pr ogramming manu al - VE Global Solutions

PROGRAMMING MANUAL
Fresh Brew
English
Code:
P2615EN00
Date:
08 - 2007
Introduction
This “Programming Manual” is a very useful tool for those operators who want to get the most out of the potential of the installed software and know in detail all of the available software functions.
This document is available in PDF format in the Reserved Area of our internet site
www.nwglobalvending.com or, on request, through our after-sales service.
The Manual is divided into 3 parts:
The First Part regards Normal Vending Mode; it describes the operations to be carried out during the vending
machine normal use:
- Power-on
- Operations with the door closed
- Messages for the user.
The Second Part descries the Filler Menu, the programming part that is used for changing individually the
sales prices of the selections and for simple controls on the functioning and on the machine sales.
The Third Part describes the Technician Menu, the programming part that is meant for technical personnel,
used for changing the machine performance.
The operations described can modify the functioning cycles, therefore they must be carried out only by personnel who have the specific knowledge of the machine functioning from a point of view of electrical safety
and health regulations.
The appendix contains the List of Failures, which describes the possible error signals and the self-diagnosis
conditions of the machine; it also describes the functions concerning the coin mechanism communication
protocols.
normal vending mode
Power On
When closing the machine door, the display indicates the version number of the installed software.
The machine can be programmed for displaying, for a few second, the number of selections made.
Brio3 FB
Rev. 1.0 XXX
After a few seconds the display will show the message “Heating” and when the normal operating temperature
is reached, the machine goes into normal vending mode.
Operations with the door closed
During Normal Vending Mode it is possible to carry out certain operations with the door closed, keeping button
A pressed for more than 2 seconds (see figure). The push-buttons take on numeric values as shown in the
figure:
The machine waits a few seconds for the entry of a 5-digit
code that will allow the following operations if enabled in
the Password option within the Technician Menu:
- Reset counters
- Wash
By default all passwords are disabled.
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Messages for the user
The following table indicates the most common strings that may be shown on the machine display in normal
vending mode.
String
HEATING
SELECT THE DRINK
NO CHANGE
Description
It is not possible to make selections. The boiler heating element is
switched on and is heating the water to bring it to normal operating temperature.
The machine waits for the user to make a drink selection by pressing the relevant selection button.
The machine signals that, in the event the money in the tubes is
lower than the required minimum, the change is not guaranteed.
DRINK SELECTED / (SCROLLING BAR)
The machine is preparing the selected drink.
DRINK SELECTED / TAKE THE PRODUCT
The machine has completed the preparation of the selected drink.
VENDING MACHINE OUT OF ORDER
SUSPENDED SERVICE
ESPRESSO OUT OF ORDER
SELECTION DISABLED
EMPTY GROUNDS TRAY
INSERT TRAY
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It is not possible to make selections. Besides this message, the
failure that caused this condition is displayed alternating.
It is not possible to make selections. This condition occurs when
the machine is in Energy Saving mode or while dispensing a product from the slave machine.
It is not possible to make espresso coffee based selections,
because of a failure in the coffee unit. All other selections remain
available.
It is not possible to make the selection chosen, as such selection
was disabled in the programming menus.
The maximum number of coffee based selections has been
reached and the machine signals that the coffee grounds tray is
full and must be emptied with the machine on, to allow the software to recognise the operation.
The machine signals that the specific sensor does not detect the
presence of the coffee grounds tray.
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programming menu
In order to access the programming menu, open the front door of the vending machine, switch on the machine
and insert the yellow key supplied in the relevant slot located on the left-hand side of the machine.
Press the programming access button as shown in the figure:
The machine goes into "Filler Menu" mode.
The buttons shown in the figure are used for surfing through the different menus:
Scrolling buttons UP “�”and DOWN “�”
The UP and DOWN scrolling buttons are used for moving from one programming menu item to the next one,
located in the same level, and at the same time change the status or the numeric value of the corresponding
functions.
Confirm / Enter button “�”
The confirm / enter button is used for moving to the lower level or for confirming a value after being entered or
changed.
Exit button “�”
The exit button is used for returning to the higher level or for exiting a change field of a function. When reaching the highest level in the menu, this button is pressed for going from the Technician menu into the Filler menu
and vice versa..
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1 - STATISTICS
1.1 - PRINT STATISTICS
1.1.1 - PARTIAL PRINTOUT
1.1.1.1 - PRINT SEL. COUNT
1.1.1.2 - PRINT BAND COUNT
1.1.1.3 - PRINT DISC COUNT
1.1.1.4 - PRINT FAIL COUNT
1.1.1.5 - PRNT C MECH DATA
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Statistics
1.1
Printing the Statistics
1.1.1
Partial printout
1.1.1.1
Printing the selection counters
When confirming this function, the counters regarding the different
selections are printed.
1.1.1.2
Printing the time band counters
When confirming this function, the counters regarding the different
time bands are printed.
1.1.1.3
Printing the discount counters
When confirming this function, the counters regarding discounts
and overprice are printed.
1.1.1.4
Printing the failure counters
When confirming this function, the counters regarding the different
failure are printed.
1.1.1.5
Printing the coin mechanism data
When confirming this function, the counters regarding the coin
mechanism data are printed.
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1.1.2 - TOTAL PRINTOUT
1.2 - PRINT REL. STATS
1.2.1 - PARTIAL PRINTOUT
1.2.1.1 - PRINT SEL. COUNT
1.2.1.2 - PRINT BAND COUNT
1.2.1.3 - PRINT DISC COUNT
1.2.1.4 - PRINT FAIL COUNT
1.2.1.5 - PRNT C MECH DATA
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Total printout
When confirming this function, all statistics are printed.
1.2
Printing the relative statistics
1.2.1
Partial printout
1.2.1.1
Printing the selection counters
When confirming this function, the relative counters regarding the
different selections are printed.
1.2.1.2
Printing the time band counters
When confirming this function, the relative counters regarding the
different time bands are printed.
1.2.1.3
Printing the discount counters
When confirming this function, the relative counters regarding discounts and overprice are printed.
1.2.1.4
Printing the failure counters
When confirming this function, the relative counters regarding failures are printed.
1.2.1.5
Printing the coin mechanism data
When confirming this function, the relative counters regarding the
coin mechanism data are printed.
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1.2.2 - TOTAL PRINTOUT
1.3 - DISPLAY STATS
1.3.1 - DIS. SEL. COUNT.
1.3.1.1 - DIS. SIN. COUNT.
1.3.1.2 - DIS. TOT. COUNT.
1.3.1.3 - DIS. SEL. COUNT.
1.3.2 - DIS. BAND COUNT.
1.3.3 - DIS. DISC. SEL.
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Total printout
When confirming this function, all relative statistics are printed.
1.3
Displaying the statistics
1.3.1
Displaying the selection counters
1.3.1.1
Displaying the single counters
This function is used for displaying the counters regarding each
selection, divided by price band (0, 1, 2, 3, 4, Free, Test).
1.3.1.2
Displaying the total counters
This function is used for displaying the total counters regarding each
selection.
1.3.1.3
Displaying the selection counters in normal vending - /maintenance
This function is used for displaying the total counters regarding the
selections made while in normal vending mode and maintenance
mode.
1.3.2
Displaying the time band counters
When selecting the desired price band (0, 1, 2, 3, 4, Free, Test), the
total number of selections made for that price band is displayed.
1.3.3
Displaying the discount counters
This function is used for displaying the total amount of discounts
and overprice accumulated for the dispensed selections.
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1.3.4 - DIS. FAIL.COUNT.
1.3.5 - DIS. C MECH DATA
1.3.5.1 - DIS. AUDIT DATA
1.3.5.2 - DIS. CASH COUNT.
1.4 - DIS. REL. STATS
1.4.1 - DIS. SEL. COUNT.
1.4.1.1 - DIS. SIN. COUNT.
1.4.1.2 - DIS. TOT. COUNT.
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Displaying the failure counters
This function is used for displaying the number of times each possible failure occurred in the vending machine.
1.3.5
Displaying the coin mechanism data
1.3.5.1
Displaying the audit data
This function is used for displaying the number of coins inserted in
the vending machine, differentiated by the type of coin.
1.3.5.2
Displaying the cashed amount
This function is used for displaying the value of:
- Total cashed
- Total sold
- Total cashed by credit
1.4
Displaying the relative statistics
1.4.1
Displaying the selection counters
1.4.1.1
Displaying the single counters
This function is used for displaying the counters regarding each
selection, divided by price band (0, 1, 2, 3, 4, Free, Test).
1.4.1.2
Displaying the total counters
This function is used for displaying the total counters regarding each
selection.
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1.4.1.3 - DIS. SEL. COUNT.
1.4.2 - DIS. BAND COUNT.
1.4.3 - DIS. DISC. SEL.
1.4.4 - DIS. FAIL.COUNT.
1.4.5 - DIS. C MECH DATA
1.4.5.1 - DIS. AUDIT DATA
1.4.5.2 - DIS. CASH COUNT.
1.5 - DEL. REL. STATS
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Displaying the selection counters in normal vending - maintenance
This function is used for displaying the total counters regarding the
selections made while in normal vending mode and maintenance
mode.
1.4.2
Displaying the time band counters
When selecting the desired price band (0, 1, 2, 3, 4, Free, Test), the
total number of selections made for that price band is displayed.
1.4.3
Displaying the discount counters
This function is used for displaying the total amount of discounts
and overprice accumulated for the dispensed selections.
1.4.4
Displaying the failure counters
This function is used for displaying the number of times each failure
occurred in the vending machine.
1.4.5
Displaying the coin mechanism data
1.4.5.1
Displaying the audit data
This function is used for displaying the number of coins inserted in
the vending machine, differentiated by the type of coin.
1.4.5.2
Displaying the cashed amount
This function is used for displaying the value of:
- Total cashed
- Total sold
- Total cashed by credit
1.5
Deleting the relative statistics
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1.5.1 - DELETE PARTIAL
1.5.1.1 - DELETE SE. COUNT
1.5.1.2 - DEL. DISC. COUNT
1.5.1.3 - DEL. FAIL. COUNT
1.5.1.4 - DEL. C MECH DATA
1.5.2 - DELETE TOTAL
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Partial delete
1.5.1.1
Deleting the selection counters
When confirming this function, the counters regarding the different
selections are deleted.
1.5.1.2
Deleting the discount counters
When confirming this function, the counters regarding discounts
and overprice are deleted.
1.5.1.3
Deleting the failure counters
When confirming this function, the counters regarding the different
failure are deleted.
1.5.1.4
Deleting the coin mechanism data
When confirming this function, the counters regarding the coin
mechanism data are deleted.
1.5.2
Total delete
When confirming this function, all relative statistics are deleted.
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2 - SET SIN. PRICES
2
Setting single prices
This function is used for setting a different price for each selection.
2.1 - SELECTION PRICE
2.2 - POWDER 2 PRICE
3 - TUBES CONTROL
3.1 - FILL TUBES
3.2 - RELEASE TUBES
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Selection price
2.2
Decaffeinated Price
This function is used for setting the sales price for each selection
during time band 1 (if set).
3
Change tubes control
3.1
Filling the change tubes
From this function, the change tubes can be filled manually.
Confirming the refilling, the display will indicate
“Credit: ——” which is the value of money available in the change
tubes; insert the desired coin into the validator and the display will
indicate the value of money available in the change tubes.
3.2
Releasing the change tubes
From this function, the change tubes can be released manually.
When confirming the releasing, it will be possible to decide which
tube to release. Each time the confirm button is pressed, a coin is
ejected from the active tube.
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4 - BOILER TEMPERAT.
4
Boiler temperature
This function is used for displaying the operating temperature, expressed in °C, of the boilers actually installed in the machine.
5 - TEST
5.1 - COMP. DISPENSING
5.2 - WATER ONLY
5.3 - POWDER ONLY
5.4 - NO ACCESSORIES
5.5 - ACCESSORIES ONLY
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Test
5.1
Complete dispensing
With this function it is possible to obtain, with the door open
and without inserting any money, complete dispensing for each
selection.
5.2
Water only
With this function it is possible to dispense, with the door open
and without inserting any money, only the water doses for each
selection.
5.3
Powder only
With this function it is possible to dispense, with the door open
and without inserting any money, only the powder doses for each
selection.
5.4
No accessories
With this function it is possible to dispense, with the door open and
without inserting any money, only the water and powder doses for
each selection, without any cup and stirrer.
5.5
Accessories only
With this function it is possible to dispense, with the door open
and without inserting any money, only the accessories for each
selection.
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6 - GSM
6.1 - RESET PRE-AL CNT
7 - EVADTS
7.1 - CONNECTION
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GSM
6.1
Resetting the pre-alarm counters
With this function the counters that control the pre-alarms are reset.
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Evadts
7.1
Connection
This function places the machine in wait mode for connection to
retrieve data.
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1 - FAILURES
1.1 - READING FAILURES
1.2 - RESET FAILURES
1.
Failures
1.1
Reading the failures
When the “Failure” function is displayed, press the confirm button
“�” to display the present failures.
If no failures are currently present, after pressing the confirm button
“�” the message “End failures” will be displayed.
A detailed description of the possible failures present in these
models is indicated in the appendix of this manual.
1.2
Resetting the failures
By confirming this function all current failures will be reset.
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2 - SET PARAMETERS
2.1
Cash
This set of functions controls all parameters regarding the payment
systems and the sales prices.
2.1 - CASH
2.1.1 - PRICES
2.1.1.1 - SET SIN. PRICES
2.1.1.1.1 - SELECTION PRICE
2.1.1.1.2 - POWDER 2 PRICE
2.1.1.2 - SET GLOB. PRICES
2.1.1.2.1 - SELECTION PRICE
2.1.1.2.2 - POWDER 2 PRICE
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Setting the parameters
2.1.1
Prices
Four different prices can be set for each selection according to the
programmed time bands for when the time table option is enabled.
For each of the 4 time bands prices (0 to 65,535) can be programmed globally (same price for all selections) or for the single
selections.
2.1.1.1
Setting single prices
2.1.1.1.1
Selection price
This function is used for setting a different price for each selection in
each price band that was set.
2.1.1.1.2
Decaffeinated price
This function is used for setting a different price for each decaffeinated coffee based selection.
2.1.1.2
Set global prices
2.1.1.2.1
Selection price
This function is used for setting one price for all available selections
2.1.1.2.2
Decaffeinated price
This function is used for setting one price for all decaffeinated coffee
based selections.
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2.1.1.3 - TIME BANDS
2.1.1.3.1 - SET DATE & TIME
2.1.1.3.2 - TIME BAND 1
2.1.1.3.3 - TIME BAND 2
2.1.1.3.4 - TIME BAND 3
2.1.1.3.5 - TIME BAND 4
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Time bands
Four programmable time bands are provided for selling products at
different prices.
Time band 0 is not programmable and covers the 24 hours.
2.1.1.3.1
Set Date and Time
This function is used for setting the reference time given by an internal clock programmable for:
day/month/year/week-day 1-7 (1=Monday, 2=Tuesday, etc…) and
then hour/minutes/seconds.
2.1.1.3.2
Time Band 1
The time bands are programmable for beginning and end time by
hours (00 to 23) and minutes (00 to 59). If the values for start and
end of the time band are set to 00.00 the time period is disabled.
2.1.1.3.3
Time Band 2
The time bands are programmable for beginning and end time by
hours (00 to 23) and minutes (00 to 59). If the values for start and
end of the time band are set to 00.00 the time period is disabled.
2.1.1.3.4
Time Band 3
The time bands are programmable for beginning and end time by
hours (00 to 23) and minutes (00 to 59). If the values for start and
end of the time band are set to 00.00 the time period is disabled.
2.1.1.3.5
Time Band 4
The time bands are programmable for beginning and end time by
hours (00 to 23) and minutes (00 to 59). If the values for start and
end of the time band are set to 00.00 the time period is disabled.
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2.1.2 - COIN MECHANISMS
2.1.2.1 - COIN MECH SETT.
2.1.2.2 - IMMEDIATE CHANGE
2.1.2
Coin mechanisms
2.1.2.1
Setting the coin mechanisms
It is possible to decide which of the payment system protocols available are to be enabled for the functions.
The available payment systems are:
- Executive
- Validators
- BDV
- MDB
By selecting one of the systems it is possible to control its functions.
A detailed description of the functions related to the communication protocols is indicated in the appendix of this manual.
2.1.2.2
Immediate change
This function is valid only in the case where a change-giver coin
mechanism is installed in the machine.
Normally the amount for a selection is cashed after the machine
sends the message “Selection successful”, consequently the
change is returned at the end of dispensing the selected product.
By enabling this function, disabled by default, the cashed signal is
sent at the beginning of dispensing, consequently the change owed
to the user is returned at the same time of dispensing the product.
2.1.3 - DECIMAL POINT
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Decimal point
Press the confirm button “�” to display the position of the decimal
point, i.e.:
0
decimal point disabled
1
XXX.X
2
XX.XX
3
X.XXX
Press the confirm button “�”, these values will start blinking and
can then be modified as necessary.
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2.1.4 - MASTER SLAVE
2.1.4.1 - SET UP
2.1.4.2 - SLAVE PRICE HOLD
2.1.4
Master Slave
The machine control system is pre-arranged for the connection in a
bank of vending machines (Minisnakky, Snakky and Snakky SL)
2.1.4.1
Settings
This function is used for setting the hierarchies of master/slave relationships between connected vending machines.
This machine can be configured a “Master”, i.e. having control over
the second machine, or as “Slave”, i.e. leaving the control to the
other machine.
2-digit (XX) or 3-digit (0XX; 9XX) selection numbers will also be set.
The master/slave function is not enabled by default.
2.1.4.2
Slave Price Holding (Exe. Protocol)
In the event an Executive payment system in “Price Holding” mode
is set, this function is used for setting the same mode also in the
software of the slave machine.
2.1.4.3 - VIRT. PRICE RET.
2.1.4.4 - RESET SNAKKY SL
2.1.4.5 - MONITOR SLAVE
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Virtual Price Return (EXE. / BDV Protocol)
In the case of combined or virtual selections (with the related menus
present in the slave machines), this function is used for setting
whether to keep (OFF) or not (ON) the partial amount, should the
second selection/dispensing fail.
2.1.4.4
Reset snakky sl
This function is used for resetting all settings related to the master/
slave function on the slave machine.
2.1.4.5
Monitor Slave
This function is used for scrolling through all the information of a
slave being connected.
When switching on the slave with the display showing this function,
the display will indicate in a sequence all information on the slave
regarding:
- software version
- type of slave (XX, 0XX, 9XX)
- presence of dispensing detection photocells
- number of trays and compartments
- presence of dispensing compartment lock device
- temperature detected by the internal probe
To exit the function it will be necessary to switch the master machine
off.
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2.2 - SELECTIONS
2.2.1 - SET WATER
2.2.1.1 - WATER DOSES
2.2.1.2 - SET WHIP DOSES
2.2.1.2.1 - SET DOSES
2.2.1.2.2 - SET MODALITY
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Selections
2.2.1
Setting the water
2.2.1.1
Water doses
With this function the water doses that compose the drink can be
set for each selection button.
These are expressed in:
- cc for instant products;
- fmp (number of pulses of the volumetric counter) for Espresso
(coffee or tea).
The display will indicate the number of the water dose being set
(water 1, water 2, etc.) and the water value blinking. In order to verify
the correspondence between the water doses refer to the “Selection
dose table”.
2.2.1.2
Setting the whipper
2.2.1.2.1
Setting the whipper doses
The whipping time can be set for each selection button, for each
water dose that composes such selection.
The duration can be set in two different modes:
2.2.1.2.2
Setting the whipper mode
It is possible to choose between two different modes:
Absolute
i.e. independent from the solenoid valve opening time. The whipping duration is set as tenths of a second for Instant models and as
volumetric counter pulses for Espresso models.
Relative
i.e. based on the difference, plus or minus, from the moment the
solenoid valve closes.
The whipping duration is always expressed in tenths of a second.
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2.2.1.3 - SOLENOID SETTING
2.2.1.4 - DRIPPING TIME
2.2.2 - SET POWDER
2.2.2.1 - POWDER DOSES
2.2.2.2 - DOSER SETTINGS
2.2.3 - SET ACCESSORIES
2.2.3.1 - ENABLE CUP
2.2.1.3
Solenoid valve settings
It is possible to set the water flow rate of the single solenoid valves
expressed in cc/s (the default value setting in cc/s is indicated in
the selection dose table) to calculate the amount of water to be
dispensed.
2.2.1.4
Set Dripping Time
The wait time (programmable from 0 to 2000 hundredths of a second) to the emission of an “end of dispensing” warning sound can
be set for each selection in order to allow the tubes to drain.
2.2.2
Setting the powders
2.2.2.1
Powder doses
This function is used for setting, for each selection button, the instant product powder doses that compose the drink.
These are expressed in gr. (grams).
The display will indicate the combination of water and powder being
set (water 1 - powder 1, etc.) and the powder dose value blinking.
In order to verify the correct correspondence refer to the “Selection
dose table”.
2.2.2.2
Setting the doser units
This function is used for setting the flow rate of the single doser
units, expressed in g/s, to calculate the amount of powder to be
dispensed, for correct conversion of product dose values.
2.2.3
setting the accessories
2.2.3.1
enabling the cup
This function is used for enabling or disabling cup dispensing for
each selection button.
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2.2.3.2 - ENABLE SUGAR
2.2.3.2
enabling the sugar
This function is used for enabling or disabling sugar dispensing for
each selection button.
2.2.3.3 - ENABLE STIRRER
2.2.3.3
enabling the stirrer
This function is used for enabling or disabling stirrer dispensing for
each selection button.
2.2.4 - SELECTION STATUS
2.2.5 - SELECTION BUTTON
2.2.6 - SEL. ARRANGEMENT
2.2.7 - PRODUCT CODE
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Selection status
Each single selection button can either be enabled or disabled.
2.2.5
Button <--> Selection
This function permits the association of a selection number, indicated in the selection dose table, to a button in the direct selection
keypad.
2.2.6
Checking the selection number
Verifying the selection number (for direct selection models only) associated to a button.
2.2.7
Setting the product code
This function is used for assigning a 4-digit code to each selection
for processing the statistics.
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2.3 - MACHINE PARAM.
2.3.1 - BOILER TEMPERAT.
2.3.2 - TANK
2.3.3 - MIXER HEATING
2.3.4 - MIXER COOLING
2.3.5 - FAST CYCLES
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Vending machine parameters
2.3.1
Boiler temperature
This function is used for setting the operating temperature, expressed in °C, of the boilers actually installed in the machine.
After selecting the boiler, press the confirm button “�”, the temperature value on the display will start blinking and can be modified as
necessary.
2.3.2
Tank
The machine water supply can be from the mains or from an internal
tank. For some applications it is also possible to use two internal
tanks at the same time.
With this function it is possible to define whether the machine water
supply is from the mains (tank = 0) or from the tanks (tank = 1 or 2).
2.3.3
Mixer heating
With this function it is possible to heat the mixer with a small amount
of hot water before dispensing, as long as the following conditions
are met:
- the first water dose composing the drink is below 60 cc;
- no hot drinks have been dispensed from the mixer in the last 3 minutes, or no cold drinks have been dispensed in the last 5 minutes.
2.3.4
Mixer cooling (only for machines with a cold unit)
With this function it is possible to cool the mixer with a small amount
of cold water before dispensing, if no cold drinks have been dispensed from the mixer in the last 5 minutes, or no hot drinks have
been dispensed in the last 3 minutes.
2.3.5
Fast cycles
When this function is enabled, some of the time that is useful for
improving the drink quality is eliminated: all products that compose
the drink are dispensed at the same time, eliminating the “postwhipping” time.
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2.3.6 - SET DISP. MAINT.
2.3.7 - PHOTOCELL
2.3.8 - NEON TIME
2.3.9 - SET CUP SETTLING
2.3.A - EN. WASH BUTTON
2.3.B - EN.AUT.MIX.WASH
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Setting the regeneration counter
It is possible to display the message “Regenerate the water softener” upon accessing “Filler” mode after a programmable number
of drinks dispensed.
2.3.7
Photocell
The machine can be fitted with a “cup sensor” composed of photocell that detects the presence of an object in the dispensing
compartment.
When the function is enabled, if an object is detected in the dispensing compartment, a cup is not released and the display indicates the message “Without cup”.
It is also possible to define whether, after two attempts to release
a cup without the photocell detecting any objects in the dispensing
compartment; the failure should lock the machine or leave it to operate using a ceramic cup.
A lighting lamp inside the dispensing compartment is controlled by
the cup sensor.
If the cup is still inserted, when the next selection is made the message "Remove cup" is displayed.
2.3.8
Equipped base cabinet
In the event the machine is equipped with a dispensing compartment lamp. With this function it is possible to define how long
(programmable between 0 and 300 t/s) the lighting lamp inside the
dispensing compartment is to stay on, if the cup sensor is not fitted.
2.3.9
Cup settling time
This function is used for setting the delay time in stopping the cup
column rotation in order to compensate any inertia due to the cup
type.
2.3.A
Enabling the wash button
With this function it is possible to enable the operation of the mixer
wash button.
Normally the button is disabled.
2.3.B
Automatic mixer wash
It is possible to set the time when performing an automatic mixer
wash cycle. When setting the time to 24.00 the function is disabled
(default).
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2.3.C - DEC. CYCLE
2.3.D - NUM. MAX CONTAT.
2.3.E - PREGRINDING
2.3.C
Decaffeinated cycle
For the purpose of improving the appearance of the drink the
lyophilised instant product powder (if present) is dispensed before
dispensing water into the mixer.
2.3.D
Counter maximum number
This function is used for setting the maximum number of selections to be reached for the purpose of disabling the machine. The
counters can be set for the following selections:
- Espresso
- Instant
- Espresso + Instant
When setting a new value for the counter, the previous count is
cancelled.
This function is active if the counter reset password was set before
hand.
2.3.E
Pre-grinding
This function is used for enabling/disabling the grinding of coffee for
the next selection. This permits the reduction of dispensing time for
a coffee selection. The function is disabled by default.
2.3.F - INFUSION TIME
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Brewing time (fresh-brew tea)
This function (enabled only in fresh-brew tea models) permits opening of the tea dispensing solenoid valve for a length of time, set in
tenths of a second, and delivering of a small amount of water onto
the product in order to dampen it before the actual brewing cycle.
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2.4 - DISPLAY
2.4.1 - LANGUAGE
2.4.2 - PROMOT. MESSAGE
2.4.2.1 - EN. PROM. MESS.
2.4.2.2 - SET PROM. MESS.
2.4.3 - CONTRAST CONTROL
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Display
2.4.1
Language
With this function it is possible to select the language used for surfing within the programming menus and while in normal vending
mode. The list of available languages is indicated in the dose table.
2.4.2
Promotional message
2.4.2.1
Enabling the promotional message
This function is used for enabling or disabling a promotional message appearing on the display during the machine normal vending
mode.
2.4.2.2
Setting the promotional message
This function is used for writing the 4-line promotional message; by
pressing the confirm button “�” the first character starts blinking;
this can then be changed using the “�” and “�” buttons, scrolling
through the available characters.
Once the message is completed, it can be stored by pressing button
“�”.
2.4.3
Contrast control
This function is used for adjusting the LCD display contrast from 5%
to 99%.
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2.5 - PRE-SELECTIONS
2.5.1 - NO CUP
2.5
Pre-selections
This function is used for setting the pre-selections present in this
model, enabling or disabling the pre-selection for a certain selection, changing dose and price.
An example for the first pre-selection is indicated below; the operations to be carried out are identical for each selection.
2.5.1
without cup
This pre-selection is used for dispensing the selected product and
excluding the dispensing of the cup.
2.5.1.1 - SELECTION ENABL.
2.5.1.2 - DOSE VARIATION
2.5.1.3 - PRICE VARIATION
2.5.2 - EXTRA SUGAR
2.5.3 - SUGAR
2.5.4 - SUGAR -
2.5.5 - SUGAR +
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Enabling the selection
Press the confirm button to select the selection button for which the
pre-selection is to be enabled.
2.5.1.2
Changing the dose
This function is used for changing the percentage of product dispensed with the pre-selection (function valid only for some preselections).
2.5.1.3
Changing the price
This function is used for assigning a discount or overprice to the
selection set with the pre-selection.
2.5.2
Extra Sugar
This pre-selection is used for dispensing the maximum dose of
sugar set together with the drink..
2.5.3
Sugar
This pre-selection is used for increasing or decreasing in a cyclical
manner the amount of sugar to be dispensed.
2.5.4
Sugar This pre-selection is used for decreasing by a modifiable dose the
amount of sugar to be dispensed.
2.5.5
Sugar +
This pre-selection is used for decreasing by a modifiable dose the
amount of sugar to be dispensed.
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2.5.6 - WATER +
2.5.7 - WATER -
2.5.6
Water +
This pre-selection is used for increasing by a modifiable amount the
water in the coffee or tea based selections.
2.5.7
Water This pre-selection is used for decreasing by a modifiable amount
the water in the coffee or tea based selections.
2.5.8 - STRENGHT +
2.5.8
Powder +
Pre-selection not available in these models.
2.5.9 - STRENGHT -
2.5.9
Powder Pre-selection not available in these models.
2.5.A - COFFEE PWD. DOSE
2.5.B - EXTRA MILK
2.5.a
Decaffeinated
This pre-selection is used for making a coffee-based selection with
the second type of available coffee (if present).
2.5.b
Extra Milk
This pre-selection is used for increasing by a modifiable amount the
milk dose (powder only) in the milk-based selections.
2.5.C - JUG +
2.5.c
Jug +
Pre-selection not available in these models.
2.5.D - JUG -
2.5.d
Jug Pre-selection not available in these models.
2.5.E - MOKKA
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Mokka
This pre-selection is used for decreasing by a modifiable amount
the water dose in the coffee selections for the purpose of obtaining
a “mokka” type drink.
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2.6 - MISCELLANEOUS
2.6.1 - JUG FACILITIES
2.6.2 - PASSWORD
2.6.2.1 - SET PASSWORD
2.6.2.2 - ENABLE PASSWORD
2.6.2.3 - PWD AZZ. CONTAT.
2.6.2.4 - PWD LAVAGGI
2.6.3 - ENABLE FILL MENU
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Miscellaneous
2.6.1
Jug facilities
This function is used for setting a programmable number (1 to 9; 5
by default) of consecutive selections to fill a jug.
2.6.2
Password
This function is used for setting a password for accessing the
“Technician menu” mode.
2.6.2.1
Setting the password
Enter a 5-digit numeric code to be set as the password.
2.6.2.2
Enabling the password
This function is used for enabling or disabling the password request
when accessing the “Technician menu” mode (disabled by default).
2.6.2.3
Counter reset password
This function is used for setting the password for resetting the
counters set with the function “Counter maximum number”.
Wash password
This function is used for setting the password that must be entered
while in normal vending mode (with the door closed) for performing
a mixer wash cycle
2.6.3
Enabling the Filler menu
This function is used for determining which of the “Filler menu”
functions are to be left active and which are to be disabled. The
reference numbers of the menus do not change even if some are
disabled.
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2.6.4 - ENERGY SAVING
2.6.4.1 - SET ENER. SAVING
2.6.4.2 - PARAM. EN.SAVING
2.6.5 - GRUPPO ES
2.6.6 - LAV. GRUPPO AUT.
2.6.7 - FAN CONTROL
2.6.8 - BREWER WARMING
2.6.9 - BREW. WARM. TIME
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Energy saving
This function is used for saving electric power when the machine is
not in use.
2.6.4.1
Setting the energy saving
This function is used for enabling or disabling the automatic switchoff of the vending machine boiler during the time when it is believed
the machine would not be used.
2.6.4.2
Energy saving parameters
This function is used for setting the days of the week (1 Monday,
2 Tuesday, 3 Wednesday, etc.) and the time bands (band 1 and 2)
when the boiler is to be switched off for energy saving.
2.6.5
Espresso Unit
This function is used for setting the standby position of the Z3000
espresso unit.
- OPEN brewing chamber open;
- CLOSED brewing chamber closed.
By default the position is set to OPEN.
2.6.6
Automatic unit wash
This function is used for setting the daily unit wash of the espresso
unit by setting the time when it is to be performed. If setting the time
to 00.00 the function is disabled.
2.6.7
Exhauster control
This function is used for setting the continuous operation of the
exhauster fans for instant products:
- ON fans always on;
- OFF fans on only during dispensing and for the following 30
seconds.
2.6.8
Espresso unit heating
This function is used for setting the espresso coffee based selection
for which the brewer unit heating must be enabled, permitting the
dispensing of hot water in the brewer unit before brewing the coffee.
2.6.9
Espresso unit heating time
This function is used for setting the length of time from the last espresso coffee selection after which the brewer unit heating must be
performed (30 minutes by default).
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3 - STATISTICS
3.1 - ELECTRIC COUNTER
3.1.1 - DIS. COUNTERS
3.1.2 - RESET COUNTER
3.2 - DISPLAY STATS
3.2.1 - DIS. SEL. COUNT.
3.2.1.1 - DIS. SIN. COUNT.
3.2.1.2 - DIS. TOT. COUNT.
3.2.1.3 - DIS. SEL. COUNT.
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Statistics
3.1
Electronic counter
3.1.1
Displaying the selection counters
This function is used for displaying the total number of selections
dispensed by the vending machine.
3.1.2
Resetting the counters at power-on
This function is used for resetting the general selection counter.
3.2
Displaying the statistics
3.2.1
Displaying the selection counters
3.2.1.1
Displaying the single counters
This function is used for displaying the counters regarding each
selection, divided by price band (0, 1, 2, 3, 4, Free, Test)
3.2.1.2
Displaying the total counters
This function is used for displaying the total counters regarding each
selection..
3.2.1.3
Displaying the selection counters in normal vending - maintenance
This function is used for displaying the total counters regarding the
selections made while in normal vending mode and maintenance
mode.
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3.2.2 - DIS. BAND COUNT.
3.2.3 - DIS. DISC. SEL.
3.2.4 - DIS. FAIL.COUNT.
3.2.5 - DIS. C MECH DATA
3.2.5.1 - DIS. AUDIT DATA
3.2.5.2 - DIS. CASH COUNT.
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Displaying the time band counters
When selecting the desired price band (0, 1, 2, 3, 4, Free, Test), the
total number of selections made for that price band is displayed.
3.2.3
Displaying the discount counters
This function is used for displaying the total amount of discounts
and overprice accumulated for the dispensed selections.
3.2.4
Displaying the failure counters
This function is used for displaying the number of times each possible failure occurred in the vending machine.
3.2.5
Displaying the coin mechanism data
3.2.5.1
Displaying the audit data
This function is used for displaying the number of coins inserted in
the vending machine, differentiated by the type of coin.
3.2.5.2
Displaying the cashed amount
This function is used for displaying the value of:
- Total cashed
- Total sold
- Total cashed by credit
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3.3 - DEL. STATISTICS
3.3.1 - DELETE PARTIAL
3.3.1.1 - DELETE SE. COUNT
3.3.1.2 - DEL. DISC. COUNT
3.3.1.3 - DEL. FAIL. COUNT
3.3.1.4 - DEL. C MECH DATA
3.3.2 - DELETE TOTAL
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Deleting the statistics
3.3.1
Partial delete
3.3.1.1
Deleting the selection counters
When confirming this function, the counters regarding the different
selections are deleted.
3.3.1.2
Deleting the discount counters
When confirming this function, the counters regarding discounts
and overprice are deleted.
3.3.1.3
Deleting the failure counters
When confirming this function, the counters regarding the different
failure are deleted.
3.3.1.4
Deleting the coin mechanism data
When confirming this function, the counters regarding the coin
mechanism data are deleted.
3.3.2
Total delete
When confirming this function, all statistics are deleted.
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3.4 - DIS. REL. STATS
3.4.1 - DIS. SEL. COUNT.
3.4.1.1 - DIS. SIN. COUNT.
3.4.1.2 - DIS. TOT. COUNT.
3.4.1.3 - DIS. SEL. COUNT.
3.4.2 - DIS. BAND COUNT.
3.4.3 - DIS. DISC. SEL.
3.4.4 - DIS. FAIL.COUNT.
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Displaying the relative statistics
3.4.1
Displaying the selection counters
3.4.1.1
Displaying the single counters
This function is used for displaying the counters regarding each
selection, divided by price band (0, 1, 2, 3, 4, Free, Test).
3.4.1.2
Displaying the total counters
This function is used for displaying the total counters regarding each
selection.
3.4.1.3
Displaying the selection counters in normal vending - maintenance
This function is used for displaying the total counters regarding the
selections made while in normal vending mode and maintenance
mode.
3.4.2
Displaying the time band counters
When selecting the desired price band (0, 1, 2, 3, 4, Free, Test), the
total number of selections made for that price band is displayed.
3.4.3
Displaying the discount counters
This function is used for displaying the total amount of discounts
and overprice accumulated for the dispensed selections.
3.4.4
Displaying the failure counters
This function is used for displaying the number of times each possible failure occurred in the vending machine.
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3.4.5 - DIS. C MECH DATA
3.4.5.1 - DIS. AUDIT DATA
3.4.5.2 - DIS. CASH COUNT.
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Displaying the coin mechanism data
3.4.5.1
Displaying the audit data
This function is used for displaying the number of coins inserted in
the vending machine, differentiated by the type of coin.
3.4.5.2
Displaying the cashed amount
This function is used for displaying the value of:
- Total cashed
- Total sold
- Total cashed by credit
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3.5 - DEL. REL. STATS
3.5.1 - DELETE PARTIAL
3.5.1.1 - DELETE SE. COUNT
3.5.1.2 - DEL. DISC. COUNT
3.5.1.3 - DEL. FAIL. COUNT
3.5.1.4 - DEL. C MECH DATA
3.5.2 - DELETE TOTAL
3.6 - EN. CNT AT START
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Deleting the relative statistics
3.5.1
Partial delete
3.5.1.1
Deleting the selection counters
When confirming this function, the counters regarding the different
selections are deleted.
3.5.1.2
Deleting the discount counters
When confirming this function, the counters regarding discounts
and overprice are deleted.
3.5.1.3
Deleting the failure counters
When confirming this function, the counters regarding the different
failure are deleted.
3.5.1.4
Deleting the coin mechanism data
When confirming this function, the counters regarding the coin
mechanism data are deleted.
3.5.2
Total delete
When confirming this function, all relative statistics are deleted.
3.6
Enabling the counters at power-on
By enabling this function, it is possible to display the total counters
when the machine is switched on.
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3.7 - PRINT STATISTICS
3.7.1 - PARTIAL PRINTOUT
3.7.1.1 - PRINT SEL. COUNT
3.7.1.2 - PRINT BAND COUNT
3.7.1.3 - PRINT DISC COUNT
3.7.1.4 - PRINT FAIL COUNT
3.7.1.5 - PRNT C MECH DATA
3.7.2 - TOTAL PRINTOUT
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Printing the Statistics
3.7.1
Partial printout
3.7.1.1
Printing the selection counters
When confirming this function, the counters regarding the different
selections are printed.
3.7.1.2
Printing the time band counters
When confirming this function, the counters regarding the different
time bands are printed.
3.7.1.3
Printing the discount counters
When confirming this function, the counters regarding discounts
and overprice are printed.
3.7.1.4
Printing the failure counters
When confirming this function, the counters regarding the different
failure are printed.
3.7.1.5
Printing the coin mechanism data
When confirming this function, the counters regarding the coin
mechanism data are printed.
3.7.2
Total printout
When confirming this function, all statistics are printed.
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3.8 - PRINT REL. STATS
3.8.1 - PARTIAL PRINTOUT
3.8.1.1 - PRINT SEL. COUNT
3.8.1.2 - PRINT BAND COUNT
3.8.1.3 - PRINT DISC COUNT
3.8.1.4 - PRINT FAIL COUNT
3.8.1.5 - PRNT C MECH DATA
3.8.2 - TOTAL PRINTOUT
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Printing the relative statistics
3.8.1
Partial printout
3.8.1.1
Printing the selection counters
When confirming this function, the relative counters regarding the
different selections are printed.
3.8.1.2
Printing the time band counters
When confirming this function, the relative counters regarding the
different time bands are printed.
3.8.1.3
Printing the discount counters
When confirming this function, the relative counters regarding discounts and overprice are printed.
3.8.1.4
Printing the failure counters
When confirming this function, the relative counters regarding failures are printed.
3.8.1.5
Printing the coin mechanism data
When confirming this function, the relative counters regarding the
coin mechanism data are printed.
3.8.2
Total printout
When confirming this function, all relative statistics are printed.
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4 - TEST
4.1 - TEST DISPENSING
4.1.1 - COMP. DISPENSING
4.1.2 - WATER ONLY
4.1.3 - POWDER ONLY
4.1.4 - NO ACCESSORIES
4.
Test
4.1
Test dispensing
4.1.1
Complete dispensing
With this function it is possible to obtain, with the door open
and without inserting any money, complete dispensing for each
selection.
4.1.2
Dispensing water only
With this function it is possible to dispense, with the door open
and without inserting any money, only the water doses for each
selection.
4.1.3
Dispensing powder only
With this function it is possible to dispense, with the door open
and without inserting any money, only the powder doses for each
selection.
4.1.4
without accessories
With this function it is possible to dispense, with the door open and
without inserting any money, only the water and powder doses for
each selection, without any cup and stirrer.
4.1.5 - ACCESSORIES ONLY
4.1.5
accessories only
With this function it is possible to dispense, with the door open
and without inserting any money, only the accessories for each
selection.
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4.2 - SPEC. FUNCTIONS
4.2.1 - UNIT ROTATION
4.2.2 - RELEASE DOSE
4.2.3 - EMPTY BOILER
4.2.4 - MANUAL INSTALL.
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Special functions
4.2.1
Unit rotation
This function is used for operating the espresso brewer unit (if
fitted).
4.2.2
Releasing a dose
This function is used for starting the grinder e release a coffee dose.
4.2.3
Emptying the boiler
This function is used for opening a solenoid valve to allow the intake
of air in the event of emptying the boiler for maintenance.
4.2.4
Manual installation
This function is used for manually installing the boilers and filling the
water system.
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4.3 - AUTOTEST
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Autotest
This function allows testing, in a semiautomatic way, of the main machine components. When pressing the confirm button, the message
"AUTOTEST" will be start blinking.
It is possible to cancel each operation and go to the next one by
pressing the exit button, but confirming with the confirm button to
start the autotest routine. Some checks occur automatically, others
need the manual operation of the monitored component.
In a sequence:
- Fan functioning test for 2 seconds.
- The doser units are activated for 2 seconds
- The mixers are activated for 2 seconds
- A cup is released
- A stirrer is released
- Rotation of the brewer unit
- Wash button test
- Waste container switch; the machine awaits until the waste container micro-switch is manually operated
- Switching on of the dispensing compartment lamp (if fitted)
- Push-button panel test; the machine will display the number of the
button which must be pressed and awaits the actuation before going
to the next button and to the boiler control
- Buzzer functioning test
- Coin mechanism functioning test
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5 - MISCELLANEOUS
5.1 - MACHINE INFO
5.1.1 - INSTALL. DATE
5.1.2 - PROG. MACH. CODE
5.1.3 - PROG. OPER. CODE
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Miscellaneous
5.1
Vending machine information
5.1.1
Installation date
This function is used for storing the current date of system as installation date of the vending machine. This date will be indicated on the
statistics printout.
5.1.2
Setting the machine code
This function is used for changing the 8-digit numeric code identifying the machine (set to 0 by default).
5.1.3
Setting the operator code
This function is used for changing the 6-digit numeric code identifying the group of machines (set to 0 by default).
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5.2 - INITIALIZ. DB
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Initialising the data-base
This function is used for “initialising” the machine, resetting all data
to default values. This function should be used if there is a memory
data error or when the software is replaced. Except for the general
electronic counter, all statistical data is reset.
When confirming this function some parameter settings are requested, and namely:
- COUNTRY
Intended as type of basic doses for the different selections. The
available “countries” vary according to the models.
- LAYOUT
A number of Button/Selection combinations to choose from is
provided for each dose type model (the combinations available for
each layout are indicated in the dose selection table supplied with
the machine).
- TANK
Defining whether the water supply is:
0 - from the mains
1 - from an internal tank
2 - from two internal tanks .
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5.3 - EVADTS
5.3.1 - PASS.CODE
5.3.2 - SECURITY CODE
5.3.3 - CONNECTION
5.3.4 - MODE
5.3
Evadts
The EVADTS (European Vending Association Data Transfer System)
communication protocol has 2 codes for identifying the machine
and for recognising the data transfer terminal.
5.3.1
Pass code
It is a four-digit alphanumeric code (0-9; A-F) that must be the same
as the one in the data transfer terminal to allow its identification.
When pressing the confirm button the code is displayed as “0000”
regardless of the actual value; then by pressing the confirm button
the first digit will start blinking.
Using the scrolling buttons, its value can be changed (during the
change operation the value becomes visible).
Repeat this operation for the 4 digits, after which the value is stored
and the display will indicate “0000” again.
5.3.2
Security code
It is a further alphanumeric code for reciprocal recognition between
machine and EVADTS terminal.
Programming works as in the “Pass Code”.
5.3.3
Connection
This function places the machine in wait mode for connection to
retrieve data.
5.3.4
Mode
This function is used for selecting the communication interface to be
used with the data transfer terminal.
- “IrDA” or “RS232”: for communication with data acquisition devices
- “ALWAYS EVADTS”: for communication with data acquisition and
transmission (e.g. telemetry).
5.3.5 - TYPE
5.3.5
Type
This function is used for setting the communication speed to be
used, between:
- “ENHANCED”: the communication speed is set automatically at
the speed of the slowest device
- “STANDARD 9600bps”: the communication speed is set to
9600bps.
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5.4 - UPKEY
5.4.1 - SETUP MANAGEMENT
5.4.1.1 - UPKEY -> MACHINE
5.4.1.2 - MACHINE -> UPKEY
5.4.1.3 - DELETE
5.4.1.4 - DELETE ALL
5.4.2 - AUDIT MANAGEMENT
5.4.2.1 - MACHINE -> UPKEY
5.4.2.2 - DELETE
5.4.2.3 - DELETE ALL
5.4
Up key
5.4.1
Setup control
5.4.1.1
Up-Key -> vending machine
When confirming this function after inserting the Up-Key in the
special port located on the C.P.U. board, it will be possible to select
the setup file from the list shown on the display using the scrolling
buttons, then when confirming with the confirm button the selected
setup will be loaded in the vending machine.
5.4.1.2
Vending machine -> Up-Key
When confirming this function after inserting the Up-Key in the
special port located on the C.P.U. board, it will be possible to save
the setup file to the Up-Key with the configuration present in that
moment in the vending machine, indicating the name to be assigned
to the file.
5.4.1.3
Delete
This function is used for deleting one by one the setup files present
in the inserted Up-Key.
5.4.1.4
Delete all
This function is used for deleting all the setup files present in the
inserted Up-Key.
5.4.2
Statistics management
5.4.2.1
Vending machine -> Up-Key
When confirming this function after inserting the Up-Key in the
special port located on the C.P.U. board, it will be possible to save
the statistics file to the Up-Key with all of the statistics files present
in that moment in the vending machine, indicating the name to be
assigned to the file
5.4.2.2
Delete
This function is used for deleting one by one the statistics files
present in the inserted Up-Key.
5.4.2.3
Delete all
This function is used for deleting all the statistics files present in the
inserted Up-Key.
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5.4.3 - V.M. SELECTION
5.4.3
Vending machine selection
This function is enabled only if the machine is installed in a bank
with one or more Minisnakky / Snakky / Snakky SL.
It is used for selecting the vending machine in the bank of machines
on which to operate with the Up-Key (Brio3 or Minisnakky or Snakky
o Snakky SL).
6
GSM
6 - GSM
The control software can send, via GSM modem, a signal indicating
a machine failure or an “ending product” “pre-alarm”, after dispensing a certain (programmable) number of selections of a given
product.
6.1 - GSM PIN CODE
6.2 - GSM PRE-ALARMS
6.2.1 - PRE-ALARM THRESH
6.2.2 - RESET PRE-AL CNT
6.3 - GROUP NUMBER
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GSM Pin code
This function is used for programming the identification code that
will be sent to the GSM modem (optional) when switching the machine on.
6.2
GSM pre-alarms
6.2.1
Pre-alarms thresholds
This function is used for defining the number of pieces or grams of
powder for a given product, after which a “running-out” “pre-alarm” is
signalled via modem.
6.2.2
Resetting the pre-alarm counters
With this function the counters that control the pre-alarms are reset.
6.3
Bank number
The number in the bank of machines (1 to 7) that identifies the
machines that have the “slave GSM” function, therefore sending
data via the “master” machine modem .
The number 0 identifies the machine that is connected directly to
the modem, i.e. the “master GSM”..
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List of Failures
Water failure
If the air-break micro-switch is closed for more than one minute, the water inlet solenoid valve will remain energized until the water flow is restored.
If the machine is equipped with an internal water supply tank the pump will be switched off.
Waste container full
The espresso coffee based selections are disabled when reaching the number of used coffee doses that the
solid waste tray can hold.
Air-break
The machine is locked if after 10 selections the micro-switch has never signalled the lack of water.
Impeller
The machine is locked in the event of failed computation of the volumetric counter (flow-meter) within a max.
given time.
Instant Boiler
The machine will lock if after 20 minutes of heating from the machine start, or from the last selection, the instant boiler fails to reach the operating temperature set with the function “Boiler temperature” of the Technician
Menu.
Machine control board
The machine will lock in the event of failed communication between C.P.U. board and machine control board.
Coin mechanism
The machine is locked if it receives a pulse longer than 2 seconds on a validator line or the communication
with the serial coin mechanism does not take place for more than 30 seconds (Executive) or 75 seconds
(BDV).
Machine Lock
The machine is locked if when reaching the number of selections set with the function “Counter maximum
number” of the Technician Menu.
Coffee release
If after releasing the ground coffee dose the micro-switch of the coffee doser unit indicates the presence of
coffee in the dosing chamber, all coffee-based selections are disabled.
Coffee unit
Due to mechanical blocking of the coffee unit. The machine is not locked, but the espresso coffee-based selections are disabled.
No coffee
If the coffee grinder speed exceeds the value of 1200 rpm for longer than 5 seconds the “no coffee” failure is
registered.
It is possible to enable this type of warning and disable the coffee-based selections in the function “Enable no
coffee” of the Technician Menu.
Grinder blocked
If the coffee grinder does not rotate or rotates too slowly, the espresso coffee-based selections are disabled;
however, the decaffeinated coffee-based selections remain available.
RAM data
One or more areas of the RAM contain wrong data which was corrected with the default values.
The machine will continue to function, but it would be advisable to initialise as soon as possible.
Espresso Boiler
The machine will lock if after 10 minutes of heating from the machine start, or from the last selection, the instant boiler fails to reach the operating temperature set with the function “Boiler temperature” of the Technician
Menu.
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Fresh Brew Piston
It is due to wrong positioning of the unit. The machine is not locked, but all fresh product based selections are
disabled.
Fresh Brew Scraper
Wrong positioning of the grounds ejection scraper. The machine is not locked, but all fresh product based
selections are disabled.
Espresso Lock
The machine is locked if when reaching the number of espresso coffee-based selections set separately with
the function “Counter maximum number” of the Technician Menu.
Instant Prod. Lock
The machine is locked if when reaching the number of instant product-based selections set separately with the
function “Counter maximum number” of the Technician Menu.
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Coin Mechanism Settings
OFF
In the event of configuring the machine in a bank, this setting permits the control of 2 payment systems installed in 2 vending machines, so that when one payment system fails or no longer works, automatically the
other payment system becomes functional for the bank of machines.
Validators
When the “Validator Lines” function (line programming) of the “programming” menu is displayed, the value of
the 6 Validator coin lines, A to F, can be changed.
Executive
The following payments systems are available for the Executive system:
- Standard
- Price Holding
- Coges
- U-Key
- Sida
BDV
The BDV protocol menus are used for defining the following functions:
Type of vending
Setting the operating mode for multiple or single dispensing. With multiple dispensing, the change is not
automatically returned after a successful selection; however the credit is available for further selections. When
pressing the coin return button, the available credit is returned if its value is lower than the maximum change
value.
Change control
This function enables/disables the return of credit if no selections are made.
If enabled, this function allows the return of coins even if the first selection was not dispensed.
If however a selection fails for any reason, the change will be returned if requested.
Maximum credit
This function is used to define the maximum accepted credit.
Maximum change
It is possible to set a limit to the total amount of change returned by the coin mechanism when pressing the
coin return button or after a single dispensing serving.
Any credit exceeding the amount programmed with this function will be cashed.
Accepted coins
It is possible to define which, among the coins recognised by the validator, are to be accepted.
Check the label on the coin mechanism for the correct coin to value matching, indicating the position of the
coins.
Non accepted coins
This function programs the rejection of coins when in "exact amount" mode.
Check the label on the coin mechanism for the correct coin to value matching, indicating the position of the
coins.
Dispensing buttons
This function enables or not the buttons on the coin mechanism used to release the coins in the change return
tubes.
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Coin Mechanism Settings
Value of "exact amount"
This value defines the combination of empty coin tubes, setting the coin mechanism in "exact amount" mode.
The possible combinations of empty coin tubes are indicated below.
For greater simplicity, the combination is described with reference to tubes A, B and C, where tube A receives
the lower value coins and tube C the greater value coins.
0
=
A or (B and C)
1
=
A and B and C
2
=
A and B only
3
=
A and (B or C)
4
=
A only
5
=
A or B only (default)
6
=
A or B or C
7
=
A or B only
8
=
A or C only
9
=
B and C only
10
=
B only
11
=
B or C only
12
=
C only
C.P.C. device
It dialogues with the coin mechanism if devices are installed or removed from the serial interface (C.P.C.-type
devices - the monitoring unit is always enabled by default).
Minimum level of tubes
It brings forward the "Insert exact amount" message for the user, by adding a number of coins between 0 and
15 to the programmed number of coins, to set the "full change tubes" status.
Free Vend VMC
Most payment systems with the BDV protocol control the free vend function.
However, there are some payment systems without such function.
In this case, if free selections are to be dispensed, free vending must be enabled with VMC (vending machine
control, enabled by default) and the price of the selections must be set to zero.
MDB
The MDB protocol menus are used for defining the following functions:
Type of vending
Setting the operating mode for multiple or single dispensing. With multiple dispensing, the change is not
automatically returned after a successful selection; however the credit is available for further selections. When
pressing the coin return button (if the function is enabled), the available credit is returned up to the maximum
change value.
Obligation to buy / Change control
This function enables/disables the operation of the coin return button before dispensing a product. After the
selection is made, the coin return button will resume its function.
Maximum credit
This function is used to define the maximum credit that can be accepted.
Maximum change
It is possible to set a limit to the total amount of change returned by the coin mechanism when pressing the
coin return button or after a single dispensing serving.
Any credit exceeding the amount programmed with this function will be cashed.
Accepted coins
It is possible to define which, among the coins recognised by the coin mechanism, are to be accepted when
the change tubes are full.
Check the coin mechanism configuration for the correct coin to value matching.
Returned coins
It is possible to define which, among the coins available in the tubes, are to be used for returning the change.
This parameter is active only with coin mechanisms that do not automatically control the choice of tube to be
used (Auto changer payout).
Check the coin mechanism configuration for the correct coin to value matching.
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Coin Mechanism Settings
Minimum level of tubes
This function is used for setting the number of coins (0 to 15) to determine the status of full change tubes and
the "Insert exact amount" message for the user.
Accepted bills
It is possible to define which, among the bills recognised by the reader, are to be accepted.
Check the reader configuration for the correct bill to value matching.
Accepted coins with "exact amount"
It is possible to define which, among the coins recognised by the coin mechanism, are to be accepted when
the machine is in the "exact amount" condition.
Check the coin mechanism configuration for the correct coin to value matching.
Accepted bills with "exact amount"
It is possible to define which, among the bills recognised by the accepter, are to be accepted when the machine is in the "exact amount" condition.
Check the accepter's configuration for the correct bill to value matching.
Cashless Private / Undefined Credit Control
This function is used for showing or not on the display the credit present in the cashless system, replacing it
with the string "-----". The same string is displayed also in the event where the credit of the cashless system is
not defined.
Overpay
Thus function is used for setting the management of credit excess.
Credit excess is a credit that cannot be returned to the user; for example in the event of failing to return the
change due to insufficient minimum level in the tubes.
If set as MAINTAINED any credit excess remains available to the user.
If set as CANCELLED, it permits to maintain the credit excess for a programmable time before cashing it.
Cash sale
This function is used for setting the management of messages for sales made with cash for statistical
purposes.
0
-
The data is sent as per MDB protocol
1
-
The sales data is sent by overriding to the cashless system 1
2
-
The sales data is sent by overriding to the cashless system 2
Parallel Device
This function permits the use of a coin or bill validator in place of an MDB Changer (coins) or MDB Bill
Validator (banknotes).
The replaced MDB device, after resetting the machine, will no longer be used.
Exact change equation
This value defines the combination of empty coin tubes, setting the coin mechanism in "exact amount" mode.
The possible combinations of empty coin tubes are indicated below.
For greater simplicity, the combination is described with reference to tubes A, B and C, where tube A receives
the lower value coins and tube C the greater value coins.
0
=
A or (B and C)
1
=
A and B and C
2
=
A and B only
3
=
A and (B or C)
4
=
A only
5
=
A or B only (default)
6
=
A or B or C
7
=
A or B only
8
=
A or C only
9
=
B and C only
10
=
B only
11
=
B or C only
12
=
C only
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Coin Mechanism Settings
Maximum cash credit
This function is used for setting the maximum credit that can have a key / cashless card to be acceted by the
system. If the key has a higher value, it will be rejected.
The value setting must be always greater or equal to the value set with the function "Maximum cash revalue";
in the event it were changed and become lower than such value, it will be set automatically to the same value
of the "Maximum cash revalue".
Maximum cash revalue
This function is used for settino the maximum credit that can be loaded in a cashless system.
This value cannot be greater than the value set with the function "Maximum cash credit".
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