Triton Systems 9100 Series Owner's manual

Triton Systems 9100 Series Owner's manual
MODEL 9100
AUTOMATED TELLER MACHINE
USER MANUAL
VERSION 1.0
TDN 07100-00080 04/2007
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CONTENTS
SECTION 1 - INTRODUCTION ........................................................................................ 1
WHAT’S IN THIS MANUAL ....................................................................................................................... 2
FEATURE HIGHLIGHTS ..............................................................................................................................3
STANDARD FEATURES ..............................................................................................................................4
SECTION 2 - BASIC OPERATION ................................................................................... 7
INTRODUCTION ........................................................................................................................................ 8
CONTROL PANEL LAYOUT ........................................................................................................................8
FUNCTION KEYPADS ................................................................................................................................9
MAIN KEYPAD ....................................................................................................................................... 9
MENU-BASED OPERATION ........................................................................................................................11
CUSTOMER TRANSACTIONS ....................................................................................................................... 12
VOICE-ENABLED TRANSACTIONS ..............................................................................................................14
SECTION 3 - MANAGEMENT FUNCTIONS ....................................................................... 15
INTRODUCTION ........................................................................................................................................ 16
ACCESSING THE MANAGEMENT FUNCTIONS MENU ....................................................................................16
NEW OR MODIFIED MANAGEMENT FUNCTIONS ..........................................................................................17
MAIN MENU .......................................................................................................................... 18
CONFIGURE TERMINAL ........................................................................................................... 19
CASSETTE SETUP ..............................................................................................................................19
DATE / TIME FUNCTIONS ..................................................................................................................19
LANGUAGE IDIOMA ..........................................................................................................................19
PRINTER SETTINGS ........................................................................................................................... 19
ATM MONITORING .........................................................................................................................19
PASSWORD MAINTENANCE ............................................................................................................... 19
MORE ............................................................................................................................................. 20
AD SCREENS .................................................................................................................................. 20
RANDOM / LEVEL PROZE COUPONS ................................................................................................... 20
CHANGE MESSAGES ........................................................................................................................20
COMMUNICATION ............................................................................................................................. 20
ADJUST CONTRAST ........................................................................................................................... 20
LOCAL ZIP CODE ............................................................................................................................. 20
MORE ............................................................................................................................................. 20
SPEECH ON / OFF ............................................................................................................................ 20
VIEW / MODIFY OPTIONS ................................................................................................................. 20
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CASSETTE SETUP ............................................................................................................................ 21
RELEARN BILL THICKNESS ............................................................................................................... 21
INTERNATIONAL CURRENCY ..............................................................................................................21
MAXIMUM AMOUNT (CASH) .............................................................................................................21
MAXIMUM AMOUNT (NON-CASH) .....................................................................................................21
CASSETTE PARAMETERS ....................................................................................................................21
FAST CASH AMOUNTS ...................................................................................................................... 21
MORE ............................................................................................................................................. 21
LOW CURRENCY ..............................................................................................................................21
EXTENDED AMOUNT ........................................................................................................................21
CASSETTE PARAMETERS ..................................................................................................................22
SET BILL DIMENSIONS ..................................................................................................................... 22
VALUE ............................................................................................................................................22
TYPE .............................................................................................................................................. 22
SERVICE ..........................................................................................................................................22
CURRENCY DATA .............................................................................................................................22
CASSETTE ........................................................................................................................................ 22
DESCRIPTION ...................................................................................................................................22
CONFIGURE PROCESSORS ................................................................................................. 23
PROCESSOR NAME ........................................................................................................................... 23
TERMINAL ID ................................................................................................................................. 23
KEY MANAGEMENT ........................................................................................................................23
COMMUNICATION TYPE ....................................................................................................................23
COMMUNICATION NUMBERS ..............................................................................................................23
SENT TERMINAL TOTALS ..................................................................................................................24
STATUS MONITORING .......................................................................................................................24
EOT (END OF TRANSMISSION) .......................................................................................................... 24
COMMUNICATION HEADER ................................................................................................................ 25
PREDIAL .........................................................................................................................................25
KEY MANAGEMENT ........................................................................................................................26
ENTER MASTER KEYS ...................................................................................................................... 26
DOWNLOAD WORKING KEYS ...........................................................................................................26
DISPLAY CHECK DIGITS ...................................................................................................................26
ENTERING KEYS PROCEDURES ................................................................................................................ 27-28
CONFIGURE SERVICES .............................................................................................................. 29
STD ATM CONFIGURATION ..................................................................................................................
TRANSACTION TYPES ..............................................................................................................................
ACCOUNT TYPES ....................................................................................................................................
SURCHARGE ...........................................................................................................................................
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CASSETTE SERVICE ................................................................................................................ 31
DIAGNOSTICS .......................................................................................................................... 32
STATUS ................................................................................................................................................... 32
PURGE ................................................................................................................................................... 32
TEST DISPENSE ....................................................................................................................................... 32
FORMAT GRAPHIC MEMORY ..................................................................................................................... 32
TEST RECEIPT PRINTER ............................................................................................................................ 32
VERSION #’S ..........................................................................................................................................32
MORE DIAGNOSTICS ..............................................................................................................................33
INJECT NEW CASSETTE ID ........................................................................................................................33
COMMUNICATION ....................................................................................................................................33
MODEM SPEAKER ON / OFF ....................................................................................................................33
FORCE UNLOCK ......................................................................................................................................33
PRINT DISPENSER STATUS ........................................................................................................................33
CLEAR DISPENSER STATUS ....................................................................................................................... 33
PREVIOUS ............................................................................................................................................... 33
MORE (MORE) DIAGNOSTICS ................................................................................................................. 34
KEYPAD .................................................................................................................................................34
CLEAR TAMPER ......................................................................................................................................34
CLEAR SERIAL TAMPER ..........................................................................................................................34
STATUS ................................................................................................................................................... 34
SCAN CARD ...........................................................................................................................................34
CLOSE ................................................................................................................................... 35
SCHEDULE CLOSE ................................................................................................................................... 35
TRIAL CLOSE ..........................................................................................................................................35
DAY CLOSE ............................................................................................................................................35
TRIAL CASSETTE CLOSE (ALL) ................................................................................................................. 35
CASSETTE CLOSE ................................................................................................................................... 36
CASSETTE A-D ....................................................................................................................................... 36
TRIAL CASSETTE CLOSE ........................................................................................................................... 36
SELECT CASSETTE ................................................................................................................................... 36
ENTER QTY IN CASSETTE ..........................................................................................................................36
JOURNAL ................................................................................................................................ 37
PRINT JOURNAL ......................................................................................................................................37
CLEAR JOURNAL .....................................................................................................................................37
PRINT LAST X ENTRIES ............................................................................................................................ 37
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TCP/IP CONFIGURATION ....................................................................................................... 39
INTRODUCTION ........................................................................................................................................ 40
TCP/IP ADDRESSES ................................................................................................................................40
CONFIGURE PROCESSORS (COMM TYPE) ..................................................................................................41
COMMUNICATION NUMBERS ..................................................................................................................... 42
CONFIGURE TERMINAL (TCP/IP CONFIGURATION) ................................................................................. 43
NETWORK SETTINGS ......................................................................................................................................... 44-45
TEST TCP/IP ..........................................................................................................................................46
TRITON CONNECT (TCP/IP CONFIGURATION) ........................................................................................ 47
HOST NUMBERS (ADDRESSES) ..................................................................................................................48
ALARM NUMBERS (ADDRESSES) ............................................................................................................... 49
TERMINAL IP ADDRESS / LISTENING PORT .................................................................................................50
SECTION 4 - CASSETTE CLOSE / CASH REPLENISHMENT ................................................. 51
INTRODUCTION ........................................................................................................................................ 52
DISPENSING MECHANISMS .......................................................................................................................52
NOTE CONDITION ....................................................................................................................................52
PREPARING NOTES .................................................................................................................................. 53
CASSETTE CLOSE PROCEDURES ............................................................................................................... 54
REPLENISH CASSETTE (TDM DISPENSERS) ................................................................................................... 55-58
REPLENISH CASSETTE (SDD) ........................................................................................................................ 59-61
REPLENISH CASSETTE (MINIMECH) ............................................................................................................... 62-63
SECTION 5 - GENERAL MAINTENANCE ........................................................................... 65
INTRODUCTION ........................................................................................................................................ 66
REPLENISH RECEIPT PAPER ............................................................................................................................. 66-68
CLEANING THE ENCLOSURE ..................................................................................................................... 69
CLEANING THE DISPLAY ..........................................................................................................................69
CARD READER CLEANING ........................................................................................................................69
SECTION 6 - ERROR CODES / TDM CLICK COUNTS .................................................... 71
ERROR CODES ................................................................................................................................................... 72-76
COMMUNICATION ERROR CODES ............................................................................................................... 77
CLICK COUNTER HARDWARE STATUS CODES .............................................................................................. 78
TDM CLICK COUNTERS ................................................................................................................................... 79-85
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APPENDIX A - WARRANTY AND REPAIR POLICIES/PROCEDURES ..................................... A-1
APPENDIX B - COMBINATION / ELECTRONIC LOCKS ..................................................... B-1
APPENDIX C - TDM “BACKGROUND PAPER” .............................................................. C-1
SUPPLEMENTS
SUPPLEMENT A (US / MEXICO) .................................................................................... SA-1
SUPPLEMENT B (CANADA) ............................................................................................ SB-1
SUPPLEMENT C (SOUTH AFRICA) .................................................................................. SC-1
SUPPLEMENT D (US) ................................................................................................... SD-1
SUPPLEMENT E (CANADA) ............................................................................................ SE-1
SUPPLEMENT F (UK) ................................................................................................... SF-1
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WHAT’S IN THIS MANUAL
This revised User manual describes the operating features of the Model 9100 series ATM and shows how
to perform the procedures that would typically be performed by the owner or operator personnel.
The manual is divided into the following sections:
SECTION 1, INTRODUCTION. Summarizes the basic features of the Model 9100 series ATM.
SECTION 2, BASIC OPERATION. Describes the basic operation of the terminal.:
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Control Panel Layout.
Keypads (Function, Main)
Menu-Based Operation
Customer Transaction Process
Voice-Enabled Transactions Guide
SECTION 3, MANAGEMENT FUNCTIONS. Describes the menu functions and available options.
SECTION 4, CASSETTE CLOSE / CASH REPLENISHMENT. Describes the menu functions for cassette close
procedures. Cash replenishment standards and loading steps are covered as well as putting cassettes
back in service.
SECTION 5, GENERAL MAINTENANCE. Describes normal preventative and corrective maintenance procedures appropriate for user personnel.
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Replenishing Receipt Paper
Cleaning the Enclosure/Card Reader
Section 6, TDM Error Codes / Click Counts. Tables provided to help identify error conditions and
troubleshooting.
APPENDIX A, WARRANTY AND REPAIR POLICIES / PROCEDURES
APPENDIX B, COMBINATION / ELECTRONIC LOCKS. Covers how to change combinations for mechanical and
electronic locks. Also provides procedures for changing the battery in the electronic lock.
APPENDIX C, TALKING PAPER (TDM MECHANISMS)
SUPPLEMENT A. Describes software changes implemented in the March, 06’ version of 8100/9100 US/
Mexico software release.
SUPPLEMENT B. Describes software changes implemented in the April, 06’ version of 8100/9100 Canadian
software release.
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SUPPLEMENT C. Describes software changes implemented in the May, 06’ version of 8100/9100 South
Africa software release.
SUPPLEMENT D. Descibes software changes implemented in the February, 07’ version of 8100/9100 US
software release.
SUPPLEMENT E. Describes software changes implemented in the Mar, 07’ version of 8100/9100 Canadian
software release.
SUPPLEMENT F. Descibes software changes implemented in the Mar, 07’ version of 8100/9100 UK software
release.
FEATURE HIGHLIGHTS
Important features of the 9100 series ATM are highlighted in the following list:
" Modular architecture eases troubleshooting and servicing.
" Supports dial-up and Ethernet (TCP/IP) communications.
" Accomodates single or multi-cassette dispensing mechanisms (TDM-100/150/200/250/SDD/
Minimech).
" 5.7" (145 mm) monochrome or color LCD display.
" 14.4 baud modem standard (33.6 baud optional).
" Satisfies Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) specifications for height and access. Audio compliant.
" VISA® Encrypting PIN Pad (VEPP) to comply with international encryption standards and Triple
DES compliant.
" Dip-style card reader (EMV optional).
" 60 mm thermal printer designed for quiet operation.
" Mechanical or electronic combination lock .
" Supports remote setup, configuration, and monitoring via Triton Connect™ ATM monitoring software.
" Dispenses U.S. and international currency types.
" High-capacity electronic journal stores transaction details for later printout and analysis.
" Supports LED-backlit signage option (topper attachment).
" Small footprint design makes placement easier. Deeper cabinet available to accomodate SDD dispenser.
" Choice of control panel and fascia color available in Blue or Bayou Bronze.
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" Management Functions. Enable extensive control and customization of the ATM’s operating
parameters.
" EPROM Functions. The EPROM function provides low-level diagnostic and software update
operations.
" Password Protection. Access to Management Functions, EPROM, and Key Management areas are
protected with passwords.
" MAC Encryption Support. Message Authentication Code (MAC) data encryption protocol. Provides
increased protection for message traffic to and from the ATM. Triple DES compliant.
" Encrypting PIN Pad (EPP) Entry Device Support. Secure EPP device encrypts the customer PIN
during a transaction. Triple DES compliant.
" Multi-Language Support. Enables the customer to select a preferred language (such as French or
Spanish) for customer screens and receipts.
" Transaction and Account Type Configuration. Enables selection of transactions (transfers or balance
inquiries) or accounts (savings or credit card) that will be presented to the customer. Does not affect
availability of checking account withdrawal.
" Cassette and Day Close Reports. Provide summary information about the number and type of
transactions being performed by the ATM.
" Electronic Journal. Stores the details of each transaction in solid-state memory. Journal data can be
retrieved, printed out at the receipt printer, and transferred to a remote Triton Connect computer.
" AD Screens. An Ad screen is a promotional or advertising graphic that is displayed on the LCD
screen during idle periods. Ad screens are downloaded to the terminal by a remote Triton Connect™
computer. Text-only (non-graphic) Ad screens can also be displayed.
" Receipt Printer Graphics. This feature allows informational or promotional graphics to be printed
on customer receipts.
" Messages. Informational and promotional messages that are displayed to the customer on-screen or
printed on receipts.
" Coupons. Coupons are printed by the receipt printer and prizes awarded to customers based on
random and/or withdrawal amount-based transactions. Coupon text can be entered locally or
downloaded along with coupon graphics using Triton Connect™ software.
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" Status Monitoring. The ATM can periodically transfer status information to the host processor. In
addition, Triton Connect™ remote monitoring software can be used to view the journal, monitor
operation and alarm conditions, update operating parameters, and reset the terminal.
" UL 291 certified for Business Hours service. This means that the currency should be removed from
the dispenser and stored in a safe location when the business is closed to the public.
" Front-access cabinet. Allows access to the dispensing mechanism and currency cassette from the
control-panel side of the unit.
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SECTION 2
BASIC OPERATION
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This section describes the basic operation of the terminal. The following topics are covered:
1.
CONTROL PANEL LAYOUT. Describes the layout of the terminal’s control panel.
2.
KEYPAD OPERATION. Describes the use of the alphanumeric keypads.
3.
MENU-BASED OPERATION. Gives a general overview of the terminal display interface.
4.
CUSTOMER TRANSACTIONS. Summarizes the actions involved in typical customer transactions. In
addition, the voice-enabled transactions feature is described.
CONTROL PANEL LAYOUT
The user interface of the terminal consists of the LCD screen, receipt chute, card reader, speaker, headphone jack (visually impaired), and 24 keys on three keypads. The Function keys are arranged in two
four-key groups, one group on either side of the LCD display. The main keypad consists of 10 alphanumeric keys, two arrow keys and four large control keys, all located in a 16-key group beneath the LCD
screen.
The main keypad and control keys have an integral raised Braille symbol to conform to the requirements
of the Americans with Disabilities Act (Figure 2-1).
LCD screen
Function
keys
Receipt
chute
Card
reader
Main
keypad
Headphone jack
Figure 2-1. Control panel layout.
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FUNCTION KEYPADS
The primary menu navigation keys, called Function keys, are arranged in two four-key groups, one group
on either side of the LCD screen. A Function key is only active when a function or menu option name is
displayed (if the display is “grayed out”, that option is not available). The Function keys are designated
F1 through F8, as shown in Figure 2-2.
Figure 2-2. Function key layout.
MAIN KEYPAD
The entry of numeric characters via the main keypad is straightforward: simply press the desired key.
However, in certain Management Function screens it may be necessary to enter alphabetic characters, a
procedure that requires a little more explanation. On such screens, a flashing cursor will be evident on the
display, representing the location where the next character you enter will be displayed. To enter a letter or
punctuation mark, you will first press the <CTRL> key (the blank key in the lower right-hand corner of the
keypad), and then you will press the number that has the letter or other character you want.
Figure 2-3.
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Each of the numbered keys (<0> through <9>) has six characters available. See Table 2-1, Keypad
characters. On most of these keys (<2> through <9>), the first three of the available characters are
alphabetic, and are printed on the keycap above the number character. Two keys, the <0> and <1>, are
different. The <0> key does not show any additional characters, while the <1> key shows two alphabetic
characters (‘QZ’).
TABLE 2-1 - KEYPAD CHARACTERS
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The first character on the first key (0-9) you press after the <CTRL> key will be displayed at the current
cursor position. Pressing the same key repeatedly (X1-X6) will cycle the displayed letter through the
available character choices for that key.
When the desired character is displayed, press the <RIGHT ARROW> key to ‘lock it in’ and move the
cursor to the next position. Repeat these steps to enter the next character.
The <RIGHT ARROW> and <LEFT ARROW> keys are used in most alphanumeric data entry situations.
The <LEFT ARROW> is used to back up and erase a character. The <RIGHT ARROW> is used to lock in
a character. These keys will auto-repeat if held down for more than one second.
The <CLEAR> key can be used to clear an entry and start over. The <CANCEL> key will abort the current
transaction.
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MENU-BASED OPERATION
The terminal operates as a menu driven system. Messages and menu options presented on the LCD
display screen guide the user’s actions. The desired menu option is selected by pressing one of the keys
located to the left and right of the display. For the purpose of security many screens timeout after a preset
time interval, usually 30 seconds. The timeout length may vary depending on the function being performed.
When a screen timeout occurs, a screen is presented which asks the user if more time is needed. If the
user chooses NO, the Customer Welcome screen will be presented. If YES is chosen, the user is returned
to the function that was active prior to the timeout. If the user does not make a selection within an
additional 30-second countdown period the terminal will automatically go to the Customer Welcome
screen.
When the unit is turned on, the dispenser will beep once and the Top menu, shown in Figure 2-4, will
appear on the display screen after a few seconds. From the Top menu, you can either:
1. Activate the terminal to perform customer transactions by pressing the key next to CUSTOMER
TRANSACTIONS.
2. Enter the terminal system management area by pressing the key next to MANAGEMENT FUNCTIONS.
Note: You will have to enter an appropriate password to view the Management Functions menu.
If you do not select a menu choice within 30 seconds the terminal will automatically default to the
Customer Welcome screen (a benefit of this feature is that in the event of a power interruption the terminal
will automatically begin accepting customer transactions shortly after power is restored).
Figure 2-4. Top menu screen.
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CUSTOMER TRANSACTIONS
A customer begins a transaction by selecting from the Customer screen options. They nsert their ATM
card into the card reader of the terminal. The card must be inserted so that the magnetic stripe can be
scanned by the card reader’s sensor. If the customer inserts the card incorrectly, a warning message will
be displayed, accompanied by several beeps to get their attention.
If there is a problem reading a card, make sure the customer is inserting the card correctly. Most problems
are the result of inserting the card incorrectly.
Once the card has been read in successfully, a surcharge message, if applicable, may be displayed (the
surcharge message may be displayed at the end of the customer’s transaction selection). The customer
must then enter their secret Personal Identification Number (PIN) code. Once the PIN has been entered,
the transaction type and account are selected, and the desired amount of the transaction, if needed. The
transaction will be processed, typically in a matter of seconds.
Figure 2-5 shows how ATM transactions are handled. If the transaction was processed successfully, the
customer is prompted to retrieve the requested cash (for withdrawal transactions) and/or the applicable
transaction receipt, as needed. If the transaction was declined, a short receipt indicating the problem is
printed.
PROCESSOR
ATM
NETWORK
ATM
BANK
Figure 2-5. ATM transaction processing.
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The ATM sends the customer transaction request to a processor. A processor is a financial intermediary,
such as an Independent Sales Organization (ISO), bank, or other financial institution that provides
transaction-processing services for ATMs. The ATM must be set up with a particular processor before
customer transactions can take place.
The processor routes the transaction to the appropriate ATM network. An ATM network is a regionally
or nationally organized clearing house for financial transactions, that deals directly with the appropriate
financial institution, such as the customer’s bank or credit card company, in order to complete the
transaction. The processor will select the appropriate ATM network to use based on factors such as the
type of ATM or credit card used, location of the customer’s bank, or other considerations. The transaction may be transferred between several networks before ultimately reaching the customer’s bank or
credit card company.
The ATM network routes the transaction to the appropriate bank or other institution, confirms successful completion of the transaction, and sends a confirmation message back to the processor. If the request
was for a cash withdrawal, an Electronic Funds Transfer (EFT) takes place to debit the funds (including
any surcharge fee, if applicable) from the customer’s bank account and credit the funds to the processor’s
bank account.
The processor forwards a confirmation message to the ATM (and an authorization to dispense currency,
in the case of a cash withdrawal). The ATM dispenses the requested currency, if necessary, and provides
the customer with a printed receipt as a record of the transaction.
The processor credits the merchant’s account for the amount of any cash withdrawals (plus surcharge
fees, if collected), typically by the end of the next business day).
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VOICE-ENABLED TRANSACTIONS
The terminal provides voice feedback via an integrated output jack, enabling sight-impaired users to plug
in a set of headphones and receive spoken instructions to assist them in using the ATM (Figure 2-6).
A raised symbol helps a user locate the headphone jack. The ATM will automatically detect when a
headphone has been plugged into the jack, and will immediately switch into voice mode. Initially, a brief
spoken tutorial will orientate the customer to the ATM control panel interface. Once the customer begins
a transaction, spoken prompts will provide feedback and guide the customer through the successful
accomplishment of the transaction.
Figure 2-6. Headphone jack location.
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SECTION 3
MANAGEMENT FUNCTIONS
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This section describes the Management Functions available with the ‘MASTER’ password for accessing
the ATM. When the Customer Welcome screen is displayed, you can access the Management Functions
menu by following the procedure described next.
ACCESSING THE MANAGEMENT FUNCTIONS MENU
1.
Press and hold down the <CTRL> key; while holding down the <CTRL> key, press the <1> key.
Release both keys. After a moment the top menu will be displayed.
2.
At the top menu, select MANAGEMENT FUNCTIONS by pressing the key next to Management Functions
option.
3.
Enter the user password at the password entry display.
CHANGE DEFAULT PASSWORDS
A new error code (246) has been created for when the terminal’s MASTER and/or ADMINISTRATION password(s) are in the default state. The terminal will detect this condition and go
out of service. On the “Out of Service” screen, no error information will be displayed. This
error code will not reset until the Master and/or Administration passwords are changed from
their default state.
The default MASTER password is ‘123456’ and the default ADMINISTRATION password is
‘987654’.
* IMPORTANT *
NEVER USE THE IDENTICAL PASSWORD FOR BOTH MASTER AND ADMINISTRATION!
Main menu screen (multihost).
Figure 3-1. Main menu screen (non-multihost).
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Software Updates
There are Supplements at the back of this document that describe new/
changed Management function features. Refer to your particular countries
version for information regarding these updates.
NEW OR MODIFIED MANAGEMENT FUNCTIONS
The majority of the Management Functions are configured the same as before but they may have been
relocated in the menu structure. A brief synopsis of each function is provided. A summary of the changes
to the Management Functions is provided below:
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MAIN MENU - Three (3) major configuration paths now exist: Terminal, Services, and Processors.
The other options (Cassette Service, Diagnostics, Close, and Journal) have moved slightly but their
functions remain the same.
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DIAGNOSTICS - To reset an on-screen VEPP tamper error ‘205’ or VEPP Serial number error ‘239’,
you must traverse through the Diagnostics menu items. A new option, “KEYPAD”, allows user to clear
either of these 2 error codes.
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Key Management - Two (2) passwords are now required before users can enter the PIN Master
keys option. Once accessed, two (2) key parts (32 number/character stream) must be loaded, followed by
a second part. The Check Digits are displayed before either accepting or declining. An on-screen keypad
directs users for entering numbers and characters.
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COMMUNICATION - This menu item replaces the Telephone Configuration. TCP/IP configuration
setup is now included with the Modem setup.
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TRITON CONNECT™ - Moved under “ATM Monitoring”. TCP/IP configuration setup also included for Triton Connect. The communication type (dial-up or TCP/IP) is automatically detected.
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CONFIGURE PROCESSORS - Processor specific information is now configured under this option.
Standard ATM cash transactions WILL use processor number one (1) as its default. Processors 2
through 4 reserved for future applications.
!
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SURCHARGE - You may now block up to one hundred (100) ISOs at the terminal.
UPDATING SOFTWARE. When installing an update file over any prior software release on a terminal
with a TDM100 or TDM150 dispenser, the cassette multiple amount (value) will need to be reconfigured
before the terminal will go into service. You will only have to configure one time after you update. Any
other future releases will not require configuring amount values.
Cassette Service
Multi-Cassette Dispensers: During the initial boot procedure, the terminal may force
an Error Code 156 to ensure the user enters the Cassette Setup functions to configure
and put at least one cassette “In Service”.
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MAIN MENU
ACCESS INSTRUCTIONS:
1.
Access Management Functions by entering your
password. The MAIN MENU screen will be displayed.
DESCRIPTION:
The Main Menu screen allows the service provider/terminal operator to access the following Management functions:
1.
Configure Terminal. Used to configure operating
parameters for the ATM terminal.
2.
Configure Services. Used to select transaction
types, account types, and surcharging setup.
3.
Configure Processors. Used to configure up to four
(4) Host/Processor specific parameters.
* Note: Processor #1 MUST be configured for ATM cash
transactions. Configure the processor prior to Configuring
Services.
4.
Cassette Service. Allows the desired cassette(s) to be placed IN SERVICE.
5.
Diagnostics. This function performs self-tests on the major components to help determine and
isolate any malfunctions or errors.
6.
Close. Used to perform Cassette Close, Day Close, Trial Close, and Schedule Close functions.
7.
Journal. Journal data is imbedded in the dispenser firmware. The details of each transaction are
stored in the journal’s memory and can be retrieved at a later date. When needed, just the
information desired can be recalled and a printout of the records made.
Note
In configuring the parameters , the availability of some options may be “grayed
out” due to the specific dispensing mechanism installed or other features.
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CONFIGURE TERMINAL
ACCESS INSTRUCTIONS:
1.
From the MAIN MENU screen, select CONFIGURE TERMINAL.
DESCRIPTION:
The following options will be available from the CONFIGURE
TERMINAL screen:
1.
Cassette Setup. Allows the terminal operator to view
and change cassette parameters.
2.
Date/Time Functions. Provides a menu related to
configuration of date and time parameters
3.
Language Idioma. Provides access to the options
that control the language that is displayed on the
ATMs LCD display.
Printer Settings. Provides access to printer receipt
length, low paper acknowledgment, and graphics.
4.
5.
ATM Monitoring. Allows Triton Connect™ setup and enabling, heartbeat messaging, and alarm
thresholds.
6.
Password Maintenance. Allows access to menus for viewing and changing the Master and Administrative passwords.
7.
More. Additional options for couponing, messaging, etc. A listing of items are covered on the next
page.
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(M ORE )
1.
AD Screens. This feature enables or disables the
display on an idle terminal to alternate between the
Welcome Screen and a screen containing graphics
and text elements used to make an advertisement
screen.
2.
Random/Level Prize Coupons. Provides access to
setup terminal operations for issuing printed and dispensed prize coupons.
3.
Change Messages. Allows information for various terminal and receipt messages to be changed
or authored.
4.
Communication. Allows modem and/or TCP/IP parameters to be configured and tested.
5.
Adjust Contrast. Adjusts the contrast of the display. *Note: This function not available in Model
8100/9100 ATMs. A manual adjust is located on the units Main board.
6.
Local Zip Code. Allows entry of the zip code where terminal is located.
7.
More. Two (2) more additional options; Speech and View/Modify.
1.
Speech On/Off. Enables/disables the voice-activated headphone jack.
2.
View/Modify Options. Allows access for setting a
selected feature.
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CASSETTE SETUP
ACCESS INSTRUCTIONS:
1.
From the MAIN MENU screen, select CONFIGURE TERMINAL.
2.
From the CONFIGURE TERMINAL screen, select CASSETTE SETUP.
DESCRIPTION:
The following options will be available from the CASSETTE
SETUP screen:
1.
Relearn Bill Thickness. Enables you to force the
dispenser to enter the learning mode (TDM-family
dispensers).
2.
International Currency. Allows operator to select
one of (128) pre-defined characters as possible monetary symbols that describe the type of currency
being used.
3.
Maximum Amount (Cash). Allows operator to set
the maximum amount withdrawal limit. The maximum
amount cannot be more than fifty (50) times the denomination value in the cash dispenser.
4.
Maximum Amount (Non-Cash). Allows operator to set maximum non-cash purchase limit for noncash items. * Note: This function applies to NMD-family dispensers only!
5.
Cassette Parameters. Used to perform cassette-specific configuration and setup operations.
6.
Fast Cash Amounts. These amounts are entered by operator to prompt customer to select five (5)
convenient amounts. The amounts must be multiples of the denomination(s) in the cassette(s).
7.
More: Two (2) more additional options; Low Currency and Extended Amounts.
1.
Low Currency. Used to enable/disable low currency
checking on the dispenser mechanism. *Note: Available with units that have an SDD 1700 dispenser
mechanism installed.
2.
Extended Amount. Extends the currency amount entry field from eight (8) to twelve (12) digits, if needed.
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CASSETTE PARAMETERS
ACCESS INSTRUCTIONS:
1.
From the CONFIGURE TERMINAL screen, select CASSETTE SETUP.
2.
From the CASSETTE SETUP screen, select CASSETTE
PARAMETERS.
3.
Select CASSETTE “A”, “B”,
will be grayed out).
OR
“C” (cassette “D”
DESCRIPTION:
The following options will be available from the CASSETTE
SETUP screen:
1.
Set Bill Dimensions. Note: Does not apply for TDM
dispensers.
2.
Value. Allows the operator to set the value of a cash
or non-cash item in a particular cassette. Value is the
denomination of the currency or face value of the
particular non-cash item.
3.
Type. This describes the item in the particular cassette: “Cash” or “Non-Cash”. Default is “Cash”.
4.
Service. This function displays the current cassettes
status and provides the option to place a cassette
either IN SERVICE or OUT OF SERVICE.
Note: Multi-cassette TDM dispensers only.
5.
Currency Data. Note: Does not apply for TDM
dispensers.
6.
Cassette. Allows you to select another cassette, if
applicable.
7.
Description. Provides access to menus that let the
operator enter a brief description of non-cash only
items in a cassette (Applies to NMD-family dispensers only!).
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*Note*
!
Cassette “A” is for single
cassette dispensers.
!
“CASSETTE LOCKING” feature
does not apply.
MANAGEMENT FUNCTIONS
CONFIGURE PROCESSORS
ACCESS INSTRUCTIONS:
1.
From the MAIN MENU screen, select CONFIGURE PROCESSORS.
2.
From the CONFIGURE PROCESSORS screen, select option (1).
** Important**
Option (1) MUST be configured. It is the default
processor for standard ATM transactions.
DESCRIPTION:
The following options will be available from the CONFIGURE
PROCESSORS screen:
0.
Processor Name.
1.
Terminal ID.
2.
Key Management.
3.
Communication Type.
4.
Communication Numbers.
5.
Send Terminal Totals.
6.
Status Monitoring.
7.
EOT (End Of Transmission).
8.
Communications Header.
9.
Predial.
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Option 0. Processor Name
Option 3. Communication Type
Processor Name. Allows entry for the name of the Communication Type. Allows user to toggle between the communication type the terminal is using
specified processor (Ex: CALYPSO)
(Dial-up,TCP/IP). Note: Models 8100/9100 auto
Option 1. Terminal ID
detect the communication type installed and will
not allow user to change (toggle).
Option 4. Communication Numbers
Terminal ID. Allows entry of the terminal ID assigned by the host processor.
Option 2. Key Management
Communication Numbers. Allows entry of the host
processors primary and backup (if needed) phone
numbers or the Host TCP/IP/ addresses if running
that communication type.
Key Management. Allows entry of the PIN Master
key(s) assigned by the host processor.
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CONFIGURE PROCESSORS
The remaining options are toggled to either ‘Enable’ or ‘Disable’ that particular function.
Options 5-9. Toggled (Enable/Disable)
Send Terminal Totals. When this option is Enabled, the terminal will send accumulated totals information to the processor during the close operation.
Status Monitoring. Status monitoring is a feature
available with selected processor software. When
Enabled, the terminal will send operational status
information to the processor. The status information is sent in a data field that is part of any of the
following messages:
!
!
!
!
A transaction request message.
Comms key download.
Host totals download request.
Reversal request message.
EOT (End Of Transmission). When this option is
Disabled, the terminal will not look for the EOT
character at the conclusion of the transaction. Contact your host processor to verify before Enabling.
This option is processor-specific.
Communications Header. This optional feature is
only applicable to certain processors. When required, it must be Enabled and have the correct data
in the header data field. The Communication Header
consists of alphanumeric characters.
Predial. When this feature is Enabled, the terminal
will dial out to the processor and establish a connection as soon as the customer’s ATM or credit
card has been scanned by the card reader.
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**Warning**
Enabling the COMMUNICATION
HEADER when using a processor that
doesn’t use this feature will prevent any
type of transaction from completing. Disabling or having incorrect data in the
COMMUNICATION HEADER data field
(if the feature is required) will also prevent
any type of transaction from processing
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KEY MANAGEMENT
ACCESS INSTRUCTIONS:
1.
From the MAIN MENU screen, select CONFIGURE PROCESSORS.
2.
From the CONFIGURE PROCESSORS screen, select option
(2) for KEY MANAGEMENT.
DESCRIPTION:
The KEY MANAGEMENT function provides access to the ATMs functions that control the method of entry
for MAC Master Keys and/or PIN Master Keys, downloading the PIN Working Keys, and displaying the
Check Digits. The new VEPP requires that two key parts for each key are loaded. After this screen will be
a screen to indicate that the second part must be entered. Then the “Enter” function key will be displayed
to load the second key part. After the second key part is loaded, the terminal will prompt if any additional
key parts need to be loaded.
* Important*
Before proceeding, check to ensure there are no VEPP Tamper (EC 205) or
VEPP Serial Number (EC 239) errors. You must clear these errors first!. To
check/clear the errors, enter MANAGEMENT FUNCTIONS > DIAGNOSTICS > MORE
DIAGNOSTICS > MORE (MORE) DIAGNOSTICS > KEYPAD. Failure to clear these
errors first will decline entry of DES keys.
The following sequence will be displayed from the KEY MANAGEMENT screen:
1.
Enter Master Keys - Select this option to
enter the encryption keys.
Download Working Keys - Select this option
to download the Working Keys (Must be selected after entering PIN and/or MAC Master keys).
Check Digits - Displays encryption key
check digits.
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2.
Password Required - When “Enter Master Keys” is
selected, you will be prompted to enter two (2) passwords. If this is an initial setup, the default password
is six (6) zeros (000000) for each. You will then be
prompted to change passwords. Passwords MUST
be changed!
3.
Change Password (Initial Setup) - The VEPP requires
that no default password can be entered. If a user
enters the default password, the VEPP will force the
user to change them before they can enter keys.
4.
Change User Passwords (cont) - This screen allows
the user(s) to select which password to change. If
any password is the default value, the VEPP will only
allow these two functions to be selected.
5.
Change User Passwords (cont) - If this is an initial
setup, the current password will be six (6) zeros
(000000). Enter a new password (twice). A password
consists of six (6) numbers, no characters. A screen
prompt will appear if the passwords was changed
successfully. DO NOT use weak passwords (Ex:
111111,123456)
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6.
Enter Master Keys - This screen allows selection to
enter the Master keys. You MUST enter PIN Master
keys. DO NOT enter keys in the MAC Master keys
unless processor directs. You MUST enter two (2)
sets of keys (32 alpha/numerical).
7.
Enter Keys - Enter the first (32) alpha/numerical key.
The on-screen keypad legend describes the ATMs
keypad for entering numbers and characters. Select
“ENTER” using the display function key.
8.
Check Digits - After selecting “Enter” from previous screen, you will get the Check Digit which you
can either Accept or Decline. When you “Accept”
the key check digit, enter the second key. After accepting the second key part, you will be prompted
“Another Key Part”. Select “Yes” if a third key is
needed or “No” if none.
9.
Download Working Keys - After entering the keys,
exit out to the Key Management Main screen and
Download Working Keys. You MUST download the
Working keys from the processor.
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CONFIGURE SERVICES
ACCESS INSTRUCTIONS:
1.
From the MAIN MENU screen, select CONFIGURE SERVICES.
DESCRIPTION:
The following options will be available from the CONFIGURE
SERVICES screen:
1.
STD ATM Configuration. This option allows configuration of the types of services for normal customer transactions.
2.
PaySpot Configuration. This option allows configuration of cellular and long-distance services.
(NO LONGER SUPPORTED)
3.
CashWorks Configuration. This option allows configuration of maximum check cashing amounts.
(NO LONGER SUPPORTED)
4.
Western Union Configuration. This option allows
configuration of note denominations loaded in the
dispenser mechanism and account types.
(NO LONGER SUPPORTED)
*Note*
STD ATM Configuration uses the
default processor number one (1).
You MUST configure processor
number (1) for standard terminal
operations.
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STD ATM CONFIGURATION
ACCESS INSTRUCTIONS:
1.
From the MAIN MENU screen, select CONFIGURE SERVICES.
2.
From the CONFIGURE SERVICES screen, select STD.
ATM CONFIGURATION.
DESCRIPTION:
The following options will be available from the STANCONFIGURATION screen:
DARD ATM
1.
Transaction Types. This function allows turning
ON or OFF the availability of two (2) transaction
types: Transfers and Balance Inquiries. It also
allows prompting the customer on balance inquiries.
2.
Account Types. Allows turning ON or OFF the
availability of two (2) account types: Savings and
Credit Card.
3.
Surcharge. This function allows operator to set
surcharging configurations.
*Note*
The Using Processor defaults to
processor number one (1) in the
Configure Processor setup. You can
not change the processor.
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CASSETTE SERVICE
ACCESS INSTRUCTIONS:
1.
From the MAIN MENU screen, select CASSETTE SERVICE.
DESCRIPTION:
The CASSETTE SERVICE function allows the operator to
put the selected cassette(s) “In Service” or “Out of
Service”. This function can also be used to clear Error
Code 156, Cassette Out of Service.
Note: For single cassette dispensers, cassette “A” is automatically “In Service”.
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D IAGNOSTICS
ACCESS INSTRUCTIONS:
1.
From the MAIN MENU screen, select DIAGNOSTICS.
DESCRIPTION:
The following options will be available from the DIAGNOSscreen:
TICS
1.
Status. This function presents the status checks on
the primary functional areas of the dispensing
mechanism.
2.
Purge. This function instructs the dispenser to remove all documents from the feed path. The return
code for a successful purge in a single cassette dispenser is ‘20 20 20’. The return code for a multi-cassette dispenser is ‘0’.
3.
Test Dispense. This function instructs the dispensing mechanism to dispense one (1) note from the
cassette into the reject cassette/compartment.
(TDM installed) A return code in a single cassette
dispenser of ‘20 1 0 0 0’ indicates a successful test
dispense (20) and (1) note picked from cassette A.
(SDD/Minimech) A return code in a single cassette
dispenser of ‘20 20 21’ indicates a successful test
dispense (20) and (1) note picked from the cassette.
4.
Format Graphic Memory. This function erases the memory used to store AD graphics. AD graphics can then be downloaded from a local terminal or through Triton Connect.
5.
Test Receipt Printer. This function tests the operation of the receipt printer and prints out configuration parameters, processor setup, etc, that may be used to verify terminal setup.
6.
Version #’s. This function displays the version numbers of the terminal operating software.
7.
More Diagnostics. Accesses additional diagnostic functions.
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MORE D IAGNOSTICS
ACCESS INSTRUCTIONS:
1.
From the MAIN MENU screen, select DIAGNOSTICS.
2.
From the DIAGNOSTICS screen, select MORE DIAGNOSTICS.
DESCRIPTION:
The MORE DIAGNOSTICS menu allows the terminal operator
to perform the following functions:
1.
Inject New Cassette ID. This function enables the
user to change the identification code of a cassette.
*Note: For NMD multi-cassette dispensers only.
2.
Communication. This function performs a function
test of the modem or TCP/IP hardware. This does
not test the ability of the modem or TCP/IP device to
communicate with the phone/data line.
3.
MODEM SPEAKER ON/OFF. Allows speaker sound on
or off.
4.
FORCE UNLOCK. This function provides a means of
overriding the unlocking mechanism associated with
a particular cassette. It is to be used immediately
after failure of a normal cassette unlock operation.
*Note: For NMD multi-cassette dispensers only.
5.
PRINT DISPENSER STATUS. This function prints the “TDM Status” report. This report provides
useful information that can assist a service technician. *Note: Available when a TDM dispensing
mechanism is installed.
6.
CLEAR DISPENSER STATUS. This function resets the count in the “Since Reset” column on the
dispenser data report.
*Note: Available when a TDM dispensing mechanism is installed.
7.
MORE DIAGNOSTICS. Accesses additional diagnostic functions.
8.
PREVIOUS. Returns user to main diagnostics screen.
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MORE (MORE) DIAGNOSTICS
ACCESS INSTRUCTIONS:
1.
From the MAIN MENU screen, select DIAGNOSTICS.
2.
From the DIAGNOSTICS screen, select MORE DIAGNOSTICS, then select MORE DIAGNOSTICS again.
DESCRIPTION:
The MORE (MORE) DIAGNOSTICS menu allows the terminal
operator to perform the following functions:
Note: VEPP errors MUST be cleared before attempting to
enter Master keys.
1.
Keypad. This function enables the user to reset VEPP
errors that appear on the terminal screen (Error Code
(EC) 205 and/or 239). It also provides a status of the
VEPP device which can be printed.
! Clear Tamper. Allows user to reset a tamper
condition if exists (EC-205).
! Clear Serial Tamper. Allows user to reset a serial
number tamper condition if exists (EC-239).
! Status. Allows user to view/print the VEPP device
status.
2.
Scan Card. Enables testing an ATM or credit card
for proper operation in the terminal card reader.
Key Status A-D refers to multi-host processors key
information.
KEY STATUS
00
No Keys Loaded
02
PIN Master Key Loaded
03
PIN Master/MAC Master Keys Loaded
14
PIN Master Key Loaded
PIN Working Key Downloaded
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PIN Master/MAC Master Keys Loaded
PIN Working/MAC Working Keys Downloaded
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CLOSE
ACCESS INSTRUCTIONS:
1.
From the MAIN MENU screen, select CLOSE.
DESCRIPTION:
The following options will be available from the CLOSE
screen:
1.
Schedule Close. This function allows you to turn
ON/OFF the schedule close feature. It also provides
access to specify the time of day when a DAY CLOSE
process is initiated.
2.
Trial Close. This function is used to get the totals
from the ATM. It prints information from the processor and the terminal itself. It functions like a Day
Close except the totals are not cleared.
3.
Day Close. This function is used to complete daily
balancing of the ATM with the processor. The printed
information includes a total of all transactions. The
totals are cleared and switched to the next business
day.
4.
Trial Cassette Close (All). This function prints a
receipt summarizing activity on all cassettes since
the last Cassette Close was performed. The totals
are not cleared or reported to the processor.
5.
Cassette Close. This function is used to access menu
options for cassette close and replenishment actions.
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CASSETTE CLOSE
ACCESS INSTRUCTIONS:
1.
From the MAIN MENU screen, select CLOSE.
2.
From the CLOSE screen, select CASSETTE CLOSE.
DESCRIPTION:
The following options will be available from the CASSETTE
CLOSE screen:
Select Cassette. This option allows the operator to select
cassette-specific close operations. Note: Single cassette
dispensers default to cassette “A”.
1.
Trial Cassette Close. Prints a receipt summarizing
activity on the selected cassette since the last Cassette Close was performed (Totals are not cleared or
reported to the host).
2.
Cassette Close. This function is used to complete
the balancing of the specified cassette. It prints a
report summarizing all activity on the selected cassette since the last Cassette Close and clears the
totals. It also resets the number of bills in the cassette to zero (0).
3.
Select Cassette. Allows operator to switch between
cassettes when performing cassette close operations.
Note: Cassette “D” will be grayed out.
4.
Enter Qty. in Cassette. This option allows entry of
the number of notes/documents in the cassette. This
number is used as the starting point for the cassette
close report.
*Note: Enter the total number of notes placed in
the cassette, NOT the value of the currency.
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JOURNAL
ACCESS INSTRUCTIONS:
1.
From the MAIN MENU screen, select JOURNAL.
DESCRIPTION:
The following options will be available from the JOURNAL
screen:
1.
Print Journal. This function is used to automatically print out any journal entries collected since the
last time the journal was printed. All unaudited
records are printed and marked as audited.
2.
Clear Journal. This function is used to mark all
unprinted records as audited. They will not be printed
out when a Print Journal command is performed.
3.
Print Last X Entries. This function is used to retrieve audited and unaudited records from the journal, either before or after they have been Printed or
Cleared.
*Note*
The Electronic Journals (EJ) buffer can store up to 2045 entries. If you have
an external EJ (units with an SDD or Minimech dispenser), you may retrieve
the last 2045 entries using the Print Last X command.
The TDM dispenser mechanisms installed have an imbedded memory chip
that holds the journal entries. You may retrieve the last 1024 entries using
the Print Last X command.
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MANAGEMENT FUNCTIONS
TCP/IP (ETHERNET)
CONFIGURATION
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INTRODUCTION
(TCP/IP ETHERNET)
This section will discuss the TCP/IP Ethernet-specific Management Functions. The Ethernet hardware
should be previously installed. In the 8100/9100 models, only one communication type is allowed for all
hosts.
TCP/IP ADDRESSES
The Ethernet-equipped ATM communicates using Transmission Control Protocol (TCP) and Internet
Protocol (IP), allowing it to send and receive information in the form of small packets of digital data. In
order to configure the ATM to correctly access the host network using this protocol, IP addresses must
be entered into the appropriate ATM setup functions. The Addresses are the HOST TCP/IP, TERMINAL IP,
SUBNET MASK, GATEWAY, and LISTENING PORT.
The addresses are attached to the data packet that is being sent; the HOST TCP/IP address allows the
data packet to be routed through the TCP/IP Ethernet network, ultimately to be received and processed
by the host server on the network. The TERMINAL IP address identifies the ATM as the source of the data
packet, and is used by the host server to return acknowledgements, transaction approvals, or other data
to the ATM. Alongside the addresses, each port requires a SUBNET MASK.
This part of the IP address distinguishes other machines on the same LAN from machines in other
departments or elsewhere in the world. For direct access to networks beyond the current one, each
machine must be told the IP addresses of the router (or GATEWAY) that connects the local network with the
wider world. The LISTENING PORT value identifies the data being sent to that specific machine. The MAC
ADDRESS is assigned from the iChip manufacturer. The CHIP VERSION indicates the chip family, software
version, and boot block revision in the Ethernet device only. TCP/IP TIMEOUT is the time that the terminal
will wait from the message to be sent to the host and the time it takes for the host to respond.
If Triton Connect ATM monitoring software is being used, the applicable IP addresses for the Triton
Connect host computer and Alarm Monitoring feature must also be entered.
The descriptions on the following pages will cover how to access the appropriate functions and initially
enter the IP addresses and any other TCP/IP Ethernet operating parameters or diagnostics.
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CONFIGURE PROCESSORS
COMMUNICATION TYPE
ACCESS INSTRUCTIONS:
1.
From the MAIN MENU screen, select CONFIGURE PROCESSORS.
2.
From the CONFIGURE PROCESSORS screen, select option (1).
3.
From the CONFIGURATION FOR: menu screen, select
option (3).
** Important**
Option (1) MUST be configured. It
is the default processor for standard
ATM transactions.
DESCRIPTION:
The COMMUNICATION Type function allows user to toggle
between the communication type the terminal is using. You
can select either Dialup, Wireless, or TCP/IP. The External
Ethernet option must be installed to select.
Note: (Model 8100/9100 ATMs)
This function detects the
communication type installed and
WILL NOT allow user to change
(toggle). It also sets the
communication type for Triton
Connect
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COMMUNICATION NUMBERS
ACCESS INSTRUCTIONS:
1.
From the MAIN MENU screen, select CONFIGURE
PROCESSORS.
2.
From the CONFIGURE PROCESSORS screen, select
option (1).
3.
From the CONFIGURATION FOR: menu screen, select
option (4).
DESCRIPTION:
The COMMUNICATION Numbers function allows entry of the host processors primary and backup (if
needed) phone numbers or the Host TCP/IP Addresses if running TCP/IP communications type.
The HOST TCP/IP ADDRESSES are provided by your host Network Administrator . The first part of the
address consists of a sequence of four groups of numbers. Each group can be up to three digits long, and
each group is separated by a period (dot character), as in this example: 123.3.01.99 The second part of
the address is a PORT NUMBER, consisting of five (5) digits or less, separated from the first part by a
comma (‘,’) character, as in this example: 123.3.01.99,23353.
Follow these steps to initially enter or change the PRIMARY HOST TCP/IP ADDRESS:
! Select which host address you want to enter/change (Primary/Backup).
! Enter the first group of numbers in the IP Address using the main keypad keys.
! Enter a ‘dot’ character by pressing the <Control> key, then the <0> key Twice to select the period’,
then the <Right Arrow> key to lock it in.
! Repeat Steps 2 and 3 for the second and third group of numbers in the IP Address.
! Enter the fourth group of numbers in the IP Address.
! Enter the comma (“,”) character by pressing the <Control> key, then the <0> key Once to select the
comma. Press the <Right Arrow> key to lock it in.
! Enter the PORT NUMBER. Select <Enter> to save the Host /IP Address entry, or <Cancel> to discard
the changes. Repeat steps for BACKUP HOST TCP/IP ADDRESS entry.
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CONFIGURE TERMINAL
TCP/IP CONFIGURATION
ACCESS INSTRUCTIONS:
1.
From the MAIN MENU screen, select CONFIGURE TERMINAL.
2.
From the CONFIGURE TERMINAL screen, select MORE.
3.
From the MORE screen, select COMMUNICATION.
4.
From the COMMUNICATION screen, select TCP/IP CONFIGURATION.
DESCRIPTION:
The TCP/IP CONFIGURATION option allows access to setup
parameters that control communication between the ATM
and the Host Network. It also allows testing of the External
Ethernet device.
The following parameters are accessed through this function
and described on the following pages:
!
!
NETWORK SETTINGS
TEST TCP/IP
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NETWORK SETTINGS
Description:
The NETWORK SETTINGS parameters are provided by your
host Network Administrator. The TERMINAL IP ADDRESS,
SUBNET MASK, and GATEWAY ADDRESS consist of a sequence
of four groups of numbers. Each group can be up to three
digits long and each group is separated by a period (dot
character), as in this example: 123.3.01.99
Follow these steps to initially enter or change the TERMINAL
IP ADDRESS, SUBNET MASK, and GATEWAY ADDRESS:
! Select <Change> to blank the current entry, if necessary.
! Enter the first group of numbers in the Address/Value
using the main keypad keys.
! Enter a ‘dot’ character by pressing the <Control> key,
then the <0> key Twice to select the period’, then the
<Right Arrow> key to lock it in.
! Repeat Steps 2 and 3 for the second and third group of
numbers for the Address/Value.
! Enter the fourth group of numbers for the Address/
Value.
! Select <Enter> to save the Address/Value entry or
<Cancel> to discard the changes.
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NETWORK SETTINGS
The C HIP V ERSION and MAC A DDRESS are reference
parameters ONLY - no configuring is done. The Chip Version
is the software version running on the ATM and the MAC
Address is hard-coded from the Ethernet device.
The TCP/IP TIMEOUT is defaulted to 120 seconds, but may
be increased or decreased depending on response time.
Maximum timeout value is 999 seconds.
The LISTENING PORT value consists of five (5) digits or
less.
Follow the steps below to initially enter or change the
LISTENING PORT:
! Select <Change> to blank the current entry, if
necessary.
! Enter the LISTENING PORT number. Select <Enter> to
save the Port Entry or <Cancel> to discard the
changes.
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TEST TCP/IP
DESCRIPTION:
This option allows testing of the TCP/IP device. When
selected, the Ethernet PCB assembly initializes and resets
the configuration hardware imbedded in the device. If test
is successful, a “Tested OK” will be displayed.
ERROR CONDITION:
If the test fails, an error message will be displayed. Check
the cable connections from the External Ethernet device to
the Main board. Possible problems could be no or incorrect
voltage to unit, IF/Host cable, Main board, or Ethernet PCB
assembly.
Error Code 237 may appear during
operation. This code means there is
a TCP/IP failure.
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TRITON CONNECT
TCP/IP CONFIGURATION
ACCESS INSTRUCTIONS:
1.
From the MAIN MENU screen, select CONFIGURE TERMINAL.
2.
From the CONFIGURE TERMINAL screen, select ATM
MONITORING.
3.
From the ATM MONITORING screen, select TRITON
CONNECT.
4.
From the TRITON CONNECT screen, select TCP/IP
CONFIGURATION.
** Important **
If using, turn Triton Connect <ON>
after entering the Configuration
parameters.
DESCRIPTION:
The TRITON CONNECT function allows
the terminal operator to set up parameters that control DIALUP and TCP/IP communications between the ATM and
Triton Connect PC-based software to remotely manage your
Triton Systems ATMs. The following TCP/IP parameters
are accessed through this function and described on the
following pages:
!
!
!
Host Numbers
Alarm Numbers
TCP/IP Configuration
Note: Comms Type Option
You must have the External Ethernet device
installed. For Model 8100/9100 ATMs, this function
detects the communication type installed (Dialup
or TCP/IP) and will not allow user to change
(toggle).
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TRITON CONNECT
HOST NUMBERS
DESCRIPTION:
The HOST NUMBERS are provided by your Processor/Host
Network administrator. If you are using TCP/IP as your
communication type, you will need to enter HOST TCP/IP
ADDRESSES. The first part of the address consists of a
sequence of four groups of numbers. Each group can be
up to three digits long, and each group is separated by a
period (dot character), as in this example: 123.3.01.99 The
second part of the address is a PORT NUMBER, consisting
of four (4) digits or less, separated from the first part by a
comma (“,”) character, as in this example:
123.3.01.99,9043.
Follow these steps to initially enter or change the PRIMARY
HOST NUMBER (ADDRESS):
! Select <Change> to blank the current entry, if necessary.
! Enter the first group of numbers in the TCP/IP Address
using the main keypad keys.
! Enter a ‘dot’ character by pressing the <Control> key,
then the <0> key Twice to select the period’, then the
<Right Arrow>key to lock it in.
! Repeat Steps 2 and 3 for the second and third group of
numbers in the TCP/IP Address.
! Enter the fourth group of numbers in the TCP/IP
Address.
! Enter the comma (“,”) character by pressing the
<Control> key, then the <0> key Once to select the
comma. Press the <Right Arrow> key to lock it in.
! Enter the PORT NUMBER. Select <Enter> to save the
Primary TCP/IP Address entry or <Cancel> to discard
the changes. Repeat steps for BACKUP HOST NUMBER
(ADDRESS) entry.
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TRITON CONNECT
ALARM NUMBERS
DESCRIPTION:
The ALARM NUMBERS are provided by your Processor/
Host Network Administrator. If you are using TCP/IP as
your communication type, you will need to enter ALARM
TCP/IP ADDRESSES. The first part of the address consists
of a sequence of four groups of numbers. Each group can
be up to three digits long, and each group is separated by
a period (dot character), as in this example: 123.3.01.99
The second part of the address is a Port Number, consisting
of four (4) digits or less, separated from the first part by a
comma (“,”) character, as in this example:
123.3.01.99,9043.
Follow these steps to initially enter or change the PRIMARY
ALARM NUMBER (ADDRESS):
! Select <Change> to blank the current entry, if necessary.
! Enter the first group of numbers in the TCP/IP Address
using the main keypad keys.
! Enter a ‘dot’ character by pressing the <Control> key,
then the <0> key Twice to select the period’, then the
<Right Arrow> key to lock it in.
! Repeat Steps 2 and 3 for the second and third group of
numbers in the TCP/IP Address.
! Enter the fourth group of numbers in the TCP/IP
Address.
! Enter the comma (“,”) character by pressing the
<Control> key, then the <0> key Once to select the
comma. Press the <Right Arrow> key to lock it in.
! Enter the PORT NUMBER. Select <Enter> to save the
Primary Alarm TCP/IP Address entry or <Cancel> to
discard the changes. Repeat steps for BACKUP ALARM
NUMBER (ADDRESS) entry.
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TRITON CONNECT
TCP/IP CONFIGURATION
DESCRIPTION:
The TERMINAL IP and LISTENING PORT
A DDRESSES are provided by your Host Network
Administrator. The Terminal Address consists of a sequence
of four groups of numbers. Each group can be up to three
digits long, and each group is separated by a period (dot
character), as in this example: 123.3.01.99
The Listening Port value consists of five (5) digits or less.
Follow these steps to initially enter or change the TERMINAL
IP ADDRESS and LISTENING PORT values:
! (TERMINAL IP ADDRESS) Select <Change> to blank the
current entry, if necessary.
! Enter the first group of numbers in the IP Address using
the main keypad keys.
! Enter a ‘dot’ character by pressing the <Control> key,
then the <0> key Twice to select the period’, then the
<Right Arrow> key to lock it in.
! Repeat Steps 2 and 3 for the second and third group of
numbers in the IP Address.
! Enter the fourth group of numbers in the IP Address.
Select <Enter>.
to save the Terminal IP Address entry or <Cancel> to
discard the changes.
! (LISTENING PORT) Select <Change> to blank the current
entry, if necessary.
! Enter the Listening Port number. Select <Enter> to
save the Port Address entry or <Cancel> to discard the
changes.
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CASSETTE CLOSE
CASH REPLENISHMENT
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INTRODUCTION
The purpose of this section of the manual is to describe the procedures for cassette closing and replenishment. Information concerning note handling and quality issues are explained initially.
DISPENSING MECHANISMS
The Model 9100 ATM can accomodate most dispensing mechanisms in the TDM family (100/150/200/
250). In addition, an SDD and MiniMech (Mech-10) dispenser are also available.
Currency capacity depends upon the dispenser mechanism installed in the ATM, but is also affected by
note quality and thickness. Typical capacities are provided in the following table:
9100 DISPENSING MECHANISMS
DISPENSER
CASSETTE
RECOMMENDED
MAXIMUM CAPACITY
TDM-100
Single
650 Notes
TDM-150
Single
1300 Notes
TDM-200
Multiple
650 Notes (per cassette)
TDM-250
Multiple
1300 Notes (per cassette)
MiniMech
Single
750 Notes
SD D
Single
1800 Notes
The dispensing mechanism delivers the appropriate number of notes from the note cassette to fulfill the
customer’s withdrawal request. The purpose of the reject area or cassette is to accept and hold notes that
have been transferred from the note cassette but not dispensed. Some situations that could cause the
mechanism to reject notes are: (1) multiple notes stuck together and (2) note width too short or long.
Other conditions that could cause a reject are described in the next section, Note Condition.
NOTE CONDITION
If possible, store currency at room temperature for at least eight hours before dispensing from the
cassettes.
The number of rejects can be directly influenced by the technique used to load the cassettes and the
quality of the currency. Notes loaded into the cassettes must be in “fit” condition if a high level of
performance (low reject and failure rate) is expected from the unit. “Fit” notes do not possess any of the
defects listed:
**WARNING**
DO NOT RECYCLE REJECTED NOTES INTO A CASSETTE!
Doing so could cause more rejects and/or currency jams.
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USED NOTE DEFECTS
•
Adhesive or “sticky” substances on the surface of the paper.
•
Tears extending more than 1/2” from the edge of the currency.
•
Tears, holes, or missing sections in the body of the currency.
•
Tape on the surface of the currency used for repairing, patching or any other purpose.
•
Staples, pins, or any other foreign body attached to the notes.
•
Corner folds of a size greater than 1/2” on either axis.
•
Two or more notes joined by any means.
•
Excessively crumpled or crinkled.
NEW OR UNCIRCULATED NOTE DEFECTS
•
All the conditions listed for used notes.
•
Excessive bowing due to conditions of packing and storing.
•
New or uncirculated currency must be “burst” and fully separated prior to loading into cassettes.
PREPARING NOTES
Use the following procedures to prepare notes before inserting them into a note cassette.
PREPARING USED NOTES
•
Remove the band around each bundle of notes.
•
Remove foreign objects (e.g. pins, paper clips, crumbs, etc.).
•
Remove torn or very worn notes.
•
Straighten any folded notes.
PREPARING NEW OR UNCIRCULATED NOTES
•
Remove the band around each bundle of notes. Separate the notes from each other by:
•
Striking the bundle hard against the edge of a table or similar object.
•
Flipping through each bundle of notes in both directions at each end.
•
Using a Note Counter.
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CASSETTE CLOSE
This function is used to complete the balancing of the specified cassette(s). It prints a report summarizing
all activity on the selected cassette(s) since the last CASSETTE CLOSE and clears the totals. It also resets
the number of bills in the cassette to zero (0).
*Note*
Single feed channel dispensers such as the TDM-1XX only display cassette A, all other cassettes will appear
grayed out. The cassette type has a default setting of cash. They are automatically placed in service after boot.
The "In-Service" configuration and status items do not apply to single feed channel dispensers.
For the dual feed channel TDM-2XX dispensers, cassettes A through C are available for configuration. Cassette
D is not supported for any of the TDM dispensers and should appear grayed out on all management functions
screens. The terminal immediately flags non-resident cassettes as out of service once the SW returns from
management functions to customer transactions for multi-feed channel mechanisms.
1.
Enter MANAGEMENT FUNCTIONS MAIN MENU screen.
2.
(The screens below represent a single note cassette) Select CLOSE > CASSETTE CLOSE > SELECT
CASSETTE > CASSETTE A: CASSETTE CLOSE.
3.
After selecting Cassette A: Cassette Close, a report will be printed summarizing all activity since the
last Cassette Close. The number of bills in the cassette will be reset to zero (0).
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REPLENISH CASSETTE
(TDM-100/150/200/250)
1.
Unlock and open the security cabinet door.
2.
(TDM-150/200/250) Extend the dispenser mounting tray fully as shown below. Note: The TDM100 uses a fixed-tray mounting system.
3.
To gain access to the cassette(s), rotate the mechanism mounting platform to the “Service” position:
! Locate the spring-loaded locking pin on the underside of the tray.
! Pull the pin down to release the swivel mounting platform.
! Slowly turn the tray clockwise 180° so that the note and reject cassette(s) can be accessed from the
front of the unit.
! Release the locking pin and move the mounting platform back and forth slightly to ensure the pin
snaps back into place, locking the mounting platform into the service position.
Lift up on slide tray locking levers.
4.
Rotate mechanism to “Service” position
(clockwise).
To remove the note cassette(s), grasp the cassette
handle and pull in a firm but controlled manner to
release the cassette from the snap catches. Try to
use only the minimum amount of force to release
the cassette! The cassette will only move a few
inches! Once released from the snaps, you can
slide the cassette out of the mechanism. Place the
cassette on a level, flat surface for replenishment.
Removing note cassette (TDM-100).
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LOADING THE CURRENCY CASSETTE
1.
Unlock and open the cassette lid using the supplied key. Move the pusher plate to the rear of the
cassette (toward the handle).
Note: The cassette(s) use a locking mechanism to hold the packer plate in the loading position. Pull the
pusher-plate all the way back to the handle end of the cassette and turn the key to latch the pusher plate
into the loading position.
Unlock and open note cassette.
Pull the packer plate back. Allow the pusherplate to be latched in position using the key-lock.
2.
Count the number of bills that remain in the cassette, if any. Next, count the number of bills that are
being added into the cassette.
3.
Add the number of bills being placed into the cassette to the number that remained. The “Total”
number of these bills will be entered in the “ENTER QTY. IN CASSETTE” option. Place the currency into
the cassette between the pusher plate and front of cassette.
4.
Turn the key to release the catch, allowing the
pusher plate to compress the notes. Hold notes
while allowing plate to move.
5.
Close and lock the cassette. Remove the key. Slide
the cassette back into its compartment in the
dispensing mechanism. Make sure the cassette is
fully inserted! You will feel the cassette latch
securely into the snap catches.
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REMOVING THE REJECT CASSETTE
The reject tray is located just above the currency cassette(s) in the dispensing mechanism. Follow these
steps to remove the reject tray:
1.
Slide the reject tray out of its compartment in the dispensing mechanism. Place the tray on a flat
surface.
2.
Unlock the tray using the supplied key. Flip the top back to gain access to the reject compartment.
Remove reject cassette.
3.
Unlock and open reject cassette.
Remove any notes in the reject compartment. Close and lock the reject tray. Remove the key. Slide the
cassette back into its compartment in the dispensing mechanism. Make sure the reject cassette is
fully inserted! You will feel the cassette snap securely into the catches.
Note: You may wish to record the denomination and number of notes removed from the reject tray for
use when balancing the note tray against the cassette/day close records.
**WARNING**
DO NOT RECYCLE REJECTED NOTES INTO A CASSETTE!
Doing so could cause more rejects and/or currency jams.
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ROTATE DISPENSER MECHANISM
1.
After reinstalling the currency and reject cassettes, pull down on the swivel platform locking pin to
allow the swivel platform to turn.
2.
Rotate the mechanism counterclockwise 180° back to the “Operate” position. (TDM-150/200/250)
- Push the mounting tray back into the security cabinet
Rotate mechanism to operate position
(counterclockwise).
Mechanism in “Operate” position.
3.
Select ENTER QTY. IN CASSETTE option. This option allows entry of the number of notes in the
cassette. This number is used as the starting point for the cassette close report. *Note: Enter the
total number of notes in the cassette, NOT the value of the documents.
4.
Select TRIAL CASSETTE CLOSE option. A report will be printed verifying the amount of bills you
entered in the previous step. Totals are not cleared or reported to the host.
5.
Close/lock the security door.
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REPLENISH CASSETTE
(SDD)
1.
Unlock and open the security cabinet door.
2.
To remove the cassette, grasp the handle on the front of the dispensing mechanism with one hand
while holding the mechanism in place with the other hand and pull sharply. Do not allow the cassette
to swing freely when it is pulled out. It may strike a near by object or person causing damage to
or injury to what it strikes!
3.
The cassette must be primed with the cassette key before it can be inserted onto the loading tray.
Insert the cassette key (barrel-shaped) and turn clockwise to show the “Green” indicator in the
window on the side of the cassette.
Insert key.
Remove cassette.
Red window
Green window
Cassette
“unprimed”
Cassette
“primed”
***WARNING***
If RED is indicated in the window on the
side of the currency cassette, NEVER attempt to insert the cassette into the dispenser or the loading tray!
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4.
Place the cassette onto the loading tray provided with the back of the cassette facing the probes on
the tray. The shutter is unlocked as the cassette is pushed into the probes.
Loading Tray.
5.
Cassette on Loading Tray.
Lift the cassette lid to expose the reject tray. Remove any rejected notes. Lift the reject tray to gain
access to the currency compartment.
Note: You may wish to record the number of notes removed from the reject tray for use when balancing
the note tray against the cassette/day close records.
**WARNING**
DO NOT RECYCLE REJECTED NOTES
INTO A CASSETTE! Doing so could cause
more rejects and/or currency jams.
Cassette opened.
6.
Pull the packer plate to the rear of the cassette (away from the shutter) until it locks to the white
packer plate latch. It will be necessary to push down on the packer plate latch to lock the packer plate
in place. The packer plate will be held in this position until the lid is closed or the latch is released by
pushing it down. Be careful not to release the packer plate onto your fingers.
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7.
Count the number of bills that remain in the cassette, if any. Next, count the number of bills that are
being added into the cassette.
8.
Add the number of bills being placed into the cassette to the number that remained. The “Total”
number of these bills will be entered in the “ENTER QTY. IN CASSETTE” option.
9.
Place the currency into the cassette. Allow at least one inch of clearance between the packer plate
when it is fully retracted and the currency. This will allow the packer plate to compress the currency.
10. Release the packer plate and lower the reject tray and the lid. The cassette can now be removed from
the loading tray by sliding it away from the probes.
11. VERIFY THAT THE CASSETTE IS PRIMED! Be certain the “Green” indicator is showing in the
window below the key! Install the cassette into the dispenser by placing the cassette guides on the
dispensers’ rails and firmly pushing the cassette in until it locks in place.
12. Close and lock the security container.
13. Select ENTER QTY. IN CASSETTE option. This option allows entry of the number of notes in the
cassette. This number is used as the starting point for the cassette close report. *Note: Enter the
total number of notes in the cassette, NOT the value of the documents.
14. Select TRIAL CASSETTE CLOSE option. A report will be printed verifying the amount of bills you
entered in the previous step. Totals are not cleared or reported to the host.
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REPLENISH CASSETTE
MECH 10 (MINIMECH)
1.
Unlock and open the security cabinet door.
2.
To remove the note tray, grasp the tray handle and slide the tray out of the mechanism. Place note
tray on a flat level surface.
3.
Remove any rejected notes. The reject compartment is located nearest the handle side of the tray.
Removing note tray from the
dispensing mechanism.
Removing rejected notes.
Note: You may wish to record the number of notes removed from the reject compartment for use when
balancing the note tray against the cassette/day close records.
**WARNING**
DO NOT RECYCLE REJECTED NOTES INTO A CASSETTE!
Doing so could cause more rejects and/or currency jams.
LOADING THE NOTE TRAY
1.
Move the pusher plate to the rear of the tray (toward the handle). Ensure the pusher plate is fully
back. Maintain pressure on the pusher plate as needed while loading notes.
2.
Count the number of bills that remain in the cassette, if any. Next, count the number of bills that are
being added into the cassette.
3.
Add the number of bills being placed into the cassette to the number that remained. The “Total”
number of these bills will be entered in the “ENTER QTY. IN CASSETTE” option.
4.
Place the currency into the cassette. Allow at least one inch of clearance between the packer plate
when it is fully retracted and the currency. This will allow the packer plate to compress the currency.
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5.
Make sure the note pile is as even as possible. If necessary, use your hands to smooth and level the
pile.
Load note tray with currency.
Level the note pile.
6.
Release the pusher plate against the notes.
7.
Using the handle, slide the note tray into the dispensing mechanism. Make sure the note tray is fully
inserted!
Release packer plate.
Slide note tray into dispenser mechanism.
8.
Close and lock the security container.
9.
Select ENTER QTY. IN CASSETTE option. This option allows entry of the number of notes in the
cassette. This number is used as the starting point for the cassette close report. *Note: Enter the
total number of notes in the cassette, NOT the value of the documents.
10. Select TRIAL CASSETTE CLOSE option. A report will
be printed verifying the amount of bills you entered
in the previous step. Totals are not cleared or
reported to the host.
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SECTION 5
GENERAL MAINTENANCE
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INTRODUCTION
This section of the manual covers preventive and corrective maintenance procedures appropriate for
user personnel. The following areas are covered:
1.
REPLENISHING RECEIPT PAPER. Describes how to replace a spent receipt paper roll.
2.
CLEANING THE ENCLOSURE. The proper way to clean the ATM housing.
3.
CARD READER CLEANING. The recommended card reader cleaning technique.
*Important*
Should a malfunction occur, DO NOT attempt to service the
unit yourself! Only qualified service personnel are authorized to repair or service the terminal. Contact your Triton
certified service provider!
REPLENISHING THE RECEIPT PAPER
NOTE: This operation must be completed with the AC power applied to the ATM.
1.
Open the top of the ATM by unlocking the top enclosure and pulling the hinged door forward.
2.
If paper remains on the roll, cut or tear the paper between the roll and the printer (Figure 5-1).
** Caution **
DO NOT pull receipt paper backwards through the printer! This may
leave paper fragments that can cause
paper jams.
Figure 5-1. Cut paper between the roll and the
printer feed path.
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3.
Use the receipt printer feed button (as shown in Figure 5-2) to feed the paper through the paper path
until all paper comes out the front of the printer.
4.
Remove the paper and spool from the paper bracket (Figure 5-3) .
Figure 5-2. Paper feed button location.
5.
Figure 5-3. Remove paper roll from bracket.
Remove the tab securing the end of the new paper roll to itself. Use scissors to cut off all of the paper
up to and including the glue tab.
Remove the plastic spindle from the old paper roll and insert the spindle into the new roll of paper.
Use a 4-inch roll of 60 mm wide thermal paper.
Be sure the spindle is inserted so that the paper will feed from the top of the roll when it is installed
on the paper bracket.
6.
Place the new roll back on the paper bracket by sliding the small, slotted end of the spindle onto the
slot in the bracket as shown in Figure 5-4. Note that the paper feeds from the TOP of the roll!
Figure 5-4. Place paper roll on bracket.
Paper feeds from top of roll!
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7.
Feed the end of the paper into the printer take-up slot (Figure 5-5). The printer will activate and
automatically feed the paper through the printer and slightly out the front of the control panel.
8.
If the printer does not feed automatically, open the printer assembly by loosening the thumbscrew on
the side as shown in Figure 5-6.
Figure 5-5. Feed paper into the printer take-up slot.
9.
Figure 5-6. Thumbscrew location.
Rotate the printer towards the front of the unit (Figure 5-7).
10. Check the blue lever to ensure it’s in the correct position as shown in Figure 5-8. If it is not in the
position shown, move the lever (moves in 3 positions) to the correct position. Close the printer
assembly and perform step 7 again.
Figure 5-7. Rotate printer open.
Figure 5-8. Blue tension lever (correct
position).
11. Close and lock the control panel. Go to MANAGEMENT FUNCTIONS > DIAGNOSTICS and perform a TEST
RECEIPT PRINTER. If the test receipt is printed successfully, place the ATM back in service.
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CLEANING THE ENCLOSURE
The ATM front panel is highly durable, resisting scratches and finger smudges. However, occasional
cleaning of the front panel and the plastic enclosure may be desirable. A soft dry or slightly damp cloth
may be used for cleaning. For best results, use a weak solution of a mild detergent and water.
** Caution **
Avoid using abrasive cleaners on any surface of the terminal.
Do not spray liquid cleaner directly on the unit.
CLEANING THE DISPLAY
The Liquid Crystal Display (LCD) on the front of the ATM has a plastic protective window that should be
cleaned only with a soft cloth, dampened with a weak solution of a mild detergent and water.
** Caution **
Do not use any abrasive cleaners on the window as it will scratch.
Do not spray liquids onto the screen as they may run down inside
the unit and cause damage.
CARD READER CLEANING
Special cleaning cards (P/N 06200-00055) are available for proper maintenance of the card reader. The
reader should be cleaned at least once a month by inserting and removing a cleaning card, as shown
below. It may be necessary to clean the card reader more often in locations that see heavy usage.
1.
Remove the cleaning card from the sealed
pouch.
2.
Insert the cleaning card into the card reader
and move in and out several times.
3.
Remove the cleaning card and turn over to
use other side.
4.
Insert again several times.
5.
Remove cleaning card and discard.
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SECTION 6
ERROR CODES
TDM CLICK COUNTS
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ER R OR C OD ES
Error
C ode
Meaning
32
Good operation
33
Feed failure (Mech-10, SD D )
34
Mis-tracked note at feed (Mech-10, SD D )
35
Mis-tracked note at double detect (Mech-10, SD D )
36
Mis-tracked note at exit (Mech-10, SD D )
37
Too long at exit (Mech-10, SD D )
38
B locked exit (Mech-10, SD D )
39
Too many notes (Mech-10, SD D )
42
Transport error (Mech-10, SD D )
44
B ad roller profile (Mech-10, SD D )
45
D iverter error (Mech-10, SD D )
46
Exit quantified (Mech-10, SD D )
47
N ote missing at double detect (Mech-10, SD D )
48
R eject rate exceeded
49
Jam at exit (Mech-10, SD D )
50
Interference recovery (Mech-10, SD D )
51
Suspect exit accountancy
52
R am error (Mech-10, SD D )
53
EPR OM error (Mech-10, SD D )
54
Operation timeout (Mech-10, SD D )
55
R AM corruption (Mech-10, SD D )
56
Link error (Mech-10, SD D )
76
C ommunications error w ith Electronic Journal (EJ)
89
U nexpected note in extension (TD M-B illfish)
96
B illfish cable error (TD M)
72
ERROR CODES / TDM CLICK COUNTS
ER R OR C OD ES
Error
C ode
Meaning
97
Trailing edge timeout at B illfish exit (TD M)
98
B illfish exit timeout (TD M)
99
Excessive skew detected (B illfish-TD M)
100
Trailing edge timeout at skew 5(B illfish-TD M)
101
Error (2 sec. timeout w aiting for pick) - feed failure (TD M)
102
D ispenser - timeout at exit sensor
103
Thickness sensor unstable
104
U nable to clear w idth sensors during reject
105
Insufficient notes to learn
106
FIFO (First In First Out) error
107
Suspect reject accountancy
108
U nexpected note at thickness sensor
109
Timeout at exit sensor
110
Trailing edge timeout at exit
111
D iverter timeout
112
Timeout w aiting for leading edge at reject
113
Timeout w aiting for trailing edge at reject
114
Exit blocked during purge
115
D iverter timeout on purge
116
Motor fault
117
Timeout w aiting for notes to divert
118
Exit sensor blocked on start of dispense or learn
119
D iverter in dispense position on start of dispense or learn
120
R eject cassette not present
121
N ote cassette not present
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Error
C ode
Meaning
122
U nexpected note at exit
123
H ardw are error (see H ardw are Status C odes table)
124
D iverter moved to exit position during reject/purge
125
Initial status check failed
126
D iverter moved to reject position during dispense
127
Jam in B illfish
128
Error in reply from dispenser
129
D ispenser not responding
130
N o acknow ledge from dispenser
131
N o C TS (R eady) from dispenser
132
Status reported bad double detect in previous dispense
133
5 volts not present from dispenser
134
Status reported exit blocked
135
Status reported feed sensor blocked
136
Modem initializ ation failed
138
Print failure to receipt
139
Printer controller not responding
140
Timeout w aiting for printer to be ready
141
Status reported paper jam
142
D ispenser returns bad command error
144
N o reply from the EJ
145
Error in reply from the EJ
146
N o reply from command to EJ
147
Error in reply from EJ
148
Write to EJ failed
74
ERROR CODES / TDM CLICK COUNTS
ER R OR C OD ES
Error
C ode
Meaning
149
R ead from EJ failed
150
Status command to EJ failed
151
EJ full
152
EJ corrupt
153
EJ dow nload failed
154
U nknow n EJ status
155
EJ modify record failed
156
C assette(s) not in service
157
Erase command to EJ failed
158
Format command to EJ failed
159
EJ test feature failed (Feature 00)
160
EJ set feature failed
161
EJ clear feature failed
162
EJ get serial number failed
163
Terminal did not answ er Triton C onnect (TC ). TC error
164
Terminal did not return call to Triton C onnect. TC error
165
EJ not present
166
B ad dispense
167
R eported low cash to Triton C onnect
168
Softw are dow nload to terminal failed. TC error
182
C urrency cassette low (SD D )
183
R eceipt printer paper low
185
Telephone number not configured
186
B ill siz e not configured
187
Maximum w ithdraw al not configured
188
PIN w orking key not configured
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Error
C ode
Meaning
189
Terminal ID not configured
190
PIN Master key not configured
192
Communication error
195
Receipt printer out of paper
196
Card reader error
203
SPED/VEPP keypad not responding to main board
205
SPED/VEPP keypad reported a tamper condition
206
SPED/VEPP could not perform a successful command
207
SPED/VEPP not detected
210
Dispenser type unknow n
236
Failed to make connection to TCP/IP host
237
TCP/IP device failed or no TCP/IP device
238
Dispenser compromise - dispenser turned off in the middle of a
dispense command to try and get a note ejected on next
dispenser reset
239
SPED/VEPP serial number changed
240
SPED/VEPP self test error
241
SPED/VEPP w arning - self test error, low battery
246
Change default passw ord(s)
343
Sensor error or sensor uncovered
382
Dispenser cassettes disabled (All)
76
ERROR CODES / TDM CLICK COUNTS
COMMUNICATION ERROR CODES
Error
C ode
Meaning
1
Timeout
3
Back Ground Dial (BGD) - no answ er
4
Error in modem data
5
Connect 1200 baud, lost carrier/connection
6
BGD - no dial tone
7
BGD - busy
10
BGD - logon
11
N o co n n ect
13
BGD - done good
14
BGD - done bad
15
Timeout w aiting for End of Transmission (EOT)
16
Communications problem
17
No EOT
18
Overflow
48
N o an sw er
65
Processor not communicating w ith modem correctly
108
No response - request w as sent but no response received
after a specified time (60 sec)
109
No ENQ - negotiation to the host w as complete, but no ENQ
w as received (dial-up protocol only)
110
Invalid response - request w as sent but invalid data w as
received w hile w aiting for the beginning of a response
112
Invalid LRC (Logitudinal Redundancy Check) - the LRC
received in the response w as not valid
113
Response format error - a response w as received, the LRC
w as validated, but an error in the response format w as found
Note: The status codes listed above do not normally cause the terminal
to enter an "Out of Service" condition or to display an On-screen status
co d e.
Refer to the terminals "Electronic Journal" data for indications of these
conditions.
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CLICK COUNTER HARDWARE STATUS CODES
The TDM-series click counter has new hardware status codes. The terminal will display and log Errror
Code 123. It will then log the actual error in the click count. If there is a ‘116’ in the click count, there will
be a number immediately following that describes the error cause.
Ex: In the click history, you see ‘116’, followed by ‘18’. This indicates a hardware error caused by the
Extension Door Open.
Status
Code
Description
Double detect (0) not connected
1
Width sensor (0) not connected (Tx)
2
Width sensor (0) not connected (Rx)
3
Double detect (1) not connected
4
Width sensor (1) not connected (Tx)
5
Width sensor (1) not connected (Rx)
6
Double detect (2) not connected
7
Width sensor (2) not connected (Tx)
8
Width sensor (2) not connected (Rx)
9
Double detect (3) not connected
0
Width sensor (3) not connected (Tx)
11
Width sensor (3) not connected (Rx)
12
Diverter sensor not connected
13
Timing wheel sensor not connected
14
Exit sensor not connected
15
Reject sensor not connected
16
Extension sensor not connected
17
Extension door open
18
Extension main cable disconnected
19
12-volt supply low
20
12-volt supply high
21
24-volt supply low
22
24-volt supply high
23
Missing pick motor feedback
24
Missing solenoid feedback
25
Pick motor fuse blown
26
Transport motor fuse blown
27
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TDM CLICK COUNTERS
Click
Count
Description
1
Non maskable interrupt - Terminal power shutdowns
2
Stack overflow
3
Stack underflow
4
Trap illbus
5
Trap illina
6
Trap illopa
7
Class B trap
8
Trap prtflt
9
Trap undopc
10
Trap unknown trap
11
CTS timeout
12
Tx Ack error
13
Tx Nak error
14
Tx EOT error
15
Tx response error - Main board
16
LRC error
17
Framing error
18
Overrun error
19
Parity error
20
Verify error - Main board
21
Process error
22
NVRAM read error
23
NVRAM write error
24
Reject rate exceeded - More than 9 notes rejected during a dispense
25
Unexpected note at thickness 0
26
Buffer overflow error
27
Host reset - Mechanism resets
28
Unexpected note at exit during a dispense
29
Width sensors detected note thinner than double-detect
30
Width sensors detected note thicker than double-detect
31
Width sensors disapproved note double-detect
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Click
Count
Description
32
Width sensors thickness reading
33
Undefined
34
Pick motor timeout - Cassette “A”
35
Pick motor overcurrent - Cassette “A”
36
Thickness sensor unstable - Cassette “A”
37
Skew timeout - Cassette “A”
38
Thickness sensor timeout - Cassette “A”
39
Number of resets - Terminal power-up
40
Exit sensor timeout
41
Exit sensor trailing edge timeout
42
Diverter timeout
43
Reject sensor leading edge timeout
44
Reject sensor trailing edge timeout
45
Exit blocked during purge
46
Diverter timeout on purge
47
Width sensor blocked on start of dispense or learn
48
Exit sensor blocked on start of dispense or learn
49
Diverter in dispense position on start of dispense or learn
50
Reject cassette not present
51
Note cassette not present
52
Unexpected note at exit sensor
53
Unexpected note at width sensor
54
Diverter moved to exit position during reject or purge - Dispenser fault
55
Initial status check failed
56
Diverter moved to reject position during dispense - Dispenser fault
57
Unexpected note at reject sensor
58
Excessive skew on leading edge - Cassette “A”
59
Excessive skew on trailing edge - Cassette “A”
60
Note too wide - Cassette “A”
61
Note too narrow - Cassette “A”
62
Note too thick - Cassette “A”
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TDM CLICK COUNTERS
Click
Count
Description
63
Note too thin
64
Solenoid overcurrent
65
Timeout waiting for diverter - Diverter fault
66
Trailing edge timeout at width sensor - Cassette “A”
67
Watch dog reset
68
UART loop back failed
69
CRC flash check failed
70
CRC NVRAM check failed
71
Note not linear at trailing edge
72
Trailing edge timeout at thickness sensor
73
Oscillator WD
74
Forced reject - Will reject 2 notes (1 bad,1 good)
75
Timeout waiting for unexpected note to clear
76
Error in exit accountancy
77
Error in reject accountancy
78
A2D alignment error
79
Unable to clear width sensor during reject - After 9 attempts
80
Retried dispense operation
81
Retry event count
82
A2D Ch15A comparator reference (2.5V)
83
A2D Ch.14A 24VDC (reading x 6)
84
A2D Ch.13 12VDC (reading x 3)
85
A2D Ch.12 Not used
86
A2D Ch.11 Low currency A (not connected)
87
A2D Ch.10 Exit sensor voltage
88
A2D Ch.9 Reject sensor voltage
89
A2D Ch.8 Width sensor 2 voltage A
90
A2D Ch.7 Width sensor 1 voltage A
91
A2D Ch.6 Width sensor 0 voltage A
92
A2D Ch.5
93
A2D Ch.4
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Click
Count
Description
94
A2D Ch.3
95
A2D Ch.2 Double detect voltage A
96
A2D Ch.1 Not used
97
A2D Ch.0 Billfish feedback
98
Logic sensors diverter/dispenser position
99
A2D Ch.11 B Low currency B
100
A2D Ch.8 B Width sensor 2 voltage B
101
A2D Ch.7 B Width sensor 1 voltage B
102
A2D Ch.6 B Width sensor 0 voltage B
103
A2D Ch.2 B Double detect B
104
A2D Ch.11 C Low currency C
105
A2D Ch.8 C Width sensor 2 voltage C
106
A2D Ch.7 C Width sensor 1 voltage C
107
A2D Ch.6 C Width sensor 0 voltage C
108
A2D Ch.2 C Double detect C
109
A2D Ch.11 D Low currency D
110
A2D Ch.8 D Width sensor 2 voltage D
111
A2D Ch.7 D Width sensor 1 voltage D
112
A2D Ch.6 D Width sensor 0 voltage D
113
A2D Ch.2 D Double detect D
114
Jam in Billfish
115
Motor fault - Main transport
116
Bad connection - Billfish door open, connectors, voltage
117
Cassettes shuffled - Cassette(s) not “In Service”
118
Trailing edge timeout at Billfish entrance
119
Billfish exit timeout
120
Billfish excessive skew
121
Trailing edge timeout at Billfish exit - Idler rollers “popped” out
122
Excessive skew on leading edge 1 - Note loading issue
123
Excessive skew on leading edge 2
124
Excessive skew on leading edge 3
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TDM CLICK COUNTERS
Click
Count
Description
125
Excessive skew on trailing edge 1
126
Excessive skew on trailing edge 2
127
Excessive skew on trailing edge 3
128
Note too wide 1
129
Note too wide 2
130
Note too wide 3
131
Note too narrow 1
132
Note too narrow 2
133
Note too narrow 3
134
Note too thick 1 - Cassette “B” (picked 2 notes)
135
Note too thick 2
136
Note too thick 3
137
Note too thin 1
138
Note too thin 2
139
Note too thin 3
140
Trailing edge timeout at thickness sensor 1
141
Trailing edge timeout at thickness sensor 2
142
Trailing edge timeout at thickness sensor 3
143
Trailing edge timeout at width sensor 1 - 2 notes picked
144
Trailing edge timeout at width sensor 2
145
Trailing edge timeout at width sensor 3
146
Pick motor timeout 1 - Cassette “B”
147
Pick motor timeout2
148
Pick motor timeout 3
149
Pick motor overcurrent 1
150
Pick motor overcurrent 2
151
Pick motor overcurrent 3
152
Skew timeout 1 - Note skewed (width sensor)
153
Skew timeout 2
154
Skew timeout 3
155
Thickness sensor timeout 1 - Double detect fault
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Click
Count
Description
156
Thickness sensor timeout 2
157
Thickness sensor timeout 3
158
Width sensor blocked on start of dispense or learn 1
159
Width sensor blocked on start of dispense or learn 2
160
Width sensor blocked on start of dispense or learn 3
161
Note cassette not present 1
162
Note cassette not present 2
163
Note cassette not present 3
164
Unexpected note at width sensor 1 - Cassette “B” (check cassette)
165
Unexpected note at width sensor 2
166
Unexpected note at width sensor 3
167
Note not linear at trailing edge 1
168
Note not linear at trailing edge 2
169
Note not linear at trailing edge 3
170
Timeout waiting for unexpected note to clear 1
171
Timeout waiting for unexpected note to clear 2
172
Timeout waiting for unexpected note to clear 3
173
Unable to clear width sensor during reject 1 - Cassette “B” (note jam)
174
Unable to clear width sensor during reject 2
175
Unable to clear width sensor during reject 3
176
Unexpected note at thickness 1 - Cassette “B”
177
Unexpected note at thickness 2
178
Unexpected note at thickness 3
179
Leading edge timeout at channel interface
180
Trailing edge timeout at channel interface
181
Excessive skew at channel interface
182
Timeout waiting for FIFO
183
Unexpected note in extension - enable “Extension Reject” option (RT)
184
Billfish motor fault - Timing wheel, jammed notes
185
Operation timeout
186
Billfish cable error - Feedback error (electronic loop)
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ERROR CODES / TDM CLICK COUNTS
TDM CLICK COUNTERS
Click
Count
Description
187
Learn error
188
FIFO error
189
Timeout waiting for notes to divert
190
Unable to open process
191
Billfish entrance volt A
192
Billfish entrance volt B
193
Billfish exit volt A
194
Billfish exit volt B
195
Skew board volt A
196
Skew board volt B
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APPENDIX A
WARRANTY AND REPAIR
POLICIES/PROCEDURES
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WARRANTY STATEMENT
Manufacturer warrants that the Products delivered to Distributor will perform in accordance with the
Manufacturer’s published specifications, and as outlined in the Manufacturer’s booklet entitled “Thirteen Months Parts Only Limited Warranty” for thirteen months from date of shipment in Long Beach, MS.
Distributor acknowledges that it has received a copy of such booklet, that it has read its entirety and that
it understands and agrees with its contents.
Manufacturer’s warranty shall not apply to any damage resulting from abuse, negligence, accident, or to
any loss or damage to the products while in transit.
Written notice and explanation of circumstances surrounding any claims that the goods have proved
defective in material or workmanship shall be given promptly from the distributor to the manufacturer. No
claim may be made, or action brought, by or through a distributor after the expiration of 14 months
following any alleged breach of warranty.
DISTRIBUTOR’S SOLE AND EXCLUSIVE REMEDY IN THE EVENT OF DEFECT IS EXPRESSLY
LIMITED TO THE REPLACEMENT OR CORRECTION OF SUCH DEFECTIVE PARTS BY MANUFACTURERAT ITS ELECTIONAND SOLE EXPENSE, EXCEPT THERE SHALL BE NO OBLIGATION
TO REPLACE OR REPAIR ITEMS WHICH, BY THEIR NATURE, ARE EXPENDABLE. If Manufacturer
is unable to replace or repair the defective parts, Manufacturer shall refund to Distributor that portion of
the purchase price allocable pays to such goods.
No representation or other affirmation of fact not set forth herein, including but not limited to statements
regarding capacity, suitability for use, or performance of the goods, shall be or be deemed to be a
warranty or representation by Manufacturer for any purpose, nor give rise to any liability or obligation of
Manufacturer whatever.
EXCEPTAS SPECIFICALLY PROVIDED IN THIS DOCUMENT, THERE ARE NO OTHER WARRANTIES EXPRESSED OR IMPLIED INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, ANY IMPLIED WARRANTIES
OR MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURCHASE.
LIMITATION OF LIABILITY
IN NO EVENT SHALL MANUFACTURER BE LIABLE FOR LOSS OF PROFITS OR INCIDENTAL,
INDIRECT, SPECIAL, CONSEQUENTIAL OR OTHER SIMILAR DAMAGES ARISING OUT OFANY
BREACH OF THIS CONTRACT OR OBLIGATIONS UNDER THIS CONTRACT.
DEFENSE OF INFRINGEMENT CLAIMS
If notified promptly in writing of any action (and all prior claims relating to such action) brought against
the Distributor based on a claim that Distributor’s use of the goods infringes a patent or other intellectual
property right, and if given access by Distributor to any information distributor has regarding such
alleged infringement, Manufacturer agrees to defend Distributor in such action at its expense and will pay
any costs or damages finally awarded against Distributor in any such action, provided the Manufacturer
shall have had sole control of the defense of any such action and all negotiations for its settlement or
compromise.
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WARRANTY / REPAIR POLICY
In the event that a final injunction shall be obtained against the Distributor’s use of the goods or any of
their parts by reason of infringement of a patent or other intellectual property right or if in Manufacturer’s
opinion the goods are likely to become the subject of a claim of infringement of a patent or other
intellectual property right, Manufacturer will, at its option and at its expense, either procure for the
Distributor the right to continue using the goods, replace or modify the same so they become noninfringing or grant the Distributor a credit for such goods as depreciated and accept their return. The
depreciation shall be an equal amount per year over the lifetime of the goods as established by Manufacturer.
Manufacturer shall not have any liability to the Distributor under any provision of this clause if any
infringement, or claim thereof, is based upon: (i) the use of the goods in combination with other goods or
devices which are not made by Manufacturer; (ii) the use of the goods in practicing any process; (iii) the
furnishing to the Distributor of any information, date, service, or applications assistance; or (iv) the use
of the goods with modifications made by the Distributor. The Distributor shall hold Manufacturer
harmless against any expense, judgment or loss for infringement of any patent or other intellectual
property right which results from Manufacturer’s compliance with the Distributor’s designs, specifications or instructions. No costs or expenses shall be incurred for the account of Manufacturer without the
written consent of Manufacturer. THE FOREGOING STATES THE ENTIRE LIABILITY OF MANUFACTURER WITH RESPECT TO INFRINGEMENT OF PATENTS OR OTHER INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY RIGHT BY THE GOODS OR ANY PART THEREOF, OR BY THEIR OPERATION.
INTERPRETATION AND OTHER PAROLE EVIDENCE
This writing is intended by the parties as final expression of their agreement and is intended also as a
complete and exclusive statement of the terms of their agreement. No course of prior dealing between the
parties and no usage of the trade shall be relevant to supplement or explain any term used in these terms
and conditions. Acceptance or acquiescence in a course of performance rendered under these terms and
conditions shall not be relevant to determine the meaning of these terms and conditions even though the
accepting or acquiescing party has knowledge of the performance and opportunity for objection. Whenever a term defined by the Uniform Commercial Code, as adopted in Mississippi, is used in these terms
and conditions, the definition contained in the code is to control.
MODIFICATIONS
These terms and conditions can be modified or rescinded only by writing signed by both the parties or
their duly authorized agents.
WAIVER INEFFECTIVE
No claim or right arising out of or relating to a breach of these terms and conditions can be discharged in
whole or in part by a waiver or renunciation of the claim or right unless the waiver or renunciation is
supported by consideration and is in writing signed by the aggrieved party. Waiver by either Manufacturer or Distributor of a breach by the other of any provision of these terms and conditions shall not be
deemed a waiver of future compliance therewith, and such provisions shall remain in full force and effect.
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STATUTE OF LIMITATIONS
Any action by the Distributor or Manufacturer for breach of these terms and conditions must be commenced within one (1) year after the cause of action has accrued.
APPLICABLE LAW
These terms and conditions shall be governed by and construed in accordance with the provisions of the
Uniform Commercial Code as adopted by the State of Mississippi.
BANKRUPTCY
In the event of any proceedings, voluntary or involuntary, in bankruptcy or insolvency by or against
Distributor, or in the event of the appointment, with or without the Distributor’s consent, of an assignee
for the benefit of creditors or of a receiver or of a liquidator, then Manufacturer shall be entitled to cancel
any unfilled part of these terms and conditions without any liability whatsoever.
PARTS ONLY LIMITED MANUFACTURER’S WARRANTY
Triton Systems of Delaware, Inc. warrants the components of each FT7000 ATM, excluding software and
related documentation, against any defect in materials and/or workmanship for a period of 13 months
from the shipping date. If a component fails due to defects in materials and/or workmanship within the
warranty period, Triton will furnish a new or refurbished component, at its discretion. Triton shall not be
responsible for labor or other costs associated with installing the components and the failed component
shall be returned to Triton at the purchaser’s expense. Triton shall not be responsible for misuse or abuse
of a unit and any attempts to remove or deface the serial number or date code on a unit or any component
thereof, or any attempt to repair a unit or to repair or replace any component by anyone other than a
service technician authorized by Triton shall void this warranty.
Limited Warranty covers normal use. Triton does not warrant or cover damage:
•
occurring during shipment of the equipment or components from or to Triton’s facilities;
•
caused by accident, impact with other objects, dropping, falls, spilled liquids, or immersion in liquids;
•
caused by a disaster such as fire, flood, wind, earthquake, lightning, or other acts of God;
•
caused by failure to provide a suitable installation environment for the equipment, including but not
limited to, faulty wiring in the building in which the equipment is installed, installation in a facility
with uncontrolled environmental conditions, failure to provide a dedicated electrical circuit on which
the equipment operates, and/or lack of proper earth grounding for the equipment;
•
caused by the use of the equipment for purposes other than those for which it was designed;
•
resulting from improper maintenance;
•
caused by any other abuse, misuse, mishandling, or misapplication.
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WARRANTY / REPAIR POLICY
Under no circumstances shall Triton or its suppliers be liable for any special, incidental, or consequential
damages based upon breach of warranty, breach of contract, negligence, strict liability, or any other legal
theory. Such damages include, but are not limited to, loss of profits, loss of revenue, loss of data, loss of
use of the equipment or any associated equipment, cost of capital, cost of substitute or replacement
equipment, facilities or services, downtime, purchaser’s time, the claims of third parties, including customers, and injury to property.
DISCLAIMER OF WARRANTIES
The warranty stated above is the only warranty applicable to this product. All other warranties, expressed or implied (including all implied warranties of merchantability or fitness for a particular purpose
or quality of service), are hereby disclaimed. No oral or written information, or advice given by Triton, its
agents or employees shall create a warranty or in any way increase the scope of this warranty.
SHIPPING DAMAGE
All equipment is shipped Free On Board (FOB), Triton’s facilities. The organization or individual who has
purchased the equipment assumes responsibility for the equipment once it leaves Triton’s facilities.
Should your equipment be damaged in the process of shipment or delivery to your place of destination,
we recommend the following course of action:
•
•
If possible, call the shipping company before the driver leaves your delivery site. Make note of the
damage on the “receipt of delivery” paperwork. If this is not possible, call them as soon as possible
to report the damage.
Take photographs of the damaged packaging prior to opening the boxes. If this is not possible, make
note of key points, such as whether the equipment is on a pallet, if the banding is intact, how the
boxes are damaged, etc. Keep all of the packaging for inspection by the shipping company.
•
If you unpack the equipment, take photographs of the damaged equipment. If this is not possible,
make note of the damages.
•
You must file a claim with the shipper for shipping damages immediately after reporting the damages.
Should you specify the carrier, we recommend that you explore with this chosen carrier the policies and
procedures regarding shipping damage claims prior to selecting them as your preferred carrier.
If the equipment receives structural damage and is in an un-installable condition, Triton will work with
you to arrange for a replacement unit to be shipped as soon as possible. The purchaser will be billed for
the replacement unit. Triton’s repair technicians will repair the damaged unit after it is returned to our
facilities. We will credit the purchaser’s account for the full purchase price of the damaged unit, minus the
cost of returning the unit to “like new” condition. Under no circumstances does Triton authorize anyone
to complete structural damage repairs in the field. Therefore, we will not ship primary structural parts,
such as a cabinet head or main cabinet body for repair in the field.
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AUTHORIZED INSTALLATION AND SERVICE PROVIDERS
Triton utilizes several nationwide and regional authorized third party maintenance providers. Triton
recommends all ATMs be installed and serviced by service technicians certified by Triton. This includes
authorized third party service technicians and technicians who have been factory trained by Triton to
service ATM equipment. Installation or repairs attempted by unauthorized service technicians may void
the warranty or warranty claims denied on the product.
Please contact Triton’s Technical Services department at (800) 259-6672 for a list of our third party service
providers and/or to obtain information on the requirements and procedures for becoming a certified
Triton service technician.
TRITON’S TECHNICAL SERVICES DEPARTMENT
The primary purpose of the Technical Services department is to provide assistance to customers in the
operation, trouble shooting, and repair of equipment manufactured by Triton. A toll-free phone number
(1-800-259-6672) is provided for convenience. The Technical Services department operates to serve our
customers. The staff is trained to follow our policies and procedures to ensure fair and uniform treatment
of all our customers.
AUTOMATED VOICE MAIL SYSTEM
Our goal is to have a ‘live’ person answer 100% of all incoming calls (during regular support hours). On
occasion, however, call loads may exceed the capacity of the staff. When this occurs, an automated voice
mail system will answer the call, indicate to the caller that all Technical Support specialists are busy
assisting others, and ask the caller to leave detailed information about the nature of the call.
Should it become necessary to leave a voice mail message, the caller should state:
•
their name,
•
the organization for which they work,
•
the serial number of the equipment they are calling about,
•
detailed description of the problem that they are experiencing, and
•
phone number where they can be reached, including area code.
As Technical Support specialists become available, they check for voice mail messages and return calls
in the order in which they were received. By providing the information requested in the voice mail, the
technician can be prepared when your call is returned. Triton asks you to be patient if you must leave
voice mail and assures you that your call is important to us and that we will respond promptly.
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WARRANTY / REPAIR POLICY
CALLS FOR SERVICE OR REPAIR
Calls for service or repair will be accepted from authorized service technicians only. End users must
contact either the sales organization that placed the equipment or an authorized third party service
organization to obtain service. The sections that follow describe the policies and procedures that relate
to the repair and replacement of malfunctioning equipment.
QUESTIONS ON OPERATION OF EQUIPMENT
Technical support is available to owners of Triton equipment and to qualified service personnel. When
calling for help with the configuration or operation of a Triton product, the caller must provide either
positive identification as a service technician or the serial number of a Triton terminal. Technical support
is provided during normal business hours for the life of the product.
When calling for help with an operational problem, please have available information pertaining to the
nature of the trouble. This includes the type of equipment, examples of what is or is not happening, and
the name of the processor that supports your terminal.
All questions pertaining to the settlement of accounts, transaction inquiries, and fund status must be
directed to the processor. Triton does not have access to the information needed to answer questions
relating to specific transactions.
CONTACT INFORMATION
Triton Systems of Delaware, Inc.
522 East Railroad Street
Long Beach, MS 39560
SALES:
SERVICE:
1 (800) 367-7191
1 (228) 868-1317
1 (228) 868-0437 (Fax)
1 (800) 259-6672 (Technical Support)
1 (228) 575-3229 Fax (Technical Support)
1 (228) 868-0859 Fax (Parts)
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APPENDIX B
COMBINATION LOCKS
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INTRODUCTION
The security cabinet can be secured using either a mechanical or electronic combination lock. This
appendix covers how to change the combination of either lock. Procedures specific to the electronic lock,
such as changing the battery, are also covered. The first section covers the Mechanical combination
lock.
OPERATING THE MECHANICAL LOCK
UNLOCKING THE LOCK
There are two marks on the dial ring (see drawing opposite page). The index at the top is used for opening
the lock, The index 30 degrees to the left is used only when changing the combination.
The dial should always be turned slowly and evenly. A revolution is counted each time the selected
number is aligned with the opening index. Do not turn the dial back to compensate for over-dialing a
number. If, when dialing the combination, any number is turned beyond the index, the entire sequence
must be repeated.
Locks are shipped on a factory setting of ‘50’. Using the ‘Opening Index’, to unlock, turn the dial to the
left (counterclockwise) four (4) turns, stopping on ‘50’. Then, turn the dial to the right until the dial stops.
The combination lock bolt will retract and the safe door may be opened.
Unlocking 3-number combinations (For Example, “50-25-50”)
1.
Turn the dial to the Left at least four (4) complete turns to clear the combination lock to accept the
combination.
2.
Using the ‘Opening Index’, turn the dial to the Left, stopping when ‘50’ is aligned with the opening
index, the Fourth time.
2.
Turn the dial to the Right, stopping when ‘25’ is aligned with the opening index, the Third time.
3.
Turn the dial to the Left, stopping when ‘50’ is aligned with the opening index, the Second time.
4.
Turn the dial slowly to the Right until the bolt retracts.
LOCKING THE LOCK
Turn the dial to the Left at least four full revolutions.
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Opening Index
Changing Index
Changing the Combination
CHANGE THE COMBINATION:
To change the combination, you will need access to the existing combination and a change key. First,
open the safe door by dialing the existing combination. With bolt retracted and before changing combination, verify that the dial stopped between 90 and 100 on the ‘Opening Index’.
Select three new numbers. DO NOT use any number between 1 and 20 for the last number.
For maximum security, do not use numbers that end in 0 or 5, and do not use numbers in sequence: e.g.,
’27-48-86' is not as good as ’27-86-48". Perform the following steps next:
1. Dial the existing combination again using the ‘Change Index’, but STOP the dial on the last number
of the combination.
2. With the last number set at the changing index, hold the dial securely and insert the change key in the
keyhole in the back of the lock. Make sure the wing is entirely inside the lock and comes to a positive stop
(see Figure 1) before turning the key.
Note: If the change key will not go in, the wheels are not lined up to be changed and you must dial the
combination again on the Change Index.
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Figure 1.
3.
Turn change key to the Left until it stops (approximately one-quarter turn). With the change key in
this position, set the new combination as follows: Note: Never select a number from 0 to 20 (the
forbidden zone) as the last number of the combination.
4.
Using the ‘Change Index’, turn the dial to the Left stopping when the first number of the new
combination aligns with the ‘Change Index’, the Fourth time.
5.
Turn dial to the Right, stopping when the second number is aligned with the ‘Change Index’, the
Third time.
6.
Turn the dial to the Left, stopping when the third number is aligned with the ‘Change Index’, the
Second time. Holding the dial in this position, turn the change key back to the Right and remove it.
(See Figure 1.) The new combination you have chosen is now set in the lock,
*Important*
Before closing the vault door, try the new combination several times using the ‘Opening Index’.
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OPERATING THE ELECTRONIC LOCK
The electronic lock combination consists of six digits. Upon arrival, the combination of the lock should
already be preset to 1-2-3-4-5-6.
ENTERING THE COMBINATION
1.
Enter the preset combination and check for proper operation. After each keypress, the lock will beep.
After the final digit has been entered, the lock will beep twice, and the open period will begin.
2.
When a valid combination has been entered, the operator will have approximately 4 seconds to open
the lock.
3.
To open the lock, turn the dial clockwise.
4.
After the lock is opened, the cabinet door may be opened.
LOCKOUT FEATURE
The lock includes a ‘Wrong Try Penalty’ lockout feature that prevents entry from unauthorized personnel. This feature performs as follows:
•
Entry of four (4) consecutive invalid combinations starts a 5-minute delay period.
- LED flashes red at ten (10) second intervals.
•
At the end of the delay period, two (2) more consecutive invalid combinations will restart an additional 5-minute delay.
CHANGING THE COMBINATION
To change the combination of the lock, simply follow these directions.
1.
Enter six (6) zeros ‘0’.
2.
Enter the current combination (initially set at 1-2-3-4-5-6).
3.
Enter the new six (6) digit combination twice.
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4.
If a mistake is made, wait thirty (30) seconds and repeat the first 3 steps.
Test lock combination several times before closing the door. The combination is now changed.
Valid Code Entry - Double signal after valid six (6) digit code is entered.
Invalid Code Entry - Triple signal and old code is still valid.
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BATTERY LOW WARNING
Repeated beeping during an opening indicates that the battery is low or dead and needs to be replaced.
The battery box is located on the inside of the door.
Note: If the lock will not operate (i.e. repeated beeping or no beeping) while the door is closed and locked,
the battery must be energized from the two external terminals on the front of the push-button panel.
To energize the lock, connect a 9-volt alkaline battery on the external terminal points. Maintain contact,
enter a valid combination, and turn the dial clockwise to open the lock.
Note: You must maintain battery contact at all times throughout this procedure.
CHANGING THE BATTERY
1.
Open the ATM vault door. Remove the battery box cover by
pulling the front portion away from the vault door.
2.
The connector is easily removed by unsnapping it from the
two (2) terminal on the top of the battery.
3.
Remove the old battery. Install/connect a new 9-volt alkaline
battery.
4.
Push the battery and the leads completely up into the battery
compartment.
5.
Reinstall the cover and test the unit several times before
closing the vault door.
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APPENDIX C
TRITON DISPENSING MECHANISM
“BACKGROUND PAPER”
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BACKGROUND PAPER
TRITON DISPENSING MECHANISM (TDM)
1.
The TDM dispenser family was designed and built to provide quality performance with minimum
service. In 2005, Triton released two new versions of TDM dispensing mechanisms: the TDM-2XX multicassette family and a modified version of the TDM-1XX that included the features and improvements of
the multi- cassette models.
2.
The TDM-1XX modified dispenser mechanisms include a DC drive motor to replace the stepper
motor for added control and a new pulley system that increases speed for improved note delivery.
Changes in the diverter belt idler rollers and new belt material extend the life of the mechanism. The
modified dispenser includes more self-diagnostic capability, expanded hardware error reporting to include
cable disconnects, and an enhanced timing sequence to minimize jams. Firmware changes have made
possible higher operation speeds and faster internal diagnostics.
3.
There are two versions of TDM-1XX dispensers currently available, TDM-100/150 mechanisms
produced before May 2, 2005 and the TDM Modified used in production since that date. A quick visual
check of the drive motors can help determine the dispenser type and is illustrated in the photos below.
The original TDM dispenser will have a black encased stepper motor installed next to the dispenser
mainboard. The DC drive motor on the TDM modified is silver in color.
Stepper Motor from original TDM-1XX
a.
DC drive motor from TDM-1XX modified
The DC drive motor used on the TDM-1XX modified will allow more efficient operation over
the life of the product. This motor has a different sound than the stepper motor previously
produced. One characteristic of this motor, though not readily noticeable in all of them, is the
potential to produce a clicking sound not heard with the stepper motors. This has led some
customers to believe there might be a problem with the dispenser. With the cabinet door
closed this sound should not be immediately noticeable by ATM customers.
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b.
Severe noise from any dispenser is an indication that a malfunction has occurred. If this
happens you should examine the mechanism to determine the problem. Severe noise is
normally caused by a drag on the mechanism, most likely from a shaft that has been pushed
out of position causing the belt to “skip” on a pulley. This skipping is normally evident on the
first two pulleys after the drive motor. In most cases the problem can be resolved by snapping
the shaft back into position and if necessary replacing the top two drive belts. The part
number for the belt replacement kit is 06100-00322 (TDM Belt Replacement Kit). See table
below for kit breakdown.
TDM Be lt Re place me nt Kit
(P/N 06100-00322)
Tools Required: #20 Torx driver / Phillips screwdriver
Part Numbe r
De s cription
M otor Type
M e chanis m(s )
Affe cte d
03114- 00001
Belt, Upper
(short)
All
All listed below
04006- 01001
Belt, Drive Motor
(long)
DC (Stepper)
TDM- 100 (w/o Billfish)
TDM- 150 (w/o Billfish)
0 4 0 0 6 - 0 10 0 3
Belt, Drive Motor
(long)
DC
(w/timing wheel)
TDM- 100 (w/ Billfish)
TDM- 150 (w/ Billfish)
TDM- 200 (all)
TDM- 250 (all)
07100- 00057
TDM Belt Replacement Procedures
4.
The pick mechanism for the TDM is located in the cassette. Failure to pick properly can cause
the mechanism to exhibit symptoms of other dispenser errors.
As with any electro-mechanical device, there will be occasions when a malfunction or physical damage
occurs and a repair is required. Failure to pick properly can cause the mechanism to exhibit symptoms
of other dispenser errors. To accurately diagnose these errors it is necessary to have the mechanism
and cassette operating together as a unit.
a.
If it becomes necessary to return a TDM dispenser to Triton for repair or replacement, the
Mechanism, Cassette(s), and Reject must be returned as a complete unit.
b.
TDM dispensers can not be ordered as advanced replacement parts without the cassette and
reject. RMAs for return will now include all three items. Failure to return the mechanism,
cassette and reject together could result in repair or credit delays.
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OPENING THE ACCESS D OORS
1.
The access doors allow you to check for jammed notes at key points in the feed path. The figures
below shows the location of the lower, middle, and upper access doors on the front of the mechanism and
the inner door located on the inside of the the dispenser (note and reject cassette(s) have been removed).
2.
Each door is held closed using a plastic fastener knob. Note the position of the knob when a
door is locked: the knob is Horizontal as shown in figure below.
3.
To unlock a door, grasp that door’s knob and
GENTLY turn it a quarter-turn to the left or right (to the
Vertical position shown in figure below). This will allow
the door to be opened so any stuck/jammed notes can
be retrieved.
4.
Carefully lift the door(s) to expose the feed
path and remove any notes. Close the door. Apply
gentle pressure to the door to hold it in place and
GENTLY twist the fastener a quarter-turn to the left or
right to lock the door in place.
LOCKED
UNLOCKED
Knob shown in LOCKED and UNLOCKED
Positions.
** CAUTION **
The plastic fasteners ARE NOT HANDLES! They may pull out if you
grasp them as such. Also, DO NOT force the knob to lock/unlock. You
may break or damage!
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(8100 / 9100 ATM)
US/MEXICO
(MAR, 06’)
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NEW CHANGES IN MANAGEMENT FUNCTIONS
The following describes new changes implemented in the latest (Mar, 06) 8100/9100 US/Mexico software
release.
This suplement outlines all changes made to the software. This software release also pertains to the
Model 8100 terminal software, providing a single load file for updating 9100 or 8100 terminals. New
functionality included in this supplement includes:
1.
User Defined Surcharge Screens
2.
Configurable Currency Symbol
3.
Enhanced Print Error Management
4.
Improve logging of power failures during dispense
5.
Check for TDM-100 protocol before TDM-200
USER DEFINED SURCHARGE SCREEN SUPPORT
The functionality is designed to give the terminal owner the ability to create a screen to display surcharge
information. This screen can be created from the terminal in Management functions or in Triton Connect
4.3 and downloaded to the terminal.
The User Defined Surcharge (UDS) screens are a free form way of entering whatever text the owner wants
displayed as the surcharge message. This functionality is standalone and does not work in conjunction
with any other surcharge functionality that dynamically determines what may or may not be displayed on
the terminal, unless it is explicitly stated in this document. The common functionality supported by UDS
includes: the ability to be displayed at the beginning or end of the transaction process and displaying the
surcharge amount or percentage defined in the terminal, if the necessary parameters are entered as part of
the UDS text. This common functionality will be described in greater detail later in this section.
EDITING
UDS screens can be enabled, created, deleted, and modified at the terminal and using Triton Connect.
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MANAGEMENT FUNCTIONS
Access to editing UDS screen files is achieved using the following method. Note: Only screens that have
changed or have the potential to display new information will be shown.
Select CONFIGURE TERMINAL > MORE > CHANGE MESSAGES > SURCHARGE MESSAGES > MORE > MORE >
USER DEFINED to get to the following screen.
The terminal software will retrieve the primary language screen and display it on the terminal screen. If
there is no screen file saved the display will be blank.
Once on the editing screen, the Right (>) and Left (<) arrow keys can be used to move around on the
display. The cursor will move to the next line automatically when it reaches the end of the current line and
wrap back to the beginning of the first line when it reaches the end of the last line on the screen. Entering
new text will write over the current text. The new file is not saved until the <Enter> key is selected after the
changes are made. If changes are made and the <Cancel> button is selected, the file won’t change.
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If the screen times out due to inactivity, the file won’t change. If you select “yes” on the timeout screen,
the last saved UDS screen (or blank if no UDS screen was previously saved) will be re-displayed but all
of the entered text will be lost. The US/Mexico file supports only English and Spanish as language
options. English is the primary language and Spanish is the secondary language. English language text
should be entered on this screen because this screen will be displayed when English is the selected
language.
NOTICE!!
The text entered on this screen will be displayed as entered!
If no text is entered a BLANK screen will be displayed during the transaction, if incorrect text is entered incorrect
text will be displayed on the screen during a transaction!
If <Cancel> is selected, the adjoining screen will be displayed for 3 seconds prior to continuing to the
secondary screen. This screen indicates that if any text was entered it has NOT been saved. Also, the
User Defined surcharge type has NOT been activated as the current surcharge type.
Once <Enter> is selected or the 3 second timeout on the previous screen expires, the secondary screen,
will be displayed, if there is a screen file for the secondary language.
If there is no screen file for the secondary language, the screen will be blank.
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The User Defined Surcharge type is now the active surcharge type. If <Cancel> is selected for the
secondary language, UDS is still the active surcharge type. To eliminate the chance for error, enter a
screen for every available language. Spanish language text should be entered on this screen because this
screen will be displayed when Spanish is the selected language.
NOTICE!!
The text entered on this screen will be displayed as entered!
If <Cancel> is selected, the following screen will be displayed for 3 seconds prior to exiting the UDS
screen management section of Management functions. If there was no secondary screen previously
saved, then the Spanish screen will be blank. If Spanish is ever selected as the transaction language and
surcharging is turned on, the surcharge screen displayed will be blank.
This screen indicates that if any text was entered it has NOT been saved. If <Cancel> is selected for both
English and Spanish screen, User Defined Surcharging is not active. If <Enter> is selected for either
screen, User Defined Surcharging is active for both Spanish and English.
Once the UDS screen management section is exited, the screen prior to entering the English text-editing
screen will be displayed. On this screen, the active surcharge screen type will be displayed.
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ENTERING TEXT
Follow the menu at the bottom of the editing screen to access different alphanumeric characters and
symbols. The following tables define functionality and indicate what characters are accessed based on
the function key that was pressed. The numeric characters are available by default. In order to get to
alphabetic characters or special characters such as the dollar sign ($), the function keys have to be used.
The special characters are typed by setting the F4 function key to “lower”, and not selecting the F6, F7
or F8 function keys. Also, only the F4 function key stays resident, meaning that if uppercase is selected
every subsequent key entry is in uppercase. But function keys F6, F7, F8 are only active for the subsequent key press. This means a function key( F6, F7, F8) always has to be selected prior to entering a key
in order to get access at the letters.
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SPECIAL STRINGS
In order to keep the surcharge amount and percentage on the User Defined Surcharge screen in sync with
the actual surcharge amount or percentage loaded in the terminal, there are two specialized strings that
can be typed on the User Defined Surcharge screen. The terminal software will recognize these strings
and replace the strings with the actual value.
$SSSSS.SS – When the terminal is displaying the User Defined Surcharge screen it will look for this
string. When and if the special string is found, the software will replace the string with the surcharge
amount. Supports values from 0 – 99999.99.
CC% – When the terminal is displaying the User Defined Surcharge screen it will look for this string.
When and if this special string is found, the software will replace the string with the surcharge percentage. Supports values from 0 – 99
Strings must be typed exactly as listed, and they cannot be broken up over multiple lines.
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DISPLAYING
Depending on the language selected, the UDS screen will be displayed in the same location as the other
surcharge screens. It can be configured to be displayed at the beginning of the transaction right after pin
entry or at the end of the transaction after the amount is selected.
NOTICE!!
If the user defined surcharge screen was configured with no
text, this screen will be blank.
ERRORS
Any errors retrieving UDS screen will result in the screen not being displayed and the terminal going
“Out of Service”. The only situations that are considered errors are: the terminal detects a CRC error in
the file or the terminal cannot find a valid screen file. The error code will be (243) and the description will
be “Surcharge Screen Unavailable”
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CONFIGURABLE CURRENCY SYMBOL
This is a feature that gives the user the capability of using 128 pre-defined characters as the symbol
denoting currency. For instance, the dollar sign($) is the standard symbol in America for indicating
money, however, many other countries use different characters. This feature is designed to give those
other countries the flexibility of a greater number of symbol options.
Go to CONFIGURE TERMINAL > CASSETTE SETUP. Click on INTERNATIONAL CURRENCY to enter the currency
symbol screen
Follow the directions on the screen to select and save the new currency symbol. The following screen
lists all of the available currency symbols. Once the new symbol is selected and saved, all of the screens
on the terminal that display a currency symbol will display the new symbol.
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ENHANCED PRINT ERROR MANAGEMENT
A new feature allowing the terminal to remain in service in the presence of print device errors accompanies this release. If configured to stay in service, the terminal will still perform transactions that do not
require a receipt (withdrawals, purchases, etc.), in spite of an inoperable printer. This feature covers all
printer errors including out of paper (it is not selective between error types). The terminal will not perform
balance enquiries or transfer requests when the printer is unavailable. The customer is prompted with a
notification of the terminal’s inability to print a receipt allowing the opportunity to cancel the transaction.
Go to CONFIGURE TERMINAL > PRINTER SETTINGS > PRINTER ERRORS. When this option is selected, a
screen will be displayed that enables the user to choose whether the ATM will remain “In Service” or go
“Out of Service” when printer-related errors occur during normal transactions.
Transaction Selection
If the option to stay “In Service” despite printer errors is enabled and a printer error is detected, the
customer will be given the option to continue or cancel immediately after a Withdrawal or Purchase
transaction is selected.
If the customer chooses to continue, no receipts will be printed and the terminal will NOT be taken out of
service.
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Also, Balance, Transfers and Mobile Phone Top-Up transactions will not be allowed. If the customer
selects one of these transactions, a screen will be displayed informing the customer that the machine
cannot give a receipt and that the transaction will not be allowed.
If the printer stays “In Service” with a printer error and the transaction fails to dispense the correct
amount, a screen is displayed indicated the result. The terminal then does a reversal.
If the reversal fails, a screen is displayed indicating that the reversal failed.
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IMPROVE LOGGING OF POWER FAILURES DURING DISPENSE
In the case of a power failure during a dispense the terminal now logs the amount requested to be
dispensed in the electronic journal.
CHECK FOR TDM-100 PROTOCOL BEFORE TDM-200
When determining which type of TDM is attached, the terminal communicates to the dispenser using the
old protocol first. If the older protocol is detected for the first time, then all the cassette structures will be
cleared. Note that anytime a dispenser is changed, the software should be re-loaded.
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(8100 / 9100 ATM)
CANADA
(APR , 06)
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NEW CHANGES IN MANAGEMENT FUNCTIONS
The following describes new changes implemented in the latest (Apr, 06) 8100/9100 Canadian software
release.
This supplement describes additional features that make up this software. This software release also
pertains to the Model 8100 terminal software, providing a single load file for updating 9100 or 8100
terminals.
1.
TCP/IP Communication Support
2.
SPED Support
3.
TDM Support
4.
8100 APS Printer Support
5.
CRC for Dial-up Communications
6.
Terminal Setup Changes
TCP/IP COMMUNICATION SUPPORT
This release adds TCP/IP over Ethernet support to the 9100. In the 9100 models, only one communication
type is allowed for host communications.
SPED SUPPORT
The 8100/9100 terminal software supports either the standard Triple DES EPP (Firmware version SP-01.04)
or the Visa EPP (Firmware version VP-01.01).
TDM SUPPORT
The Triton 9100 ATM system supports a variety of TDM dispenser mechanisms (TDM-100/150, TDM200/250 etc.) with this release. The approach has been to provide a common dispenser-resident firmware
package for all TDM dispensers, making the terminal SW interface common to all types.
For the dual feed channel TDM-2XX dispensers, cassettes A through C are available for configuration.
Cassette D is not supported for any of the TDM dispensers and should appear grayed out on all
management functions screens. The terminal immediately flags non-resident cassettes as out of service
once the SW returns from management functions to customer transactions for multi-feed channel mechanisms.
Single feed channel dispensers such as the TDM-50 for the 8100 and TDM-1XX dispensers for the 9100
display only cassette A, all other cassettes will appear grayed out. The cassette type has a default setting
of cash. They are automatically placed in service after boot. The “In-Service” configuration and status
items do not apply to single feed channel dispensers. Only the value parameter requires configuration
after a full load. TDM-50 dispensers are single “fixed bin” dispensers (no actual cassette). The terms
cassette and bin may be used interchangeably in the scope of this supplement.
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8100 APS PRINTER SUPPORT
The 8100 terminals are equipped with the APS CP MRS-250 printer. There is no extra setup required to use
the printer, other than ensuring the EPROM is version KP01.03. The new terminal EPROM code provides
the means for the terminal to detect and utilize the new print device. It should be noted that there is no
graphics support with the APS print device. Receipt/coupon graphics cannot be printed to the device in
this release. There are no management menu option changes to support this feature.
CRC FOR DIAL-UP COMMUNICATIONS
A new feature allowing the terminal to send the ‘ub’ FID along with dial-up communications for message
verification is included in this release. The feature defaults to disabled.
TERMINAL SETUP CHANGES
LOW-LEVEL MANAGEMENT MENU FLOW
The new features are accessible from the management menus as described in the following:
MANAGEMENT FUNCTIONS MAIN MENU
With the TDM-2XX dispensers (multi-cassette), the
entry-level management screen offers an option for
placing cassettes into service. Placing cassettes into
service is the only function this option allows, and
will be addressed later in this supplement.
TERMINAL CONFIGURATION
Selecting the Terminal Configuration option from the
Main management functions menu allows
customization of terminal features.
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SET TERMINAL PARAMETERS
This menu incorporates the configuration options
for many terminal specific items. The items of interest accessible from this menu level for this release
are Cassette Setup, Key Management, and TCP/IP
over Ethernet Communication (both Host and Triton
Connect) setup.
HOST TCP/IP SETUP
With the induction of TCP/IP over Ethernet capable software the menu structure has been updated to
include the options associated with the new communications type. This section details the Host TCP/IP
over Ethernet options1.
HOST TERMINAL COMMUNICATIONS
When selecting the “Communication” option from
the “Terminal Parameters” menu, the user will be directed to the Host TCP/IP over Ethernet setup options. The new communication menu has the following appearance and maps directly to host communications:
Please note that the terms TCP/IP and Ethernet refer corporately to the new TCP/IP over Ethernet
communications option. Technically, TCP is the transport protocol, IP is the Network layer protocol, and
Ethernet is the Data Link and PHY
layers. The installation and user guide reference may illustrate screen shots that say “TCP/IP” where the
terminal displays “Ethernet”. These should be understood to be reference the same external TCP/IP over
Ethernet external module.
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HOST TCP/IP CONFIGURATION
In this menu, the user can configure the network
settings of the terminal and can test the TCP/IP.
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NETWORK SETTINGS
This menu area allows for the terminal’s network settings to be configured. These settings are defined in
Section 3, “TCP/IP Configuration” of this manual.
Consult this reference for a complete description on
TCP/IP over Ethernet configuration.
TRITON CONNECT HOST SETUP
Triton Connect must be configured for use with the
new TCP/IP over Ethernet interface as well. Setup
begins from the menu path: TERMINAL CONFIGURATION > SET TERMINAL PARAMETERS > MORE > TRITON
CONNECT. The following screens are displayed from
the “SET TERMINAL PARAMETERS > MORE” screen.
From here select TRITON CONNECT.
The “Ethernet” button is a status button that indicating the terminal is equipped with the external
Ethernet module. This nullifies the dial-up option
(should be grayed). From this screen, the “TCP/IP
Configuration” option should be selected to enter
the configure options for TCP/IP over Ethernet associated with Triton Connect, as detailed in Section
3, “TCP/IP Configuration” of this manual.
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TCP/IP OVER ETHERNET DIAGNOSTICS
This section describes the new diagnostic menus with this release. To get to the TCP/IP over Ethernet
diagnostics, select the diagnostics option from the main menu:
Select the “More Diagnostics” option to get:
Select the “Communications” option to get to the
following screen:
The “Reset/Test Modem” selection option should be grayed out by virtue of the TCP/IP option’s
availability. Selecting the “Test Ethernet” option forces the terminal to run a test on the External TCP/IP
over Ethernet module and display the results. Again, refer to Section 3, “TCP/IP Configuration” of this
manual. for details.
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STANDARD KEY MANAGEMENT
The standard (Non-Visa EPP) key management menu flow is defined below. The “Key Management”
options are accessed from the “Terminal Parameters” screen. See the Set Terminal Parameters section
for details.
TERMINAL PARAMETERS
This menu screen allows for access to the key management menu items.
EXISTING KEY MANAGEMENT
This menu screen shows the non-VEPP key management options.
EXISTING KEY ENTRY
This menu prompts the user to specify which key
they wanted to enter either the right or left key.
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EXISTING ENTER KEY
This menu described the key entry process to the
user.
*NOTE – The key mapping for entering the alpha
characters of the key block are described at the
bottom of the screen.
KEY LOADED AND CHECK
DIGIT VERIFICATION
This screen would display the check digits that were
derived from loading the encrypted key.
VISA EPP KEY MANAGEMENT
With the inclusion of the Visa EPP support, the Key Management menu flow has changed to meet the
Visa® specification. Those changes are as follows. This screen flow affects the key entry procedure in
the Management functions. The VEPP must enforce Dual Control of encryption keys. The following
screens will describe how this is accomplished.
KEY MANAGEMENT
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ENTER IN PASSWORDS
This is a new screen that prompts the users to enter
their Password so that the VEPP can verify each user.
Two passwords are required to be entered by two
separate persons to gain access to the sensitive instructions to the VEPP.
CHANGE USER PASSWORDS
The VEPP requires that no default password or passwords can be entered and a user be able to change
the master keys. If a user enters the default password, (six zero’s ‘000000’), the VEPP will force the
user to change the password or passwords before
the option of entering in the master keys is displayed.
CHANGE PASSWORD SELECTION
This is a screen that allows the user to select which
password to change. If any password is the default
value the VEPP will only allow the changing of the
passwords. Once the default password or passwords
have been changed, the access to the encryption
keys functions will be allowed.
CHANGE PASSWORD
This screen demonstrates the steps required to
change a password in the VEPP.
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MAIN KEY MANAGEMENT
SELECTION
This screen shows what functions are
allowed when the VEPP is in dual control.
ENTER (ANY) KEY
This menu selection is the same for
each of the three different keys that can
be entered.
*NOTE – This key maps to the current
layout of a Triton Systems EPP. Since
the encryption keys are hexadecimal
strings, the EPP must allow for the alpha characters in the hexadecimal
numbering system. The following describes the key mappings.
‘A’ maps to the ‘<’, ‘B’ maps to the ‘>’ , ‘F’ maps to “CANCEL”, ‘E’ maps to
“CLEAR”, ‘D’ maps to “ENTER”, and ‘C’ maps to the blank key.
ACCEPT THE KEY
Once the enter function key is selected,
the user is prompted to either accept
the key or not. The new VEPP requires
that two key parts for each key be
loaded. After this screen will be a
screen to indicate that the second part
must be entered. Then the Enter (ANY)
Key screen will be displayed to load
the second key part. After the second
key part is loaded, the terminal will
prompt if any additional key parts need
to be loaded.
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NEW VEPP TAMPER AND SERIAL NUMBER ERRORS
The way that VEPP Tampers and the new Serial Number errors are cleared at the terminal has changed to
indicate to the terminal owner that the VEPP device may have been tampered or switched with a nonsecure VEPP. This added security required the prompting of the terminal operator to read some screens
to further emphasize the inspection of the VEPP device. If one of these errors occurs the following screen
shots demonstrate the new way to clear it.
INITIAL ERROR SCREEN
If this error screen has either the VEPP tamper error number 205 or the VEPP Serial Number Error number
239, the reset error button will not clear this error. The Terminal owner will have to traverse through
Management functions to reset this error.
DIAGNOSTICS (KEYPAD)
This menu item is in the diagnostic menu structure.
When the keypad is selected the items specific for
the keypad diagnostic will appear.
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KEYPAD DIAGNOSTIC MENU
This menu is dynamic. The clear error codes
(Tamper or Serial) will only appear when either
error is detected on the terminal. The VEPP Status
button will print a current status of the VEPP on
to the screen with the option to print the data in a
more detailed form.
VEPP STATUS
This screen is completed by the status information that was received from the VEPP device. The
Print option will give a receipt that has more detailed information.
CLEAR TAMPER
This option is only displayed if the terminal has
detected a tamper condition from the VEPP device. Once the item is selected the terminal user
will get the following screen describing what actions need to be taken.
CLEAR SERIAL TAMPER
This option is only displayed when the serial number of the VEPP device does not match the VEPP
device serial number that the terminal has stored.
This is not a VEPP device tamper but an indication that the terminal may have been tampered
with. If this condition is detected the following
screen is displayed when the Terminal user selects Clear Serial Tamper. When this error is
cleared, the Serial number of the connected VEPP
is written to the terminal.
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TDM DEFAULT SETTINGS
The TDM dispenser comes with default settings as follows:
1.
Each cassette type is designated as cash
2.
Value (denomination) defaults to zero
During the boot procedure, terminals configured with a multi-feed channel terminal TDM will force an
Error Code 156 to ensure the user enters the cassette setup management functions to configure and
put at least one cassette in service.
TDM CONFIGURATION
New management screens and options accompany the introduction of the multi-cassette TDM. This
section describes the management flow implemented to support configuring and managing both
single1 and multi-cassette TDM mechanical dispensers. The following screens are defined to lead the
user though the configuration process:
* NOTE - Again, only cassette A is relevant to the 8100 terminals with the TDM-50 fixed bin
dispenser and 9100 terminals configured with a TDM-100. All other cassette buttons (B-D) should
be grayed out.
TERMINAL PARAMETERS
This menu provides the options for entering cassette setup.
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CASSETTE SETUP
This screen provides the means to configure each of
the cassettes available in the dispenser.
RELEARN BILL THICKNESS
This menu option requests that the TDM resample
the thickness averages for each cassette. The TDM
dispenser will sample 9 bills (per cassette),
dispensing them into the reject cassette. The
following warning screen is displayed giving the user
the option to abort prior to relearn commencement:
INTERNATIONAL CURRENCY SYMBOL
The option to change the international currency symbol screen appears as follows. The customer can cycle
through the available symbols by pressing the
“Change Symbol” button repeatedly.
MAXIMUM AMOUNT (CASH)
This option configures the maximum amount for any
single cash withdrawal transaction.
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MAXIMUM AMOUNT (NON-CASH)
This screen allows the user to configure the maximum amount dispensed for the non-cash purchase
feature. This value specifies the maximum for any
non-cash purchase and must be divisible by the document value configured for the cassette (multi-feed
channel dispensers only).
CASSETTE SELECTION
Selecting “Cassette Parameters” from the “Cassette
Setup” options displays the “Select Cassette” screen.
This allows the user to select which cassette to
configure. Note that the “CASSETTE L OCKING”
feature does not apply to TDM dispensers and would
be grayed out.
CASSETTE PARAMETERS
This screen allows the user to modify the value, type,
service state, and description parameters for a specific
cassette (only value parameter can be set for single
feed channel dispensers). The bill dimension and
currency data parameters do not apply to the TDM
dispensers and will be grayed out on this screen.
VALUE PARAMETER
This option allows the user to configure the value
associated with the selected cassette.
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TYPE PARAMETER
The type parameter option allows the user to setup
the cassette as either cash or non-cash document
type (multi-feed channel dispensers only). This
option allows for non-cash purchases, coupon
dispensing, etc.
SERVICE PARAMETER
This screen displays the current cassette status and
provides the option to place the cassette in service
or take the cassette out of service (multi-feed channel dispensers only).
DESCRIPTION PARAMETER
The description parameter allows primary and
secondary descriptions to be applied to the cassette
when the non-cash purchase option for transactions
is available (multi-feed channel dispensers only).
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TDM SERVICE MANAGEMENT
The management functions include menus for placing cassettes in service, or taking them out (multi-feed
channel dispensers only). The cassette service menu is provided at the lowest management functions
screen level and is grayed out for single feed channel dispensers.
CASSETTE SERVICE SCREEN
Selecting the cassette service menu displays the following screen (multi-feed channel dispensers only):
The “Cassette Locking” feature does not apply to
TDM cassettes. Each cassette (up to three) is
displayed for selection from this screen, regardless
of their presence/absence in the dispenser. This
allows for pre-provisioning of cassettes prior to
installation. Selecting cassette A through C
(remember cassette D will be grayed out) from this
menu places the cassette in service and displays the
following screen if successful:
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TDM CASSETTE CLOSURE
The new feature includes menus for closing specific cassettes. From the main management functions
menu, selecting the close option displays the following screen:
CASSETTE CLOSE
From the close option the cassette close function
can be selected offering the following options: *
NOTE - Selections B and C are grayed for single
feed channel dispensers, D is grayed for all TDM
dispensers.
Choosing a cassette (A through C) will direct you to
the next screen at right:
Selecting either the Trial Cassette Close or Cassette Close option initiates the close action for the
selected cassette.
When “Trial Cassette Close” is selected, the results are printed, but none of the cassette counters are
cleared. When the “Cassette Close” option is selected, the results are printed and all associated counters
(documents dispensed, reject event counts etc.) are cleared.
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TRIAL CASSETTE CLOSE (ALL)
When the trial cassette close all function is selected, the printed results include counts for all cassettes,
and the “transaction is printing” screen is displayed until printing is complete. This option is grayed out
for single feed channel dispensers.
COUPON DISPENSING
The TDM offers the option of selecting a cassette for the purpose of dispensing coupons. To configure
the dispensed coupon feature, select the “Random/Level Coupon Prizes” option from the terminal configuration menu. This feature is only available for multi-feed channel dispensers. The following paragraphs describe the remaining setup procedures for achieving the correct configuration.
DISPENSED COUPONS
This is the screen that allows entrance into the dispensed coupon configuration options from the main
coupon prizes menu. From here you must select “Dispensed Coupons” to configure the parameters for
dispensing coupon prizes.
RANDOM/LEVEL PRIZE COUPON CONFIGURATION
This screen displays the options for configuring level
and random dispensed coupons and enabling the
coupon feature. Two types are supported; level and
random prize awards. Each coupon type is slightly
different.
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SELECT LEVEL COUPON CASSETTE
This screen selects the cassette associated with the
level prize award. It also indicates upon entry which
cassette, if any, is currently selected (X indicates none
is selected).
SET LEVEL PRIZE AMOUNT
Level coupons are awarded based on the amount
dispensed. This screen allows the user to specify
the withdrawal threshold that triggers the level prize
award.
SELECT RANDOM COUPON CASSETTE
This screen selects the cassette associated with the
random prize award. It also indicates upon entry
which cassette, if any, is currently selected (X
indicates none is selected).
SET RANDOM WINNING PERCENTAGE
Random coupons are awarded in a random fashion
based on the percentage configured. This screen allows the user to specify the withdrawal threshold that
triggers the random prize award (from 0 to 100%).
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ENABLE/DISABLE COUPONS
The final step is to enable the dispensing of coupons
from this menu. In addition to the other dispensed
coupon configuration elements, the cassette selected
for the coupons must be specified as non-cash with
a value of zero before coupons will be dispensed.
ENABLING CRC FOR DIALUP COMMUNICATIONS
Including CRC (the ‘ub’ FID) is standard for TCP/IP communications, but has now been added as an
option for standard dialup communications as well. The option can be enabled/disabled by sending the
following parameter update files:
1.
91CRCON.H – Turns option on
2.
91CRCOFF.H – Turns option off
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(8100 / 9100 ATM)
SOUTH AFRICA
(MAY, 06)
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NEW CHANGES IN MANAGEMENT FUNCTIONS
The following describes new changes implemented in the latest (May, 06) 9100 South Africa software
release.
This supplement describes additional features that make up this software. This software release also
pertains to the Model 8100 terminal software, providing a single load file for updating 9100 or 8100
terminals.
1.
8100 APS Printer Support
2.
Enhanced Print Error Management
3.
Default Recognition for EMV Card Reader
4.
Key Inject
8100 APS PRINTER SUPPORT
The 8100 terminals are equipped with the APS CP MRS-250 printer. There is no extra setup required to use
the printer, other than ensuring the EPROM is version KP01.03. The new terminal EPROM code provides
the means for the terminal to detect and utilize the new print device. It should be noted that there is no
graphics support with the APS print device. Receipt/coupon graphics cannot be printed to the device in
this release. There are no management menu option changes to support this feature.
ENHANCED PRINT ERROR MANAGEMENT
A new feature allowing the terminal to remain in service in the presence of print device errors accompanies this release. If configured to stay in service, the terminal will still perform transactions that do not
require a receipt (withdrawals, purchases, etc.), in spite of an inoperable printer. This feature covers all
printer errors, including out of paper (it is not selective between error types). The terminal will not
perform balance enquiries or transfer requests when the printer is unavailable. The customer is prompted
with a notification of the terminal's inability to print a receipt allowing the opportunity to cancel the
transaction.
DEFAULT RECOGNITION FOR EMV CARD READER
This load is sent with the flags modified to default to the EMV smart card reader. It is important to note
that terminals loaded with this SW will not function correctly with any other card reader installed.
KEY INJECT
The ability to use the PC Key inject program to load security keys into the terminal via the load port has
been added to this version of software. This feature was in terminal software previously but was
removed. It will work similarly to it's previous operation, however, if a Visa EPP is loaded instead of a triple
des SPED the key inject functionality will not be available.
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TERMINAL SETUP CHANGES
LOW-LEVEL MANAGEMENT MENU FLOW
The new features are accessible from the management menus as described in the following:
MANAGEMENT FUNCTIONS MAIN MENU
TERMINAL CONFIGURATION
Selecting the Terminal Configuration option from the Main management functions menu allows
customization of terminal features.
The features described next will be configured from the "PRINTER SETTINGS" submenu.
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ENHANCED PRINTER ERROR MANAGEMENT
This SW release includes an enhanced printer error management feature and is configured to remain in
service by default. Enabling the feature to “ignore” printer errors does not change the accurate printer
status reporting to the host through status monitoring or Triton Connect status reporting. The terminal
will always report the correct current status of the print device in spite of the feature’s enabled/disabled
status.
CONFIGURING THE FEATURE
From the main terminal configuration screen, selecting
the “PRINTER SETTINGS” button displays the following screen:
Selecting “PRINTER ERRORS” displays the next screen:
This allows the user to select between having the terminal go “Out of Service” when the printer encounters
errors, or remain “In Service”. When the selection is
made, the change is reflected at the top of the screen.
TERMINAL RESPONSE TO PRINTER ERRORS
When the feature is disabled, the terminal will go out of
service when a printer error is encountered, just as it
always has. When the feature is enabled, the print
device is inoperable and the customer selects a withdrawal or purchase transaction, the customer will see
the screen notification:
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For these types of transactions, the customer is allowed to proceed if they elect. When the feature is
enabled, the print device is inoperable and the customer selects a transaction that requires a receipt
(e.g. Balance Enquiry), the customer will see the
screen notification:
The customer is not allowed to proceed under these
conditions and is prompted to select a different transaction from the original transaction selection screen.
The timeout between this screen and the menu for
choosing a new selection is approximately 5 seconds.
TERMINAL NOTIFICATIONS FOR
TRANSACTIONS ERRORS
When the feature for remaining in service with printer
errors is enabled, the customer elects to continue
with a withdrawal transaction (or purchase) without
the print device, and a partial or no dispense event
occurs, the customer will see the following recap
screen:
This screen will be shown during the reversal process, indicating the amount requested and the amount
actually dispensed. If the reversal fails, the following screen is shown directing the customer to contact their card-issuer:
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KEY INJECT
If the Visa EPP device is detected then the Key Management screen will appear as follows without the
capability of executing Key Inject.
However, if a Triple DES SPED is detected, the following Key Management screen will be displayed.
When the INJECT MASTER KEY button is selected,
the following screen will be displayed indicating that
the key is being downloaded.
Once the Keys are downloaded, the check digits will
be displayed indicating keys were downloaded successfully.
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If the keys were 'NOT' downloaded successfully an
error screen will be displayed.
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(8100 / 9100 ATM)
US
(FEB, 07)
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NEW CHANGES
The following describes new changes implemented in the latest (Feb, 07) 8100/9100 US software release.
This supplement describes additional features that make up this software. This software release also
pertains to the Model 8100 terminal software, providing a single load file for updating 9100 or 8100
terminals.
1.
TDM Support
2.
Fully Supports TDM-2XX Return Codes
3.
Test Dispense with TDM-2XX Return Code Intact
4.
Test for TDM-1XXs before TDM-2XXs
5.
Correcting the Screen Flow for the Printer Off-Line Notification
6.
Auto Recovery from 139 Printer Error (9100 only)
7.
Default Password Detection
TDM SUPPORT
The Triton 9100 ATM system supports a variety of TDM dispenser mechanisms (TDM-100/150, TDM200/250 etc.) with this release. The approach has been to provide a common dispenser-resident firmware
package for all TDM dispensers, making the terminal SW interface common to all types.
For the dual feed channel TDM-2XX dispensers, cassettes A through C are available for configuration.
Cassette D is not supported for any of the TDM dispensers and should appear grayed out on all
Management functions screens. The terminal immediately flags non-resident cassettes as “Out of Service” once the SW returns from Management functions to customer transactions for multi-feed channel
mechanisms.
Single feed channel dispensers such as the TDM-50 for the 8100 and TDM-1XX dispensers for the 9100
display only cassette A, all other cassettes will appear grayed out. The cassette type has a default setting
of ‘Cash’. They are automatically placed “In Service” after boot. The “In-Service” configuration and
status items do not apply to single feed channel dispensers. Only the value parameter requires configuration after a full load. TDM-50 dispensers are single “fixed bin” dispensers (no actual cassette). The
terms cassette and bin may be used interchangeably in the scope of this document.
With this and future versions of 9100 software, when installing an update file over any prior software
release on a terminal with a TDM50, TDM100, or TDM150 dispenser, the cassette multiple amount will
need to be reconfigured before the terminal will go into service**.
**Note - In this situation, if an update file is loaded from Triton Connect, the machine can only be put into
service by configuring the cassette multiple amount in Management Functions at the terminal. Subsequent update loads will not require this step.
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FULLY SUPPORTS TDM-2XX RETURN CODES
This release fully supports the TDM-2XX return codes. There are two classes of return codes where one
is a soft error that the terminal will accept and retry the failed command. The second class is a fatal error
and will cause the terminal to not retry and go out of service with the error code.
TEST DISPENSE WITH TDM-2XX RETURN CODE INTACT
The TDM-2XX reports a status of the test dispense operation. This release corrects the reporting of that
status information.
TEST FOR TDM-1XXS BEFORE TDM-2XXS
This release corrects the problem of newer TDM firmware that responds to both command sets of the
TDM product line. These command sets changes the way that cassettes are managed and error codes
that are reported. This release will test for a single cassette TDM before testing for a TDM multi-cassette
mechanism.
CORRECTING THE SCREEN FLOW FOR THE PRINTER O FF-LINE NOTIFICATION
The Printer off-line notification will now return the customer to the Transaction Cancelled screen then to
the Welcome Screen when the No is selected or the screen exhausts its timeout waiting for input from the
customer.
A UTO RECOVERY FROM 139 PRINTER ERROR (9100 ONLY )
This maintenance release adds the capability to the terminal to auto-recover from an 139 error if possible.
The 139 error condition indicates that the terminal experienced a problem with the printer. Previous
releases required the Terminal Owner to restart the terminal and then reset the error. Now if the printer
recovers from the error, the terminal will constantly test for this state and automatically reset the error and
return into service. If paper was out when this error occurred, within 30 seconds of paper being reloaded,
the terminal will go back in service.
DEFAULT PASSWORD DETECTION
The terminal will no longer go into service if the Master and/or Administration passwords are configured
in their default setting. A new error code (246) will be displayed when the passwords are in their default
state. The terminal will detect this condition and go out of service. On the “Out of Service” screen,
no error information will be displayed. The following are screen captures of this state. This error
code will not clear until the Master and/or the Administration passwords are changed from their
default state.
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The default MASTER password is ‘123456’ and the default ADMINISTRATION password is ‘987654’.
1.
The following screen appears. Select
MANAGEMENT option.
4.
The Main Menu appears. Select CONFIGURE TERMINAL (multi-host) or PASSWORD MAINTENANCE.
246
2.
Enter the default MASTER password
‘123456’.
3.
The following prompt appears. Select
MANAGEMENT option.
5.
246
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6.
Select MASTER PASSWORD option. 7.
Select ADMINISTRATION PASSWORD
Enter a new Master password.
option. To view current Administration password,
select VIEW.
NOTE: The terminal Master password consists
of 4-12 digits (no characters).
To change the Administration password, select
CHANGE. Enter a new Administration password.
NOTE: The Administration password consists of
4-12 digits (no characters).
* NOTE *
If you use the same password for both the MASTER and ADMINISTRATION functions, the
ATM defaults to the MASTER functions, the highest level options. Never use the
identical password for both MASTER and ADMINISTRATION!
8.
Exit out of Management Functions. The password(s) have been changed. Enter the new
Master or Administration password to enter Management functions.
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(8100 / 9100 ATM)
CANADA
(MAR, 07)
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NEW CHANGES
The following describes new changes implemented in the latest (Mar, 07) 8100/9100 Canada software
release.
This supplement describes additional features that make up this software. This software release also
pertains to the Model 8100 terminal software, providing a single load file for updating 9100 or 8100
terminals.
1.
TDM Support
2.
Fully Supports TDM-2XX Return Codes
3.
Test Dispense with TDM-2XX Return Code Intact
4.
Test for TDM-1XXs before TDM-2XXs
5.
Auto Recovery from 139 Printer Error (9100 only)
6.
CRC Validation Request and Response Messages
7.
Default Password Detection
8.
Changes to the Communication Specification
TDM SUPPORT
The Triton 9100 ATM system supports a variety of TDM dispenser mechanisms (TDM-100/150, TDM200/250 etc.) with this release. The approach has been to provide a common dispenser-resident firmware
package for all TDM dispensers, making the terminal SW interface common to all types.
For the dual feed channel TDM-2XX dispensers, cassettes A through C are available for configuration.
Cassette D is not supported for any of the TDM dispensers and should appear grayed out on all
Management functions screens. The terminal immediately flags non-resident cassettes as “Out of Service” once the SW returns from Management functions to customer transactions for multi-feed channel
mechanisms.
Single feed channel dispensers such as the TDM-50 for the 8100 and TDM-1XX dispensers for the 9100
display only cassette A, all other cassettes will appear grayed out. The cassette type has a default setting
of ‘Cash’. They are automatically placed “In Service” after boot. The “In-Service” configuration and
status items do not apply to single feed channel dispensers. Only the value parameter requires configuration after a full load. TDM-50 dispensers are single “fixed bin” dispensers (no actual cassette). The
terms cassette and bin may be used interchangeably in the scope of this document.
With this and future versions of 9100 software, when installing an update file over any prior software
release on a terminal with a TDM50, TDM100, or TDM150 dispenser, the cassette multiple amount will
need to be reconfigured before the terminal will go into service**.
**Note - In this situation, if an update file is loaded from Triton Connect, the machine can only be put into
service by configuring the cassette multiple amount in Management Functions at the terminal. Subsequent update loads will not require this step.
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FULLY SUPPORTS TDM-2XX RETURN CODES
This release fully supports the TDM-2XX return codes. There are two classes of return codes where one
is a soft error that the terminal will accept and retry the failed command. The second class is a fatal error
and will cause the terminal to not retry and go out of service with the error code.
TEST DISPENSE WITH TDM-2XX RETURN CODE INTACT
The TDM-2XX reports a status of the test dispense operation. This release corrects the reporting of that
status information.
TEST FOR TDM-1XXS BEFORE TDM-2XXS
This release corrects the problem of newer TDM firmware that responds to both command sets of the
TDM product line. These command sets changes the way that cassettes are managed and error codes
that are reported. This release will test for a single cassette TDM before testing for a TDM multi-cassette
mechanism.
A UTO RECOVERY FROM 139 PRINTER ERROR (9100 ONLY )
This maintenance release adds the capability to the terminal to auto-recover from an 139 error if possible.
The 139 error condition indicates that the terminal experienced a problem with the printer. Previous
releases required the Terminal Owner to restart the terminal and then reset the error. Now if the printer
recovers from the error, the terminal will constantly test for this state and automatically reset the error and
return into service. If paper was out when this error occurred, within 30 seconds of paper being reloaded,
the terminal will go back in service.
CRC VALIDATION REQUEST AND RESPONSE MESSAGES
This release adds the ability for the terminal to use a CRC to validate messages to/from the acquirers. if
the host sends a ‘ub’ FID (described in the CHANGES TO THE COMMUNICATION SPECIFICATION section of
this supplement), the terminal will validate the CRC instead of the LRC of the dial-up message. If the CRC
validation fails, the terminal/acquirer shall follow the protocol for an invalid LRC.
DEFAULT PASSWORD DETECTION
The terminal will no longer go into service if the Master and/or Administration passwords are configured
in their default setting. A new error code (246) will be displayed when the passwords are in their default
state. The terminal will detect this condition and go out of service. On the “Out of Service” screen,
no error information will be displayed. The following are screen captures of this state. This error
code will not clear until the Master and/or the Administration passwords are changed from their
default state.
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The default MASTER password is ‘123456’ and the default ADMINISTRATION password is ‘987654’.
1.
The following screen appears. Select
MANAGEMENT option.
4.
The Main Menu appears. Select CONFIGURE TERMINAL (multi-host) or PASSWORD MAINTENANCE.
246
2.
Enter the default MASTER password
‘123456’.
3.
The following prompt appears. Select
MANAGEMENT option.
5.
246
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Select PASSWORD MAINTENANCE.
SUPPLEMENT E
6.
Select MASTER PASSWORD option. 7.
Select ADMINISTRATION PASSWORD
Enter a new Master password.
option. To view current Administration password,
select VIEW.
NOTE: The terminal Master password consists
of 4-12 digits (no characters).
To change the Administration password, select
CHANGE. Enter a new Administration password.
NOTE: The Administration password consists of
4-12 digits (no characters).
* NOTE *
If you use the same password for both the MASTER and ADMINISTRATION functions, the
ATM defaults to the MASTER functions, the highest level options. Never use the
identical password for both MASTER and ADMINISTRATION!
8.
Exit out of Management Functions. The password(s) have been changed. Enter the new
Master or Administration password to enter Management functions.
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CHANGES TO THE C OMMUNICATION SPECIFICATION
The following changes have been made to Triton Standard Communications in order to support the new
functionality of this release.
Misc FID ‘ub’
The following new FID will be utilized (as described in the Triton Terminal Communications Protocol
and message Format Specification) to validate request and/or response messages. If the 'ub' FID is
present in the response message to the terminal, the terminal will validate the CRC and not the LRC of
the message when dial-up message protocol. The following describes the CRC calculation.
16-bit CRC.
4 ASCII characters that represent the CRC-16 two byte checksum.
Each character represents a 4-bit hexadecimal numeral (0-9, A-F).
Uses the ANSI CRC-16 error checking protocol standard.
For a request message the 16-bit CRC calculation starts with the first character after the STX, and ends
with the last character before the ETX, includes four ASCII zeros for the 'ub' field, and excludes the
LRC. The result is the four ASCII characters that is placed in the 'ub' field in msb to lsb order. The host
must also calculate the CRC by substituting the four ASCII character CRC result in the 'ub' field with
four ASCII zeros, then compare the results. The converse should be performed for the response
message.
The Triton TCP/IP protocol does not contain an STX, ETX, nor LRC, and includes a two-byte TCP/IP
message length in the CRC Calculation.
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SUPPLEMENT F
(8100 / 9100 ATM)
UK
(MAR, 07)
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NEW CHANGES
The following describes new changes implemented in the latest (Mar, 07) 8100/9100 UK software release
with EMV support..
This supplement describes additional features/changes that make up this software. This software release also pertains to the Model 8100 terminal software, providing a single load file for updating 9100 or
8100 terminals.
1.
TDM Support
2.
Fully Supports TDM-2XX Return Codes
3.
Test Dispense with TDM-2XX Return Code Intact
4.
Test for TDM-1XXs before TDM-2XXs
5.
Correcting the Screen Flow for the Printer Off-line Notification
6.
Auto Recovery from 139 Printer Error (9100 only)
7.
PIN Blocking being Cleared between EMV Transaction
8.
Terminal Dispenses Cash after Remove Card Prompt
9.
Upload Load Files can cause Long EMV Transaction Times
10. VISA AIDS
11. Configurabler Delay to when Predial Starts
12. Default Password Detection
TDM SUPPORT
The Triton 9100 ATM system supports a variety of TDM dispenser mechanisms (TDM-100/150, TDM200/250 etc.) with this release. The approach has been to provide a common dispenser-resident firmware
package for all TDM dispensers, making the terminal SW interface common to all types.
For the dual feed channel TDM-2XX dispensers, cassettes A through C are available for configuration.
Cassette D is not supported for any of the TDM dispensers and should appear grayed out on all
Management functions screens. The terminal immediately flags non-resident cassettes as “Out of Service” once the SW returns from Management functions to customer transactions for multi-feed channel
mechanisms.
Single feed channel dispensers such as the TDM-50 for the 8100 and TDM-1XX dispensers for the 9100
display only cassette A, all other cassettes will appear grayed out. The cassette type has a default setting
of ‘Cash’. They are automatically placed “In Service” after boot. The “In-Service” configuration and
status items do not apply to single feed channel dispensers. Only the value parameter requires configuration after a full load. TDM-50 dispensers are single “fixed bin” dispensers (no actual cassette). The
terms cassette and bin may be used interchangeably in the scope of this document.
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With this and future versions of 9100 software, when installing an update file over any prior software
release on a terminal with a TDM50, TDM100, or TDM150 dispenser, the cassette multiple amount will
need to be reconfigured before the terminal will go into service**.
**Note - In this situation, if an update file is loaded from Triton Connect, the machine can only be put into
service by configuring the cassette multiple amount in Management Functions at the terminal. Subsequent update loads will not require this step.
FULLY SUPPORTS TDM-2XX RETURN CODES
This release fully supports the TDM-2XX return codes. There are two classes of return codes where one
is a soft error that the terminal will accept and retry the failed command. The second class is a fatal error
and will cause the terminal to not retry and go out of service with the error code.
TEST DISPENSE WITH TDM-2XX RETURN CODE INTACT
The TDM-2XX reports a status of the test dispense operation. This release corrects the reporting of that
status information.
TEST FOR TDM-1XXS BEFORE TDM-2XXS
This release corrects the problem of newer TDM firmware that responds to both command sets of the
TDM product line. These command sets changes the way that cassettes are managed and error codes
that are reported. This release will test for a single cassette TDM before testing for a TDM multi-cassette
mechanism.
CORRECTING THE SCREEN FLOW FOR THE PRINTER O FF-LINE NOTIFICATION
The Printer off-line notification will now return the customer to the Transaction Cancelled screen then to
the Welcome Screen when the No is selected or the screen exhausts its timeout waiting for input from the
customer.
A UTO RECOVERY FROM 139 PRINTER ERROR (9100 ONLY )
This maintenance release adds the capability to the terminal to auto-recover from an 139 error if possible.
The 139 error condition indicates that the terminal experienced a problem with the printer. Previous
releases required the Terminal Owner to restart the terminal and then reset the error. Now if the printer
recovers from the error, the terminal will constantly test for this state and automatically reset the error and
return into service. If paper was out when this error occurred, within 30 seconds of paper being reloaded,
the terminal will go back in service.
PIN BLOCK NOT BEING C LEARED BETWEEN EMV TRANSACTIONS
The PIN block is now cleared at that beginning of every Transaction including EMV transactions.
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TERMINAL DISPENSES CASH AFTER REMOVE CARD PROMPT
At the end of an EMV Transaction, if the customer does not remove their card when prompted the
terminal cancels the transaction and reverses the transaction with the host.
UPDATE LOAD FILES CAN CAUSE LONG EMV TRANSACTION TIME
Update files contain a minimum set of default parameters. These files contain the parameter for the Card
reader timeout during EMV data exchanges.
VISA AIDS
Three new VISA AIDs were added to the terminal. They are as follows:
Visa Electron (AID: 0xA0000000032010)
Visa Interlink (AID: 0xA0000000033010)
Visa Plus (AID: 0xA0000000038010)
All VISA AIDs will be defaulted to disabled. This AIDs must be enabled through Management functions
or Triton Connect.
CONFIGURABLE DELAY TO WHEN PREDIAL STARTS
For locations with faster communication times, this release includes a parameter that adjust the time when
predial starts. The predial delay is set to zero (0) which does not change any timing in both load files.
DEFAULT PASSWORD DETECTION
The terminal will no longer go into service if the Master and/or Administration passwords are configured
in their default setting. A new error code (246) will be displayed when the passwords are in their default
state. The terminal will detect this condition and go out of service. On the “Out of Service” screen,
no error information will be displayed. The following are screen captures of this state. This error
code will not clear until the Master and/or the Administration passwords are changed from their
default state.
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SUPPLEMENT F
The default MASTER password is ‘123456’ and the default ADMINISTRATION password is ‘987654’.
1.
The following screen appears. Select
MANAGEMENT option.
4.
The Main Menu appears. Select CONFIGURE TERMINAL (multi-host) or PASSWORD MAINTENANCE.
246
2.
Enter the default MASTER password
‘123456’.
3.
The following prompt appears. Select
MANAGEMENT option.
5.
246
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Select PASSWORD MAINTENANCE.
MODEL 9100 USER MANUAL
6.
Select MASTER PASSWORD option. 7.
Select ADMINISTRATION PASSWORD
Enter a new Master password.
option. To view current Administration password,
select VIEW.
NOTE: The terminal Master password consists
of 4-12 digits (no characters).
To change the Administration password, select
CHANGE. Enter a new Administration password.
NOTE: The Administration password consists of
4-12 digits (no characters).
* NOTE *
If you use the same password for both the MASTER and ADMINISTRATION functions, the
ATM defaults to the MASTER functions, the highest level options. Never use the
identical password for both MASTER and ADMINISTRATION!
8.
Exit out of Management Functions. The password(s) have been changed. Enter the new
Master or Administration password to enter Management functions.
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