USER`S MANUAL BALL DISPENSER

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USER’S MANUAL
BALL DISPENSER
RS-4
RS-8
RS-12
RS-20
RS-45
CONTENTS
1.
2.
3.
1 General information
1.1.
Preface
5
1.2.
EC Declaration of Conformity
6
1.3. Description
1.3.1
Ball Dispenser
1.3.2
Ball Management System
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7
7
1.4.
Identification
7
1.5
Technical specifications
8
Safety
9
2.1
General
9
2.2
Conformity with mandatory requirements
9
2.3
Remaining risks
9
2.4
Authorised use
10
2.5
Unauthorised use
10
2.6
Emergencies
2.6.1
Fire
11
11
2.7
Operational reliability
11
How to use the Ball Dispenser
12
3.1
4.
5
Necessary qualifications
12
3.2
BA-99 Control System
3.2.1
Introduction
3.2.2
Getting started
12
12
13
3.3
Payment Methods and Prices
3.3.1
Range Servant® Tokens
3.3.2 Mechanical Coin Contol
3.3.3
Electronic Coin Control Cashflow 340
3.3.3.1
Change of prices, blocking of coins etc... Cashflow 340.
3.3.4
Manual magnetic card reader (EMC-30)
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Design and function
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4.1. General
4.1.1
Machine exterior
4.1.2
Machine interior
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4.2.
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4.2.1
Grid
4.2.2 Payment Methods
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Maintenance
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5.1.
General
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5.2.
Periodical maintenance
24
5.3.
Maintenance intervals and instructions
24
5.4.
Troubleshooting and repair
26
5.5.
Function test
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Installation
6.
6.1.
29
Factory testing and configuration
29
6.2. Installation of the ball dispenser
Possible number of balls upon each payment
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6.3. Installation – Wiring Diagram
6.3.1
Wiring Diagram for the connection of BA-99 to the Ball Dispenser
6.3.2
Wiring of Payment Systems
Token
6.3.2.2
Mechanical Coin Control
6.3.2.3
Mechanical Coin Control with “adding” circuit card
6.3.2.4
Electronic Coin Control (Mars® Cashflow 340)
6.3.2.5
Magnetic card reader EMC-30
6.3.2.6
Counter
6.3.3
Cables
6.3.3.1
Cable Specifications
6.3.3.2
Power supply
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36
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Spare parts
7.
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7.1. External
7.1.1 External RS-4
7.1.2
External RS-8
7.1.3
External RS-12
7.1.4
External RS-20
7.1.5
External RS-45
7.2
Control box
7.2.1
Control box door with mechanical coin control
7.2.2
Control box door with electronic coin control
7.2.3
Inner side of the control box door with mechanical coin control
7.2.4
Inner side of the control box door with electronic coin control
7.2.5
Inside the control box, EMC-30 card reader
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7.2. Internal
7.3.1
Grid
7.3.2
Side view of grid inside the ball dispenser
7.3.3
Grid inside ball dispenser, viewed from above
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Retailers and representatives
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8.1.
Head Office
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8.2.
Your Sales Representative
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Prepared by:
Date:
Number of words:
Version:
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1. 1
1.1.
General information
Preface
We congratulate you to your new Range Servant machine. You have made a good
choice! Not only have you chosen an excellent state-of-the-art Ball Dispenser with little
demands on maintenance but you have also chosen quality. Quality is ensured with
the help of modern production techniques, carefully chosen materials and the
responsible workmanship of our staff.
This User’s Manual contains all the information necessary to fully understand the
maintenance and operation of the machine.
Study the User’s Guide carefully before using the machine. If these instructions
are not followed, persons using the machine might be injured or the equipment itself
be damaged. In many cases, following the instructions is a necessary condition for
Range Servants’ warranty to be applicable. Every person operating the machine must
read these instructions.
No part of this publication may be reproduced without the written authorisation of
Range Servant.
We now offer a limited three-year warranty on our Ball Dispensers. This does not
include payment systems and normal wear and tear. Study the warranty conditions
carefully and keep them in a safe place. If you have any questions, or if problems
should arise, please contact your Range Servant representative.
THREE-YEARS WARRANTY
Range Servant AB hereby undertakes to provide a warranty on material and function on the
RANGE SERVANT dispenser for three years from the date of delivery. The guarantee does not
cover payment systems and wearing parts. This engagement applies to repaired or replaced
components for a period of three months. This undertaking only applies to the original purchaser. It
also applies only to shortcomings of those parts, which the manufacturer verifies after due
inspection. Repairs or replacement of parts may only be carried out by a representative authorised
by the manufacturer. The manufacturer also guarantees that the equipment delivered matches the
product description supplied. THE UNDERTAKINGS SPECIFIED IN THIS AGREEMENT
CONSTITUTE THE MANUFACTURER’S SOLE OBLIGATION TOWARDS THE PURCHASER.
THE MANUFACTURER IS IN NO WAY RESPONSIBLE FOR ANY UNDERTAKINGS OUTSIDE
THE FRAMEWORK OF THIS WARRANTY CERTIFICATE. Neither is the manufacturer
responsible for any undertakings given by any outside person during the sales negotiations. The
warranty agreement does not apply to equipment that has been repaired or replaced by
persons/companies not authorised by the manufacturer. The manufacturer’s warranty undertaking
does not apply if the equipment is used incorrectly, if it has been damaged through improper
maintenance or accidents or if it has been handled in a way not specified in the manual which is
supplied with the dispenser upon delivery. The manufacturer is also free from financial liability for
any type of injury that may arise in connection with the sale and repair of the equipment and from
injuries to third parties in conjunction with its use.
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1.2.
EC Declaration of Conformity
In accordance with the Machine Directive 89/392/EEC, annex IIA.
The Manufacturer:
Range Servant AB
Skallebackavägen 11
SE- 302 41 HALMSTAD
Sweden
The Representative:
(To be filled out by a representative established within the EU)
...............................................................................................
Company
...............................................................................................
Address
...............................................................................................
Telephone
Declare that:
Ball Dispenser ........................................................................
Machine
...............................................................................................
Type
...............................................................................................
Serial no., manufacturing no. etc.
A)
is in conformity with Council Directive 89/392/EEC of 14 June 1989 concerning
approximation of the laws of the Member States relating to machines in particular as
referred to in Annexe I to this Directive concerning essential health and safety
requirements in connection with the design and manufacture of machines, as amended
by Council Directive 91/368/EEC of 20 June 1991 on the amendment of Directive
89/392/EEC concerning approximation of the laws of the Member States relating to
machines;
B)
(if applicable)
are manufactured in accordance with the following regulations, directives etc.: ..............;
C)
that the harmonised standards 292-1, 292-2
and 292-2A (or parts thereof) have been applied
(if the requirements under A have been fulfilled)
D)
(if applicable) are manufactured according to the following national standards and
technical specifications: ...................................................................................................
Halmstad,
...............................................................
Date
Jordan Knez
President
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1.3.
Description
1.3.1
Ball Dispenser
The Ball Dispenser can be used either as a stand-alone machine or it can be
integrated into a complete, automated system - the Range Servant Ball Management
System.
The user-friendly ball dispensers from Range Servant are designed to accept different
types of payment and to deliver, quickly and consistently, the exact number of balls.
Prices are differentiated and several payment methods can be used in parallel. The
number of dispensed balls per payment can be easily changed by the user himself.
The balls are handled with care and only undamaged and clean balls are delivered to
the player.
1.3.2
Ball Management System
Range Servant can deliver a complete, flexible Ball Management System adaptable to
any kind of driving range requirements. The Ball Dispenser can be combined with the
work-efficient, environment friendly Ball Washer. The Ball Washer in turn can be
connected to the Elevator, the Conveyor Belt or the Blower for the transport of clean,
undamaged balls from Washer to Dispenser. The system also includes a Ball Picker
machine picking up used balls from all over the driving range. Thus the circle is closed
and manual work reduced to a minimum.
By applying our extensive know-how to the specific problems of every driving range we
are able to offer tailor-made solutions.
1.4.
Identification
When contacting Range Servant, please identify your machine with the help of the
information contained in the identification plate. The identification plate is well visible
and firmly attached and contains the following information:
• Name and address of the manufacturer
• CE-marking
• Designation of series or type of machine
• Serial no., if any
• Year of manufacture
Fig. 1: Product identification plate
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1.5
Technical specifications
General
RS-4
Capacity [balls]
Settings [balls/turns]
Settings [turns/ payment]
Water connection
Min. water pressure [bar] /([psi])
Drain connection [mm] /([in])
Water consumption [L/turn] /([gal/turn])
RS-8
5 200
9-17
1-999
R 1/2"
1.96 (28.4)
75 (3)
0.5 (0.13)
RS-12*
8 000
9-17
1-999
R 1/2"
1.96 (28.4)
75 (3)
0.5 (0.13)
RS-20*
12 000
9-17
1-999
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20 000
9-17
1-999
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RS-45*
43 000
9-17
1-999
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Dimensions:
Height [mm] /([in])
Height with open lid [mm] /([in])
Width [mm] /([in])
Depth [mm] /([in])
Weight, with balls [kg]
Weight, without balls [kg]
1476 (58.1)
1950 (76.8)
1012 (39.8)
550 (21.7)
2201 (86.7)
1012(39.8)
2022 (79.6)
760 (29.9)
1520 (59.8)
462
648
1112
XX
95
110
220
274
88
Electric system:
Mains voltage (V, 50 Hz)
Control voltage (V, DC)
Effect, feeding motor (W)
230
12
70
230
12
70
230
12
70
230
12
2x70
230
12
2x70
Operating Conditions:
+2 - +50 (+35- +122)
Operating Temperature [°C] /([°F])
•
Ball Washer and elevator not included
Figure 2: Ball Dispenser RS-8.
The level of airborne noise has been measured for an identical machine under normal
operating conditions.
The values indicate the sound pressure level measured 1 m from the sides of the
machine and 1,6 m from the floor or access platform.
Sound pressure at the machine (dB, Peak)
86
Sound pressure at the machine (dB, A)
75
The manufacturer reserves the right to alter any details of the products without prior notice.
Patents: DE 3889445.9, ES 2052777, FR 88850056.8, GB 0328855, IT 25055BE/94, NL 88850056.8
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2. Safety
2.1
General
Safety measures are a combination of measures taken by the manufacturer when
designing and building the machine and measures that have to be taken by the user.
The machine has been designed to function for its intended purpose. It has been
designed and manufactured in such a way that configuration and maintenance can
take place with the least possible risks to the operator, provided such work is carried
out according to the instructions laid down in the User’s Manual.
The objective of the safety measures is to eliminate all accident hazards during the
operational life of the machine which also includes the assembly and dismantling of the
machine, including any hazards arising as a consequence of such abnormal
circumstances as can be anticipated.
Accessories and spare parts that have not been approved by Range Servant can lead
to personal injuries and/or equipment damage and affect the operational reliability of
the machine. For the sake of safety you should therefore exclusively use accessories
and original Range Servant spare parts recommended by Range Servant.
Such accessories and spare parts are specially intended for the machine and are
approved by us with regard to safety.
All Range Servant retailers keep accessories and spare parts at your disposal along
with competent advice. They also have the technical qualifications necessary for
installing your machine and are informed about what technical changes are authorised.
Damage caused by the use of accessories and spare parts not having been approved
by Range Servant and damage due to unauthorised technical modifications are not
covered by the warranty obligation.
2.2
Conformity with mandatory requirements
The Range Servant ball management machines fulfil the personal safety requirements
of the EU Machine Directive 89/392/EEC as amended by Directives 91/368/EEC,
93/44/EEC and 93/68/EEC, with a special reference to Annex I of the Directive
concerning essential health and safety requirements in connection with the design and
manufacture of machines, as amended by Directive 91/368/EEC. Furthermore the
harmonised standards 292-1, 292-2 and 292-2A (or parts thereof) have been applied.
The electrical equipment fulfil the safety provisions laid down in the EU low voltage
directive 73/23/EEC, as amended by directive 93/68/EEC.
2.3
Remaining risks
There are warning signs serving as a reminder and warning to the user of any
remaining risks, i.e. risks that we have not been able to eliminate, or sufficiently
minimise, in our design and against which technical safety measures do not provide
complete, or sufficient, protection. The warning signs shall be written in the local
language and, on request, in the language understood by the respective operator. The
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signs are yellow with black characters. They are big enough to be readable from a
distance of three meters.
Fig. 3: Warning signs on front hatch
• Always disconnect the power supply to the machine before carrying out
maintenance or service work. The mains switch is located in the control box in the
lower right hand corner of the printed circuit board.
DANGER!
Don’t touch
Risk of electric shock
Fig. 4: Warning signs in control box
• Never touch the circuit board or other electrical components in the control box. They
can be current conducting and cause injury to person and/or equipment damage
• Mechanical or electrical alterations may only be undertaken in consultation with
Range Servant.
2.4
Authorised use
The ball-dispensing machine may only be used for the distribution of golf balls. For the
machine to operate properly, the balls must be clean and undamaged or else they may
get stuck and cause machine failure.
Distribution of balls may only start provided the machine has been installed according
to the instructions contained in this Manual.
2.5
Unauthorised use
Using accessories or spare parts not recommended by Range Servant might cause
personal injury and/or equipment damage and affect the operational reliability of your
ball dispenser. For safety reasons, use only those components recommended by us.
They are intended for your machine, they have been chosen for safety reasons and
they are approved by the manufacturer.
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Damage caused by the use of accessories and spare parts not having been approved
by Range Servant or damage due to unauthorised technical changes are not covered
by the warranty obligation.
2.6
Emergencies
2.6.1
Fire
Water shall be used as an extinguisher in the event of fire, except if the fire is located
in the electric equipment, where a carbon dioxide extinguisher must be used.
2.7
Operational reliability
For trouble-free operation and long service life the instructions below should be
followed:
• Place the ball-dispensing machine on a firm and level surface.
• Place the machine under cover so that only the front is accessible to members of
the public. If the machine is card-operated it must stand under cover for the
warranty to apply.
• Never strain the machine by loading it with more balls than recommended. The
loading capacity for your machine is stated in the Technical Specifications at the
end of the Manual.
• The machine should be connected to its own wall socket to prevent interference
with its electronic system.
• Make sure that the electric box is always properly shut and covered when rinsing
the machine. Moisture and water can damage the electrical components.
• When cleaning inside the dispenser never spray water directly onto the electric
motor.
• By temperatures below 2°C the machine should be equipped with a warm air fan or,
as the case may be, the water supply should be closed off, in order to avoid ice
building up inside the ball dispenser.
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3. How to use the Ball Dispenser
3.1
Necessary qualifications
Due to the complex design and operation of the machine the person carrying out
service and maintenance work must have the necessary qualifications. He is required
to have attended a training course, in the form of a comprehensive study of the User’s
Manual, followed by a written statement to the fact that he has well understood its
contents.
If the person has to be absent from work for more than three months, training has to
be repeated.
3.2
BA-99 Control System
LO
x 100 x 10
HI
x 1
1
2
3
G
IN
+
+12V
RXD
TXD
GND
G
P1
G
P2
G
P3
G
+
R
D
+
RESET ON
230
115
+
B
FUSE
I
ON
WATER
FUSE
OFF
DL DN DL DN IL IN SL SN
0
L
N
Fig. 5: BA-99 Control System
3.2.1
Introduction
The BA-99 system has three payment channels marked P1-P3 allowing the user to
choose between three different amounts of balls to be dispensed ranging from 1-999.
The desired amount is selected with the help of the nine knobs located to the left of the
terminal block G – P1-P3. More details are given in the following chapter “Getting
started”.
Payments can also be made during the dispensing process and will then be
accumulated. A green LED marked ON is lit to indicate that power is on and a red LED
marked DEP to indicate that payment has been registered and that the machine is
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prepared to dispense balls. The system is also equipped with a small circuit card
consisting of two LED’s , a green and a red one, giving continuous information to the
user. Green LED indicates that mains supply is on and red that payment has been
made and that machine is in the process of dispensing.
3.2.2
Getting started
The number of balls being delivered is determined by the number of turns made by the
motor. With each turn of the motor a multiple of 9-17 balls is dispensed, see figure 25.
You can decide yourself how many balls you wish the machine to dispense per
payment as well as how many turns the machine shall make per payment. The Ball
dispenser accepts different payment methods and you are free to decide whether the
machine shall make the same number of turns for all the different payments methods
or not.
Connect the Ball Dispenser to the 230 VAC mains supply.
Adjust the ball dispensing knobs for the respective payment channel according to wish.
Make your payment and check that the motor makes the correct number of turns and
that the correct number of balls are dispensed.
Example:
Payment channel 1
2 turns
x 100 = 0
x 10 = 2
x 1=3
x 100 x 10
x 1
1
2
3
Payment channel 2
4 turns
x 100 = 0
x 10 = 5
x 1=4
Payment channel 3
12 turns
x 100 = 1
x 10 = 2
x 1=8
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3.3
Payment Methods and Prices
The Ball Dispenser is equipped with an operating panel where the customer can select
the desired payment method. The panel contains two LED’s, openings for coins or
tokens, and a slot for magnetic cards or bill scanner.
3.3.1
Range Servant® Tokens
Range Servant® has 16 different types of tokens for use in the Range Servant®
mechanical token acceptor.
Token types: RS-I to RS-IX, RS-A to RS-H
There are also two types of tokens for use in electronic coin acceptors.
Token types: RS-90, RS-91
RANGE
RANGE
RANGE
SERVANT
SERVANT
SERVANT
RS-A
RS-B
RS-C
RANGE
RANGE
RANGE
SERVANT
SERVANT
SERVANT
RS-D
RS-E
RS-F
RANGE
RANGE
SERVANT
SERVANT
RS-G
RS-H
RS-I
RS-II
RS-III
RS-IV
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RS-90
RS-V
RS-VII
RS-91
RS-IX
RS-VIII
3.3.2 Mechanical Coin Contol
Mechanical Coin control for one or two coins.
When a two coin control has been installed, this also includes a so called adding circuit
card.
This card allows for prices that are higher than the coin value.
switch
Figure 7: DIP switches
The adding circuit card (no. 107810) contains two 8position DIP-switches marked DIP 1 and DIP 2 and
two cable contacts.
The internal relation between the coins is set with the
help of the DIP1 (switches 1-4).
The coin with the lowest value is always given value 1.
The next setting determines how many times coin 2 is
bigger than coin 1.
1-2 relation
(switch 2 ON)
1-5 relation
(switch 1+3 ON)
1-10 relation
(switch. 2+4 ON)
Relay output port (1 sec. impulse output) DIP 1 switch
7+ 8 ON.
Figure 6: Meachanical coin control
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The price is set and modified by changing the position of the switches on DIP 2. The
value is binary which means that:
Switch
1 represents
1 x the smallest coin
2 represents
2 x the smallest coin
3 represents
4 x the smallest coin
4 represents
8 x the smallest coin
5 represents 16 x the smallest coin
6 represents 32 x the smallest coin
7 represents 64 x the smallest coin
8 represents 128 x the smallest coin
The switches can be variously combined to obtain prices ranging from the biggest to
255 x the smallest coin.
Example 1:
The smallest coin is 5 SEK and the biggest 10 SEK.
You wish to obtain a price of 25 SEK.
Set switch 1 (=5 SEK) and 3 (=20 SEK) in the ON position.
5+0+20+0=25
Example 2:
The smallest coin is 5 SEK and the biggest 10 SEK.
You wish to obtain a price of 10 SEK.
Set switch 2 (=10 SEK) in the ON position.
0+10+0+0=10
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3.3.3
Electronic Coin Control Cashflow 340
The electronic coin control can be programmed for up to twelve different types of coins
or ten coins plus the two electronic tokens RS-90 and RS-91.
(In use from 970801 Mars® model Cashflow 340)
switch
Figure 9: Dip-switch
The electronic coin control is equipped with a
4-position DIP-switch that used to set prices
and to block/allow coins.
Figure 8: Electronic Coin Control Cashflow 340
3.3.3.1
Change of prices, blocking of coins etc... Cashflow 340.
The following instructions describe how to modify prices, block coins etc.
1. Cut the power supply to the coin control.
2. Dismount the coin control from its holder and remove the interface protection by
pulling it downwards. Re-mount the coin control in its holder.
3. Switch on the power supply to the coin control.
4. Adjust the position of the switches according to the respective function.
If the switches are already in the correct position, then do the following:
• Change the position of one switch.
• Switch off the power supply and switch it on again.
• Re-set the switch in the correct position and press the coin return button.
5. Carry out the desired function.
6. Again cut the power supply to the coin control and re-mount the interface
protection.
7. Switch on the power supply.
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Blocking a coin
1. Position the switches 1-4 as shown in
the diagram.
2. Press the coin return button once.
3. Insert the coin you wish to block and check that it is blocked.
4. Press the coin return button once.
5. Check that the setting has been carried out.
Allowing a coin
6. Position the switches 1-4 as shown in
the diagram.
7. Press the coin return button once.
8. Insert the coin you wish to allow and check that it is accepted.
9. Press the coin return button once.
10. Check that the setting has been carried out.
Changing the price
1. Position the switches 1-4 as shown in
the diagram.
2. Press the coin return button once.
3. Insert the coin you wish the price to be
and check that is is accepted.
4. Press the coin return button once.
5. Check that the setting has been carried out.
.
Test the coin output port
1. Position the switches as shown in the
diagram.
2. Press the coin return button.
3. Check that the machine starts dispensing.
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3.3.4
Manual magnetic card reader (EMC-30)
A magnetic card is passed through a card reader. The cards can be programmed to
dispense anything between 1 and 30 baskets.
The card reader is equipped with a two-digit display showing the number of dispenses
left on the card.
You will find the wiring diagram for Magnetic card reader EMC-30 in paragraph 6.3.2.5
“Magnetic car reader EMC-30”.
Slide the card downwards through the scanner with
the dark magnetic strip held away from you and
facing left. The figure which appears in the display
shows the number of baskets (including this one!)
that you can fill from the machine.
If you only want to know how many baskets you
have left, press in the knob on the left of the
scanner while sliding the card through. This does
not reduce the number of baskets left, as no balls
will be dispensed.
Keep the card safe. Do not bend it, and keep it
away from strong magnetic fields.
Figure 10: EMC-30
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4. Design and function
4.1.
General
The machine is intended for use as a golf ball dispenser. It consists of a ball magazine
and is inside fitted with two plates on two levels for load reduction and, at the bottom, a
grid.
The grid consists of a number of ball ducts, arranged next to each other, the ends
being joined to form a hinged ball cradle. The depth of the cradle corresponds to the
size of a golf ball. Thus, with each swing of the cradle only the number of balls inside
the cradle are delivered to the ball chute.
All interior surfaces are inclined so that the balls are continuously flushed downwards.
The lower level allows for damaged balls and debris to be sorted out.
All essential parts of the Ball Dispenser are manufactured of stainless steel, rust
protected steel or aluminium.
The Range Servant Boll Dispenser has been designed in order to provide driving range
owners with a long-lasting, reliable, practical and economic golf ball management
system.
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4.1.1
Machine exterior
Fig. 11: Outside front view
Pos.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
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Designation
Control box door
Locks for control box, front hatch and lid
Shackle, front hatch lock and lid
Shackle, control box door
Front inspection hatch
Ball chute
Front panel
Front portion of lid
Lid hinges
Rear portion of lid
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4.1.2
Machine interior
Fig. 12: Inside of the ball dispenser, side view
Pos.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
English
Designation
Upper inclined plate
Lower inclined plate
Side plate of grid
Grid
Ball duct
Ball chute
Shock absorber
Dispenser motor
Control box
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4.2.
Description of components
4.2.1
Grid
The grid consists of a number of ball ducts, arranged next to each other, the ends
being joined to form a hinged ball cradle. The depth of the cradle corresponds to the
size of a golf ball. Thus, with each swing of the cradle only the number of balls inside
the cradle are delivered to the ball chute.
All interior surfaces are inclined so that the balls are continuously flushed downwards.
The lower level allows for damaged balls and debris to be sorted out.
4.2.2 Payment Methods
The ball dispenser can be operated with tokens, coins or magnetic cards. Each
machine can run more than one payment system at the same time, for example
combining token/coin or token/coin/card. The number of balls dispensed need not
necessarily be the same for the different forms of payment (see the examples).
Below you can read how to alter the price on the coin mechanism, both for manual
operation and the electronic system.
The price per unit when using a card mechanism is determined by the price of the card
and your choice of the number of balls dispensed per card. The cards can be
programmed to dispense anything between 1 and 30 baskets. You can programme the
card yourself using the magnetic card programmer OBL-E, see fig. 13. or you can ask
Range Servant to do it for you.
Fig. 13: OBL-E
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5. Maintenance
5.1.
General
Range Servant will provide accessories and original spare parts together with
competent advice.
Maintenance carried out correctly minimises defects and ensures maximum service life
and reliable operation. Any malfunctions are detected at an early stage and are
therefore easily corrected. Regular maintenance minimises defects and equipment
breakdown.
The following maintenance instructions only refer to the most common problems and
their causes.
5.2.
Periodical maintenance
5.3.
Maintenance intervals and instructions
Maintenance intervals:
1. After 300 operating hours
2. Once every month
3. Once every golf season
Maintenance intervals and instructions
1
1.1
1.2
2
2.1
2.3
2.4
2.5
2.6
2.7
1
Machine exterior
Lubricate the eccentric lock, the lid and front hatch locks and
the hinges of lid and front hatch with ordinary lubricating oil.
Lubricate the eccentric lock, the lid and front hatch locks and
the hinges of lid and front hatch with ordinary lubricating oil.
Machine interior:
Tighten the fixation bolts of the grid.
Lubricate the linking arms with ordinary lubricating oil.
The collecting pan should be opened and cleaned regularly, to
prevent grit and other debris from accumulating in the pan and
gradually leading to corrosion and blockage.
If chemical fertilisers are used on the driving range, we
recommend that the dispenser is cleaned thoroughly once a
month to prevent corrosion of the machine’s internal
components. Cut the power supply to the machine, open the
front hatch, remove grass and other debris and rinse with
clean water.
Empty the machine, sort out worn or damaged balls, stones
and grit etc and clean the inside with normal clean water. (Do
not spray water directly onto the electric motor.)
Clean and dry the ball duct (located after the grid).
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X
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Electronic components:
If the machine is fitted with a magnetic card reader EMC-30
the reader head has to be cleaned. Moisten a piece of cloth
with methylated spirit, wind it round the card and slide the card
through the reader 5-10 times.
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5.4.
Troubleshooting and repair
Although the operation of the machine is most reliable, problems may arise for various
reasons.
Attention!
To reduce the time spent on troubleshooting, always start by checking that
cables and connections are clean and tightened.
Symptoms
Possible fault
Corrective measures
The power supply is not
connected.
Connect the machine to the
power supply.
The ON/OFF switch on the
circuit card is not "ON".
Set the switch in the "ON"
position.
Defective fuse(s) on the circuit
card.
Replace the fuse(s)
(2.5A/250V).
Payment method defect.
Check the voltage with
Ohmmeter. The voltage shall
fall from 5VDC to 0VDC when
active. All payment methods
must be NO (Normally Open).
The Ball dispenser
does not start.
One payment channel is
active.
Measure the payment channel
voltage and check that no
channel is 0VDC.
Fig. 14: Problem - the Ball dispenser does not start.
The BA-99 control system requires at least one pulse from the micro-switch every ten
seconds. Else the machine will make three quick starts and then close the feeding of
balls.
Symptoms
Possible fault
The micro-switch no. 105500
is not in the correct position, or
has got jammed.
The Ball Dispenser
does not stop.
Corrective measures
Check that the micro-switch is
correctly positioned and has
not got jammed.
The supply voltage to the
machine varies.
Connect the machine to a
separate wall socket.
The magnetic coil no. 10540 is
defective.
Check by disconnecting the
automatic water feed. If the
machine then works properly,
replace the magnetic coil.
Figure 15:Problem - the ball dispenser does not stop.
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Symptoms
The machine is
running but does not
dispense any balls.
Possible fault
Corrective measures
The machine is not standing
on a level and firm surface.
Use a spirit level to check that
the machine is level.
The balls in the machine are
dirty.
Empty the machine of balls.
Clean the machine inside and
rinse well. Fill the machine with
clean balls - that have been
run through the Range Servant
washer.
By temperature below 2°C ice
can have built up in the
machine.
The ball cradle has got
jammed.
If ice has built up, disconnect
the water supply so that the
machine is emptied of water.
Make sure the ice has melted
before using the machine
again.
Open the front hatch and
remove the object jamming the
cradle.
The shock absorber is
defective.
Replace the shock absorber.
The motor shaft is damaged.
Replace the motor.
Figure 16: Problem – no balls are delivered
Symptoms
The balls are not
rinsed with water.
Possible fault
Corrective measures
The machine is not equipped
with water feed.
Only models without the
conical top are equipped with
water feed (NOTE: not RS-4).
The water supply has not been
opened or it does not reach
the machine.
Connect the water hose to the
machine and open the supply.
The switch marked "WATER"
on the circuit card is not in the
ON-position.
Set the switch to ON.
The filter is clogged.
Clean or replace the filter.
The holes in the sprinkler arm
are clogged.
Clean or un-clog the holes with
a drill.
The magnetic coil no. 105400
is defective.
Replace the magnetic coil.
Figure 17: Problem – no rinsing water.
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Symptoms
Possible defect
Token contacts do not close.
Corrective measures
Check the voltage with
Ohmmeter. The voltage should
fall from 5VDC to 0VDC when
active (=closed position). The
token switch must be
connected in the NO position
(Normally Open).
Check that the token cable is
not damaged or has stuck.
The Ball Dispenser
does not start.
The (Mechanical) Coin Control
switch does not close.
See above re. token switch.
The coin output of Electronic
Coin Control Cashflow 340 is
not activated.
Activate coin output of
Cashflow (acc. to 3.3.3.1
"Change of price, blocking of
coins etc.").
Measure payment channel
with Ohmmeter. Voltage
should fall from 5VDC to 0VDC
when active. Check the price
setting.
The debits of the magnetic
card reader EMC-30 do not
appear in the display.
EMC-30 debit indications
appear on the display but the
displayed number does not
change and dispensing does
There are no dispenses left on
the card. Try a new card.
Check that resistor 33k Ohm is
not defective.
Check that the mechanical
switch of the reader unit is not
closed.
Figure 18: Problem – payment methods.
5.5.
Function test
After maintenance or repair work the operation of the machine should be tested by
running the machine with the front hatch open. Insert a coin/token or payment card
and check that everything works to satisfaction.
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6. Installation
6.1.
Factory testing and configuration
The ball dispensers are always tested and configured before delivery to the customer.
On this occasion all the parameters of the control system are adjusted according the
customer’s wishes.
Our objective when carrying out this final check is to verify that the product
corresponds on all accounts to the requirements laid down by the customer when
ordering and to prevent defective products from being brought onto the market.
6.2.
Installation of the ball dispenser
For trouble free operation, place the ball dispenser on a firm and level surface.
We recommend that the machine be located under cover and that only the front of the
machine be accessible to members of the public. If the machine is card-operated, it
must stand under cover according to the terms of the warranty.
Place the ball dispenser on a
firm and level surface.
Remove the keys tied to the
electric cable (see A) and
remove the cable.
ATTENTION! Don’t plug in the
cable before the machine is
ready to start.
The keys are identical and are
used for opening the control box
(see B).
Figure 19: Location of the keys on delivery
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Inside the control box there are
another four keys, all identical,
which fit the lid of the ball
dispenser
and
the
front
inspection hatch.
Figure 20: Location of keys in the control box.
Open the front inspection hatch
and remove the package
containing a plastic (PVC) pipe,
a ball chute and the number of
tokens you ordered for your
machine.
Fig. 21: Delivered material
Place the plastic tray inside the
control box so that the tokens
fall straight into the tray. If the
machine is both token and coin
operated, there will be two trays
for sorting both forms of
payment at source.
Fig. 22: Location of plastic tray.
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Push the waste water pipe into
place over the pipe at the rear
right-hand side of the bottom
plate and rotate it to face in the
appropriate direction. Connect
the curved pipe to your existing
drainage system.
Use a ½" diameter hose to
connect the water intake at the
front right-hand side of the
machine to a water tap, and turn
the tap on full. The hose is not
included with the machine.
ATTENTION! Don’t plug in the
cable before the machine is
ready to start.
Fig. 23: Water and drain connection.
Screw the ball chute into place
over the hole at the bottom front
plate of the machine. Screw the
top nuts through the holes. Then
screw in the lower nuts from
underneath after first opening
the collecting tray.
Test a screw in each of the
different holes on the front of
the ball chute to find the best
place to hang your ball buckets
Fig: 24: Fastening the ball chute.
Adjust the number of turns for
the
respective
payment
channels according to wish
using the ball dispensing knobs
as described in paragraph 3.2.2
“Getting started”.
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You are free to determine the
number of balls to be dispensed
upon each payment.
Block the number of ball ducts
required to obtain the desired
amount of balls to be delivered
each time. This is done by
adjusting the number of pins (A)
along the horizontal retaining
arm according to the adjoining
drawing and place the enclosed
plastic pipes (B) in the blocked
ball ducts that is closed to the
centre.
Below is a table helping you to
find out how many balls may be
dispensed upon each payment.
A
B
Fig. 25: Blocking of ball ducts
Possible number of balls upon each payment
Setting up number of balls on model RS-4/8/12/20/45
8 pins
7 pins
6 pins
5 pins
4 pins
3 pins
2 pins
1 pins
no pin
1-turn
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
2- turn
18
20
22
24
26
28
30
32
34
3- turn
27
30
33
36
39
42
45
48
51
4- turn
35
40
44
48
52
56
60
64
68
5- turn
45
50
55
60
65
70
75
80
85
6- turn
54
60
66
72
78
84
90
96
102
7- turn
63
70
77
84
91
98
105
112
119
8- turn
72
80
88
96
104
112
120
128
136
9- turn
81
90
99
108
117
126
135
144
153
Fig. 26: Possible number of balls upon each payment
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6.3.
Installation – Wiring Diagram
To ensure safe and reliable operation, the control system must be correctly installed
and grounded (earthed) and provided with good immunity against electronic noise.
6.3.1
Wiring Diagram for the connection of BA-99 to the Ball Dispenser
LO
x 100 x 10
HI
x 1
1
2
3
Inductive gauge (Limit):
(BLEU)
G: Supply voltage G:
limit switch
(BLUE)
IN:switch
(BLACK)
IN: Signal from limit
(BLACK)
G
IN
+
+12V
RXD
TXD
GND
+: (BROWN)
G
P1
G
P2
G
P3
G
+
R
D
+
+
P-1 DISPGND +
P-1 GND GND
RESET ON
Cable colours are indicated by (COLOUR)
R, D, + are the contacts for the LED’s mounted in the door
R: Supply voltage 230VAC is ON, green LED (GREEN)
D: Dispensing in progress, redLED (BROWN)
+: Supply voltage 12VDC to the LED’s (YELLOW)
230
115
+
B
Legend: LED’s
FUSE
RESET: Zeroing of microprocessor
I
ON
WATER
ON: Supply voltage 230VAC is ON
0
FUSE
OFF
DL DN DL DN IL IN SL SN
L
N
DL: Water-valve 230VAC (BROWN)
L: Supply voltage 230VAC (BROWN)
DN: Water-valve 230VAC (BLUE)
N: Supply voltage 230VAC (BLUE)
DL: Dispensing motor 230VAC (BROWN)
DN: Dispensing motor 230VAC (BLUE)
Figure 27: Wiring of the ball dispenser models RS-4, RS-8, RS-12, RS-18, RS-20, RS-45.
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6.3.2
Wiring of Payment Systems
Token
LO
x 100 x 10
HI
x 1
1
2
3
G
IN
+
+12V
RXD
TXD
GND
G
P1
G
P2
G
P3
G
+
WHITE
BROWN
R
D
+
RESET ON
230
115
+
B
FUSE
I
ON
WATER
FUSE
OFF
DL DN DL DN IL IN SL SN
0
L
N
Figure 28: Wiring of the Range Servant Token Control.
The micro-switch for the token control must be connected as NO , Normally Open.
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6.3.2.2
Mechanical Coin Control
The mechanical coin control is wired according to the same wiring diagram as the
token control (see above “Token”)
LO
x 100 x 10
HI
x 1
1
2
3
G
IN
+
WHITE
BROWN
G
P1
G
P2
G
P3
G
+
R
D
+
+12V
RXD
TXD
GND
RESET ON
230
115
+
B
FUSE
I
ON
WATER
0
FUSE
OFF
DL DN DL DN IL IN SL SN
L
N
Figure 29: Wiring of the mechanical coin control
6.3.2.3
LO
Mechanical Coin Control with “adding” circuit card
x 100 x 10
HI
x 1
1
2
3
G
IN
+
+12V
RXD
TXD
GND
G
P1
G
P2
G
P3
G
+
black
black
ON
black
black
ON
2
1 3 45 6 7 8
78
2
1 3456
DP2
DP1
R
D
+
RESET ON
P1
+ - C NONC
P2
black
black
black
black
black
230
115
+
B
FUSE
I
ON
WATER
FUSE
OFF
DL DN DL DN IL IN SL SN
0
L
N
Figure 30: Wiring of 2-coin control + adding cricuit card.
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6.3.2.4
Electronic Coin Control (Mars® Cashflow 340)
LO
x 100 x 10
HI
x 1
1
2
3
G
IN
+
+12V
RXD
TXD
GND
G
P1
G
P2
G
P3
G
+
green
braun
white
yellow
R
D
+
RESET ON
230
115
+
B
FUSE
I
ON
WATER
FUSE
OFF
DL DN DL DN IL IN SL SN
0
L
N
Figure 31: Wiring of coin control Mars® Cashflow 340.
The electronic coin monitor Cashflow 340 is a totaliser, programmed to send a signal
causing the ball dispenser control system to start dispensing when the internal pre-set
price has been reached. Twelve different types of coins/tokens can be programmed.
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6.3.2.5
LO
Magnetic card reader EMC-30
x 100 x 10
HI
x 1
1
2
3
G
IN
+
+12V
RXD
TXD
GND
G
P1
G
P2
G
P3
G
+
white
braun
B
C
NC
NO
GND
0V
230V
R
D
+
RESET ON
30
230
115
+
B
FUSE
yellow/green
I
ON
WATER
FUSE
OFF
DL DN DL DN IL IN SL SN
0
L
N
blue
black
brown
Figure 32: Wiring diagram for magnetic card reader EMC-30.
The Card Reader uses pre-programmed magnetic cards that can be programmed for
up to 30 purchases.
The magnetic cards will be programmed by Range Servant.
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6.3.2.6
Counter
LO
x 100 x 10
HI
x 1
1
2
3
12345678
0V
0V
COUNT
20HZ
RESET
ENABLE
COUNT
2KHZ
EXT.
RESET
WHITE
BROWN
Counts the number of balls that are dispensed
G
IN
+
+12V
RXD
TXD
GND
12345678
G
P1
G
P2
G
P3
G
+
R
D
+
0V
0V
COUNT
20HZ
RESET
ENABLE
COUNT
2KHZ
EXT.
RESET
Counts the number of payments
on payment channel P1
RESET ON
12345678
0V
0V
COUNT
20HZ
RESET
ENABLE
COUNT
2KHZ
EXT.
RESET
230
115
WHITE
BROWN
+
B
FUSE
I
ON
WATER
0
FUSE
Counts the total amount of dispenses
OFF
DL DN DL DN IL IN SL SN
L
N
Figure 33: Wiring of Counte
6.3.3
Cables
ATTENTION! No cables may be exchanged without the prior consent of Range
Servant.
6.3.3.1
Cable Specifications
Unit
Mains supply
Motor (Dispenser)
Water valve
Micro-switch
Cable Type
RKK 3x0.75mm2
RKK 3x0.75mm2
RKK 3x0.75mm2
2
LIYY 3x0.75mm
6.3.3.2
Power supply
All machines can be supplied with 230/115 VAC +/- 10% 50-60Hz.
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7. Spare parts
In this chapter you will find detailed drawings of the ball dispenser showing the location
of the different spare parts. The tables accompanying the drawings contain information
about spare parts number and designation and the quantity of each spare part installed
per machine model.
( )= Optional accessories are marked with a parenthesis around the digit representing
quantity.
- = The alternative marked with ”-” depends on the customer’s choice of equipment.
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7.1.
External
Figure 34: External RS-4
7.1.1 External RS-4
Pos.
1
2
3
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
Part No.
186 600
DJM0046
166 700
150 500
101 890
101 950
151 101
101 800
102 100
OAA 0001
•
156 000
•
156 011
DJM0047
101 000
150 400
102 000
181 500
102 300
101 960
101 920
Designation
Lid
Lid hinges
Lid retaining ribbon
Side panel, right
Pair of locks, with four keys
Shackle 05, straight
Service hatch
Front hatch
Eccentric lock
Waste-water pipe
Collecting bowl
Collecting tray
Hinges, collecting tray
Legs
Side panel, left
Ball chute
Front panel
Sign, RANGE SERVANT
Shackle, bent
Spare key
Quantity
1
2
1
1
1
2
1
1
2
1
1
1
2
4
1
1
1
1
1
• Ball Dispenser with water
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Figure 35: External RS-8
7.1.2
Pos.
1
1
2
3
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
External RS-8
Part N0
186 600
186 500
DJM0046
166 700
180 500
101 890
101 950
101 100
101 800
102 100
• OAA0001
186 000
•
101 000
180 400
102 000
186 010
DJM0047
181 400
102 300
101 960
101 920
Designation
Front portion of lid
Rear portion of lid
Lid hinges
Lid retaining ribbon
Side panel, right
Pair of locks with four keys
Shackle 05, straight
Service hatch
Front hatch
Eccentric lock
Waste water pipe
Collecting bowl
Legs
Side panel, left
Ball chute
Collecting tray
Hinges, collecting tray
Front panel
Sign, RANGE SERVANT
Shackle, bent
Spare key
Quantity
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
2
1
1
4
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
• Ball dispenser with water
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Figure 36: External RS-12
7.1.3
Pos.
1
1
2
3
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
External RS-12
Part No.
101 900
101 960
101 920
180 500
101 890
101 950
101 100
101 800
102 100
186 010
DJM0047
101 000
180 400
102 000
181 400
102 300
117 000
Designation
Lock with two keys
Shackle, bent
Extra key
Side panel, right
Pair of locks with four keys
Shackle 05, straight
Service hatch
Front hatch
Eccentric lock
Collecting tray
Hinges, collecting tray
Legs
Side panel, left
Ball chute
Front panel
Sign, RANGE SERVANT
Top
Quantity
2
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
4
1
1
1
1
1
• Ball dispenser with water
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Figure 37: External RS-20
7.1.4
Pos.
1
1
2
3
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
External RS-20
Part No.
101 900
101 960
101 920
120 500
101 890
101 950
101 100
101 800
102 100
186 010
DJM0047
102 000
101 000
120 400
121 400
102 300
127 000
Designation
Lock with two keys
Shackle, bent
Extra key
Side panel, right
Pair of locks with four keys
Shackle 05, straight
Service hatch
Front hatch
Eccentric lock
Collecting tray
Hinges, collecting tray
Ball chute
Legs
Side panel, left
Front panel
Sign, RANGE SERVANT
Top
Quantity
2
2
1
2
2
2
4
2
2
2
4
1
1
1
1
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Figure 38: External RS-45
7.1.5
Pos.
1
1
2
3
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
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External RS-45
Part Nr.
101 900
101 960
101 920
120 500
101 890
101 950
101 100
101 800
102 100
186 010
DJM0047
102 000
101 000
120 400
121 400
102 300
736 610
737 000
720 500
720 400
Designation
Lock with two keys
Shackle, bent
Extra key
Side panel, right
Pair of locks with four keys
Shackle 05, straight
Service hatch
Front hatch
Eccentric lock
Collecting tray
Hinges, collecting tray
Ball chute
Legs
Side panel, left
Front panel
Sign, RANGE SERVANT
Lid
Top
Side panel, right
Side panel, left
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2
2
1
1
2
2
4
2
2
2
4
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
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7.2
Control box
Fig. 39: Control box
Pos.
1
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
Part. No.
109410
109400
108600
101920
930235
101900
101960
-
Designation
Token collecting tray, small
Token collecting tray, large
Token monitor
Spare keys
Printed circuit board BA-99
Coin monitor
Token slot
Lock
Shackle, control box door
Control box door
RS-4
RS-8/12
RS-20/45
1
(1)
1
1
1
1
1
1
(1)
1
1
1
1
1
1
(1)
1
1
1
1
1
() Optional equipment within brackets
* Quantity per side
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Fig. 40: Control box, token, magnetic card reader and mechanical coin control
7.2.1
Control box door with mechanical coin control
Pos. Part No.
Designation
1
2
3
OKA0000
101900
-
4
108000
Mechanical coin control
Lock
Token slot for the type of token
used
Magnetic card reader EMC-30
RS-4
RS-8/12 RS-20/45*
(1)
1
1
(1)
1
1
(1)
1
1
(1)
(1)
(1)
() Optional equipment is within brackets
* quantity per side
Figure 41: Control box, token, magnetic card reader and electronic coin control
7.2.2
Control box door with electronic coin control
Pos. Part No.
1
2
3
107900
101900
-
4
108000
Designation
Electronic coin control
Lock
Token slot for the type of token
used
Magnetic card reader EMC-30
RS-4
RS-8/12 RS-20/45*
(1)
1
1
(1)
1
1
(1)
1
1
(1)
(1)
(1)
() Optional equipment is within brackets
* refers to quantity per side
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Figure 42: Inner side of the control box door with mechanical coin control
7.2.3
Pos.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
7
8
Inner side of the control box door with mechanical coin control
Part no.
10 1900
10 7800
10 7810
OBA0013
OBA0014
10 7720
10 7700
10 7710
930295
Designation
Complete lock
Circuit card 1/5, 2-coin mechanism
Circuit card 1/2, 2-coin mechanism
Opening for token and 1 coin
Opening for token and 2 coin
Micro-switch
Coin control, 1-coin
Coin control, 2-coin
Circuit card with LED -99
RS-8/12
(1)
(1)
(1)
(1)
(1)
(1)
(1)
(1)
1
RS-4
(1)
(1)
(1)
(1)
(1)
(1)
(1)
(1)
1
RS-20/45*
(1)
(1)
(1)
(1)
(1)
(1)
(1)
(1)
1
() Optional equipment is within brackets
* refers to quantity per side
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Figure 43: Inner side of the control box door with electronic coin control
7.2.4
Pos.
1
2
3
4
5
Inner side of the control box door with electronic coin control
Part no.
10 1900
10 7800
10 7810
107901
930295
Designation
Complete lock
Circuit card 1/5, 2-coin mechanism
Circuit card 1/2, 2-coin mechanism
Electronic coin control, Cashflow 340
Circuit card with LED’s, LED-99
RS-4 RS-8/12 RS-20/45*
1
1
1
(1)
(1)
(1)
(1)
(1)
(1)
(1)
(1)
(1)
1
1
1
() Optional equipment is within brackets
* refers to quantity per side
English
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Figure 44: Inside of control box, EMC-30 card reader
7.2.5
Pos.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Inside the control box, EMC-30 card reader
Part no.
01 5020
10 8000
93 0235
10 9310
93 0263
10 8880
10 8900
10 8600
Designation
Screws
Card reader
Circuit card BA-99
Fuse (2,5A250V)
Cable duct
Micro switch holder
Complete micro switch
Token mechanism
RS-4
(2)
(1)
(1)
(2)
(1)
(1)
(1)
(1)
RS-8/12
(2)
(1)
(1)
(2)
(1)
(1)
(1)
(1)
RS-20/45**
(2)
(1)
(1)
(2)
(1)
(1)
(1)
(1)
() Optional equipment is within brackets
* refers to quantity per side
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7.2.
Internal
Figure 45: Cross section
Pos.
1
2
2
3
3
4
4
5
6
7
8
9
Part No. Designation
102610 Upper inclined plate
152701 Lower inclined plate
102701 Lower inclined plate
154002 Side plate of grid
184002 Side plate of grid
153700 Grid
103700 Grid
183200 Ball duct
102000 Ball chute
104404 Shock absorber
105620 Dispensing motor
Control box
RS-4
1
1
2
2
1
1
1
1
1
RS-8/12 RS-20/45*
1
1
1
1
2
2
2
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
* Quantity per side
English
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7.3.1
Grid
Figure 46: Grid viewed through the open front hatch
7.3.2
Side view of grid inside the ball dispenser
Pos.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Part No.
Designation
109 200
105 600
184 400
104 300
104 800
104 900
105 000
105 100
105 200
105 300
DAM0002
103 900
104 700
105 500
125 500
DAM0000
Capacitor 6 µF
Motor 230V
Shock absorber
Lever
Water hose
Hose clamp
Hose nippel
Dirt sieve
Double nippel
Water valve 230V
Motor supporting plate
Sprinkler arm
Micro-switch holder
Micro-switch 14CE2-3
Micro-switch, left
Eccentric with cam
15
• Ball dispenser with water
RS-4/8
RS-12
RS-20/45*
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
* quantity per side
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Figure 47: Grid viewed from above
7.3.3
Pos.
1
2
3
4
5
5
76
87
8
9
Grid inside ball dispenser, viewed from above
Part No. Designation
104 650
184 600
51 000
• 183 800
183 700
153 700
104 510
104 500
104 130
184 100
Ball bearings
Ball cradle
6x65 cotter pins as end stops
Drip seal
Grid
Grid
Linking spindle, left-hand thread
Linking spindle, right-hand thread
Roller brush flange
Roller brush
RS-4
3
1
8
1
1
1
1
1
1
RS-8/12 RS-20/45*
3
1
8
1
1
1
1
1
3
1
8
1
1
1
1
1
• Ball dispenser with water
•
quantity per side
English
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8. Retailers and representatives
The following list contains all the necessary information concerning the Range Servant
representative closest to where you live.
The list is continuously updated on our home page http://www.rangeservant.com
8.1.
Head Office
Sweden
Range Servant AB
Skallebackavägen 11
302 41 HALMSTAD
Telephone: +46 35 10 92 40
Fax:
+46 35 10 82 20
E-Mail: sales@rangeservant.com
8.2.
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