INSTALLATION, USE AND MAINTENANCE MANUAL

MiniSnakky

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DOC. NO. H 271U 00 EDITION 1 2006-06

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Valbrembo, 01/04/2005
Dichiara che la macchina descritta nella targhetta di identificazione, è conforme alle disposizioni legislative delle direttive: 98/37/CE, 89/336, 73/23 CEE e successive modifiche ed integrazioni. Declares that the machine described in the identification plate conforms to the legislative directions of the directives: 98/37/CE, 89/336, 73/23 EEC and further amendments and integrations. Déclare que l’appareil décrit dans la plaque signalétique satisfait aux prescriptions des directives: 98/37/CE, 89/336, 73/23 CEE et modifications/intégrations suivantes. Erklärt, daß das im Typenschild beschriebene Gerät den EWG Richtlinien 98/37/CE, 89/336, 73/23 sowie den folgenden Änderungen/Ergänzungen entspricht. Declara que la máquina descripta en la placa de identificación, resulta conforme a las disposiciones legislativas de las directivas: 98/37/CE, 89/336, 73/23 CEE y modificaciones y integraciones sucesivas. Declara que o distribuidor descrita na chapa de identificação é conforme às disposições legislativas das directivas 98/37/CE, 89/336 e 73/23 CEE e sucessivas modificações e integrações. Verklaart dat de op de identificatieplaat beschreven machine overeenstemt met de bepalingen van de EEG richtlijnen 98/37/CE , 89/336 en 73/23 en de daaropvolgende wijzigingen en aanvullingen. Intygar att maskinen som beskrivs på identifieringsskylten överensstämmer med lagstiftningsföreskrifterna i direktiven: 98/37/CE, 89/336, 73/23 CEE och påföljande och kompletteringar. Det erklæres herved, at automaten angivet på typeskiltet er i overensstemmelse med direktiverne 98/37/CE, 89/336 og 73/23 EU og de senere ændringer og tillæg. Forsikrer under eget ansvar at apparatet som beskrives i identifikasjonsplaten, er i overensstemmelse med vilkårene i EU-direktivene 98/37/CE, 89/336, 73/23 med endringer. Vahvistaa, että arvokyltissä kuvattu laite vastaa EU-direktiivien 98/37/CE, 89/336, 73/23 sekä niihin myöhemmin tehtyjen muutosten määräyksiä.

ANTONIO CAVO C.E.O

00 .TABLE OF CONTENTS INTRODUCTION IDENTIFICATION OF THE VENDING MACHINE IN CASE OF FAILURE TRANSPORT AND STORAGE USING THE VENDING MACHINE POSITIONING THE VENDING MACHINE WARNING FOR INSTALLATION PRECAUTIONS IN USING THE MACHINE WARNING FOR SCRAPPING TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS ACCESSORIES POWER CONSUMPTION VARIABLE COMBINATION LOCK PAGE 2 PAGE 2 PAGE 2 PAGE 2 PAGE 3 PAGE 3 PAGE 3 PAGE 3 PAGE 3 PAGE 4 PAGE 4 PAGE 4 PAGE 5 USER INTERFACE NORMAL OPERATING MODE PAGE 13 PAGE 13 FILLER MENU STATISTICS PRICES FOR SINGLE SELECTIONS SPECIAL SELECTIONS TEST EVADTS TRANSFER PAGE 13 PAGE 14 PAGE 14 PAGE 14 PAGE 15 PAGE 15 TECHNICIAN MENU PRESENT FAILURES PROGRAMMING PARAMETERS STATISTICS TEST MACHINE INFORMATION EVADTS CODE PAGE 16 PAGE 17 PAGE 18 PAGE 20 PAGE 20 PAGE 21 PAGE 21 LOADING AND CLEANING MAIN SWITCH CONFIGURING THE SPIRALS HYGIENE AND MAINTENANCE LOADING PRODUCTS PAGE 6 PAGE 6 PAGE 6 PAGE 7 PAGE 8 MAINTENANCE PRINTED BOARD FUNCTIONS AND INDICATOR LIGHTS SOFTWARE UPDATE PAGE 22 PAGE 22 PAGE 22 INSTALLATION UNPACKING THE VENDING MACHINE MASTER/SLAVE BANK CONNECTING THE VENDING MACHINES CONNECTING THE NUMERIC KEYPAD ASSEMBLING THE VENDING MACHINE ELECTRICAL CONNECTION PAGE 9 PAGE 9 PAGE 9 PAGE 10 PAGE 10 PAGE 11 PAGE 11 TRAY CONFIGURATION PRODUCT SPACERS PRODUCT EJECTOR REPLACING THE SPIRALS REMOVING THE TRAYS CHANGING THE NUMBER OF TRAYS CHANGING THE TRAY CONFIGURATION DISPENSING COMPARTMENT POWER SUPPLY UNIT ACCESS TO THE COOLING UNIT PAGE 23 PAGE 23 PAGE 23 PAGE 23 PAGE 23 PAGE 24 PAGE 24 PAGE 25 PAGE 26 PAGE 26 CONTROLS AND INFORMATION INTERNAL COMPONENTS MAIN SWITCH BANK CONFIGURATION OPERATING MODES PAGE 12 PAGE 12 PAGE 12 PAGE 12 PAGE 13 PROGRAMMING MENU SUMMARY WIRING DIAGRAM PAGE 28 PAGE 36 © by N&W GLOBAL VENDING SpA 1 06 2006 271 .

so as to allow consultation by different operators. Fig.Tel. it is first necessary to carefully read and understand the instructions contained in this manual. indicated on the rating plate attached inside the cabinet on the right side. In most cases. The third chapter describes maintenance operations which involve the use of tools to access potentially dangerous areas.drag the vending machine with ropes or similar. Avoid stacking machines one on top of the other and always keep it upright as indicated by the arrows on the packing. Do not: . operating instructions and maintenance. IDENTIFICATION OF THE VENDING MACHINE AND ITS CHARACTERISTICS Every machine is identified by its own serial number. .lift the vending machine by its sides. The machine can be lifted by a motor-driven or manual forklift truck.035606111 TRANSPORT AND STORAGE To prevent any damage.lift the vending machine with slings or ropes . This plate (see fig. Should there be serious failures or malfunctions. . contact the following: N&W GLOBAL VENDING SpA Via Roma 24 24030 Valbrembo Italy .00 . without using any other tools. Before starting installation and using the machine. and carries all the data which readily and safely give technical information supplied by the manufacturer. This manual is divided into three chapters. The operations described in the second and third chapters must be carried out only by personnel who have the specific knowledge of the machine functioning from a point of view of electrical safety and health regulations. 1) is the only one acknowledged by the manufacturer as the identification of the apparatus. The second chapter contains the instructions for correct installation and all information necessary for optimum use of the machine. .overturn the vending machine. as they offer important information on installation safety. 1 Product code Model Type Operating voltage Absorbed power Refrigeration system class Serial number Frequency Current Type and amount of refrigerant © by N&W GLOBAL VENDING SpA 2 06 2006 271 . The first chapter describes the loading and routine maintenance operations which are carried out in areas of the machine accessible with simple use of the door key.shake the vending machine. It also assists in the spare parts management. before contacting the manufacturer we recommend that this manual be read carefully. any technical problems are corrected by small repair operations. special care should be taken when loading or unloading the vending machine. +39 . The machine should be stored in a dry room where the temperature remains between 0° and 40 °C. and the forks are to be placed underneath the machine from the side clearly indicated by the symbol on the cardboard package. however.IN CASE OF FAILURE INTRODUCTION The technical documentation is part and parcel of the vending machine and must always follow the machine in case it is moved or transfer of ownership.

The right side must be min.keep the machine away from heat sources. therefore the machine can be easily suited to specific needs.regularly check the condition of the door seal to limit any heat dispersion. The integrity of the machine and compliance with the standards of the relevant systems must be checked at least once a year by qualified personnel. spirals and ratiomotors. 8 cm far from the wall to enable the user to insert and remove the key from the lock. where necessary using the approved kits. The composition of the bank of machines and assembly must be carried out only in accordance with the manufacturer's instructions. The machine is sold to be connected to a "master" machine. The compartments are equipped with independent motors and spirals. .WEEE) European directive and by the resulting national laws to prevent any possible negative effect for environment and human health. The left side must be min.adequately dispose of all containers of the products used for loading and cleaning the machine. All models are equipped with variable configuration trays. As a standard. The machine should be positioned with a maximum inclination of 2°. . a minimum distance of 450 mm.). . must be arranged on the opening side of the module. who are trained in the correct use of the machine according to the standards in force.Master machine 2 .Water self-supply module (optional) PRECAUTIONS IN USING THE MACHINE The following precautions will assist in protecting the environment: .g. the vending machine is complete with back spacers that can keep the minimum distance required to guarantee the correct operation of the cooling unit. etc. Colibrì etc. Brio 3. 2 cm far from the wall to enable the user to open the front of the unit by at least 90°. since the reduced electronics does not permit autonomous operation of this vending machine. WARNING FOR SCRAPPING The symbol means that the machine can not be disposed of as common waste. WARNING FOR INSTALLATION The machine installation and the following maintenance operations should be carried out by qualified personnel only.00 . . It must be positioned in a dry room where the temperature remains between 5° and 32° C.use biodegradable products only to clean the machine. If you wish to use the rear module of water self-supply.g. adding or removing dividers. Fig. in large kitchens. © by N&W GLOBAL VENDING SpA 3 06 2006 271 . 2 Minimum distances from the wall 1 . which must be of the numeric combination type. which means that it has to be connected to a "master" machine (e. and not where water jets are used for cleaning (e.) that can control its functions. but it must be disposed of as it is established by the 2002/96/CE (Waste Electrical and Electronics Equipments . For correct disposal of the machine contact the sales point where you have purchased the machine or our after-sales service.USING THE VENDING MACHINE FOR PACKAGED PRODUCTS The machine can operate only as "slave". each selection will continue its operation autonomously even if the other selections are disconnected. The machine can be used only in a bank with another machine that can control the "master/slave" function (e. All trays are preset for the operation up to 6 selections (maximum setting). The various functions are programmed through the selection keypad of the "master" machine.limit as much as possible door opening time during loading operations to avoid temperature increase inside the cabinet and subsequent power consumption. POSITIONING THE VENDING MACHINE The vending machine is not suitable for outdoor installation. The same "master" machine can control a bank with two machines operating as "slave". Brio3 or alike).g.

hourly stand-by power consumption Wh 115 The above power consumption calculated from average data should only be taken as an indication.main switch . and namely: . such as temperature and ventilation of the room where it is installed. POWER CONSUMPTION The machine power consumption depends on many factors.ambient temperature: °C 20 .00 .fuses on transformer primary and secondary windings mm mm mm mm kg 1080 579 935 1454 125 W 215 °C % 32 65 V~ Hz W 230 50 250 ACCESSORIES A wide range of accessories can be installed on the machine to vary its performance.compressor overheating protection .refrigerated box temperature: °C 9 . operating conditions: Ambient temperature Relative humidity Refrigeration system: Compressor's refrigeration output Fan-forced evaporator Programmable defrosting cycle DIMENSIONS Height Width Depth Overall depth with door open Weight . Installation and the following testing operations must be carried out exclusively by personnel who have a specific knowledge of the machine functions from a point of view of electrical safety and health regulations. The installation kits are supplied with their own installation and test instructions which must be strictly observed to ensure the machine safety.temperature of loaded products °C 20 (machine completely empty) The following power consumption levels resulted: . internal temperature of the refrigerated box.timeout for power supply to dispensing motors . 3 © by N&W GLOBAL VENDING SpA 4 06 2006 271 . temperature of loaded products. Under average conditions.line fuses .TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS Power supply voltage Power supply frequency Absorbed power Max. CONTROLS AND SAFETY DEVICES Fig.

The keys with the old combination cannot be used for the new combination.open the machine door to avoid forcing the rotation. Sets of change and use keys with other combinations can be supplied on request.00 . as it may damage the lock.insert the current change key (black) and rotate to the change position (reference notch at 120°). . Additional sets of use keys (silver) may be requested. while the combinations change keys (gold) can be kept as spares. . This kit includes a change key (black) for the current lock combination as well as the change (gold) and use (silver) keys for the new combination. indicating the combination stamped on the keys. The lock is supplied with two silver colour keys to be used for normal opening and closing. which permits the combination of the lock to be changed. .CHANGEABLE COMBINATION LOCK Some machine models are fitted with a changeable combination lock. To change combination do as follows: . Do not use the change key for normal opening. Generally. Fig. The lock can be customised by using a kit. 4 © by N&W GLOBAL VENDING SpA 5 06 2006 271 . available as accessory.lightly lubricate the inside of the lock with a spray.rotate to the close position (0°) and remove the change key. The lock will now have the new combination. .remove the current change key and insert the change key (gold) with the new combination. only the use key (silver) is used.

It can not be installed in any room where water jets are used for cleaning. Strictly comply with the producer's specifications regarding storage method and expiry date for each product. 5 1 . product compartments and with dispensing spirals of different pitch. CONFIGURING THE SPIRALS According to the size of the products to be dispensed.Mobile walls 3 . When dispensing sticks of candies or similar products. each machine can be fitted with a variable number of trays (maximum 4).Lock 4 .Main switch 5 . 5) that disconnects the power from the machine electrical system to allow the loading and cleaning operations in full safety.Right-hand spiral 4 . 6 1 .Divider A .Product dispensing compartment 7 .Trays 3 .Maximum product size © by N&W GLOBAL VENDING SpA 6 06 2006 271 . Fig.180° rotation spiral 2 . it is possible to set the rotation of the spirals to 180° instead of 360° for the 75 mm compartments and use a special right hands spiral fitted with a divider (see Fig. The machine is not suitable for outdoor installation. compartments (two spirals. compartments (one right-hand spiral in each compartment) for small size products.Left-hand spiral Fig. in each compartment) for large size products or into 75 mm. 7) doubling the capacity of the compartments. right-hand and left-hand.Door opening grip 2 . the temperature of which is lying between 5° and 32°C.Product passage photocells (optional) Two spirals can be housed either in 152 mm. Any other use is unsuitable and thus potentially dangerous. Fig.Tray 2 . The vending machine should only be used to sell and dispense packaged products that do not need refrigeration to be preserved.Spiral pitch B .00 . access can be gained to the main switch (see fig. It must be installed in dry rooms.Chapter 1 LOADING AND CLEANING MAIN SWITCH By opening the front of the unit.RS232 serial port 6 . 7 1 .

The manufacturer declines all responsibility for damage caused by non-compliance with the above instructions or by the use of strong or toxic chemical agents. Some parts of the machine can be damaged by strong detergents. 0.5 degree steps by pulling them towards the front and rotating them in the direction of ejection. Some bottle types can be dispensed without using the supports.2 l litre Tetra-Paks. 8 1 . the products can be dispensed without any problems when the spiral end is in the lower centre position. The maximum size (see fig. Most bottles can be dispensed without using any special accessories. 8).. The machine is supplied with a table indicating the optimum setting fro the different product types. Under no circumstance should sprayed water be used. 9 1 .divider 54 46 40 34 30 24 24 (180°) B mm. suitable for dispensing cans. plastic bottles up to 69 mm dia. The configuration can be changed following the indications of the relevant chapter.00 . the pitch and the direction of rotation of the spirals are shown in the following table. so that the cap slides in the compartment channel. HYGIENE AND MAINTENANCE According to current health and safety regulations. the operator of vending machines is responsible for their hygiene and cleaning. Normally.It is also possible to insert a divider in the already installed spirals (see fig. the machine can be equipped with small compartments.Compartment channel 2 . 76 60 50 42 36 30 26 20 20 N° 6 7 8 10 11 13 14 19 19+19 As standard feature or using special kits. The compartments equipped in this way can be recognised by the shape of the product support bracket (see fig. It is advisable to use sanitising products (chlorine based detergent or similar) to clean all surfaces even if not in direct contact with food. Cleaning must occur at regular intervals by considering the environmental conditions on which the machine is positioned. 9). loading the bottles up side down. A mm.spiral 2 . 6) and the number of products. Fig. The spirals can be positioned with 22.Product raised support © by N&W GLOBAL VENDING SpA 7 06 2006 271 . 80 64 Fig.

Fig. ensuring that they go past the retaining slide. 1 . The upper tray will tilt downwards to facilitate loading.product spacer 2 . do not insert products which are too large for the space. The sealed end of bags may be caught under the spiral. 11 .Load all products starting at the front. weighted equivalent acoustic pressure level is below 70 dB.Remove one tray at a time. 10 Fig. preventing the free fall of the product. OPERATING TEMPERATURE The machine can operate only where the ambient temperature is between 5 and 32 °C. ensuring that all spaces are filled. Also the number of actually connected compartments is checked.Push in the trays completely. The cabinet temperature can be adjusted between 9 and 20 °C. START-UP Each time the machine is started. the number of trays connected to the system are checked by the electronic controls.adjustment notches Fig. without inserting products with a temperature above 30°C. 12 Tilting guides for the upper tray are fitted as a standard only for the layouts using neither cans nor bottles. NOISE LEVEL The continuous. More fragile products must be placed on the lower trays to prevent damage when they drop. lifting it and pulling it past the retaining slide. The bottom of the products must rest at the bottom of the compartment with the label facing the window so that it can be identified.brackets 3 . . this function can not be used with heavy products. such as bottles and cans. All products should load easily. Very thin products can be dispensed only using the special spacer.LOADING PRODUCTS .00 . Fold the seal towards the front of the unit and upwards before inserting the product in the spiral. © by N&W GLOBAL VENDING SpA 8 06 2006 271 .

00 . The machine is not suitable for outdoor installation. in large kitchens. nails.Brio 3 . immediately inform the carrier and do not use the machine.Chapter 2 INSTALLATION The machine installation and the following maintenance operations should be carried out by qualified personnel only. in this case the selection numbers of the two slave machines must be set with three digits. The relative humidity must not exceed 65%. ensure that the machine is intact. MASTER/SLAVE BANK Since the machine does not have its own user interface. plastic bags. of which one is master and two are slave.) should be left within the reach of children. all components required for this configuration are supplied with the machine. allow at least one hour before connecting it to the mains. who are trained in the correct use of the machine and are aware of the specific risks of such operations.Snakky SL 4 . as they are potentially dangerous. Fig. The machine should be positioned with a maximum inclination of 2°. It is also possible to configure as master those vending machines that have direct selection buttons. using the numeric keypad supplied with the machine. The typical configurations are therefore as follows: A .). The bank can be composed of three vending machines.g. If the vending machine is found to be damaged. etc.Master with direct buttons (adding the numeric keypad) + slave without interface. polystyrene foam. If the vending machine has been laid down during transport. No packing elements (i. etc. The master machine must have a numeric keypad to allow programming operations and vending for the bank of the machines. It cannot be positioned where water jets are used for cleaning (e. it must be connected to another vending machine that has master functions. 13 1 . UNPACKING THE VENDING MACHINE After removing the packing.Colibrì 2 . it must be installed in a dry room where the temperature remains between 5° and 32° C. Packing materials must be disposed of in authorised containers and the recyclable ones must be recovered by qualified companies.MiniSnakky 3 .Snakky © by N&W GLOBAL VENDING SpA 9 06 2006 271 .e.

Master with numeric keypad + slave without interface C .Open the door of the master vending machine and remove the liquid retaining trap.Fasten the master machine to the top panel of MiniSnakky by using the 4 screws supplied. .Master with numeric keypad + slave with direct buttons + slave without interface. taking care not to leave any air bubbles. . . Fig.U. 18) must be installed as follows: .U. the master machine and. On the contrary.Using special kits also the following configurations are possible: B . . . the rear water self-supply module fastened onto the top panel of Minisnakky.P.attach the keypad. .Remove the external back panel from the master vending machine. CONNECTING THE NUMERIC KEYPAD If the master machine is of the type with direct selection buttons.Remove the pre-cut section of the external back panel and eliminate any burrs on the sheeting (if no rear module is used).remove the transparent plate from the door for the numeric keypad wiring.00 . board 4pre-cut section 5keypad wiring 6numeric keypad 7slot for keypad flat cable © by N&W GLOBAL VENDING SpA 10 06 2006 271 . Attention! Never move the bank when three machines are assembled.Master with direct buttons (adding the numeric keypad)+ 2 slaves without interface D .Insert the can bus cable inside the square slot near the line cable terminal board and secure it by means of the cable fastener supplied . if necessary.connect the keypad cable to connector J16 on the C. 14 1can bus cable 2power supply unit cover 3C.P. nor can they be transported without separating the various machines. the numeric keypad (see fig. it is possible to move the bank composed by MiniSnakky. board by using the extension supplied CONNECTING THE VENDING MACHINES Ensure that the master vending machine is not connected to the power supply. It is not possible to lift or push them by sliding them along the floor.Reassemble the liquid retaining trap. .

multiple sockets and/or extensions.Lift cover 2 .Power supply cable Do not use adapters. This fundamental safety requirement must be duly verified. even partially. 15 1 .Cable clamp 3 .the supply voltage rating must be within the range recommended for the connection points. The electrical safety of the machine is ensured only when it is correctly earthed according to the safety standards in force.F or HO5 V V-F or H07 RNF 3x1-1.can bus cable connectors 3 .00 . Before making the connection.spacer 2 .5 mm2 section. and if in doubt the system must be carefully tested by qualified technicians. The power supply cable is of the type with a fixed plug. Any replacement of the power cable (see fig. .3 A fuses. due to the layout to be adopted. 16) should be made by qualified and suitably trained personnel only using cables type HO5 RN . A power supply outlet must be provided for each machine of the bank. the power outlets and the plugs must be located in an easily accessible position. Should the ventilation grilles be covered. and at the same time ensure proper omnipolar disconnection from the power grid with an opening gap of the contacts of at least 3 mm. Important! The bank of machines should in any case be at least 4 cm from the wall so that correct ventilation may be ensured. ensure that the rating of each machine corresponds to that of the power grid.spacer Fig.the main switches should be capable of withstanding the peak load required. It is not possible to connect more than one machine to the same power outlet. The switches. POWER SUPPLY UNIT The machine is designed to operate under a single-phase 230 V~ voltage and is protected by T6. © by N&W GLOBAL VENDING SpA 11 06 2006 271 .ASSEMBLING 3 VENDING MACHINES To assemble master and slave vending machines do as follows: . THE MANUFACTURER DECLINES ALL RESPONSIBILITY FOR ANY DAMAGE CAUSED BY NON-COMPLIANCE WITH THE ABOVE MENTIONED PRECAUTIONS. 15) supplied with the machine.adjustable feet 4 . it will be necessary to fit the spacer (see fig. Fig. 16 1 .Check that side ventilation grilles of the machines equipped with a cooling unit are completely free. and more specifically: .

For example. board of the master machine. If the switch is set to OFF. the line fuse. The cooling unit is located in the lower part of the cabinet. the transformer and the C. If there are two slaves. INTERNAL COMPONENTS The evaporator assembly mounted on the cabinet back panel comprises one fan. disconnects the machine in the event of maintenance operations. BANK CONFIGURATION The machines are not initially configured for operation in a bank of machines. 17 1 .Product passage photocells 5 .U. the electric panel and the switch area itself. Before removing the cover from these parts (indicated with a specific plate) it is necessary to disconnect the external switch.Refrigerant compartment wall 9 . mounted in the lower section of the cabinet on the right. All operations which require the machine to be energised with the door open must be carried out by qualified personnel who are aware of the specific risks of such condition.P. Two digits (XX) are advisable if the bank has only one machine with numeric selection. contains the relay card which activates the compressor. The configuration must be defined every time the master machine is initialised.RS232 serial port 4 . However. voltage is applied to the terminal board supporting the line cable. repeat the procedure to configure the second slave. timing is programmable. The C.Transformer fuses 7 .CONTROLS AND INFORMATION The machine can be used only as slave. Should the configuration of a slave need to be changed.Bank connection cable (Can Bus) 14 . making sure not to configure two slaves the same way. the protection fuses.P.Rear cover 13 .P. the master will communicate if the procedure was successful.Line cable terminal 15 .U.5°C (down) and 13. access the master function that indicates the switched on slaves as not configured. When pressing the programming button on the master.C. which is of the manual type.Mains fuse © by N&W GLOBAL VENDING SpA 12 06 2006 271 .Dispensing compartment 10 . the air evaporator and a water retaining tray placed under the evaporator. the actual temperature inside the refrigerated box will range between 8. After the configuration. board 6 . the software will ask the user to select the type of vending machine to be accessed. switch on only the master machine. board. Fig.Shock absorber bearing 8 .U. The power supply unit.Lock bolt 2 . The information for the user (sales price and selection number) is indicated on self-adhesive labels to be placed in front of the spirals during installation. When switching on the slave regarding the choice made. MAIN SWITCH The manual switch intended to power off the machine electrical system is arranged in the right upright. After completing the connection between the machines and to the power supply. therefore the software must be set for the necessary options.P.U. If necessary.5°C (up). The cooling unit is automatically defrosted every 6 hours. The main switch. it is advisable to use three digits (0XX.Condenser fan 12 .Main switch 3 .00 . 9XX) for identifying the selection groups. The temperature difference inside the refrigerated box is 5°C. therefore the control functions are handled by the master machine.Cooling unit condenser 11. it will be possible to access the filler and technician menus of the slave from the master machine. if you set the temperature to 9°C. Access the master/slave function in the technician menu and select the type of slave to define the number of digits indicating the selection. (central process unit) board located in the lower right section inside the vending machine controls the different functions and communicates with the C.

.Liquid crystal display (LCD) (the number of lines and of characters depend on the type of master).External keypad configured via software with numeric keys from 0 to 9.00 . Enter key : “ ” is used to move from a menu to a sub-menu or to enter a command. In the case of Logical Data it enters the status that appears on the display.normal operation. . Next menu key : “ ” is used to move to the next menu option.technician menu. having the following functions in filler and technician menus: Numeric keys 1 to 7 are used to select directly a menu item by keying in the corresponding number shown in the summary tables included in the appendix to this manual. “Test” “EVADTS” If a menu is not enabled during programming. .OPERATING MODES The machine control software has three different function levels. The lighting is switched on and the messages for the customer are indicated on the display of the master.18 © by N&W GLOBAL VENDING SpA 13 06 2006 271 . which are: . a title is displayed in the list but it cannot be accessed. Price key Key is used to access directly the price / selection combination of time band 0. Previous menu key : “ ” is used to move to the previous menu option. Exit key : “ ” is used to move from a sub-menu to the higher level menu or to exit from the current command. the display and keypad functions of the master machine change as described in the following paragraphs. if the function is enabled in the "Programming" menu. According to the operating mode.filler menu. FILLER MENU The machine is preset to "filler" mode when pressing the menu access button on the master machine and selecting on which machine to operate. NORMAL OPERATING MODE The machine is preset to normal operating mode when connected to the power supply with the main switch on. Fig. The “ ” and “ ” keys scroll through the filler menu which permits: “Statistics” “Single Prices” “Special Selections” Data reading and display Changing the price for one selection Virtual selections Return of virtual price Two-motor selections Photocell parameters Test selection Motor test Autotest Connection USER INTERFACE The interaction between system and operator happens through the following components located on the master machine: . In the case of command management it varies the status of Logical Data where required or in the case of Numeric Data it writes the value 0. In the case of command management it varies the status of Logical Data where required or in the case of Numeric Data it writes the value 8.

which can be reset without losing total data.press the confirm print key “ ”. Important! After a failure to the motors of these selections.failure counter. . The first motor number will be the selection number.selections . .press the confirm key “ ” to start printing. RESET RELATIVE STATISTICS Statistics can be reset for relative counters globally (all types of data) or selectively for: .counter by time bands. . Key is used to access directly the price/selection combination settings. .date/time of print . 1 stop bit to the serial port located on the right upright of the machine to print all statistics. . not to cash the amount of the whole selection (only if a BDV or Executive payment system is used).machine name . displaying the message "Confirm?". 10 virtual selections can be programmed (70 to 79).machine code . while the selection number of the associated motor will remain disabled.operator code . This device permits. DISPLAY When pressing the confirm key “ ” the data described in the paragraph "Printing the statistics" is sequentially displayed. the machine configuration procedure in the "Spirals/ Selections" menu must be followed. .counter by single selection.software version . .block further selections for the involved spiral. SPECIAL SELECTIONS VIRTUAL SELECTIONS This function is used to define a pair of selections that can be sold at a price different from the sum of the two selections.photocell errors.motor errors. by means of photocells. RETURN OF VIRTUAL PRICE This function is used to define. if the function is enabled in the "Programming" menu. in the event of failed second dispensing in a virtual or combined selection.motor errors.set a rotation time for the spiral beyond the limit switch. PRICES FOR SINGLE SELECTIONS This function is used to change the sales price for each selection according to the time band.counter by single selection. to overcome any jamming. .installation date.counter by time bands. 8 data bits.00 .photocell errors.photocell errors. SELECTIONS WITH TWO MOTORS The machine can be set up to dispense long products and dividers can be fitted so that two motors are used for every single selection.failures .failure counter. . and namely: total . using a single selection number. do as follows: . The hardcopy printout will also contain the machine information. it is possible to manage the single amounts for every single kind of selection. To connect the printer.STATISTICS Data on the machine operations is stored in both general counters and relative counters. in the event of failed detection of the dispensed product: . Press the confirm key “ ”. Press the confirm key “ ” and the message "Confirm?" starts blinking. . With this function the operation of two motors can be combined. relative . .motor errors. specifying the selection number of the second motor.return or not the paid amount. PRINT Connect a RS232 serial printer having a 9600 baud rate. DISPENSING DETECTION The vending machine can be fitted (as standard feature or as option according to the model) with a device that. and namely:. no parity.connect the printer before confirming. detects the passage of dispensed products. the message "Working" is displayed for a few seconds and all statistics are reset. Using an MDB payment system or a validator. . © by N&W GLOBAL VENDING SpA 14 06 2006 271 . .

The monitored devices are: "Temperature" The value of temperature detected by the probe is displayed. "Buzzer" A series of sounds is emitted.0 is displayed. others need the manual operation of the monitored component. AUTOTEST A function to check. "Compressor" The compressor is activated / deactivated using the " " and " " keys. Press " " to advance.TEST SELECTIONS This function is used to simulate the normal dispensing of products without inserting any money to check the functioning of the spiral rotation by pressing the selection keys. press key " " to go to the next check. the correct operation of some devices is implemented in the software. In the event of short-circuit the value 41. indicating the number of the involved selection on the display. "Selections" All selections are activated in a sequence. Some checks occur automatically. In the event of disconnection the value -11. the machine awaits the connection with a device to acquire the EVADTS statistics. in a semiautomatic manner. EVADTS TRANSFER When activating this function. "Photocells" If the product detection device is present.00 .0 is displayed. the light beam reading and interruption are checked. © by N&W GLOBAL VENDING SpA 15 06 2006 271 . MOTOR TEST It activates all motors in a sequence.

B. By pressing again the key from the technician menu. Configuration Virtual selections Return of virtual price Two-motor selections Product code Photocells Spiral setting time Money return Empty spiral control Operating mode Unlock time Out of service time Out of serv. partial total Print relat. lock Cold param.TECHNICIAN MENU Using the programming procedures described in this section. relat. parameters Cash partial total Complete selections Motor test Autotest Machine info Installation date Machine code Operator code Miscellaneous Spirals/Selec. The “ ” and “ ” keys scroll through the technician menu items. the machine will return to "filler" mode. Cancel partial total Test Prog.00 . partial total Cancel. To access it is necessary to press the programming button on the master machine and enter the information for the machine that will be set to "filler menu" mode. Press key from the filler menu. it is possible to set all variables regarding machine configuration. if open Temperature Defrosting Cooling unit Display Miscellaneous Password Energy saving Menu masking Language Customised strings Initialising EVADTS pass code security code connection Compt. which include: Failures Read failures Reset failures Motor errors Motor status Reset motor errors Prices Master/Slave Decimal point Bonus Statistics Display Cancel partial total partial total Display relat. N. © by N&W GLOBAL VENDING SpA 16 06 2006 271 .

the machine will lock if the lock device of the dispensing compartment remains blocked when closed or it does not close within the programmed time. after pressing the confirm key “ ” the message "End failures" will be displayed. . Note: By restarting the machine any blocked motors are detected as not present. the display will indicate a temperature of -11 ° C. in this case the display will indicate a temperature of +41° C. the function "unlock compartment with dispensing" and the parameter "out of service if open" are active.motor disconnected. but it would be advisable to initialise as soon as possible. no dispensed product is detected. © by N&W GLOBAL VENDING SpA 17 06 2006 271 . with the dispensing control installed. .PRESENT FAILURES READING When the "Failure" function is displayed. RESET By confirming this function all current failures will be reset. . when the positioning button is not operated within the “time out”.motor blocked. Dispensing compartment lock If the compartment lock device (optional) is fitted. .motor not present. The machine will continue to function. Motor errors With this function the failed motors are displayed for approximately 1 second. when. Scrolling through all failed motors is automatic. when the motor is not detected at the machine start-up.motor functioning. when a motor detected at machine start-up is not detected during dispensing. If no failures are currently present. even if the machine configuration has an empty position. The monitored failures are: Compressor The machine is locked if the compressor runs non-stop for more than 24 hours. Note: By restarting the machine any blocked motors are detected as not present. A motor can be in one of the following conditions: .empty spiral. Probe The machine is locked after 5 minutes if the internal temperature sensor is disconnected. RAM data One or more areas of the RAM contain wrong data which was corrected with the default values. The machine is locked after one hour if a sensor short circuit is detected. press the confirm key “ ” to display the present failures. Motor status This function is used to read the last failure that occurred in each spiral.00 .

The time periods are programmable for beginning and end time by hours (00 to 23) and minutes (00 to 59). In case of a bank with two slaves operating with three-digit selections. RETURN OF VIRTUAL PRICE This function is used to define. it will be possible to decide whether to keep or return the entire amount by activating / deactivating the "Virtual change return" option. VIRTUAL SELECTIONS This function is used to define a pair of selections that can be sold at a price different from the sum of the prices of the two selections. If the second selection fails. Important! After a failure to the motors of these selections. If one of the two selections is not available. the entire amount is returned.00 . to the same number (80 to 89) sold at a single price. The first motor number will be the selection number. With other payment systems. In case of a bank with two slaves operating with three-digit selections. SLAVE PRICE HOLDING If an Executive payment system in "Price Holding" mode is set in the master machine. dividers can be fitted so that two motors are used for every single selection. the amount of credit inserted for a selection is cashed after the machine sends the message "Selection successful". MACHINE CONFIGURATION This function is used to detect and store the number and positions of the trays and of the selection motors. COMBINED SELECTIONS A combined selection is intended as the association of two selections. When this function is enabled. SELECTIONS WITH TWO MOTORS In order to dispense long products. IMMEDIATE CHANGE Normally. in the event of failed second dispensing in a virtual selection. different from the sum of the prices for the two selections. the cash message is sent at the beginning of dispensing. Should the majority of products be sold at the same price. SPIRALS/SELECTIONS This set of functions is used to define the selection control parameters. If the values for start and end of the time band are set to 00. the first digit (0 to 9) is displayed automatically. programmable as: day/month/year week-day 1-7 and then hour/minutes/seconds. it might be possible that the first selection fails. it will be convenient to set the price globally and then change the figure of the selections with different prices. This function is used for sending the information necessary for controlling the payment system to the master. not to cash the price of the second selection (only if an MDB payment system or validator are used). disabled by default. © by N&W GLOBAL VENDING SpA 18 06 2006 271 . one from the slave and one from the master. If the immediate change option is not activated on the master machine. In this case. SELECTION PRICES Four different prices can be set for each selection according to the programmed time bands for when the time table option is set. TIME BANDS Four programmable time bands are provided for selling products at different prices. while the selection number of the associated motor will remain disabled. it can be decided whether or not to return the entire amount. With this function the operation of two motors can be combined. the machine configuration procedure in the "Spirals/ Selections" menu must be followed. The related menu is used for combining a slave selection (10 to 79) with a master selection (01 to 18 or 10 to 79 according to the type of keypad). PRODUCT CODE This function is used to assign a 4-digit identification code to each spiral for processing the statistics. 10 virtual selections can be programmed (70 to 79).535) can be programmed globally (same price for all selections) or for the single selections. the combined selection is not dispensed. For each of the 4 time bands prices (0 to 65. using a single selection number.00 the time period is disabled.PROGRAMMING PARAMETERS CASH This set of functions controls all parameters regarding the payment systems and the sales prices. The reference time is kept by an internal lock. specifying the selection number of the second motor. MASTER/SLAVE The machine control system is pre-arranged for the connection in a bank of vending machines. the information must be set also in the software of the slave machine. the first digit (0 or 9) is displayed automatically.

regardless of the temperature) of 20 minutes.Statistics . disabled by default. by means of photocells. With the time set to 0.00 . This function is used for deciding whether leaving the dispensing compartment "always free" or "unlock it with dispensing". ENERGY SAVING This function. selected among the available ones.return or not the paid amount. LANGUAGE There is an option of language. In this case it is possible to enable the function that places the vending machine out of service for a certain period of time. . used less frequently. The temperature differential deviation defined with the previous function for starting / stopping the cooling unit is 2°C. if this function is disabled. when the motor fails during dispensing. the message can be changed in the same manner as setting the promotional message. ENTERING THE PASSWORD It is a 5-digit numeric code which is required to access the technician menu. the function is disabled. REFRIGERATION PARAMETERS The operation of the refrigeration system can be programmed for the following functions. if the dispensing compartment flap stays open.block further selections for the involved spiral. In "unlock with dispensing" mode the dispensing compartment flap is unlocked only for a certain period of time.Error for no product. the standard messages will be displayed again. but the changed messages are still stored.g. . The machine is placed out of service if the lock device is always closed during dispensing. is used to suspend vending in certain hours. TEMPERATURE The machine internal temperature during normal operation can be set directly in °C (9 to 20. after each product selection. programmable at between 1 and 10 minutes. In these cases the machine can be programmed to: . DISPLAY This set of functions is used to manage the messages indicated on the external display. to be used for the messages on the display. the password request is disabled by default. The time interval between cycles can be programmed from 0 to 99 hours (set to 6 hours by default).PHOTOCELL PARAMETERS The vending machine can be fitted (as standard feature or as optional according to the model) with a device that. detects the passage of dispensed products. 2 suspended service time bands can be programmed. "Take" etc).set a rotation time for each spiral for settling beyond the normal rotation.EVADTS The reference numbers of the menus do not change even if some are disabled . when the device does not detect the passage of a product during dispensing.Error before dispensing.Single selection prices .Special selections . the time interval will be determined according to the relative humidity and the frequency of door openings. When this device is installed. DISPENSING COMPARTMENT LOCK PARAMETERS The dispensing compartment can be fitted (as standard feature or as optional according to the model) with a lock device. © by N&W GLOBAL VENDING SpA 19 06 2006 271 . . programmable at between 1 and 10 minutes. DEFROSTING The function allows for a defrosting cycle (switching the cooling unit off. MISCELLANEOUS This set of functions contains some sub-menus. Therefore. . The default value of this code is set to 00000. The change will apply when restarting the machine. DISPLAYING THE FILLER MENU This function is used to determine the filler menu options to be left active or to be disabled (ON/OFF): . "Ready".Error after dispensing. ENABLE COLD UNIT The cooling unit operation can be disabled. PASSWORD ENABLING THE PASSWORD This function is used to enable the option of requesting the password to access the technician menu. Changes are stored as copies of the standard messages. when at the selection start the photocell beam is not read. CUSTOMISING THE MESSAGES The machine uses standard messages to give the user some information during normal operation (e. which permit control of the functions described below. the following can be monitored: . 9 by default). When this function is enabled.Test .

failure counter. the correct operation of some devices is implemented in the software.software version .counter by single selection. . The monitored devices are: "Keypad" Press the key of the master machine numeric keypad requested on the display. To connect the printer. The hardcopy printout will also contain the machine information. To check the functioning of the motors press the selection keys. .counter by time bands.failures . PRINT Connect a RS232 serial printer having a 9600 baud rate. .photocell errors.STATISTICS Data on the machine operations is stored in both general counters and relative counters.press the confirm key “ ” to start printing. Press the confirm key “ ”. N. in a semiautomatic manner.counter by single selection. and namely: total .motor errors. .date/time of print . . Some checks occur automatically. the request for the next key is presented. © by N&W GLOBAL VENDING SpA 20 06 2006 271 . .machine name .failure counter. DISPLAY When pressing the confirm key “ ” the data described in the paragraph "Printing the statistics" is sequentially displayed. .00 .photocell errors. . AUTOTEST A function to check. .motor errors. if it works correctly.photocell errors.press the confirm print key “ ”. do as follows: . Relative .installation date. Press the confirm key “ ” and the message "Confirm?" starts blinking.motor errors. TEST SELECTIONS This function is used to simulate the normal dispensing of products without inserting any money. no parity.connect the printer before confirming. 1 stop bit to the serial port located on the push-button board to print all statistics.operator code .counter by time bands.failures . and namely:.: when resetting the total statistics also the relative statistics are reset. the message "Working" is displayed for a few seconds and all statistics are reset.selections .machine code . .B. 8 data bits. which can be reset without losing total data.motor errors. relative .photocell errors. .selections . RESET STATISTICS Statistics can be reset for counters globally (all types of data) or selectively for: Total . press key " " to go to the next check. MOTOR TEST It activates all motors in a sequence. . displaying the message "Confirm?". others need the manual operation of the monitored component.

Using the scrolling keys. CONNECTION This function places the machine in wait mode for connection to retrieve data. All statistic information will be reset. then the message "Confirm?" is displayed. Programming works as in the "Pass" code. © by N&W GLOBAL VENDING SpA 21 06 2006 271 .8-digit vending machine code which identifies the machine. Press confirm key “ ” once again and the message "Working" is displayed for a few seconds. the sixdigit numeric code identifying groups of machines can be changed (from the default 0). use the " " and " " keys to lock and unlock the compartment opening. "Buzzer" A series of sounds is emitted. Press the confirm key " " and the next digit starts blinking.6-digit operator code. EVADTS CODES The EVADTS (European Vending Association Data Transfer System) communication protocol has two codes for identifying the machine and for recognising the data transfer terminal: PASS CODE It is a four-digit alphanumeric code (0-9. the eightdigit numeric code identifying the machine can be changed (from the default 0). In the event of disconnection the value -11. "Photocells" If the product detection device is present. "Disp compt lock" If the device for locking the dispensing compartment opening is available. then press the correction key “ ” and the first digit will start blinking.0 is displayed. Press the confirm key “ ” and the code is displayed as "0000" regardless of the actual value. if set correctly. MACHINE INFORMATION The machine can memorise a series of codes which will identify it when retrieving statistics. A-F) that must be the same as the one in the data transfer terminal to allow its identification. the machine awaits the connection with a device to acquire the EVADTS statistics.0 is displayed. Press " " to advance. The date is printed when retrieving the statistics. as installation date."Temperature" The value of temperature detected by the probe is displayed. In the event of short-circuit the value 41. Press confirm key “ ”. selecting the "country" (intended as configuration type) and the language. This function should be used in the event of a memory data error or when the software version is replaced / updated. INSTALLATION DATA This function is used to store the current date of system. INITIALISING When the "Initialise" function is displayed the vending machine can be initialised. "Selections" All selections are activated in a sequence. EVADTS CONNECTION When activating this function. OPERATOR CODE When the "Operator code" function is displayed. "Compressor" The compressor is activated / deactivated using the " " and " " keys. More specifically. the country and the language to be used are requested. the following can be stored: . MACHINE CODE When the "Machine code" function is displayed. . its value can be changed (during the change operations the value becomes visible). SECURITY CODE It is a further alphanumeric code for reciprocal recognition between machine and EVADTS terminal.00 . the light beam reading and interruption are checked. restoring all related default data. Press the confirm key " " after changing the fourth digit: the value is stored and the display indicates "0000" again.

The main switch is located on the right upright (see fig.J12 not used . The operations described here below must be only performed by personnel having a specific knowledge of the machine operation from the viewpoint of electric safety and sanitary regulations. 20 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 .Yellow LED (4): glows when 5 Vdc are detected.P.J3 Input/output .J11 not used . Inside the machine. . for any reason.Green LED (3): blinks during normal operation of the C. The card also houses some LEDs which.00 .P.J 1 dispensing compartment lock connection.Minidips not used .Red LED (16): glows when.J10 not used . Attention! When downloading the software it is advisable to disconnect the motor connectors from the CPU board (J1 and J2) © by N&W GLOBAL VENDING SpA 22 06 2006 271 . during the machine operation. give the following indications: . Fig.J6 photocells .J2 spiral motor control . By means of a special program and suitable system (Personal Computer or similar) the machine management software can be updated without replacing the EPROM. .J7 Can bus .Yellow LED: 5 Vdc (DL1) .J9 NTC probe .U. the only parts that stay energised are those protected by covers and carrying a plate with the warning "Disconnect the power before removing the protective cover".Button not used .Chapter 3 MAINTENANCE The integrity of the machine and compliance with the standards of the relevant systems must be checked at least once a year by qualified personnel. (Central Process Unit) board controls all users set for the maximum configuration and processes the signals from the cooling unit sensor.J8 not used . PRINTED BOARD FUNCTIONS AND INDICATOR LIGHTS The C. Always disconnect the machine from the mains before performing any maintenance operation that may require the disassembly of components. .J14 not used .J16 not used .J15 board power supply .5).Red LED: CPU reset (DL3) .Green LED: run (DL2) . the software is reset. board.J4 not used .U.J13 not used SOFTWARE UPDATE The machine is fitted with a Flash EPROM which can be electronically updated. Before removing such protective covers the external switch must be disconnected.J5 RS232 .

proceed in the opposite way. The spacers should be fitted to contain products. Fig. As they are hooked at the end of the spiral.remove the electrical connector from the tray.00 . . . without blocking them. 23 1 .lift the tray to unlock the retaining slide. 22 1 . There must be at least 3 mm between the spacer and the products. slide the ejector along the spiral wire to locate the most appropriate position according to the product being dispensed.product spacer 2 . PRODUCT EJECTOR The ejectors. right-hand and left-hand.slide out the tray as far as the limit stop.Plastic flange 1 . According to the type of products. REPLACING THE SPIRALS In order to change the number and the set-up of the compartments. If necessary. such as potato crisps or similar. Pull the spacer towards the front to close the space and push it back to open the space. holding the plastic support flange still. so that they stay upright.Spiral 2 .Fit the new spiral assembly proceeding in the opposite direction.CONFIGURING THE TRAYS PRODUCT SPACERS The spacers are used when loading "narrow" products. ensuring that the spiral is positioned correctly Fig. 24 Fig.Spirals 2 . assess whether it is more convenient to use the short or long side of the brackets and in which of the 5 adjustment notches to connect them. they push the products further out. must be used for products packed in bags.Rotate the spiral in the opposite direction to the ejection rotation. .brackets 3 .Ejectors © by N&W GLOBAL VENDING SpA 23 06 2006 271 . proceed as follows: . to separate the two parts and fit the other spiral. Fig. 21 . towards the right-hand side of the compartment.fit a new tray.Slide out the concerned tray .adjustment notches REMOVING THE TRAYS To replace the tray proceed as follows: .

It is however possible to bring the number of trays to 3. placed at the bottom of the cabinet. .Disconnect the plug from the power supply. CHANGING THE TRAY CONFIGURATION The configuration of the spirals on each tray can be changed. the first digit refers to the tray number. The selection number to which the motor is connected will therefore be formed by the tray number plus the wire code number.B. counting from the left (0-5).Remove the spirals and the flanges from the two motors.Disconnect the left-hand side motor from the cable and remove it from the tray. To go from two selections with single spirals to one selection with double spirals. . .: The selection numbers are formed by two digits. .Replace the 3 trays. as not to be in the way of other trays and cables. . ensuring that the connectors are inserted properly.CHANGING THE NUMBER OF TRAYS The vending machines are supplied with max. pushing it towards the back and then lifting. . . In its place.Remove all trays from the vending machine. except the first ones at the bottom which stay in the same position. .Reprogram the machine. .Move the guides (see fig.Remove the pair of guides not used. The two cogged wheels must mesh.Mobile walls 3 . fit the bush and pin bush. .00 .Tray guide Fig. . fitted with a cogged wheel and then connect the right-hand one to the motor still on the tray and the left-hand one onto the previously installed bushes.Install the right-hand and left-hand spirals with the same pitch onto the new flanges (right and left are identical).Remove the centre wall. counting from the top (1-6).Right-hand spiral 4 .Remove the tray to be modified. . © by N&W GLOBAL VENDING SpA 24 06 2006 271 . 25) placed on the side supports.Carry out the same operation for the connectors. 4 trays.Tray 2 . . do as follows: . Fig. the second digit refers to the spiral number. 26 1 .Tray connector 2 .Left-hand spiral N. proceeding as follows: . 25 1 .Program the new selections with the desired price .Remove the price labels and the compartments no longer used and if necessary update the price labels still in use.Secure the removed cables.Test the modified selections to be sure of their correct operation.

Compartment fastening frame 3 .00 .Fixed end 4 . .remove the clips at the back and the clips on the flap.Compartment back panel fastening screws 3 . . . 28 1 .Frame fastening screws 2 . Fig.Disconnect the machine from the mains. PAD REPLACEMENT .Support screws 2 . .Pad 4 .Rear pad fastening clips 3 . 27 1 .Remove the compartment as it is shown by the previous paragraph.Front pad fastening clips Fig.remove the anti-theft device by unscrewing the two support screws. . open the flap and unscrew the screws intended to fasten the compartment.lift the compartment and unhook it from the fixed ends on the base.remove the first tray.Base © by N&W GLOBAL VENDING SpA 25 06 2006 271 . extract it with the antitheft device and avoid the deviators and squares intended to fasten the frame.DISPENSING COMPARTMENT DISASSEMBLY .open the door and unscrew the two screws intended to lock the frame.

. 28 1 2 3 4 Terminal supporting the line cable Line cable Can Bus connection cable Relay card Ballast Line fuse Radio interference suppressor Transformer protection fuses CPU board Fan Cooling unit support Plugs for fastening screws Cooling unit wiring Fig.P. © by N&W GLOBAL VENDING SpA 26 06 2006 271 .U. When replacing any fuses the power supply cable must be disconnected from the mains.For reassembly proceed in the opposite way. the cooling compartment wall and the C. 29 1 2 3 4 5 Plugs for fastening screws Condenser Condenser fan Compressor Compressor cover ACCESS TO THE COOLING UNIT At least every 6 months it is necessary to clean the ventilation grilles of the cooling system using a vacuum cleaner.remove all trays. .00 . . . 29 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Fig.remove the back cover. . board cover.POWER SUPPLY UNIT The mains fuse is positioned on the back panel of the machine near the terminal supporting the line cable.loosen the evaporator fan screws and open the probe clamp. Fig.remove the condenser fan. . If for any reason the cooling unit needs to be accessed from the machine do as follows: .Disconnect the machine from the mains.detach the connectors of the cooling unit and the condenser fan. .remove all black plugs. remove the product dispensing compartment. To access the inside of the power supply unit.

Normal use. To move inside the menus.Enter key ( ) Use the confirmation / enter key to move to the immediately lower level or confirm a data item you have just entered or modified. After having reached the highest level of the Menu. Exit key ( ) Use the exit key to move back to the upper level or to leave a function modification key. use the keys shown by the figure: Scrolling keys ( ) up and down ( ) Use the UP and DOWN scrolling keys to move from an item to the other one of the programming menus on the same level and modify the enable status or the numeric value of functions Confirmation. the display and keyboard functions arranged on the master machine change as described in the relative manuals.Filler menu. According to the operating mode. . © by N&W GLOBAL VENDING SpA 27 06 2006 271 . press this key once again to move from the Technician Menu to the Filler Menu and vice versa.00 .Technician menu. .Programming Menu Summary The vending machine can work in 3 different operation modes: . the machine will switch into the Filler Menu mode. After having accessed the programming mode.

1.1 .4 . 1.5 . 1.3.CASH COUNT.PRINT PHOT.2.1.1.FAILURE COUNT.2 .3.TOTAL PRINTING 1.2 .00 28 . ERR.2 .1. COUNT.MOT.PRINTING 1.COUNTER 1.5 .STATISTICS 1.1. 1.PRINT MOTOR ERR.2. 1. ERR.STATIST.DISP.3 .TOTAL PRINTING 1.2.FAILURE COUNT. 1.3.1.ERR.SELECT.STATIST.1."Filler" Menu Summary 1 .4 .COUNT DISPL. 1.SEL.1 .DISPL.1.1.FAILURE COUNT.PRINT MOTOR ERR.BAND COUNTER 1.2 .COUNT X S.1.PRINT REL.1.2 . 1.1 .ERR. COUNT.2 . SEL.2 .2.PRINT PHOT.PARTIAL PRINTING 1. 1.2.1.BAND COUNTER 1.TOT.2.3 .6 .1.3. 1.3.SELECT.1.DISP.5 .COUNTER NEXT FUNCTION / DECREASE DATA UNIT (-1) CONFIRM DATA / CONFIRM FUNCTION © by N&W GLOBAL VENDING SpA PREVIOUS FUNCTION / INCREASE DATA UNIT (+1) DELETE DATA / EXIT FUNCTION 06 2006 271 . 1.1. DISPLAY 1.3.4 .STATS.1 .1 .COUNT.3.PARTIAL PRINTING 1.1. 1.3.3 .3 .1. 1.1 .1.1.2. 1.BAND COUNT. 1.1.PHOT.1 .

PRICE BAND 0 2."Filler" Menu Summary 1. 3.5.CASH COUNT.4.5.BAND COUNT.1 .CANC.COUNT X S. SEL.PRICE BAND 4 3 .3 .1 .VIRTUAL SELECT.COUNT DISPL.DISP.4 .2 .CNT 1.MOT.3 .INDIVIDUAL PRICE 2.1 . 3.FAILURE COUNT.RELAT. 3.4. 1.1.1 .ERR.1.2 .PRICE BAND 3 2.CONTR. NEXT FUNCTION / DECREASE DATA UNIT (-1) CONFIRM DATA / CONFIRM FUNCTION © by N&W GLOBAL VENDING SpA PREVIOUS FUNCTION / INCREASE DATA UNIT (+1) DELETE DATA / EXIT FUNCTION 06 2006 271 .5.CANC.STATS 1.RESET 1.1 .2 .REL.COUNT.COUNT.4.3 . 1. 1.VIRT.4. 1.4.DISPL.5.DISP. 1. PHOT. PRICE RET.1 .4.DISP.4.2 .4 .SPECIAL SELECT.4 .EMPTY SEL. 1. ERR.CANC.3 .5 .2 .2 .TOTAL RESET 2 .MONEY RETURN 3.SELE.1 . 3.SEL.00 29 .1.PRICE BAND 2 2.TWO-MOTOR SELECT 3.STATS.3 .1.4 . 1.FAILURE COUNT.SETTLING TIME 3.4 .5.5 .1. 1.TOT.4.2 .PHOTOCELL PARAM.5.PRICE BAND 1 2.1. 1.4.PARTIAL RESET 1.

1 ."Filler" Menu Summary 4 .1 .TEST SELECTION 4.1 .CNT 6 .2 .CONNECTION NEXT FUNCTION / DECREASE DATA UNIT (-1) CONFIRM DATA / CONFIRM FUNCTION © by N&W GLOBAL VENDING SpA PREVIOUS FUNCTION / INCREASE DATA UNIT (+1) DELETE DATA / EXIT FUNCTION 06 2006 271 .EVADTS 6.00 30 .TEST 4.MOTOR TEST 4.RESET PRE-AL.AUTOTEST 5 .3 .GSM 5.

1 .5 .1.1.1.DECIMAL POINT NEXT FUNCTION / DECREASE DATA UNIT (-1) CONFIRM DATA / CONFIRM FUNCTION © by N&W GLOBAL VENDING SpA PREVIOUS FUNCTION / INCREASE DATA UNIT (+1) DELETE DATA / EXIT FUNCTION 06 2006 271 .1.CASH 2.1.4 .PRICE BAND 2 2.1.1.2.PRICE BAND 1 2.FAILURE RESET 1.1.2 .2 .1 .1.1.3 .PRICE BAND 3 2.PRICE BAND 0 2.1.3 .1.1.1 .1 ."Technician" Menu Summary 1 .1.COMB’D SELECT.3.1.1.1.3 .MASTER SLAVE 2.1.2 .1.3 .00 31 .PRICE BAND 2 2.1.CHANGE IMMEDIAT.TIME BAND 3 2.1.2 .1.SET DATE & TIME 2.MOTORS’ STATUS 1.FAILURE READING 1.1.4 .1.1 .1 .3.1.INDIVIDUAL PRICE 2.2 .PRICE BAND 1 2.RESET MOTOR ERR.3.1.5 .1.1.5 .PRICE BAND 4 2.2.SLAVE PRICE HOLD 2.1.TIME BAND 2 2.1.PRICE BAND 3 2.2.3 .PRICES 2.3.5 .1 .1.1.1.PROGR.TIME BAND 4 2.2.3.4 .TIME SCHEDULE 2.2.2 .3 .1. 2 .PRICE BAND 4 2.1.1.2.1.1.1.4 .2 .GLOBAL PRICES 2.1 .FAILURES 1.1.3 .1.1.1.1.PRICE BAND 0 2.2.1.1.MOTOR ERRORS 1.PARAMETERS 2.2. 2.1.S 2.TIME BAND 1 2.

2.2.2.1 .2.2.2.2.5 . CUSTOM.MONEY RETURN 2.LANGUAGE 2. PARAMETERS 2.CUSTOMIZ.STR. 2.5 .2 .EMPTY SEL.2 .2.MENU MASKING NEXT FUNCTION / DECREASE DATA UNIT (-1) CONFIRM DATA / CONFIRM FUNCTION © by N&W GLOBAL VENDING SpA PREVIOUS FUNCTION / INCREASE DATA UNIT (+1) DELETE DATA / EXIT FUNCTION 06 2006 271 .1.COLD PARAMETERS 2.PHOTOCELL PARAM.2.3 .MACHINE CONFIG.3 .PRG.1 .VIRTUAL SELECT. 2.FIL.2 .2. COLD UNIT 2.SETTLING TIME 2.1 .1.4.3.2.5."Technician" Menu Summary 2.SPIRALS/SELECT.5.VIRT.SPIR.4.4.5.2.2 .3 .ENAB.SET PASSWORD 2.4 .CONTR.1 .TEMPERATURE 2. 2.ENERGY SAVING 2.STR 2.DEFROSTING 2. 2.2 . PRICE RET.6 .DISPLAY 2.2.1 .EN.1.1.1.STRINGS 2.2 .3 .4. A ROTAZIONE 2.PRODUCT CODE 2.2. 2. 2.00 32 .2.4 .MISCELLANEOUS 2.3. CUSTOM.1 .TWO-MOTOR SELECT 2.2.1 .SEL.1.3.2 .2 .2.3 .

SEL.2.2.1 .ERR.BAND COUNT.3.3.1.1. 3.CASH COUNT.DISPL.4 . 3.3.2 .COUNT. 3.2 .1.6 .COUNTER 3. 3.3 . 3.CASH COUNT.6 .DISP. 3.2.3 .FAILURE COUNT. ERR.ERR.5 .STATISTICS 3.ERR. 3.DISP.COUNT DISPL.3.COUNT DISPL.1.1.FAILURE COUNT.1 .2 .TOT.1.2 .COUNTER 3.PARTIAL RESET 3.1 .BAND COUNT.00 33 .3.COUNT X S."Technician" Menu Summary 3 .ERR.1.1. SEL.2.STATS. 3. 3.RESET 3.3.1.COUNT.4 .COUNTER NEXT FUNCTION / DECREASE DATA UNIT (-1) CONFIRM DATA / CONFIRM FUNCTION © by N&W GLOBAL VENDING SpA PREVIOUS FUNCTION / INCREASE DATA UNIT (+1) DELETE DATA / EXIT FUNCTION 06 2006 271 .1. SEL.MOT.TOTAL RESET 3.1 .SEL.STATISTICS RESET 3.STATIST.FAILURE COUNT.1 .1 .1.3 .MOT.CNT 3. PHOT.TOT.COUNTER 3.1.CANC.ERR.1 .2 .MOT.DISP.PHOT.3. 3. 3.CANC.2.1. 3.4 . DISPLAY 3.2 .PHOT.3. 3.2.1.REL.SELE.3 . 3.DISPL.COUNT X S. 3.DISP.DISP.1.2 .COUNT.5 .1.

COUNT.7 .1 .6.3 .STATS 3.TOTAL PRINTING 3.2 .PARTIAL PRINTING 3.4.FAILURE COUNT.BAND COUNTER 3.PRINTING 3.PRINT MOTOR ERR.7.5 .CANC. 3.1 .FAILURE COUNT.1 .DISP.MOT.TOTAL PRINTING 4 .4. NEXT FUNCTION / DECREASE DATA UNIT (-1) CONFIRM DATA / CONFIRM FUNCTION © by N&W GLOBAL VENDING SpA PREVIOUS FUNCTION / INCREASE DATA UNIT (+1) DELETE DATA / EXIT FUNCTION 06 2006 271 .ERR.7.1 . 3.1.6 .2 .BAND COUNTER 3.4 .6.1.7.SELECT.RELAT.1.PRINT PHOT.2 . 3. 3.4 .TEST TEMPERATURE 4."Technician" Menu Summary 3.TEST SELECTION 4. ERR. 3.4.3 .DISPL.4.3 . 3.MOTOR TEST 4.1.5 .1.1.6.6.PARTIAL RESET 3.1.1.7.2 .1.5 .6. ERR.4.6.4.4 .4 .1 .4. COUNT.2 .1 .PRINT PHOT.RESET 3. 3. COUNT. 3. ERR.7.PRINT MOTOR ERR.PRINT TEMPER.1 .1.1.2 .AUTOTEST 4. 3.6.4 .1.7. 3.1.SELECT.START 3.3 .1 . PHOT.4.STATIST.CANC.00 34 . 3.2 .2 .PRINT REL.CNT 3.1.STATS.SELE.START TEST 4.PARTIAL PRINTING 3.CANC.7.TOTAL RESET 3.FAILURE COUNT.TEST 4.

MACHINE CODE 5.CODE 5.PASS.PRE-ALARM THRES.MACH.4 .INITIALISING DB 5.OPER.1 . 6.3 .EVADTS 5.1.GSM PRE-ALARMS 6.GSM PIN CODE 6.2 .1 .2. CODE ENTRY 5.2 .2 .SEL.VEND."Technician" Menu Summary 5 .1 .SOFTWARE VERSION 6 .CNT 6.2. COMBINATION 6.1.3 .SECURITY CODE 5.2 .3.GROUP NUMBER NEXT FUNCTION / DECREASE DATA UNIT (-1) CONFIRM DATA / CONFIRM FUNCTION © by N&W GLOBAL VENDING SpA PREVIOUS FUNCTION / INCREASE DATA UNIT (+1) DELETE DATA / EXIT FUNCTION 06 2006 271 .RESET PRE-AL.3.1 .PRG.2 .3.1.3 .GSM 6.2. DATE 5.3 .CONNECTION 5.MISCELLANEOUS 5. DATA 5.INSTALLAT.3 .1 .00 35 .

WIRING DIAGRAM LEGEND INITIALS CCB CF CM0-9 CMV D FA FD FT IP ISA LF M1-. DESCRIPTION CAN-BUS CONNECTOR FILTER CONDENSER VENDING MOTOR CAM DISPENSING COMPARTMENT MOTOR CAM DIODE RADIO INTERFERENCE SUPPRESSOR PHOTODIODE PHOTOTRANSISTOR DOOR SWITCH OPEN FLAP SWITCH LAMP RELEASE MOTOR INITIALS MBV MS1 MUR MVT NTC RS232 RT SOR ST SUC TR TX.U... BOARD TRANSFORMER DELAYED FUSE (X=CURRENT) © by N&W GLOBAL VENDING SpA 36 06 2006 271-00 ..P. DESCRIPTION DISPENSING COMPARTMENT LOCK MOTOR FLAP MOTOR MICROSWITCH COMPRESSOR MOTOR FAN TEMPERATURE PROBE SERIAL PORT BALLAST OUT/R BOARD STARTER C...

© by N&W GLOBAL VENDING SpA NOTE .

N&W GLOBAL VENDING S. sx44500 .P.A.

MiniSnakky .

sx44600 .N&W GLOBAL VENDING S.P.A.

MiniSnakky .

© by N&W GLOBAL VENDING SpA NOTE .

All instructions. the characteristics of the equipment described in this publication. tables and information contained in this publication are confidential and can neither be reproduced completely or in part. nor be transmitted to third parties without the written permit of the Manufacturer. without prior notice. EDITION 06-2006 CODE: H 271U 00 . and further declines to accept any responsibility for any inaccuracy contained in this publication which can be ascribed to printing and/or transcription errors.The Manufacturer reserves the right to modify. who has the sole ownership. drawings.

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