- Alberici SpA

Dry Change

Outdoor money changer / token dispenser

Operator’s manual

Rev. 1.02

In-Wall mount

Wall-mount

Free stand

User Manual

DRY CHANGE ALBERICI

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NOTICE

This manual has been prepared with the utmost care. Nevertheless, it is not possible to assure at any time the exact correspondence of the descriptiosn to the product features.

Alberici SpA shall not be held liable by the User for any damage, losses, or third party claims arising from any uses of the manual or of the product .

CONTENTS

1.

Package content............................................................................................................................ 5

2.

Product description ...................................................................................................................... 5

3. Reception and Handling ............................................................................................................... 7

4.

Parts Denomination ...................................................................................................................... 7

5.

Dimensions................................................................................................................................... 8

6.

Installation .................................................................................................................................... 9

7.

Switch-on ................................................................................................................................... 12

8.

Operation .................................................................................................................................... 12

9.

Set up.......................................................................................................................................... 14

10.

Messages .................................................................................................................................... 22

11. Maintenance ............................................................................................................................... 24

12.

Cleaning of the note recycler ..................................................................................................... 25

13.

Disposal of the product .............................................................................................................. 26

14.

Terms of Guarantee ................................................................................................................... 26

15.

Customer Service ....................................................................................................................... 26

16.04.12

12.10.12

22.07.15

Data

STORICO REVISIONI

Modifica

Creazione

Hopper S11 invece di HopperOne

Nuovo frontespizio

Note Revisione n°

1.00

1.01

1.02

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Dear Customer, we would like to thank you and congratulate for your choice. We trust that you will appreciate the quality and performance of our HYDRO JET control station.

This machine operates by cctalk protocol, the well-established serial communication mode that provides security and precision.

Please pay careful attention to the information highlighted by the following signs:

IMPORTANT NOTICE REGARDING THE OPERATOR’S SAFETY AND THE PROPER FUNCTIONING

OF THE EQUIPMENT.

IMPORTANT NOTICE REGARDING DANGERS AND RISKS DUE TO ELECTRICITY.

IMPORTANT NOTICE REGARDING DANGERS AND RISKS DUE TO HIGH GEMPERATURES.

GENERAL INFORMATION.

Please read carefully this handbook, to obtain the most from your HYDROJET Station

1. Package content

The package contains:

1.

The Alberici DRY CHANGE unit

2.

One pair of security keys

3.

User manual (this manual)

4.

Options requested, packed separately (i.e. vandal-proof bar, heater kit, floorstand, in-wall frame, and the like: see page 7)

This product has been packed with the utmost care. If you receive it damaged or incomplete, please notify immediately your findings to the Carrier, and collect it only under conditional signature.

The packing material, wooden pallets included, must be disposed off according to your Country laws and regulations. The product itself, once dismissed, must be disposed off according to the same laws and regulations.

2. Product description

2.1 Intended use

The DRY CHANGE equipment provides change of notes and coins to coins (one programmable denomination) or to tokens (one programmable value). It is designed for outdoor installation and functioning, without direct exposure to weather conditions. It is recommended that it is sheltered from both rain/hail and sun rays.

It is available with floor-stand, for wall-mount, and for in-wall embedding.

This equipment has been certified IP54. However, it is always advisable to install it in a position conveniently protected against bad weather and strong light.

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2.2 Available functions

- Change of notes and coins to one denomination coins

- Change of notes and coins to tokens (with or without bonus)

- Programming of coin / token value

- Accounts control on display (only through buttons on the board, or by remote keypad)

- Free custom-configuration (only through buttons on the board, or by remote keypad)

- Interactive User Menu; the User can switch to his preferred language among 5 available

2.3 General Data

Classification:

Protection degree:

Overall dimensions:

Weight (options not considered):

Power supply:

Nominal power:

Peak power:

Operating temperature:

Operating humidity conditions:

Installation:

System components:

Class I equipment ( CEI EN 60335-1), Category IV (CEI EN 55014-2)

IP 54 min. (EN 60529)

400 mm (l) x 698 mm (h - 1698 with floor-stand) x 264 mm (p)

55,50 Kg (wall-mount) - 75,50 Kg (with floor-stand)

24 Vac - 50 Hz

174,80 W (0,76 A)

303,60 W (1,32 A)

0°C ÷ +50°C

40 % ÷ 90% non-condensed

Wall-mount, or embedded into wall (blind niche or open cut-out), or on floorstand.

Power supply box

Control board

Interface relay board

Display

Power switching 280 W con filtro antidisturbi, e ventilato

Alberici Dry Change CMS ccTalk

Alberici 8PR, each relay 3 A (nominal value)

LCD blue 2 x 16

Banknote reader

Coin Hopper

VEGA ccTalk with stacker (capacity: 300 notes)

HopperOne S11 ccTalk (capacity: 1200 coins/tokens diam. 24mm)

Coin acceptor

RFID keys cashless reader

AL66SC wet-proof

Alberici ACS Mifare®

Default currency is the Euro. Please ask in advance for different needs.

2.4 Reference Norms

Development, design and production have been made according to the following EU regulations:

1998/37/CE On equipments

2004/108/CE (ex 89/336/CEE) EM compatibility

2006/95/CE (ex 73/23/CEE)

CEI EN 60335

CEI EN 60529

Low voltage equipments

Safety of Electrical equipment

IP Protection

2.5 Warning

- Comply with the instructions in this manual

- Switch power off before any maintenance operation

- Use only within the recommended temperature/humidity range

- Do not expose the machine to direct sun light or to incandescent light (> 3000 Lux)

- Do not use the machine when the ambient temperature and humidity are not within the recommended Operational range

- When in presence of car exhaust gas or smoke, clean and check the components regularly and frequently.

- Do not favour contact with dusts or chemical moisture or sprays, water or other liquids

- Instal indoor

- Wipe clean by a dry piece of cloth (or slightly wet with alcohol)

- Do not use thinners or organic solvents

- Comply with the instructions given in this manual.

Notes acceptance

Protection screen

3. Reception and Handling

After testing, the unit and its fittings get carefully packed and separately boxed.

The box(es) get(s) secured to a wooden pallet, so as to reduce to reduce possible damages from loading/unloading and freight operations.

Display

3.1 Reception

Upon receiving the unit, make use of a forklift truck to move the boxes.

Before signing the reception papers, check the outer state of the boxes. Then open the boxes and check that the goods have not been damaged during transport. If any damage appears, inform the forwarder and have your complaint written on the reception papers. Then write “with reserve of further checking” and sign it. Keep a copy signed by the forwarder.

If the unit(s) must be stored before installing it, keep it inside its box, and store it in a place protected against deep cold, heat and humidity.

3.2 Opening the box

Cut the tightening belts (take care against possible “whip-lash”. Then remove nylon covers and protection films.

Take out the fastening staples from the box and open it. Take care not to scratch the unit surfaces while pulling it out of its box.

Place the unit in upright position.

Please notice: all the packing materials, wooden pallet included, must be recycled or disposed of in compliance with the existing European, National or local Regulations.

4. Parts Denomination

EXTERNAL VIEW

Cashless reader for RFID keys

Stop/Language choice button

AA-0105

Vandal-proof bar Kit

OPTIONS

AA-0106

Heater Kit

Security lock

Coin acceptance

Coins/Token collection

(Optional)

Printer

AA-0901 Protection shield for coin acceptor

AA-0111

Wall-mount plate

AA-0117

AA-0119

change

GROUND Footstand

AA-0126 Fastening plate for GROUND

Footstand

AA-0116 Printer

Kit

AA-0125

Frame for inwall mount

AA-0127 Concrete fitting plate for

GROUND

Footstand

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POS. COD. ART.

A AE-0804

B SH-1521-1000

C

D

E

F

LED-0100

HP-S114

C-070503-000

LB-MC0E-0100

DESCRIZIONE

PS Power box

ChangeOne

CMS, with display

1 x 5-led bar

HopperS11 ccTalk STD

Drawer release button

(for Hopper Refilling)

Note vaidator VEGA ccTalk

G

H

I

L

M

C-0701013-000

GE-66SC

PL-MD0T-000H

AA-0106

CH-BC00

N

O

ADESI-070

AA-0116

5. Dimensions

Security lock

Electronic coin acceptor

AL66S ccTalk

Vandal-proof RGB luminescent pushbutton,

12V

Heater Kit optional

ACS ccTalk reader for

RFID keys

Identifying plate

Printer kit optional)

G

M

I

B

H C L

400,0

INSIDE VIEW

F

All measures in mm

400,0

N

A

O

D

E

6. Installation

6.1 Cautions and dangers when installing

The unit must be installed by qualified technicians, skilled in handling, preparation and mounting, electric connections, and start-up.

Handle the equipment safely. Make use of safety gloves and shoes. Take care of stability, to prevent any risk of danger to people.

Even though power supply is 24Vac, keep it disconnected during installation and any further maintenance or servicing.

Do not modify the circuits in the unit. Any change could impair the correct functioning of the safety circuits.

The power line must comply with the Norm CEI 64-8/7.

In particolare il conduttore di messa a terra deve essere inderogabilmente conforme alle prescrizioni, e comunque avere sezione non inferiore ai limiti stabiliti dalla norma CEI 64-8/4.

Si raccomanda di porre la linea sotto la protezione di un interruttore differenziale da 10A , per poter agevolmente togliere l’alimentazione caso di operazioni di manutenzione.

6.2 Mounting

The equipment has been certified as IP54 protection degree. However, it is recommended to instal it away from direct weather agents as rain/hail and sunlight..

6.2.1 Wall-mount :

IT IS ESSENTIAL

THAT THE WALL IS SOLID ENOUGH

TO SUPPORT THE HANGING WEIGHT OF THE UNIT.

The dedicated frame (codice AA-0111) must be used to fix the Hydro Jet cabinet to the wall.

Prepare the wall outlet of the cables corresponding to the

140x80 mm cut-out of the plate.

Take the following steps:

1) Fasten the frame to the wall by fischer-bolts, through the 6 x

Φ

10 mm bores (X).

2) Slip the cables through into the unit.

3) Hang the unit onto the four studs (Y), then tighten the M8 nuts and washers.

See § 6.2.2.1 for electrical connections.

40,0

401,0

160,5

X

X

Y

X

X

Y

140,0

140,0

Y

250,0

X

X

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6.2.2 Wall-mount, embedded (blind back):

M

AKE SURE

THAT THE WALL IS STRONG ENOUGH TO

SUSTAIN THE WEIGHT OF THE UNIT WITH ITS EMBEDDING

.

Preset the 500x720x210 mm recess for housing the embedding framework (cod. AA-0125): see quotes in the drawing below.

-

Prepare the 4 holes with anchor plugs for 10mm screws on the back of the recess, corresponding to holes . pinpointed as ‘X’ in the drawing (vertical inter-axis 420mm, horizontal inter-axis 330mm).

-

Lay the frame in position, and slip the cables through the cut-out “Z”. Fasten the frame to the recess by the anchor screws.

-

Slip the power cable into the equipment, then fasten the latter onto the 4 holes “Y” (M8 thread).

-

See § 6.2.2.1 for electrical connections.

500 210

420

180 40

X

X

Y

Z

Y

140

45 40 250 40 45

6.2.3 Wall-mount (pass-through embedding):

M

AKE SURE

THAT THE WALL IS STRONG ENOUGH TO SUSTAIN THE

REAR

-

WEIGHING BURDEN OF THE UNIT WITH ITS EMBEDDING

Preset the 500x720 mm cut-out for housing the framebox and the unit. See quotes in drawing below.

-

Preset 8 holes for

Φ

10mm screws along the cut-out sides, corresponding to the points “K” in the drawing.

-

Insert in the “K” holes eight M8 threaded bars, long as much as the wall/panel depth plus at least 15 mm.

Set the framebox; fasten the M8 nuts and relevant washers (see figure below).

-

Slip the power cable until inside the equipment, then fasten firmly the equipment itself upon the 4 threaded holes “Y”.

-

See § 6.2.2.1 for electrical connections.

10

Y

K

120 260

20

120

20

WALL or PANNEL

9

6

BOX OUTER FRAME

6.2.4 Floorstand mount:

Make sure that the basement is even and strong enough to sustain the weight of the unit with its floorstand.

The pedestal must be secured to the basement by a floor fixing plate (or by the plate for embedding in concrete).

The following operation is better carried out by 2 persons.

-

Drill 4 holes (Z) on the basement, and fit anchor plugs in.

-

Set the plate and fasten it by anchor screws.

-

Open the floorstand door, fit the floorstand on the plate according to the latter’s 6 studs.

-

Take care that the level is horizontal; if necessary, add spacer washers between the plate and the pedestal base.

-

Firmly tighten the floorstand by the washers and M8 nuts provided.

-

Move the power cable up until out of the pedestal. See

§ 6.2.2.1 for electrical connections.

230

120

75

z

20

z

175

z z

200

230

400

180

6.2.2.1 Electrical connections

The power line must be disconected during installation.

Slip the power cable into the equipment by the rear side cut-out. Complete the wires by a 10 Amps 3-pins plug, and connect it to the machine socket.

If the pedestal includes the “CHANGE” writing, it is possible to make this luminescent: seize the cable from the equipment power box, slip it through the rear cut-out, then connect it to the cable ready inside the pedestal.

Lock back the pedestal door.

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7. Switch-on

Open the equipment door, then release the Hopper drawer by the latch at the right side, and draw the Hopper outwards.

Pour the Tokens or the Coins inside the hopper.

PLEASE TAKE CARE! Refill the Hopper always and only when the machine is off!

Push the hoper back to its operating position. Turn to 1 the switch of the power box, and close the door.

The unit will check the status of the components in the circuit. When the check ends, the display will show the stand-by message, that can be changed according to the Owner’s wish (see sect. PROMO, in 9.3.9 Menu Functions):

CHANGEONE

Promo

This message appears together with

the following one:

or

1,00 €

GIVES TOKENS

0,50 €

The unit is ready for operation.

8. Operation

Never operate the unit when the door is open!!!

When introducing a banknote or a coin, the display will show the amount, and the unit will automatically pay out the equivalent value in tokens or coins.

In case the inserted amount is higher than the exact multiple of theavailable token/coin value, the display will show the remaining credit. Top up the missing amount to obtain an additional change in token(s)/coin(s).

WARNING: if there are no more tokens/coins in the hopper, the unit will not be able to change the whole inserted

amount. The display will show the remaining credit. Switch the unit off, refill the hopper, and turn power on again: the remaining credit shall be paid and cancelled.

8.1 RFID keys reader

8.1.1 Operation with User Key

When inserting a compatible RFID key (same password of the reader), the available credit gets shown:

If credit is not enough:

Insert money

Insert coins and/or notes until the desired value is

If credit is sufficient:

Press green button to load credit

The “CHANGE” button will lit steady green. Press it to attained, and press the green flashing button.

Wait until the following message disappears:

Data are being stored

…….

The “CHANGE” button will lit steady green. The key contains credit now. Therefore it can be removed, or the green button can be pressed to get the change. get the change.

To load more credits, insert as many notes and/or coins as you want to add up. Then, insert the key. The display will prompt you to:

Press

CHANGE

Press the “CHANGE” button to transfer the inserted credit onto the key. Then remove the key.

8.1.2 Operation with Service or Master Key

Insert the Service Key (white) or the Master Key (black) to get access to the Service Menu (no need to open the machine). Otherwise it is necessary to open the machine and act on the menu buttons behind the display.

The Service menu allows to: 1) initialize the User Keys, as well as 2) check the Accounts Data.

The Service Key is allowed to reset the Partial Accounts data, while the Master Key can reset all Accounts and - if the printer is installed - also print Account records (see procedure at page 17).

Insert

Service or

Master Key

Press green button

ACCOUNTS

INITIALIZE

KEYS

Notes IN

0,00 €

Coins IN

0,00 €

Coins OUT

0,00 €

Cashless IN

0,00 €

Cashless OUT

0,00 €

4 seconds

DO NOT REMOVE

THE KEY…..

Insert key to initialize

Insert

User Key

Wait ……

(*)

KEY

INITIALIZED!

Remove the initialized key

Insert key to initialize

Insert another

User Key, or after 10 seconds:

Automatic exit

4 seconds

(*) If the key is not compatible, the message:

“KEY NOT

ENABLED” is displayed

Tot. Left Credit

Paid: 0,00 €

Remove Service Key

Reset

Partial data

Automatic exit

4 seconds

Confirm Reset?

All partial reset

Automatic exit

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9. Set up

14

9.1 Default configuration

Default presettings are as follows:

PCBoard Parameters

Type of distribution

Bonus

Level Sensors

= AUTOMATIC

= DISABLED

= DISABLED

Hopper HopperOne [ccTalk]

AL66S [ccTalk] coin acceptor

VEGA Note reader [ccTalk]

Coin/Token value

€ 0.50 - …. - € 2.00

€ 5.00 - …. - € 100.00

= € 0.50

= ENABLED

= ENABLED

If unwanted modification are made, the default configuration can be restored from the control board buttons (on the board housing, behind the display) as follows:

- press OK (cfr. 7.3.1 S

CROLL

M

ENU

), then:

- by UP or DOWN find

R

ESTORE

D

EFAULT

C

ONFIGURATION

, then

- press again OK; the message ” Default Configuration restored” will be displayed.

P

LEASE NOTE

: the command

R

ESTORE DEFAULT CONFIGURATION

will reset also the default PIN code ( 0000 ).

9.2 ACS Reader for RFID Keys

If the unit is equipped with the ACS reader, it is possible to get access to useful functions, depending on the key used:

O

PERATION

1.

Inizialize Service and User keys

2.

Load Credit on keys

3.

Check Accounts (totals and partials)

4.

Check Accounts (partials only)

5.

Print Accounts

6.

Reset Accounts Data (all)

7.

Reset Accounts Data (partials only)

8.

Reset of paid residual credit

9.

Access to (optional) Refill

M

ASTER

K

EY

(

BLACK

)

FOR THE

OWNER

YES

YES

(from Menu)

YES (depending on board version)

YES

YES

YES

YES

YES

YES

S

ERVICE

K

EY

(

WHITE

)

FOR THE

MANAGER

NO

NO

NO

YES

NO

NO

YES

YES

YES

U

SER

K

EYS

(

COLOURED

)

NO

YES

(from reader)

NO

NO

NO

NO

NO

NO

NO

The Master key allows to initialize and identify the Service Key(s). Access to this sensible function is allowed only by entering the PIN code.

Whenever the Master Key or the Service Key gets access to the Accounts menu, the shown data are automatically downloaded in the key. Each key can contain up to 10 downloaded sets, from the same unit or from different units.

9.3 Menu Functions

9.3.1 S

CROLL THE MENU

To enter the menu and navigate it, make use of the 3 keys located behind the board display side.

CMS board for DRY

CHANGE

(when Printer is included,

CCS board with CMS software must be used)

Rear View

S T P

P

R

O

G

P T

+

T S

T

-

C C

T

2 4

O K

P

O

W

U

R

T

R

P W

R

I

I N

R

N

P 4 / 7 R G B 3

R G B 2 R G B 1

S P

1

C C 1 2

R

G

2

2

4

4

1

1 2

N

D

PWR IN

P

OWER IN

24 12 GND

CC12

COIN ACCEPTOR & RFID KEY READER

CCT 24 HOPPERONE S11

PWR OUT

RGB 1,3

Pin 1. CCT

Pin 2. GND

Pin 3. +12V

Pin 4. +24 V

Pin 1. MICRO N.O.

Pin 2. LED R (rosso)

Pin 3. +12V

Pin 4. LED B (blu)

Pin 5. GND

Pin 6. LED G (verde)

OK button

+ / – buttons

[ NOTE VALIDATOR or

ACS READER for RFID KEYS (12V) ]

[PUSHBUTTONS RGB: RGB1 = Printer; RGB3 = Select/Language]

enter the set-up menu or chosen menu; confirm chosen data surf the menu; modify figures or characters

To exit the menu, click + (UP) or – (DOWN) until EXIT voice shows, then confirm Exit by the OK key.

9.3.1.1 R

ESET OF

R

ESIDUAL CREDIT

:

If there are not enough coins in the hopper to fulfil the whole exchange request, the remaining credit shall be displayed and retained in memory. Switch off the machine, fill the hoppers, and switch on again: the remaining credit shall be paid out

.

As an alternative, it is possible to cancel the message of remaining credit by an additional pushbutton or switch keylock (not provided), and pay manually the credit left. Just connect the pushbutton or switch key-lock between pins 1 and 5 (common GND) of socket p4/7.

The cancelled remaining credit will be recorded in the Show Accounts menu (see section 9.3.4).

Notice: access to some sub-menus is protected by the PIN.

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9.3.2 M

ENU STRUCTURE

CHANGEONE

Promo

SHOW

PERIFERAL UNITS

SHOW

ACCOUNT RECORDS

EXIT

MENU

RESET

ACCOUNT RECORDS

SET UP

PERIFERAL UNITS

EMPTY THE

DISPENSER

RESTORE

DEFAULT CONFIG.

PROMO

BONUS

SET UP

LANGUAGE

CHANGE PIN

16

EXIT

MENU

(appears only if equipment is preset for dispensing TOKENS)

9.3.3 S

HOW

P

ERIPHERAL UNITS

This function shows the state of the input and output devices, for instance:

NOTE VALIDATOR

CONNECTED

COIN COUNTER

CONNECTED

NOTE DISPENSER

EMPTY

9.3.4 C

HECK ACCOUNT RECORDS

SHOW

ACCOUNTS

COIN ACCEPTOR

DISCONNECTED

a.s.o.

RESET

ACCOUNTS

Exit

Total in

00,00 €

Total out

00,00 €

Remained Credit

(*)

Banknotes in

00,00 €

Banknotes out

00,00 €

IN: 00,00 €

OUT: 00,00 €

Last partials cancelled

Paid 00,00 €

Coins out

00,00 €

Coins in

00,00 €

(*) Reset of the remaining credit: if and when the relevant contact circuit has been preset (see section 9.3.1.1), it is possible to switch the reset button or key to cancel the unpaid amount. The Operator will then manually pay the credit left to the Customer, while the cancelled amount will be recorded in the Accounts section (see 9.3.5 RESET ACCOUNTS).

Press OK: the display will show the total amounts introduced (T

OTAL

I

N

). Press UP, and OK if you want to exit the A

CCOUNTS

menu.

Or else, press DOWN to check the total amounts dispensed (T

OTAL

O

UT

).

Press DOWN to go on browsing the submenu.

Notice: whenever the Partial Amounts record get cancelled (see section 9.2.3 RESET ACCOUNTS), the previous value recorded in “Last Partials cancelled” gets replaced by the amount that has just been reset.

PRINT ACCOUNTS: when the machine includes the printer and the RFID Keys Reader, it is possible to get a strip reporting the sate of the accounts. Proceed as follows:

1.

Insert Master (Black) key.

2.

Display shows “Account Records”: hold the greenlit (Lang.) pushbutton pressed until display shows “Partials in”

(depending on board version, it can show other descriptions).

3.

Navigate the Accounts menu until finding “Print Accounts” (depending on board version), or else go straight to 4.

4.

Press Printer Pushbutton (“

STAMPA RICEVUTA

”): its light will flash yellow as long as the printing goes on.

9.3.5 R

ESET OF ACCOUNTS

To use this sub-menu it is necessary to digit the PIN code. This function allows to cancel the account records (both paid out and cashed in) of the machine.

RESET

ACCOUNTS

(*)

Exit

Reset

Total Amounts

Reset

Partial Amounts

Exit

For each of the 4 digits of thePIN, use UP and DOWN to highlight the figure wanted, then confirm by OK. At the end, the display will show:

Once entered the PIN, the display will show:

Enter PIN

0

All Totals cancelled

All Partials cancelled

PLEASE NOTE: when re-configuring the unit from token dispenser to coins dispenser, always activate RESTORE DEFAULT

CONFIGURATION and then RESET ACCOUNT RECORDS.

If not done, memory of the bonus given would fauls the audit.

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9.3.6 P

ERIPHERAL UNITS SET UP

It is possible to configurate by this menu the cctalk coin acceptor, the ccTalk note validator, the ccTalk hoppers, the pay-out mode and the keys mode.

P

ERIPHERAL UNITS

SETUP

EMPTY OUT

HOPPERS

5 < 10 > 20 50 100

OK OK OK OK OK

5 10 < 20 > 50 100

OK OK OK OK OK

Exit

Set up

Note validator

< 5 > 10 20 50 100

OK OK OK OK OK

< 5 > 10 20 50 100

NO OK OK OK OK

5 < 10 > 20 50 100

NO OK OK OK OK

Set up

Coin acceptor

< 2,00 > 1,00 0,50

OK OK OK

2,00 < 1,00 > 0,50

OK OK OK

< 2,00 > 1,00 0,50

NO OK OK

2,00 1,00 < 0,50 >

OK NO OK

2,00 < 1,00 > 0,50

NO OK OK

(**) DO NOT USE TOKENS in HopperCD!

Set up

Cashless

Set up

Dispense mode

Set up

COINS

Set up

TOKEN

(**)

(**)

Set up

TOKEN + CHANGE

(*)

Set up Hopper 1 :

1,00 €

Level sensors enabled

Level sensors disabled

- Note Validator setup

Dispensing mode

MANUAL

(***)

(***)

Dispensing mode

AUTOMATIC

(*)

Set up Hopper 2 :

0,50 €

(*)

Press Down or Up to modify amounts in discreet steps of 0,05

€ each

(***) available only in

HAMMER1 CD+CD

All the programmed note values (5-to-100 GBP) get automatically enabled. To modify this default condition, press OK to get to the first option (ex. 5 €) and highlight it, then press UP or DOWN to reverse its state . Press OK to shift to the next option (ex. 10 €).

Set up

Note validator

< 5 > 10 20 50 100

OK OK OK OK OK

< 5 > 10 20 50 100

NO OK OK OK OK

5 < 10 > 20 50 100

OK OK OK OK OK

5 10 < 20 > 50 100

OK OK OK OK OK

- Coin selector setup

Among the accepted coins (0.05-to-2 €), the following ones get enabled by default: 0.50 € - 1.00 € - 2.00 €. To modify this condition, press OK to get to the first option (ex. 2 €) and highlight it, then press UP or DOWN to reverse its state .

Press OK to shift to the next option (ex. 1 €).

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Set up

Coin acceptor

< 2,00 > 1,00 0,50

OK OK OK

< 2,00 > 1,00 0,50

NO

OK OK

- Dispensing Mode setup

2,00 < 1,00 > 0,50

OK OK OK

2,00 1,00 < 0,50 >

OK

NO

OK

Allows to choose whether to dispense C

OINS

or T

OKENS

or T

OKENS

+C

HANGE

, and whether the

DISPENSING MODE

will be

AUTOMATIC

or

MANUAL

.

It also permits to monitor the level of the coins in the hopper(s) by the electronic sensors.

SET UP

DISPENSING MODE

Set up

COINS

Set up Hopper 1:

1,00 €

(*) Use keys Down and Up to modify values

Hopper 2 does not show in DRY CHANGE

(*)

(*)

Set up Hopper 2:

0,50 €

Set up

TOKENS

(**)

(**) NOTICE: option TOKEN+CHANGE available only in BIG CHANGE,

not available in DRY CHANGE

(**)

Set up

TOKENS+CHANGE

Dispense mode

AUTOMATIC

Dispense mode

MANUAL

Level sensors enabled

Level sensors disabled

NOTA: monitoring of level sensors is disabled by default. This means that the board does not know when the hopper is empty, so it will send the pay-out command even if there are no coins available.

If instead the monitoring has been enabled, and there are not enough coins in the hopper, the display will warn that the hopper is empty. There are yet contained 20 coins approximately, to be able to complete the change payout.

PLEASE NOTE: IF AND when re-configuring the unit from token dispenser to coins dispenser, always activate

RESTORE DEFAULT CONFIGURATION and then RESET ACCOUNT RECORDS. If not done, the memory of the bonus given would make the accounting false.

- Cashless Set up (only if the ACS reader is built-in)

At first pressing OK to enter this menu, the display will request to initialize the key reader. Do as follows.

Insert the Master Key (black). Work out one 6 digits PIN code, write it down and keep it in a safe place.

Press the OK button: you will be prompted for entering the PIN code.

Insert the 6 digits PIN. To enter each of the 6 digits, make use of the

Enter PIN

0

UP and DOWN buttons. When the desired character is displayed, confirm it by the OK button.

After entering the 6th character, the display will prompt for confirming the PIN code. Enter it again: initialization of the key reader will start. The Master Key gets initialized as well.

Once the process is complete, the confirmation message appears:

Antenna initialized!

The display will return to “Peripheral Units Setup”.

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Go again to “Cashless Set up”, and press OK button to initialize the Service key(s) and/or the User Keys. This time the

4 digits PIN of the unit will be requested (see section 9.3.13 Change PIN).

To create another Master Key, it will be necessary to use again the 6 digit PIN.

Let us now initialize the Service key - insert it:

Init. Service

Key

Insert Service Key

(white)

Do not remove the key

Wait……

Let us now initialize the User key - insert it:

Init. User

Key

Insert User Key

(coloured)

Do not remove the key

Wait……

NOTICE: it is possible to load the User Keys either by the

same key reader in the unit (see section 8.1.1), or

Key initialized!

Key initialized!

Remove the initialized key

Remove the initialized key

ACR programming station

by the ACR programming station (K-P4N-000007). for RFID keys (K-P4N-000007)

9.3.7 E

MPTY OUT THE

H

OPPER

Use this function to make the selected hopper pay out all the contained coins / tokens.

EMPTY OUT

EMPTY OUT

HOPPER

1

HOPPER total nnn,nn €

When depletion has been completed, the paid out value will be displayed.

Exit

9.3.8 R

ESTORE DEFAULT CONFIGURATION

To use this sub-menu it is necessary to digit the PIN code.

RESTORE DEFAULT

CONFIGURATION

EnterPIN

0…

The following message will briefly appear after the PIN has been entered, then the

DEFAULT CONFIG

.

RESTORED

message

DEFAULT CONFIGURATION

RESTORED will be shown again.

If a wrong number is inserted, the following message will appear:

PIN error

WARNING: in case of reset, the system sets back to default configuration. The PIN code will be reset to the default

0000 setting. Account records shall not be cancelled.

9.3.9 P

ROMO

It is possible to preset an advertisment on the display. Press OK:

Digit text

------------------------

Press again OK, the pointer will highlight the first digit: by UP or DOWN, choose the character that you want to insert, then confirm by OK. The pointer will highlight the following digit.

Once digit nr. 16 has been confirmed, the message gets stored.

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9.3.10 B

ONUS SET UP

This function will operate only if at least the hopper nr. 1 is preset for paying tokens. Take care to set up all hoppers parameters. Bonus function is disabled by default.

BONUS

Bonus

ENABLE?

LEV EURO PCS

0 1€ 1

LEV EURO PCS

1 1€ 1

Bonus settings stored

Bonus

DISABLE?

(*)

LEV EURO PCS

1 10€ 11

LEV EURO PCS

1 10€ 1

(*)Use Up key to modify values

(*)

LEV EURO PCS

1 2..3..10 € 1

NOTICE: in case of mistakes made, do confirm the wrong programmed data, then reprogram correctly.

LEV EURO PCS

2 10€ 11

LEV EURO PCS

2 10€ 11

LEV EURO PCS

1 11..12.. € 1

9.3.11 S

ET UP

L

ANGUAGE

LANGUAGE

SETUP

Seleziona lingua

ITALIANO

Choose your language

ENGLISH

Waehlen Ihre Sprache

DEUTSCH

9.3.12 C

HANGE

PIN

The PIN code allows to get access to the discretional menus of the system.

The PIN code is made up by 4 figures (each of them from 0 to 9), so that there are 10,000 combinations available.

If the PIN code is not correct, the User is given another 4 tries before the board gets blocked-up by its security interlock.

The system can be started again by switching it off and on again.

ATTENTION: the default PIN code is 0000

The settings in the following menus can be modified by using the PIN code:

MODIFY PIN - RESET ACCOUNTS - RESTORE DEFAULT CONFIGURATION

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To modify the existing PIN, press OK, and digit the old PIN code: to digit each code figure, use keys UP and DOWN to set each character, then confirm it by OK. Once the 4 th

character has been confirmed, confirm by OK the old PIN:

MODIFY PIN

Enter PIN

0

New PIN

0

To digit the new PIN code, use first the UP and DOWN keys to set each figure, then confirm it by OK. Once the 4 th figure has been confirmed, confirm by OK the whole new PIN.

As every single figure gets confirmed, an asterisk takes its place, so preserving secrecy.

NOTICE: when DEFAULT CONFIGURATION is restored, the PIN code gets reset to 0000.

7.3.13 E

XIT

M

ENU

Press OK to go back to stand-by condition:

EXIT MENU

Exit Menu in progress…

CHANGEONE

Promo

10. Messages

10.1 Messages of faulty operation

When this warning appears:

DRY CHANGE

OUT OF SERVICE

please check the state of the Peripheral Units:

COIN ACCEPTOR

CONNECTED

NOTE VALIDATOR

IN ERROR

HOPPER N. 1

DISCONNECTED

The above messages mean that: the coin acceptor is connected and functioning there has been a problem with the note reader hopper n. 1 is disconnected.

The following information can appear:

(

PERIPHERAL UNIT

)

the named peripheral unit (coin acceptor, or cashless reader, or 8PR relay board, a.s.o.) is correctly operating

CONNECTED

(

PERIPHERAL UNIT

)

DISCONNECTED

(

PERIPHERAL UNIT

)

ERROR

(

PERIPHERAL UNIT

)

NOT SUPPORTED

BANKNOTE

NOT ENABLED

the named peripheral unit has not been detected the named peripheral unit has been detected but there has been a malfunction the named peripheral unit has been detected but it is not supported by the control board

A disabled note denomination has been introduced, and rejected

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10.2 Code RI (Control Board blocked)

The ‘Code RI’ message means that there has been an event that makes it wise to hold the EPROM from operating.

If and when it pops up, hold down the 3 OK, UP e DOWN keys at the same time for 5 seconds.

Such operation will reset the machine to its default configuration. It will then be necessary to re-program the setup according to the needs.

In case that the ‘Code RI’ message pops up again after releasing the 3 keys, it means that the EPROM has been damaged: it will be necessary to replace the board.

10.3 Messages from the note reader

The Leds in the front entry of the validators inform about malfunctions. The following chart shows the possible cases:

State of the unit

Colour Nr. of flashes

Error description Suggested solution

Out of service none none none none

Power off

Communication with control board interrupted

CPU out of service

The machine display will also report an error

The machine display will also report an error. Check that the dip-switches are correctly set

The machine display will also report an error. Check connections and cables inside the validator

Out of service yellow

Jammed notes

Rejected notes

Diminished acceptance rate

red yellow yellow variable ROM or RAM out of service variable notes or parts clogging the reading path

Configuration malfunctioning

DIP switches have been wrongly set variable variable

See Vega manual, chart 13, according to the number of flashes

Check the reading path

See Vega manual, chart 13, according to the number of flashes

See Vega manual

Sensors are dirty

Sensors malfunction

Software not updated to recently minted notes

Sensors are dirty

Clean the sensors in the reading path

See Vega manual, chart 14, according to the number of flashes

Check that the note and its minting year are consistent with the software update version

Clean the sensors in the reading path

Sensors calibration required

Check the flashing pattern, then See Vega manual, chart 14, according to the number of flashes Carry out the calibration test.

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11. Maintenance

!

PLEASE PAY ATTENTION! Switch power off before opening the validator.

- Retrieving Banknotes

1. Pull the Release Handle to free the Cash Box from the Frame and pull the Cash Box forward.

2. Rotate the Thumb Lock Knob counterclockwise and drag down the Cash Box Door

3. With the Cash Box Door open, retrieve the Banknotes

1

3

2

- Clearing a Banknote Jam

1. Do not power up the validator during this operation.

2. Press buttons A and lift the Upper Validation

Section open.

3. Remove the Course Reversing Guide Cover by pressing in on the two buttons B.

4. Turn the Thumb Lock Knob C to gain access to the jammed Banknote

5. Remove the jammed Banknote or any foreign object jamming the transport path.

A

C

B

- Clearing a Banknote jammed in the stacker

1. Do not power up the validator during this operation.

2. Remove the cash box.

3. Rotate the Cash Box Banknote Transportation

Gear in the necessary direction to remove the jammed Banknote.

Transportation Gear

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12. Cleaning of the note recycler

(only for BIG CHANGE UNIT)

CAUTION: Do not use alcohol, thinner or citrus based products for cleaning any inner or outer surfaces.

Cleaning the Banknote Recycler’s Transport path is very important. Adhering Iron powder or dirt on the Recycler’s

Sensors may cause poor performance or errors. Perform a scheduled clean-ing at least once a month to keep the

Recycler Transport path clean. Use a dry, soft, lint-free cloth or a Cotton swab to wipe dirt and stains from the Magnetic and Optical Sensors, Rollers and Belts. If necessary, blow the inside of the Unit clean with a compressed air jet to remove clinging foreign objects. Pay attention not to scratch the sensors lenses.

How to clean the sensors:

1.

Make sure that power is off.

2.

Open the upper cover flap.

3.

Clean each sensor and its path.

a

Wipe clean by a lint-free piece of cloth: a – Input Sensor b – Validation Sensor

b c f h e d g b

a

c – Side Sensor d – Escrow Sensor

Clean by pressurized air: e – Recycler flap Sensor f – Stacker door flap Sensor h – Cash box present Sensor i - Pusher mechanism home position Sensors

i

Clean by cotton swab: g – Stacker input Sensor

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13. Disposal of the product

WARNING! DISPOSE OF ACCORDING TO THE GOVERNING LAW

IN YOUR COUNTRY!

This equipment may not be treated as household waste. Instead, it must be handed over to the applicable collection point for the recycling of electric and electronic equipment.

By ensuring that this product is dised of correctly, you will help to prevent potential negative consequences for the environment and human health, which could otherwise be caused by inappropriate waste handling of this product.

For more detailed information about recycling of this product, please contact the

Dealer where you purchased this product.

14. Terms of Guarantee

The manufacturer will fix malfunctions arising from production faults in this machine or parts of it within 12 months from the date of sale.

All communications referring to guarantee repairs or replacements must be accompanied by the product serial number and the copy of the sale invoice.

To obtain your guarantee repair, please send the part to the Dealer where you purchased the machine, together with the following documents:

- copy of the sale invoice

- delivery note stating “returned for guarantee repair”

- detailed report of the problem found and the circumstances in which it occurs.

Before sending the product, please get in touch with your Dealer or with Alberici S.p.a. (+39 051 944300); very malfunctions can be fixed via a simple phone call, saving you costs and time.

Alberici S.p.a. will verify that warranty is applicable, i.e. that problem is not caused by:

- transport damages

- damages from incorrect installation or wrong configuration

- installation in premises or areas not complying with the prescribed safety requirements

- intentional or unwilled tampering

- wrong or careless use or maintenance

- non-compliance with precautions prescribed (see Chapter 4. Caution)

- natural disasters, vandalisms, intentional or unintentional damage

Guarantee is considered automatically expired if outer and inner labels are missing.

Transport costs of repaired products are at the Customer’s charge.

15. Customer Service

Alberici S.p.a. will be pleased to offer all the necessary information on use, ordinary maintenance and technical service.

Please call (+39) 051 944300 and specify if your request concerns information on use or technical support.

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NOTA

La Alberici S.p.A. si riserva il diritto di apportare modifiche alle specifiche tecniche dell’apparecchiatura descritta in qualunque momento e senza preavviso, nell’ambito del perseguimento del miglioramento continuo del proprio prodotto.

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®

Via Miglioli 23

40024 Castel San Pietro

Terme (BO) – ITALY

Progettazione e produzione di sistemi di pagamento, accessori per videogames e macchine vending

Design and manufacture of payment systems, accessories for videogames and vending machines

Tel. + 39 051 944 300

Fax. + 39 051 944 594

http://www.alberici.net

[email protected]

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