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This symbol indicates recyclable material. Validator B. Coin separator C. Photo- sensors F. Refund motor G. Change tubes H. Acceptance chanel I. Rejection chanel J. Refund trolley K. Safety locks The J validation unit is an integrated electronic coin validator and return system for automatic vending machines with MDB protocol.
It features an electronic coin validator model T15, a 5-way separator with 5 return tubes and a removable module with 5 change tubes, providing large amounts of change. Its water-resistant protection system allows for seamless performance in adverse environments.
T15 validator The T15 is an electronic coin validator that can recognise up to 24 different types of coins or tokens. It includes a coin separator coil that allows it to accept and reject coins. It is powered by 12 V DC through a cable connected to the control card.
Coin separator This is the part of the compact that sends the coins accepted by the coin validator to one of the five tubes or to the vault, through the acceptance channel. The photocell assembly at the bottom of the coin separator allows for quick coin location and detection of possible jams.
Return carriage This is the system that extracts the coins from each of the five return tubes with the help of catches. There are also two stops that prevent coins from accidentally dropping from the tubes.
Installing the compact Check that the compact is installed vertically and that the machine lever is not pushing against the coin validator coin return lever. Insert some coins to make sure they drop correctly into the machine return box. Connect the compact to the power source.
Check that the coins in the tubes are correctly programmed in address Check that dots blink in the internal display showing that there is proper communication. Insert at least three coins in each tube through address 25, as shown on page 15 of this manual. Insert a coin and carry out a purchase repeat this process with different coins and channels in the machine.
Since the compact will not have enough change, you will have to insert the exact price at this point. Discharge coins from the tubes address 26 and check that they drop properly into return box. Cleaning the coin validator The walls and ramps of the coin validator where coins circulate should be cleaned regularly with a moist cloth.
Tube jams and changes To disassemble the compact follow the steps below: - Empty the compact's tubes completely. Now the tubes can be accessed by moving the coin separator block sideways. Once the necessary changes have been made, follow the above steps in reverse order to re-assemble the unit. Power supply wire harness for the recording interface, ref. Desktop card drive with the updated version to write the program in the recording card.
The red and green LED's will blink alternately and, if recording has been successful, the green light will continue blinking until the assembly has been disconnected from the power source Using the pushbuttons and the programming display The J can work in two different modes: a sales mode, in which the compact accepts and returns coins and a programming mode. In the first mode the compact is ready for the machine to carry out sales, while in the second mode the working options of the J can be modified.
The compact features a 4-digit display and 4 pushbuttons integrated in the coin separator block, which can be used to view and modify the various programming addresses and their contents. The alternative lighting of the status decimal points thousands and hundreds show the dynamic status of the J - OFF: The J is not receiving power.
When a coin is inserted or coin return is pushed, the hundreds digit in the display will show one of the following codes: 0 Coin inhibited 1 Return requested. If it is kept pressed, the addresses are shown in descending order. Should this not be pressed, the J will automatically return to sales mode one minute after the last action.
Self-check Every time you turn the compact on or you exit programming it goes through a self- check sequence, showing on the display the errors that have been found. A series of ones, twos, and threes will appear on the display, depending on which self-check has found an error. Should there be an error, it will be shown for 3 seconds in the display. Thousands Hundreds Tens Units Self-check 1: 1 in the units' position means that a coin separator coil is malfunctioning.
This error is automatically corrected when the photodiode is unobstructed. Self-check 2: 2 in the units' position indicates that the return motor is malfunctioning, or has experienced a jam. When this error occurs, an error also occurs in the coin separator coil for the tube where the coin should have gone. Self-check 3: 3 In the thousands' position means that the number of coins in each tube has been erased.
The first one is accessed directly, while access to the second group requires that you enter an access code in address The addresses which can be accessed in the first level are: 21 : Number of coins in change tubes. The addresses which can be accessed in the second level in addition to those of the first level are: 22 : Coins programmed in tubes. Use pushbutton 2 to choose the change tube and pushbutton 3 to view the number of coins. If you select a tube and the number of coins in that tube blinks, this means that the accounting data for that tube might not coincide with the actual number of coins in the tube.
To correct this, access this address, which requires second level permissions, and choose the tube with the error. Then go to the field corresponding to address 26 where the tube is emptied until the number of coins in it is zero. There should be a difference of 3 coins with respect to the number of coins in the tube depending on the machine and the number shown at this address, as the compact leaves three coins in the tubes as a safety margin.
The field number corresponds to the tube where the coin is going to go. That is, if you program a coin in field 1, the coins with this value will go to tube 1, and so on for the 5 tubes.
In addition to programming the type of coin that is to go to that tube you need to ensure that the tube model is appropriate for the coin you wish to program, changing it if necessary.
This option will only appear in countries in which there are two physically different coins which can share the same tube. To do this, enter the address and insert coins in the compact. It will only accept those coins to be used for self-loading until the tubes have been completely reloaded.
Should any of the tubes be empty when you begin reloading, the carriage will move to an intermediate position instead of going to one end, to prevent the coins from remaining in vertical position in the crack on the base and jamming. If you exit and re-enter this address this value will be reset to zero.
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