CashCode One manual

CashCode One manual
Part 1:
Operational Manual
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Bill and Ticket Validator
Part 1: Operation Manual (Revision 8.1)
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Table of Contents:
1. INTRODUCTION:
6 1.1. Glossary:
7 1.2. Safety Instructions:
8 1.3. Product Labels:
9 1.3.1. Validating Head
9 1.3.2. Housing
9 1.3.3. Cashbox
10 1.3.4. Additional Labels:
10 1.4. Product Documentation:
11 1.5. Product Overview:
12 1.5.1. Product Extensions:
12 1.6. Specifications:
14 1.6.1. Overall Specifications
14 1.6.2. Validator Specifications
16 1.6.3. Standard Cashbox Specifications
18 1.6.4. Expanded Cashbox Specifications
18 1.7. Compliance Approvals:
19 1.8. Standard Unit Dimensions:
20 1.8.1. Basic Configuration:
20 1.8.2. Alternate Configurations:
21 1.9. Expanded Unit Dimensions:
23 1.9.1. Basic configuration:
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2. MODULAR SYSTEM
24 2.1. Validating Head:
24 2.2. Housing:
25 2.3. Bezel:
26 2.4. Cashbox:
28 2.5. Accessories, OEM Harness & Training DVD Kit:
29 2.6. Memory Card:
32 2.6.1. Memory Card Part Number Legend:
32 2.6.2. Memory Card Options:
33 2.6.3. Memory Card Programming:
34 3. START UP AND INSTALLATION:
35 3.1. Start-up:
35 3.2. Installation of Main Unit:
35 3.2.1. Standard Housing:
36 3.2.2. Expanded Housing:
36 3.3. Upgrade Kit for Expanded Capacity
37 3.4. Security Switch Kit Installation:
38 3.5. Cashbox Lock Installation:
39 3.6. Interface connection:
40 3.6.1. Type 1 Interface Connection:
40 3.6.2. Terminal/Signal description for Type 1 Interface Connection:
41 3.6.3. Type 2 Interface Connection:
43 3.7. Input / Output Circuits:
44 3.8. Switch Settings:
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4. GDS CONFIGURATION:
47 4.1. Hardware Configuration:
47 4.2. PC Application Compatibility:
47 4.3. GDS Simulator Operation Guideline:
48 4.3.1. How to connect:
48 4.3.2. How to execute common commands & events:
49 4.4. GDS Firmware Features:
50 4.4.1. How to perform GDS Firmware Download:
50 4.4.2. How to verify GDS Bill Validator CRC:
51 4.5. GDS Failure Status:
51 5. MAINTENANCE AND SERVICE:
53 5.1. eLearning:
53 5.2. Collect Bills or Barcode Tickets:
54 5.2.1. Standard Cashbox:
54 5.2.2. Expanded Cashbox:
54 5.3. Preventative Maintenance:
55 6. SOFTWARE UPDATES:
56 6.1. Memory Card Update Procedure:
56 6.2. Download Procedure Via Interface Connector:
58 6.3. Download Procedure Via Front Service USB Port:
59 7. TROUBLESHOOTING:
61 7.1. Operation Mode Diagnostics:
62 7.2. Diagnosing with a PC
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8. CONTACT INFORMATION:
64 8.1. Technical Support Department:
64 8.2. Service Centers:
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1. Introduction:
All CashCode products have two types of manuals:

Part-1: Operation Manual

Part-2: Service Manual
This document is designed to help with the integration of the cashcode one™ bill Validator, both
standard (600 / 900 / 1000) and expanded (2500) cashbox sizes. Use this manual for:
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Unit dimensions and component nomenclatures, including mounting directions.
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Bill Validator specification and configurations, including hardware accessories.

General specification for dip switch setting and software updates.
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Easy Diagnostic for any service requirements .
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Glossary:

Anti Stringing Sensor – Sensor used to detect bills being pulled back illegally by using a
string, wire or tape.

Bar Code Sensor – Sensor to scan bar coded tickets

BDP – Bi directional protocol

Bezel – Face Plate

BV – Bill Validator or Bill Acceptor

Centering Mechanism – CashCode patented bill centering mechanism which aligns bills
before entry into bill path

CST – Cassette or Cash Box

CPU – Central Processing Unit

Dielectric Sensor – CashCode Patented Sensor used to measure the paper density

DIP Switch – Dual Inline Package Switch

Expanded Cashbox – 2500 Banknote Capacity cashbox

GDS – Gaming Device Standard

GSA – Gaming Standard Association

one™/FLS – The CashCode one™ Frontload-Standard Bill Validator

Memory Card – Portable programmable memory which can used to program BV without
any tools

Magnetic Sensor – Sensor used to read magnetic properties / ink on the bill

Stacker Mechanism – A scissor type attachment used to stack the bill into cashbox

TITO – Ticket In Ticket Out Standard

U/V – Ultra Violet Sensor
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Safety Instructions:
Please follow the below guidelines:

Please make sure the top lid is closed and the 24 pin connector is connected to the
one™ Validator before power on.

Please follow the specifications for operating temperature, humidity and storage
conditions

Do not lift or transport the unit by the cashbox handle.

Be sure to remove power before removing the validating head.

Please follow proper cleaning and maintenance procedures, ensuring the performance of
the unit.

Use care when carrying a fully loaded expanded cashbox, they may weigh up to 7 kg/15
lbs.
All information about this product is available online, 24 hours a day. Visit our website at
http://support.cashcode.com/
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1.3.
Product Labels:
1.3.1. Validating Head
FLSV-XXXX
Validating Head
Label
one™ Bill
Validator Label
FLS/FLX Software
Version Label
Boot Version Label
FLS-6XXX
1.3.2. Housing
Main Product Label
FLS-XXXX
Main Product Label
FLSH-000X
Housing Label
FLSH-000X
Housing Label
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1.3.3. Cashbox
FLSC-0XXX
Cashbox P/N Label
FLSC-2500
Cashbox P/N Label
1.3.4. Additional Labels:

Packaging Label (Box Exterior)

Memory Card Label (See Section 2.6)

Bezel Label (See Section 2.3)
All Product Labels contain a generic part number and unique serial number.
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Product Documentation:
Document Type
Document Part Numbers
Descriptions
User’s Guide:
UG-FLS-XXXX_Rev XX
Hardware Configuration.
Software Release
Specification:
Software Users Guide:
 Standard:
SRS FLS-_____-______ Rev XX
 Expanded
Cashbox:
SRS FLX-_____-______ Rev XX
Dip Switch Settings, Bill Table
Reference, Diagnostics, CRC
Bill Set
Descriptions:
BSD-XXXX-X
Picture of Accepted Bills and
Denominations for specific
software.
Cashbox Users
Guide:
FLSC-XXXX
Description and detail of Cash Box
and its options.
Bezel Users Guide:
UG-FLSB-XXXX_X
Details of Bezel, opening and
mounting arrangement.
Operational
Manual:
One_Part1_x
Basic Operation Manual for
CashCode One Bill Validator
Service Manual:
One_Part2_x
Extended Manual with details on
disassembling and servicing
validator.
OneTrack™
Operation Manual:
Onetrack_Part1_x
Basic Operation Manual and setup
detail for OneTrack™ (RFID tag
based soft counting) system.
OneCheck™
Operation Manual
Onecheck_Part1_x
Basic Operation Manual and setup
detail for OneCheck (TITO Printer
based soft counting) system.
CFS Downloader
Manual
Downloader_CFS_Manual_x
Explains how to verify CRC and
Update firmware through USB
eLearning
http://elearning.cashcode.com
Interactive training for Operation
and Service of your one™ Bill
Validator, as well as OneCheck™
and OneTrack™ systems
3D Outline Model:
Step or IGS format available
upon request
Contact your sales representative.
You can also visit our website for available documents.
http://support.cashcode.com/en/documentation/index.php
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Product Overview:
The one™ Bill Validator was developed to validate bills having a width up to 85 mm. Compared to
the previous Front Load bill Validator models, the one™ has the following distinctive features:

Utilizes a light-weight plastic shockproof cashbox and a plastic validating head.

Universal platform allowing use of the device in both 12VDC and 24VDC applications
utilizing different interfaces.

The block of sensors contains ultra-violet sensor for improved counterfeit detection.

Two barcode sensors allow 4-way acceptance of barcode tickets.
The one™ BV consists of five main modules. Each module is available in different variations to
suit your needs. The picture above illustrates the different modules:

The one™ BV is designed to accommodate bills of different sizes from 62 to 85 mm wide,
and from 125 to 172 mm long – which represents most of the world currencies.

Certain currencies have different widths depending on denomination. For accurate
validation of such currencies, the one™ Validating Head has a centering mechanism,
which aligns the bills for processing of different widths.

The lockable-removable Cashbox is used for temporary storage of validated bills. It can
be locked with two standard ¾” tubular locks.

Bill Capacity (600, 900, 1000 or 2,500 banknotes) refers to the number of new bills that
the Cashbox can store. Actual Cashbox capacity can decrease in real applications due to
variations in thickness of street-grade bills.

The one™ Housing joins all the other modules. It is meant to be permanently secured
inside a Gaming, Vending or other type of host machine.

CashCode one™ is also available with GDS configuration, refer to related section.

Several Bezel styles are available for the one™ BV.

Software updates can be easily done with a Memory Card.
1.5.1. Product Extensions:
The one™ product offers two optional systems that expand on the standard features to allow
intelligent tracking and auditing of cashbox assets.

The OneCheck™ system uses TITO coupons to track and store data. It is compatible
with either Standard or Expanded cashbox sizes.

The OneTrack™ system uses secure RFID electronic tracking in cashboxes. It is
compatible only with Standard (600 or 1000) cashbox sizes.
Please contact your sales representative for information on either system or sample requests.
Documentation on the OneCheck™ and OneTrack™ system is available on http://support.cashcode.com
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One™ Validating
Head
Bezel
Bezel
Standard
Housing
Expanded
Housing
600/900/1000
Bill Cashbox
2500 Bill Cashbox
Memory Card
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1.6.
Specifications:
1.6.1. Overall Specifications
Bezels and indication:
No bezel installed. Green/Red Status Light.
 Standard:
CashCode Style (Plastic or Metal), GPT Style,
Cole Style, Konami Style, BAT Style
 Optional Bezel:
Acceptance:
 Bills:
Lengthwise 4 ways
 Accepted Denominations:
Refer to Software Description Guide
 Validating Rate:
96% or higher (on first insertion)
 Supported Bill Width (mm):
62 - 85
 Length of Bill supported(mm):
125 - 172
 Bill Escrow:
One Bill or One Barcode Ticket
Bar Code Tickets:
 Bar Code Specification:
Lengthwise 4 ways or 2 ways (refer to settings).
 Encoding standard:
ANSI/AIM BC2-1995, Uniform Symbology
Specification – Interleaved 2 of 5
 Narrow bar width, in mm:
0.5 to 0.6
 Wide/Narrow bar ratio:
3:1
 Number of characters:
6 to 18
 PCS (Print Contrast Signal) value:
0.6 min
Bill processing cycle time:
 Standard Cashbox (600/900/1000
capacity):
3.2 seconds.
3.7 seconds.
 Expanded Cashbox (2500 capacity):
Environmental Specifications:
 Allowed applications:
Indoor only, outdoor for coated boards.
 Operating temperature:
0 C ~ +50 C
 Storage temperature:
-20C ~ +60C
 Relative Operating Humidity:
30% - 90% (non-condensing)
 Relative Storage Humidity:
30% ~ 80% (non-condensing)
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Installation:
Any in forward-back plane, vertical in left-right
plane.
Access to cashbox:
From front side of the Validator.
Outer Dimensions: (H x W x D)
 Standard Capacity (600/ 900 /1000):
300 mm x 115 mm x 235 mm
(11.81 inch x 4.88 inch x 9.25 inch)
 Expanded Capacity (2500):
600 mm x 124 mm x 235 mm
(23.62 inch x 4.52 inch x 9.25 inch)
Unit Housing Weight:
 Standard Housing:
1.16 kg (2.56 lb)
 Expanded Housing:
1.58 kg (3.48 lb)
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1.6.2. Validator Specifications
Validation Sensors:
 4-Color Reflective Optical Sensors:
3 Sets
 1-Color Translucent Optical Sensors:
1 Set
 Dielectric Sensors:
1 (Differential)
 Inductive Sensors:
3
 Anti Stringing Sensors:
1 Set
 Barcode Sensors:
2 (Upper cover and Lower Body)
 U/V Sensors:
1
Interface connector:
24-pin CC proprietary power and signal
connector.
 Standard:
USB on the back (excludes back mounting
option); includes an extra board with USB data
connector and a dedicated power connector
(Molex 39-30-3045 or 39-30-3047).
 Optional:
Supported Protocols and Interfaces:
RS232
Secondary RS232 channel
Opto-isolated serial (ID003)
MDB
 Universal Platform:
Cctalk
CCS/VFM
 Optional:
USB (additional board required), Netplex / SPC,
GDS
Service indication:
Flashing of LED or the bezel lights.
Service port:
Front-service USB, Type B connector.
Firmware Files
CFS, BIN
Memory programming:
CashCode Memory card
Interface controlled with NDEG card installed or
using USB service port
Supported memory stick types:
CCFS format (Stay-in, One Time
Programmable, or Multi-update)
NDEG
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Mode selection:
12-position DIP switch
Power supply voltage:
12 VDC ±5% or 24 VDC ±5%
Current consumption:
12 V
Standby:
Operating Mode:
Peak:
500 mA
2A
3A
24 V
Standby:
Operating Mode:
Peak:
300 mA
1A
1.5 A
Validating Head Outer Dimensions:
(H x W x D)
96 mm x 115 mm x 234 mm
(3.78 inch x 4.52 inch x 9.22 inch )
Validating Head Weight:
1.22 kg (2.69 lb)
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1.6.3. Standard Cashbox Specifications
Cashbox locks:
 Standard:
No locks installed, only cams supplied. Shipped
with shipping lock and cap.
 Optional:
Special Cam for Australian OEM.
Cashbox Free Fall Test:
Functional Height: 1 meter.
(Standard: IEC 68-2-32: 1975)
Number of falls: 14 (6 sides, 6 edges, 2 corners)
Maximum stacking capacity: (new bills)
Up to 600 or 1000 banknotes
Outer Dimensions: (H x W x D)
188 mm x 100 mm x 170.4 mm
(7.40 inch x 3.94 inch x 6.71 inch)

600 Banknote Cashbox:

900 Banknote Cashbox:
188 mm x 100 mm x 207.4 mm
(7.40 inch x 3.94 inch x 8.17 inch)
188 mm x 100 mm x 230.4 mm
(7.40 inch x 3.94 inch x 9.07 inch)
 1000 Banknote Cashbox:
Unit Weight:
 600 Banknote Cashbox (Empty):
1.1 Kg (2.42 lb)
 900 Banknote Cashbox (Empty):
1.375 Kg (3.0314 lb)
 1000 Banknote Cashbox (Empty):
1.4 Kg (3.08 lb)
1.6.4. Expanded Cashbox Specifications
Cashbox locks:
 Standard:
No locks installed, only cams supplied. Shipped
with shipping lock and cap.
 Optional:
Special Cam for Australian OEM.
Cashbox Free Fall Test:
Functional Height: 0.5 meters.
(Standard: IEC 68-2-32: 1975)
Number of falls: 14 (6 sides, 6 edges, 2 corners)
Maximum stacking capacity: (new bills)
Up to 2500 banknotes.
Outer Dimensions: (H x W x D)
 2500 Banknote Cashbox:
503 mm x 104 mm x 234 mm
(19.8 inch x 4.09 inch x 9.21 inch )
Unit Weight:
 2500 Banknote Cashbox (Empty):
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Compliance Approvals:

FCC class B

CE Compliance

U/L 756

RoHS Compliant
CE Declaration is available upon request. Contact your sales representative for details.
U/L listing can be found on http://www.ul.com/
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Standard Unit Dimensions:
1.8.1. Basic Configuration:
one™ BV without Bezel, Foldable Handle Cashbox (600 Bills), Short Slide, No Switches:
Side
Mounting
Points
Rear
Mounting
Points
All dimensions are in mm (inches in brackets) and are for reference only.
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1.8.2. Alternate Configurations:

one™ BV with 600 Flex Handle Cashbox:

one™ BV with 900 Flex Handle Cashbox:

one™ BV with 1000 Foldable Handle
Cashbox:

one™ BV with 1000 Flex Handle
Cashbox:
All dimensions are in mm (inches in brackets) and are for reference only.
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
one™ BV with Long Slide:

one™ BV with Security Switches:
All dimensions are in mm (inches in brackets) and are for reference only.
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Expanded Unit Dimensions:
1.9.1. Basic configuration:
one™ BV without Bezel, Foldable Handle Cash Box (2500 Bills):
Side
Mounting
Points
Rear
Mounting
Points
All dimensions are in mm (inches in brackets) and are for reference only.
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2. Modular System
A Modular System is an interchangeable group of parts – easily configured to a user’s
specifications. Below is a table outlining configuration options:
Base System
Standard Capacity
Validating Head
Expanded Capacity
Universal one™ Bill Validator
Cashbox
600, 900 or 1000 Banknote Cashbox
2500 Banknote Cashbox
Housing
Standard Housing
Expanded Housing
Slide
Short or Long Slide
Slide not required
Bezel
Any, see section 2.3 for options
Optional Components
Product Extensions
USB Interface, up to 2 Security Switches
OneCheck™ or OneTrack™
OneCheck™
Contact your sales representative for sample request. Please note, GDS is not available with
OneTrack™ feature.
2.1.
Validating Head:
The Validating Head with 24 pin output connector is universal and can be used in any indoor
application. Validating Heads designed for outdoor use are available; please contact your sales
representative.
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Housing:
The Housing is made of a rigid metal structure, which allows you to mount the validator using the
left, right or back side.
Standard Housing
Expanded Housing
IGT or GDS USB Housing
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Bezel:
The Bezels are U/L and CE compliant and 85 mm wide opening. Multiple bezel designs make the
CashCode one™ Bill Validator compatible with a wide variety of door styles.
Part Number
Picture
Description
FLSB-5101
GPT Compatible Bezel with runway lights (Blue/Red)
Cole Compatible Bezel with Runway Lights
FLSB-530XY
X-Variant:
1 – Full rectangle
3 – Flange cut top
5 – Raised bottom surface
7 – Flange cut top and raised bottom surface
Flange Cut Top
Y-Variant:
Raised Bottom
Surface
_ - Green/Red Lights
R – Red/Green Lights
B – Blue/Red Lights
FLSB-5401
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CashCode Coin proof Plastic Bezel with optic
channel for status light (Green/Red)
FLSB-5501
Suitable for outdoor applications.
Konami Compatible Bezel with open from top and
runway light (Green/Red)
X-Variant:
FLSB-570X
1 – Standard
2 – AGT/Star games customized
FLSB-5901
BAT (Aristocrat compatible) Bezel with oval shaped
indicator light (Blue/Red)
FLSB-5902
Verve Bezel (Aristocrat compatible) Bezel with oval
shaped indicator light (Blue / Red)
CashCode Coin proof Metal Bezel with optic channel
for status light (Green/Red)
FLSB-7103
This bezel requires additional grounding
hardware on the unit housing. Please see the Bezel
User Guide for mounting instructions.
(Special Order)
If you have custom bezel requirements, please contact your CashCode Sales Representative.
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Cashbox:
The Cashbox stores, stacks and holds validated bills in a secure cassette. The cashbox has a
stacking mechanism and is typically equipped with a latch. Users are encouraged to replace the
latch with a regular metal one. Users have a choice between one or two locks for added security.
A locking mechanism allows for the installation of security locks (one or two 3/4” tubular locks
measuring 11/16” ± 1/16” or 1 1/8” ±1/16”). All security locks are supplied by user.
Although Cashboxes are available in 600, 1000, or 2500 bill storage capacity, street grade bills
require more space and as a result full capacity may be reduced. The Cashbox can store bills
from 60 to 85 mm wide and from 120 to 172 mm long.
FLSC-0001*
600 Capacity, Foldable
Handle
FLSC-0002
600 Capacity, Flexible
Handle
FLSC-0101*
1000 Capacity Foldable
Handle
FLSC-0202
900 Capacity, Flexible
Handle
FLSC-2500**
2500 Capacity, Foldable
Handle
FLSC-0102
1000 Capacity, Flexible
Handle
*Special Order
**Requires Expanded Housing
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Accessories, OEM Harness & Training DVD Kit:
If no special requirements have been indicated, then one™ will automatically be supplied with a
24-pin connector.
Accessories
P/N
Description
Remarks
OPT-PS5-FLSDB9
Standard Power Supply.
To be ordered separately.
OPT-PS5-FLSDB9-01
OneCheck™-Enabled power supply.
To be ordered with OneCheck™ system.
OPT-MKFLSSWH
Housing Kit with 1 Switch Option
(Factory installed).
To be ordered separately. If you need two
switches, order qty – 2.
OPT-MKFLSUSB
Extra Kit for USB enabled device
(Factory installed)
To be ordered separately.
OPT-MKFLSTRACK
Upgrade/Replacement Kit for
OneTrack™ expanded RFID
functionality
To be ordered with OneTrack™ system.
OPT-MKFLS-SSTRACK
Upgrade/Replacement Kit for
OneTrack™ expanded RFID
functionality
To be ordered with OneTrack™ system.
For use in upgrading units with old Short
Slide installed.
5110086
Standard Lock Hasp
Standard, supplied with every cashbox.
5110086-2
Special Lock Cam
To be ordered separately.
N/A
Custom Harness (for each cabinet or
application)
Please contact your sales representative
regarding appropriate harness option.
P1848-FSM34
Blank Memory Card (Dallas Chip)
See section 2.6 for description. To be
ordered separately.
P1848-FSM42
Blank Memory Card (CPU)
See section 2.6 for description. To be
ordered separately.
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List of custom OEM harness
P/N
Description
FL85.00.011
Harness FLS-Spielo Onecheck
FL85.00.012
Harness FLS Cole Onecheck
FL85.00.013-01
Harness Assembly Aristocrat US MK-VI - Onecheck
FL85.00.014
Harness FLS - OneCheck
FL85.00.016-02
Harness Assembly Atronic Onecheck
FL85.00.017-01
Harness Assembly K2 V Onecheck
FL85.00.019-01
Harness Assembly Star Games Onecheck
FL85.00.021-01
Harness Assembly Aristocrat Viridian Onecheck
FL85.00.022
Harness FLS Aristocrat MKVI Excite
FL85.00.023-01
Harness Assembly West Money Onecheck
FL85.00.026-01
Harness Assembly VGT O/Check
FL85.00.028-01
Harness Assembly Aruze Onecheck
FL85.00.031-01
Harness Assembly Konami Podium O/Check
FL85.00.033-01
Harness FLS Konami Adv 5 (O/Check)
FL85.00.036-01
Harness Assembly Ainsworth A560 O/Check
FL85.00.037-01
Harness Assembly Ainsworth Ambassador O/Check
FL85.00.039
Harness Assembly - IGT
FL85.00.040
FLS Harness Assembly (USB Ext)
FL85.00.050-01
Harness Assembly WMS OneCheck
FL85.00.055
GDS Harness Assembly
FL85.00.055-01
GDS FLS Harness - OneCheck
FL85.00.056
Onecheck Future Logic Gen-2 printer Harness
FL85.00.057-01
Bally S6000 cabinet - OneCheck
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Training DVD & Product Demo Kit:
Training Kit P/N
Description
Remarks
OPT-FLS-CHECK-DEMO
Onecheck demo kit with FL Gen2
Universal Printer in a carry case
Please specify firmware
OPT-FLS-TRACK- DEMO
Onetrack demo kit with docking
station in a carry case
Please specify firmware. Also no thermal
printer included.
OPT-FLS-CHECK-SCAN
Onecheck bar code scanner with
stand
Pls install applicable driver
OPT-MKFLS-24
24 Pin Connector, Pins, Mounting
Screws.
Standard, supplied with every bill
Validator.
OPT-FLS-IT-DVD1
FLS Training Guide DVD
Elearning for public
OPT-FLS-IT-DVD2
FLS Training Guide DVD
Elearning for Casino operator and OEM
OPT-FLS-IT-DVD3
FLS Training Guide DVD
Elearning suite for Service Centers and
advanced users
OPT-FLS-IT-DVD4
FLS Video only DVD (iPod)
VIDEO ONLY FOR IPHONE -FLS
Introduction, Level 1, 2, 3 Maintenance,
Paycheck, Video-Only (indexed)
OPT-FLS-IT-DVD5
FLS Video only DVD
VIDEO ONLY -FLS Introduction, Level 1,
2, 3 Maintenance, Onecheck
OPT-FLS-IT-DVD6
FLS Video only DVD
VIDEO ONLY FOR BLACKBERRY FLS
Introduction, Level 1, 2, 3 Maintenance,
Paycheck, Video-Only
OPT-FLS-IT-GDS
DVD with GDS Simulator
DVD with GDS Simulator for FLS
OPT-FLS-IT-MAN-DVD
FLS Documentations DVD
FLC documentation including operational
manual, spare part list, flip book, flyer,
onecheck manual
OPT-FLS-IT-PC3
One PC Applications - Service
DVD for Customer (ONE navigator,
Intdesk, ccnet stat, drivers and card
maker)
OPT-FLS-IT-PC4
OneCheck Software DVD
Customer
OneCheck DVD with BarCode Scanner
Software, IIS Files, Manual and Drivers
for Customer
OPT-FLS-IT-PC5
OneCheck Software DVD Prod.
OneCheck DVD w BarCode Scanner
Software, IIS Files, Manual and Drivers
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2.6.
Memory Card:
Each CashCode one™ Bill Validator is supplied with pre-installed software or a Stay-In Memory
Card (for gaming applications), according to users order. A Stay-In Memory Card may be a single
download, a one time programmable, or an NDEG card.
Software updates are recommended whenever:

New currency is issued, or

A new series of counterfeit bills are discovered.
2.6.1. Memory Card Part Number Legend:
F_M-34US20-361011
Type 31 Memory Card:
FSM – Standard one™ BV Memory Card
FXM – Expanded Capacity BV Memory Card
34 – Type of memory card (see table)
US – Country code (ISO 3166-3)
20 – Protocol/OEM Customization
Dallas Chip, 128 K Memory
Type 34 Memory Card:
Dallas Chip, 512 K Memory
Software version:
36 – Control Firmware
10 – Validation Firmware
11 – C/C Code Configuration
Type 42 Memory Card
CPU Chip, 512 K Memory
Memory
Card Type
Mfg.
Download
Single
Download*
One Time
Programmable*
Kobetron
Signature
Verification
MultiDownload
NDEG
Service
USB
Enabler
31
X
X
X
X
X
√
X
34
√
√
√
√
X
√
√
42
√
√
√
X
√
√
√
* OTP and Single Download Card do not allow Service USB firmware download function. For this purpose
you must first insert USB enabled Memory card, followed by specific country firmware. All firmware
version FLS-xx44-xxxxxx onward supports front USB flash update.
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2.6.2. Memory Card Options:
Single Download (Stay-In) Memory Card:
Example Part Number: FSM-34US20-080500
New software can be ordered on single-download Memory Cards. The software from the new
Memory Card is downloaded as soon as it is inserted into the slot, and the Validating Head is
powered on. The Memory Card must be present at all times for the Bill Validator to operate.
The Stay-In/Single Download update scheme is the recommended option for gaming
applications.
One Time Programmable (Stay-In) Memory Card:
Example Part Number: FSM-34US20-080500-OP
The One Time Programmable (OTP) Card is a Single-Update/Stay-In type memory card that has
been locked as read-only.
When a one™ Bill Validator is updated using an OTP card, it is locked to only accept
software updates through OTP cards in the future. This is applicable to NJ Jurisdiction only.
NDEG (Stay-In) Memory Card:
Example Part Number: FSM-34C02
A special Memory Card can be ordered, which allows the download of new software through the
interface connector. After the download, the Memory Card must be present in the Validating Head
at all times. If the host controller supports the CCNET interface, then the download can be done
via the host controller (and local network). Other interfaces do not support this download feature.
Downloads in this case can be completed with any personal computer (PC or laptop) and a
CashCode adapter. (The Validator must be temporarily disconnected from the host controller).
Multiple Download Card:
Example Part Number: FSM-34US20-080500-XX
New software can be ordered with a multi-download Memory Card. The multi-download Memory
Card can be used for updating multiple one™ Bill Validator, depending on the number of licenses
ordered. Subsequently, the card does not have to remain inside the unit during operation.
Typically a multi-download Memory Card is issued for a limited number of downloads (maximum
99), and therefore the number of licenses required must be defined in the user’s order.
USB Enabler Memory Card:
Example Part Number: FSM-34US20-080500-UB
A USB Enabler memory enables future software updates through the front service USB port of
the one™ Validator. This option can be attached to any of the above memory card options.
Unless otherwise specified, all one™ Bill Validators manufactured after April 2010 are USB
enabled by default.
Procedures for software updates can be found in section 5.
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2.6.3. Memory Card Programming:
There are several tools available to program memory cards with the appropriate software.
Software upgrades are ordered through the CashCode customer service department.
P1848 Single-Card Programmer
P3418 Multi-Card Programmer (Mobile)
For information, operational instructions and availability
please contact your Crane Payment Solutions sales representative.
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3. Start Up and Installation:
3.1.
Start-up:
To avoid damage of any kind during start-up process, please carefully check all points specified
below:

Make sure to use proper cable harness based on interface and cabinet.

Power supply must conform to the specification on the label.

Proceed as follows to install the one™ Bill Validator in the main cabinet.
3.2.
Installation of Main Unit:
The one™ Bill Validator is installed by using (3) M4 screws on each side of the Front Load frame.
The length of these screws should not be longer than required. Otherwise they may protrude
through the inside of the frame.
If the position of the mounting screws is different than the position of the mounting holes provided
in the target equipment, then additional frame mounting components may be required. The BV
can also be secured through the holes in the rear wall of the Housing. In this case, M3 screws
and locator pins can be used.
For dimensions of the mounting holes, please refer to the dimensional drawings (Section 1.6).
Please note that although the mounting on both configurations is identical and may be swapped
out, the expanded housing is approximately 11 mm wider than the Standard Housing and may
require more space if mounted from the back. To order separate component for your installation,
see below the list:
P/N
Description
OPT-MKFLS-HS
2 spare screws and 2 space lock washers to mount the interface harness 8202A13
Nut to secure the chassis ground wire
8203067
Washer to secure the chassis ground wire
For bezel installation, following spare parts may be required:
P/N
Description
8201000
2 spare screws to mount the bezel (Screw, M3x6, PH, ZI)
8203927
2 spare washers to secure the bezel (Flat washer, M3, ZI)
Please see the appropriate User Guide for your Bezel to ensure proper grounding.
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3.2.1. Standard Housing:
Two Holes O 3.5
Two Holes O 4.0
Four screws M4
Two Holes O 4.0
Two locator pins
Four screws M4
See Section 1.8.1 for mounting dimensions.
3.2.2. Expanded Housing:
Three screws M4
76
101.6
Four holes
4.2x4.6
Four screws M4
See Section 1.8.2 for mounting dimensions.
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3.3.
Upgrade Kit for Expanded Capacity
To upgrade from standard to expanded cashbox sizes, you must use the appropriate upgrade kit
(OPT-MK2500-KIT_). This kit will replace your existing housing, cashbox, and validator software
to operate with the larger (2500 note) cashbox size. To perform the conversion:
1. Remove the Validating Head (and cashbox) from the standard housing.
2. Unmount the standard housing from the host machine, if required.
3. Mount the expanded housing in the host machine (see section 3.2).
4. Update the one™ BV software to operate with the expanded cashbox size using either a memory
card or direct update procedure, as specified by the upgrade kit (see section 6).
5. Insert the expanded Cashbox into the expanded Housing.
Please note that although the mounting on both configurations is identical and may
be swapped out, the expanded housing is approximately 11 mm wider than the Standard
Housing and may require more space if the unit is rear-mounted.
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3.4.
Security Switch Kit Installation:
The optional security switch kit (Part Number: OPT-MKFLS-SWH) allows the host machine to
detect whether a cashbox is present in the validator Housing. Security switches can be installed
on one or both sides of the housing, and need to be ordered together with your one™ bill
validator for factory installation. Skip to step 3 unless you are installing the switch inside the
housing yourself:
1. Attach the provided cable to the security switch as
shown in the diagram.
2. Use a #2x1/2” wood screw to secure the switch to the
bill validator Housing.
3. Install the housing inside the host machine as shown in
section 3.2.
4. Feed the cable up through the housing and connect the
applicable wires in the appropriate port of your host
machine:
Brown Wire – NC (Normally Closed) Switch: This
contact is opened when a cashbox is inside the housing.
Red Wire – NO (Normally Open) Switch: This contact is
closed when a cashbox is inside the housing.
Orange Wire – Common Ground.
NO
NC
Ground
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3.5.
Cashbox Lock Installation:
In order to install the security locks into the Cashbox, open the Cashbox cover, remove the plastic
lock and plug, and follow the diagram shown below:
The cashbox design supports 1 to 2
locks, either 5/8” or 1 1/8” in length.
Suitable manufacturers include
MEDECO, KABA, ABLOY, VSR, and
Bilock.
Hex Nut
Washer
Hasp
(5110086)
Nut
Cassette
Washer
Lock
Cover
9 max
Two standard locking hasps are
shipped with every cashbox:
P/N - 5110086 Standard
Square head locks are special order
and must be specified when ordering:
Ø19.05 [3/4"]
15.88 [5/8"]
The locks must rotate in opposite
directions (one lock 90 degrees
clockwise and second should be 90
degrees counterclockwise - see figure
on the left).
A
P/N - 5110086-02 Square head
Ø22.2max
Ø7.14 [9/32"]
3.03 max
5.56 [7/32"]
5
A= 8" or A=118"
Due to variations in regulatory
requirements, Crane Payment
Solutions does not provide locks, but
we provide cam and applicable
washers.
Detailed Dimension of Slot for Lock
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3.6.
Interface connection:
The one™ Bill Validator has the flexibility of five different protocol/interface options:

Type 1: RS232 levels (CCNET), Opto-Isolated (BDP), V2.2, Isolated Pulse Low Current
or RS485, 24 pin validating head.

Type 2: USB, 24 pin validating head.
3.6.1. Type 1 Interface Connection:
For the type 1 connection, the Host Controller may reset Bill Validator by holding line M-RES
“active” for 1 ms. this informs the Bill Validator to abort any activity and return to its power-on
reset state.
Rear Connector Pin
Assignment:
1
6
7
13
12
18
19
24
Plug Housing P/N: #5105068
(View from the back of Bill Validator)
Mating Socket P/N: #0100455 (CashCode 24 Pin Connector),
Contact Crimp Terminal: DR-SC24-1-7000 (JAE)
For detailed interface descriptions, please refer to the corresponding Interface (Protocol)
Description Manual. The manuals may be downloaded from the CashCode website at
http://support.cashcode.com/en/documentation/index.php
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3.6.2. Terminal/Signal description for Type 1 Interface Connection:
TERMINAL
SIGNAL
FUNCTION
ACTIVITY
1*
GROUND
GROUND BUS
-
2
RxD-EXT
RECEIVE DATA
HIGH/LOW
3
TxD-EXT
TRANSMIT DATA
HIGH/LOW
4
VCC
POWER
-
5
GND
GROUND
-
6
RXD-EXT1
RECEIVE DATA
HIGH/LOW -
7**
GND-EXT/EXT1
INTERFACE GROUND
-
8
TXD-EXT1
TRANSMIT DATA
HIGH/LOW -
9
RS485-A
RS485 BUS
-
10
RS485-B
RS485 BUS
-
11
INP-RXD
INPUT SIGNAL/ RECEIVE DATA
-
12
INP-TTL1
INPUT SIGNAL
-
13**
POWER-
POWER 0V
-
14
INP-TTL2
INPUT SIGNAL
-
15
OC-TXD
OUTPUT SIGNAL (OPEN-COLLECTOR )/
TRANSMIT DATA
-
16
OC-OUT1
OUTPUT SIGNAL (OPEN-COLLECTOR )
-
17
C-LED-BDP /
OC-OUT2
LED CATHODE/ OUTPUT SIGNAL (OPENCOLLECTOR )
-
18
A-LED-BDP
LED ANODE
-
19
POWER+
POWER 12V/24V
-
20
TXD-BDP
TRANSMIT DATA
HIGH/LOW
21
RXD-BDP
RECEIVE DATA
HIGH/LOW
22
RST-BDP
MASTER RESET
LOW
23
GND-BDP
INTERFACE GND
-
24
+12V BDP
INTERFACE POWER
-
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The channel identified by EXT (pins 2, 3 and 7) is assigned for RS232 level interface (CCNET). A
second RS232 level channel identified by EXT1 (pins 6 and 8) is currently reserved. The channel
identified by BDP (pins 20 to 24) is assigned for Opto-Isolated interface (BDP).
Recommendations:
Chassis Grounding
Functional Grounding
*Please connect Terminal 1 (Functional Grounding) to validator housing in order to eliminate
external interference (i.e.: inside rear of housing):
**Do not connect Terminal 7 and 13 on the same connector.
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3.6.3. Type 2 Interface Connection:
Rear USB Pin Assignment:
USB “B” Plug
TERMINAL
SIGNAL
FUNCTION
ACTIVITY
1
+5 V
POWER
-
2
D-
USB BUS, DATA-
-
3
D+
USB BUS, DATA+
-
4
GND
POWER
-
Power Pin Assignment:
Socket 39-01-4040 (MOLEX)
TERMINAL
SIGNAL
FUNCTION
ACTIVITY
1
+12V DC
POWER
-
2
GND
POWER
-
3
GND
POWER
-
4
+24V DC
POWER
-
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Input / Output Circuits:

RS 232

RS 485

CCTALK

OPTO ISOLATED ID003

CCS / VFM:
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3.8.
Switch Settings:
The switches are located on the side of the Validating head near the bottom.
The first series of four (4) DIP switches is defined below. Only the switch 2.4 should be used
during operation and diagnostic of the one™ Bill Validator, to switch between:

Host Mode: This is the normal operational mode for the validator

Service Mode: This mode is only for testing the Validator and does not require the
connection to a host machine.
ON State of switch
1
2
3
4
OFF State of switch
Parameter
Switch
On
Off
Orientation of the ticket
SW2.1
Bar Code - Four-Way
Bar Code – Face Up
Stacker orientation
SW2.2
Down
Up
Product Extension setting
SW2.3
OneCheck™
OneTrack™
Mode
SW2.4
Service Mode
Host Mode
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Switch 2.3 configures which one™ product extension is expected by the validator. If no machine
or location number is assigned to the validator, it will operate in OneCheck™ mode by default.
For details on the OneCheck™ or OneTrack™ system, please see the appropriate operation
manual at http://support.cashcode.com/en/documentation/index.php.
The second series of eight (8) DIP switches control accepted denominations and acceptance
settings.
ON State of switch
1 2 3
4 5 6 7 8
OFF State of switch
Parameter
Switch
On
Off
Denomination #1-7
SW1.1-7
Enabled
Disabled
Acceptance Mode
SW1.8
Accept All
Reject Unfit Bills
For Switch 1.8, both settings use the same security algorithms. On setting attempts to accept all
legitimate bills even if there is some damage to them. Off setting rejects legitimate but damaged
bills. Examples are bills that have been glued or have large holes or pieces missing.
DIP switch setting may vary based on software requirement for specific country or customer. For
a complete explanation of switch settings, please refer to “software version description” for your particular
Bill Validator. You can find at http://support.cashcode.com/en/documentation/index.php
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4. GDS Configuration:
4.1.
Hardware Configuration:
Our GDS products are USB 2.0 compliant and support Full Speed (12 Mbits/sec).
Complete Unit Part Number:
P/N
Description
Main Unit
FLS-5021
Housing Assembly, Validating Head, 600 Flex handle cash box, GDS
OneCheck compatible cable, USB cable
Main Unit
FLS-5022
Housing Assembly, Validating Head, 1000 Flex handle cash box, GDS
OneCheck compatible cable, USB cable
Accessories Part Number:
P/N
Description
FL85.00.029
GDS Power Cable
OPT-PS5-FLS-USB
USB Power Supply
FL85.00.055
GDS Communication cable
FL85.00.055-01
GDS Communication cable with Onecheck
All Standard available bezel and cash box are fully compatible with above unit.
4.2.
PC Application Compatibility:
Following applications are supported by our GDS compatible bill validator product:

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
DFU Driver (available at http://www.usb.org/developers/devclass_docs/DFU_1.1.pdf )
For installation, follow their guideline or contact our tech support. For all protocol documents for
Note Acceptor refer to their website www.gamingstandards.com (Document Name: GDS_NA_xx.pdf) &
DFU class available on USB http://www.usb.org/developers/devclass_docs/DFU_1.1.pdf
CashCode PC applications supported by GDS Bill Validator:
4.3.

Navigator

CFS Downloader

CCNet Stats

CRC Verifier
GDS Simulator Operation Guideline:
4.3.1. How to connect:
It is required to have GDS tool kit (USB Diagnostic V1.1) installed on your window based
computer. Connect USB cable to your computer, USB power supply and USB cable to back of Bill
Validator. You will hear the stacker motor cycling sound , bezel light will remain RED
Quick trouble shoot tips: On some window application, device may not be detected right
away. It is recommended to connect to Bill Validator in less than 10 secs, once connect the power
Upon completion of BV cycle (stacker
motor sound), launch USB Diagnostic
Suite. Select Device Diagnostics, then
Note Acceptor, as shown here then
Note Acceptor window will pop up
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4.3.2. How to execute common commands & events:
We support all commands explained as per GDS protocol table 3.1. We also support all events
specified as per GDS protocol table 4.1. Please find below few examples using GDS simulator.
Before you start your operation, we prefer you to select “Auto Refresh” to view communication
log.
Quick trouble shoot tips: To enable bill validator, first you must “DISABLE” bill validator,
then “ENABLE” it. Bezel light will be turn into Green or Blue (depends on bezel). This means now
device ready for accepting the money or barcode coupon.
READ TABLE: Make sure BV is disabled, now you are ready to view denomination type and
barcode supported by existing firmware, click first on Note Entry, and then on Read Table
Quick trouble shoot tips: To view communication log, click on tab “Inbound/Outbound
Note Acceptor Device Traffic”
NOTE / BARCODE TICKET ACCEPTANCE: Make sure BV is enabled.
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Insert the note and in less than 5 seconds you need to click Accept Note, this will stack it
into the cash box. In the field Note/Ticket Validated, you will be able to see the Type of
Note ID or Barcode Ticket Number.

If you want to reject the note or Barcode, then after insertion you can click Return Note.

If you want to hold the note or coupon in Escrow you can click every 10 seconds or so
Extend Timeout, this will allow you to hold the note in escrow position.
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4.4.
GDS Firmware Features:
CashCode One firmware is developed based on GDS protocol released by GSA and DFU class.
Our firmware file is available in “.bin” format.
4.4.1. How to perform GDS Firmware Download:
If you are planning to update through Method-1 & 2, please make sure that unit does not
have any stay in memory card or one time programmable memory card.
METHOD-1: GDS Simulator - DFU
Run USB Diagnostic Suite, as explained in above section. Click on DFU Icon as shown
here. New Window will pop up.
Quick trouble shoot tips: Based on various window operating system, we
recommend you to click first on DETACH button (inside Device Firmware Upgrade DFU
window). Then close and restart USB Diagnostic Suite application again.
Once, you reopen the DFU window, please follow below steps:
Press DOWNLOAD button from DFU window.
Select applicable Bill Validator firmware files (.bin) & Click OPEN. Firmware update will
start. (Please ignore Non DFU extension message). You will see progress bar on your
screen as it is updated 100%.
METHOD-2: CFS Downloader, refer to CFS Downloader Manual
METHOD-3: Memory card, refer to related section.
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4.4.2. How to verify GDS Bill Validator CRC:
GDS supports CRC 32. To verfiy CRC, make sure BV is disabled. Change the seed values
to 0x00000000, then click on button Get CRC. CRC will be displayed on your screen.
Alternatively, CRC can also be verified by CashCode CRC Verifier or CFS Downloader
PC application. Make sure to setup seed 0. Connect PC to USB frontal port of Bill Validator, run
the application CRC Verifier and select type of CRC, finally just select Get CRC. For more detail
refer to Downloader_CFS_Manual.
4.5.
GDS Failure Status:
CashCode One is capable of supporting network diagnostics or failure status as indicated in GDS
Note Acceptor Protocol Document table 4.14 and 4.15.
ON SITE INDICATOR: If an error occurs, it will begin to flash red or green. Count the flashes and
use the table to diagnose any problems with your CashCode One™ validator.
NETWORK DIAGNOSTICS: CashCode One is capable of supporting network diagnostics or
failure status as indicated in GDS Note Acceptor Protocol Document table 4.14 and 4.15. Please
contact our tech support, if any further questions.
SELF TEST: You can perform network diagnostics using GDS simulator. Once device is
connected, see below an example how to get failure status.
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Click on Note Acceptor. Press Disable. Now we ready for self test, press Self Test tab,
Above window will indicate type of failures specitied in GDS protocol table 4.15
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5. Maintenance and Service:
5.1.
eLearning:
Crane Payment Solutions offers interactive online and video training for installation, maintenance,
update, and service procedures for the one™ Bill Validator. Please see
http://elearning.cashcode.com/ for up-to-date training videos and instructions.
Some content will require you to create an account with CashCode support. Please register at
http://support.cashcode.com/, or contact [email protected]e.com for quick and easy access today!
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5.2.
Collect Bills or Barcode Tickets:
To collect bills from the one™ Bill Validator, simply pull out the Cashbox using the handle. To
open the Cashbox cover, open the locks located at the two corners. To replace the Cashbox,
close the cover and insert the Cashbox into the one™ housing.
5.2.1. Standard Cashbox:
5.2.2. Expanded Cashbox:
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5.3.
Preventative Maintenance:
During normal operation, dust and dirt accumulate on the
optical sensors and the rollers of the validating head and
cashbox, possibly resulting in a reduced acceptance rate. The
bill path should be cleaned every 6 months or after acceptance
of 60,000 bills, whichever comes first. Please follow the
instructions below.
Transport Rollers
Lenses
O-Rings
Procedure:
1. Open the top cover of the validating head.
2. Use compressed air to blow away all loose particles from the
bill path and cashbox chamber.
3. Wipe away any remaining dirt with a soft, moist cloth.
4. Check all lenses for scratches and clean with a soft cloth and
clean water.
5. Check for cracked o-rings and transport rollers and clean them
using a soft cloth with isopropyl alcohol (70%).
6. If any lenses, o-rings, or rollers are damaged, contact your
closest service centre to have them replaced.
7. (Not Pictured) Use compressed air to blow all loose particles
out of the cashbox vault. Use a soft, moist cloth to clean the orings on the cashbox bill path.
DO NOT use Acetone, Petroleum, or Mineral oil based cleaning
products as they will cause damage to validator parts and void your
warranty.
For interactive training on maintaining your one™ Bill Validator, please see the
http://elearning.cashcode.com website.
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6. Software Updates:
The one™ Bill Validator is shipped with pre-installed software or as a vanilla unit, according to a
user’s ordered specifications. It is recommended to keep your BV up to date. You can order
updates from CashCode as they become available using the original part number for your
system.
Please verify your jurisdictional requirements for pre-installed or update software before
following these directions.
6.1.
Memory Card Update Procedure:
1. Turn Power OFF.
2. Lift up the Latch under the Validating Head, and Remove the Validating Head from the Housing.
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3. Insert the new CashCode Memory Card into the Memory Card slot of the Validating Head (for
correct insertion, please see diagram below).
Memory Stick Label should face down and notch on memory stick should face the left as per
diagram above.
4. Insert the Validating Head into the Housing.
5. Turn Power ON and wait until the download process is completed. During the download, a redgreen status light will blink.
6. After the download, if the validator is in Host Mode, the status light will turn steady red. If the
validator is in Service Mode, the validator will automatically initialize. If the status light presents
steady-red with green flashes after the update procedure, please see the next section (9 Software
update diagnostics).
7. After the update, a single-download Memory Card must be present in the Bill Validator at all times
during operation. A multiple-download card can be removed and used to update more units, until
the number of licenses is reached.
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6.2.
Download Procedure Via Interface Connector:
In order to properly complete an interface download, the Network Download Enable Memory Card
must be present in the Memory Card slot at all times – before, during and after the download.
For a direct download in the service mode via the interface connector, please follow the
instructions below:
1. Turn power OFF.
2. Disconnect the interface connector from the Bill Validator.
3. Remove the Validating Head from the Housing, and set Mode Switch to Service mode (Refer to
section 3.7).
4. Install the Validating Head into the Housing.
5. Connect the CashCode Adaptor: a) to the Computer, b) to the interface connector of the Bill
Validator, and c) to the power outlet (AC 100-250V).
6. From the computer, run the latest software version of the program.
7. Follow the instructions displayed on the computer screen.
8. After completing step 7, disconnect the CashCode Adaptor: a) from the power outlet, b) from the
Bill Validator, and c) from the Computer.
9. Remove the Validating Head from the Housing, and set Mode Switch to Validation mode (refer to
section 3.7).
10. Install the Validating Head into the Housing.
11. Connect the interface connector to the Bill Validator.
When the one™ Bill Validator has a CCNET protocol, the software download can be completed
via the host controller (refer to CCNET Protocol Description).
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6.3.
Download Procedure Via Front Service USB Port:
In order to perform a software update through the front service USB port, the one™ Bill Validator
must be USB-enabled using a USB enabling (–UB) memory card. The PC used for the installation
must also have the latest CashCode software and drivers installed (located on the installation CD
that came with your one™ Bill Validator)
1. To begin, please ensure the validator is turned ON and connected to a host machine.
2. Connect the Validator’s front service USB port to the PC using a standard USB A/B cable.
3. If required, use the “Add New Hardware” utility to select the VCOM driver, located in the /vcom/
folder of your CashCode installation directory.
4. Launch the USB firmware update utility (DownloadCFSFile.exe) utility.
5. Select “Load” and pick your software update file.
6. Select “Start”.
7. The firmware update process will be accompanied by a rapidly blinking red/green status light for
approximately a minute. Please wait until the update is finished before proceeding.
8. Remove the USB Connection.
9. After the download, if the validator is in Host Mode it will require a RESET command from the
host to complete the update procedure. If the validator is in Service Mode, the validator will
automatically initialize. If the status light presents steady-red with green flashes after the update
procedure, please see the next section (9 Software update diagnostics).
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Software Update Diagnostics:
Normally, the download process will be accompanied by a blinking red-green status light for
about 1 minute. If the download has competed successfully, the status light will turn green.
Should the download be unsuccessful, the status light will turn red, with short green flashes. The
following table lists possible errors which may take place during a download:
Green
Flashes
1
2
Error
Solution
Unable to write program
memory
Firmware integrity error
Turn POWER OFF, remove and insert the
Memory Card again, turn POWER ON.
Send validating head for service
Reprogram device using proper Memory Card
Follow the next steps checking whether device
went back to operation:
Verify that the software is suitable to the Bill
Validator type.
3
Wrong memory card
Insert correct type of CashCode Memory Card.
Turn POWER OFF, remove and insert the
Memory Card again, turn POWER ON.
Replace Memory Card with the new one.
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Verify that software is suitable for download.
Security error
Repeat procedure.
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7. Troubleshooting:
CashCode’s one™ Bill Validator is equipped with a self-diagnostic feature to aid in repair and
maintenance. When the power to the Bill Validator is turned ON, the Bill Validator begins its selfdiagnostic operation.
If the self-diagnostic test is passed, then the status light will turn green. If an error is detected,
then the status light on the front of the Bill Validator will blink red.
The number of times the red light flashes on the Bill Validator is an indication of a specific
problem or malfunction. A detailed list of these errors and corrective action is provided in the
Diagnostics section to follow.
Status
Indicator
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Operation Mode Diagnostics:
During normal operation, the status light remains a steady green. If an error occurs, it will begin to
flash red. Count the flashes and use the following table to diagnose any problems with your
one™ validator.
Red
Flashes
Error
Solution
1
Cashbox is removed from bill
Validator
Check if Cashbox is installed correctly
2
An error occurred during CPU
exchange with magnetic board
Reset device power; if the problem persists, send device for
repair.
3
Cashbox is full
Remove Cashbox, empty Cashbox and insert empty Cashbox.
4
Mechanical Jam in Cashbox or
Stacker fail
Remove Cashbox from Bill Validator Housing and extract
crumpled or jammed bill.
5
Failure of die-electric Sensor
Reset device power.
6
Failure of Optical Sensor
Open Validator head guide, clean optical sensors (please see
section 5.3 for cleaning details on these sensors).
7
Failure of Magnetic Sensor
Open Validator head guide, clean inductive sensors (please
see section 5.3 for cleaning details on these sensors).
1. Open Validator head guide, clean path.
2. Close Validator head guide.
8
Failure of Transport Motor
3. If Validator does not start, turn off power, release Validator
head and check receiving path.
4. Insert Validator head and turn power on.
9
Speed of Transport motor is too fast
Check power supply voltage.
10
Failure in alignment mechanism
See Solution 8.
11
Bill pathway is not empty
12
Bill jam in entry slot and no credit is
issued
Open receiving path and check that it is clean.
13
Overload of transport motor
Open Validator head guide and check to see if path is clean.
14
System Error
Reset device power.
1. Open receiving path and check that it is clean.
2. Remove Cashbox from bill Validator and clean path.
If any problems persist, contact your nearest service center or CashCode Technical Support.
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Diagnosing with a PC
Using the FLS Navigator utility, you can diagnose, locate, and repair problems with your one™
bill validator, as well as check performance statistics. The PC used for the diagnostic must have
the latest CashCode software and drivers installed (located on the installation CD that came with
your one™ Bill Validator).
1. To begin, please ensure the validator is turned ON and INITIALIZED (connected to a host
machine or in service mode).
2. Connect the front service USB port to the PC using a standard USB A/B cable.
3. If required, use the “Add New Hardware” utility to select the VCOM driver, located in the /vcom/
folder of your CashCode installation directory.
4. Launch the FLS Navigator (FLSNav.exe) utility.
5.
Click the “Connect” button to establish connection between the PC and the validator.
6. To collect statistics use the following functions:
a.
Downloads statistics from the validator and displays them.
b.
Saves statistics in an external file on your PC.
c.
Opens previously saved statistics for viewing.
7. To troubleshoot your validator:
a.
Click the Diagnose button to begin the diagnostic process.
b. The validator will run through a self-diagnostic test.
c.
Once finished, click on the guide tab to see an overview of detected problems and
solutions.
d. If an error prompts you to “look at View X”, you can use the view tabs to see the physical
location of the problem inside the validator.
e.
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Click on the print button to print a repair ticket with detected problems. Two copies
will be printed; one for your records and one for the Service Center)
Once finished, press the “Disconnect” button to sever the connection.
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8. Contact Information:
8.1.
Technical Support Department:
Crane CashCode,
(A division of Crane Payment Solutions)
2720 Steeles Ave W, Toronto, Ontario, Canada, L4K4S3
Phone:
1-800-584-2633 (+1-905-303-8874)
Fax:
1-800-593- 2633 (+1-905-303-8875)
E-mail:
[email protected]
eLearning:
http://elearning.cashcode.com
Website:
http://support.cashcode.com
8.2.
Service Centers:
To locate your nearest service center, please check our website:
http://support.cashcode.com/en/service-locator/index.php
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