Schaerer-Ambiente-2 - Espresso Machines Middle East

Schaerer-Ambiente-2 - Espresso Machines Middle East
M.Schaerer Ltd.
Gewerbestrasse 15
3302 Moosseedorf
Switzerland
Phone:
Fax:
E-Mail:
Internet:
+41 31 858 51 11
+41 31 858 51 40
[email protected]
www.schaerer.com
User manual
BASO 2 - 02
Order number: 020'201
Introduction
User Manual for
Coffee Machines
Published by:
M. Schaerer AG
CH-3302 Moosseedorf
Version:
Version 07 / October
Software:
NT 2000 V 1.05
Designed and edited by:
M. Schaerer AG, CH-3302 Moosseedorf
2001
© Copyright by M. Schaerer AG, CH-3302 Moosseedorf
All rights reserved, including translation into other languages. This manual may not be
copied, photocopied or distributed, in whole or in part, by any means, nor transmitted
electronically, without the publisher’s written consent.
All the information, technical data and illustrations in this instruction manual are based
on the latest data available at the time of going to press. M. Schaerer AG reserves the
right to undertake modifications at any time without further notice.
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Introduction
0.
SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS AND WARNINGS
Read the information in the user manual carefully before using the machine for the first time. It contains
important information on safety, use and service of
the machine.
0.1.
Safety
This chapter contains important safety information and liability provisions
on how to avoid damaging the machine, outlined in this instruction manual. You will also find instructions for conventional use.
This chapter warns you about possible dangers by conventional use of
the machine. The information on how to recognize danger enables a safe
and correct operation.
It is absolutely crucial to read and understand this chapter before
using the machine.
0.2.
For your safety
Please keep this operating manual in the vicinity of the machine.
The machine will be handed over by the authorized after sales service
organization. Please familiarize yourself with the operating manual before
you use the machine for the first time. It is crucial that you read the safety
notes. Especially important points are marked with a symbol.
Dangers by maloperation or misuse,
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for the operators body and life and for third persons and animals that
are in the vicinity of the machine.
for the machine and other valuables belonging to the operator and
third persons.
that the machine will not run smoothly.
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0.2.1.
Safety symbols used in these instructions
The following symbols occur in conjunction with all important notes on
safety in these operating instructions. Follow the instructions to the letter
and proceed with particular care in such cases.
•
Identification of notes on safety:
Danger!
This note indicates a risk of severe and/or fatal injury if specific procedural rules are violated.
Please take all necessary safety precautions if you see this symbol in the
operating instructions.
Danger!
Danger of electric shock!
Attention!
This note warns you of damage to property as well as of financial and
statutory penalties (e.g. loss of rights to claim under guarantee, liability
suits, etc.).
Environmental protection!
Check the equipment you are using is environmentally friendly.
Comply with the disposal regulations of the country you are in and take
advantage of the local opportunities provided for correct waste disposal.
Bear in mind that environmental protection is to everyone’s benefit.
Note:
This provides important notes and information.
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0.3.
Liability
Claims under guarantee and liability claims in the event of injury to people and damage to property cannot be entertained if they are due to one
or more of the following causes:
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Unconventional use of the machine
Improper assembling, start-up, operation and service of the machine
Operating the machine with defect safety devices or when safety devices are not in place or functioning properly
Failure to comply with the information in the operating manual regarding storage, assembly, start-up, use and service of the machine
Inadequate monitoring of worn parts
Incorrectly undertaken repairs
Catastrophic damage due to the influence of foreign bodies, acci-
dents, vandalism and force majeure
Attention!
The machine must be serviced by an after sales service organization authorized by the manufacturer. The service interval is every 12 months or
after 45,000 servings of coffee.
The manufacturer accepts claims on the guarantee and/or any liability
only and exclusively providing the specified service intervals have been
observed. The guarantee only applies if any spare parts used have been
ordered from the manufacturer or from a supplier authorized by the
manufacturer.
Safety-relevant parts, such as safety valves, boiler, etc., must be replaced and are not allowed to be repaired.
For safety reasons the safety valve must be replaced every 12
months. The steam generator and instant heater must be replaced
every 36 months for safety reasons.
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0.4.
Accident prevention regulations
0.4.1.
General
Note:
This chapter describes the safety instructions and accident prevention
regulations, which you must adhere to for your own safety and the safety
of others.
Before each start-up of the machine:
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0.4.2.
Check its operational safety! Carefully perform the checks as described in the individual chapters.
Abide by the instructions, the safety and accident prevention regulations in this user manual as well as your local legal technical safety
and hygiene regulations.
Immediately rectify any malfunctions, which impair safety.
Unauthorized users
Danger!
Persons who are unfamiliar with the operating manual, children as well
as persons under the influence of drugs or medication must not operate
the cold milk solution machine unless supervised. In a self-serve
establishment, the operator must mark the machines in the beverage and
heat retaining plate area in such a way that the customers easily can see
it’s a danger zone.
0.4.3.
Malfunctions
Attention!
Be sure that only authorized and trained personnel work on the machine!
The provisions of the local employers’ liability insurance association or
other responsible supervisory bodies must be adhered to in all cases!
If malfunctions occur, they must only ever be rectified by trained and authorized specialists!
0.4.4.
Electrical energy
Danger!
Work on electrical systems is only allowed to be undertaken by an electrician or by trained personnel under the supervision of an electrician and
in accordance with the rules governing electrical engineering work. The
appropriate EU directives on low voltage and/or the country’s or local
safety rules and regulations are in effect.
Danger!
Never touch live parts! Connect only the machine to AC. The voltage
must correspond to the value given on the rating plate of the machine. It
is strictly forbidden to insert any object into the machine or to open up the
housing!
Before servicing, always turn off the main switch to the machine or take
the mains plug out of the socket.
Otherwise there is a danger of electric shock!
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0.4.5.
Equipment
Attention!
If any parts of the unit are leaking or if any cables, hoses, screw connections, flanges, valves, seals, etc. have external signs of damage then this
must immediately be reported to the authorized specialist staff and rectified by them!
0.4.6.
Environmental protection regulations
Environmental protection!
When selecting cleaning agents, make sure that they are environmentally
safe, bear no health risks, and comply with the local disposal regulations.
Use the cleaning agents recommended by the manufacturer.
0.4.7.
Designated use
The designated use of the coffee machine and the options connected
with it are subject only to the contractually agreed mode of use and any
existing supplementary agreements, the “general business conditions“ of
M. Schaerer AG and this user manual.. Any use other than within the limits specified here shall be regarded as not in accordance with the designated use. The manufacturer shall not be liable for any damage resulting
from this.
Adherence to the servicing and maintenance intervals stipulated by the
manufacturer.
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0.4.8.
Technical condition
The machine must only be operated as designated, if technically safe
and if you are fully aware of the safety and danger and follow the appropriate regulations.
If any malfunctions are detected, particularly such which could impair
safety, they must immediately be rectified by the appropriate personnel.
0.4.9.
Cleaning agent
When using a cleaning agent, please refer to the notes and specifications
on the cleaning container’s label and the specifications and safety data
sheet mentioned in chapter 5 “Cleaning” and chapter 9 “Appendix”.
0.5.
Safety notes and rating plates
Attention!
True safety means being familiar with all the notes on safety. This relates
to the nature and location of the hazard and in particular to the safety
measures taken to counteract it. Always remain on the alert and be
aware of the danger(s).
The machine is supplied with rating plates. Please keep these in readable condition.
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CONTENTS
Chapter
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Introduction .........................................................................................................................................0-1
Copyright ...............................................................................................................................................0-1
Safety instructions and warnings ..........................................................................................................0-3
Safety ....................................................................................................................................................0-3
For your safety ......................................................................................................................................0-3
Liability ..................................................................................................................................................0-5
Accident prevention regulations ............................................................................................................0-6
Safety notes and rating plates...............................................................................................................0-8
Contents ................................................................................................................................................0-9
1
1.1
1.2
1.3
General .................................................................................................................................................1-1
Welcome ...............................................................................................................................................1-1
Purpose and structure of this instruction manual..................................................................................1-1
Key ........................................................................................................................................................1-1
2
2.1
2.2
2.3
2.4
2.5
2.6
Description...........................................................................................................................................2-1
Coffee machine data .............................................................................................................................2-2
Operating data of the coffee machine...................................................................................................2-5
Equipment and accessories of the coffee machine ..............................................................................2-6
Special settings .....................................................................................................................................2-8
User panel of the coffee machine .........................................................................................................2-9
Chip card functions .............................................................................................................................2-10
3
3.1
3.2
3.3
Installation ...........................................................................................................................................3-1
First-time installation .............................................................................................................................3-1
Location.................................................................................................................................................3-1
Prerequisites for installing the coffee machine .....................................................................................3-1
4
4.1
4.2
4.3
4.4
4.5
4.6
User instructions.................................................................................................................................4-1
Introduction............................................................................................................................................4-3
Operating modes of the coffee machine ...............................................................................................4-4
Messages displayed when coffee machine is ready for operation .......................................................4-4
Routine operating ..................................................................................................................................4-5
Programming using standard chip cards ............................................................................................4-11
Programming using optional chip cards..............................................................................................4-17
5
5.1
5.2
5.3
5.4
5.5
5.6
5.7
5.8
Cleaning ...............................................................................................................................................5-1
Important general notes on cleaning.....................................................................................................5-2
Intermediate rinse .................................................................................................................................5-3
Daily cleaning with refrigerator..............................................................................................................5-5
Weekly cleaning with refrigerator........................................................................................................5-16
Defrosting the refrigerator (option)......................................................................................................5-26
Refrigerator maintenance (option) ......................................................................................................5-26
Cleaning of coffee machine without refrigerator .................................................................................5-27
Cleaning instructions for cappuccinatore CPT (option) ......................................................................5-33
6
6.1
6.2
Problems ..............................................................................................................................................6-1
Problems and error messages..............................................................................................................6-2
Problems without messages (display-messages).................................................................................6-6
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Chapter
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7
7.1
7.2
7.3
7.4
7.5
7.6
7.7
7.8
7.9
7.10
7.11
7.12
7.13
Optional features................................................................................................................................ 7-1
Refrigerator .......................................................................................................................................... 7-2
Payment systems ................................................................................................................................. 7-9
Chip cards ............................................................................................................................................ 7-9
Chip card loader ................................................................................................................................... 7-9
Alarm functions..................................................................................................................................... 7-9
Cappuccinatore CPT .......................................................................................................................... 7-13
Special steam ..................................................................................................................................... 7-15
2nd mill (duo mill)................................................................................................................................. 7-16
Water softener (Filados/Brita) ............................................................................................................ 7-16
Cup sensor ......................................................................................................................................... 7-16
Quick cup warmer .............................................................................................................................. 7-16
Cup warmer ........................................................................................................................................ 7-16
User instructions for special coffee machines (water tank) ............................................................... 7-17
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8.1
8.1.1
8.2
8.2.1
8.3
8.3.1
8.3.2
8.3.3
8.3.4
8.4
8.4.1
Payment systems ............................................................................................................................... 8-1
Cards compatible with all payment systems ........................................................................................ 8-3
MASTER card ...................................................................................................................................... 8-3
Payment with internal systems............................................................................................................. 8-3
MONEY chip card system .................................................................................................................... 8-3
Payment with self-service systems .................................................................................................... 8-12
Token slot and related systems ......................................................................................................... 8-12
NRIG 13 EMP no-change coin slot and related systems (standard type) ......................................... 8-12
CF350 Totalisator dual-price coin slot................................................................................................ 8-13
CSI (Coffee Standard Interface) external payment – Connection to coffee-bar system.................... 8-13
Payment using Waiter Account .......................................................................................................... 8-15
Waiter Account chip card system....................................................................................................... 8-15
9
Standard Settings............................................................................................................................... 9-1
10
10.1
10.2
10.3
10.4
Appendix ........................................................................................................................................... 10-1
CE Declaration of conformity ............................................................................................................. 10-2
Cleaning agent ................................................................................................................................... 10-3
Rating plates for steam generator and instant heater........................................................................ 10-6
Environmental ISSUES ...................................................................................................................... 10-7
11
Index .................................................................................................................................................. 11-1
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General
1.
General
1.1.
Welcome
Congratulations on purchasing your coffee machine. This ergonomically and
cleverly designed machine has a generously sized workspace. Its modern
design and the choice of colors available enable it to blend in with any decor. It combines outstanding quality with revolutionary technology and unparalleled ease-of-use.
1.2.
Purpose and structure of this instruction manual
This user manual will familiarize you with your machines exceptional features. It contains instructions for correct maintenance, a description of its
features and technical information.
It is crucial to take note of this information to benefit fully from your coffee
machine and to ensure that it functions correctly. Please read through the
instruction manual and keep it close to the machine so that you can refer to
it if need be (programming, cleaning, troubleshooting, etc.)
1.3.
Key
Action
+
This pictogram indicates an “option” that your machine may not have.
Optional
feature
„
This pictogram indicates an “option” that your machine may not have.
Notes
‹
This pictogram stands for “information”. The text is designed as an aid to
comprehension and complements the function descriptions.
Italics
PTO
Special attention should be paid to texts indicated by a pictogram and written
in italics.
ª
Turn over, more information on this subject on the next page.
This sign appears on the bottom right-hand side of pages.
Display messages
Select product
12:00
15.10.2001
Successive messages, e.g. generated by pressing a button, are shown immediately after or next to the respective instructions.
Chip cards
The card name (e.g. CHEF, SAVE DATA, etc.) is written in capital letters.
You will also find an illustration of the chip cards to the left of the respective
texts.
The chip card should be correctly inserted into the machine.
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Description
2.
Contents
Chap.
Text
2.
Description
2.1.
2.1.1.
2.1.2.
2.1.3.
2.1.4.
Coffee machine data ......................................................................................................................2-2
Overview of the coffee machine.......................................................................................................2-2
Installation chart of the coffee machine ...........................................................................................2-3
Purpose of the coffee machine ........................................................................................................2-4
Serial data of the coffee machine ....................................................................................................2-4
2.2.
2.2.1.
2.2.2.
2.2.3.
2.2.4.
Operating data of the coffee machine .........................................................................................2-5
Characteristics of the coffee machine..............................................................................................2-5
Dimensions of the coffee machine...................................................................................................2-5
Power supply....................................................................................................................................2-5
Water connection/outlet ...................................................................................................................2-6
2.3.
2.3.1.
2.3.2.
2.3.3.
2.3.4.
Equipment and accessories of the coffee machine ...................................................................2-6
Models of the coffee machine ..........................................................................................................2-6
Standard accessories of the coffee machine (standard delivery package) .....................................2-6
Special accessories of the coffee machine (not in standard delivery package)..............................2-7
Optional features for the coffee machine.........................................................................................2-7
2.4.
2.4.1.
2.4.2.
2.4.3.
Special settings..............................................................................................................................2-8
Time settings....................................................................................................................................2-8
Cleaning settings..............................................................................................................................2-8
Miscellaneous ..................................................................................................................................2-8
2.5.
User panel of the coffee machine.................................................................................................2-9
2.6.
2.6.1.
2.6.2.
2.6.3.
Chip card functions .....................................................................................................................2-10
Standard chip cards .......................................................................................................................2-10
Chip card options for normal operating mode................................................................................2-11
Chip cards for payment mode........................................................................................................2-11
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Description
2.
DESCRIPTION
2.1.
Coffee machine data
2.1.1.
Overview of the coffee machine
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4
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5
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14.
15.
16.
17.
18.
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Mill 1 coffee bean container (standard coffee mill)
Sliding hatch for bean container
Opening for decaffeinated coffee powder and cleaning tablets
Cup hotplate
Surround
Drainer
Drip tray with/without outlet
Height blocking button
Drawer for coffee grouts (push outlet up to top)
Adjustable coffee outlet Î min. Ø 80 mm, max. × 180 mm (dispenser unit)
Steam outlet (only with refrigerator option)
Hot water outlet
Infusion pressure indicator
2-line illuminated display
User panel
Chip card slot
Service door
„ Refrigerator for milk (optional feature)
„ Right-hand coffee bean container/mill (optional feature)
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Description
2.1.2.
Installation chart of the coffee machine
Drawing number 3.8.5683 E
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Description
2.1.3.
Purpose of the coffee machine
The coffee machine will supply the following beverages:
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2.1.4.
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Coffee
Ristretto
Espresso coffee
Decaffeinated coffee
Pot of coffee
Macchiato
Steam for frothing milk
Hot water for tea
Cappuccino
Milk coffee
Latté
Hot milk
Milk foam
Serial data of the coffee machine
For warranty purposes or in the event of problems, please fill in the data on
the machines serial plate in the box provided below. The serial plate is inside the machine above the coffee grouts drawer.
Serial plate
Pull out coffee grouts drawer
(sideways, on inside)
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Inst. no
Type:
Serial number:
Nominal pressure:
Capacity:
Voltage:
.................................
.................................
.................................
.................................bar
……………...............Watt
.............VAC ............Hz
Inst.-Nr.
Typ:
Serie-Nummer:
Nenndruck:
Leistung:
Spannung:
................................
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................................ bar
................................ Watt
............VAC ............. Hz
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Description
2.2.
Operating data of the coffee machine
2.2.1.
Characteristics of the coffee machine
The coffee machine is capable of supplying 100-120 cups of coffee or tea
per hour.
2.2.2.
Dimensions of the coffee machine
Width
Height
Depth
Outlet height
420 mm
755 mm
510 mm
80-180 mm
Net weight
45 kg
(15 SO-2)
Subject to modification!
2.2.3.
Power supply
Model
Connected load
1 SO-2 steam
1 SO-2 tea
15 SO-2
6.2 kW / 16 A
6.2 kW / 16 A
9.2 kW / 16 A
400 V AC (3 PNE)
400 V AC (3 PNE)
400 V AC (3 PNE)
50/60 Hz
50/60 Hz
50/60 Hz
For special voltages ask the manufacturer or one of your authorized after
sales service people.
Danger!
• An authorized specialist must install or inspect the installation!
• The phase must be fuse-protected with 16A.
• Never use a machine with a defect mains cable. Let an authorized specialist replace a defect mains cable or plug immediately.
• Use only an extension cord when you are sure that it is in perfect condition. The extension cord must have a minimum cross section of 1.5 mm²
for each core and a permitted 5 pole plug (PNE) for 16 A.
• Mains cable and/or extension cords must be placed so that no one can
fall over them. Don’t crush or pull the cords around corners and sharp
edges and don’t let them hang exposed in the room. Don’t place the
cords on warm surfaces and protect them from oil and harsh cleaning
agents.
• Never lift or pull the machine by the mains cable. Never pull the plug by
the mains cable or extension cord out of the socket. Never touch cord
and plug with wet hands. Never insert a wet plug in the socket.
Attention!
Mains connection according to local regulations. The voltage on the rating
plate must correspond to the local mains voltage.
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Description
2.2.4.
Water connection/outlet
If the coffee machine is to be connected to a newly installed water supply,
the pipe and intake hose should be rinsed thoroughly to prevent any dirt particles from entering the machine.
The machine must be connected to a safe water supply with supply valve.
Connect the pressure hose to the pressure reducer (set to 3 bar) on the tap
using the G ½” screw fitting.
If the machine is connected to a water outlet, the supplied fixed-temperature
outlet hose should be connected to the drainer and siphon.
Note:
The ideal water hardness is 6-8°dWH (standard German hardness) or
8-12°fWH (standard French hardness). Chlorine content should not exceed
100 mg per liter. The ideal pH value is 7. For all other values, local regulations apply.
2.3.
Equipment and accessories of the coffee machine
2.3.1.
Models of the coffee machine
This coffee machine exists in three models:
1 SO-2
1 SO-2 steam
1 SO-2 tea
15 SO-2
2.3.2.
= Coffee
= Coffee and steam
= Coffee and hot water
= Coffee, hot water and steam
Standard accessories of the coffee machine (standard delivery package)
Article
- 1 “CHEF“ chip card
- 1 “SAVE DATA Plus"chip card
- 1 “SAVE DATA A“ chip card
- 1 “SAVE DATA B“ chip card
- 1 spoon
- 1 pack cleaning tablets
- 1 instruction manual
- 2 joints
- 1 nipple (G1/2“)
- 1 brush
- 1 reinforced hose
- 1 wallet for 2 chip cards
- 1 outlet hose without optional refrigerator
- 1 outlet hose with optional refrigerator
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Ref. no.
063930
063929
from Version 1.05
063933
to Version
1.04
063920
to Version
1.04
067111
065221
064249
068179
067409-A
067766
065278
063353
063345
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Description
2.3.3.
Special accessories of the coffee machine (not in standard delivery package)
Article
Ref. no.
- Supplementary chip cards:
2.3.4.
“PROGRAM”
“KEY BLOCK”
“COFFEE TEST”
“MANAGER”
“LOAD”
“MASTER”
“WAITER”
“COPY WAITER”
“PRINT”
“MONEY A-J”
“Cup”
“Credit-Look”
063941
063931
063932
063940
063937
063934
063936
063942
063943
063921-063929
063939
063946
“Clean” (for cleaning card reader)
063945
Optional features for the coffee machine
Note:
For further details of the optional features described below, refer to chapter 7
(Optional Features) or ask your licensed dealer.
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Refrigerator for keeping milk cool
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Waiter Account and MONEY payment systems
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Payment systems such as coffee-bar systems (CSI = Coffee Standard
Interface), cash payment systems (CCI = Coffee Credit Interface, e.g.
coin and token slots)
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Chip card loader
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Alarm functions
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CPT cappuccino unit
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Special steam
-
2nd mill (DUO mill)
-
Water softener (Filados / Brita)
-
Quick cup warmer
-
Cup warmer
-
Water tank for trolley version (operates without running water supply)
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Description
2.4.
Special settings
Note:
The settings described in this section can only be programmed by the service engineer.
2.4.1.
Time settings
Service reminder
After a certain period or a certain number of beverages, a reminder is displayed that it is time to have the
machine serviced.
24-hour display
The time can be shown either in 24-hour or 12-hour format.
(00:00-24:00 or 00:00am-12:00am / 00:01pm-12:00pm)
Timer
This enables the coffee machine to be programmed to come on on the days it is used. In this case, it
switches itself on automatically.
2.4.2.
Cleaning settings
Cleaning reminder
If the cleaning reminder is activated, drinks will be dispensed for one hour after the message appears. If
the coffee machine is not cleaned during this time, the coffee machine blocks. Specify the number of
products that may be dispensed and the time. The cleaning reminder is suppressed in case a cleaning
takes place less than two hours previously.
Obligatory cleaning
With this function, up to 50 beverages can be dispensed once the message is displayed. After this, the
coffee machine blocks.
Manual cleaning
This enables the cleaning procedure to be shortened (no need for manual cleaning, except for emptying
the grouts drawer.
Sample coffee
A sample coffee is automatically served and the rinsing program run when the coffee machine is
switched on if the coffee machine was cleaned before it was turned off.
24H sample coffee
A sample coffee is automatically served immediately after the coffee machine is cleaned.
Rinse before switch-off
The rinsing program is run before the coffee machine is switched off.
2.4.3.
Miscellaneous
Product mix
Several different products can be pre-selected.
Lock/unlock CHEF card
The coffee machine can only be switched on and off with the CHEF card.
DECAF key manual dosing
The DECAF key can be programmed to dispense decaffeinated coffee powder.
Automatic piston rinse
The piston is rinsed at the end of the specified period. When a product is selected, the “automatic piston
rinse” time is reset.
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Description
2.5.
User panel of the coffee machine
Two-line illuminated
LCD display
Cleaning and Plus key
with LED
Shift key with LED
Random product selection
keys with LED and product
symbol
Chip card slot
recognizes the function of
the respective chip cards
On/off LED
Standby key
on / off
Minus and STOP key
with LED
DECAF key with LED
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Description
2.6.
Chip card functions
Attention!
Chip cards should be handled with the same care as bank cards
(do not bend, do not use as “door openers”, etc.)
This coffee machine features the latest control technology. To facilitate programming,
various program groups have been created which can be programmed directly with the
aid of the respective chip cards. Using these chip cards protects the program groups from
misuse. The service engineer can provide extra protection for the most important chip
cards, such as the CHEF, PROGRAM, LOAD and MANAGER cards for example, by programming various security levels.
The four available programmable security levels:
Security level 0
Customer ref.
The control system automatically checks whether the card bears
the correct customer reference number.
Security level 1
Customer ref. / PIN code
Verifies the customer reference and inputs a PIN code before the
card is read.
Security level 2
Customer ref. / Card ref.
Verifies the customer reference number.
The *card reference number is also entered in the internal chip
card table. This makes it impossible to use any other card, as the
system authorizes one card only per program group.
Security level 3
Customer ref. / Card ref. / PIN code
The highest security level, combining levels 1 and 2.
* Every chip card bears a manufacturer-supplied incremental card
reference number.
If a NEW chip card is inserted into the card reader with security level 1 or 3, any number,
including 000, may be entered as the PIN code. This value is then transferred to the card
and considered as the current code.
2.6.1.
Standard chip cards
The CHEF card enables the principal settings or modifications to be undertaken for routine operation:
- Reads the daily counter for the total number of coffees and teas and the total per key.
- Resets counter
- Change quantity of coffee dispensed
- Change quantity of coffee ground
- Change switch-on and off times
- Change time
- Change date
- Change PIN code (Personal Identification Number)
- Lock/unlock function - the service engineer can program the coffee machine so that it
can only be switched on and off with the CHEF card.
- The CHEF card can be used to eliminate the “service wanted” message
(If released by the service technician.)
The SAVE DATA card enables the machine settings to be saved or data from the card to
be transferred to the machine.
The following save cards are needed for the coffee machine:
- The “SAVE DATA A“ card saves level 1 data
to Version
1.04
- The “SAVE DATA B“ card saves level 2 data
to Version
1.04
- The “SAVE DATA Plus" card saves all data (levels 1 + 2)
from Version 1.05
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2.6.2.
Chip card options for normal operating mode
In normal operating mode, the PROGRAM card is used for statistical purposes. If a payment system is installed, the requisite settings are made using the PROGRAM card:
- Switch payment system ON/OFF
- Switch price levels 1 + 2 (automatic coffee machines on, off and switchover time)
- Change product price and article number
- Display MONEY sales
- Reset MONEY sales
- Display Master sales
- Reset Master sales
- Log on MASTER card
- Delete MASTER card table
- Change PROGRAM card PIN code
The KEY BLOCK card is used to disable either individual or all product keys simultaneously for all uses, or to enable them.
The COFFEE TEST card is used to check the ground coffee (quantity dispensed and
fineness) and to change the quantity ground.
2.6.3.
Chip cards for payment mode
MONEY cards, from A-J, enable a scale of prices to be used in conjunction with the
MONEY chip card system. The amount of coffee ground and dispensed can be individually programmed on each MONEY card for all coffee products.
The CUP card queries and adds up the counter levels for each individual product without
resetting them.
The CREDIT LOCK card switches between normal operating mode and payment mode.
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3.
INSTALLATION
3.1.
First-time installation
The coffee machine must be installed and initialized by a licensed after sales service
agent.
Note:
Once the coffee machine is installed and after subsequent changes, it is important to
save the new data on the SAVE DATA card provided. The SAVE DATA cards should be
on hand at all times, including for the service engineer.
3.2.
Location
Danger!
Set up the apparatus on a stable base so no one can tip the machine over or injure themselves on it. Do not place the machine on hot surfaces or near to an oven.
Not suitable for outdoor use. Never expose the machine to outside weather, e.g. rain,
snow, frost etc.
Danger!
Do not operate the machine in large catering kitchens without the express written approval of the after sales service authorized by the manufacturer.
Attention!
The ambient temperature must remain between 10 °C and 40 °C.
Protect the machine from frost. If the machine has been exposed to minus temperatures,
contact an after sales service organization, authorized by the manufacturer, before using
it.
3.3.
Prerequisites for installing the coffee machine
Note:
The power and water supplies must be brought to within one meter of the place
where the coffee machine is to be installed.
Pay attention to the technical data when installing/connecting up the machine.
Install the machine on a smooth, solid base away from heat, damp and steam.
Leave a space (above and at the side) for servicing.
(Ideally leave about 35 cm free on one side.)
Install the machine at least 1 cm away from the wall (for ventilation).
(Ideally leave 10 cm.)
Local regulations relating to kitchens must be complied with.
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„
Additional hole required for “Container ejection” optional feature
Buffet and counter version
„ Refrigerator (optional feature)
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4.
Contents
Chap.
Text
4.
User instructions
4.1.
Introduction ....................................................................................................................................4-3
4.2.
Operating modes of the coffee machine .....................................................................................4-4
4.3.
Messages displayed when coffee machine is ready for operation ..........................................4-4
4.4.
4.4.1.
4.4.2.
4.4.2.1.
4.4.3.
4.4.3.1.
4.4.3.2.
4.4.3.3.
4.4.4.
4.4.5.
4.4.6.
4.4.7.
4.4.8.
4.4.9.
4.4.10.
4.4.11.
4.4.11.1.
4.4.11.2.
Routine operation ..........................................................................................................................4-5
Making the coffee machine ready for operation...............................................................................4-5
Prepare coffee product ....................................................................................................................4-5
Prepare coffee products using second level....................................................................................4-6
Decaffeinated coffee ........................................................................................................................4-6
Prepare decaffeinated coffee manually ...........................................................................................4-6
Prepare decaffeinated coffee using the coffee mill and DECAF key...............................................4-7
Prepare decaffeinated coffee using the coffee mill without the DECAF key ...................................4-7
Prepare tea ......................................................................................................................................4-7
Heat beverage..................................................................................................................................4-8
Prepare hot milk (only with optional refrigerator) .............................................................................4-8
Prepare milk foam (only with optional refrigerator) ..........................................................................4-9
Prepare Cappuccino Magic, milk coffee, Latté or Macchiato automatically (with optio. refrigera.).4-9
Terminating operation / Switching the coffee machine off.............................................................4-10
Longer idle time:.............................................................................................................................4-10
Disassembly...................................................................................................................................4-11
Disassembly of the coffee machine ...............................................................................................4-11
Disassembly of the refrigerator ......................................................................................................4-11
4.5.
4.5.1.
4.5.1.1.
4.5.1.2.
4.5.1.3.
4.5.1.4.
4.5.1.5.
4.5.1.6.
4.5.1.7.
4.5.1.8.
4.5.1.9.
4.5.1.10.
4.5.1.11.
4.5.2.
4.5.2.1.
4.5.2.2.
4.5.2.3.
Programming using standard chip cards..................................................................................4-12
CHEF card .....................................................................................................................................4-12
Menu ..............................................................................................................................................4-12
Read product counter for coffees and teas per key.......................................................................4-12
Reset counter.................................................................................................................................4-13
Change quantity of coffee ground (coffee powder) .......................................................................4-13
Change quantity Î water and/or milk for coffee products ............................................................4-13
Change dosing time Î steam, hot milk and/or milk foam .............................................................4-14
Change on/off time.........................................................................................................................4-14
Change time...................................................................................................................................4-15
Change date...................................................................................................................................4-16
Change PIN code...........................................................................................................................4-16
Service reminder ............................................................................................................................4-16
SAVE DATA card ...........................................................................................................................4-17
Menu ..............................................................................................................................................4-17
Save coffee machine data to card .................................................................................................4-17
Load machine data from card to coffee machine...........................................................................4-18
4.6.
4.6.1.
4.6.1.1.
4.6.1.2.
4.6.1.3.
4.6.1.4.
4.6.1.5.
Programming using optional chip cards ...................................................................................4-18
PROGRAM card.............................................................................................................................4-18
Menu ..............................................................................................................................................4-18
Programmable security level..........................................................................................................4-19
Enable/disable payment mode.......................................................................................................4-19
Switch prices ..................................................................................................................................4-19
Change MONEY card price levels 1 + 2 ........................................................................................4-20
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4.6.1.6. Change token price with or without MONEY card price levels 1 + 2 ............................................ 4-21
Chap.
Text
4.6.1.7.
4.6.1.8.
4.6.1.9.
4.6.1.10.
4.6.1.11.
4.6.1.12.
4.6.1.13.
4.6.1.14.
4.6.2.
4.6.2.1.
4.6.2.2.
4.6.2.3.
4.6.3.
4.6.3.1.
4.6.3.2.
Change product price and article number (for external CCI / CSI payment systems).................. 4-22
Display MONEY sales................................................................................................................... 4-22
Reset MONEY sales ..................................................................................................................... 4-23
Display MASTER card .................................................................................................................. 4-23
Reset MASTER card..................................................................................................................... 4-23
Log on MASTER card ................................................................................................................... 4-23
Delete MASTER table ................................................................................................................... 4-24
Change PIN code.......................................................................................................................... 4-24
KEY BLOCK card .......................................................................................................................... 4-25
Menu ............................................................................................................................................. 4-25
Disable keys .................................................................................................................................. 4-25
Enable keys................................................................................................................................... 4-25
COFFEE TEST card ..................................................................................................................... 4-26
Menu ............................................................................................................................................. 4-26
Ground coffee test program .......................................................................................................... 4-26
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4.
USER INSTRUCTIONS
4.1.
Introduction
This chapter describes the basic functions of the coffee machine. Read
them attentively to ensure easy and problem-free routine operation.
Note:
As a prerequisite for a smooth operation of the milk solution machine, it
must be installed and programmed by an after sales service organization, authorized by the manufacturer.
Danger!
The machine must only be operated by qualified personnel!
Danger of scalding and burns!
• Never work underneath the beverage outlet area while the
products are being served. The liquids coming from the machine are hot! To protect yourself from burns, once you have
used the outlet buttons, keep your hands and other parts of
your body away from the beverage outlet area
• Don’t touch any hot surfaces, such as the heat retaining plate.
Always use the appropriate handles and buttons (danger of
burns)!
• When an outlet button has been pressed, the machine will not
stop after the cup is removed from the beverage outlet area.
The brewing process that has already started (also for selected
products) will continue until it’s finished.
• The machine does not stop if the coffee pot or cup is removed
from the dispensing area after you have pressed a dispense
button. While coffee is being made, never put fingers into the
brewing unit!
Danger!
Switch off the coffee machine if you accidentally pour liquid
over the cup hotplate (risk of short-circuit)!
+ Inform the after sales service!
Attention!
Never put anything other than roast coffee beans into the coffee
bean container.
Noise emissions!
Noise emission levels can be up to 70 dB (A), particular when you
are heating up beverages.
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4.2.
Operating modes of the coffee machine
The coffee machine has three different operating modes:
select product
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If this message is displayed when the coffee machine is ready for operation, it is
in normal operating mode, i.e. the corresponding product will be freshly prepared when the key is pressed.
credit operation
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This message is displayed if the coffee machine has an internal or external
payment system installed.
<< Standby >>
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The coffee machine is switched off but is still connected to the mains supply
Note:
When it is switched on again, it needs a short time to reach the programmed
operating temperature.
4.3.
Messages displayed when coffee machine is ready for operation
Note:
These messages only appear when the coffee machine is idle, i.e. when no
beverages are being served. They do not block the dispensing process.
...
container full
...
heating up
Empty the grouts container. Up to five more coffees can be made; after that, the
coffee machine blocks.
The temperature of the instantaneous water heater has fallen to more than
10°C below the programmed value. Please wait until the machine has warmed
up again before ordering the next product.
...
clean machine
Launch the cleaning program +see chapter 5.3.
credit ####.##
too little credit
Insufficient credit.
select product
milk empty
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The milk container is empty (optional feature).
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4.4.
4.4.1.
Routine operation
Making the coffee machine ready for operation
1. Check the following points before switching on the coffee machine:
- That it is connected to the mains power supply
- That the water supply is turned on
- The coffee bean container is full
Danger!
DO NOT reach into the mill when refilling the coffee container(s) and DO NOT
press any of the product buttons when refilling!
- The grouts container is empty
- The (unlit) display shows the following message is displayed:
<<Standby>>
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2. Press [ ] key Î All of the buttons light up briefly.
The following messages are displayed:
selection locked
heating up
Once the operating temperature
has been attained:
select product
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‹ For coffee machines with a fresh water tank, see chapter 5.5.
‹ Depending on how the coffee machine is programmed, another message may be displayed when the coffee machine is ready for operation, especially if payment mode is
activated.
Note:
If the cleaning program was run before the coffee machine was switched off, a
rinse cycle is automatically run when the coffee machine is re-initialized and, if
programmed to do so, a sample coffee is served. (Place a cup under the coffee
outlet.)
‹ If the lock/unlock function is activated, the CHEF card must be inserted into the card
reader in order to switch the coffee machine on and off.
4.4.2.
Prepare coffee product
‹ If your coffee machine has a payment system installed and enabled, please read the
instructions in chapter 6.0.
‹ Coffee and hot water are available simultaneously.
‹ Pressing the [ ] key deselects the pre-selected product (only if payment is disabled).
‹ Holding down the [ ] key for more than two seconds interrupts all of the currently
active products (coffee products only during the infusion phase).
1. Place cup under the coffee outlet (the height of the outlet can be adjusted to the cup).
Danger!
Do not adjust the height of the outlet when the coffee outlet is dispensing
(danger of scalding)!
2. Press the desired product key
3. The LED of the selected key lights up red and the following message is displayed:
select product
choice 1 supply 1
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4. The coffee is freshly prepared and served automatically.
‹ Depending on the programming:
- The keys can be pre-selected in any order as many times as required.
- Other messages may appear (error messages).
‹ The [ ] key cancels pre-selected products. Cancellation of pre-selected products is
not possible in payment mode.
4.4.2.1.
Prepare coffee products using second level
‹ If your coffee machine has a second level installed and enabled, the product keys
can be used to pre-select two different products.
Level 1: Normal use
Level 2: See below
1. Place cup under the coffee outlet (the height of the outlet can be adjusted to the cup).
Danger!
Do not adjust the height of the outlet when the coffee outlet is dispensing
(danger of scalding)!
2. Press [
] = shift key.
3. Press the desired product key.
4. The LED of the selected key lights up red and the following message is displayed:
select product
choice 1 supply 1
5. The coffee is freshly prepared and served automatically.
‹ Depending on the programming:
- The keys can be pre-selected in any order as many times as required.
- Other messages may appear (error messages).
‹ Coffee and hot water are available simultaneously.
‹ Pressing the [ ] key deselects the pre-selected product (only if payment is disabled).
‹ Holding down the [ ] key for more than two seconds interrupts all of the currently
active products (coffee products only during the infusion phase).
4.4.3.
Decaffeinated coffee
4.4.3.1.
Prepare decaffeinated coffee manually
‹ The coffee machine is either programmed to serve decaffeinated coffee ex factory, or
this feature may be enabled by the service engineer.
Attention!
Use ground coffee only.
1. Place cup under the coffee outlet (the height of the outlet can be adjusted to the cup).
2. Press [
] key.
3. Press the corresponding coffee product key.
The following message is displayed:
select product
coffee powder
4. Place coffee powder in funnel.
5. Press the flashing red [ ] key.
6. The coffee is prepared and served.
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4.4.3.2.
Prepare decaffeinated coffee using the coffee mill and DECAF key
‹ The coffee machine is either programmed to prepare decaffeinated coffee via a coffee mill ex factory, or this feature may be enabled by the service engineer.
1. Place cup under the coffee outlet (the height of the outlet can be adjusted to the cup)
2. Press [
] key.
3. Press the corresponding coffee product key.
The following message is displayed:
select product
coffee powder
4. Place powder in funnel.
5. Press [ ] key (LED blinks).
Note:
Pressing the [
] key causes the decaffeinated coffee to be taken out of the right-hand
or left-hand coffee mill and ground. The same keys are thus used to make both decaffeinated and non-decaffeinated coffee, but two different mills come into play.
4.4.3.3.
Prepare decaffeinated coffee using the coffee mill without the DECAF key
1. Place cup under the coffee outlet (the height of the outlet can be adjusted to the cup)
2. Press the corresponding coffee product key.
The following message is displayed
select product
choice 1 supply 1
Note:
The caffeine-free bean coffee is automatically drawn in by the programmed coffee grinder
and ground.
With this program procedure, separate keys must be set for decaffeinated products.
4.4.4.
Prepare tea
1. Place tea glass under the hot water outlet.
Danger!
Do not grip the hot water outlet (danger of scalding)!
2. Press the [
] key. The following message is displayed:
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3. The hot water is served. If the programmed temperature has not been reached, the
following message is displayed:
select product
heating tea
Coffee and tea (as well as steam if fitted) are available simultaneously.
‹ Pressing the [
] key stops the hot water prematurely.
‹ Hot water cannot be pre-selected.
‹ Once the coffee machine has been switched off, no hot water is available until the
system has warmed up.
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4.4.5.
Heat beverage
Danger!
Point the steam pipe towards the drip tray!
1. Briefly press the [
] key twice in rapid succession to remove condensation from
the pipe (only possible in start/stop mode).
2. Immerse the steam pipe into the beverage until it touches the bottom of the recipient.
3. Press the [
] key again:
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Steam is produced.
4. Heat up contents by raising and lowering the recipient (the deeper the sound, the
higher the temperature). The steam is automatically switched off once the preset time
runs out.
5. Repeat steps 3 and 4 until the required temperature is attained.
6. Put recipient to one side.
Danger!
Only use the rubber handle to move the steam pipe. Take care the cleaning cloth
does not slip out of your hand. Point the steam pipe towards the drip tray!
7. Clean the steam pipe with a damp cloth.
8. Press the [
] key twice in rapid succession again (=clean steam pipe).
‹ Pressing the [
] key again prematurely terminates steam output if the coffee machine is in start/stop mode.
‹ The steam pipe must be kept immersed while steam is emitted.
‹ The beverage may spit when it reaches boiling point.
‹ If steam is drawn off in payment mode, pressing the cleaning key immediately after
heating will trigger a jet of steam to clean the pipe.
‹ Steam cannot be pre-selected.
‹ When the coffee machine is switched on, no steam can be drawn off until the system
has warmed up
„
4.4.6.
Option of automatic steam cut-out by programmed temperature (automatic steam
cut-out).
(See chapter 7.7.)
Prepare hot milk (only with optional refrigerator)
Attention!
Do not use unpasteurized milk! Only use pasteurized or UHT milk!
Perform a rinsing operation every time you serve milk, unless automatic rinsing has been
preprogrammed!
„
Optional feature:
1. Place an empty cup under the outlet.
2. Select milk key.
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3. Product is served.
‹ Pressing the key again turns milk off prematurely if the coffee machine is in start/stop
mode.
‹ Hot milk cannot be pre-selected.
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Note:
The milk in the refrigerator must have a temperature of 3°C-5°C in order for perfect product quality to be guaranteed. Do not refill with milk, which temperature exceeds 6°C!
4.4.7.
Prepare milk foam (only with optional refrigerator)
Attention!
Do not use unpasteurized milk! Only use pasteurized or UHT milk!
Perform a rinsing operation every time you serve milk, unless automatic rinsing has been
pre-programmed!
„
Optional feature:
1. Place the coffee or other recipient under the outlet.
2. Select milk foam key.
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3. Product is served.
‹ Pressing the key again turns milk foam off prematurely if the coffee machine is in
start/stop mode.
‹ Milk foam cannot be pre-selected.
Note:
The milk in the refrigerator must have a temperature of 3°C-5°C in order for perfect product quality to be guaranteed.
4.4.8.
Prepare Cappuccino Magic, milk coffee, Latté or Macchiato automatically (with optio. refrigera.)
„
Optional feature:
‹ If your coffee machine has a payment system installed and enabled, please read the
instructions in chapter 6.0.
‹ Coffee and hot water are available simultaneously.
‹ Pressing the [ ] key deselects the pre-selected product (only if payment is disabled).
‹ Holding down the [ ] key for more than two seconds interrupts all of the currently
active products (coffee products only during the infusion phase).
1. Place cup under the coffee outlet (the height of the outlet can be adjusted to the cup).
2. Press the desired product key
3. The LED of the selected key lights up red and the following message is displayed:
select product
choice 1 supply 1
4. The coffee is freshly prepared and served automatically.
‹ Depending on the programming:
- The keys can be pre-selected in any order as often as wished.
- Other messages may appear (error messages).
‹ The [ ] key cancels pre-selected products..
‹ Cancellation of pre-selected products is not possible in payment mode.
‹ The milk in the refrigerator must have a temperature of 3°C-5°C in order for perfect
quality to be guaranteed.
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4.4.9.
Terminating operation / Switching the coffee machine off
If the coffee machine is not used for longer periods, e.g. nights, it can be switched to
stand-by. In this mode the boilers are not kept at temperature and the dispensing of beverages is not possible. But the refrigerator keeps cooling.
1. Do the daily cleaning:
+ Chapter 5, “Cleaning“
2. Switch the coffee machine to stand-by by keeping the [ ] key pressed down for
about three seconds until the display light goes out. Then release the key Î the display shows:
<<Standby>>
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4.4.10.
Longer idle time:
If the coffee machine is not used for several weeks or months (e.g. at the end of the season), the coffee machine and probably also the refrigerator should be switched off.
Several weeks (e.g. business vacation):
1. Do the weekly cleaning.
+ Chapter 5, “Cleaning“
If the refrigerator option is installed, defrost the refrigerator.
+ Chapter 5.5, “Defrosting the Refrigerator“
2. Close the fresh water supply tap.
3. Pull the mains plug from the socket, respectively cut off the power supply with the
master switch.
If the refrigerator option is installed turn the thermostat regulator anti-clockwise until
the end. To avoid mould growth and unpleasant smells in the refrigerator, empty it
completely, clean the interior space and the door insulation and leave the door open
a little. If necessary, place something to prevent the door closing.
+ Chapter 7.1.5.2, “Set temperature at the refrigerator”, page 7-7
The picture shows the refrigerator with
door open.
Several months (e.g. end of season)
1. Do steps 1 to 3 as described above for “Several weeks.”
2. Remove the coffee beans from the bean container (vacuum cleaner)..
3. On premises where the temperature can drop below zero, the boilers have to be
emptied. For this you should call in a service technician authorized by the manufacturer..
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Attention!
Be sure when operation restarts the first thing is to reopen the fresh water supply,
and only then should the power supply be restored.
4.4.11.
Disassembly
4.4.11.1.
Disassembly of the coffee machine
Please contact an after sales service organization, authorized by the manufacturer.
4.4.11.2.
Disassembly of the refrigerator
Please contact an after sales service organization, authorized by the manufacturer.
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4.5.
Programming using standard chip cards
The CHEF and SAVE DATA cards are part of the standard delivery package. They
provide a simple means of changing settings or retrieving information from the coffee
machine.
‹ For all the functions described in this chapter, it is assumed that the coffee machine
is ready for routine operation in normal operating mode.
‹ Keep the chip cards in a safe place where only authorized persons have access to
them.
‹ When a chip card is in the card reader, no products can be selected.
4.5.1.
CHEF card
The CHEF card enables the principal settings or modifications to be undertaken for
routine operation.
4.5.1.1.
Menu
-
Read daily counter for coffees and teas per key.
Reset product counter
Read monthly counter
Change quantity of product dispensed
Change quantity of coffee ground
Change on/off timer
Change time
Change date
Change PIN code
Delete the “service wanted” message
‹ At the end of every menu:
Press [ ] or [ ] key to reach the next menu or remove CHEF card Î coffee machine
ready in normal operating mode.
4.5.1.2.
Read product counter for coffees and teas per key
1. Insert CHEF card into the card reader.
2. Press [ ] or [ ] until the following menu is displayed:
total prod. counter
K:
xxx T: xxx
= Displayed value is the total of all coffee and tea products.
3. Individual product totals can be read successively by pressing the respective product
keys.
total prod. counter
quantity
#####
4. Press [
Press [
= Displayed value is the total of the selected product key.
] key to return to message displayed in no. 2.
] or [
] key to reach next menu,
or remove CHEF card Î coffee machine ready in normal operating mode.
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4.5.1.3.
Reset counter
1. Insert CHEF card into the card reader.
2. Press [ ] or [ ] until the following menu is displayed:
delete counter
execute ` Decaf `
3. Press [
] key:
delete counter
delete ? ` Decaf `
4. Press [
] key:
delete counter
.. Done ..
total prod. counter
K:
xxx T: xxx
5. Press [ ] or [ ] key to reach next menu, remove CHEF card Î coffee machine
ready in normal operating mode.
4.5.1.4.
Change quantity of coffee ground (coffee powder)
This function determines the amount of coffee powder that is dispensed for each individual coffee product.
1. Insert CHEF card into the card reader.
2. Press [ ] or [ ] until the following menu is displayed:
change grind quantity
select product
3. Press the key for the relevant product.
change grind quanti.
grind quantity +0%
4. Press the [ ] or [ ] to raise or lower the amount of coffee powder dispensed by +/percent.
5. Press [
] key to confirm the setting or modification.
6. The new setting is now activated.
7. Repeat steps 3 to 6 if the quantity is incorrect or if other product quantities need to be
modified.
Press the [ ] or [ ] key to reach next menu or remove CHEF card Î coffee machine ready in normal operating mode.
4.5.1.5.
Change quantity Î water and/or milk for coffee products
This function determines the amount of water and/or milk dispensed for each individual product (all coffee products and milk).
1. Insert CHEF card into the card reader.
2. Press [ ] or [ ] until the following menu is displayed:
change fill quantity
select product
3. Press the key for the relevant product.
change fill quantity
water quantity +0%
4. Press the [
5. Press the [
] or [ ] to raise or lower the amount of water dispensed by +/- percent.
] key to confirm the setting or modification.
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6. The new water setting is now activated. Repeat steps 7 to 8 for products with milk
(only with optional refrigerator).For products without milk, go to step 9.
change fill quantity
milk quantity +0%
7. Press the [ ] or [ ] to raise or lower the amount of milk dispensed by +/- percent.
8. Press [
] key to confirm the setting or modification.
The new setting is now activated.
9. Repeat steps 3 to 6 for water and steps 3 to 9 for milk if the quantity is incorrect or if
other product quantities need to be modified.
Press [ ] or [ ] key to reach next menu or remove CHEF card Î coffee machine
ready in normal operating mode.
4.5.1.6.
Change dosing time Î steam, hot milk and/or milk foam
This function determines the length of time during which milk and/or milk foam are dispensed for each individual product.
‹ Start/stop function is enabled:
The dosing time cannot be set. The length of time is determined by a fixed timeout
facility and can only be changed by a service engineer.
‹ Start/stop function is disabled:
Set the dosing time as follows
1. Insert CHEF card into the card reader.
2. Press [ ] or [ ] key until the following menu is displayed:
change fill quantity
select product
3. Press the key for the relevant product:
change fill quantity
doser time
+0%
4. Press the [ ] or [ ] to raise or lower the length of time/amount dispensed by +/percent.
5. Press [
] key to confirm the setting or modification.
6. The new dosing time/quantity setting is now activated.
7. Repeat steps 3 to 6 if the dispensing time/quantity is incorrect or if it needs changing
for other products as well.
Press [ ] or [ ] key to reach next menu
or remove CHEF card Î coffee machine ready in normal operating mode.
4.5.1.7.
Change on/off time
The appliance can be programmed to switch itself on and off automatically, e.g. to
save electricity.
(This feature must be enabled by the service engineer if it is not available).
1. Insert CHEF card into the card reader.
2. Press [ ] or [ ] key until the following menu is displayed:
on / off time
execute `Decaf `
3. Press [
] key.
switch on 00:00
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4. Set the hour at which the coffee machine is to come on using the [
] or [
] keys.
switch on 23:00
5. Press [
] key.
6. Set the minutes at which the coffee machine is to come on using the [
] or [
] keys.
switch on 23:30
7. Press [
] key.
switch on
switch off
8.
23:30
00:00
Set the hour at which the coffee machine is to turn off using the [
switch on
switch off
] or [
23:30
06:00
9. Press [
] key.
10. Set the minutes at which the coffee machine is to turn off using the [
switch on
switch off
] keys.
] or [
] keys.
23:30
06:15
11. Press [
] key.
12. Press [ ] or [ ] key to reach next menu, remove CHEF card Î coffee machine
ready in normal operating mode.
‹ If the coffee machine switches itself off automatically, it can be switched on again at
any time by pressing the [ ] key. In this event, the automatic on/off facility is interrupted for the duration of the cycle. (During the minute at which the coffee machine is
programmed to switch itself off, it cannot be switched on. Wait until the next minute).
‹ The service engineer can activate separate automatic on/off times for each workday.
For example, the coffee machine can be switched on automatically from Mondays to
Fridays, remains off during the weekend but can be switched on again manually at
any time.
‹ If all on/off values are set to zero, the timer is deactivated.
4.5.1.8.
Change time
1. Insert CHEF card into the card reader.
2. Press [ ] or [ ] key until the following menu is displayed:
change time
execute ` Decaf `
3. Press [
] key.
change time
12:00:00
4.
5.
6.
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Set the hour using the [ ] or [ ] key.
Confirm by pressing the [
] key.
Repeat steps 4 and 5 to set the minutes and seconds.
Press [ ] or [ ] key to reach next menu,
remove CHEF card Î coffee machine ready in normal operating mode.
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4.5.1.9.
Change date
1. Insert CHEF card into the card reader.
2. Press [ ] or [ ] key until the following menu is displayed:
change date
execute
` Decaf `
3.
Press [
] key.
change date
15.10.2001
4.
5.
6.
7.
4.5.1.10.
Set the date using the [ ] or [ ] key.
Confirm by pressing the [
] key.
Repeat steps 4 and 5 to set the month and the year.
Press [ ] or [ ] key to reach next menu, remove CHEF card Î coffee machine
ready in normal operating mode.
Change PIN code
1. Insert CHEF card into the card reader.
2. Press [ ] or [ ] key until the following menu is displayed:
change PIN-code
execute `Decaf `
3. Press
key.
PIN-Code
0000
`+/- ` ` Decaf `Æ
4.
5.
6.
7.
Set the first digit of the new PIN code using the [ ] and [ ] keys.
Confirm by pressing the [
] key.
Repeat steps 4 and 5 for each successive digit until the full PIN code is entered.
Press [ ] or [ ] key to reach next menu, remove CHEF card Î coffee machine
ready in normal operating mode.
‹ Pressing the [
] key accepts existing settings.
‹ The PIN code is only activated if so programmed.
‹ The current PIN code is not displayed.
4.5.1.11.
Service reminder
‹ The following optional message is only displayed if programmed:
select product
service wanted
‹ If this message was enabled by the installer for the CHEF card, it can be suppressed.
1. Insert CHEF card into the card reader.
2. Press [ ] or [ ] key until the following selection is displayed:
service wanted
service counter
45011
(Number is only an example)
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3. Press [
] key.
service wanted
delete? ‘Decaf’
4. Press [
] key. (The message is suppressed).
‹ If the “service wanted” reminder is programmed but cannot be suppressed using the
CHEF card, the total number of coffees served and the total of all products may be
queried from step 3 by holding the Decaf key pressed down. The service reminder
message will continue to be displayed.
4.5.2.
SAVE DATA card
The SAVE DATA card is a backup card to which all the coffee machine data can be
saved.
‹ Whenever settings are changed by the service engineer, the coffee machine requests the programmer to save the new settings on the SAVE DATA card.
‹ The SAVE DATA cards should be stored in a safe place where they can be found
easily.
‹ Only replace SAVE DATA cards after prior agreement with the licensed after sales
service.
SAVE DATA A
= Level A
SAVE DATA B
= Level B
SAVE DATA Plus = All
4.5.2.1.
to
Version 1.04
to
Version 1.04
from Version 1.05
Menu
-
Machine Î card
Card Î machine
‹ At the end of every menu:
Remove SAVE DATA card Î coffee machine ready in normal operating mode.
4.5.2.2.
Save coffee machine data to card
1. Insert SAVE DATA card into the card reader.
2. Press [ ] or [ ] until the following menu is displayed:
SAVE DATA
machine Æ card
3. Press [
] key to save the data from the coffee machine to the card:
.. Save ..
4. A signal indicates that the data have been saved. The coffee machine returns to normal operating mode.
select product
12:00
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5. Remove SAVE DATA card from the card reader.
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4.5.2.3.
Load machine data from card to coffee machine
1. Insert SAVE DATA card into the card reader.
2. Press [ ] or [ ] until the following menu is displayed:
SAVE DATA
card Æ machine
3. Press [
] key to save the data from the card to the coffee machine:
.. Load ..
4. A signal indicates that the data have been transferred. The date of the previous
backup is displayed:
12:00
last backup
15.10.2001
5. Remove SAVE DATA card from the card reader:
select product
12:00
15.10.2001
The coffee machine returns to normal operating mode.
4.6.
Programming using optional chip cards
The chip cards described in this chapter are available as optional features and are
not included in the standard delivery package. You will find a list and a brief description of the available chip cards in chapter 2.6.2.
Note:
For all the functions described in this list, it is assumed that the coffee machine is ready
for routine operation in normal operating mode.
When a chip card is in the card reader, no products can be selected.
4.6.1.
PROGRAM card
In normal operating mode, the PROGRAM card is used for statistical purposes. If a
payment system is installed, the requisite settings for payment mode are made using
this card.
4.6.1.1.
Menu
-
Enable/disable payment mode
Switch prices
MONEY card price levels 1+2
Change token price with or without MONEY cards price levels 1+2.
Change product prices and article numbers (Only for external payment mode)
Display MONEY sales
Reset MONEY sales
Display MASTER sales
Reset MASTER sales
Log on MASTER card
Delete MASTER card table
Enable/disable timer
Change PIN code
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‹ At the end of every menu:
Remove PROGRAM card Î coffee machine ready in normal operating mode.
Press [ ] or [ ] key to reach the next menu.
4.6.1.2.
Programmable security level
If the service engineer has programmed security levels 1 or 3 for the PROGRAM
card, the PIN code must be entered each time the coffee machine is used.
1. Insert PROGRAM card into the card reader:
PIN-Code 0000
` +/- `
` Decaf Æ`
2.
3.
4.
5.
Set the first digit of the PIN code using the [ ] and [ ] keys.
Confirm by pressing the [
] key.
Repeat steps 4 and 5 for each successive digit until the full PIN code is entered.
Press [ ] or [ ] key to reach next menu, remove PROGRAM card Î coffee machine ready in normal operating mode.
‹ Pressing the [
] key accepts existing settings.
‹ The PIN code is only activated if so programmed.
‹ The current PIN code is not displayed.
4.6.1.3.
Enable/disable payment mode
The licensed after sales service agent uses this function to enable or disable the programmed payment mode. It applies only to coffee machines connected to a payment
system.
1.
2.
Insert PROGRAM card into the card reader:
Press [ ] or [ ] until the following menu is displayed:
accounting mode
........
3.
4.
4.6.1.4.
Toggle enable and disable by pressing the [
] key.
Press the [ ] or [ ] key to reach next menu, remove PROGRAM card Î coffee
machine ready in normal operating mode.
Switch prices
‹ If all values are set to zero, the switch price function is automatically disabled and
price level 1 activated.
1. Insert PROGRAM card into the card reader.
2. Press [ ] or [ ] until the following menu is displayed
change price level
execute ` Decaf `
3. Press [
] key.
price – 1 00:00
4. Enter the number before the decimal point by pressing the [
0-99).
] and [
] keys (price 1
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5. Confirm by pressing the [
] key.
price – 1 xx:00
6. Enter the numbers after the decimal point by pressing the [
0-99).
7. Confirm by pressing the [
] key.
] and [
] keys (price 1
price – 1 xx:xx
price – 2 00:00
8. Enter the numbers before the decimal point by pressing the [
2 0-99).
9. Confirm by pressing the [
] key.
] and [
] keys (Price
price – 1 xx:xx
price – 2 xx:00
10. Enter the numbers after the decimal point by pressing the [ ] and [ ] keys (Price 2
0-99).
11. Confirm by pressing [
] key.
12. Press [ ] or [ ] to reach next menu item, remove PROGRAM card.
insert card
SAVE DATA / Key..
13. If changed data are to be saved to the DATA SAVE card, insert the DATA SAVE
card.
... Save …
14. Wait for the signal.
credit operation
12:00
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15. If changed data are not to be saved to the DATA SAVE card, press [
4.6.1.5.
] key.
Change MONEY card price levels 1 + 2
1. Insert PROGRAM card into the card reader:
2. Press [ ] or [ ] until the following menu is displayed:
change price
select product
3. Press required product key.
price level
product price
-1
0:00
4. Enter the first product price by pressing keys [
] key.
5. Confirm by pressing the [
price level
product price
6.
7.
8.
9.
] and [
] (0-99.99).
-2
0:00
Enter the second product price by pressing keys [ ] and [ ] (0-99.99).
Confirm by pressing the [
] key.
Repeat steps 3 and 7 for each successive product price change.
Press [ ] or [ ] to reach next menu, remove PROGRAM card Î
insert card
SAVE DATA / Key..
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10. If the changed data are to be saved on the DATA SAVE card, insert this card.
... Save …
11. Wait for the acoustic signal.
credit operation
12:00
15.10.2001
12. If changed data are not to be saved to the DATA SAVE card, press [
4.6.1.6.
] key
Change token price with or without MONEY card price levels 1 + 2
1. Insert PROGRAM card into the card reader:
2. Press [ ] or [ ] until the following menu is displayed:
change price
select product
3. Press required product key.
price level 1
Price ##.##
4. Enter the first product price by pressing keys [ ] and [
Enter 0.00 if MONEY card mode is not enabled.
5. Confirm by pressing the [
] key.
] (0-99.99).
price level 2
Price ##.##
6. Enter the second product price by pressing keys [
Enter 0.00 if MONEY card feature is not enabled.
7. Confirm by pressing the [
] key.
] and [
] (0-99.99).
token tester
number token #
8.
9.
10.
11.
Enter the number of tokens that corresponds to the product price.
Confirm by pressing the [
] key.
Repeat steps 3 and 9 for each successive product price change.
Press [ ] or [ ] to reach next menu item,
Remove PROGRAM card Î
insert card
SAVE DATA / Key..
12. If the changed data are to be saved on the DATA SAVE card, insert this card.
... Save …
13. Wait for the acoustic signal.
credit operation
12:00
15.10.2001
14. If the changed data are NOT to be saved on the DATA SAVE card, press the [
]
key.
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4.6.1.7.
Change product price and article number (for external CCI / CSI payment systems)
1. Insert PROGRAM card into the card reader:
2. Press [ ] or [ ] until the following menu is displayed:
change price
select product
3. Press required product key.
price level 1
Price ##.##
4. Enter the first product price by pressing keys [
pressing the [
] key.
] and [
] (0-99.99). Confirm by
] and [
] (0-99.99).
price level 2
Price ##.##
5. Enter the second product price by pressing keys [
] key.
6. Confirm by pressing the [
single product
article no. 0
7. Enter the product article number by pressing keys [
8. Confirm by pressing the [
] key.
] and [
] (0-99).
double product
article no. 0
9. Enter the product article number by pressing keys [ ] and [ ] (0-99).
10. Confirm by pressing the [
] key.
11. Repeat steps 3 and 10 for each successive product price and/or article number
change.
12. Press [ ] or [ ] to reach next menu item, remove PROGRAM card Î
insert card
SAVE DATA / Key..
13. If the changed data are to be saved on the DATA SAVE card, insert this card.
... Save …
14. Wait for the acoustic signal.
credit operation
12:00
15.10.2001
15. If the changed data are NOT to be saved on the DATA SAVE card, press the [
key.
4.6.1.8.
]
Display MONEY sales
1. Insert PROGRAM card into the card reader:
2. Press [ ] or [ ] until the following menu is displayed:
sale amount MONEY
amount
0.00
3. Press [ ] or [ ] to reach next menu, remove PROGRAM card Î coffee machine is
ready in normal operating mode.
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4.6.1.9.
Reset MONEY sales
1. Insert PROGRAM card into the card reader:
2. Press [ ] or [ ] until the following menu is displayed:
sale amount MONEY
amount
0.00
3. Press [
] key.
sale amount MONEY
delete ? ` Decaf `
4. Press [
] key.
... Done …
5. Press [ ] or [ ] to reach next menu, remove PROGRAM card Î coffee machine is
ready in normal operating mode.
4.6.1.10.
Display MASTER card
1. Insert PROGRAM card into the card reader:
2. Press [ ] or [ ] until the following menu is displayed:
sale amount MASTER
amount
0.00
3. Press [ ] or [ ] to reach next menu, remove PROGRAM card Î coffee machine is
ready in normal operating mode.
4.6.1.11.
Reset MASTER card
1. Insert PROGRAM card into the card reader:
2. Press [ ] or [ ] until the following menu is displayed:
sale amount MASTER
amount
0.00
3. Press [
] key.
sale amount MASTER
delete ? ` Decaf `
4. Press [
] key.
... Done …
5. Press [ ] or [ ] key to reach next menu, remove PROGRAM card Î coffee machine is ready in normal operating mode.
4.6.1.12.
Log on MASTER card
1. Insert PROGRAM card into the card reader:
2. Press [
] or [
] until the following menu is displayed:
log on MASTER
execute ` Decaf `
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3. Press [
] key.
remove card
4.
Remove PROGRAM card:
insert card
MASTER/PROGRAM
5.
Insert MASTER card.
card logged on
remove card
6.
Remove MASTER card.
insert card
MASTER/PROGRAM
If other MASTER cards are to be logged on, repeat steps 5 and 6 several times.
7.
Press [ ] or [ ] to reach next menu, remove PROGRAM card Î coffee machine is
ready in normal operating mode.
‹ Up to 20 cards can be programmed.
4.6.1.13.
Delete MASTER table
1. Insert PROGRAM card into the card reader.
2. Press [ ] or [ ] until the following menu is displayed:
delete MASTER
execute ` Decaf `
3.
Press [
] key.
delete MASTER
delete ? ` Decaf `
4.
Press [
] key.
delete MASTER
.. Done ..
‹ If you do not wish to delete the table, Press [ ] or [ ] to reach next menu, remove PROGRAM card Î coffee machine is ready in normal operating mode.
4.6.1.14.
Change PIN code
1. Insert PROGRAM card into the card reader:
2. Press [ ] or [ ] until the following menu is displayed:
change PIN-code
execute ` Decaf `
3.
Press [
] key.
change PIN-code
execute ` Decaf `
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4. Press [
] key.
PIN-Code
0000
` +/- `
` Decaf `
4.6.2.
5.
6.
7.
8.
Set the first digit of the new PIN code using keys [ ] and [ ]
Confirm by pressing the [
] key.
Repeat steps 5 and 6 for each successive digit until the full PIN code is entered.
Press [ ] or [ ] to reach next menu, remove PROGRAM card Î coffee machine
ready in normal operating mode..
‹
‹
‹
‹
Pressing the [
] key accepts existing settings.
The PIN code is only activated if so programmed.
The current PIN code is not displayed.
In the event of an incorrect entry, repeat steps 3 to 7.
KEY BLOCK card
The KEY BLOCK card enables you to enable and disable product keys.
4.6.2.1.
Menu
-
4.6.2.2.
Disable
Enable
Disable keys
1. Insert KEY BLOCK card into the card reader.
2. All of the enabled product keys light up red:
lock buttons
select product
3. Press the product key you wish to disable. The light in the relevant key goes out.
4. Remove KEY BLOCK card. The product key is now disabled.
‹ Disable all product keys Î Press [ ] key (display LED lights up).
‹ Several keys can be disabled simultaneously.
‹ Non-programmed product keys do not light up when the KEY BLOCK card is inserted
and cannot be disabled/enabled.
4.6.2.3.
Enable keys
1. Insert KEY BLOCK card into the card reader.
2. All of the product keys which do not light up red are disabled:
lock buttons
select product
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3. Press the product key you wish to enable. The key lights up red.
4. Remove the KEY BLOCK card.
‹ If all the product keys had previously been disabled using the [ ] key, this action can
be cancelled: Î Press [ ] key: the disabled product keys are enabled again.
‹ Several keys can be enabled simultaneously.
‹ Non-programmed product keys do not light up when the KEY BLOCK card is inserted
and cannot be disabled/enabled.
4.6.3.
COFFEE TEST card
The COFFEE TEST card enables you to test the amount of coffee ground and the
grinding time per coffee product.
This function offered by the COFFEE TEST card will also be appreciated by the coffee supplier when adapting a new blend to the coffee machine.
4.6.3.1.
Menu
‹ Coffee test. At the end of every menu:
Remove COFFEE TEST card Î coffee machine is ready in normal operating mode.
4.6.3.2.
Ground coffee test program
1. Insert COFFEE TEST card into the card reader:
CHEF
grinder test
remove container
2. Remove grouts container Î Coffee machine enters infusion phase:
grinder test
select product
3. Place flat container in the container shaft underneath the coffee machine.
4. Press the key of the coffee product to be tested Î the ground coffee falls into the
container.
grinder test
grind quantity + 0 %
5. Check the amount of ground coffee.
Raise the % amount by pressing [ ].
Lower the % amount by pressing [ ].
The new setting is automatically considered as 100% once the procedure is terminated.
6. Confirm by pressing the [
] key.
grinder test
select product
Repeat steps 3 to 6 to test other products.
7. Put grouts container back.
8. Remove COFFEE TEST card Î coffee machine returns to normal operating mode:
select product
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5.
Contents
Chapter
Text
5
CLEANING.......................................................................................... 5-2
5.1
Important general notes on cleaning..............................................................................................5-2
5.2
5.2.1
5.2.2
5.2.3
Rinsing in between:..........................................................................................................................5-3
Rinsing the coffee pipes .....................................................................................................................5-3
Rinsing the milk pipes (fridge option) .................................................................................................5-3
Steam cleaning the milk pipes (fridge option).....................................................................................5-4
5.3
5.3.1
5.3.2
Daily cleaning coffee machine with fridge .....................................................................................5-5
Inside Cleaning ...................................................................................................................................5-5
Outside cleaning ...............................................................................................................................5-15
5.4
5.4.1
5.4.2
5.4.3
Weekly cleaning coffee machine with fridge ...............................................................................5-16
Dismantling and cleaning the milk pipe system................................................................................5-16
Reassembling / Major cleaning ........................................................................................................5-20
Table for reassembling the milk pipe system ...................................................................................5-26
5.5
Defrosting the fridge ......................................................................................................................5-27
5.6
Fridge maintenance........................................................................................................................5-27
5.7
5.7.1
5.7.2
Cleaning coffee machine (without fridge) ....................................................................................5-28
Inside Cleaning .................................................................................................................................5-28
Outside cleaning ...............................................................................................................................5-33
5.8
5.8.1
5.8.2
Cleaning instructions for cappuccinatore CPT (option).............................................................5-34
Daily cleaning of CPT (option)..........................................................................................................5-35
Weekly cleaning of CPT (option) ......................................................................................................5-35
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5 CLEANING
5.1 Important general notes on cleaning
Danger of burns!
Never reach inside the machine during the automatic cleaning and do not work
underneath the beverage outlet.
Watch for sharp edges when you clean.
Danger!
Never clean the machine with a hose, a high pressure cleaner or steam cleaner.
Never immerse the machine in water!
Attention!
Please follow the generally valid hygiene HACCP regulations!
• Always wash and disinfect your hands carefully before you clean the machine!
• Never refill milk.
• Always remove leftovers from the milk container.
• Always clean the milk container thoroughly before filling it with fresh milk.
• Only use milk that is no warmer than 3°C - 5°C.
• Clean the milk container every day.
• Replace the milk in the milk container with fresh milk once a day.
• Don’t use raw milk. Use only pasteurized or ultrahigh temperature treated (UHT)
milk.
• Empty the milk container if the machine will not be used for more than 24 hours.
Fill the milk container with fresh milk only just before use.
• Fill the milk container with fresh milk only.
• Make sure that the fridge door is closed during cleaning!
• Never use the milk container for cleaning and the cleaning container for milk!
• Use only clean, cold water for automatic self-cleaning and follow the measuring
instructions for the cleaning agent as well as the cleaning safety regulations on
the detergent package!
• Never use abrasives, scrubbers or cleaning tools made of metal!
• Use only cleaning agents that have been recommended by the manufacturer.
• Read the information on cleaning agents in Chapter 10.2 “Appendix” and/or the
enclosed safety data sheets carefully.
• Ask the manufacturer or an after sales service organization, authorized by the
manufacturer, for advice on the cleaning tools you should use.
Note:
•
•
Please note that some of the parts may differ from the ones in the pictures.
All the machine’s product outlets will be blocked during the cleaning cycle.
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•
•
•
•
•
The machine cleaning program consists of an automatic self-cleaning cycle and a
manual cycle. Together they form an operation cycle.
In order that all dispensed beverages obtain the best possible quality, it is absolutely necessary to clean the machine and the existing options thoroughly on a
daily and weekly basis.
You can use a commercial dish detergent and cold, clean water to clean the milk
container during the rinsing cycle.
Measure the milk temperature every day with a clean thermometer (maximum 5 °
C) and make a note of the range in a chart.
If the milk’s temperature is too high:
Check that the fridge door is tightly closed.
Check
the
temperature
control
setting.
Chapter 7.1.5.2 “Regulating the fridge’s temperature“, page 7-7.
Check the machine’s power supply (mains plug, fuse).
5.2 Rinsing in between:
5.2.1
Rinsing the coffee pipes
In between rinsing is available in normal and payment mode.
You can rinse in between as required.
Hold the [ / ] button down for 5 seconds (cleaning button).
‹ Display message:
Cleaning
Container entfernen
Press briefly on the [
/
] button (approx. 1 cup of water).
Rinsing
Selection locked
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The machine is now ready for use.
Note:
A service technician can program an automatic rinsing cycle so that the automatic
rinsing is triggered at regular intervals (0-300 min) without the products being dispersed. You will hear six short continuous beeps, just before the automatic rinsing is
activated, to alert you that the automatic rinsing is in use.
5.2.2
Rinsing the milk pipes (fridge option)
Attention!
It is absolutely necessary to rinse the milk pipes each time a milk product has been
used to provide and maintain a bacteria-free and healthy environment.
Note:
There are two variants available that can be adjusted by an after sales service organization, authorized by the manufacturer.
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Danger of burns!
Do not reach underneath the beverage outlet during the automatic
rinsing!
1. The milk pipes are rinsed automatically:
Rinsing is registered after each milk product serving and is automatically activated
after all pre-selected products have been served. A time delay (standard time 30
seconds) is programmed between the last product serving and the automatic rinsing. If a new product is chosen in this time period, the product will be served immediately, and the time delay reset at zero. When the rinsing is activated, the product
choice will be blocked for 12 seconds (standard time).
‹
‹
The [ / ] button (= cleaning button) is blinking
Display message:
Rinsing
Selection locked
2. The milk pipes are rinsed manually:
Rinsing is registered after each milk product serving.
‹
Display message:
select product
Please rinse cappuc.
‹
This message will be displayed until the rinsing has started.
It is still possible to serve products.
[ / ] Press the [ ] button to start the rinsing. When the rinsing is activated, the
product choice will be blocked for 12 seconds (standard time).
Display message:
Rinsing
Selection locked
5.2.3
Steam cleaning the milk pipes (fridge option)
Danger of burns!
Do not reach underneath the beverage outlet during the steam cleaning process!
Steam cleaning is a quick milk pipe cleaning. If the rinsing (Chapter 5.2.2 "Rinsing the
milk pipes”, page 5-3) did not activate, then there is still milk left in the pipes that could
impair the quality of the next product.
Steam cleaning will prevent this from happening, because two short bursts of steam
are released five seconds after the milk product is served. This guarantees that each
product is served with the right color and taste.
Note:
You can ask an after sales service organization, authorized by the manufacturer, to
have the steam cleaning activated or deactivated after products have been served.
However, the steam cleaning cannot be deactivated during cleaning and rinsing.
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5.3.1
Inside Cleaning
1
1.
Wash your hands carefully. Protect open
wounds.
You may use protective gloves.
2
2.
Open the coffee machine’s service door
(panel) while pulling the left side forwards
and swinging it completely open.
‹
Display message:
Selection locked
door open
3
3.1
3.2
a
b
3.3
Swing the outlet cover (a) upwards.
Take the outlet insert (b) out by pulling
downwards.
Clean the outlet insert (b) with a soft brush.
Then rinse with plenty of clean, lukewarm
water.
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4.
Pull the foamer head (a) out.
5.
Remove the tube adapter (a) from the
foamer head’s middle part.
6.1
Remove the expander (a) from the T-piece
(b).
7.1
Remove the expander cover (a) and the baffle (b) from the expander (c).
Remove the milk residues under running
warm water with a soft brush.
Check if the washers (d) are intact.
a
5
a
b
6
a
b
7
1.
a
7.2
7.3
Order number packing rings (set):
d: 065'232
c
b
d
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.4
7.4
7.5
b
7.6
Place the baffle (b) on the expander (c).
Seal off the smaller opening on the expander (c) with your thumb.
Fill the expander with water.
c
7
.7
7.7
a
7.7
b
7.8
Place the expander cover (a) on the expander (c).
Now press on the cover (a) with your finger:
A fine water jet will escape from the baffle’s
hole.
If this does not happen, clean the hole with
a fine solid object and repeat from step 7.4
to 7.7.
c
8
a
1
8.1
8.2
2
8.3
8.4
8.5
b
3
c
Dismantle the foamer head as shown in the
picture.
Clean the foamer head parts with a soft
brush under running water.
Check whether the packing rings (a and b)
are still intact.
Reassemble the foamer head.
Make sure you know where the outlet openings are located on the foamer head’s lower
part!
Order number packing rings:
a: 063'499
b: 063'496
1
2
3
a
b
c
Foamer head cover
Foamer head’s middle part
Foamer head’s lower part
Packing rings for foamer head’s cover
Packing rings for foamer head’s lower part
Outlet openings
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a (blue)
b (white)
9
Attention!
Make sure that the tubes (a and b) and the tube
adapter’s plug-ins are connected according to
color as shown in the picture.
c
white
9.
Put the tube adapter (c) back into the foamer
head (d).
10.
Push the foamer head back on the two plugins (a), until it reaches the stop plate (b).
d
black
10
b
a
11
a
11.1 Connect the expander (b) and the baffle (a)
with the T-piece (c).
11.2 Place the T-piece in the retainer (d).
b
c
d
12
.1
a
b
12.1 Place the coffee outlet cup (b) in the outlet
cover (a). With one hand fix the coffee outlet
cup (b) to this position. Then move the coffee outlet cup (b) with your other hand until
it …
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12
.2
12.2 ... rests at the slit guides (d) between the
outlet cover’s (a 12.1) guide surfaces (c).
c
d
12
.3
e
12.3 Now push the coffee outlet cup (g) into the
guides with your thumb (as outlined in step
12.2) until it stops. Before you lift the outlet
cover (f) down to the working position, make
sure that the coffee outlet cup’s (g) two outlet openings (e) protrude from the outlet
cover in two equally long pieces.
f
g
12
.4
12.4
Correct
Both outlet openings (a) are directed strait
down and are equally long.
Note:
Only when the coffee outlet cup is inserted
correctly coffee products can be served
properly.
correct
a
12
.5
12.5
Wrong
Both outlet openings (b) are slightly sloping
to the right or the left.
The outlet openings are not of the same
length.
wrong
b
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13
13.
Close the coffee machine’s service door
(panel). Make sure that the service door is
tightly closed.
Display message:
Select product
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14.1 Open the door to the fridge.
14.2 Remove the milk container from the fridge.
14.3 Clean the milk container with a dish detergent. Then rinse the milk container with
plenty of cold, running water and let dry.
Attention!
Never use abrasives, cleaning agents, chemicals, soap, scrubbers or cleaning tools made of
metal!
15
15.1 Read the following instructions before you
continue cleaning.
Danger of corrosion!
It is crucial that you read the measuring instructions and danger notices on the detergent container’s label. Read chapter 10.2.1
“Cleaning agents”, page 10-3.
Never mix the “weakly cleaning agent” with
the “daily cleaning agent”. Only use “daily
cleaning agent” for the daily cleaning.
Attention!
Put water in the cleaning container first and
then the cleaning agent.
15.2 Fill the brown cleaning container with 4 liters of clean, cold water.
15.3 Put the “daily cleaning agent“ carefully in
the cleaning container.
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16
17
16.
Place the brown milk container in the fridge
and close the door.
17.
Press the stop button (1) and push the outlet (2) upwards into the highest position.
18.
Press the [ / ] cleaning button down for
approx. six seconds.
2
1
18
‹
Display message:
Cleaning
remove container
19
19.
Pull the grouts container out within 6 seconds. Otherwise the machine goes back to
its normal stand-by mode.
‹
The LED on the [
‹
Display message:
/
] button blinks.
clean: re-insert
cleaning container
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Danger of injury!
With the next step the brewing unit is moved
into the suitable cleaning position. For
safety reasons always use both hands to
press the buttons [ / ] and [ / ] and
do not place your hands in the machine!
Make sure that no one is in the danger zone
and be the only one to press the buttons
[ / ] and [ / ]!
21
22
20.
Press the two buttons [ / ] and [ / ]
on the panel simultaneously with both
hands.
21.
Clean the brewing unit and its surrounding
space with a brush.
22.1 Clean the coffee grouts container with a
dish detergent and then dry the surfaces
with a clean, dry paper cloth.
22.2 Re-insert the grouts container.
‹
The LED on the [
‹
Display message:
/
] button blinks.
Cleaning
insert tablet
23
23.
Drop a cleaning tablet, that has been recommended by the manufacturer or an after
sales service organization, authorized by
the manufacturer, in the filler funnel.
Attention!
It is crucial that you read the measuring instructions and danger notices on the detergent container’s label. Read chapter 10.2.3
“Cleaning agents for the coffee machine”,
page 10-5.
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.1
Danger of burns!
In the next step the machine will automatically start the self-cleaning cycle. Never
reach underneath the beverage outlet!
The cleaning cycle starts immediately after
the button is pressed.
24.1 The LED on the [
‹
/
] button blinks.
Display message:
Cleaning
cleaning agent
24.2 Press the [
‹
/
] cleaning button.
Display message:
Cleaning
Selection locked
24
.2
Danger of burns!
Never reach underneath the beverage outlet
during the self-cleaning cycle! Don’t work in
the beverage outlet area!
‹
The self-cleaning cycle lasts approx. 6 minutes.
‹
The following display message shows when the
self cleaning cycle has finished:
Cleaning
Please rinse cappuc.
25
25.1 Remove the cleaning container from the
fridge. Empty it and rinse it with clean, cold
running water.
25.2 Place the empty cleaning container in the
fridge.
Attention!
It’s very important that you empty the cleaning container; otherwise it will overflow and
cause material damage.
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Danger of burns!
In the next step the machine will automatically start the self-cleaning cycle. Keep
away from the beverage outlet!
The cleaning cycle starts immediately after
the button is pressed.
26.
‹
Press the [
/
] cleaning button.
The rinsing cycle lasts approx. 4 minutes.
Note:
When you press the [ / ] button briefly,
you will activate the coffee machines automatic switch-off, which will stop the coffee
machine after the self-cleaning cycle has
finished.
The LED on the [ / ] button turns red.
When you press the [ / ] button once
more, the automatic switch-off will again be
deactivated.
‹
The following display message shows when the
rinsing cycle is finished:
Select product
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27.1 Remove the cleaning container from the
fridge. Empty it and rinse it with clean, cold
running water.
27.2 Clean the tubes with a clean paper cloth.
Attention!
Clean the fridge’s inside and service room with
a clean paper cloth, clean, lukewarm water and
a dish detergent.
Clean the milk container with a dish detergent every day.
Rinse the milk container thoroughly with
running water and let it dry!
Fill the milk container with fresh milk only
just before use.
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5.3.2
Outside cleaning
28
28.
Display message!
Don’t clean the outside until the rinse cycle
has finished.
Attention!
Never clean the outside during the cleaning or
rinsing cycle!
Select product
12:00
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Attention!
Never use scrubbers, abrasives, chemicals and
cleaning tools made of metal!
29
29.1 Lift the drip grid out of the drip tray.
29.2 Clean the drip grid with a dish detergent and
a soft brush. Then rinse the drip grid with
clean water.
29.3 Clean the exterior surfaces and the drip tray
with a dish detergent.
30
30.1 Rinse the drip tray of machines with water
discharge or wastewater tank with plenty of
warm water.
30.2 Wipe the cleaned surfaces with a clean,
moist paper cloth.
30.3 Then dry the surfaces with a clean, dry paper cloth.
30.4 Put the drip grid back in the drip tray.
31
31.
Finally dry all exterior surfaces with a clean,
dry paper cloth.
Note:
For cleaning and fridge maintenance please
see:
Chapter 5.6 Fridge maintenance, page 5-27
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5.4 Weekly cleaning coffee machine with fridge
5.4.1
Dismantling and cleaning the milk pipe system
1
1.
Wash your hands carefully. Protect open
wounds.
You may use protective gloves.
2
2.1
2.2
Open the door to the fridge.
Remove the milk container from the fridge.
3
3.1
Open the service door to the fridge.
‹
Display message:
Selection locked
door open
3.2
3.3
Push the tube holder out of the guide.
Rinse the tube holder with clean running
water.
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5
4.1
Clean the recess of the tube holder thoroughly with a clean paper cloth.
5.1
Remove the tubes from the air valve’s (b)
nipples (a).
Press the ejector (c) downwards and pull the
air valve (b) out of the holder horizontally.
5.2
a
b
5.2
6
c
6.
‹
Open the coffee machine’s service door
(panel) while pulling the left side forwards
and swinging it completely open.
Display message:
Selection locked
door open
7
7.1
7.2
Pull the tubes that lead to the fridge out of
the machine.
Close the door to the fridge.
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8.1
8.2
a
8.3
b
9
Swing the outlet cover (a) upwards.
Take the outlet insert (b) out by pulling
downwards.
Clean the outlet insert (b) with a soft brush.
Then rinse it with plenty of clean, lukewarm
water.
9.
Pull the foamer head (a) out.
10.
Remove the tube insert (a) from the foamer
head’s middle part (b).
a
10
a
b
11
11.1 Remove the expander (a) from the T-piece
(b).
a
b
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12.1 Lift the T-piece (a) upwards out of the
holder.
a
b
13
1
a
2
3
b
13.1 Dismantle the foamer head as shown in the
picture.
13.2 Clean the foamer head parts with a soft
brush under running water.
13.3 Check whether the packing rings (a and b)
are still intact.
Order number packing rings:
a: 063'499
b: 063'496
c
1
2
3
a
b
c
14
Foamer head cover
Foamer head’s middle part
Foamer head’s lower part
Packing rings for foamer head’s cover
Packing rings for foamer head’s lower part
Outlet openings
1.
a
c
b
14.1 Remove the expander cover (a) and the baffle (b) from the expander (c).
14.2 Remove the milk residues under running
warm water with a soft brush.
14.3 Check if the packing rings (d) are intact.
Order number packing rings (set):
d: 065232
d
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15.
Read the following instructions before you
continue cleaning.
Attention!
It is crucial that you read the measuring instructions and danger notices on the detergent container’s label. Read chapter 10.2.2
“Cleaning agents”, page 10-4.
Danger!
Never mix the “weakly cleaning agent” with
the “daily cleaning agent”. Use only “weekly
cleaning agent” for the weekly cleaning.
Attention!
Fill water in the container first, then add the
cleaning agent.
16
16.1 Put the “weekly cleaning agent “ carefully in
the container filled with cold water.
16.2 Place the dismantled parts in the container
for at least 10 minutes.
16.3 Then clean the parts thoroughly with a soft
brush.
16.4 Then rinse all parts thoroughly with clean,
warm running water.
16.5 Reassemble the foamer head.
16.6 Make sure you know where the outlet openings are located on the foamer head’s lower
part!
5.4.2
Reassembling / Major cleaning
17
.1
b
17.1 Place the baffle (b) on the expander (c).
17.2 Seal off the smaller opening on the expander (c) with your thumb.
17.3 Fill the expander with water.
c
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.4
a
b
17.4 Place the expander cover (a) on the expander (c).
17.5 Now press on the cover (a) with your finger:
A fine water jet will escape from the baffle’s
hole.
17.6 If this does not happen, clean the hole with
a fine solid object and repeat from step 17.3
to 17.5.
c
18
.1
a
b (weiss)
c
18
.4
a
a
b
c
18.1 Start mounting the air valve with the white
tube (b).
18.2 Lead the tube behind the ejector (b) and
through the rear hole of the tube guide (c).
18.3 Lead the blue tube through the tube guide's
(c) front hole.
18.4 Press the ejector (d) downwards and push
the air valve (b) without pressure onto the
two tube ends.
18.5 Press the upper lever (a) to the right and
push the air valve (b) back until the ejector
(d) engages.
d
19
a
19.1 Pull the tubes (b) slightly downwards and
push the tube holder (a) in the guide on the
fridge completely back.
19.2 Close the service door to the fridge.
‹
b
Display message:
Select product
12:00
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20.1 Connect the short white tube (a) with the
tube nipple to the milk baffle (b) of the Tpiece (c) (connection to the fridge).
20.2 Connect the long white tube (d) with the
tube adapter to the tube nipple of the Tpiece (c) (connection to the coffee machine).
Coffee machine
Fridge
Milk
a
b
c
d
21
a
b
e
21.1 Place the blue tube (f) in the retainer (d).
21.2 Place the white tube (e) with the T-piece (c)
in the retainer (d).
21.3 Pull the tubes with the tube adapter to the
foamer head in the coffee machine.
21.4 Connect the expander (a) and the baffle (b)
with the T-piece (c).
c
f
d
22
a
22.1 Connect the white tube (a) to the rear nipple
of the foamer head (c).
22.2 Connect the white tube (a) to the rear nipple
of the foamer head (c).
b
c
a (blue)
b (white)
23
Attention!
Make sure that the tubes (a and b) and the
tube adapter are connected according to
color as shown in the picture.
c
weiss
23.
Put the tube adapter (c) back into the foamer
head (d).
d
schwarz
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b
24.
Push the foamer head back on the two plugins (a), until it reaches the stop plate (b).
a
25
.1
a
b
25
.2
25.1 Place the coffee outlet cup (b) in the outlet
cover (a). With one hand fix the coffee outlet
cup (b) to this position. Then move the coffee outlet cup (b) with your other hand until
it …
25.2 ... rests at the slit guides (d) between the
outlet cover’s (a 25.1) guide surfaces (c).
c
c
d
d
25
.3
e
25.3 Now push the coffee outlet cup (g) into the
guides with your thumb (as outlined in step
25.2) until it stops. Before you lift the outlet
cover (f) down to the working position, make
sure that the coffee outlet cup’s (g) two outlet openings (e) protrude from the outlet
cover in two equally long pieces.
f
g
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.4
25.4
Correct
Both outlet openings (a) are directed strait
down and are equally long.
Note:
Only when the coffee outlet cup is inserted
correctly coffee products can be served
properly.
correct
a
25
.5
25.5
Wrong
Both outlet openings (b) are slightly sloping
to the right or the left.
The outlet openings are not of the same
length.
wrong
b
26
26.
Close the coffee machine’s service door
(panel). Make sure that the service door is
tightly closed.
Display message:
Select product
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27.
Read the following instructions before you
continue cleaning.
Attention!
It is crucial that you read the measuring instructions and danger notices on the detergent container’s label. Read chapter 10.2.2
“Cleaning agents”, page 10-4.
Danger!
Never mix the “weakly cleaning agent” with
the “daily cleaning agent”. Use only “weekly
cleaning agent” for the weekly cleaning.
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28.
Place the brown milk container in the fridge
and close the door.
29
29.
Check the fitting of the tube system as
shown in picture A, page 5-26.
30
30.
Carry out step 17 to 31 of the “daily cleaning.”
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Table for reassembling the milk pipe system
A
1
2
b
5
3
c
a
6 front
4
7 rear
c
d
e
7
6
8
B
Legend picture A
1. Air valve
2. Baffle
3. Expander
4. T-piece
5. Coffee outlet cup
6. Tube blue
7. Tube white
8. Foamer head
z
z
z
z
a) Tube connection from air valve to foamer head
b) Tube connection from air valve to T-piece
c) Tube connection from T- piece to foamer head
d), e) Tube connection from air valve to fridge
Coffee machine
Fridge
Milk
Legend picture B
Assembly plan “T-piece
with expander and baffle“
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5.5 Defrosting the fridge
Note:
The fridge has to be defrosted when the layer of ice is more than 3 mm thick. This is
an important prerequisite, if the machine is to operate smoothly.
To defrost completely, turn the thermostat control anti-clockwise until it stops. The
fridge is now turned off.
Attention!
Never remove the ice with pointed and sharp objects or with objects made of metal!
It can damage the cooling plates!
After defrosting the fridge, put it back in operation by setting the thermostat at the right
temperature (3-5 °C).
+ Chapter 7.1.5.2 “Regulating the fridge’s temperature“, page 7-7.
5.6 Fridge maintenance
Electric shock!
If the fridge’s power supply is not connected to the coffee machine, pull the mains plug
out of the socket!
There is danger of injury from electric shock!
Outside cleaning:
Clean the fridge outside with a dish detergent. Wipe the cleaned surfaces with a moist,
clean cloth without detergent. Then dry the surfaces with a clean, dry cloth. Do not use
abrasives.
Inside cleaning:
Remove the milk container from the fridge and clean it. Clean the fridge with soda or
vinegar in lukewarm water. Wipe the cleaned surfaces with a moist, clean cloth without detergent. Then dry the surfaces with a clean, dry cloth. Never use abrasives,
cleaning agents or soap.
General:
To avoid a build-up of mould and unpleasant odors when the fridge is idle for an extended period of time please prepare as follows:
Empty the fridge completely, clean the inside and the sealing on the door and leave
the door slightly open. Chapter 4.4.9, “Termination operation”, page 4-10
Picture. C
The picture shows the fridge with the
door open.
Note:
Please note that the fridge should be turned on at least one hour before use, so that
the cooling level (3 - 5 °C) is ready for operation.
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Cleaning
5.7 Cleaning coffee machine (without fridge)
5.7.1
Inside Cleaning
1
1.
Wash your hands carefully. Protect open
wounds.
You may use protective gloves.
2
2.
Open the coffee machine’s service door (panel)
while pulling the left side forwards and swinging it completely open.
‹
Display message:
Selection locked
door open
3
3.1
3.2
a
b
3.3
Swing the outlet cover (a) upwards.
Take the outlet insert (b) out by pulling downwards.
Clean the outlet insert (b) with a soft brush.
Then rinse with plenty of clean, lukewarm water.
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Cleaning coffee machine (without fridge)
4
.1
4.1
Place the coffee outlet cup (b) in the outlet
cover (a). With one hand fix the coffee outlet
cup (b) to this position. Then move the coffee outlet cup (b) with your other hand until
it …
4.2
... rests at the slit guides (d) between the
outlet cover’s (a 12.1) guide surfaces (c).
4.3
Now push the coffee outlet cup (g) into the
guides with your thumb (as outlined in step
12.2) until it stops. Before you lift the outlet
cover (f) down to the working position, make
sure that the coffee outlet cup’s (g) two outlet openings (e) protrude from the outlet
cover in two equally long pieces.
4.4
Correct
a
b
4
.2
c
d
4
.3
e
f
g
4
.4
Both outlet openings (a) are directed strait
down and are equally long.
Note:
Only when the coffee outlet cup is inserted
correctly coffee products can be served
properly.
correct
a
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Cleaning coffee machine (without fridge)
4
.5
4.5
Wrong
Both outlet openings (b) are slightly sloping
to the right or the left.
The outlet openings are not of the same
length.
wrong
b
5
5.
Close the coffee machine’s service door
(panel). Make sure that the service door is
tightly closed.
Display message:
Select product
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6
6.
Press the stop button (1) and push the outlet (2) upwards into the highest position.
7.
Press the [ / ] cleaning button down for
approx. six seconds.
2
1
7
‹
Display message:
Cleaning
remove container
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Cleaning coffee machine (without fridge)
8
8.
Pull the grouts container out within 6 seconds. Otherwise the machine goes back to
its normal stand-by mode.
‹
The LED on the [
‹
Display message:
/
] button blinks.
Cleaning
cleaning container
Danger of injury!
9
10
11
With the next step the brewing unit is moved
into the appropriate cleaning position. For
safety reasons always use both hands to
press the buttons [ / ] and [ / ] and
do not reach into the machine! Make sure
that no one is in the danger zone and be the
only one to press the [ / ] and [ / ]
buttons!
9.
Press the two buttons [ / ] and [ / ]
on the panel simultaneously with both
hands.
10.
Clean the brewing unit and its surrounding
space with a brush.
11.1 Clean the coffee grouts container with a
dish detergent and then dry the surfaces
with a clean, dry paper cloth.
11.2 Re-insert the grouts container.
‹
The LED on the [
‹
Display message:
/
] button blinks.
Cleaning
insert tablet
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Cleaning coffee machine (without fridge)
12
12.
Drop a cleaning tablet, that has been recommended by the manufacturer or an after
sales service organization, authorized by
the manufacturer, in the filler funnel.
Attention!
It is crucial that you read the measuring instructions and danger notices on the detergent container’s label. Read chapter 10.2.3
“Cleaning agents for the coffee machine”,
page 10-5.
13
.1
Danger of burns!
In the next step the machine will automatically start the self-cleaning cycle. Keep
away from the beverage outlet!
The cleaning cycle starts immediately after
the button is pressed.
13.1 The LED on the [
‹
/
] button blinks.
Display message:
Cleaning
cleaning agent
13.2 Press the [
‹
/
] cleaning button.
Display message:
Cleaning
Selection locked
13
.2
Danger of burns!
Never reach underneath the beverage outlet
during the self-cleaning cycle! Don’t work in
the beverage outlet area!
‹
The self-cleaning cycle lasts approx. 6 minutes.
‹
The following display message shows when the
self cleaning cycle has finished:
Cleaning
Please rinse cappuc.
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Cleaning coffee machine (without fridge)
5.7.2
Outside cleaning
14
14.
Display message!
Do not clean the outside until the rinsing
cycle has finished.
Attention!
Never clean the outside during the cleaning or
rinsing cycle!
Select product
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Attention!
Never use scrubbers, abrasives, chemicals and
cleaning tools made of metal!
15
16
17
15.1 Lift the drip grid out of the drip tray.
15.2 Clean the drip grid with a dish detergent and
a soft brush. Then rinse the drip grid with
clean water.
15.3 Clean the exterior surfaces and the drip tray
with a dish detergent.
16.1 Rinse the drip tray of machines with water
discharge or wastewater tank with plenty of
warm water.
16.2 Wipe the cleaned surfaces with a clean,
moist paper cloth.
16.3 Then dry the surfaces with a clean, dry paper cloth.
16.4 Put the drip grid back in the drip tray.
17.
Finally dry all exterior surfaces with a clean,
dry paper cloth.
Note:
For cleaning and fridge maintenance please
see:
+ Chapter 5.6 Fridge maintenance, page 5-27
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Cleaning
5.8 Cleaning instructions for cappuccinatore CPT (option)
Danger of burns!
Never reach inside the machine during the automatic cleaning and do not work underneath the beverage output.
Watch for sharp edges when you clean.
Attention!
If cleaning is not done on a regular basis, there is no guarantee that the machine will be
operating at full capacity.
Description
Components
1. O-ring sealings (063111)
2. Regulating screw
3. Suction tube
4. Cappuccinatore components
5. Steam nozzle (CPT connection)
6. O-ring (063112)
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Cleaning
Cleaning Cappuccinatore CPT
5.8.1
Daily cleaning of CPT (option)
Note:
After use, the cappuccinatore device must be cleaned as follows:
1
1.
Read the following instructions before you continue cleaning.
Attention!
It is crucial that you read the measuring instructions and danger notices on the detergent
container’s label.
Danger!
Never mix the “weakly cleaning agent” with
another cleaning agent. Use only “weekly
cleaning agent” for the weekly cleaning.
Attention!
2
Fill water in the container first, then add the
cleaning agent.
Cappuccinatore
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
5.8.2
Fill approx. 20 ml “weekly cleaning agent“ carefully in the container, filled with cold water.
Place the cappuccinatore’s suction tube (position 3) in the cleaning container.
Open the valve via the CPT product button.
You can close the valve when there is only
steam coming out of the CPT (the valve closes
automatically after 60 seconds).
Empty and rinse the cleaning container with
clean water.
Place the cappuccinatore’s suction tube (position 3) in the cleaning container, filled with
clean water.
Open the valve via the CPT product button.
You can close the valve when there is only
steam coming out of the CPT (the valve closes
automatically after 60 seconds).
Weekly cleaning of CPT (option)
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
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Before you start, read point 1. of the “daily CPT cleaning”
After you have cleaned the cappuccinatore, pull it downwards and dismantle
it (position 4).
Fill approx. 20 ml “weekly cleaning agent“ carefully in the cleaning container,
filled with 1 liter of cold water.
Place the dismantled parts in the cleaning container overnight.
Finally clean the parts with a soft brush and rinse all parts thoroughly with
clean water.
Check whether the capppuccinatore’s packing rings (position 1) are still intact.
Reassemble the cappuccinatore.
Mount the cappuccinatore to the machine.
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Problems and Error Messages
6.
Contents
Chap.
Text
6.
Problems
6.1.
6.1.1.
6.1.2.
6.1.3.
6.1.4.
6.1.5.
6.1.6.
Problems and error messages .....................................................................................................6-2
Coffee machine is blocked, no products can be served ..................................................................6-2
Coffee products cannot be served ...................................................................................................6-3
No steam products are served .........................................................................................................6-4
No tea products can be served ........................................................................................................6-4
Products can still be served .............................................................................................................6-5
Chip card error messages................................................................................................................6-6
6.2.
6.2.1.
Problems without messages (display-messages)......................................................................6-6
Cup sensor.......................................................................................................................................6-6
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Problems and Error Messages
6.
PROBLEMS
6.1.
Problems and error messages
6.1.1.
Coffee machine is blocked, no products can be served
Danger!
Inform the authorized after sales service immediately if you cannot
rectify a fault message!
Never open up the machine!
Note:
Your machine cannot dispense products if the following messages appear on its
display.
selection locked
heating up
When the coffee machine is switched on, no products can be served until the
system warms up (approx. 5 min.).
selection locked
cup missing
No products can be served because the cup sensor has failed to detect a cup.
Place a cup under the outlet.
‹ See also section 6.2.1
selection locked
container n. i. place
Insert the grouts container. If the message is still displayed, the switch is defective:
+
<<button?>>
selection locked
Contact After Sales Service!
The product key is stuck or dirty. This problem can be solved by cleaning or
pressing the key several times. If not:
+
Contact After Sales Service!
selection locked
clean machine
All product selection is blocked.
Execute the cleaning program as described in chapter 5.3.
selection locked
watertank empty
Fill up the fresh water tank with drinking water and press the [
plies to coffee machines without a fixed water supply).
selection locked
waste watertank full
selection locked
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selection locked
heating timeout
selection locked
comms. interrupted
Empty the wastewater tank and press the [
chines without a wastewater outlet).
] key (only ap-
] key (only applies to coffee ma-
All products have been blocked using the KEY BLOCK card.
Grouts container is missing or is not pushed in far enough.
ÎHeater problem.
+
Contact After Sales Service!
Communication with an external device has been interrupted. Check that the
external devices are properly connected to the mains and to the coffee machine. If so, and the message still appears:
+
Contact After Sales Service!
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Problems and Error Messages
selection locked
** LAN-Timeout **
Communication with an external device has been interrupted. Check that the
external devices are properly connected to the mains and to the coffee machine. If so, and the message still appears:
+
selection locked
error account system
Communication with an external device has been interrupted. Check that the
external devices are properly connected to the mains and to the coffee machine. If so, and the message still appears:
+
selection locked
door open
selection locked
milk door open
selection locked
outlet missing
battery flat
motor current
Contact After Sales Service!
The service door (panel) is not shut properly. Check it and if necessary, shut it.
+
Contact After Sales Service!
Product selection remains blocked until the milk panel is properly closed.
+
Contact After Sales Service!
Outlet is incorrectly placed (or is missing). If this message is still displayed after
verification:
+
Contact After Sales Service!
The internal control unit battery needs replacing.
+
** EEPROM error!
Contact After Sales Service!
Contact After Sales Service!
Serial EEPROM is defective.
+
Contact After Sales Service!
Switch off coffee machine, wait for 10-30 seconds and then switch back on. If
the problem persists, switch off the coffee machine.
+
Contact After Sales Service!
Switch off the coffee machine.
motor driver error
6.1.2.
+
Contact After Sales Service!
Coffee products cannot be served
When the following messages are displayed on the lower display line, no tea or
coffee products can be served.
selection locked
clean machine
select product
grinder right empty
No products at all can be selected when this message is displayed.
Execute the cleaning program as described in chapter 5.3.
The right-hand coffee mill is out of coffee beans. Fill the bean container.
select product
grinder left empty
The left-hand coffee mill is out of coffee beans. Fill the bean container.
selection locked
empty container!
Empty grouts container and put it back in place.
select product
grinder left blocked
select product
grinder right block.
Press [ ] key. If the problem persists, open the bean container hatch and remove the bean container. Remove the remaining coffee beans (e.g. using a
vacuum cleaner) and make sure that nothing (e.g. a piece of gravel) is stuck in
the mill. If not and the problem persists:
+
Contact After Sales Service!
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Problems and Error Messages
The temperature sensor in the instantaneous coffee heater is defective.
temp. sensor coffee
heating up coffee
+
Wait for approx. 5 minutes (too much coffee water may have been served).
If the message does not disappear:
+
rinsing
selection locked
Contact After Sales Service!
Contact After Sales Service!
The coffee machine is being automatically rinsed.
If it is programmed to do so: Î no error.
The hoist motor is defective.
piston motor timeout
6.1.3.
+
Contact After Sales Service!
No steam products are served
When the following messages are displayed on the lower display line, no steam
products can be served.
selection locked
clean machine
temp. sensor steam
level probe steam
No products at all can be selected when this message is displayed.
Execute the cleaning program as described in chapter 5.3.
The temperature sensor in the steam generator is defective Î Steam emission
is blocked:
+
Contact After Sales Service!
The level sensor in the steam generator is defective Î steam emission is
blocked.
For the first 2 minutes after the display lights up, or when the coffee machine
has been switched off, no tea or coffee can be served either. Make sure that the
water tap is turned on. If the problem persists: switch the machine off, wait for
10-30 seconds and switch it on again.
If the problem persists:
Timeout heat. steam
6.1.4.
Contact After Sales Service!
If the system does not reach the programmed temperature after 8 minutes, the
following message is displayed: “Timeout heat. steam”
+
heating steam
)
Contact After Sales Service!
Wait for approx. 5 minutes (too much steam may have been drawn off).
If the message does not disappear, the message “heating steam” is displayed.
+
Contact After Sales Service!
No tea products can be served
selection locked
clean machine
No products at all can be selected when this message is displayed.
Execute the cleaning program as described in chapter 5.3.
timeout heat. tea
If the system does not reach the programmed temperature after 8 minutes, the
following message is displayed: “Timeout heat.tea”
+
Contact After Sales Service!
The temperature sensor in the instantaneous water heater is defective:
temp. sensor tea
heating tea
Î No hot water can be served for tea:
Contact After Sales Service!
Wait for approx. 2 minutes (too much hot water may have been drawn off).
If the message does not disappear, the message “heating steam” appears:
+
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Problems and Error Messages
6.1.5.
Products can still be served
The following error messages do not cause the coffee machine to block. However, the problems should be eliminated as quickly as possible.
selection locked
container full !
select product
clean machine
Empty grouts container and put it back.
Five further coffee products can be served after this message is displayed, after
which the coffee machine blocks Î Empty grouts container.
Clean the coffee machine. Products can still be served.
If the coffee machine is so programmed, up to 50 coffees can be served, or coffees can be served for up to one hour, after which the coffee machine blocks
and must be cleaned (obligatory cleaning).
select product
button locked
Product key is disabled. (KEY BLOCK or key not programmed)
credit operation
button locked
select product
temp. sensor outside
Product key is disabled
Optional automatic steam cut-off is enabled, but steam can be drawn off after
timeout.
+
select product
flowmeter defect
The coffee water flow meter is defective. Water dosing is time-controlled and
products can still be served (this message can only be deleted by the service
engineer).
+
system-data error!
select product
milk empty
Contact After Sales Service!
An error has occurred in the product key programming or the general system
data. If a product key also lights up, it may be unusable. Press the [ ] key to
proceed:
+
select product
replace water filter
Contact After Sales Service!
Contact After Sales Service!
The installed water filter needs cleaning, filling or replacing.
+
Contact After Sales Service!
This message is displayed if the optional milk sensor is mounted and enabled.
Products can be served if enabled.
Products cannot be served if disabled.
‹ See also chapters 6.2 (Problems without messages) and 7.5.1 (Optional
features – alarm functions).
select product
service wanted
Reminder that service by a licensed after sales agent is required.
Products can still be served. Nevertheless, your after sales service should be
informed rapidly.
‹ This message can be suppressed using the CHEF card, see section
4.5.1.11.
select product
please rinse cappuc.
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After a cappuccino is served, the coffee machine requests manual rinsing of the
cappuccino unit if programmed to do so.
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Problems and Error Messages
6.1.6.
Chip card error messages
The following messages indicate handling errors relating to the chip cards.
* read error
remove card
* wrong card
remove card
The card in the card reader is incorrectly inserted (note direction of arrow) or
defective.
The coffee machine is requesting another card type.
A MONEY card has been inserted for the first time or credit is zero. The
MONEY card has not been logged on. Î Load credit onto the MONEY card using the LOAD card and/or log it on. No payment system is installed.
* mistake
remove card
An error occurred during data transfer to the Î SAVE card. The card was withdrawn from the card reader too early. Data transfer was incomplete or data are
corrupted Î save data again.
product - * 5 Error!
Press any key...
An error occurred during data transfer from the SAVE card Î coffee machine.
The card was withdrawn from the card reader too early. Data transfer was incomplete or data are corrupted Î
Press [ ] key, wait for five seconds, then save data again
* data error
remove card
The data structure on the card has been damaged because the card was withdrawn from the card reader during data transfer, or the card is new and needs
logging on, enabling or loading.
*wrong PIN-code
remove card
no accounting
6.2.
The wrong PIN code (Personal Identification Number) was entered.
Repeat procedure.
No payment system is installed.
Problems without messages (display-messages)
Note:
The following problems may occur without causing the coffee machine to display an error message.
6.2.1.
Cup sensor
If a product is served even though no cup is under the outlet, wipe the lens of
the cup sensor with a soft damp cloth.
If the problem persists:
+
Contact After Sales Service!
If products cannot be served although a cup has been placed under the outlet,
first clean the lens as described above.
If the problem persists:
+
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Optional Features
7.
Contents
Chap.
Text
7.
Optional features
7.1
7.1.1
7.1.1.1
7.1.1.2
7.1.1.3
7.1.1.4
7.1.2
7.1.2.1
7.1.2.2
7.1.2.3
7.1.2.4
7.1.3
7.1.3.1
7.1.3.2
7.1.3.3
7.1.4
7.1.5
7.1.5.1
7.1.5.2
7.1.5.3
7.1.5.4
7.1.5.5
7.1.5.6
Refrigerator ...............................................................................................................................7-2
Description ..................................................................................................................................7-2
Refrigerator overview..................................................................................................................7-2
Refrigerator installation chart......................................................................................................7-2
Purpose.......................................................................................................................................7-2
Refrigerator serial data ...............................................................................................................7-3
Product data................................................................................................................................7-3
Characteristics ............................................................................................................................7-3
Dimensions .................................................................................................................................7-3
Power supply of the refrigerator..................................................................................................7-4
Standard refrigerator accessories...............................................................................................7-4
Problems and troubleshooting ....................................................................................................7-5
The refrigerator does not work....................................................................................................7-5
The refrigerator functions noisily.................................................................................................7-5
Refrigerator is not cold enough...................................................................................................7-5
Refrigerator parts ........................................................................................................................7-6
Installing the refrigerator .............................................................................................................7-7
First-time installation ...................................................................................................................7-7
Set temperature ..........................................................................................................................7-7
Milk container level/Milk empty (optional feature).......................................................................7-8
Recalibrate milk level sensor ......................................................................................................7-8
Cup sensor (optional extra) ........................................................................................................7-9
Milk temperature monitor (optional extra) ...................................................................................7-9
7.2
Payment systems......................................................................................................................7-9
7.3
Chip cards..................................................................................................................................7-9
7.4
Chip card loader........................................................................................................................7-9
7.5
7.5.1
7.5.2
7.5.3
Alarm functions.......................................................................................................................7-10
Alarm group 1 (Info) ..................................................................................................................7-10
Alarm group 2 (Errors) ..............................................................................................................7-10
Disable driver ............................................................................................................................7-12
7.6
7.6.1
7.6.2
CPT cappuccino unit ..............................................................................................................7-13
How to make cappuccino using the CPT cappuccino unit .......................................................7-13
How to prepare Cappuccino Magic and hot milk manually using a CPT (optional extra) ........7-14
7.7
7.7.1
Special steam ..........................................................................................................................7-15
Special steam with automatic steam cut-off .............................................................................7-15
7.8
2nd mill (duo mill).....................................................................................................................7-16
7.9
Water softener (Filados/Brita) ...............................................................................................7-16
7.10
Cup sensor ..............................................................................................................................7-16
7.11
Quick cup warmer...................................................................................................................7-16
7.12
Cup warmer .............................................................................................................................7-16
7.13
7.13.1
7.13.2
7.13.3
User instructions for special machines (water tank) ..........................................................7-17
Refill fresh water tank ...............................................................................................................7-17
Empty wastewater tank.............................................................................................................7-17
User instructions for machines with fresh and wastewater tanks (trolley-mounted) ................7-17
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Optional Features
7.
OPTIONAL FEATURES
Attention!
Follow the safety instructions given in these operating instructions when using all
optional components!
7.1
Refrigerator
7.1.1
Description
7.1.1.1
Refrigerator overview
4
1. Refrigerator door
2. Milk container
3. Hoses for milk and milk
foam
3
4. Refrigerator service door
2
1
7.1.1.2
Refrigerator installation chart
‹ See chapter 2.1.2.
7.1.1.3
Purpose
When the refrigerator is connected to a coffee machine you can additionally prepare the following drinks:
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Cappuccino
Milk coffee
Macchiato
Latté
Hot milk
Milk foam
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Optional Features
7.1.1.4
Refrigerator serial data
For warranty purposes, and in case of failure, please transfer the refrigerator’s
rating plate to the following area!
Serial plate
Pull out milk container
(sideways on inside)
7.1.2
Product data
7.1.2.1
Characteristics
Inst. no
Type:
Serial number:
Nominal pressure:
Capacity:
Voltage: .............VAC
.................................
.................................
.................................
................................. bar
................................. Watt
................................. Hz
Inst.-Nr.
Typ:
Serie-Nummer:
Nenndruck:
Leistung:
Spannung:
.................................
.................................
.................................
................................. bar
................................. Watt
................................. VAC
Hz
The milk container has a maximum volume capacity of 4 liters.
7.1.2.2
Dimensions
Breadth
Height
Depth
Door clearance
260
330
360
260
mm
mm
mm
mm
Net weight
26.0
kg
Subject to alteration!
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Optional Features
7.1.2.3
Power supply of the refrigerator
Model
Connected load
VITRIFRIGO
70 W / 0.49 A
220/240 V AC (PNE)
50/60 Hz
For special voltages, contact the manufacturer or the licensed after sales service
agent.
This appliance complies with EC standard 89/336 in relation to radio interference (EMC).
7.1.2.4
Standard refrigerator accessories
Item
Ref. no.
- 1 milk container
- 1 cleaning container
- 1 “clean-up” measuring beaker
- 1 set of O-ring joints for the foam head
- 2.5 m Teflon hose
- 1 outlet hose
- 1 Ø 20 mm, clamp for the outlet hose
- 1 1.2-mm facing piece
063243
063243
061020
050415
061445
063345
063119
063446
- Cleaning agent: Ask at your point of sale, authorized by the manufacturer.
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Optional Features
7.1.3
Problems and troubleshooting
7.1.3.1
The refrigerator does not work
Attention!
Have the link between refrigerator and coffee machine checked only by a service technician!
Check whether
-
The temperature is set to zero;
+ Capture 7.1.5.2 Set temperature, page.
The power supply has been cut off;
The safety switch (FI) in the electrical system is off;
If the refrigerator is not connected to the power supply via the coffee machine, check
whether:
-
The mains plug is damaged or not plugged in properly.
Danger!
Do not repair the mains plug!
Inform a service technician or electrician immediately!
7.1.3.2
The refrigerator functions noisily
Check whether
the refrigerator in particular the chiller is standing flatly;
the refrigerator is in contact with the surrounding furniture and transfers the
vibrations;
Attention!
Never open the device!
Have only a service technician check the cooling pipes at the back of the
device for flushness and vibrations;
7.1.3.3
Refrigerator is not cold enough
Check whether
-
+
The door is properly shut;
the door seal is intact.
the inside of the refrigerator is coated with ice. The layer of ice must not be
more than 3 mm thick.
The refrigerator is near a source of heat;
The refrigerator or separate refrigerating unit are sufficiently ventilated;
The evaporator is iced up.
Contact your after sales service
Attention!
Check for dust contamination on condensers or rotating fans (in models with forced cooling). Only have this check performed by a service engineer!
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7.1.4
Refrigerator parts
Ventilator valve
Thermostat
Air supply system
1. Ventilator valve
2. Milk foam hose (white)
3. Milk hose (blue)
4. Hoses in milk container
5. Automatic rinse pipes
Minus –
Turn in an anti-clockwise
direction (-) to raise the
temperature. To turn the
refrigerator
off,
turn
the
thermostat as far as it will go.
Assembling information for
the expander
2
Plus +
Turn in a clockwise direction to
lower
the
temperature.
( See section 7.1.5.2)
3
1
Minus
1
5
4
Plus
2
3
Legend
1. Air baffle
2. Milk baffle
3. T block
Assemble the expander so the
milk baffle is on the left side.
Note:
The mounting instruction
sticker must be kept clean. If
it is very dirty or no longer
legible, a new one must be
requested from the manufacturer and the old one replaced.
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7.1.5
Installing the refrigerator
7.1.5.1
First-time installation
Note:
The refrigerator must be installed and initialized by a licensed after sales service
agent
‹ See also chapter 3.
7.1.5.2
Set temperature
You can regulate the refrigerator's temperature with the built-in temperature control. You
will find the temperature control when you lift the refrigerator’s panel. Please see the pictures on the previous page.
1.
Rotary knob
on the
temperature
control
To move the rotary knob on the temperature control lift the panel until it stops.
2.1 Warmer temperature:
Turn the rotary knob anti-clockwise.
2.2 Colder temperature:
Turn the rotary knob clockwise.
Normal
position
2.3 Placing the temperature control in the
normal position:
Turn the rotary knob anti-clockwise until it
stops and then clockwise until it reaches the
scale mark “A”.
Picture of temperature control
Attention!
The refrigerator’s normal temperature setting depends on the ambient
temperature and will have to be adjusted either up or down.
2.4 Temperature “OFF”
Turn the rotary knob on the temperature control anti-clockwise
until it stops
3.
Lower the panel.
Note:
• The refrigerator should be turned on at least one hour before use, so
that the cooling circuit (3 -5 °C) is ready for operation.
• Never put warm milk in the refrigerator, as it would take too long to
reach the 3 - 5 ° C temperature.
• Never put warm milk in the refrigerator. Coated with ice due to condensed water! (Regular defrosting necessary.)
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Optional Features
7.1.5.3
Milk container level/Milk empty (optional feature)
„ Option:
At given time intervals, a built-in ultrasonic temperature sensor in the refrigerator will measure the milk level (the milk’s surface) in the milk container. If
the milk level drops to a programmable “alarm level” the following message
will be displayed on the coffee machine:
select product
milk empty
•
Beverage outlets with milk are blocked. It is released only after milk is
filled in.
It is still possible to serve beverages with milk. Since the remaining
milk in the milk container can be used up completely without further
warning, it is advisable to set the alarm level so that there is always
enough time to fill up with milk.
•
Attention:
•
•
Never top up with milk. Always remove milk residues.
Always thoroughly clean the milk container before filling it with fresh
milk.
Fill up with fresh milk only before resumption of operation.
Only fill in milk that does not exceed 3°C - 5°C.
Use only milk that has been pasteurized or heated with a UHT process (do not use raw milk).
•
•
•
Note:
The milk container’s maximum capacity is 4 liters.
The milk level can be custom-programmed by an after sales service organization, authorized by the manufacturer.
When the milk container is full and back in the refrigerator the coffee machine’s display
shows the following:
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7.1.5.4
Recalibrate milk level sensor
Note:
Possible only up to Software 1.04!!! From 1.05 only by service technician.
‹ The milk level setting (calibration) can be accidentally changed if the wrong keys are
pressed while the cleaning program is running.
‹ The following section tells you how to reset the sensor to the correct minimum level.
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Hold down [ ] key for approx. 5 seconds.
The following message is displayed:
milk level
XXX
calibrate ? ‘Decaf’
Fill container to the required minimum level (milk or water).
‹ The ex-factory setting is 1 liter.
‹ The sensor is calibrated to the minimum level in the milk container. When this minimum
is attained, the following message is displayed:
select product
milk empty
milk level XXX
calibrate Decaf?
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Press the [
] key to save the calibrated value. The following message is displayed:
…Save…
select product
milk empty
The milk container can now be filled.
Once the filled milk container has been replaced in the refrigerator, the following message is displayed:
select product
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All products are now available again.
7.1.5.5
Cup sensor (optional extra)
„ Option:
7.1.5.6
Description section 7.10 (Cup sensor).
Milk temperature monitor (optional extra)
„ Option:
The temperature sensor of the automatic steam cut-off facility continuously checks the
temperature of the milk as it is heated.
‹ See also section 7.7 (Special Steam).
7.2
Payment systems
„ Option:
Your coffee machine can be connected e.g. to your cash register by means of a payment system, for example. This facilitates daily, weekly and monthly accounting.
‹ See also chapter 8 (Payment Systems).
‹ For further information, contact your licensed dealer.
7.3
Chip cards
„ Option:
A series of chip cards allows you to simplify processes, assign products to keys and program a variety other useful functions.
‹ See also chapter 2.6 (Chip card functions).
‹ For further information, contact your licensed dealer.
7.4
Chip card loader
„ Option:
Additional load device for MONEY chip cards (load credit; device for loading credit onto
MONEY card)
‹ The cards can also be loaded on the coffee machine as described in chapter 8.2
(MONEY chip card system) (standard).
‹ For further information, contact your licensed dealer.
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Optional Features
7.5
Alarm functions
‹ The purpose of the alarm functions is to attract your attention.
‹ If an optional acoustic and/or visual alarm is installed and one of the following information texts or error messages is activated, a corresponding warning signal is emitted in
addition to the message on the display.
‹ Most of the alarm functions are accompanied by the blocking of the coin or token slot if
this optional feature is installed.
7.5.1
Alarm group 1 (Info)
‹ The alarm levels must be programmed by a service engineer and enabled.
‹ If one of these information texts or error messages is activated with the alarm function
enabled, they trigger the optionally installed alarm system.
Coffee grouts container is full.
+
container full
See also chapter 6.1.5.
Coffee grouts container is full. (Coffee machine blocked.)
+
empty container!
See also chapter 6.1.2.
Cleaning reminder.
clean machine
+
See also chapter 6.1.2.
The left-hand coffee mill is empty and needs refilling.
grinder left empty
+
See also chapter 6.1.2.
The right-hand coffee mill is empty and needs refilling.
grinder right empty
+
See also chapter 6.1.2.
The milk container is empty and needs refilling.
milk empty
service wanted
+
Servicing by a licensed after sales service agent is required.
Annual capacity has been attained.
+
7.5.2
See also chapter 6.1.5.
See also chapter 6.1.5.
Alarm group 2 (Errors)
‹ The alarm levels must be programmed by a service engineer and enabled.
‹ If one of these information texts or error messages is activated with the alarm function
enabled, they trigger the optionally installed alarm system.
‹ These problems can be eliminated by authorized persons only.
water filter
Given the number of hectoliters, which have passed through the filter, it is likely
that the filter needs replacing or cleaning
+
See also chapter 6.1.5.
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The battery needs changing.
battery flat
+
See also chapter 6.1.1.
Serial EEPROM is defective.
**EEPROM error!
+
See also chapter 6.1.1.
The flow meter is defective.
flowmeter defect
+
See also chapter 6.1.5.
The coffee water temperature sensor is defective.
temp. sensor coffee
+
See also chapter 6.1.2.
The tea water temperature sensor is defective.
temp. sensor tea
+
See also chapter 6.1.4.
Tea water temperature not attained. No tea can be served.
Timeout heat. tea
+
See also chapter 6.1.4.
The steam temperature sensor is defective.
temp. sensor steam
+
See also chapter 6.1.3.
Steam temperature not attained. No steam can be drawn off.
Timeout heat. steam
+
See also chapter 6.1.3.
Level sensor defective.
level probe steam
+
See also chapter 6.1.3.
External temperature sensor defective.
temp. sensor outside
+
See also chapter 6.1.5.
Motor defective.
motor current
+
See also chapter 6.1.1.
Hoist motor control unit defective.
piston motor timeout
+
See also chapter 6.1.2.
Left-hand mill is blocked or defective
grinder left blocked
+
See also chapter 6.1.2.
Right-hand mill is blocked or defective.
grinder right blocked
+
See also chapter 6.1.2.
Communication with an external payment system is interrupted.
error account system
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See also chapter 6.1.1.
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Communication with an external payment system is interrupted.
comms. interrupted
+
See also chapter 6.1.1.
Communication with an external payment system is interrupted.
+
EE LAN-Timeout
7.5.3
See also chapter 6.1.1.
Disable driver
‹ The same driver level causes the machine to block. The driver is disabled because for
some reason, the machine is no longer functioning correctly.
‹ These functions are programmed as standard and cannot be changed.
‹ The “Alarm functions” optional feature cannot be installed for these error messages (no
signal is emitted by the optionally installed alarm system).
selection locked
outlet missing
selection locked
container n.i. place
selection locked
motor driver error
selection locked
milk door open
selection locked
door open
selection locked
heating timeout
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The outlet is missing or has not been detected.
+
See also chapter 6.1.1.
The coffee grouts container is missing or has not been detected.
+
See also chapter 6.1.1.
Switch off coffee machine.
+
See also chapter 6.1.1.
The milk service door is open or the sensor is defective.
+
See also chapter 6.1.1.
The panel appears to be open.
+
See also chapter 6.1.1.
The tea boiler heating system is defective.
+
See also chapter 6.1.1.
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7.6
CPT cappuccino unit
„ Option:
The following products can be prepared using the CPT:
Cappuccino, manual preparation
Hot milk, manual preparation
‹ For further information, contact your licensed dealer.
Danger!
Once you have pressed the dispense buttons, keep your hands and other
parts of your body away from the beverage dispensing area in order to
protect yourself against scalding!
7.6.1
How to make cappuccino using the CPT cappuccino unit
Description
Parts
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
O-ring joints (063111)
Regulator screw
Suction hose
Individual CPT units
Steam
nozzle
(CPT
connector)
6. O-ring joint (063112)
Immerse suction hose (3) in the milk container. Screw the temperature regulator (2) in
as far as it will go and then give a single turn in the unscrew direction. Open the valve
above the key. If the cappuccino is too hot, turn the regulator screw slightly anticlockwise.
When a sufficient quantity of cappuccino has been served, close the valve by pressing
the key.
Note:
There must be at least 40 cm clearance between the milk pack and the CPT. Previously
heated milk or milk that has passed the “best before” date will not foam.
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7.6.2
How to prepare Cappuccino Magic and hot milk manually using a CPT (optional extra)
Danger!
Never point the steam jet towards parts of your body!
„
Option:
1. Press the [
] key twice in rapid succession to remove any condensation from the
pipe (only possible in start/stop mode).
2. Immerse the suction hose in the milk container.
3. Put a cup under the Cappuccino Magic outlet.
4. Press the [
] key again:
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The milk is served.
‹ Pressing the [
] key again prematurely terminates milk output (only in start/stop
mode).
‹ The nature of the milk foam can be regulated using the air intake screw (unscrewing it
causes a greater quantity of firmer milk foam to be served, screwing it in a smaller quantity of less firm milk foam).
‹ There must be at least 40 cm clearance between the milk container and the cup.
‹ The milk must be at room temperature. Previously heated milk or milk that has passed
the “best before” date will not foam.
‹ It makes no difference whether the coffee or milk foam is served first. The only difference will be in the color of the foam.
‹ If a Cappuccino Magic is paid for by card, pressing the cleaning key immediately after
serving triggers a jet of steam to clean the outlet.
‹ Cappuccino Magic can be programmed so that coffee and milk can be served simultaneously.
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7.7
Special steam
7.7.1
Special steam with automatic steam cut-off
Danger!
Never point the steam jet towards parts of your body!
„ Option:
This special steam outlet measures the temperature of the product to be heated. The
steam output automatically cuts off when the fixed temperature setting programmed by
the service engineer is reached. A timer operates in parallel to the temperature measurement. Repeat the procedure if the required temperature is not attained under exceptional circumstances and the steam outlet cuts off nevertheless.
Two variants of this design are available.
1st
variant:
Press the [
] key briefly to heat up a full cup.
Press the [
] key and hold it for about 2 seconds to heat up a full pot.
(The steam output can be cancelled prematurely by pressing the steam button again.)
2nd variant:
Automatically controlled steam output. Pressing the [
] key briefly causes steam to be
output. The steam output is automatically increased to full capacity after 3 seconds.
This variant is only suitable for larger containers such as coffee pots with a capacity of
min. 500 ml.
Pressing the steam key again cancels the steam output prematurely (providing start/stop
mode is enabled).
Preparing a beverage:
1. Immerse the steam pipe into the beverage to be heated until it reaches the bottom of
the container.
] key as described above:
2. Press the [
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3. The steam output is switched off automatically when the pre-programmed temperature is reached or by pressing the steam key again. (The deeper the note, the higher
the temperature.)
4. Place the container to the side.
5. Clean the steam pipe with a damp cloth.
‹ Pressing the [
] key again cancels the steam output prematurely, providing start/stop
mode is enabled.
‹ The steam pipe must remain immersed for as long as steam is being output.
‹ The beverage may start to bubble when the boiling point is reached.
‹ Steam cannot be pre-selected.
‹ Steam output is prevented during the coffee machine’s heating up phase after the system has been switched on.
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Optional Features
7.8
2nd mill (duo mill)
„ Option:
Installing a second coffee mill enables normal and decaffeinated coffee to
be freshly ground.
‹ Can be retrofitted.
‹ For further information, contact your licensed dealer.
7.9
Water softener (Filados/Brita)
„ Option:
Using a water softener improves the quality of the water or softens it to the
hardness recommended for the coffee machine.
‹ See also chapter 2.2.4 (Water connection/outlet).
‹ For further information, contact your licensed dealer.
7.10
Cup sensor
„ Option:
7.11
The cup sensor recognizes the cup under the beverage outlet of the machine and releases the product dispensing. Without a cup in place product
dispensing is blocked. The automatic rinsing process will also be blocked,
after the milk is served, until the cup is removed from the beverage outlet.
Quick cup warmer
„ Option:
The cup is (manually) pre-warmed before the product is
served.
‹ For further information, contact your licensed dealer.
7.12
Cup warmer
„ Optional feature: The cup warmer consists of an additional unit (enables
large numbers of cups to be pre-warmed).
‹ For further information, contact your licensed dealer.
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7.13
User instructions for special machines (water tank)
The following information only applies to machines with fresh and wastewater tanks.
7.13.1
Refill fresh water tank
When the level in fresh water tank is too low, the [
is displayed:
] key flashes. The following message
selection locked
watertank empty
1.
2.
3.
4.
Take out the fresh water tank.
Fill up with fresh water.
Put the water tank back in place.
Quit by pressing the flashing red [
] key.
‹ To prevent the water pump from functioning without water, no products can be served if
the water level is too low. The current product is served.
‹ Always check the water level before running the cleaning program.
7.13.2
Empty wastewater tank
When the wastewater tank is full, the [
played:
] key flashes. The following message is dis-
selection locked
waste watertank full
1.
2.
3.
4.
Remove the wastewater tank.
Empty and, if necessary, rinse.
Put the wastewater tank back in place.
Quit by pressing the flashing red [ ] key.
‹ To prevent the wastewater tank from overflowing, no products can be served. If the message is displayed while a product is being served, service continues.
‹ Always empty the wastewater tank before running the cleaning program.
7.13.3
User instructions for machines with fresh and wastewater tanks (trolley-mounted)
‹ Capacities are as follows:
Fresh water tank: 16 liters.
Wastewater tank: 11 liters
‹ The fresh water tank must be filled daily with fresh, clean drinking water.
‹ If the machine is out of use for lengthy periods, both tanks must be emptied and
cleaned.
‹ Always keep the inside of the trolley dry.
‹ Only place the tanks in the space provided (level monitoring).
‹ The trolley must be pulled, not pushed, during transport (safety measure).
‹ The trolley is not intended for transportation of merchandise. The manufacturer accepts
no liability for damage caused by misuse of the trolley or failure to respect the user instructions.
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8.
Contents
„
Optional features:
This chapter addresses users who have a payment system installed on their
coffee machine.
Available payment systems
The coffee machine can be used with or without payment. Various systems and
possibilities exist for payment mode.
Chap.
Text
8.
Payment systems
8.1.
8.1.1.
8.1.1.1.
Cards compatible with all payment systems .........................................................................8-3
MASTER card ............................................................................................................................8-3
How to obtain beverages using the MASTER card ....................................................................8-3
8.2.
8.2.1.
8.2.1.1.
8.2.1.1.1.
8.2.1.1.2.
8.2.1.1.3.
8.2.1.2.
8.2.1.2.1.
8.2.1.2.2.
8.2.1.2.3.
8.2.1.2.4.
8.2.1.2.5.
8.2.1.2.6.
8.2.1.2.7.
8.2.1.2.8.
8.2.1.2.9.
8.2.1.2.10.
8.2.1.3.
8.2.1.3.1.
Payment with internal systems ...............................................................................................8-3
MONEY chip card system ........................................................................................................8-3
MONEY card ...............................................................................................................................8-4
How to obtain beverages using the MONEY card ......................................................................8-4
Program the amount of water/coffee powder dispensed for individual coffee products.............8-5
Reset amounts of water/coffee powder for individual coffee products .......................................8-5
LOAD card ..................................................................................................................................8-6
Menu ...........................................................................................................................................8-6
Programmable security levels.....................................................................................................8-6
Load credit onto MONEY card....................................................................................................8-6
Delete credit from MONEY card .................................................................................................8-7
Display total amount of credit loaded and reset (MONEY card).................................................8-8
Chip card info..............................................................................................................................8-8
Enable MONEY card...................................................................................................................8-9
Disable MONEY card..................................................................................................................8-9
MONEY card history .................................................................................................................8-10
Change PIN code......................................................................................................................8-10
PROGRAM card .......................................................................................................................8-11
Menu .........................................................................................................................................8-11
8.3.
8.3.1.
8.3.1.1.
8.3.2.
8.3.2.1.
8.3.3.
8.3.4.
8.3.4.1.
Payment with self-service systems ......................................................................................8-12
Token slot and related systems ............................................................................................8-12
Prepare beverages ...................................................................................................................8-12
NRIG 13 EMP no-change coin slot and related systems (standard type) .........................8-12
Prepare beverages ...................................................................................................................8-13
CF350 Totalisator dual-price coin slot..................................................................................8-13
CSI (Coffee Standard Interface) external payment – Connection to coffee-bar system .8-13
Prepare beverages ...................................................................................................................8-14
8.4.
8.4.1.
8.4.1.1.
8.4.1.1.1.
8.4.1.2.
8.4.1.2.1.
8.4.1.2.2.
8.4.1.2.3.
8.4.1.2.3.1.
8.4.1.2.3.2.
Payment using Waiter Account .............................................................................................8-15
Waiter Account chip card system .........................................................................................8-15
WAITER card ............................................................................................................................8-15
Preparing beverages with the WAITER card............................................................................8-15
MANAGER card........................................................................................................................8-16
Menu .........................................................................................................................................8-16
Programmable security levels...................................................................................................8-16
Waiter payment.........................................................................................................................8-16
WAITER card sales...................................................................................................................8-16
Reset WAITER card..................................................................................................................8-17
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Chap.
Text
8.4.1.2.4.
8.4.1.2.5.
8.4.1.2.6.
8.4.1.2.7.
8.4.1.2.8.
8.4.1.3.
8.4.1.3.1.
8.4.1.3.2.
8.4.1.3.3.
8.4.1.4.
8.4.1.4.1.
Log on waiter............................................................................................................................ 8-17
Log off waiter............................................................................................................................ 8-18
Display waiter numbers............................................................................................................ 8-19
Data backup ............................................................................................................................. 8-19
Change PIN code..................................................................................................................... 8-19
COPY WAITER card ................................................................................................................ 8-20
Menu ........................................................................................................................................ 8-20
Copy waiter table “Card Æ Coffee machine” ........................................................................... 8-20
Copy waiter table “Coffee machine Æ Card” ........................................................................... 8-20
PROGRAM card....................................................................................................................... 8-21
Menu ........................................................................................................................................ 8-21
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8.
Payment systems
8.1.
Cards compatible with all payment systems
8.1.1.
MASTER card
The MASTER card is a chip payment card that is compatible with all payment systems, both external and internal. It entitles the bearer to obtain beverages from the
machine free of charge, without these being booked to the payment system.
Beverages obtained using the MASTER card are simply added to the total on the
machine and daily counters.
‹ The MASTER chip card must be enabled by the service engineer or by means of the
PROGRAM card (optional feature) on the machine (see chapter 4.6.1.12). If the
MASTER card is to be valid for several machines, it must be enabled separately on
each machine (security measure).
„
8.1.1.1.
The MASTER card is an optional feature and is not included in the standard delivery
package.
How to obtain beverages using the MASTER card
To obtain a beverage free of charge, insert the MASTER card in the card reader.
Press the desired product key and remove the card from the card reader.
1. Insert MASTER card in the card reader:
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2. Press product key:
The selected product is served.
3. Remove MASTER card.
8.2.
Payment with internal systems
8.2.1.
MONEY chip card system
Requisite chip cards
„
„
„
„
„
„
„
„
„
„
„
„
-
MONEY MONEY MONEY MONEY MONEY MONEY MONEY MONEY MONEY MONEY LOAD
PROGRAM
MASTER
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
I
J
-
card(s)
card(s)
card(s)
card(s)
card(s)
card(s)
card(s)
card(s)
card(s)
card(s)
card (see chapter 8.2.2)
card (see chapter 8.2.3)
card (see chapter 8.1)
For all the functions described in this chapter, it is assumed that the coffee machine
is ready for routine operation in payment mode.
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8.2.1.1.
MONEY card
The MONEY card is a credit card, which is inserted into the card reader to obtain a
beverage. Payment is debited from the card and the remaining credit displayed.
The various MONEY cards (MONEY A-J) have different price levels (0%-255% of the
programmed product price). These price levels can be programmed individually, as
required, by the service engineer.
A single MONEY card may be enabled for several coffee machines on condition that
the machines have the same ID number (set by the service engineer).
8.2.1.1.1. How to obtain beverages using the MONEY card
Coffee products
credit operation
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1. Insert MONEY card into the card reader.
credit
xx.xx
select product
2. Press product key.
credit
xx.xx
choice x supply x
3. The beverage is served
4. Order further beverages or remove the MONEY card from the card reader.
Tea/steam
credit operation
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1.
Insert MONEY card into the card reader.
credit
xx.xx
select product
2. Press tea or steam key.
credit
12:00
3.
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The beverage is served.
Pressing the same key again prematurely ends water or steam output.
Several water and steam products cannot be obtained in succession.
When the product key is pressed, payment is debited from the MONEY card and the
remaining credit displayed.
Several coffee products can be obtained in succession.
Pre-selection using several MONEY cards is not possible.
please wait
All of the beverages ordered with the first MONEY card are
remove card
served before products can be ordered using the next
MONEY card.
If the MONEY card remains in the card reader for more than 5 seconds (can be set
by the service engineer to any value from 0-99), a signal sounds to remind the user
that the card is still in the card reader (signal can be deactivated by the service engineer).
This message appears if the price of the product exceeds
credit xx.xx
the amount of credit left on the MONEY card.
too little credit
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8.2.1.1.2.
Program the amount of water/coffee powder dispensed for individual coffee products
credit operation
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1.
Insert MONEY card into the card reader:
credit
xx.xx
select product
2. Hold [
] key down for approximately 4 seconds.
select product
store ? ` Decaf `
3. Select the required product key.
water quantity + 0%
change `-/+` ` Decaf ` -->
4. Change the amount of water using the [ ] and [ ] keys (max. 30% more or less).
5. Press [
] key to confirm the new amount of water.
grind quantity
+ 0%
change `-/+` ` Decaf ` -
6. Change the amount of coffee powder using the [ ] and [ ] keys (max. 20% more or
less)
7. Press [
] key to confirm the new amount of coffee powder.
select product
store ? ` Decaf `
8. Repeat steps 3 to 7 for each successive product.
9. Press [
] key to save the changed data to the card.
... Busy ...
credit
xx.xx
select product
‹ Signal sounds after set time interval.
10. Remove MONEY card from the card reader.
11. Products are now served with the newly programmed amounts of water and coffee.
‹ If the MONEY card is removed before the data are saved (9) a brief signal
sounds. The values have not been saved to the card.
8.2.1.1.3. Reset amounts of water/coffee powder for individual coffee products
credit operation
1. Insert MONEY card into the card reader:
credit
xx.xx
select product
2.
Hold [ ] key down for approximately 4 seconds until a signal sounds. The following
message is displayed:
individual measuring
delete ? ` Decaf ` «
3. Press [
] key.
‹ Signal sounds after set time interval.
4. Remove MONEY card from the card reader.
credit
xx.xx
select product
‹ When values are reset, the manufacturer defaults are written to the card.
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8.2.1.2.
LOAD card
The LOAD card is used to load or delete credit onto/from MONEY cards.
‹ If you have no LOAD card, MONEY cards can be reloaded by your licensed after
sales service.
‹ The LOAD card is an optional feature and is not included in the standard delivery
package.
8.2.1.2.1. Menu
-
Load credit onto MONEY cards
Delete credit to MONEY cards
Display total credit loaded on MONEY cards
Info MONEY cards
Enable MONEY cards
Disable MONEY cards
MONEY cards history
Change PIN code
‹ At the end of every menu:
Press [ ] or [ ] key to reach the next menu, remove LOAD card Î coffee machine
ready in payment mode.
8.2.1.2.2. Programmable security levels
If the service engineer has programmed security levels 1 or 3 for the LOAD card, the
PIN code must be entered each time the card is used.
1. Insert LOAD card into the card reader:
PIN-Code 0000
` +/- `
` Decaf Æ`
2.
3.
4.
5.
Set the first digit of the PIN code using the [ ] and [ ] keys.
Confirm with the [
] key.
Repeat steps 2 and 3 until the complete PIN code has been entered.
Press [ ] or [ ] key to reach the next menu, remove LOAD card Î coffee machine
ready in payment mode.
‹ Pressing the [
] key accepts existing values
‹ The PIN code is only activated if so programmed.
‹ The current PIN code is not displayed.
8.2.1.2.3. Load credit onto MONEY card
1. Insert LOAD card into the card reader.
2. Press [ ] or [ ] key until the following menu is displayed:
load MONEY-card
execute ‘ Decaf ’
3. Press [
] key.
remove card
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4. Remove LOAD card.
insert card
MONEY / LOAD -Æ
5. Insert MONEY card into the card reader.
amount
entry
xx.xx
x.xx
Amount = Credit balance
Enter
= Credit to be loaded
6. Using the [ ] and [ ], enter the amount of credit to be loaded. Pressing the
[ ] or [ ] key adds or subtracts credit by the factor programmed by the service engineer.
7. Press [
] key.
amount xx.xx
... Save ...
remove card
8. Remove MONEY card
insert card
MONEY / LOAD -Æ
9. Load another MONEY card Î Repeat steps 5-8. Back to menuÎ Insert LOAD card
into the card reader.
load MONEY-card
execute ‘ Decaf ’
10. Press [ ] or [ ] key to reach the next menu, remove LOAD card Î coffee machine
ready in payment mode.
8.2.1.2.4. Delete credit from MONEY card
1. Insert LOAD card into the card reader.
2. Press [ ] or [ ] key until the following menu is displayed:
delete MONEY-card
execute ‘ Decaf ’
3. Press [
] key.
remove card
4. Remove LOAD card:
delete MONEY-card
execute
‘ Decaf ’
5. Insert MONEY card into the card reader:
MONEY card
delete ? ` Decaf `
6. Press [
] key.
MONEY-card
... Busy ...
remove card
7. Remove MONEY card.
insert card
MONEY / LOAD -Æ
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8. Delete another MONEY card Î Repeat steps 5-7. Back to menuÎ Insert LOAD card
into the card reader.
delete MONEY-card
execute
‘ Decaf ’
9. Press [ ] or [ ] key to reach the next menu, remove LOAD card Î coffee machine
ready in payment mode.
8.2.1.2.5. Display total amount of credit loaded and reset (MONEY card)
1. Insert LOAD card into the card reader.
2. Press [ ] or [ ] key until the following menu is displayed:
=Total amount of credit loaded on all MONEY cards since
load MONEY-card
the last reset.
sales
0.00
3. Press [
] key.
load MONEY-card
delete ? `Decaf `
4. Press [
] key.
loead MONEY-card
... Done ...
loead MONEY-card
sales
0.00
5. Press [ ] or [ ] key to reach the next menu, remove LOAD card Î coffee machine
ready in payment mode.
8.2.1.2.6. Chip card info
It is possible to query card numbers (incremental and assigned by the manufacturer).
E.g. if a MONEY card is found, the card number enables the bearer to be identified,
on condition that the cards are registered when allocated.
1. Insert LOAD card into the card reader.
2. Press [ ] or [ ] key until the following menu is displayed:
info MONEY-card
display ` Decaf `
3. Press [
] key.
remove card
4. Remove LOAD card.
insert card
MONEY / LOAD Æ
5. Insert MONEY card into the card reader.
MONEY-A
Card-Nr.
YY
xxxx
MONEY-A
YY
Card no.
= Price group
= Transaction counter (no. of products served)
= Card no.
6. Remove MONEY card.
insert card
MONEY / LOAD -Æ
7. Load another MONEY card Î Insert next MONEY card. Back to menuÎ Insert
LOAD card into the card reader.
8. Press [ ] or [ ] key to reach the next menu, remove LOAD card Î coffee machine
ready in payment mode.
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8.2.1.2.7. Enable MONEY card
1. Insert LOAD card into the card reader.
2. Press [ ] or [ ] key until the following menu is displayed:
release MONEY-card
execute
` Decaf `
3. Press [
] key.
remove card
4. Remove LOAD card:
insert card
MONEY / LOAD Æ
5. Insert MONEY card into the card reader:
MONEY card
released
remove card
6. Remove MONEY card.
insert card
MONEY / LOAD Æ
7. Enable another MONEY card Î Insert the next MONEY card. Back to menuÎ Insert
LOAD card into the card reader.
8. Press [ ] or [ ] key to reach the next menu, remove LOAD card Î coffee machine
ready in payment mode.
8.2.1.2.8. Disable MONEY card
1. Insert LOAD card into the card reader.
2. Press [ ] or [ ] key until the following menu is displayed:
lock MONEY-card
execute ` Decaf `
3. Press [
] key.
remove card
4. Remove LOAD card:
insert card
MONEY / LOAD Æ
5. Insert MONEY card into the card reader.
MONEY card
locked
remove card
6. Remove MONEY card.
insert card
MONEY / LOAD -->
7. Disable another MONEY card Î Insert next MONEY card. Back to menuÎ Insert
LOAD card into the card reader.
8. Press [ ] or [ ] key to reach the next menu, remove LOAD card Î coffee machine
ready in payment mode.
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8.2.1.2.9. MONEY card history
1.
2.
Insert LOAD card into the card reader.
Press [
] or [
] key until the following menu is displayed:
MONEY history
display ` Decaf `
3. Press [
Nr. xx
12:00
] key.
xxxxx
15.10.2001
The card and registration numbers and the time and date the card was last written to
are displayed.
4. Pressing [ ] or [ ] browses the entries on the MONEY cards (1–20).
5. Remove LOAD card Î coffee machine is ready in payment mode.
‹ It is possible to query card numbers (incremental and assigned by the manufacturer).
E.g. if a MONEY card is found, the card number enables the bearer to be identified,
on condition that the cards are registered when allocated.
8.2.1.2.10. Change PIN code
1. Insert LOAD card into the card reader.
2. Press [ ] or [ ] key until the following menu is displayed:
change PIN-code
execute ` Decaf `
3. Press [
] key.
PIN-Code
0000
`+/- ` ` Decaf `Æ
4.
5.
6.
7.
Set the first digit of the PIN code using the [ ] and [ ] keys.
Confirm with the [
] key.
Repeat steps 4 and 5 until the complete PIN code has been entered.
Press [ ] or [ ] key to reach the next menu, remove LOAD card Î coffee machine
ready in payment mode.
‹ Pressing the [
] key accepts existing values.
‹ The PIN code is only activated if so programmed.
‹ The current PIN code is not displayed.
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8.2.1.3.
PROGRAM card
In payment mode using MONEY cards, the PROGRAM card is used for statistical
purposes and for setting user-relevant data.
‹ The PROGRAM card is an optional feature and is not included in the standard delivery package.
8.2.1.3.1. Menu
-
Enable/disable payment mode
Switch prices
MONEY card price levels 1+2
Change token price with or without MONEY cards price levels 1+2.
Change product prices and article numbers (Only for external payment mode)
Display MONEY sales
Reset MONEY sales
Display MASTER sales
Reset MASTER sales
Log on MASTER card
Delete MASTER card table
Enable/disable timer
Change PIN code
‹ At the end of every menu:
Remove PROGRAM card Î coffee machine ready in payment mode.
Press [ ] or [ ] key to reach the next menu.
‹ You will find a detailed description of how to use and program the coffee machine using the PROGRAM chip card in chapter 4.6.1.
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8.3.
Payment with self-service systems
8.3.1.
Token slot and related systems
Chip cards required
- None
„
- MASTER card (see chapter 8.1).
For all the functions described in this chapter, it is assumed that the machine is ready
for routine operation in payment mode.
‹ The coffee machine will accept tokens at the same time as MONEY cards if programmed to do so by the service engineer.
8.3.1.1.
Prepare beverages
1. If the machine is ready in payment mode, the following message is displayed:
credit operation
12:00
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2. Insert token into the token slot.
token credit 1
select product
3. Press product key. Product is served.
‹ Several tokens may be inserted. When a product is selected, the number of tokens
set by the service engineer for the selected key is debited from the displayed credit.
‹ It may be necessary to insert several tokens (max. 5) in order to obtain a beverage.
‹ For the token slot to be able to accept tokens the machine must be switched on and
payment mode enabled with the PROGRAM card (see chapter 4.6.1.3).
‹ If too many tokens are inserted, they remain as credit but cannot be reclaimed. No
coins/tokens are returned.
‹ Attention: Credit is lost when the machine is switched off.
8.3.2.
NRIG 13 EMP no-change coin slot and related systems (standard type)
Chip cards required
- None
„
„
- MASTER card (see chapter 8.1)
- PROGRAM card to change prices, enable, disable and for payment mode.
For all the functions described in this chapter, it is assumed that the coffee machine
is ready for routine operation in payment mode. If the coin slot is programmed for tokens, it can be fed both coins and tokens.
Each product has a coin price and a token price.
The slot can also be used solely for tokens if disabled for coins.
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8.3.2.1.
Prepare beverages
1. When the coffee machine is ready, the following message is displayed:
insert money
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2. Insert the required amount into the coin slot. Warning: Only use the coins intended
for the coin slot.
When a token is inserted:
When coins are inserted:
price level -1
select product
credit 1,50
select product
3. Press product key. The product is served.
This message is displayed if not enough money has been inserted:
insert money
price 1,50
1 token
‹ For multiple-price coin slot systems, contact the licensed after sales service.
‹ For the coin slot to be able to accept coins the machine must be switched on
and payment mode enabled using the PROGRAM card.
(See also chapter 4.6.1.3.)
‹ If too much money is inserted, it remains as credit but cannot be reclaimed. No
coins are returned.
‹ WARNING: Credit is lost when the machine is switched off.
8.3.3.
CF350 Totalisator dual-price coin slot
‹ The coin slots are programmed by the service engineer or ex-factory for two
price levels.
‹ Insert the coins or tokens. If the first price level is attained, the corresponding
product can be obtained. If a second price-level product is ordered, the following message is displayed: “enough credit”
‹ If the second price level is attained, all products can be obtained.
‹ When a product is served, excess cash or tokens are deleted. No coins/tokens
are returned.
8.3.4.
CSI (Coffee Standard Interface) external payment – Connection to coffee-bar
system
Chip cards required
- None
„
- MASTER card (see chapter 8.1).
The coffee machine is connected to an external payment system and indirectly linked
to the cash register via a coffee-bar system.
The waiter is identified by the external system. When the waiter ID is authenticated,
an enable signal is sent from the payment system to the machine. When the product
is served, the article reference and the number of products are transmitted to the cash
register and booked to the respective waiter.
For all the functions described in this chapter, it is assumed that the machine is ready
for routine operation in payment mode.
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8.3.4.1.
Prepare beverages
1. When the coffee machine is ready, the following message is displayed:
waiter release
12:00
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2. Plug waiter jack into coffee-bar system.
select product
12:00
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3. Press product key. Product is served.
‹ To ensure that payment mode functions correctly, the machine must be
switched on and payment mode enabled using the PROGRAM card (see chapter 4.6.1.3).
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8.4.
Payment using Waiter Account
8.4.1.
Waiter Account chip card system
For all the functions described in this chapter, it is assumed that the coffee machine
is ready for routine operation in payment mode.
Chip cards required:
„
„
„
„
„
8.4.1.1.
- WAITER card(s)
- MANAGER card
- PROGRAM card
- COPY WAITER card
- MASTER card (see chapter 8.1)
WAITER card
In order to obtain a beverage, the WAITER chip card must be inserted into the card
reader. Each waiter has his own personal card which has been enabled using the
coffee machine’s PROGRAM card and given an ID number.
Beverages served are totaled on the WAITER chip card.
‹ Up to 128 WAITER chip cards can be enabled for the machine.
8.4.1.1.1. Preparing beverages with the WAITER card
waiter release
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1. Insert the WAITER card into the card reader:
waiter 1
sales
0.000
2. Press product key:
waiter 1
choice 1 supply 1
3. The beverage is served:
waiter 1
sales
3.000
4. Order further products or remove the WAITER card from the card reader.
‹ When the product key is pressed, the product price is added to the total sales
on the WAITER card and displayed if programmed to do so.
‹ ATTENTION: If the WAITER card is removed from the card reader too early
(up to 1 second after the product has been served) the following
message is displayed:
waiter release
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8.4.1.2.
MANAGER card
The MANAGER-chip card is used to program data relevant to routine Waiter Account
payment mode.
•
The MANAGER card is an optional feature and is not included in the standard delivery package
-
Waiter payment
Data backup
Display waiter
Log on waiter
Log off waiter
Change PIN code
8.4.1.2.1. Menu
‹ At the end of every menu:
Remove MANAGER card Î Coffee machine ready in payment mode.
Press [ ] key to reach the next menu.
8.4.1.2.2. Programmable security levels
If the service engineer has programmed security levels 1 or 3 for the MANAGER
card, the PIN code must be entered each time the card is used
waiter release
12:00
15.10.2001
1. Insert MANAGER card into the card reader:
PIN-Code
xxxx
2. Enter the PIN code using the [
[
] key.
] and [
] keys. Confirm individual digits with the
8.4.1.2.3. Waiter payment
8.4.1.2.3.1. WAITER card sales
This function enables you to query waiter sales. The logged on WAITER cards are
required in order to do so.
1. Insert the MANAGER card into the card reader.
2. Press [ ] or [ ] until the following menu is displayed:
waiter accounting
execute ‘ Decaf ’
3. Press [
] key:
remove card
4. Remove MANAGER card:
insert card
KELLNER/MANAGER->
5. Insert the WAITER card whose sales you wish to display or reset:
Î Waiter number
waiter 1
Î and total sales are displayed.
sales
0.000
Remove the WAITER card from the card reader. Insert another WAITER card or the
MANAGER card Î Coffee machine ready in payment mode.
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8.4.1.2.3.2. Reset WAITER card
This function enables you to reset waiter sales. The logged on WAITER cards are
required in order to do so.
1. Insert MANAGER card in to the card reader.
2. Press [ ] or [ ] until the following menu is displayed:
waiter accounting
execute ‘ Decaf ’
3. Press [
] key:
remove card
4. Remove MANAGER card:
insert card
WAITER/MANAGER-->
5.
Insert the WAITER card whose sales you wish to display or reset:
Î Waiter number
waiter 1
Î and total sales are displayed.
sales
22.222
6. Press [
] key:
WAITER card
delete ? ‘ Decaf ’
7. Press [
] key:
waiter 1
sales
0.000
Remove the WAITER card from the card reader. Insert another WAITER card or the
MANAGER card Î Coffee machine ready in payment mode.
8.4.1.2.4. Log on waiter
This function enables you to log on a waiter. The logged on WAITER cards are required in order to do so.
1. Insert MANAGER card into the card reader.
2. Press [ ] or [ ] until the following menu is displayed:
log on waiter
execute ‘ Decaf ’
3. Press [
] key:
remove card
4. Remove MANAGER card:
insert card
WAITER/MANAGER -->
5. Insert WAITER card:
waiter xx
6. Enter a WAITER number. (0-999)
waiter 1
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If 0 is entered, the following message is displayed:
waiter 0
no. invalid
If a number is entered which already exists, the following message is displayed:
waiter 1
no. exists
In both cases, remove the WAITER card, re-insert it and enter a new number
7. Press [
] key.
... Busy ...
remove card
8. Remove WAITER card:
insert card
WAITER/MAN
9. To log on further WAITER cards, insert the next WAITER card and repeat steps 4
and 5.
Remove MANAGER card Î Coffee machine ready in payment mode.
‹ If several machines are in use, the card is now enabled for all of them. However, in order to be able to obtain products, the WAITER card must also be
logged onto the other machines as well.
8.4.1.2.5. Log off waiter
This function enables you to log off a waiter. The logged on WAITER cards are not
required in order to do so.
1. Insert MANAGER card into the card reader.
2. Press [ ] or [ ] until the following menu is displayed:
log off waiter
execute ‘ Decaf ’
3. Press [
] key:
waiter 0
4. Press [
] or [
] key until the desired WAITER number is displayed.
waiter 1
5. Press [
] key:
waiter 1
card logged off
waiter 0
If a WAITER number is entered which does not figure in the waiter table, the following message is displayed:
waiter 2
does not exist
waiter 0
6. Repeat steps 4 and 5 to log off further WAITER cards. Remove MANAGER card Î
Coffee machine ready in payment mode.
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8.4.1.2.6. Display waiter numbers
This function enables you to disable waiter sales. The logged-on WAITER cards are
not required in order to do so.
1. Insert MANAGER card into the card reader.
2. Press [ ] or [ ] until the following menu is displayed:
3. Press [
] key:
waiter 1
All of the waiter numbers in the waiter table are briefly displayed in order.
waiter 2
waiter 3
... and so on.
8.4.1.2.7. Data backup
If a WAITER card is lost or is defective, this function enables you to query the total
sales of the 32 most recently used WAITER cards.
1. Insert MANAGER card into the card reader.
2. Press [ ] or [ ] until the following menu is displayed:
save data
display ‘ Decaf ’
3. Press [
] key:
waiter 3
sales
22.222
4. Pressing the [
] key enables you to query the total sales in order starting with the
highest waiter number
save data
sales 0.000
8.4.1.2.8. Change PIN code
CHEF
1. Insert MANAGER card into the card reader.
2. Press [ ] or [ ] until the following menu is displayed:
change PIN-code
execute ‘ Decaf ’
3. Press [
] key:
PIN-Code 0000
‘ -/+ ‘ ‘ Decaf ‘ -->
4. Set the first digit using the [ ] and [ ] keys.
5. Confirm with the [
] key.
6. Repeat steps 4 and 5 until the complete PIN code has been entered.
‹ When the final digit is confirmed, the new PIN code is briefly confirmed.
PIN-Code 0000
... Down ...
‹ Pressing the [
] key accepts existing values.
‹ The PIN code is only activated if so programmed.
‹ The current PIN code is not displayed.
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8.4.1.3.
COPY WAITER card
The COPY WAITER chip card enables you to transfer the table of logged-on
WAITER cards to another machine.
‹ The COPY WAITER card is an optional feature and is not included in the standard delivery package.
8.4.1.3.1. Menu
- Card Î Coffee machine
- Coffee machine Î Card
8.4.1.3.2. Copy waiter table “Card Æ Coffee machine”
1. Insert COPY WAITER card into the card reader:
CHEF
copy WAITER
card --> machine
2. Press [
] key:
... Load ...
12:00
last backup
15.10.2001
The waiter table is copied to the machine.
The date of the last waiter table backup to the card is displayed.
3. Remove COPY WAITER card.
‹ Never remove the COPY WAITER card from the card reader during data transfer!
8.4.1.3.3. Copy waiter table “Coffee machine Æ Card”
1. Insert COPY WAITER card into the card reader:
CHEF
copy WAITER
card -> machine
2. Press [
] key until the following menu is displayed:
copy WAITER
machine --> card
3. Press [
] key:
... Save ...
The waiter table is copied to the chip card.
waiter release
12:00
15.10.2001
4. Remove COPY WAITER card.
‹ Never remove the COPY WAITER card from the card reader during data transfer!
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8.4.1.4.
PROGRAM card
In Waiter Account payment mode, the PROGRAM card is used for statistical purposes and for setting user-relevant data.
‹ The PROGRAM card is an optional feature and is not included in the standard
delivery package.
(For description, see chapter 4.6.1/article ref. nos. in chapter 2.3.3)
8.4.1.4.1. Menu
-
Enable/disable payment mode
Switch prices
MONEY card price levels 1+2
Change token price with or without MONEY cards price levels 1+2.
Change product prices and article numbers (Only for external payment mode)
Display MONEY sales
Reset MONEY sales
Display MASTER sales
Reset MASTER sales
Log on MASTER card
Delete MASTER card table
Enable/disable timer
Change PIN code
‹ You will find a detailed description of how to use and program the machine using the PROGRAM-chip card in chapter 4.6.1.
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Standard Settings
9.
Contents
Chap.
Text
9.1.
Standard Settings (Software NT 2000 V 1.05) ...........................................................................9-2
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Standard settings
9.1.
Standard Settings
(Software NT 2000 V 1.05)
Hoists per cup
Product
pre-selection
Dual product
Coffee mill – Choice
(left or right)
Grinding time
Dual product
Extra amount ground
Initial pressure
Outlet switching
Prelim. infusion
(no. of impulses)
Infusion
Delay (sec.)
Extra water
0 = disabled (sec.)
Secondary pressure
Secondary pressure
(sec.)
Proportion of milk
Amount of milk
(0-30 sec.)
Dispense variants:
Milk before coffee
Milk with coffee
Milk after coffee
Delay
Product amount
(impulses)
Open infusion chamber
Opening time (ms)
Counted products
1
1
enabled /
disabled
enabled /
disabled
Links
450
45 %
160
enabled /
disabled
5
0.0
00
60
0.0
150
2.0
-
-
-
-
Espresso
1
1
enabled /
disabled
enabled /
disabled
Links
450
45 %
160
enabled /
disabled
0
-
00
80
0.0
150
2.0
-
-
-
-
Coffee
1
1
enabled /
disabled
enabled /
disabled
Links
450
45 %
160
enabled /
disabled
0
-
00
140
0.0
150
2.0
-
-
-
-
2 Ristrettos
2
1
enabled /
disabled
enabled /
disabled
Links
600
45 %
160
enabled /
disabled
5
-
00
150
0.0
150
2.0
-
-
-
-
2 espressos
2
1
enabled /
disabled
enabled /
disabled
Links
600
45 %
160
enabled /
disabled
0
-
00
150
3.0
150
2.0
-
-
-
-
2 coffees
1
2
enabled /
disabled
enabled /
disabled
Links
450
45 %
160
enabled /
disabled
0
-
10
280
6.0
150
2.0
-
-
-
-
Macchiato
1
1
enabled /
disabled
enabled /
disabled
Links
450
45 %
160
enabled /
disabled
0
-
00
60
0.0
150
2.0
50 %
10.0
Cappuccino
1
1
enabled /
disabled
enabled /
disabled
Links
450
45 %
160
enabled /
disabled
0
-
00
60
0.0
150
2.0
0%
10.0
Milk coffee
1
1
enabled /
disabled
enabled /
disabled
Links
450
45 %
160
enabled /
disabled
0
-
00
60
0.0
150
2.0
100 %
10.0
Latté
1
1
enabled /
disabled
enabled /
disabled
Links
450
45 %
160
enabled /
disabled
0
-
00
60
0.0
150
2.0
50 %
10.0
Coffee pot
1
1
enabled /
disabled
enabled /
disabled
Links
450
-
160
enabled /
disabled
0
-
00
200
0.0
150
2.0
-
-
-
-
By-pass coffee
for spirits
1
1
enabled /
disabled
-
Links
200
-
160
enabled /
disabled
0
-
00
140
150
2.0
-
-
-
-
Product program
Ristretto
Products
Milk bef.
Milk with
Milk aft.
Milk bef.
Milk with
Milk aft.
Milk bef.
Milk with
Milk aft.
Milk bef.
Milk with
Milk aft.
enabled /
disabled
enabled /
disabled
enabled /
disabled
enabled /
disabled
60 %
*
*NB Extra water is served after the coffee and not with the coffee
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Standard settings
Standard Settings
(Software NT 2000 V 1.05)
Milk
Start / Stop
enabled / disabled
Milk timeout 0-150 sec
Standard 10.0 sec
Milk 0-99.0 sec
Standard 10.0 sec
-
Milk foam
Start / Stop
enabled / disabled
Milk foam timeout 0-150 sec
Standard 10.0 sec
Milk foam 0-99.0 sec
Standard 10.0 sec
-
Tea
Start / Stop
enabled / disabled
Tea timeout after 0-150 sec
Standard 10.0 sec
Tea dosing time 0-99.0 sec
Standard 10.0 sec
-
Steam
Start / Stop
enabled / disabled
Steam timeout after 0-150 sec
Standard 10.0 sec
Steam dosing time 0-99.0 sec
Standard 10.0 sec
-
Special steam
Start / Stop
enabled / disabled
Special steam timeout after 0-150 sec
Standard 90.0 sec
Automatic steam level
enabled / disabled
Milk temperature 0°C - 90°C
Standard 70°C
Output pulse 500ms
-
-
-
Temperature
Infusion water = 86°C
Temperature
Steam = 120°C / with KML = 130°C
Infusion water
Excess temperature-1 = 16°C
Infusion water
Excess temperature -2 = 7°C
Temperature
Hot water = 95°C
Grouts container capacity = 45 prods.
Mill empty message = 50
Cleaning reminder = 450
-
-
-
Chocolate
Gen. parameters
Gen. parameters
Gen. parameters
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Appendix
10.
Chap.
Contents
Text
Page
10
appendix........................................................................................... 10-2
10.1
10.1.1
10.1.2
CE Declaration of conformity ........................................................................................................10-2
Cleaning agents “Weekly cleaning agents” ......................................................................................10-4
Cleaning tablet for the coffee machine.............................................................................................10-5
10.2
10.2.1
10.2.1.1
10.2.1.2
10.2.1.3
Performance plate of the steam generator and the instant heater ...........................................10-6
Coffee machine.................................................................................................................................10-6
Steam generator (Type - DA 61156) ................................................................................................10-6
Instant heater (Type - HW Tea 61164).............................................................................................10-6
Instant heater (Type - HW Brewing 65111)......................................................................................10-6
10.3
Environmental aspects ..................................................................................................................10-7
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Appendix
10 APPENDIX
10.1 CE Declaration of conformity
These products meet the demands of the EU guidelines.
73/23/EEC
Electrical Equipment for Use within Stipulated Voltage Limits.
89/336/EEC Electromagnetic Compatibility.
The declaration of conformity can be obtained from the following addresses:
M. Schaerer AG
Gewerbestrasse 15
CH - 3302 Moosseedorf / Switzerland
Phone: ++41 031 85 85 111
FAX:
++41 031 85 85 140
E-Mail: [email protected]
Internet: http://www.schaerer.com
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Appendix
10.2 Cleaning agents
10.2.1 Cleaning agent “Daily cleaning agent”
Attention!
Before you use the cleaning agent read the label attached to the
cleaning agent container and the "HEALTH & SAFETY DATA
SHEET." Should you not be in possession of the safety sheet,
please order it from the distributing firm.
Purpose:
Daily cleaning of the milk pipe system.
Form / smell:
See "HEALTH & SAFETY DATA SHEET."
Use:
•
•
•
•
•
•
Emergency information:
Keep away from children and unauthorized persons.
Do not swallow.
Never mix the “daily cleaning agent” with the “weekly cleaning
agent” or acids!
When diluting with water carefully admix first the water (not hotter
than 20° C) then the “daily cleaning agent.”
Use the enclosed cleaning container for the cleaning..
While working with cleaning agents ensure good ventilation.
Ask the distributing company or a customer service authorized by
the distributor for the telephone number of the emergency information center (toxicological information center) in your country.
If your country has no such or similar institution, call the following
number in Switzerland for information in emergencies
++41 01 251 51 51 (Toxicological Information Center)
FIRST AID:
SEE "HEALTH & SAFETY DATA SHEET."
Note:
Important for the doctor:
If possible show the doctor the cleaning agent label or the "HEALTH &
SAFETY DATA SHEET."
Storage of the “daily cleaning agent:”
•
Keep out of the reach of children and unauthorized persons
•
Protect from heat.
•
Protect from light.
•
Do not mix cleaning agents.
•
Store only in original container/packaging.
•
Do not store together with food, beverages or other items of human
consumption.
•
Obey regulations for storage of cleaning agents.
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Appendix
10.1.1 Cleaning agents “Weekly cleaning agents”
Attention
Before you use the cleaning agent read the label attached to the
cleaning agent container and the "HEALTH & SAFETY DATA
SHEET.” Should you not be in possession of this safety sheet,
please order it from the distributing firm.
Purpose:
For the weekly cleaning of the milk pipe system.
Form / smell:
See "HEALTH & SAFETY DATA SHEET."
Use:
•
•
•
•
•
•
Emergency information:
Keep cleaning agent away from children and unauthorized persons.
Do not swallow!
Never mix the “weekly cleaning agent” with the “daily cleaning
agent” or acids!
When diluting with water carefully admix first the water (not hotter
than 20° C) then the “weekly cleaning agent.”
Use the enclosed container for the cleaning..
While working with the cleaning agents ensure good ventilation.
Ask the distributing company or a customer service authorized by
the distributor for the telephone number of the emergency information center (toxicological information center) in your country.
If your country has no such or similar institution, call the following
number in Switzerland for information in emergencies:
++41 01 251 51 51 (Toxicological Information Center)
First aid:
See "HEALTH & SAFETY DATA SHEET."
Note:
Important for the doctor:
If possible show the doctor the cleaning agent label or the "HEALTH &
SAFETY DATA SHEET."
Storage of the “weekly cleaning agent”:
•
Keep out of the reach of children and unauthorized persons.
•
Protect from heat.
•
Protect from light.
•
Do not mix cleaning agents
•
Store only in original container/packaging.
•
Do not store together with food, beverages and other items of human consumption.
•
Obey regulations for storage of cleaning agents.
ª
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Appendix
10.1.2 Cleaning tablet for the coffee machine
Attention!
Before you use the cleaning agent read the label attached to the
cleaning agent container and the “HEALTH AND SAFETY DATA
SHEET.” Should you not be in possession of this safety sheet,
please order it from the distributing firm.
Purpose:
For the daily cleaning of the coffee system of the coffee machine.
Form / smell:
See “HEALTH AND SAFETY DATA SHEET.”
Use:
•
•
•
•
•
Emergency information:
Keep the cleaning tablet away from children and unauthorized persons.
Do not swallow!
Do not eat or drink while using the cleaning tablet.
Wash hands and face immediately before breaks and after using the
cleaning tablet.
Never mix the cleaning tablet with liquid or pulverized cleaning
agents or with acids.
Ask the distributing company or a customer service authorized by
the distributor for the telephone number of the emergency information center (toxicological information center) in your country.
If your country has no such or similar institution, call the following
number in Switzerland for information in emergencies:
++41 01 251 51 51 (Toxicological Information Center)
First aid:
See "HEALTH & SAFETY DATA SHEET."
Note:
Important for the doctor:
If possible show the doctor the cleaning agent label or the "HEALTH &
SAFETY DATA SHEET."
Storage of the cleaning tablet:
•
Keep out of the reach of children and unauthorized persons.
•
Protect from heat.
•
Protect from light.
•
Protect from moisture
•
Do not mix cleaning agents.
•
Store only in original container/packaging.
•
Do not store together with food, beverages and other items of human consumption
•
Obey regulations for storage of cleaning agents.
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Appendix
10.2 Performance plate of the steam generator and the instant heater
10.2.1 Coffee machine
Key
10.3.1.1.
10.3.1.2.
10.3.1.3.
Type
Excess operating pressure
Maximum excess op. pressure
Test excess pressure
Maximum op. temperature
Minimum op. temperature
Operating temperature
Water capacity
Year of construction
Manufacture number
DA
2.5 bar
12 bar
18 bar
192°C
10°C
140°C
0.8 l
20..
DA.....
HW
4.0 bar
12 bar
18 bar
192°C
10°C
152°C
0.8 l
20..
HW.....
HW
2.5 bar
12 bar
18 bar
192°C
10°C
95°C
0.8 l
20...
HW.....
pmax
Tmax
Tmin
Vol.
10.2.1.1 Steam generator (Type - DA 61156)
M. Schaerer AG, CH-3302 Moosseedorf
Typ
pmax
U
f
:
:
:
:
SE
12 bar
230 VAC
50/60 Hz
F-Nr. :
DA.......
Constr. year: 20..
Tmax :
192ºC
Vol.
:
0.8 l
Tmin :
10ºC
P
:
3000 W
Exec. and. control n. SVTI und TÜV Regulations
M. Schaerer AG, CH-3302 Moosseedorf
Typ
pmax
U
f
:
:
:
:
SE
12 bar
230 VAC
50/60 Hz
F-Nr. :
DA.......
Baujahr :
20..
Tmax :
192ºC
Vol.
:
0.8 l
Tmin :
10ºC
P
:
3000 W
Ausfng. u. Prüfung n. SVTI und TÜV Vorschriften
10.2.1.2 Instant heater (Type - HW Tea 61164)
M. Schaerer AG, CH-3302 Moosseedorf
Typ
pmax
U
f
:
:
:
:
SE
12 bar
230 VAC
50/60 Hz
F-Nr. : HW.......
Constr. year
:
20..
Tmax :
192ºC
Vol.
:
0.8 l
Tmin :
10ºC
P
: 2x3000 W
Exec. and. control n. SVTI und TÜV Regulations
M. Schaerer AG, CH-3302 Moosseedorf
Typ
pmax
U
f
:
:
:
:
SE
12 bar
230 VAC
50/60 Hz
F-Nr. : HW.......
Baujahr :
20..
Tmax :
192ºC
Vol.
:
0.8 l
Tmin :
10ºC
P
: 2x3000 W
Ausfng. u. Prüfung n. SVTI und TÜV Vorschriften
10.2.1.3 Instant heater (Type - HW Brewing 65111)
M. Schaerer AG, CH-3302 Moosseedorf
Typ
pmax
U
f
:
:
:
:
SE
12 bar
230 VAC
50/60 Hz
F-Nr. : HW.......
Constr. year: 20..
Tmax :
192ºC
Vol.
:
0.8 l
Tmin :
10ºC
P
:
3000 W
Exec. and. control n. SVTI und TÜV Regulations
M. Schaerer AG, CH-3302 Moosseedorf
Typ
pmax
U
f
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:
:
:
:
SE
12 bar
230 VAC
50/60 Hz
F-Nr. : HW.......
Baujahr :
20..
Tmax :
192ºC
Vol.
:
0.8 l
Tmin :
10ºC
P
:
3000 W
Ausfng. u. Prüfung n. SVTI und TÜV Vorschriften
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10.3 Environmental aspects
Packaging
The machines are shipped in reusable cartons and palettes.
Spare parts
Parts exchanged during a service are reconditioned as far as possible
and used again.
Coffee grouts
The grouts in the grouts container can put in the garden or added to the
compost.
Cleaning agent
Environmental protection!
If no re-use is possible, cleaning agents and their packaging must be
disposed of in line with local laws and regulations in accordance with the
“HEALTH AND SAFETY DATA SHEET.”
Energy consumption
The energy consumption corresponds to the technical state of the art at
the time the machine was developed.
Disposal:
Environmental protection!
The machines must be disposed off correctly and in line with local laws
and regulations.
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11.
Index
ACDEFGHI KLMNOPQRSTUW
Text
Kapitel
A
Index
Accident prevention regulations ........................................................................................
Alarm functions..................................................................................................................
Alarm group 1 (Info)...........................................................................................................
Alarm group 2 (Errors).......................................................................................................
Appendix............................................................................................................................
C
0.4. ............... 0 -7
7.5 ................ 7 -10
7.5.1 ............. 7 -10
7.5.2 ............. 7 -10
10 ................. 10 -2
Index
Cards compatible with all payment systems .....................................................................
CE Declaration of conformity.............................................................................................
CF350 Totalisator dual-price coin slot...............................................................................
Change date ......................................................................................................................
Change dosing time è steam, hot milk and/or milk foam ..................................................
Change MONEY card price levels 1 + 2 ...........................................................................
Change on/off time ............................................................................................................
Change PIN code ..............................................................................................................
Change PIN code ..............................................................................................................
Change PIN code ..............................................................................................................
Change PIN code ..............................................................................................................
Change product price and article number (for external CCI / CSI payment systems) ......
Change quantity è water and/or milk for coffee products..................................................
Change quantity of coffee ground (coffee powder) ...........................................................
Change time ......................................................................................................................
Change token price with or without MONEY card price levels 1 + 2.................................
Characteristics...................................................................................................................
Characteristics of the coffee machine ...............................................................................
CHEF card.........................................................................................................................
Chip card error messages .................................................................................................
Chip card functions............................................................................................................
Chip card info ....................................................................................................................
Chip card loader ................................................................................................................
Chip card options for normal operating mode ...................................................................
Chip cards .........................................................................................................................
Chip cards for payment mode ...........................................................................................
Cleaning agent ..................................................................................................................
Cleaning agents “Weekly cleaning agents”.......................................................................
Cleaning coffee machine (without fridge) ..........................................................................
Cleaning instructions for cappuccinatore CPT (option).....................................................
Cleaning settings ...............................................................................................................
Cleaning tablet for the coffee machine..............................................................................
Clening ..............................................................................................................................
Coffee machine .................................................................................................................
Coffee machine data .........................................................................................................
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Kapitel
Coffee machine is blocked, no products can be served....................................................
Coffee products cannot be served ....................................................................................
COFFEE TEST card..........................................................................................................
COPY WAITER card .........................................................................................................
Copy waiter table “Card à Coffee machine” ......................................................................
Copy waiter table “Coffee machine à Card” ......................................................................
CPT cappuccino unit .........................................................................................................
CSI (Coffee Standard Interface) external payment – Connection to coffee-bar system ...
Cup sensor ........................................................................................................................
Cup sensor ........................................................................................................................
Cup sensor (optional extra) ...............................................................................................
Cup warmer .......................................................................................................................
6.1.1..............
6.1.2..............
4.6.3..............
8.4.1.3...........
8.4.1.3.2........
8.4.1.3.3........
7.6.................
8.3.4..............
6.2.1..............
7.10...............
7.1.5.5...........
7.12...............
6 -2
6 -3
4 26
8 -20
8 -20
8 -20
7 -13
8 -13
6 -6
7 -16
7 -9
7 -16
5.3.................
5.8.1..............
8.4.1.2.7........
4.4.3..............
5.5.................
8.2.1.2.4........
4.6.1.13.........
2....................
7.1.1..............
0.4.7..............
7.1.2.2...........
2.2.2..............
7.5.3..............
4.6.2.2...........
8.2.1.2.8........
4.4.11............
4.4.11.1.........
4.4.11.2.........
5.4.1..............
4.6.1.10.........
4.6.1.8...........
8.2.1.2.5........
8.4.1.2.6........
5 -5
5 -35
8 -19
4 -6
5 -27
8 -7
4 -24
2 -2
7 -2
0 -8
7 -3
2 -5
7 -12
4 -25
8 -9
4 -11
4 -11
4 -11
5 -16
4 -23
4 -22
8 -8
8 -19
D
Index
Daily cleaning coffee machine with fridge .........................................................................
Daily cleaning of CPT (option)...........................................................................................
Data backup.......................................................................................................................
Decaffeinated coffee..........................................................................................................
Defrosting the fridge ..........................................................................................................
Delete credit from MONEY card ........................................................................................
Delete MASTER table .......................................................................................................
Description.........................................................................................................................
Description.........................................................................................................................
Designated use..................................................................................................................
Dimensions ........................................................................................................................
Dimensions of the coffee machine ....................................................................................
Disable driver.....................................................................................................................
Disable keys ......................................................................................................................
Disable MONEY card ........................................................................................................
Disassembly ......................................................................................................................
Disassembly of the coffee machine...................................................................................
Disassembly of the refrigerator..........................................................................................
Dismantling and cleaning the milk pipe system.................................................................
Display MASTER card.......................................................................................................
Display MONEY sales .......................................................................................................
Display total amount of credit loaded and reset (MONEY card) .......................................
Display waiter numbers .....................................................................................................
E
Index
Electrical energy ................................................................................................................
Empty wastewater tank .....................................................................................................
Enable keys .......................................................................................................................
Enable MONEY card .........................................................................................................
Enable/disable payment mode ..........................................................................................
Environmental aspects ......................................................................................................
Environmental protection regulations ................................................................................
Equipment..........................................................................................................................
Equipment and accessories of the coffee machine...........................................................
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7.13.2............ 7 -17
4.6.2.3........... 4 -25
8.2.1.2.7........ 8 -9
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Index
First-time installation..........................................................................................................
First-time installation..........................................................................................................
For your safety...................................................................................................................
Fridge maintenance...........................................................................................................
3.1. ...............
7.1.5.1 ..........
0.2. ...............
5.6 ................
3 -1
77
0 -4
5 -27
General.............................................................................................................................. 0.4.1. ............
Ground coffee test program .............................................................................................. 4.6.3.2. .........
0 -7
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G
H
Index
Index
Heat beverage ...................................................................................................................
How to make cappuccino using the CPT cappuccino unit ................................................
How to obtain beverages using the MASTER card...........................................................
How to obtain beverages using the MONEY card.............................................................
How to prepare Cappuccino Magic and hot milk manually using a CPT (optional extra) .
I
5.1 ................ 5 -2
5.3.1 ............. 5 -5
5.7.1 ............. 5 -28
2.1.2. ............ 2 -3
7.1.5 ............. 7 -7
10.2.1.3 ........ 10 -6
10.2.1.2 ........ 10 -6
4.1. ............... 4 -3
Index
Key..................................................................................................................................... 1.3. ...............
KEY BLOCK card .............................................................................................................. 4.6.2. ............
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Liability...............................................................................................................................
LOAD card.........................................................................................................................
Load credit onto MONEY card ..........................................................................................
Load machine data from card to coffee machine ..............................................................
Location .............................................................................................................................
Log off waiter .....................................................................................................................
Log on MASTER card........................................................................................................
Log on waiter .....................................................................................................................
Longer idle time: ................................................................................................................
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7 -13
8 -3
8 -4
7 -14
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Important general notes on cleaning .................................................................................
Inside Cleaning..................................................................................................................
Inside Cleaning..................................................................................................................
Installation chart of the coffee machine.............................................................................
Installing the refrigerator....................................................................................................
Instant heater (Type - HW Brewing 65111).......................................................................
Instant heater (Type - HW Tea 61164)..............................................................................
Introduction........................................................................................................................
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4.4.5. ............
7.6.1 .............
8.1.1.1. .........
8.2.1.1.1. ......
7.6.2 .............
0.3. ...............
8.2.1.2. .........
8.2.1.2.3. ......
4.5.2.3. .........
3.2. ...............
8.4.1.2.5. ......
4.6.1.12. .......
8.4.1.2.4. ......
4.4.10. ..........
0 -6
8 -6
8 -6
4 -18
31
8 18
4 -23
8 -17
4 -10
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Making the coffee machine ready for operation ................................................................
Malfunctions.......................................................................................................................
MANAGER card.................................................................................................................
MASTER card....................................................................................................................
Menu..................................................................................................................................
Menu..................................................................................................................................
Menu..................................................................................................................................
Menu..................................................................................................................................
Menu..................................................................................................................................
Menu..................................................................................................................................
Menu..................................................................................................................................
Menu..................................................................................................................................
Menu..................................................................................................................................
Menu..................................................................................................................................
Messages displayed when coffee machine is ready for operation....................................
Milk container level/Milk empty (optional feature) .............................................................
Milk temperature monitor (optional extra)..........................................................................
Miscellaneous ....................................................................................................................
Models of the coffee machine............................................................................................
MONEY card......................................................................................................................
MONEY card history..........................................................................................................
MONEY chip card system .................................................................................................
4.4.1..............
0.4.3..............
8.4.1.2...........
8.1.1..............
4.5.1.1...........
4.5.2.1...........
4.6.1.1...........
4.6.2.1...........
4.6.3.1...........
8.2.1.2.1........
8.2.1.3.1........
8.4.1.2.1........
8.4.1.3.1........
8.4.1.4.1........
4.3.................
7.1.5.3...........
7.1.5.6...........
2.4.3..............
2.3.1..............
8.2.1.1...........
8.2.1.2.9........
8.2.1..............
4 -5
0 -7
8 -16
8 -3
4 -12
4 -17
4 -18
4 -25
4 -26
8 -6
8 -11
8 -16
8 -20
8 -21
4 -4
7 -8
7 -9
2 -8
2 -6
8 -4
8 -10
8 -3
No steam products are served .......................................................................................... 6.1.3..............
No tea products can be served.......................................................................................... 6.1.4..............
NRIG 13 EMP no-change coin slot and related systems (standard type)......................... 8.3.2..............
6 -4
6 -4
8 -12
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Operating data of the coffee machine ...............................................................................
Operating modes of the coffee machine ...........................................................................
Optional features ...............................................................................................................
Optional features for the coffee machine ..........................................................................
Outside cleaning ................................................................................................................
Outside cleaning ................................................................................................................
Overview of the coffee machine ........................................................................................
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4 -4
7 -2
2 -7
5 -15
5 -33
2 -2
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Payment systems ..............................................................................................................
Payment systems ..............................................................................................................
Payment using Waiter Account .........................................................................................
Payment with internal systems ..........................................................................................
Payment with self-service systems....................................................................................
Performance plate of the steam generator and the instant heater....................................
Power supply .....................................................................................................................
Power supply of the refrigerator ........................................................................................
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2.2.................
4.2.................
7....................
2.3.4..............
5.3.2..............
5.7.2..............
2.1.1..............
7.2................. 7 -9
8.................... 8 -3
8.4................. 8 -15
8.2................. 8 -3
8.3................. 8 -12
10.2............... 10 -6
2.2.3.............. 2 -5
7.1.2.3........... 7 -4
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Prepare beverages ............................................................................................................
Prepare beverages ............................................................................................................
Prepare beverages ............................................................................................................
Prepare Cappuccino Magic, milk coffee, Latté or Macchiato automatically (with optio.
refrigera.) ...........................................................................................................................
Prepare coffee product......................................................................................................
Prepare coffee products using second level .....................................................................
Prepare decaffeinated coffee manually.............................................................................
Prepare decaffeinated coffee using the coffee mill and DECAF key ................................
Prepare decaffeinated coffee using the coffee mill without the DECAF key.....................
Prepare hot milk (only with optional refrigerator) ..............................................................
Prepare milk foam (only with optional refrigerator) ...........................................................
Prepare tea........................................................................................................................
Preparing beverages with the WAITER card ....................................................................
Prerequisites for installing the coffee machine..................................................................
Problems ...........................................................................................................................
Problems and error messages ..........................................................................................
Problems and troubleshooting...........................................................................................
Problems without messages (display-messages) .............................................................
Product data ......................................................................................................................
Products can still be served ..............................................................................................
PROGRAM card ................................................................................................................
PROGRAM card ................................................................................................................
PROGRAM card ................................................................................................................
Program the amount of water/coffee powder dispensed for individual coffee products ...
Programmable security level .............................................................................................
Programmable security levels ...........................................................................................
Programmable security levels ...........................................................................................
Programming using optional chip cards ............................................................................
Programming using standard chip cards...........................................................................
Purpose .............................................................................................................................
Purpose and structure of this instruction manual ..............................................................
Purpose of the coffee machine..........................................................................................
8.3.1.1. .........
8.3.2.1. .........
8.3.4.1. .........
4.4.8. ............
8 -12
8 -13
8 -14
4 -9
4.4.2. ............
4.4.2.1. .........
4.4.3.1. .........
4.4.3.2. .........
4.4.3.3. .........
4.4.6. ............
4.4.7. ............
4.4.4. ............
8.4.1.1.1. ......
3.3. ...............
6. ..................
6.1. ...............
7.1.3 .............
6.2. ...............
7.1.2 .............
6.1.5. ............
4.6.1. ............
8.2.1.3. .........
8.4.1.4. .........
8.2.1.1.2. ......
4.6.1.2. .........
8.2.1.2.2. ......
8.4.1.2.2. ......
4.6. ...............
4.5. ...............
7.1.1.3 ..........
1.2. ...............
2.1.3. ............
4 -5
4 -6
4 -6
4 -7
4 -7
4 -8
4 -9
4 -7
8 -15
3 -1
6 -2
6 -2
7 -5
6 -6
7 -3
6 -5
4 -18
8 -11
8 -21
8 -5
4 -19
8 -6
8 -16
4 -18
4 -12
7 -2
1 -1
2 -4
Quick cup warmer.............................................................................................................. 7.11 ..............
7 -16
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Read product counter for coffees and teas per key ..........................................................
Reassembling / Major cleaning .........................................................................................
Recalibrate milk level sensor.............................................................................................
Refill fresh water tank ........................................................................................................
Refrigerator........................................................................................................................
Refrigerator installation chart ............................................................................................
Refrigerator is not cold enough .........................................................................................
Refrigerator overview ........................................................................................................
Refrigerator parts...............................................................................................................
Refrigerator serial data......................................................................................................
Reset amounts of water/coffee powder for individual coffee products..............................
Reset counter ....................................................................................................................
Reset MASTER card .........................................................................................................
Reset MONEY sales..........................................................................................................
Reset WAITER card ..........................................................................................................
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5.4.2 .............
7.1.5.4 ..........
7.13.1 ...........
7.1 ................
7.1.1.2 ..........
7.1.3.3 ..........
7.1.1.1 ..........
7.1.4 .............
7.1.1.4 ..........
8.2.1.1.3. ......
4.5.1.3. .........
4.6.1.11. .......
4.6.1.9. .........
8.4.1.2.3.2. ...
4 -12
5 -20
7 -8
7 -17
7 -2
7 -2
7 -5
7 -2
7 -6
7 -3
8 -5
4 -13
4 -23
4 -23
8 -17
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Rinsing in between: ...........................................................................................................
Rinsing the coffee pipes ....................................................................................................
Rinsing the milk pipes (fridge option) ................................................................................
Routine operation ..............................................................................................................
5.2.................
5.2.1..............
5.2.2..............
4.4.................
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7 -16
5 -26
0 -9
4 -10
7 -5
7 -5
2 -8
8 -12
0.4.2..............
4....................
7.13.3............
7.13...............
2.5.................
0 -7
4 -3
7 -17
7 -17
2 -9
8.4.1..............
8.4.1.1...........
8.4.1.2.3.1. ...
8.4.1.2.3........
8 -15
8 -15
8 -16
8 -16
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Waiter Account chip card system ......................................................................................
WAITER card.....................................................................................................................
WAITER card sales ...........................................................................................................
Waiter payment..................................................................................................................
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7.8.................
5.4.3..............
0.4.8..............
4.4.9..............
7.1.3.1...........
7.1.3.2...........
2.4.1..............
8.3.1..............
Index
Unauthorized users ...........................................................................................................
User instructions ................................................................................................................
User instructions for machines with fresh and wastewater tanks (trolley-mounted) .........
User instructions for special machines (water tank)..........................................................
User panel of the coffee machine......................................................................................
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0.1................. 0 -4
0.5................. 0 -9
0.2.1.............. 0 -5
4.5.2.2........... 4 -17
4.5.2.............. 4 -17
2.1.4.............. 2 -4
4.5.1.11......... 4 -16
7.1.5.2........... 7 -7
2.3.3.............. 2 -7
2.4................. 2 -8
7.7................. 7 -15
7.7.1.............. 7 -15
2.3.2.............. 2 -6
2.6.1.............. 2 -10
7.1.2.4........... 7 -4
9.1................. 9 -2
5.2.3.............. 5 -4
10.2.1.1......... 10 -6
4.6.1.4........... 4 -19
Index
2nd mill (duo mill)...............................................................................................................
Table for reassembling the milk pipe system ....................................................................
Technical condition............................................................................................................
Terminating operation / Switching the coffee machine off ................................................
The refrigerator does not work ..........................................................................................
The refrigerator functions noisily .......................................................................................
Time settings .....................................................................................................................
Token slot and related systems.........................................................................................
U
5 -3
5 -3
5 -3
4 -5
Index
Safety.................................................................................................................................
Safety notes and rating plates ...........................................................................................
Safety symbols used in these instructions ........................................................................
Save coffee machine data to card .....................................................................................
SAVE DATA card ..............................................................................................................
Serial data of the coffee machine ......................................................................................
Service reminder ...............................................................................................................
Set temperature .................................................................................................................
Special accessories of the coffee machine (not in standard delivery package)................
Special settings..................................................................................................................
Special steam ....................................................................................................................
Special steam with automatic steam cut-off ......................................................................
Standard accessories of the coffee machine (standard delivery package).......................
Standard chip cards...........................................................................................................
Standard refrigerator accessories .....................................................................................
Standard Settings (Software NT 2000 V 1.05) ................................................................
Steam cleaning the milk pipes (fridge option) ...................................................................
Steam generator (Type - DA 61156) .................................................................................
Switch prices......................................................................................................................
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Water connection/outlet.....................................................................................................
Water softener (Filados/Brita) ...........................................................................................
Weekly cleaning coffee machine with fridge .....................................................................
Weekly cleaning of CPT (option).......................................................................................
Welcome............................................................................................................................
2.2.4. ............
7.9 ................
5.4 ................
5.8.2 .............
1.1. ...............
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7 -16
5 -16
5 -35
1 -1
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