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Used to indicate operations to be exclusively carried out by skilled staff in charge of machine maintenance. The maintenance technician is exclusively authorized to keep the MICROSWITCH ENABLING KEY, necessary to cut out the safety systems.
VENDING MACHINE INFORMATION
Information for the Maintenance Technician
The vending machine must be installed at a well-lit location sheltered from bad weather, dry, not dusty, and with a floor suitable for supporting the machine weight. To guarantee the vending machine correct operation and reliability over time, we recommend keeping the: - ambient temperature at +1 / +32C; - highest permitted humidity at 90% (without condensation water). For special set-ups not described in this manual, please contact your local dealer, importer to your own country. Should they not be available, contact the Manufacturer directly. Our AUTHORIZED CUSTOMER SERVICE centers can be contacted for any explanation and information concerning the good operation of our vending machines, and to fulfil any spare part orders or technical support requests.
This manual contains several types of warning, to draw the readers attention to several degrees of danger or required skills. Each warning consists of a symbol and a message, suggesting operating procedures or behaviors, and supplying useful information for the correct operation of the vending machine. Warning
Used to stress danger situations for the machine operators, supply operators and maintenance technicians, as well as the vending machine and the product to dispense.
The Maintenance Technician is requested to be perfectly aware of and to technically comply with the safety warnings contained in this manual, to make sure that all installation, start-up, use and maintenance operations can be carried out safely. The Maintenance Technician will supply the access keys to the vending machine internal parts to another operator ( Supply operator ), it being understood that the Maintenance Technician remains responsible for any operation involving the vending machine. This manual makes an integral part of the vending machine supply and should always be kept available for consultation before carrying out any operation involving the vending machine.
any form of vending machine servicing conflicting with the indications contained in this manual; any tampering with parts and/or safety devices which has not been previously authorized by the Manufacturer or is carried out, in any case, by staff not authorized to perform such operations; any vending machine location not recommended in this manual.
Vending machine identification
Recommended use and description
BP 56/BP 36 is a vending machine with a showcase in the front, for dispensing packaged food and beverages such as confectionery, crisps, cans, bottles etc. The standard vending machine BP 56 is supplied with 5 trays, but can be supplied with 7 trays on request. The standard vending machine BP 56 is supplied with 5 trays, but can be supplied with 6 trays on request. According to customer requirements, they can have different set-ups (the tray arrangement is shown in section 4.2). The vending machine BP 56/BP 36 has been designed for the sale and dispensing of packaged products which do not need refrigerated nor constant temperature storage. On this subject, please follow the instructions provided on the packages concerning product storage tips and best before dates. The vending machine BP 56/BP 36 is not a refrigerator, but enables all the same to mildly refrigerate the products loaded on the trays. Any other use should be considered a misuse, which as such, implies risks. Do not put potentially dangerous products into the product bins which may become flammable when exposed to high temperatures. Important
Identifying data plate
The vending machine is identified by its name, model and serial number contained in the special data plate (Fig. 2). The machine data plate contains the following information: - Manufacturers name; - marks of compliance; - model; - serial no.; - year of construction; - mains voltage(V); - mains frequency (Hz); - electrical power consumption (W); - max power of the bulb to use (W); - refrigerating unit class; - type and charge of refrigerating gas used. Warning
Should any damages of any kind be noticed, these should be pointed out to the forwarder and a claim should be immediately submitted to the importer or dealer. If there is not an importer or dealer in your country, contact the Manufacturer directly.
After unpacking the vending machine, pick up the key from the coin return slot (Fig. 10).
A bag called CUSTOMER KIT is supplied with the vending machine. All the objects listed in figure 13 are contained in this kit.
- Instruction manual. - Power cord. - Door safety microswitch disabling key (Maintenance Technician). - Price labels; - Operating Instructions label; - Coin box label. - Label shield.
Insert the key in the lock, turn the handle clockwise and open the door (Fig. 11).
Vending machine positioning
Remove the adhesive tape used to secure the spirals and sliding guides(Fig. 12).
The vending machine is not designed for outdoor installation. Do not install the vending machine at locations where the ambient temperature is lower than +1C or higher than 32C nor at very humid or dusty locations. Remove the ventilation grill (8 - Fig. 1) and move the vending machine to its selected installation location with a pallet truck (Fig. 14).
Lift the vending machine and arrange its 4 foot supports (Fig. 15).
If the vending machine must be installed next to a wall, make sure that a gap of at least 8 cm is left between the back side of the machine and the wall, not to block the air outlet grill in the machine back side (Fig. 17).
Fig. 17 Fig. 15
If the vending machine must be anchored to the wall, proceed as follows: prepare the two special fixing brackets in the back side of the vending machine (Fig. 18);
Place the machine on the floor and adjust its foot supports until levelling is achieved (Fig. 16).
- fix the brackets to the wall using two screw anchors (Fig. 19).
The vending machine inside of figure 21 shows one of the possible configurations offered by the Manufacturer.
Make sure that the floor gradient is smaller than 2. Install the air suction grill and the air outlet grill (Fig. 20), and make sure that the air flow is not hindered by obstacles.
Bottle tray Can tray
The lower trays must be used for can and bottle dispensing because: - the storage temperature is lower; - items are dropped from a smaller height.
Air suction grill Air outlet grill The bottle tray has an adjustable stop bar (Fig. 22), useful in the feeding phase to make contact with the bottle tops. This causes bottles to be dropped into the product dispensing tray at the right angle (see section 8.4 for correct stop bar adjustment).
Adjustable stop bar
In the can and bottle trays, guides are mounted to facilitate bottle and can feeding during the dispensing phase (Fig. 23).
The tray and spiral arrangement supplied with the standard version of the vending machine represents, in the Manufacturers opinion, an ideal design to supply different types of product. However, other types of spiral are available on request, which can be used to dispense any type of product. Additionally, it is possible to install up to 7 trays on the BP 56 vending machine, complete with their special spirals.
Snack trays can have either single spirals (Fig. 24) or double spirals (Fig. 25), controlled by a single motor.
Spiral motor and tray connection
In the event of a single motor powering two spirals, the spirals (one on the right side, one on the left side) must have the same pitch. To help product feeding, a sliding guide must be inserted under each spiral (Fig. 25).
On the right side of the trays are 7 connectors (6 on BP 36) which can be used for as many trays. The tray arrangement and tray connection to their special connectors determine the selection number of the product to be dispensed. The diagram of figure 26 shows the vending machine division into cells at the crossing points between rows (corresponding to the number of connectors, top-down : 1-2-3-4-5-6-7) and columns (corresponding to the positions of the spirals in the tray, left to right: 1-2-3-45-6-7-8).
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SELECTION A (see fig. 26) To determine the code corresponding to selection A, indicate first of all the corresponding row number, i.e. 1, and then, the corresponding column number, i.e. 3,. The final code will be 13. In this case, the tray includes 4 double spirals, and the number of columns which can be selected corresponds to the left-hand spiral (1-3-5-7). We advise to maintain this setting to obtain homogenous machine set-ups. SELECTION B (see fig. 26) To determine the code corresponding to selection B, the corresponding row number is 3, the corresponding column number is 6,, and the resulting code will be 36. SELECTION C (see fig. 26) To determine the code corresponding to selection C, the corresponding row number is 6, the corresponding column number is 2, and the resulting code will be 62.
To comply with the Machine Directive 89/392, with the Low Voltage Directive EEC 73/23 and with the Marking Directive EEC 93/68, SAECO INTERNATIONAL GROUP has set up a technical file for the vending machine BP 56/BP 36 in its offices, by acknowledging in the design phase the standards listed below: EN 55014 EN 61000-3-3 EN 61000-4-3 EN 61000-4-5 IEC 335-2-75 EN 6100-3-2 EN 61000-4-2 EN 61000-4-4 EN 61000-4-11 IEC 60335-2-24
Human error preventing precautions: - increase the workers awareness of safety issues; - handle the vending machine safely, both when it is still packaged and after unpacking; - becoming familiar with the machine installation procedure, operation and limits; - dispose of the vending machine safely and in compliance with the workers health protection and environment protection standards in force.
The Manufacturer declines all responsibility for damages to persons or property caused by non-compliance with the safety standards described in this section.
As far as safety issues are concerned, three classes of workers exist with different requirements: Users The user is not allowed to access the inside of the vending machine in any way.
Supply operator His tasks include product supply (after obtaining from the Maintenance Technician the key giving access to the inside of the vending machine), carrying out vending machine external cleaning and start/stop operations. Warning
It is forbidden for the Supply operator to carry out tasks which are described in this manual as belonging to the Maintenance Technician.
Maintenance Technician The only worker authorized to carry out and start programming operations, adjustment operations, set-up and maintenance operations.
This operation - necessary to start up the equipment - will disable the machine safety system. Therefore, this operation should only be carried out by skilled staff (Maintenance Technician), fully aware of the risks implied by the presence of live parts or moving parts.
The vending machine is equipped with a safety switch that disconnects power to the entire system whenever a door is opened. The Maintenance Technician can carry out programming or set-up operations, after introducing the special key in the safety switch (Fig. 35) In this way, voltage can be restored with an open door, too.
DESCRIPTION OF CONTROLS
Use of the vending machine
Before using the vending machine, it is necessary to have read this manual and acquire a good understanding of the vending machine The operating instructions are contained in the data plate provided in the vending machine front.
User The keypad includes nine numeric keys which can be used for product selection.
Plug the vending machine into the mains socket as shown in section 4.7. The machine display will then read this message: SELFDIAGNOSIS PLEASE WAIT. Self-configuration will start and all the earlier settings will be checked: presence and operation status of the motors; arrangement of the available trays; presence of a TIME KEEPER.
By providing access to the programming and maintenance menus (see section 7.4), some keys acquire important functions for setting the programming parameters: :
Any faults, which may be observed during the selfconfiguration cycle, are stored in the machine memory, for the vending machine to signal them to the user, after quitting the self-diagnosis phase The Programming and Maintenance Menus are adjusted to the vending machine tray configuration. After completing the self-configuration phase, the vending machine prepares for operation, or alternatively, sets itself to OUT OF SERVICE, if any faults are detected. To protect the compressor and prolong its working life, after switching the vending machine on, the compressor will remain off for 4 or 5 minutes. In this way, the compressor will not be started while the refrigerator circuit is still under pressure.
ENTER Whenever this key is pressed, it gives access to the next programming level. Additionally, it enables to modify the current use value. CANCEL Whenever this key is pressed, it gives access to the previous programming level. UP Whenever this key is pressed, it gives access to the previous menu at the same level. If pressed after requesting a value modification with ENTER, it will increase the value. DOWN Whenever this key is pressed, it gives access to the next menu at the same level. If pressed after requesting a value modification with ENTER, it will decrease the value.
DEC. POINT POSIT >00.000<
DEC. POINT POSIT
COUNTRY CODE 00039 SCALING FACTOR 0001
COUNTRY CODE 00042 SCALING FACTOR 0001 SCALING FACTOR 0010 SCALING FACTOR 0100 SCALING FACTOR 1000
COIN VALIDATOR >YES< BANKNOTE VALIDAT >YES< INHIBITION LEVEL >HI< RECHARGE >YES< SYSTEM MANAGEMENT V.M. CODE >0000< CLOCK >00:00 L16 FEB2003<
Vending machine code to be assigned by the Maintenance Technician.
TEMPERATURE >00< TEXT STAND-BY >STAND-BY< TEXT DISPENSING >DISPENSING< TEXT OUT OF SERV >OUT OF SERVICE< ACTIVATE RESET >NO< SERIAL NUMBER >00000< CHANGE PASSWORD
The setting value is comprised between 8 and 15.
7.4.2 Enter password After entering the password, access can be obtained to the next menu. A default password is pre-set: <00000>, therefore, you will not be prompted to enter your password. Make a note of the new password if you change it.
- Ref. Card It allows to set a card maximum value. (Cashless systems). Cards with higher values cannot be used. - Point position It allows to set the point position of the decimal in the credit. - Nation code It allows setting the Nation code (international dialling code). - Scale factor It allows to set the number of zeros fixed in the credit. - Parallel coiner enabling It allows enabling/disabling the parallel coiner. - Banknote reader enabling It allows enabling/disabling the banknote reader - Reader inhibition level It allows to set the banknote reader inhibition level (high/ low). - Recharge enabling It allows enabling/disabling the Saeco Card recharge.
7.4.3 Language It allows to select the language to be used by the machine.
7.4.4 Price management If the vending machine has been sold to a monolingual country (France, Germany, etc.), after pressing the programming key (Fig. 37), the machine display will read PRICE MANAGEMENT. The price of each available product selection can be set from this menu (25 price settings are available). For quicker management, one global price can be set (i.e. all the selections will have one single price) with GLOBAL SETTING. To change price for each individual selection, go to the INDIVIDUAL SETTING menu. When the clock module (TIME KEEPER) is installed on the vending machine, 2 different prices, active at given times only, can be set. If the TIME KEEPER is not installed, only the ALWAYS FREE (default option) and NEVER FREE functions can be set.
STANDARD PRICES S 41: >01< >0050<
After pressing the programming key (Fig. 37), you will have to: - enter the password (if it is different from 00000); - press the key , to obtain access to the SALES MANAGEMENT menu; - press the key twice, to obtain access to the PRICE VALUES item and set the required values (from 01 to 25). Example: PRICE 01 = Cents 50 enter with key. PRICE 02 = Cents 65 enter with key. - press the key , to return to the PRICE VALUES item; - press the key , to return to the SELECTION PRICES item; - press the key twice and the key once, to obtain access to the SINGLE PROGRAMMING item; - press the key to obtain access to the STANDARD PRICES item and set the required price (Cents 50) for selection 41, then enter with the key. - press the key , to obtain access to the STANDARD PRICES item and set the required price (Cents 65) for selection 42, then enter with the key - quit programming with the keys and ;.
STANDARD PRICES S 42: >02< >0065<
Price 02: corresponds to Cents 65 associated with selection of code 42
Example of TEMPERATURE setting
V.M. CODE >0000<
After pressing the programming key (Fig. 37), you will have to: - enter your password (if different from 00000); - keep pressing the key until the SYSTEM MANAGEMENT menu is opened; - press the key , to obtain access to the V.M. CODE item and set the required values (from 01 to 25). - press the key for access to the TEMPERATURE item; - set the temperature value (12) using the numeric keys; to enter; - press the key - quit programming with the keys and.
This section describes how to set, modify or check the vending machine maintenance parameters.
7.5.1 Access to the maintenance menus Open the access door and disable the safety device (see section 5.4) after obtaining the special key from the Maintenance Technician. Press the right-hand red button provided in the lower part of the CPU card (Fig. 38), to obtain access to the maintenance menus. To quit the programming menus and return to normal machine operation, proceed as follows: - press the button shown in figure 39 once again; - remove the key from the safety switch, in order to switch the vending machine off; - close the door and wait until the self-configuration process has been completed.
STATISTIC V.M. CODE <0000000> TOTAL COINS >00< TOTAL BANKNOTES >00< CARD-IN >0.00< CARD-OUT >0.00< OVERPAY >0.00< CARD DISCOUNT >0.00< CARD INCREASE >0.00< SELECTIONS FREE VEND >000000< TOTAL SALES >0.00< PARTIAL COUNTERS TOTAL SELECTIONS >000000< PRICE >0.00< SELECTION nm >000000< STANDARD nm >000000< VALUES
NOTE Use key and to move within the menu. Press key (Enter) to confirm the current selection Press key to go back to the previous level.
4 banknote denominations are displayable
The number of brewing for each price can be displayed
Partial counter of each selection.
DIVERSIF.1 nm >000000< DIVERSIF.2 nm >000000< DIVERSIF.SC nm >000000<
RESET DATA <E> HISTORIC COUNTERS BREAKDOWN MOTORS TOTAL SELECTIONS >000000< MOTORS BREAKDOWN >00< BREAKDOWN RESET >NO< CHECK MOTORS SINGLE MOTOR MOTOR >OK< nm SELECTION nm >000000< nm
Five error codes can be displayed.
MOTOR nm >BREAKDOWN 04<
Possible messages: - FAULTY - OK - NOT AVAILABLE
ERROR LOG NN RESET ERROR LOG? >Y< N
ERROR LOG MxxEyy ddMMM hh:mm
7.5.2 Partial counters The following information is displayed in this menu: - total number of selections dispensed by the vending machine; - partial number of dispensed selections; - standard selections; - free selections.
FAULT Fault 51 Timing of motor microswitch switching not correct.
CURE Inspect the motor and remove the cause of the problem, reset and reinspect the motors. If the problem still persists, contact our Authorized Customer Service center. Remove the cause of the problem, reset and reinspect the motors. If the problem still persists, contact our Authorized Customer Service center. Replace the motor, reset and check the motors. Reset and check the motors.
Fault 52 Excessive current absorption by one motor. 7.5.3 Data reset Access to the DATA RESET item can only be obtained if YES had been set in the RESET VALIDATION item of the SYSTEM MANAGEMENT menu (programming menus). If NO had been set in that item, the DATA RESET item will not be displayed. , you will reset the data displayed By pressing the key in the PARTIAL COUNTERS menu. If a TIME KEEPER feature is available, by pressing the key , the data displayed in the STATISTICS menu will also be reset.
Fault 53 Motor working even when not controlled. Fault 54 Power cut occurred during product dispensing cycle.
Fault 55 Motor presence detected.
Check the wiring connections and remove the causes of the problem. Reset and check the motors.
7.5.4 History counters This menu displays the number of total and partial selections dispensed by the vending machine. In this case, data reset will not be possible.
After every trouble reset, the motors which had caused the problem should be re-inspected.
7.5.5 Motor faults This menu displays the diagnostics of the connected motors and indicates the relevant motor status. The following messages can be read on the machine display: - FAULT 53 (53 = fault code) - OK - NOT AVAILABLE The types of fault and their corresponding identification codes (see chart below) are also indicated.
7.5.6 Motor check Each individual motor, or all the motors in a sequence, can be checked from this menu. During individual motor checking, the motor status is displayed in the second line of the display.
Failures Automatic reset Manual reset Eeprom memory (code 16) Timekeeper missing (code 25) Refrigerator temp. sensor (code 27) Frost sensor (code 29) Position of decimal point (code 31)
Motor switching (code 51) Motor overcurrent (code 52) Motor out of control (code 53) Motor powerdown (code 54) Motor timeout (code 55)
7.5.8 Error log It displays the last 30 errors occurred
CLEANING, PRODUCT SUPPLY, ADJUSTMENTS AND MAINTENANCE
Refer to section 4.2 for tray and spiral arrangement. Supply cans and bottles starting from the innermost part (motor side), until there is no available space left on any spiral (Fig. 40).
To guarantee smooth vending machine operation, cleaning operations should be carried out regularly. The numbers shown in brackets here below are referred to figure 1. Daily Use a damp cloth or food contact-approved detergents to clean the showcase (6), the product dispensing tray (8), the control panel (keypad, display, etc.) and the operating instructions label case (32) Weekly Use a damp cloth and a dry air jet to clean the ventilation grill (9). Important
Now supply the snack bags horizontally (Fig. 41) until there is no available space left on any spiral.
During loading and cleaning operations, do not stress the following electrical parts: electronic board, door switch, door wiring interconnections and do not clean these parts with a wet cloth.
General tips for good operation
Finally, supply the snack packs vertically (Fig. 42) until there is no available space left on any spiral.
- Make sure that the products are free to move. - Allow enough space between one tray and the next. - If possible, do not place bags side by side if their ends could become entangled during feeding. - Supply cans to the bottom tray. - Preferably use 25 cl cans. - Supply the largest bags to the middle trays.
Open the door and pull the trays out until they stop (Fig. 39).
Position the bags making sure that their ends will not become entangled during feeding.
Stop bar adjustment
The bottle tray is equipped with an (adjustable) angle bar, designed to cause the bottles to fall correctly into the dispensing tray. This stop bar needs adjustment if the distance between the bar and the bottle cap is not the recommended distance (Fig. 43).
To adjust the stop bar, proceed as follows: - open the door and pull the tray out until it stops; - unscrew the locking screws provided in the vertical rods(Fig. 44);
Too low stop bar
- place a bottle in the lane, with its cap resting against the bar, and move the bar manually until the right position adjustment is obtained (Fig. 45);
Too high stop bar
Correctly positioned stop bar.
- connect the two electric connectors (Fig. 54);
- mount the right-hand spiral and the left-hand spiral; - mount the double spiral in the corresponding lane (Fig. 55);
- pull the tray all the way out (Fig. 57);
- replace the tray into the vending machine and adjust the spirals according to the instructions provided in section 8.5.
- remove the tray right-hand guide by unscrewing the front screw (Fig. 58);
Tray arrangement modification
The arrangement of the trays inside the vending machine can be modified by moving the guides which support the trays. To carry out this operation, it is necessary to: - remove the connector corresponding to the tray to move (Fig. 56);
- remove and then reposition the guide, by inserting its rear part into the required seat in the vertical rod (Fig. 59). Lock it in place with the front screw that had been removed earlier;
- remove and then reposition the corresponding left-hand guide by carrying out the same operations. Make sure that the left-hand guide and right-hand guide are mounted at the same height; - replace the tray and restore power input. Important
- wrap the vending machine in a sheet to protect it against dust and humidity; - store the vending machine in a suitable room (room temperature must not be lower than 1C). Do not place any box or equipment on the vending machine.
The tray must be connected to the same connector as before. Otherwise, the product sale parameters will have to re-programmed (chapter 7).
OUT OF SERVICE
Machine not in use or machine storage
The vending machine will go out of service if an error or a fault is detected which causes a function stop. The display will read OUT OF SERVICE and show the code (e.g. ERROR 15) corresponding to the fault that has occurred. If the cause of the problem is not removed by switching the vending machine off and then back on, the vending machine will remain out of service. The following chart lists the displayed faults and possible cures.
If the vending machine is not going to be used or has to be stored for a prolonged period of time, carry out the following operations: - disconnect power to the vending machine ; - empty all trays of any products; - clean the vending machine according to the special instructions of section 8.1;
ERROR 16 ERROR 22 ERROR 24 ERROR 25 ERROR 26
DATA PROCESSING ERROR 1 FLASH PROGRAMMING ERROR DATA PROCESSING ERROR 2 SAECO CARD WITHOUT TIME KEEPER COMPRESSOR WORKING FOR MORE THAN 4 HOURS WITH FAULTY INDICATOR AMBIENT TEMPERATURE INDICATOR FAULT ALL MOTORS NOT AVAILABLE OR FAULTY FROST INDICATOR FAULT
Contact an Authorized Customer Service center. Contact an Authorized Customer Service center. Contact an Authorized Customer Service center. Switch the vending machine off, install the TIME KEEPER and switch back on. This message is displayed after ERROR 27 has persisted for 4 hours. Remove the cause that had produced ERROR 27. Switch the vending machine off. Check the indicator connection and replace it if necessary. Switch the vending machine back on. Check the connections, reset the motor faults and contact an Authorized Customer Service center if necessary. Switch the vending machine off. Check the indicator connection and replace it if necessary. Switch the vending machine back on.
To resume normal operation, the fault that had put the machine out of service must be removed first.
If the error messages 26-27-28-29 are displayed, after removing the cause of the problem, the Maintenance menu key (Fig. 36) must be held down for over 5 seconds, to automatically switch to maintenance status and clear the out-of-service condition automatically.
10 DISPOSING OF THE VENDING MACHINE
Before scrapping the vending machine, disconnect power and remove all products as is described earlier on in this manual. It is advisable to deliver the vending machine to authorized waste collection centers or separate the various materials (ferrous, plastic, electric wiring, etc.) and dispose of them separately.
The vending machine or any of its parts must be disposed of in full compliance with the environment-protection regulations in force locally.
Cod. 1602.971 - Ed. 05 01/04
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