button panel board
Blade distributor group
Sugar dispenser group
Coffee grinder group
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1
2
3
5
4
6
12
8
7
9
10
13
INSTANT
VERSION
Fig. 3.1
3.2
Foreseen use
3.3
The distributor is exclusively for the dispensing of drinks, prepared
mixing food substances with water (by infusion as far as concerns
coffee).
Models
The following terminology is used so as to distinguish the various
models of automatic distributors:
IRIS E
For this purpose use products declared as suitable by the
manufacturer for automatic distribution in open containers.
The drinks are made in specific plastic cups automatically dispensed
by the machine.
(version with espresso coffee and instant beverages)
IRIS I (version with instant beverages)
Where foreseen, also the spoon for mixing the sugar is dispensed.
The manual is compiled for the most complete model:
it is therefore possible, to find descriptions or explanations
not related to your machine.
The drinks must be consumed immediately and in no case are to
be kept for subsequent consumption.
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3.4 Basic operation concepts
During the normal functioning the distributor remains in standby
status.
Introducing the necessary amount, according to the set price,
and after pressing the key relative to the desired drink, the drink
dispensing cycle is activated and can be divided different processes:
CUP DISTRIBUTION
– It is the first operation started up by the distributor (except
selections with “no cup” preselection).
- the motor inside the cup dispenser moves the volutes which
separates the cup making it fall into the special holder fork
(Fig. 3.2)
SUGAR DISPENSER
Fig. 3.2
Where set and requested , an amount of sugar in the preset
maximum dose is dispensed with the possibility of stopping (in
the espresso version only) the latter at the desired dose.
The sugar is dispensed directly in the cup in the E versions whereas
for the I versions it is pre-mixed with the instant drinks.
The dispensing procedure occurs according to the following
phases:
1. the geared motor activates the helicoidal screw conveyor of
the sugar product container, dispensing the desired quantity
into the product chutes (Fig.3.3).
2. the reduction gear is activated which, via the cam, carries out
the chute handling to convey the sugar into the cup (Fig.3.4).
Fig. 3.3
Fig. 3.4
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SPOON DISPENSER
This process is activated only in the versions where the spoon
dispenser is foreseen; In these versions it is possible to select
the spoon in the selections without sugar and/ or in the instant
selections .
- the geared motor that operates the spoon release device is
activated making the spoon fall into the cup (Fig.3.5).
INSTANT DRINKS
This process is activated when the cup and spoon dispensing
processes (when requested) have been completed.
According to the type drink requested and to the distributor model,
several of the various processes described here below can be activated.
– If present, the whipper motor is activated (Fig.3.6).
– The solenoid valve fixed to the coffee boiler is engaged in order
to deliver the required quantity of water into the mixer (fig.3.7);
In the IRIS I model, the activated solenoid valve is placed on
the tank (Fig.3.7).
– The pump that delivers the required amount of water is activated;
and controlled by a special electronic device (volumetric counter),
which withdraws from the coffee boiler (Fig. 3.11).
– The instant product geared motor activates the helicoidal screw
conveyor so as to dispense the quantity of product programmed
into the mixer (in some versions more than one product can
be conveyed into the same mixer) (Fig.3.8).
– Once the preset quantity of water and powder is dispensed,
the whipper motor is switched off.
Fig. 3.5
Fig. 3.6
INSTANT VERSION
Fig. 3.8
Fig. 3.7
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ESPRESSO COFFEE
This process functions only the models equipped with the coffee
espresso group, after the cup and sugar dispensing processes
have been effected.
– the grinder is activated until it reaches the dose of ground
coffee set by the doser (Fig.3.9)
– the doser electromagnet is activated , causing the opening of
the door and consequent fall of the coffee into the brew chamber
– the rotation group geared motor brings it into the dispensing
position and simultaneously compresses the ground coffee
(Fig.3.10).
– the pump that dispenses the quantity of programmed water
and that is controlled by a specific electronic device, (volume
meter), withdrawing the water from the coffee boiler (Fig.3.11).
– the coffee group geared motor is activated again so as to bring
again into standby position; during this movement the used
coffee grounds are expelled (Fig.3.12).
Fig. 3.9
Fig. 3.10
Fig. 3.12
Fig. 3.11
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4.0 MOVING AN AUTOMATIC VENDING
MACHINE
4.1
Moving and transport (Fig.4.1)
The transport of the distributor must be effected by competent
personnel.
The distributor is delivered on a pallet; for the shifting use a
trolley and move it slowly in order to avoid capsizing or dangerous
movements.
Avoid :
– lifting the distributor with ropes or presses
– dragging the distributor
– upset or lay down the distributor during transport
– give jolts to the distributor
Avoid as the distributor:
– bumping it
– overloading it with other packages
– exposing it to rain, to cold or sources of heat
– keeping it in damp places
The construction company is not liable for any damage which
may be caused for the partial or complete non-observance of the
warning notices indicated above.
4.2
Fig. 4.1
stocking
For eventual stocking, avoid laying several machines over each
other, maintain it in vertical position, in dry places with
temperatures not inferior to 1°C (Fig.4.2).
4.3
Packing
The distributor is protected with polystyrene angles and by a
transparent film in polypropylene (Fig.4.2).
The automatic distributor will be delivered packed, assuring both
a mechanical protection and protection against damages from
the external environment.
On the package labels are applied indicating:
l
l
l
l
l
l
l
maneouver with care
don’t turn upside-down
protect from the rain
don’t superimpose
protect from sources of heat
not resistant against bumps
type of distributor and serial number.
4.4
Fig. 4.2
Fig. 4.3
Reception
Upon reception of the automatic distributor you need to check
that the same has not suffered damages during the transport.
If damages of any nature are noticed place a claim with the
forwarder immediately.
At the end of the transport the packing must result
without damages which means it must not :
– present dents, signs of bumps, deformations or damages of
the external packaging
– present wet zones or signs that could lead to suppose that the
packing has been exposed to rain, cold or heat.
– present signs of tampering
4.5
Unpacking
– Free the distributor from the packaging , cutting the protective
film in which it is wrapped, along one of the protection angles
(Fig.4.3).
Remove the distributor from transport pallet, unscrewing the
screws (A) that block the fixing cross staff heads to the pallet
(Fig.4.4).
Fig. 4.4
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– remove the key from the drink dispensing chamber (Fig.4.5)
– open the door of the distributor and remove the adhesive tape
from the components listed here below:
l cup turret (example in Fig.4.6)
l coin box
l sugar container
l weight on the spoon dispenser column
l coin mechanism cover / Master board
l product containers
The packing material must not be left accessible to
others, as it is a potential environmental pollution
sources. For the disposal contact qualified companies
authorized.
Fig. 4.5
Fig. 4.6
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5.0
SAFETY NORMS
6.0
INSTALLATION
6.1
ATTENTION!
– before using the automatic distributor, read this manual
carefully.
– The installation and maintenance operations must be performed
exclusively by qualified technical personnel.
– The user must not in any circumstance be able accede to those
parts of the automatic distributor that are protected and require
a tool in order to be accessible.
– The knowledge and the absolute respect, from a technical point
of view of the safety instructions and of the danger notices
contained in this manual, constitute the basis for the operation,
in conditions of minimum risk, of the installation, starting and
maintenance of the machine.
Positioning
As already specified in paragraph 5.0, “Safety regulations”, the
distributor is not suitable for external installation. The machine
must be connect in dry places, with temperatures that never go
below 1°C it must not be installed in places where cleaning is
done with water hoses(ex. big kitchens.) . It must be installed in
places without danger of explosions or fires.
– If positioned near to a wall, there must be a minimum distance
from the wall of at least 5 cm. (Fig.6.1) so as to allow a regular
ventilation. In no case cover the distributor with cloths or similar.
– Position the distributor, checking the leveling by means of the
adjustable feet already assembled on the machines (Fig.6.2).
make sure that the distributor doesn’t have an inclination of
more than 2 degrees.
Always disconnect the POWER CABLE before
maintenance or cleaning interventions.
WARNING! Do not position the device near inflammable
objects, keep a minimum safety distance of 30 cm.
ABSOLUTELY DO NOT INTERVENE ON THE MACHINE AND
DO NOT REMOVE ANY PROTECTION BEFORE THE
COOLING OF THE HOT PARTS!
Nuova Bianchi declines all responsibility for inconveniences due
to the non observance of the above mentioned installation norms.
If the installation is made in safety evacuation corridors make
sure that with the distributor door open there is anyhow sufficient
space to pass by (Fig.6.1).
– The functional reliability and optimization of machine’s services
are guaranteed only if original parts are used.
– The distributor is not suitable for external installation. The
machine must be connect in dry places, with temperatures
that never go below 1°C it must not be installed in places
where cleaning is done with water hoses (ex. big kitchens).
Do not use water jets to clean the machine.
So as to avoid that the floor gets dirty, due to accidental spilling
of the products, use, if necessary, under the distributor, a protection
sufficiently wide to cover the distributors’ operating space.
– In order to guarantee normal operation, the machine must be
installed in areas that the environmental temperature is between
a minimum of -1°C and a maximum of +32°C end humidity of
not over 70%.
– In order to guarantee a regular operation, always maintain
the automatic distributor in perfect cleaning conditions
6.2 Connection to the main water supply
– Nuova Bianchi S.p.A. declines all responsibility for damages
product to people or belongings in consequence to:
Before proceeding with the connection of the distributor to the
water main supply verify the following water characteristics:
l Incorrect installation
l Inappropriate electrical and/or water connection.
l Inadequate cleaning and maintenance (See section 9.0
– that it is drinkable (eventually through an laboratory’s analysis
certification)
MAINTENANCE).
l Not authorized modifications
l Improper use of the distributor
l Not original spare parts
– it has a pressure comprised between 0.5 and 6.5 bar ( if this
should not be the case, use a pump or a water pressure, reducer
according to the case).
5 cm
– Futhermore verify observance of any other eventual local and
national standards.
60 cm
60 cm
60 cm
Fig. 6.1
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Fig. 6.2
IRIS
– install, if not present, a tap in an accessible position to isolate
the machine from the water mains should it be found to be
necessary (Fig.6.3).
– before making water connections, make some water flow out
of the tap so as to eliminate possible traces of impurities and
dirt (Fig.6.4)
– connect the cock to the distributor, using a pipe in nylon material
suitable for food products and suitable for the mains pressure.
In the event of the use of a flexible pipe it is necessary to fit
the reinforcement bush supplied inside (Fig. 6.5).
– the foreseen connection is a 3/4” gas (Fig.6.6).
6.3
Main Power supply connection
The distributor is suitable for operation at single-phase voltage of
230 volt and is protected by 2 12.5 A fuses and by a 10A fuse on
the MASTER card.
Fig. 6.3
We suggest to check that:
Fig. 6.4
– the tension of net of 230 V doesn’t have a difference of more
than ± 10%
– The power supply output is able to bear the power load of the
machine.
– use a system of diversified protection
– position the machine in such a way as to ensure that the plug
remains accessible
The machine must be connected to earth in observance with the
current safety norms.
For this reason, verify the plant’s earth wire connection to ascertain
that it is efficient and it answers national and European safety
electric standards. If necessary require the intervention qualified
personnel for the verification of the plant.
– The distributor is equipped with a power supply cable of H05VVF 3x1,5mm², with SCHUKO plug (Fig.6.7).
– The sockets that are not compatible with that of the machine
must be replaced. (Fig.6.8).
Fig. 6.5
– The use of extension, adapters and/ or multiple plugs is
forbidden.
Nuova Bianchi S.p.A. declines all responsibility for damages
deriving for the complete or partial failure to observe these
warnings.
Should the power cable be found to be damaged, immediately
disconnect from the power socket.
The power supply cables are to be replaced by
skilled personnel.
Fig. 6.6
NO
NO
OK
Fig. 6.7
Fig. 6.8
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6.4
Starting up of the unit
The distributor is provided with a connection cable for connection
to the mains water supply (fig.6.9) and a switch which cuts off
the power from all users each time that it is operated (fig.6.10).
Should it be necessary to operate inside the distributor for any
ordinary or special maintenance operates, it is necessary to isolate the user appliances by activating the switch (fig.6.11), bearing
in mind that with the electrical connection engaged, the power
terminals are live.
Each time the distributor is switched on a diagnosis cycle is
performed in order to verify the position of the mobile parts and
the presence of water and of some products.
Fig. 6.9
ON
OFF
Fig. 6.10
Fig. 6.11
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6.5 Installation
6.5.1 Filling the water circuit
The appliance undertakes automatic filling of the water supply
circuit.
The operational sequence will be as follows:
- Remove the back cover to access the boiler (Fig. 6.12).
- floating tank filling.
It is advisable to press the pipe that connects the heater to the
water tank a few times, in order to eliminate any air bubbles that
might form (Fig. 6.13)
- when the presence of water inside the tank can be seen from
the inspection hole (Fig. 6.14) the cup column will start for
filling and the coffee unit will undertake a trial cycle.
- filling will stop when the maximum level is reached.
- at the end of the water filling (Fig.6.15), effect a cleaning cycle
of the mixer group so as to fill all the circuits and remove
eventual residues from the boiler.
Fig. 6.12
Fig. 6.13
Fig. 6.15
Fig. 6.14
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6.5.2 Cleaning of the parts in contact with
food substances
With distributor switched on effect a cleaning of the mixers
pressing the buttons according to what is described in the service
functions so as to eliminate any dirt from the coffee boiler and the
instant boiler.
– wash your hands carefully
– Move the cup column forward to access the tanks (Fig.6.16).
– prepare an anti-bacterial cleaning solution with a chlorine base
(products that can be purchased in pharmacies) following the
concentrations given on the product instruction labels.
– remove all the product containers from the distributor (Fig.6.17)
– remove the lids from the product containers covers and product
chutes (Fig.6.18). Dip all in the solution previously prepared
– remove all the powder chutes, water funnels, mixing bowls
and whippers and silicone tubes and dip these parts also in
the prepared solution (Fig.6.19)
– with a cloth soaked with the solution clean the whipper assembly
base (Fig.6.20)
– the parts must soak in the solution for the time indicated on
the solutions’ instruction label.
– Recover all the parts, rinse them abundantly, dry them perfectly
and proceed with the re-assembly in the distributor.
Fig. 6.16
For further safety after the assembly of the parts, effect
some automatic cleaning cycles so as to eliminate any
eventual residues.
6.5.3 Payment system installation
The distributor does not have a payment system; any possible
damages to the distributor itself and/or objects and/or people
deriving from its incorrect installation are responsibility of who
installs the payment system,
– To install the payment system partially unscrew the three screws
mount the token slot without selector.
– Tighten the three screws and mount the selector
– connect the coin mechanism to the Master board.
The selectors must be directly connected to the Master board the
and the serial executive system through the interface cable
supplied with the machine.
Then go into programming for the correct settings.
Fig. 6.17
Consult chapter” 7.0 PROGRAMMING” so as to verify setting of
the parameters, that must be coherent with the system used.
Fig. 6.20
Fig. 6.19
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Fig. 6.18
IRIS
6.6 Product container loading
(with machine off)
6.6.1 Loading containers
Filling is possible keeping the containers inserted, and by raising
the upper flap of the distributor (Fig. 6.21) or by extracting each
container.
For granulated coffee in particular it is necessary to close the
closure plat before extracting the container.(Fig.6.22).
– remove the covers of each container and load the product
according to the product indicated on the label (Fig.6.23Fig.6.24).
– pay attention that they there are no clots, avoid pressing the
product and using an excessive quantity, so as to avoid its
aging in relation to the consumption forseen in the time period
between two loadings.
Fig. 6.21
Check the container product capacity in the section TECHNICAL
CHARACTERISTICS.
Fig. 6.22
LATTE
Fig. 6.23
Fig. 6.24
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MILK
LAIT
MILCH
IRIS
6.6.2
Product selection label application
– The labels showing the selections shall be inserted under the transparent cover of every single key.
To carry out this operation proceed as follows:
– Open the front door (Fig. 6.25) and by means of a screwdriver act on the tabs holding the cover on every key (Fig. 6.26).
Fig. 6.26
Fig. 6.25
– Insert the labels according to the selections in the different versions (see following diagrams) and install back the cover.
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Tea
Milk
Chocolate
STANDARD
Instant coffee
Sugar
Instant
product
Tea
Milk
IRIS 6 INSTANTS
Chocolate
Instant coffee
Sugar
Instant coffee
second
IRIS 6 INSTANTS DEKA
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Tea
Milk
Chocolate
IRIS 6 ESPRESSO DEKA
Coffee in
beans
Sugar
Instant coffee
Milk
Chocolate
Coffee in
beans
Sugar
IRIS
IRIS 6 ESPRESSO STANDARD
IRIS
6.6.3
Cup loading
Use only cups designed for automatic vending machines, with a
diameter of more than 70-74 mm, avoid compressing the cups
between themselves during the loading.
First filling
In installation phase with the cup dispenser completely empty,
operate as follows:
- take the cup dispenser with its cup column and push them
forward to make them rotate to the outside of the machine
(Fig. 6.27)
CAUTION!
Do not carry out this operation taking the cup
column only as some breakages may occur.
Fig. 6.27
- Now load the cup column from above without manually rotate
it (Fig. 6.28).
- Once the loading has been completed, place the cup dispenser
back to its work position by rotating inside the machine.
Fig. 6.28
- The cup dispenser is in the correct position only when it is
locked (Fig. 6.29).
Fig. 6.29
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6.6.4
Spoon loading
– Remove the metal weight from the spoon dispensing column
(Fig. 6.30)
– insert the spoons with their pack wrapping in the column and
when they are positioned on the bottom cut and remove the
wrapping (Fig. 6.31)
– once the loading is completed put the weight back in the spoon
dispensing column.
– Check that the spoon are cut burr-free, that they are not bent
and that they are all placed horizontally (Fig. 6.32).
The IRIS I models do not have the spoon dispensing column as
the sugar is mixed directly with the products.
Fig. 6.30
Fig. 6.31
Fig. 6.32
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On entering the correct code one enters the true programming
mode.
7.0 PROGRAMMING
Default code is 00001.
With the programming procedures described in this section it is
possible to set all the parameters relative to the configuration of
the machine, to the setting of the single doses, the prices of the
drinks and extract all the vending statistical data.
The “dialogue” between the operator and the machine occurs by
means of the 32 digit liquid crystal display and the use of the
selection key touc pad.
The distributor is regulated with standard values from the testing
stage with Coffee temperature, soluble drink temperature,
selections combined with price number “1”.
Product regulation = quantity of water and powder, for improved
results it is possible to regulate the degree of grinding and dosing.
7.1
If the slave is missing to which the menu heading refers, the
corresponding parameter is nit displayed and line 2 appears empty.
In general keys 1 and 2 modify the parameters or scroll menu
entries displayed in line 2.
For programming part of the keys of the selection keyboard are
used which are namely:
n key 1
“+”
Increments the flashing digit or sets YES or sets ON.
n key 2
“ -”
Decrements the flashing digit or sets NO or sets OFF.
General description and preliminary operations
n key 3
“CUR”
Cursor: when flashing, it shows the digit to be modified.
PROGRAMMING KEY
You access the programming function by pressing “P11” key placed
on the component side of the keyboard card (Fig.7.1). The display
will request the access code to be entered via the keyboard.
– The display messages are in four different languages that can
be selected at choice by the operator during the installation
phase (Fig.7.2) (suitable for hardware with potential for
expansion to eight languages).
n key 4
“ENTER”
Is used to confirm the changes done.
n key 5
“ESC”
Comes from the current programming submenu, and returns to
the sub-menu of origin.
n push button P11 on the board “ESC”
Comes from the current programming submenu, and returns to
the sub-menu of origin.
– The programming data can be of two kinds:
l NUMERICAL DATA
This is all the data that refers to the water , powder, prices, time
and date settings.
The functions of the above keys will be valid throughout this
manual unless otherwise specified.
l LOGICAL DATA
In this status the LCD contrast can be digitally adjusted. The
keys to be used are:
This is all the data that refers to the logical status of the OPTION
menus that describe the status (enabled or disabled ) of a specific
function.
Fig. 7.1
7
to increment contrast
8
to decrement contrast
4
to confirm value
The other keys have no effect in this status.
Programming panel
PROGRAMMING
1
=
+ (increase)
2
=
- (decrease)
3
=
CUR (cursor)
4
=
ENTER (confirm)
5
=
ESC
push button P11 = ESC
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MAINTENANCE
Maintenance panel (Espresso version)
(Espresso version)
1
COFFEE GROUP ROTATION OR ALARM SCROLL (if present)
2
MILK CHOCOLATE MIXER WASHING.
3
TEA OR DECAF MIXER WASHING
4
CUP CONVEYOR MOVEMENT
5
CUP RELEASE
6
SPOON RELEASE
7
TESTING OF WATER ONLY OF A SELECTION
8
COMPLETE TESTING OF A SELECTION
9
TOTAL ENTRY DISPLAY
10
ALARM RESET
P12
RETURN TO NORMAL STATUS OR EXIT FROM TEST OR
WATER TEST.
Maintenance panel (Instant version)
MAINTENANCE
(Instant version)
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1
MIXER WASHING 1 OR ALARM SCROLL (if present)
2
MIXER 3 WASHING
3
CUP RELEASE
4
TOTAL ENTRY DISPLAY
5
MIXER 2 WASHING
6
WASHING
7
CUP CONVEYOR MOVEMENT
8
TESTING OF WATER ONLY OF A SELECTION
9
COMPLETE TESTING OF A SELECTION
10
ALARM RESET
P12
RETURN TO NORMAL STATUS OR EXIT FROM TEST OR
WATER TEST
P13
TRANSLATOR MOVEMENT ONLY IF CONVEYOR OPTION IS
YES
IRIS
7.1.1 Language selection
Once the code is composed, press the key “Enter” (4th) so as to
accede to programming.
Espresso version
Instant version
the default code is 00001
On the display, after entering the code, the first function is
displayed:
– pressing ENTER you accede to the latter.
– pressing + the next function will be displayed.
– pressing ESC you exit from the sub menu of operation.
So as to go into programming again it is necessary to know the
access code or password.
cod.
00000
The code to be entered is composed of five digits.
The cursor appears under the first; with the keys “+” and “-”
(1st and 2nd of the keyboard) increase or decrease the number;
with the 3rd key (“CUR”) move the cursor.
Repeat the operations until the access code is composed.
N.B.: If you are in selection mode you can pass to programming
mode.
Fig. 7.2
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7.2 Function description
And are in SERVICE mode, after which go first into SELECTION
mode and then accede to the PROGRAMMING.
7.2.1 SALES (Fig.7.2)
Espresso version
Instant version
The main menu bears the wording Menu choice on the first line,
the second line bears the wording of the program menu relating
to the following list:
Gives access to all the selling statistics audited by the machine
Confirming with the ENTER key, gives you access in sequence to
the following menus for statistical data and the processing of the
same:
SALES
TOTAL CASH= total of the non cancellable sales prices
OPTIONS
CASH
= total for the cancellable sales prices
BEVERAGES
DISCOUNT
= discounted value total
TIME SNACK
OVERPAY
= total cash without sales
(N.B. active only for coins and G13)
TEMPERATURE
PRICE-KEYS
TOTAL COUN = total sum of the selections made (sales *
tests) which cannot be cancelled
COINS
COUN
PRICES
MDB DATA
Bev. coun x
with x = 1..13 indicates the beverage
referred to for the value displayed on line 2 [0..65535]
(only if MDB is selected in the option menu)
Sect. Coun xy with x=1..6 y=1..8 indicates the sector for
Vega [0..65535]
MDB PIPE FILLING (only if MDB is selected in the option menu)
MDB PIPE EMPTYING (only if MDB is selected in the option menu)
CODE
DEFAULT DATA
DISCOUNTS
(only of clock chip is inserted)
INCLUDE-JUG
MILK FIRST
(only Espresso version)
CLOCK
(only of clock chip is inserted)
= total count of selections made (sale +
tests) that can be set to zero.
FREE
= total count and count per each singl selection of
the free SELECTIONS (with the option free vend
key)
JUG
= total count and count per each single
selection of the JUG SELECTIONS (with
the option JUG key).
TEST
= total count and count for single selection of test
selections, that can be set to zero.
COINS
= Coin line x with x = 1..8 indicates the coin
referred to for the value displayed on line 2
DELETE
Code entry [0..9999]
Repl.code?
Replace code? [Yes/No]
Code
Code setting [0..9999]
Set to zero?
Sets sale data to zero [Yes/No]
PREVENTIVE ACTION
For those menu items referred to Vega slave,if this is not present,
line 2 is blank.
The item to set a new code will be displayed only by answering
Yes to the “Repl.code?” item.
Pressing the key “+” will take you through the menu up to the
desired function; pressing the enter key gives access to the first
data of the function selected; by pressing ENTER again gives you
access to the other data, if present.
The escape from the programming mode press “ESC” until return
to the selected mode.
The display visualization is on two lines.
Pressing the ESC key takes you back to the original menu.
It is possible to make selection by using a programme on the
“WinBianchi” PC “.
To reset the data operate as follows:
For each drink, the possible programmable does are indicated
under the heading “Sxx”.
– go to CANCEL
– press ENTER key
– COD 0000 will appear on the display
– input the resetting code using the same criteria.
– press ENTER
– request if you wish to change the resetting code will appear.
– press the key + if you do not wish to change the code.
– RESET ? will appear on the display
– confirm with the CURSOR key
at the end of the resetting, pressing the ESC key takes you back
to the original menu.
The data resetting code (4 digits) can be different from the
programming access code (5 digits).
The default code is 0001
N.B. If you want to change the default code proceed as follows:
– when the request if you want to change the code appears,
press ENTER
– the old code will be displayed
– use the keys “+”, “-” to compose the new code.
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– confirm with ENTER at the end.
IRIS
Espresso version
Instant version
Fig. 7.2
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IRIS
7.2.2 OPTIONS (Fig. 7.3)
Espresso version
This functions provides a sequence access to a series of options
listed below, on pressing ENTER access is provided to a sub-menu
in which the first option is displayed. For each OPTION the logicl
“ON” or “OFF” must be entered with engages the function or not.
Decimal point
To define the display of the decimal point,
P1 and P2 for selection and P4 for
confirmation.
[0000 / 0000.0 / 000.00 / 00.000]
Language
Washing
Engages washing cycle with clock. [On/Off]
Washing cycle
Engaged the washing cycle. [On/Off]
Jug 1
Number of deliveries of drinks associated to
key 1. [2..99]
Language selection for message display. The
available languages are 4 and 4 on message
eeprom; if this is present, and can be
updated with the message program.
Payment system
Sets the payment system used
[G13/Executive/MDB]
Jug 2
ECS diff.
Only if the executive payment system has
been set. Set the differentiated ESC option
(ON/OFF)
Number of deliveries of drinks associated to
keys 2..8 . [2..99]
Credit timeout
Recovers credit if delivery fails (Vega)
[YES/NO]
Price holding
Only if the executive payment system has
been entered. Sets the price holding option
[On/Off]
Vega type
= type of Vega machine [Snack, Pan]
Decaffeinated
Decaffeinated preselection option, if set on
YES the preselection key is enabled [YES/NO]
Spoons for inst.
Enables spoon delivery for all drinks
[YES/NO]
Always spoons
Enables spoons [YES/NO]
Sweet presel.
Sets the preselection key as “sweet” if YES
or “unsweetened” if NO [YES/NO]
Sugar mixer
Enables sugar mixer option; when this
option is enabled the instant product order
is reversed [YES/NO]
Single sugar
Enables the single sugar option [YES/NO]
Single sugar time
Enables time for sugar if the single sugar
option is enabled [00.0 s … 25.5 s]
Instant Grinding
Sets grinding type: instant grinding with YES,
traditional grinding with NO [YES/NO]
Vega falling sensor Enables Vega product falling sensor
[YES/NO]
Use keys “+” and “-” to vary the logical values like change of
state from yes (ON=engaged) to no (OFF=deactivated) or use
keys “+”,”-” and “CUR” to alter the numeric values.
On pressing ENTER the set value is confirmed and the following
option appears: on pressing ESC again we return to the OPTIONS
menu.
Grinder threshold Sets the power threshold for the grinder
[05.0 … 18.0]
Grinder timeout
Sets the grinder timeout [00.0 s … 25.5 s]
Unit timeout
Sets the unit timeout [00.0 s … 25.5 s]
Pump timeout
Sets the pump timeout [00.0 s … 25
Cup sens.
Cup sensor activation (ON/OFF)
Permanent credit Engages the credit timeout function for 3
minutes. Yes to engage the option and NO
to disengage it [YES/NO]
Credit recovery
This option engages credit recovery in the
event of unsuccessful drink dispensing
operation. The credit is not recovered if there
is a capacity signal or in the presence of other
signals hot water delivery is requested. YES
to engage. NO to deactivate [YES/NO]
Autonomous pump Enables the autonomous pump running
[On/Off]
Aut.pump timeout Sets the time for the autonomous pump
[0..60 s]
Reintegration
Enables reintegration. YES to engage and NO
to disengage [YES/NO]
Multisale
Enables multisale. YES enables option,
NO disables option [YES/NO]
Machine number
Machine number [0..999999]
Rental number
Rental number [0..65535]
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Espresso version
Fig. 7.3
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IRIS
7.2.2 OPTIONS (Fig. 7.4)
Instant version
Min probe sens.
This functions provides a sequence access to a series of options
listed below, on pressing ENTER access is provided to a sub-menu
in which the first option is displayed. For each OPTION the logicl
“ON” or “OFF” must be entered with engages the function or not.
Language
Sets the sensitivity of the minimum level
probe (20…..200). A sensitivity value is
associated to the level probes used on the
machine.
Probe sensitivity is to be reduced in the
presence of low-conductivity water.
Language selection for message display. The
available languages are 4 and 4 on message
eeprom; if this is present, and can be
updated with the message program.
Max prove sens.
Sets the sensitivity of the maximum level
probe (20…200). A sensitivity value is
associated to the level probe used on the
machine.
Payment system
Sets the payment system used
[G13/Executive/MDB]
ECS diff.
Only if the executive payment system has
been set. Set the differentiated ESC option
(ON/OFF)
Credit timeout
Price holding
Only if the executive payment system has
been entered. Sets the price holding option
[On/Off]
Vega falling sensor Enables Vega product falling sensor
[YES/NO]
Probe sensitivity is to be reduced in the
presence of low-conductivity water.
Recovers credit if delivery fails (Vega)
[YES/NO]
Vega type
= type of Vega machine [Snack, Pan]
Decaffeinated
Decaffeinated preselection option, if set on
YES the preselection key is enabled [YES/NO]
Sweet presel.
Sets the preselection key as “sweet” if YES
or “unsweetened” if NO [YES/NO]
Use keys “+” and “-” to vary the logical values like change of
state from yes (ON=engaged) to no (OFF=deactivated) or use
keys “+”,”-” and “CUR” to alter the numeric values.
Conveyor
Sets DA for running sugar conveyor and
spoons [YES/NO]
Enables spoon delivery for all drinks
[YES/NO]
On pressing ENTER the set value is confirmed and the following
option appears: on pressing ESC again we return to the OPTIONS
menu.
Spoons for inst.
Single sugar
Enables the single sugar option [YES/NO]
Single sugar time
Enables time for sugar if the single sugar
option is enabled [00.0 s … 25.5 s]
Water integration T Sets the amount of water integration,
[0.0 s … 6.0 s]
Cup sens.
Cup sensor activation (ON/OFF)
Permanent credit Engages the credit timeout function for 3
minutes. Yes to engage the option and NO
to disengage it [YES/NO]
Credit recovery
This option engages credit recovery in the
event of unsuccessful drink dispensing
operation. The credit is not recovered if there
is a capacity signal or in the presence of other
signals hot water delivery is requested. YES
to engage. NO to deactivate [YES/NO]
Autonomous pump Enables the autonomous pump running
[On/Off]
Aut.pump timeout Sets the time for the autonomous pump
[0..60 s]
Multisale
Enables multisale. YES enables option,
NO disables option [YES/NO]
Machine number
Machine number [0..999999]
Rental number
Rental number [0..65535]
Decimal point
To define the display of the decimal point,
P1 and P2 for selection and P4 for
confirmation.
[0000 / 0000.0 / 000.00 / 00.000]
Washing
Engages washing cycle with clock. [On/Off]
Washing cycle
Engaged the washing cycle. [On/Off]
Jug 1
Number of deliveries of drinks associated to
key 1. [2..99]
Jug 2
Number of deliveries of drinks associated to
keys 2..8 . [2..99]
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Instant version
Fig. 7.4
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Sol.v.del.2 00.0 s water dose delay for instant drinks 1 and 2,
[00.0 s … 25.5 s]
Extra m 1 00.0 s mixer extra time 1, [00.0 s … 25.5 s]
Inst.1
00.0 s
dose for instant drink 1, [00.0 s … 25.5 s]
Del.Inst.1 00.0 s dose delay for instant drink 1,
[00.0 s … 25.5 s]
Ton inst.1 00.0 s time on –reduction gear for instant drink 1,
[00.0 s … 25.0 s]
Toff inst.1 00.0 s time off- reduction gear for instant drink 1,
[00.0 s … 25.0 s]
Inst.2
00.0 s
dose for instant drink 2, [00.0 s … 25.5 s]
Del.Inst.2 00.0 s dose delay for instant drink 2,
[00.0 s … 25.5 s]
Ton Inst.2 00.0 s time on –reduction gear for instant drink 2
[00.0 s … 25.0 s]
Toff Inst.2 00.0 s time off- reduction gear for instant drink 2,
[00.0 s … 25.0 s]
Sol.V..3
000 cc quantity of water for instant drink 3,
[000 cc … 999 cc]
Del.Sol.v.3 00.0 s water dose delay for instant drink 3,
[00.0 s … 25.5 s]
Extra m 2 00.0 s mixer extra time 2, [00.0 s … 25.5 s]
Inst.3
00.0 s
dose for instant drink 3, [00.0 s … 25.5 s]
Del.Inst.3 00.0 s dose delay for instant drink 3,
[00.0 s … 25.5 s]
Ton Inst.3 00.0 s time on –reduction gear for instant drink 3,
[00.0 s … 25.0 s]
Toff Inst.3 00.0 s time off- reduction gear for instant drink 3,
[00.0 s … 25.0 s]
Sol.v.4
000 cc quantity of water relevant to solenoid valve 4,
[000 cc … 999 cc]
Del.Sol.v.4 00.0 s water dose delay relevant to solenoid valve 4,
[00.0 s … 25.5 s]
Sugar 00.0 s
sugar dose, [00.0 s … 25.5 s]
7.2.3 BEVERAGES
Espresso version (Fig. 7.5)
The beverage menu structure is repeated according to the number
of drinks, so that the same structure will be repeated for a single
drink indicating an x instead of the number of drinks, so that it is
sufficient to replace x with the corresponding drink number.
The following combinations have been made for the soluble drinks:
1
=
milk
2
=
chocolate
3
=
tea or decaffeinated
For keys 1-13 line 1 shows the keys referred to for enabling, the
doses and times shown on line 2, listed below:
On
enables drink
Coffee sol.v. 000 cc quantity of water for coffee,
[000 cc … 999 cc]
Add.wat. 000 cc additional quantity of water for coffee,
[000 cc … 999 cc]
Sol.v.2
000 cc quantity of water for instant drinks 1 and 2,
[000 cc … 999 cc]
The Ton indicates the amount of time
for which the gear motor remains on,
while the toff indicates the amount
of time which it remains off. The time
sequence is Ton-Toff-Ton-Toff etc for
the entire duration of the relative
soluble product.
NOTE: If decaffeinated option is NO,
keys 9-13 are not displayed.
Fig. 7.5
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7.2.3 BEVERAGES
Instant version (Fig. 7.6)
Del.Sol.V.4 00.0 s water dose delay for instant drink 6,
[00.0 s … 25.5 s]
Extra m 4 00.0 s mixer extra time 4, [00.0 s … 25.5 s]
(only with conveyor option YES)
Inst.6
00.0 s
dose for instant drink 6, [00.0 s … 25.5 s]
Del.Inst.6 00.0 s
dose delay for instant drink 6, [00.0 s … 25.5 s]
Ton Inst.6 00.0 s time on –reduction gear for instant drink 6,
[00.0 s … 25.0 s]
Toff Inst.6 00.0 s time off- reduction gear for instant drink 6,
[00.0 s … 25.0 s]
Sugar 00.0 s
sugar time, [00.0 s … 25.5 s]
(only with conveyor option Yes)
The beverage menu structure is repeated according to the number
of drinks, so that the same structure will be repeated for a single
drink indicating an x instead of the number of drinks, so that it is
sufficient to replace x with the corresponding drink number.
Yes/No
Yes/No
Sol.v.1
enables drink
enables spoon (only with conveyor option YES)
00.0 s quantity of water for instant drink 1,
[00.0 s … 25.5 s]
Del.Sol.v.1 00.0 s water dose delay for instant drink 1,
[00.0 s … 25.5 s]
Extra m 1 00.0 s mixer extra time 1, [00.0 s … 25.5 s] (only
with conveyor option NO)
Inst.1
00.0 s
dose for instant drink 1, [00.0 s … 25.5 s]
(only with conveyor option NO)
Del.Inst.1 00.0 s dose delay for instant drink 1,
[00.0 s … 25.5 s]
(only with conveyor option NO)
Ton Inst.1 00.0 s time on –reduction gear
for instant drink 1,[00.0 s … 25.0 s]
(only with conveyor option NO)
Toff Inst.1 00.0 s time off- reduction gear
for instant drink 1, [00.0 s … 25.0 s]
(only with conveyor option NO)
Sol.v.2
00.0 s
Del.sol.v.2 00.0 s
Extra m 2 00.0 s
Inst.2
00.0 s
Del.Inst.2 00.0 s
Ton Inst.2 00.0 s
Toff Inst.2 00.0 s
Inst.3
00.0 s
Del.Inst.3 00.0 s
Ton Inst.3 00.0 s
Toff Inst.3 00.0 s
Sol.v.3
00.0 s
Del.Inst.3 00.0 s
Extra m 3 00.0 s
Inst.4
00.0 s
Del.Inst.4 00.0 s
Ton Inst.4 00.0 s
Toff Inst.4 00.0 s
Inst.5
00.0 s
Del.Inst.5 00.0 s
Ton Inst.5 00.0 s
Toff Inst.5 00.0 s
Sol.v.4
00.0 s
The Ton indicates the amount of time for which the gear motor
remains on, while the toff indicates the amount of time which it
remains off. The time sequence is Ton-Toff-Ton-Toff etc for the
entire duration of the relative soluble product.
NOTE: If decaffeinated option is NO, keys 9-13 are not displayed.
quantity of water for instant drinks 2 and 3,
[00.0 s … 25.5 s]
water dose delay for instant drinks 2 and 3,
[00.0 s … 25.5 s]
mixer extra time 2, [00.0 s … 25.5 s]
dose for instant drink 2, [00.0 s … 25.5 s]
(only with conveyor option NO)
dose delay for instant drink 2,
[00.0 s … 25.5 s]
(only with conveyor option NO)
time on –reduction gear for instant drink 2,
[00.0 s … 25.0 s]
(only with conveyor option NO)
time off- reduction gear for instant drink 2,
[00.0 s … 25.0 s]
(only with conveyor option NO)
dose for instant drink 3, [00.0 s … 25.5 s]
dose delay for instant drink 3,
[00.0 s … 25.5 s]
time on –reduction gear for instant drink 3,
[00.0 s … 25.0 s]
time off- reduction gear for instant drink 3,
[00.0 s … 25.0 s]
quantity of water for instant drinks 4 and 5,
[00.0 s … 25.5 s]
water dose delay for instant drinks 4 and 5,
[00.0 s … 25.5 s]
mixer extra time 3, [00.0 s … 25.5 s]
dose for instant drink 4, [00.0 s … 25.5 s]
dose delay for instant drink 4,
[00.0 s … 25.5 s]
time on –reduction gear for instant drink 4,
[00.0 s … 25.0 s]
time off- reduction gear for instant drink 4,
[00.0 s … 25.0 s]
dose for instant drink 5, [00.0 s … 25.5 s]
dose delay for instant drink 5,
[00.0 s … 25.5 s]
time on –reduction gear for instant drink 5,
[00.0 s … 25.0 s]
time off- reduction gear for instant drink 5,
[00.0 s … 25.0 s]
water dose for instant drink 6, [00.0 s … 25.5 s]
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7.2.4 TIMES SNACK (with Master/Slave) (Fig.7.7)
Note:
For access to the headings after “Trial”, password 88000 must be
entered.
Espresso version
Instant version
This function makes it possible to check certain parameters of the
configuration of the Vega series distributor to which it is connected.
Motor Timeout
Vega spiral motor timeout
[00.0 s … 25.0 s]
Testing
Password for protected menu
[88000]
Motor zero setting
Vega motor setting to zero [On/Off]
Temperature Offset
Vega temperature offset [-5 … 5°C]
Fig. 7.7
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7.2.5 TEMPERATURE (Fig.7.8)
Espresso version
Instant version
Heater temp
Heater temp [70÷110 °C]
Tank temp
Vega temperature [8÷15 °C, >15 °C = Off]
Temp. delta
Vega temperature hysteresis [1.0÷5.0 °C]
Safety delta
Vega safety delta [5÷50 °C]
Safety time
Vega safety time [1÷9 hours]
Defrost after
Vega defrost frequency [1÷12 hours]
Defrost for
Vega defrost duration [1÷30 minutes]
- The “Safety delta” and “Safety time” parameters are displayed
only for the Vega machine “Pan” type.
- The “Defrost for” parameter is displayed only for the Vega
machine “Snack” type.
Fig. 7.8
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7.2.6 PRICE- KEYS (Fig. 7.9)
Espresso version
Instant version
This menu shows the coupling of a price to the key or of a Vega
sector.
Line 1 shows the key or sector referred to while the desired price
no. has to be set on line 2.
To change number press keys P1 and P2 for incrementing or
decrementing respectively, P3 for cursor and P4 (Enter) to save
the selection.
Fig. 7.9
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7.2.7 COINS (Fig.7.10)
Espresso version
Instant version
Coin
x
shows the coin coupled with the value set below
(x=1..6), [00000 … 65535]
Fig. 7.10
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7.2.8 PRICES (Fig.7.11)
Espresso version
Instant version
All at price 1
shows whether every drink is coupled to
price 1, [Yes… No]
Price
shows the price coupled to index x,
with x = 1..24, [00000 … 65535]
x
Fig. 7.11
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7.2.9 MDB DATA (Fig. 7.12)
Espresso version
Instant version
Maximum change Maximum change delivered from the coin box
[0÷9999]
Coin change
Engages the change lever [On/Off]
Coin x engage
Activates coin x, with x=1 ... 16 [On/Off]
Note: the programming of the coin engagement function will only
come into effect after switching the coin box off and then on
again and/or the cards.
Fig. 7.12
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7.2.10 MDB PIPE FILLING (Fig. 7.13)
Espresso version
Instant version
MDB pipe filling
(Esc to escape)
From this menu it is possible to enter coins into the coin box
without any updating of the credit on the card.
Fig. 7.13
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7.2.11 MDB PIPE EMPTYING (Fig. 7.14)
Coin 1
(key 3 empty)
...
Coin 16
(key 3 empty)
On pressing key 3 the selected coin will be delivered.
Fig. 7.14
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7.2.12 CODE (Fig.7.15)
Espresso version
Instant version
Code
for the entering of a new code,
[00000 … 99999]
Fig. 7.15
7.2.13 DEFAULT DATA (Fig.7.16)
Espresso version
Instant version
This functions permits the entering of the all default data.
Which as well as the times and measures also include the password,
coins, prices, key-price association, general programming,
engagement function, decounters, sales data or other.
Default data?
To re-enter the default data press YES and press ENTER, [Yes/No]
Fig. 7.16
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7.2.14 DISCOUNTS (Fig.7.17)
Espresso version
Instant version
Discount x
Indicates the discount associated with drink x (x=1..8),
[00000 … 65535]
Fig. 7.17
7.2.15 INCLUDE JUG (Fig.7.18)
Espresso version
Instant version
X key Jug
Engages the jug option for selection x (x=1..13), [On/Off]
Fig. 7.18
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7.2.16 MILK FIRST (Fig. 7.19)
Espresso version
Milk before tas. x
enables milk before option for
selection x (x=1..13), [On/Off]
Fig. 7.19
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7.2.17 CLOCK (Fig.7.20)
Espresso version
Instant version
Washing
The following menus are available:
Hour/time set
Switch on
Washing
Wash 1
sets the time for wash 1
[00:00..23:59]
Wash 2
sets the time for wash 2
[00:00..23:59]
Discount
Discount
Start 1
sets the start time for discounted prices 1
[00:00..23:59]
End 1
sets the end time for discounted prices 1
[00:00..23:59]
Start 2
sets the start time for discounted prices 2
[00:00..23:59]
End 2
sets the end time for discounted prices 2
[00:00..23:59]
Hour/minute set:
Hour/minute set
sets the current hour and minutes
[00:00..23:59]
Switch on:
Start 1
sets the time for switch on 1
[00:00..23:59]
End 1
sets the time for switch off 1
[00:00..23:59]
Start 2
sets the time for switch on 2
[00:00..23:59]
End 2
sets the time for switch off 2
[00:00..23:59]
Note: if the “start” is greater or equal to “end” the discount band
is not engaged.
Note: if “start” is great or equal to “end” the switch on band is not
engaged.
Fig. 7.20
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4.2.18 PREVENTIVE ACTION
Espresso version (Fig.4.21)
Softener
sets the softener value [0 … 50000]
Coffee grinders
sets the coffee grinder value [0 … 50000]
Coffee filters
sets the coffee filter value [0 … 50000]
Solenoid valves
sets the solenoid valve value [0 … 50000]
Gaskets
sets the gasket value [0 … 50000]
Boiler
sets the boiler value [0 … 50000]
HACCP Sanitiz.
sets the HACCP sanitization value
[0 … 50000]
Fig. 7.21
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4.2.18 PREVENTIVE ACTION
Instant version (Fig.7.22)
Softener
sets the softener value [0 … 50000]
Solenoid valves
sets the solenoid valve value [0 … 50000]
Boiler
sets the boiler value [0 … 50000]
HACCP Sanitiz.
sets the HACCP sanitization value
[0 … 50000]
Fig. 7.22
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8.0
MAINTENANCE
Maintenance panel (espresso version)
IMPORTANT ! This operation is to be undertaken with
the machine on, and therefore is only permitted to the
technical staff authorized to carry out such operations.
Press key P12 for access to this maintenance menu which is
positioned on the components side of the keyboard card (Fig.8.1).
On entering this maenu the coin box function is deactivated, the
wording maintenance xxx will appear on line 1, in which xxx stands
for the heater temperature, while line 2 is blank.
In this state the keyboard keys assume the following significance:
Espresso version:
● Key 1: Carries out a coffee group rotation or alarm
scrolling (if any).
● Key 2 :
Milk/chocolate mixer washing. On pressing this
key the milk/chocolate solenoid valve is operated and the pump
and after 1" the milk/chocolate mixer with the equivalent of
100 cc of water, after which there is a 6" wait period. During
which time the washing message is displayed and on line 2 the
wording Message wait. At the end of which we escape from the
washing condition and return to maintenance state.
● Key 3 :
Tea mixer washing. On pressing this key the tea
solenoid valve is operated and the pump and after 1" the tea
mixer with the equivalent of 100 cc of water, after which there
is a 6" wait period. During which time the washing message is
displayed and on line 2 the wording Message wait. At the end
of which we escape from the washing condition and return to
maintenance state.
● Key 4 :
Translator movement, at every key pressing, the
translator is activated and moves one position forward (pos.
1→pos.2→pos.3→pos.1).
l Key 5 :
Cup release
l Key 6 :
Spoon release
Fig.8.1
● Key 7:
Testing of the water of a selection. On line 2
the wording Water test appears and the machine awaits
selection. Selection will be made by placing all the solubles at
zero, and at the end of the delivery operation the machine
escapes from its testing state and return to its maintenance
state. To return to maintenance state without making any
selection, simply press key P9.
● Key 8:
Complete testing of a selection. After pressing
this key on line 2 the word TEST appears and the machine
awaits a selection, at the end of the delivery function the
machine escapes from its testing condition and returns to a
maintenance condition. To return to the maintenance state,
without any selection, simply press key P9.
● Key 9:
The total number of non-cancellable entries are
displayed for a period of 2 seconds after which we return to
maintenance state.
● Key 10
Alarm reset. All alarms are set to zero and the
diagnosis of the group and translator is carried out. Line 2
shows the Reset message for 2 seconds.
● Push button 11: not used.
● Push button 12: Return to normal status or exit from test or
water test.
● Push button 13: not used.
Washing
Key 13 installed on the component side of the keyboard card
(Fig.8.1) carries out the consecutive washing of the coffee group
(group rotation), of the milk/chocolate solenoid valve and relevant
blender, and of the tea solenoid valve and relevant blender.
This key is active only when the machine is in normal status and
not during maintenance or programming.
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Instant version:
Maintenance panel (instant version)
● Key 1 :
Mixer 1 washing. On pressing this key the solenoid
valve 1 is operated and the pump and after 1" the mixer 1 with
the equivalent of 100 cc of water, after which there is a 6" wait
period. During which time the washing message is displayed
and on line 2 the wording Message wait. At the end, exit from
the washing condition and return to the maintenance or alarm
scrolling (if any) status.
● Key 2 :
Mixer 3 washing. On pressing this key the solenoid
valve 3 is operated and the pump and after 1" the mixer 3 with
the equivalent of 100 cc of water, after which there is a 6" wait
period. During which time the washing message is displayed
and on line 2 the wording Message wait. At the end of which
we escape from the washing condition and return to
maintenance state.
l Key 3 :
Cup release
● Key 4:
The total number of non-cancellable entries are
displayed for a period of 2 seconds after which we return to
maintenance state.
● Key 5 :
Mixer 2 washing. On pressing this key the solenoid
valve 2 is operated and the pump and after 1" the mixer 2 with
the equivalent of 100 cc of water, after which there is a 6" wait
period. During which time the washing message is displayed
and on line 2 the wording Message wait. At the end of which
we escape from the washing condition and return to
maintenance state.
● Key 6 :
Washing. On pressing this key the solenoid valve
4 is operated and the pump and after 1" the mixer 4 with the
equivalent of 100 cc of water, after which there is a 6" wait
period. During which time the washing message is displayed
and on line 2 the wording Message wait. At the end of which
we escape from the washing condition and return to
maintenance state.
● Key 7 :
Translator movement, at every key pressing, the
translator is activated and moves one position forward (pos.1→
pos.2→ pos.1) with conveyor option NO, (pos. 1→ pos.2→
pos.3→ pos.1) with conveyor option YES.
● Key 8:
Testing of the water of a selection. On line 2
the wording Water test appears and the machine awaits
selection. Selection will be made by placing all the solubles at
zero, and at the end of the delivery operation the machine
escapes from its testing state and return to its maintenance
state. To return to maintenance state without making any
selection, simply press key P9.
● Key 9:
Complete testing of a selection. After pressing
this key on line 2 the word TEST appears and the machine
awaits a selection, at the end of the delivery function the
machine escapes from its testing condition and returns to a
maintenance condition. To return to the maintenance state,
without any selection, simply press key P9.
● Key 10
Alarm reset. All alarms are set to zero and the
diagnosis of the group and translator is carried out. Line 2
shows the Reset message for 2 seconds.
● Push button 11: not used.
● Push button 12: Return to normal status or exit from test or
water test.
● Push button 13: Translator movement only with conveyor
option YES
Washing
Key 13 installed on the component side of the keyboard card
(Fig.8.1) carries out the consecutive washing of the coffee group
(group rotation), of the milk/chocolate solenoid valve and relevant
blender, and of the tea solenoid valve and relevant blender.
This key is active only when the machine is in normal status and
not during maintenance or programming.
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9.0 MAINTENANCE AND INACTIVITY
9.1
Cleaning and Loading
So as to guarantee the correct functioning of the distributor during time it is necessary to effect some operations periodically,
some of which are indispensable for the observance of the health standard norms. These operations must be done with the
distributor open and switched off. The cleaning operations must be effected before the loading of the products. In order to
guarantee normal operation, the machine must be installed in areas that the environmental temperature is between a minimum
of -1°C and a maximum of +32°C end humidity of not over 70%. Must not be installed in places where cleaning is done with
water hoses(ex. big kitchens.).
Do not use water jets to clean the machine.
Please refer to the provisions of section 5.0 SAFETY REGULATIONS and section 6.0 INSTALLATION of this manual.
9.1.1 Recommended maintenance
Bianchi guarantees the proper operation of its distributor over time only with a preventive maintenance carried out in
compliance with the provisions listed below:
TYPE OF INTERVENTION
Softener regeneration *
No. of COUN
5.000
10.000
20.000
30/40.000
70/80.000
l
Replacement of piston equipped with filters and gasket
l
Replacement of entire coffee group
l
l
Decalcification of espresso boiler and solenoid valves
l
Replacement of grinders
l
Decalcification of instant drink boiler and solenoid valves
*: if not otherwise recommended by the softener supplier.
9.1.2 Periodic cleaning by the maintenance
technician
First step: disposal of the waste inside the waste bins (used
cups, stirrers, paper, tissues etc).Once the waste has been disposed
of it is possible to clean the surrounding area.
- elimination of the coarse dirt
- disinfecting of the flooring and walls of the area surrounding
the machine up to a radius of 1 metre around the distributor
- once this is complete proceed with opening the distributor.
9.1.3 Daily cleaning recommended
The objective is that to avoid the creation of bacteria in the food
zone areas.
For all cleaning operations follow the instructions indicated
in paragraph 9.2.1.
Operate as follows:
- clean all the visible parts in the dispensing area. (Fig. 9.1 e
Fig. 9.2)
remove and clean carefully:
– funnels and powder chutes (Fig. 9.3-pos.1)
– water funnel (2), mixing bowls (3) whipper assembly (4)
Fig.9.2
2
3
1
4
Fig.9.1
Fig.9.3
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– silicone water dispensing tubes.
– dispensing chamber (Fig. 9.4)
– coffee funnel and chute (Fig. 9.5)
Before effecting the re-assembly operations clean all the elements
carefully.
– remove all coffee powder residue; the unit can be removed
from its housing to make the task easier (Fig. 9.6)
Fig.9.4
Fig.9.5
Fig.9.6
9.1.4
– empty the waste liquids bin clean it and/or substitute it (Fig.
9.7).
– empty the coffee ground collecting tank (coffee in beans
versions) (Fig. 9.8)
Last step: coin collection.
Fig.9.7
Weekly cleaning
Remove all the containers and clean with a wet cloth all the
container support parts, as well as the bottom of the distributor
and the outside of the distributor, in particular the dispensing
area. (Fig. 9.9).
Fig. 9.9
Fig. 9.8
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9.1.5 Product loading
When necessary provide for the loading of the products and/or
consumption materials of the automatic vending machine. For
these operations please refer to the operations described under
chapter 6.6 (first installation).
9.1.6 Ordinary and Extraordinary Maintenance
The operations described in this section are purely indicative
as they are tied to variable factors such as the water hardness,
humidity, products used and workload, etc.
For all operations that require the disassembly
of the distributors’ components, make sure that
the latter is switched off.
Entrust the operations mentioned here below to qualified personnel.
If the operations require that the distributor be switched on, entrust
them to specially trained personnel.
For more complicated interventions, such as removing the lime
build-up in the boilers a good knowledge of the equipment is
necessary.
STAGE DI
INDEX
INDICE
FASE
Monthly effect the debacterisation of all the parts in contact with
food substances using chlorine based solutions following the
operations already described under chapter 6.5.
NUOVA BIANCHI COFFEE MACHINE TIMING CHECK PROCEDURE
Ensure that during the idle state, the rotating index is aligned
with the stage index (see fig.9.10)
Ensure that during the delivery stage that the rotating index is
not more than 1.5 mm in advance of the delivery reference point
(the rotating index must be at a delivery position of between 0
and 1.5 mm from the delivery point).
DELIVERY
INDICE
DI
INDEX
EROGAZIONE
Fig. 9.10
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For anything not mentioned in this section, refer to the HACCP
regulation and in particular pay attention to the following:
9.2 MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES
-
Recommended equipment:
For those responsible for filling up and maintenance of the machine
the recommended equipment is as follows:
- Tool carrier case
- Clean uniform
- Disposable gloves
- Clamp for closing the
- Roll of kitchen paper
- Wood or plastic stick
- Bottle of detergent
- Bottle of disinfectant
- “Distributor out of action” sign
- Small table for resting items (optional)
Cleaning of the premises
Product transportation
Machinery maintenance
Waste disposal
Drinking water procurement
Personnel hygiene
Food product characteristics
Personnel training
(Directive 93/43 CEE)
Important advice (ref. Directive 93/43)
l The premises where the automatic distributors are installed
must be such as to prevent any accumulation of dirt, any contact
with toxic materials, and the formation of condensate or mould
on the surfaces of the machine.
Never use:
- Sponges, scourers, cloths
- Brushes
- Screwdrivers or metallic objects.
l It is also important that the premises where the distributor is
installed can guarantee a correct hygienic procedure, also
preventing any cross contamination, during the operations,
between food, equipment, materials, water, air recirculation or
personnel interventions and excluding any external
contamination agent such as insects or other harmful animals.
9.2.1 Sanitization
l Make sure that the water system complies with EEC Directive
80/778 regarding the quality of water for human consumption.
IMPORTANT ADVICE
l Ensure a correct mechanical or natural aeration, avoiding any
mechanical air flow from a contaminated area to a cleaned
area.
- Vending operators and technicians who usually get in contact
with food shall pay particular attention to their personal cleaning
and the cleaning of their clothes.
The cleaning operations may be undertaken:
1 at the site of installation of the automatic distributor
In particular before starting any operation on the distributor, make
sure to:
2 at the premises of the company that provides the service
- wear protection shoes or at least suitable shoes
- carefully wash your hands
Example of a recommended cleaning procedure of a hot
drink automatic distributor:
- keep your hand nails short, clean and with no varnish
- keep your hair short and clean
The person responsible for machine hygiene, before opening the
distributor must check the cleanliness of the surrounding environment
and put up a sign to tell any potential consumers that:
- avoid scratching yourselves during maintenance operations
- avoid smoking and eating during work
- avoid touching hair, mouth, nose during work
- the machine is “out of use as maintenance is in progress”
- avoid wearing rings, bracelets, watches
- it is important that the person responsible for cleaning never
has to interrupt his work in order to operate the machine.
- cover wounds (if any)
- avoid any personal strong perfume
- For internal cleaning use clean cloths, better if disposable.
- It is indispensable to avoid any contact between the products
used for the generic cleaning of the distributor and the products
to clean the parts in contact with food.
The major food contamination passes through hands; remember
to wash your hands when:
- you start working on the distributor
- after touching your hair, blowing your nose, eating
- During cleaning operations, pay attention not to transfer germs
from dirty areas to already cleaned areas.
- after touching chemical cleaning products
A) Use clean gloves.
- after shaking hands with other people
B) Use hot water not taken from toilets.
If you use protection glove, remember to change them whenever
they get in contact with polluting objects.
C) Pay special care to clean the parts in contact with food
- after being to the toilet
- Carefully remove any residual dirt before proceeding to use
disinfectants.
- Carefully avoid any contact of food with dirty surfaces.
To ensure hygiene:
- During the cleaning operations carefully follow the instructions
on the packages of chemical detergents. Absolutely avoid any
contact of food with detergents.
- Use disinfectants
The purpose of the disinfectants is to destroy any surface bacteria
which may be present.
- Make sure that your cleaning equipment is perfectly efficient.
For cleaning:
D) At the end of the cleaning operations, place the water collecting
bags in appropriate areas far from the automatic distributor
areas.
- Use detergents and/or detersive products
The detergents act to eliminate the dirt.
Products exist on the market which are both detergents/
disinfectants and are usually sold at the chemist’s (chlorine-based).
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9.2.2 Temperature control
GENERAL INFORMATION ON DELIVERED PRODUCTS
- adjust the distributor temperature in compliance with the
specifications recommended by the manufacturers of the food
contained in the distributor
- always check the expiry date
- always check the airtight sealing of packages
- remember to place the food at least 15 cm from the ground
- food is usually properly preserved at a temperature lower than
8°C
- during loading never touch cups but slide them out of the
package
- in particular as regards sandwiches, it is advisable to preserve
them at a temperature ranging from 3°C to 5°C
- during loading never touch spoons but slide them out of the
package
- these products shall obviously be transported in appropriate
thermal containers.
- Avoid preserving instant products for a long time or in sunny
and humid places.
The following table summarizes the recommended behaviour to reduce the risk of bacteria proliferation and contamination inside the
distributor to the minimum.
TIME / No.of COUN
TYPE OF INTERVENTION
EVERY DAY
Remove and wash all visible parts in the delivery area with
sanitizing liquid.
l
Empty the liquid ground collecting buckets and clean them with
sanitizing liquid.
l
Empty the coffee ground collecting tank and wash it with
sanitizing liquid.
l
Remove all containers and clean with a wet cloth all container
supporting parts, as well as the bottom and the outside of the
distributor, in particular the delivery area; then proceed to
sanitization.
* Sanitization kits including plastic parts for the passage of
pulveriz ed or liquid product (cups , pipes, delivery flange,
nozzles,…). For any further information, please contact directly our
offices.
EVERY WEEK
20000 COUN OR
MAX EVERY MONTH
l
l
* Bianchi has prepared specific kits expressly designed for every distributor model.
9.3 Regulations
9.3.1 Dosage and grinding regulations
The distributor is supplied regulated with standard values and
i.e.:
– TEMPERATURE of the coffee in the cup of about 78°C for 38 cc
of dispensed product
– TEMPERATURE of the instant products in the of about 73°C
– grams of coffee powder, about 7,0 grams
– grams of instant powder products according to what is indicated
on the specific tables.
In order to obtain the best results with the product used we advise
to check:
- Ground coffee gram weighting: vary the quantity using the
knob positioned on the measuring device (Fig.9.11).
Each notch of the regulation knob corresponds to a value of
0.05 grams.
By turning in a clockwise sense the amount decreases.
By turning in an anti-clockwise sense the amount increases.
The variation in the product can be controlled by means of the
reference notches on the body of the measuring unit (see figure 9.11)
Coffee pellets must be have a compact consistency and be
slightly damp.
Fig. 9.11
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– Regulation of the degree of grinding. Turn the screw (fig.9.12)
to obtain the desired results.
Turn clockwise for fine grinding, turn anti-clockwise for coarser
grinding.
After regulation, three product regulations must be carried out
in order to assess the efficiency of the regulation, the finer the
granules the greater the time required for product delivery.
9.3.2 Regulation of the instant solenoid water delivery valves
In the case of soluble products you can regulate the quantity of
water and the powder dosage electronically by varying the standard
parameter, according to the procedure indicated in chapter 7.0
PROGRAMMING.
Due to problems caused by the formation of lime scale the instant
solenoid valves can have a reduced water delivery.
Fig. 9.12
9.4 Inactivity
If the automatic vending machine remains inactive for a long time
it is necessary to perform some prevention operations:
– disconnect the machine electrically and hydraulically.
– empty completely the instant boiler and the floater reservoir
removing the plug located on the hose along the drain chute.
– Put the plug back in once the draining has been done.
– unload all the product from the containers (Fig. 9.13)
– perform a thorough cleaning of all the parts in contact with
food substances according to what has already been described.
– empty the liquid waste bin carefully
– eliminate the spent grounds bag
Fig. 9.13
– clean with a cloth all the internal and external surfaces of the
machine.
– protect the outisde of the machine with a plastic film wrapping
or bag (fig. 9.14)
– stock in a dry and protected place where the temperature is
not less than 1° C.
Fig.9.14
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10.0 ACCESSORIES
10.1 Basic furniture kit
On request two basic cabinets are available on which the automatic
distributor should be superimposed.
The difference between the two lies in the fact that one allows the
installation of the token box while the other does not.
N.B.: The IRIS espresso distributor has the chute to drain the
grounds directly into the cabinet already built-in as a standard
equipment; both cabinets are provided with two internal buckets
and the “too full” detector inside the bucket for liquids.
For the assembly and the coupling of the cabinet with the
distributor, proceed as follows:
- remove the 4 feet assembled on the table model (Fig.10.1)
- superimpose the distributor on the cabinet (Fig.10.2)
Fig.10.1
49 kg
Fig. 10.2
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10.1.1 Installation of coffee ground discharge chute
Remove the liquid ground collecting tank (Fig.10.3) and the coffee
ground collecting tank.
Remember to:
- Remove the disk on the bottom of the distributor by breaking
the connecting flaps (Fig.10.4).
- Re-insert the liquid ground collecting tank
- Re-insert the coffee ground collecting tank (Fig.10.5).
Fig.10.3
Fig.10.4
Fig.10.5
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10.1.2 Liquid ground collection
- Remove the tank and pierce the discharge point as shown in
figure 10.8.
- Insert the silicone tube in the relevant seat in the tank
- Now re-insert the liquid ground collecting tank and check for
the presence of the bucket in the lower seat (Fig.10.9).
Fig.10.8
Fig. 10.9
10.1.3 Installation of chutes and coin/token box
- Assemble the coin box on the bottom part of the cabinet by
fixing it with the suitable square.(Fig.10.10).
Fig. 10.10
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10.1.4 Pump kit (Fig. 10.11)
The pump kit is available to allow the distributor to operate even
without requiring the direct connection to the water network.
The assembly instructions and the technical features are included
in the kit.
The kit pump includes:
- 24V DC pump with 150 cm cable and faston male couplings
- silicone tube 120 cm 5x9
- silicone tube 70 cm 7x11
- rubber holder fitting
- discharge spout
- female sleeve
- tank microswitch cable with independent tank
Fig.10.11
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11.0 TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE FOR THE FAILURES OR MOST COMMON ERRORS
The effect of an alarm is generally the turning off of all outputs and locking of any current delivery. All alarms can be eliminated, after
removing the cause, by going to maintenance and pressing key 10 (in the upper right corner of the keyboard).
Line 1 will show the word Alarm while line 2 will display the alarm.
DISPLAY MESSAGE
PROBABLE CAUSE
REMEDY
Non memorized alarms
E09 Eprom error
Alarm - Coinbox error
Alarm - Scale factor
E08 WATER EMPTY
E12 TEMP. <60C
E01 CUP
E18 SUGAR CONV.
E00 OUT OF ORDER
CONFIGURATION
Is engaged in the event of an eprom error. The
message eprom error appears on line 2. On
engaging the res et mes s age t he mis s ing
default data will also be recharged on the eprom
(only if this alarm is present).
This alarm is only engaged if the Executive or
Mdb coin box is engaged. It comes into action
in the event of a connection error between the
card and the coin box or if the coin box itself is
not sensed.Executive: a delay of only 60
seconds is envisaged from the time of coin box
sensing failure to alarm engagement.MDB: the
delay is of approx. 10 seconds on switching on
and then of 2 seconds.
In the use of the Executive coin box function
(not on price holding mode) if a price value is
set which multiplied by the base currency of
the coin box exceeds the permitted price range
a scale factor message appears. This alarm
condition is self-resetting, as soon as the set
level returns to within the permitted limits.
Trips 2 seconds after the detecting of the water
empty micro. Turns off resistance and reinitialize
the timeout for E12. With autonomous pump
o pt i o n e na b l e d d uri ng t he p ro gra mme d
autonomous pump timeout time, it displays water
loading, i.e. until the autonomous pump output is
open and then it displays message E08- water
empty. The effect of this alarm is to disable the
token box and the drink delivery. Auto-resetting.
Occurs if on reset the set temperature of under °15
is not obtained in under 15 seconds, or if during
normal function the temperature remains under
60°c for 15 minutes.
Trips 10 seconds after its enabling if the cup
release motor has not activated the Cup Release
MFC or if the column rotation motor is active for
more than 90 seconds.
Trips 10 seconds after its enabling if the sugar
conveyor motor has not activated the Sugar
Conveyor Micro.
Occurs if all slaves connected to the board
are in alarm. No delivery is therefore possible
on the slaves.
Occurs if the revision of the slave connected to the
board is not compatible.
Undertake alarm reset.
These alarms are self-resetting.
Check the correct base currency value in the
programming parameters of the coin box.
Check the water capacity of the mains
supply.Water inlet solenoid valveEfficient
function of the tank micro.
Empty the liquid dregs bucket
Check the tank micro and replace if necessary
Check the programming parameters. Check
the clixon
Undertake the filling of the relative column
Che c k t he mi c ro -s w i t c h a n d re p l a c e i f
necessary
Check the motor position micro-switch and
replace if necessary
Check the alarms during maintenance
Software updates are available on Bianchi's
technical portal; if this is not possible, please
contact directly our offices.
Memorized alarms
E17 ARM MOTOR
E21 DRINK NOT AVAILABLE
Occurs in the event of a 4 second timeout
during the cup conveyor movement
Is engaged in the event of E05 signal and in
the event of any of the following signals E02,
E03, E04, E06 y E025.
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Check and replace if necessary
Check the motor position micro-switch
Check signals
IRIS
DISPLAY MESSAGE
PROBABLE CAUSE
REMEDY
Is engaged if the programmed grinder time
out is engaged.The display shows the
signal "lacks coffee". The sum is credited
only in the case of instant grinding.
Undertake to fill the container
Memorized signals
E02 GRINDER
E03 COFFEE UNIT
I s engaged if the programmed coffee unit
timeout is engaged.The display shows the
message "no coffee". The sum is recredited
E04 ESPRESSO PUMP
Is engaged during the coffee water deliver
function unless at least 10 cc is deliveryed in
the programmed pump timeout.The display
shows the message "no coffee". The sum is
re-credited
Check that there is no impediment between
the grinders.Check the electric motor
connections.
Chec k for any pos s ible faul ts a nd mot or
electrical power supply
Check the micro-switch and replace if
necessary.
Check the pump and replace if necessary.
Check the coffee solenoid and replace if
necessary.
Check the volumetric counter and replace if
necessary
E05 SOL. PUMP
E06 COFFEE MEASURER
E11 NTC PROBE
E16 CAPACITY
I s engaged during the delivery of water for
solubles or hot water unless at least half the
quantity is delivered in the programmed pump
t i mout .T he di s pl a y s how s t he me s s a ge
"espresso only"The sum is re-credited if hot
water is not being delivery.
I s e nga ge d i n t he e vent t ha t duri ng t he
c o f fe e re l e a s e s t age t he me a s ure dos e
re ma ins pres s e d.T he di s pla y s how s t he
message "no coffee". The sum is re-credited
Engage d i f t he t empe rat ure probe s hort
circuits or the circuit is open.The resistance
is switched off if the NTC short circuits or is
open. On ignition a delay of 30 seconds is
e n v i s a g e d b e f o re a l a rm c o n d i t i o n i s
ascertained.
For delivery of soluble products or hot water:
occurs in the event that water delivery of only
between 50-70% of the programmed measure
occurs. The display visualizes the character °° as
the last character. This signal prevails over those
of the de-counters (the three subsequent ones).
Check the pump and replace if necessary
Check the soluble product solenoid valve
and replace if necessary
Check the volumetric counter and replace
if necessary
Check the measure micro-switch and
replace if necessary
Check for any obstructions and remove if
necessary
Check the NTC probe resistance and
replace if necessary
Check the electrical connections.
See note (1)
Non memorized signals
E25 NO UNIT
E22 PURIFIER
E23 GRINDERS
E24 FILTERS
E32 SOLENOID VALVE
E33 GASKETS
Senses no unit condition.
This alarm deactivates the coin box and drink
selection.This alarm is self-resetting.
Trips if the value of the purifier decounter is
equal to zero. Displays "α" in the last display
box.
Trips if the value of the grinders decounter is
equal to zero. Displays "$" in the last display
box.
Trips if the value of the filters decounter is
equal to zero. Displays "&" in the last display
box.
T ri ps i f t he va l ue o f t he s o l e no i d va l ve
decounter is equal to zero. Displays "^" in
the last display box.
Trips if the value of the gasket decounter is
equal to zero.Displays "<" in the last display
box.
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Check the unit presence micro-switch and
replace if necessary.
Regenerate the purifier.
Reset the programmed purifier decounter.
Replace the grinders.
Reset the programmed grinders decounters.
Replace the filters.
Reset the programmed filter decounter.
Replace solenoid valve. Reset the
programmed solenoid valve decounter.
Replace gaskets.
Reset the programmed gasket decounter.
IRIS
DISPLAY MESSAGE
E34 BOILER
E35 HACCP Sanitization
PROBABLE CAUSE
REMEDY
Trips if the value of the boiler decounter is
e qual t o zero. Di s pl a ys "">"" i n t he la s t
display box.
Trips if the value of the HACCP sanitization
decounter is equal to zero. Displays ""@"" in
the last display box
Reset the programmed boiler decounter.
Reset the programmed Sanitization
decounter.
Omnifet memorized signals
E30 - OMNIFET XX
xx
Check for any short circuits relative to the omnifet.
Remedy the cause and switch off the distributor for
a few minutes. Undertake alarm reset operation
I s engaged in the event of a fault on the
omnifet xx.
Omnifet controlled output (instant version)
0
Elettrovalvola entrata acqua
1
Coffee solenoid
2
Milk/chocolate solenoid
8
9
10
Milk reduction gear/conveyor
Dek or broth gear motor
Chocolate gear motor
3
Autonomous pump relay
11
Milk/chocolate mixer
4
Tea solenoid
12
(not used)
5
Dek or sugar reduction gear
13
Dek or broth mixer
6
Dek or broth solenoid valve
14
Coffee mixer
7
Tea gear motor
15
(not used)
xx
Omnifet controlled output (espresso version)
0
Hot water solenoid
8
Chocolate gear motor
1
Tea solenoid
9
Autonomous pump
2
Milk/chocolate solenoid
10
Milk gear motor
3
Sugar motor and spoon
11
Milk/chocolate mixer
4
Tea mixer
12
(not used)
5
Sugar gear motor
13
Grinder
6
Coffee solenoid
14
Coffee magnet
7
Tea gear motor
15
PUMP OMNIFET
I s engaged when an omifet pump fault is
revealed
(not used)
Check for any short circuits on the OMNIFT
PUMP. Eliminate the cause, and then switch
off the distributor for a few minutes. Carry
out alarm reset operations.
Check the pump and replace if necessary
Vega card alarms
Memorized alarms
Is engaged should an eprom error be found. By
effecting a re-set operation the factory details
willl also be re-entered on the eprom (only if
this alarm is present)
Undertake alarm reset operation.
Enga ge s i n t he e ve nt o f i nt e rrupt i o n i n
c o mmuni c a t i o n b e t w e e n t he ve g a a n d
master cards
Check the master/slave connection. Check
the alarms during maintenance
Vega sector xx
Engages in the event of the expiry of the
motor timeout of the xx sector during delivery
Check the sector geared motor, spiral and
electrical connections
Vega T safety
i s e nga ge d i f t he s a fe t y t e mpe ra t ure i s
exceeded (only for Pan type).
Check the programming parameters
Check cooling unit
Vega NTC probe
Occurs in the event of the short circuiting of
the temperature probe or in the event of open
c i rc u i t . O n s w i t c h i n g o n a d e l a y o f 3 0
seconds is envisaged before alarm occurs
Check NTC probe resistances and replace if
necessary.Check the electrical connections
Vega sensor
Occurs if Vega board does not detect the
product falling sensor for 5 seconds. T he
sensor shall be enabled. If this signalling is
active, the board behaves like with disabled
sensor.
Vega eeprom
Non memorized alarms
V00 - OUT OF ORDER
Memorized signals
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Check sensor and replace it, if necessary
Check electric connection
IRIS
(1)
The alarm E16-CAPACITY is a mere signal , that does not cause a block, but that indicates a progressive reduction of the
water flow in the PUMP-electrovalve circuit or an inefficiency
of the volume meter , this signal pre-announces an imminent
failure E04 - PUMP.
12.0 DISMANTLEMENT
Proceed with the emptying of the products and of the water as
described in the previous paragraph.
For the dismantlement we advise to disassemble the machine
dividing the parts according to their composition (plastic, metal
etc.).
Other signals that do not block are foreseen and have the objective
of advising that the regeneration of the descaler resins, of the
blades or filters is necessary.
Subsequently entrust to specialised companies the parts divided
in this manner. If there is a cooling unit, give the latter, without
disassembling, it to specific companies authorised for the scrapping
of the unit in question.
The number of vends beyond which the regeneration is deemed
necessary is set in the OPTIONS menu ; the display messages
foreseen are:
* to indicate the error E16 CAPACITY
- α to indicate the purifier regeneration
- & to indicate the substitution of the filters
- $ to indicate the substitution of the grinder blades
-
- # to indicate the substitution of the filters and of the grinder
blades
- % to indicate the purifier regeneration and the substitution
of the grinder blades
- Ω to indicate the purifier regeneration and the substitution
of the filters
- π to signal the regeneration of the purifier, substitution of
the resins and the grinder blades
If one of the above mentioned symbols are displayed, going into
SERVICE mode instead, the message ALARM will appear followed
by the signal for which the regeneration is necessary.
A safety disposition is foreseen “group present” (A Micro switch
assembled on the boiler-group support) in the versions with plastic
group; in the absence of the group the machine indicates to SELECT
DRINKS WITHOUT ESPRESSO COFFEE .
The presence of the following is also indicated:
- coffee unit
- water
- coffee
- cups
- dreg container empty
safety elements:
- coffee heater thermostat
- door switch
- mechanical anti- flooding
- pump, grinder, coffee delivery unit motor (timed regulation)
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SCHEMA IDRAULICO
HYDRAULYC SCHEME
HYDRAULiC SCHEME
(Instant version)
nuova
BIANCHI
1
1
2
23
Scatola polvere brodo/dek
Soupe or dek product
Scatola polvere zucchero
Sugar
product
Scatola
polvere box
caffË
Scatolaproduct
polvere cioccolata
34 Coffee
box
5 Scatola polvere latte
4 Chocolate product box
6 Scatola polvere tÈ
5 Milk product box
7 Blocchetto elettrovalvole solubili
68 Tea
product box
Caldaia
Data
SCHEMA HYDRAULIQUE
A=
B=
C=
D=
E=
F=
G=
11090011
Cod.
12.07.2002
Dis. Colombo
Ediz.
DENOMINAZIONE
Tubo silicone 5x9
Tubo silicone 8x11
Tubo silicone 8x12
Tubo silicone 3x6(C)
Tubo silicone 7x11(C)
Riduzione
Riduzione caffË
IRI 01 xx
D 200
D 160
D 320
D 340
Clixon antiebollizione
79 Instant
valve
10 Strozzatura per elettrovalvola antitrabocco
8 Boiler
11 Supporto ugelli erogazione
9 Clixon
12 Vaschetta raccogliliquidi
10
junction for
inlet valve
Elettrovalvola
antitrabocco
13“T”
2
1
3
100 100 100
4
100
5
6
100 100
14Cup
Raccordo
di scarico
11
station
15 Spirale tÈ
12 Liquid collection tray
16 Riduttore di portata ¯1,6mm
13
Inlet valve with waterblock
17 Mixer + camera di miscelazione
17
15 Pipes junction
17
G
E 190
17 Motor mixer + mixer chamber
F
E 190
E 190
16 Water flow reductor - 1,6mm
15
E 670
14 Junction for waste bin
16
B 135
C 370
E 200
7
8
C 240
9
C 40
11
10
C 300
12
A 190
13
14
Brodo
CaffË
66
TË
Latte + Cioccolata
IRIS
ELECTRIC SCHEME
IRIS INSTANT
67
IRIS
Tubo silicone 5x9
Tubo silicone 8x11
Tubo silicone 8x12
Tubo silicone 3x6(C)
Tubo silicone 7x11(C)
Tubo teflon 4x6
Tubo akulon 4x6
11089811
Cod.
Data
Dis. Colombo
03.06.2002
Ediz.
DENOMINAZIONE
IRE 01 XX
H = Riduzione
I = Riduzione L=18mm ¯int=2.75
L = Tubo silicone 5x9 (C)
4
1
100
100
2
3
100 100
8
D 300
D 230
L 370
19
H
7
11
9
16 Spout support flange
E 400
17 Liquid collection dry
18 Junction for waste bin
6
19 Mixing-dispensing
10
20 “T” junction
21 Boiler
15
A 180
A 230
B 210
A 240
F 680
12
9
I
A 240
A 80
14
13
L 25
16
20
A 150
18
Ugello capillare
17
TË
Latte + Cioccolata
CaffË
Beccuccio a gomito
Beccuccio diritto
68
Acqua
E 680
5
15 Pump
L 190
4
F 300
D 180
1 Scatola dosatrice cioccolata
1 Chocolate canister
2 Scatola dosatrice latte
Scatola
dosatrice TË
canister
32 Milk
4 Scatola dosatrice zucchero
3 Tea canister
5 Eletrovalvola tre vie caffË
Gruppocanister
caffË
64 Sugar
Blocchetto
elettrovalvole solubili
75 Coffee
valve
8 Vaschetta acqua
unit
Raccordo
a "Y"
96 Coffee
Tappo valve
10
7 Instant
11 Filtro acqua
8 Water canister
12 Vaschetta raccoglifondi
13
Elettrovalvola
9 “Y”
junction ingresso acqua
14 Rilevatore di flusso
10 Tap
15 Pompa
11Water
filter
16
Supporto
ugelli
17 Vaschetta raccogli liquidi
12 Dregs collection dry
18 Raccordo di scarico
13 Valve
inlet
water
Camera
di miscelazione
19
20 Raccordo a "T"
14 Flow sensor
21 Caldaia
A=
B=
C=
D=
E=
F=
G=
A 110
BIANCHI
SCHEMA IDRAULICO
HYDRAULYC
HYDRAULYC SCHEME
SCHEME
(Espresso
version)
SCHEMA
HYDRAULIQUE
E 40
nuova
IRIS
2xF 10 A
3
L
230V.-50Hz.
N
Fusibili
Fuses
Interr. generale di sicurezza
Safety switch
75
(In caso di serbatoio autonomo sostituisce
il micro chiamata acqua contrassegnato
con l'asterisco. Fili 10 e 77 )
76
Microswitch inlet water for tank
PIN 1
60
60
61
Micro conv.zucchero e palette
Microswitch spoon/sugar
71
Micro traslatore pos.zucchero/paletta
Microswitch trasl.pos.spoon/sugar
72
Micro traslatore pos. sgancio bicchieri
Microsw.cup dispenser pos.transl.
PIN 2
83
68
65
60
PIN 3
63
Micro dosatore caffË
Microsw. coffee boiler
PIN 2
64
Micro presenza gruppo
Microsw. coffee group
62
Micro rotazione gruppo
Microsw.rotation coffee group
PIN 1
60
40
PIN 4
INPUT 3
22
Contatore volumetrico
-+
PIN 2
Volumetric counter
70
PIN 1
80
P9
P1
P11
Keyboard
P12
P13
P10
P5
P6
10
4
9
9
4
9
4
5
40
27
55
10
5
33
34
10
5
141
40
21
22
23
44
48
24
8
7
6
Connettori 24Vdc -
38
15
40
1
6
1
31
45
1
6
2
2
7
35
40
62
55
27
24Vdc connectors
1
2
3
34
52
7
4
1
40
2
40
5
6
8
3
3
5
6
2
44
4
9
40
1
35
25
22
21
CONNETTORE ELETTROVALVOLE
EV connector
Pump connector
Cup dispenser connector
CONN. MOTORI SGANCIABICCH.
1
2
3
Pin 1
CONNETTORE POMPA
Pin 1
Connettori Micro
68
60
Switch connector
Connettori cordone B.T
Low tension connectors
6
3
OUTPUT 4 (CN4)
29
50
3
8
2
7
25
5
OUTPUT 3 (CN5)
43
3
46
3
8
52
2
OUTPUT 2 (CN3)
1
2
3
4
65
Cup dispenser Switch
11089711
CONN. MICRO SGANCIABICCHIERI
N?60
N?63
N?64
N?62
Motor group connector
1
60
60
Connettore Ventolino
Volumetric counter
Pin 1
Cod.
0
69
N?61
N?71
N?72
N?74
N?73
N?68
N?65
CONNETTORE MOTORE GRUPPO
64
60
60
Switch group micro
CONN. MICRO GRUPPO
1
2
3
Connettori 220V
220V Connectors
13
18
gnd
Heating connector
SCHEMA ELECTRIQUE
Iris epresso
SCHEMA ELETTRICO
CONNETTORE CALDAIA
BIANCHI
nuova
N?60
N?60
PULSANTIERA
P7
P2
P3
LCD/KEYBOARD (CN7)
39
OUTPUT 5 (MR2)
40
P8
21
M
Terminale negativo.
Viene identificato dal punto.
Colombo
Data 03.06.2002
Disegn.
MOTORIDUTTORE POLVERE
Gearmotor powders
P4
38
M
PIN 2
Micro finecorsa sgancio bicchieri
Microsw. cup dispenser
PIN 4
PIN10
PIN 1
Micro vuoto bicchieri
Microsw. cup empty
PIN 1
OUTPUT 4 (CN4)
29
M
PIN 7
PIN 9
Micro vuoto acqua
Microswitch empty water
PIN 3
PIN 3
PIN 6
PIN 8
Micro traslatore pos. erogazione
Microsw. erogation pos. transl.
73
20
PIN 5
M
PIN 4
74
27
M
PIN 3
PIN 5
PIN 4
INPUT 4
23
PIN 1
INPUT 6
50
PIN10
PIN 2
70
80
INPUT 1
OUTPUT 1 (CN2)
31
PIN 9
Magnete caffè
Magnetic coffee
Bianco
Rosso
Input 2 (CN11)
SCHEDA MICRO IRIS ESPRESSO
Iris espresso micro board
OUTPUT 3 (CN5)
55
PIN 8
M
Mixer latte/cioccolata
Milk/chocolate mix motor
Macinino
Grinder
Micro chiamata acqua serbatoio autonomo
PIN 2
PIN 6
PIN 7
Sgancio bicchiere
Cup dispenser
PIN 3
PIN 7
PIN 6
Motore slitta
Sledge motor
PIN 4
PIN 8
Predisp. per pompa autonoma
Indipendent electric pump
Rotazione colonna bicchieri
Cups turret rotation
Sonda NTC 100K
Ntc sensor 100K
PIN 9
PIN 5
Pompa 24 VDC
24VDC electric pump
13
44
PIN 4
Protettore termico a riarmo automatico
Clixon
PIN10
R.10ohm.10w
Protettore termico 100?C
Thermal protector 100?C
60
4
110?
43
PIN 3
SUPPLY 20V (MR1)
45
PIN 2
BLU 82
NERO 77
PIN 1
OUTPUT 2 (CN3)
PIN10
40+
M
141
Motore gruppo caffè
Coffee group motor
PIN 9
33
M
Motoriduttore cioccolata
Chocolate gearmotor
PIN 8
48
M
Motoriduttore latte
Milk gearmotor
PIN 7
46
M
Motoriduttore Thè
The gearmotor
PIN 6
35
M
Motoriduttore zucchero
Sugar gearmotor
PIN 5
15
M
Motore zucchero/palette
Sugar/Spoons motor
PIN 4
34
Elettrovalvola thè
The electrovalve
PIN 3
24
Predisposizione Kit lampada portiera
Kit door lamp
PIN 2
52
Elettrovalvola acqua caffË
Coffee water electrovalve
25
M
Mixer Thè
The motor mixer
40+
Elettrovalvola acqua latte/cioccolata
Milk/Chocolate electrovalve
Nero
N4
96
77
F 15A
Predisp. coppetta riscaldata
Resistance 20W 24V
PIN 1
Clixon
Resistenza caldaia espresso 1500W
1500w Cofee boiler resistance
Alimentazione per sistemi di pagamento
Optonal kit payment system supply
Elettrovalvola entratra acqua
Hot water electrovalve
Protettore termico a riarmo manuale
95
22,5V AC
24V AC
*
10
11
**
ROSSO 66
**
24VAC water inlet electrovalve
135?
180 VA
Trasformatore 180VA
Trasformer 180VA
9
18
230VAC
*
Micro chiamata acqua
Inlet water microswitch
Micro troppo pieno secchio
Over-flow microswitch
L2
U3
9
18
Aspiratore
Aspiration
Elettrovalvola entrata acqua 24VAC
(solo per modelli con allacciamento a rete)
Filtro rete
Net filter
U1
ELECTRIC SCHEME
IRIS ESPRESSO