INGLES-ENGLISH




    COMPACT J-2000 MDB REMOVABLE TUBES




                 GUIDE MANUAL

MNP11M02GB03      January 200...
WARNING
Read these instructions carefully before installing the compact:


-        Before connecting, make sure the volta...
TABLE OF CONTENTS:

1.- WORKING CONDITION                                      4
2.- SYMBOL OF THE INSTRUCTIONS MANUAL    ...
1- WORKING CONDITION.
The compact can work between      0 ºC up to 60 ºC.

2- SYMBOL OF THE INSTRUCTION MANUAL.



      T...
3- DESCRIPTION




A. Validator
B. Coin
separator
C. Display
& buttons
D. Steel “U”
E. Photo-
sensors
F. Refund
motor
G. C...
T15 validator
The T15 is an electronic coin validator that can recognise up to 24 different types of
coins or tokens. It i...
Tube jams and changes




To disassemble the compact follow the steps below:
- Empty the compact's tubes completely.
- Rem...
Now the tubes can be accessed by moving the coin separator block sideways.
Once the necessary changes have been made, foll...
Updating the program

     •      DOWNLOADING FROM A PC:
     To download a compact program from a PC you need the followi...
c)  Choose the menu option CARD- RECORD-J2000 MDB if the compact
              does not have uPSD technology and J2000MDB ...
Pushbutton “1” is used to enter programming mode and to choose the address to be
consulted or modified. If it is kept pres...
Self-check
Every time you turn the compact on or you exit programming it goes through a self-
check sequence, showing on t...
4- Programming addresses

The programming addresses have been divided into two groups. The first one is
accessed directly,...
There should be a difference of 3 coins with respect to the number of coins in the tube
depending on the machine and the n...
FIRST RELOADING:
                                                     Should the tubes be completely
                     ...
Setting this field to 3 will give you access to the tube discharge mode which omits the
machine's inhibition commands. Thi...
0_27: Deletes all compact faults. To do this, enter the fields pressing button “3” and
then press button “2”. 2 hyphens wi...
1_27: Faults in separator coils: fault codes are the sum of one or more of the following:
                          1: coi...
8_27: This field shows the faults in the return stop coils. Should one of the stop coils
fail, a fault will also appear fo...
“__48” COIN BASE
This sets the value of the base coin. The possible values are from 1 to 255.
The programming system is th...
ENTERING THE CODE
When you press button “2” in this address, a zero will appear in digit no. 4. Press
button “3” to reach ...
oriented protocol allows the machine to consider them as two different tubes,
      each with a different type of coin.
  ...
delete all the parameters of the dipswitch programming zone (process for eliminating
any existing programmed settings). Th...
5- TECHNICAL CHARACTERISTICS


Dimensions:                          353 x 137 x 82 mm
Weight:                             ...
Connecting the wire harness for MDB
Connections between the J2000 compact and the machine take place via a MOLEX
39-01-206...
Summary of programming addresses:


Add. Level   Description
    1        21 : Number of coins in change tubes.
    2     ...
Available tubes:
                                     DIAMETERS AND THICKNES OF TUBES




                      POSITION A...
Possible tube positions:
                                       ADAPTATION RINGS FOR 4 AND 5 POSITION
                    ...
Coin stops:
                      ADJUSTMENT OF THE CEILING YOU COINS TO THE TUBES




                         D3        ...
ENVIROMENT
          Not place in rubbish any electronic control board, because there are a
          lot of components th...
The J-2000 sends all   Type of change      Check the values of address 22. Check in
coins to the vault.    badly          ...
Problem                 Possible causes       Steps to follow
Coins jam in one of     Type of change        Check the valu...
NOTES:




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  1. 1. INGLES-ENGLISH COMPACT J-2000 MDB REMOVABLE TUBES GUIDE MANUAL MNP11M02GB03 January 2009 -Rev 6 Page: 1 of 36
  2. 2. WARNING Read these instructions carefully before installing the compact: - Before connecting, make sure the voltage is correct. - Consult appendix 5 of this manual to install the compact. - We recommend you to read this instruction manual before connecting the compact. Jofemar S.A. Ctra. de Marcilla Km.2, 31350 Peralta. Navarra, Spain. http: // www.jofemar.com Tel. +34 948 75 12 12 Fax +34 948 75 04 20 MNP11M02GB03 January 2009 -Rev 6 Page: 2 of 36
  3. 3. TABLE OF CONTENTS: 1.- WORKING CONDITION 4 2.- SYMBOL OF THE INSTRUCTIONS MANUAL 4 3- DESCRIPTION 5 T15 VALIDATOR 5 COIN SEPARATOR 5 RETURN CARRIAGE 6 INSTALLING THE COMPACT 6 CLEANING THE COIN VALIDATOR 6 TUBE JAMS AND CHANGES 7 UPDATING THE PROGRAM 9 USING THE PROGRAMMING PUSHBUTTONS AND DISPLAY 10 SELF-CHECK 12 Self-check 1: 12 Self-check 2: 12 Self-check 3: 12 4- PROGRAMMING ADDRESSES 13 “__21” COINS IN CHANGE TUBES 13 “__22” COINS PROGRAMMED IN TUBES 14 “__23” SECOND COIN PROGRAMMED IN TUBE 14 “__25” : RELOADING CHANGE TUBES 14 FIRST RELOADING 15 “__26” DISCHARGING CHANGE TUBES 15 “__27” : CONSULTING AND RESETTING FAULTS 16 “__29” : PROGRAMMING LIMITS 19 “__30” : RECOVERY MOTOR 19 “__31” AUTOMATIC TUBE DISCHARGE 19 “__38” COIN INHIBITION 19 “__48” COIN BASE 20 “__50” CODE TO ACCESS SECOND LEVEL 20 ENTERING THE CODE 21 CHANGING THE CODE 21 “__51” J-2000 SELECTOR CHECKS 21 “__52” TYPE OF PROTOCOL 21 “__61” IDENTIFICATION No 22 “__62” MANUFACTURING DATE 22 “__63” COUNTRY CODE 22 “__67” PROGRAMMING NEW COINS 22 “__68” SOFTWARE VERSION 23 5- TECHNICAL CHARACTERISTICS 24 CONNECTING THE WIRE HARNESS FOR MDB 25 SUMMARY OF PROGRAMMING ADDRESSES 26 AVAILABLE TUBES: 27 POSSIBLE TUBE POSITIONS 28 COIN STOPS 29 6- TROUBLESHOOTING 30 MNP11M02GB03 January 2009 -Rev 6 Page: 3 of 36
  4. 4. 1- WORKING CONDITION. The compact can work between 0 ºC up to 60 ºC. 2- SYMBOL OF THE INSTRUCTION MANUAL. This symbol indicates that there are more information in another point of this manual. This symbol is in reference with programming. This symbol notices that the text is very important. This symbol notices that there isn´t to place something material in rubbish. This symbol indicates recyclable material. MNP11M02GB03 January 2009 -Rev 6 Page: 4 of 36
  5. 5. 3- DESCRIPTION A. Validator B. Coin separator C. Display & buttons D. Steel “U” E. Photo- sensors F. Refund motor G. Change tubes H. Acceptance chanel I. Rejection chanel J. Refund trolley K. Safety locks The J2000 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. MNP11M02GB03 January 2009 -Rev 6 Page: 5 of 36
  6. 6. 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 22. 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. MNP11M02GB03 January 2009 -Rev 6 Page: 6 of 36
  7. 7. Tube jams and changes To disassemble the compact follow the steps below: - Empty the compact's tubes completely. - Remove the front cover (1). - Loosen the selector by moving the catch (2). - Remove the screws located in the selector catch and on both sides of the U-shaped plate. (3) After these steps, place the compact on a horizontal surface and remove the U- shaped plate as shown on the figure: MNP11M02GB03 January 2009 -Rev 6 Page: 7 of 36
  8. 8. 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. MNP11M02GB03 January 2009 -Rev 6 Page: 8 of 36
  9. 9. Updating the program • DOWNLOADING FROM A PC: To download a compact program from a PC you need the following: Recording interface for J-2000 MDB compacts with Flash memory, ref. code: 8590057 RS-232 communications wire harness, ref. code: 8800756. Power supply wire harness for the recording interface, ref. code: 8800755. Flash memory recording application: FLASH RECORDER. 1.- Connect the recording interface to the PC using the RS-232 communications wire harness. 2.- Connect the compact power supply wire harness to the interface. 3.- Choose the program to record: a) Copy the program that you wish to download into the sub-directory C:JofemarGrabadorMemoriasFlashMaquinasJ2000MDB if the compact is MDB but without uPSD technology and, if it has uPSD technology, the program is stored in the directory J2000MPS. b) Run the program by clicking on the icon which was created on the desktop when the program was installed. c) Choose the menu option FLASH- RECORD-J2000 MDB if the compact does not have uPSD technology and J2000MDB uPSD if it has uPSD technology, and choose the program that you wish to record in HEX format. 4.- Connect the interface power supply wire harness to the check box or to the machine. 5.- When the program has been downloaded, the computer screen will show the message. “J2000 RECORDED”. • DOWNLOADING FROM A CARD DRIVE: To download the program to the compact from a card drive you need the following: Recording interface for J-2000 MDB compacts with Flash memory, ref. code: 8590057 Recording card. Desktop card drive with the updated version to write the program in the recording card. Power supply wire harness for the recording interface, ref. code: 8800755. 1.- Record the program in the recording card following the steps below: a) Copy the program that you wish to record in the compact, into the sub- directory C:JofemarRrabadorMemoriasFlashMaquinasJ2000MDB if the compact is MDB but without uPSD technology and, if it has uPSD technology, the program is stored in the directory J2000MPS. b) Run the program by clicking on the icon which was created on the desktop when the program was installed. MNP11M02GB03 January 2009 -Rev 6 Page: 9 of 36
  10. 10. c) Choose the menu option CARD- RECORD-J2000 MDB if the compact does not have uPSD technology and J2000MDB uPSD if it has uPSD technology, and choose the program that you wish to record in HEX format. 2.- Connect the compact power supply wire harness to the interface. 3.- Connect the card drive to the interface. 4.- Then, connect the interface power supply wire harness to the check box or to the machine. 5.- Program recording will begin and the green LED will remain the ON position. 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 J2000 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 J2000 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 J2000: - OFF: The J2000 is not receiving power. - ANY POINT ON: The J2000 is powered but there is no communication with the machine. - ALTERNATIVE BLINKING: The machine is communicating. 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. 2 Coin not recognised. 3 Coin accepted. 6 Coins jammed in the selector. 9 Error in synchronisation with the selector. In addition to indicating coin rejection because of inhibition (code “0” in acceptance monitoring) it allows us to distinguish between the coin inhibitions from the machine and those from the compact in the following way: - 0 : The coin is inhibited by the machine. - “-0. “: The coin is inhibited by the compact. MNP11M02GB03 January 2009 -Rev 6 Page: 10 of 36
  11. 11. Pushbutton “1” is used to enter programming mode and to choose the address to be consulted or modified. If it is kept pressed, the addresses are shown in descending order. Pushbutton “4” is used to return to the acceptance mode. Should this not be pressed, the J2000 will automatically return to sales mode one minute after the last action. Pushbuttons “2” and “3” are used to view and modify the contents of the programming addresses. MNP11M02GB03 January 2009 -Rev 6 Page: 11 of 36
  12. 12. 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. The coil that is malfunctioning will appear in address 1_27. 1 in the tens' position means that a return coil is malfunctioning. In address 2_27 you can check in which coil the error has taken place. 1 in the hundreds' position means that a coin separator photodiode is covered. You can check out which photodiode has caused the error in address 3_27. This error is automatically corrected when the photodiode is unobstructed. 1 in the thousands' position means that there is an error in the selector. This type of error will appear in address 4_27. Self-check 2: 2 in the units' position indicates that the return motor is malfunctioning, or has experienced a jam. Once you have solved the problem, go to address 5_27 to delete the error. 2 in the tens' position indicates that the recovery motor is malfunctioning. The error will appear in address 6_27. 2 in the tens' position indicates that a coin has gone to the wrong tube. In address 7_27 you can see which tube it should have gone to and which tube it has actually ended up in. When this error occurs, an error also occurs in the coin separator coil for the tube where the coin should have gone. 2 in the thousands' position indicates that one of the stop coils does not have an electrical connection. In address 8_27 you can check which one it is. Self-check 3: 3 In the thousands' position means that the number of coins in each tube has been erased. MNP11M02GB03 January 2009 -Rev 6 Page: 12 of 36
  13. 13. 4- Programming addresses The programming addresses have been divided into two groups. The first one is accessed directly, while access to the second group requires that you enter an access code in address 50. The addresses which can be accessed in the first level are: 21 : Number of coins in change tubes. 25 : Change tube reloading. 27 : Fault consultation and reset. 50 : Second level access code. 68 : Software version. The addresses which can be accessed in the second level (in addition to those of the first level) are: 22 : Coins programmed in tubes. 23 : Second coin programmed in tube. 26 : Discharging change tubes. 29 : Limit programming. 30 : Programming of recovery motor. 31 : Automatic tube discharge. 38 : Coin inhibition. 48 : Base coin programming. 51 : J2000 selector checks. 52 : Type of protocol (MDB-ICP). 61 : N Identification no. 62 : Manufacturing date. 63 : Country code. 67 : Programming new coins “__21” COINS IN CHANGE TUBES The number of coins stored in the return tubes can be consulted at this address. Use pushbutton 2 to choose the change tube and pushbutton 3 to view the number of coins. 1_21: No. of coins in tube 1. ..... 5_21: No. of coins in tube 5. 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. Press button “3” to set the maximum number of coins that can go into the tube. Then go to the field corresponding to address 26 where the tube is emptied until the number of coins in it is zero. Once you have set the number of coins, you also need to delete the error that will appear in address 9_27. MNP11M02GB03 January 2009 -Rev 6 Page: 13 of 36
  14. 14. 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. “__22” COINS PROGRAMMED IN TUBES At this address the value of the coins that can go to each tube is programmed. Once this address is reached, press button “2” to increase the field. 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. If you press button “3” in the field, the coin currently programmed for that tube will be shown. Press button “2” repeatedly to select the coin that you want to place in that tube, taking into account that if there are two coins with the same value, the newest value will appear with the decimal point at the units' position. If you do not wish to program any coins in a tube, choose the indicator ‘----’. 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. “__23” SECOND COIN PROGRAMMED IN TUBE This is the address where you program the value of the second type of coin which is going to go to each tube is programmed. This option will only appear in countries in which there are two physically different coins which can share the same tube. For tubes that contain a single type of coin this field is programmed with the value “----”.For example, a change combination programmed this way might have the following values: Tube 1 Tube 2 Tube 3 Tube 4 Tube 5 Add 22: 5 c white 10 c white 20 C 50 C 50 C Add 23: 5 c yellow 10 c yellow ---- ---- ---- “__25” : RELOADING CHANGE TUBES This address allows you to reload the return tubes. 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. This address also shows the money contained in the tubes: - Press button “2” to view the value of the money in the tubes. - Press button “3” to view the value of the money reloaded at that time through this address. If you exit and re-enter this address this value will be reset to zero. MNP11M02GB03 January 2009 -Rev 6 Page: 14 of 36
  15. 15. FIRST RELOADING: Should the tubes be completely empty when entering this address the carriage will move to an intermediate position and only those coins going to tubes 2, 3 and 4 will be accepted. Whenever there are three coins in any of these tubes, the carriage will reposition, pulling the catch of the corresponding tube. When repositioning, should it detect that the three tubes have at least one coin, the carriage will move to the right and the compact will also accept coins in tubes 1 and 5, repositioning itself when any of these tubes has the three coins. Do not reload tubes manually!! “__26” DISCHARGING CHANGE TUBES At this address you can configure the discharging method used and also discharge the change tubes. There are 6 fields in this address, the first field is used to select the discharging method and the other five are used to discharge each of the five change tubes. 0_26: When you set this field to 1, you can directly access address 26 outside programming mode with pushbuttons 2, 3 and 4. If you do not wish to have option, set it to 0. Setting this field to 2 allows coin discharge outside programming mode using the following pushbuttons: Key 2 3 4 Tube 1 2 3 MNP11M02GB03 January 2009 -Rev 6 Page: 15 of 36
  16. 16. Setting this field to 3 will give you access to the tube discharge mode which omits the machine's inhibition commands. This allows you to discharge the tubes at any time. In this case, the J2000 does not provide any tube discharge accounting data. 1_26: Consulting and discharging coins from tube 1. Press button “3” to view the number of coins in the tube. Every time “2” is pressed, one coin will be discharged from that tube. ..... 5_26: Consulting and discharging coins from tube 5. Although possible, we do not recommend having the compact working under normal sale conditions with any tube having less than the minimum safety number of coins. because of this, we do not recommend emptying any tube completely. Should any tube be empty, we recommend inserting the first coins through address 25. “__27” : CONSULTING AND RESETTING FAULTS This address shows the faults which may occur in the compact. To browse through each of the 10 possible fields, use button “2”. To view field contents press button “3”. If you wish to delete the fault, press button “2” again while you are viewing the error. If there is more than one fault in this field the resulting number will be the sum of the faults detected. For example, if a 9 appears in address 3_27, the tube 1 and tube 4 photodiodes are covered. The tube numbers are as follows: The description of the fields is as follows: MNP11M02GB03 January 2009 -Rev 6 Page: 16 of 36
  17. 17. 0_27: Deletes all compact faults. To do this, enter the fields pressing button “3” and then press button “2”. 2 hyphens will be displayed and all faults that the compact may have are erased. MNP11M02GB03 January 2009 -Rev 6 Page: 17 of 36
  18. 18. 1_27: Faults in separator coils: fault codes are the sum of one or more of the following: 1: coil 1 faulty. 2: coil 2 faulty. 4: coil 3 faulty. 8: coil 4 faulty. 16: coil 5 faulty. This fault occurs when a coin does not reach the tube it should have reached or when the coil does not have a good electrical connection. 2_27: Faults in change tube coils: fault codes are the sum of one or more of the following: 1: coil 1 faulty. 2: coil 2 faulty. 4: coil 3 faulty. 8: coil 4 faulty. 16: coil 5 faulty. This address also indicates a fault when the number of coins set in address 22 for a given tube is wrong, there is an error in the accounting data for that tube, or the coil does not have a good electrical connection. If a fault occurs in the coils of the return stops, the coils of the tubes controlled by these stops will also appear as malfunctioning. 3_27: Covered tube photodiodes: fault codes are the sum of one or more of the following: 1: tube 1 photodiode covered. 2: tube 2 photodiode covered. 4: tube 3 photodiode covered. 8: tube 4 photodiode covered. 16: tube 5 photodiode covered. Faults shown at this address disappear when the photodiode is uncovered. If there is a fault at this address this is because there is a coin covering the photodiode at the mouth of the corresponding tube. 4_27: Shows the number resulting from the sum of one or more selector faults. The fault codes are: 1: Fault in the flap or photocell of the selector exit. 2: Synchronisation fault in the selector. 5_27: Displays a “1” when the return motor is malfunctioning. 6_27: Displays a “1” when there is an error in the recovery system. 7_27: In this field an error appears when a coin has not gone to its tube correctly. The code that appears at this address is the result of the sum of the code of the tube where the coin should have gone and the tube where the coin has actually gone. The codes for the tubes are: 1: for tube 1. 2: for tube 2. 4: for tube 3. 8: for tube 4. 16: for tube 5. MNP11M02GB03 January 2009 -Rev 6 Page: 18 of 36
  19. 19. 8_27: This field shows the faults in the return stop coils. Should one of the stop coils fail, a fault will also appear for the tubes controlled by that coil. The possible fault codes are: 1: Error in coil 1 -> Shows faults in the coils of tubes 1 and 2. 2: Error in coil 2 -> Shows faults in the coils of tubes 4 and 5. 3: Error in coils 1 and 2 -> Shows faults in all coils except tube 3. 9_27: Fault codes when option settings are lost: 16: Coins in tubes lost. These faults disappear when the information is entered again. The addresses in which the compact detects that information has been lost will blink. “__29” : PROGRAMMING LIMITS This address has five fields and allows you to set the maximum number of coins that can be stored in each return tube. 1_29: Maximum number of coins in tube 1. .... 5_29: Maximum number of coins in tube 5. The programming method is the same as that shown in the section “code insertion” for address “__50”. The maximum number of coins programmable cannot exceed the maximum number of coins which fit in the tube and if a higher number is entered, it will automatically revert to the maximum number allowed. “__30” : RECOVERY MOTOR If the compact has a recovery motor installed, this option should be set to 1. Otherwise, set it to 0. “__31” AUTOMATIC TUBE DISCHARGE This address allows you to discharge the compact's tubes to a predetermined level. The number of coins that must remain in the change tubes after this discharge are programmed in fields “1_31” to “5_31”. The default setting is 10 coins. This way, if you press button “3” in this address, 4 horizontal dashes will appear on the display. If you then press button “2” the discharge will take place. Field 0-31 shows the level at which this programming option is enabled, If it is set at ‘1’ the address is accessible at level 1 and level 2 and if it is set at ‘2’ it is only accessible at level 2. After a reset, this value will be set at ‘2’. “__38” COIN INHIBITION This address allows you to individually inhibit coin acceptance. The fields are as follows: 1_38: Inhibition of coins 1 to 4. 2_38: Inhibition of coins 5 to 8. 3_38: Inhibition of coins 9 to 12. 4_38: Inhibition of coins 13 to 16. For example, if address 3_38 is set to 14, the compact will not accept coins 10, 11 and 12 (2+4+8). The annex includes a table with the number corresponding to each coin. MNP11M02GB03 January 2009 -Rev 6 Page: 19 of 36
  20. 20. “__48” COIN BASE This sets the value of the base coin. The possible values are from 1 to 255. The programming system is the same method explained in “entering the code” section of the instructions for address “__50” below. “__50” CODE TO ACCESS SECOND LEVEL To access addresses that require second programming level permissions you need to enter here the access code. This code is a 4 digit number, entered one digit at a time. After gaining access, the compact lights up the decimal point for units, which remains on until it returns to sales mode. This address allows you to modify the programmed code. In addition to this programmable code there is a fixed code which works like a master key. This “master” code is recorded, together with the software, in the control card EPROM or, in the case of compacts with flash technology, in flash memory. MNP11M02GB03 January 2009 -Rev 6 Page: 20 of 36
  21. 21. ENTERING THE CODE When you press button “2” in this address, a zero will appear in digit no. 4. Press button “3” to reach the value corresponding to the first digit and press button “2” to confirm this digit and move on to the next digit. Use the same procedure to enter the other three digits. Once the last digit has been entered, press button “2” and, if the code is correct, the decimal point for digit 1 will light up, indicating that you have accessed the second level. CHANGING THE CODE To restrict access to second level programming (coins in tubes, inhibitions, programming new coins, etc.) you can change the second level programming access code. To do this go to this address and press button “3”. The display will show the current code. To change it press button “2”. A zero will appear in digit 4, and you can enter the new code following the same process explained above to access second level programming. The “master” code is found in the annex of this manual. The second level allows you access to all addresses in programming mode, including those from first level. From the time you access this second level until you exit programming mode the decimal point at the right of the display will remain lit. “__51” J-2000 SELECTOR CHECKS 0_51: Checking accepted coins. Shows the value and destination of the coin. If the coin is going to change tubes, the number shown corresponds to the sum of codes associated to the tubes where the coin is going. Tube 1: Code 1. Tube 2: Code 2. Tube 3: Code 4. Tube 4: Code 8. Tube 5: Code 16. This way, when you insert a coin, its value is displayed and, then the tubes where it is going. For example, 6 would mean that the coin was going to tubes 2 and 3 (2+4 = 6). If the destination is the vault, the value will be 32. 1_51: Checking coin acceptance. Shows only the value of the coin recognised. “__52” TYPE OF PROTOCOL At this address you can program the type of communication protocol used between the compact and the machine. The protocol types are: -0: MDB protocol. -1: ICP protocol. -2: Tube-oriented MDB protocol —instead of a coin-oriented protocol. If there are two tubes in the compact containing the same type of coin, the tube- MNP11M02GB03 January 2009 -Rev 6 Page: 21 of 36
  22. 22. oriented protocol allows the machine to consider them as two different tubes, each with a different type of coin. -3: Tube-oriented ICP protocol. “__61” IDENTIFICATION NO Used to program an identification no. This value has 6 decimal figures. “__62” MANUFACTURING DATE Used to program manufacturing month and year, each one with two decimal figures. For example, code 0598 means the compact was manufactured in May 1998. “__63” COUNTRY CODE Country code is displayed (e.g., 0034 for Spain). “__67” PROGRAMMING NEW COINS To include a new coin type in the compact, you first need to record it in the T15 selector. To do this, if the new coin does not belong to any existing coin family, follow these steps: The T-15 selector allows for programming and deleting coins using the dipswitches. Recording a coin using dipswitches. The recording process is as follows: - Disconnect the selector (remove the connecting cable) or turn off the machine that provides the power supply for selector. - Put dipswitches 1, 2, 3 and 4 in the ON position. - Apply power (connect the connecting cable or turn the machine on). - Put dipswitch 3 in the OFF position. - Put dipswitch 2 in the OFF position. - Put dipswitch 1 in the OFF position. - Now you are in programming mode, ready to program a new coin and you have three possibilities: - Programming a new coin: Put dipswitch 1 in the ON position. When you insert the first coin, the selector will initialise the parameter zone and will only program read parameters. Insert the coin to be programmed several times (recommended process). - Extending the programming of a coin that has already been programmed using this procedure: Put dipswitch 1 in the OFF position. When you insert the coins, existing parameters will not be erased and those obtained from the new coins will extend these (process to extend parameters). - Deleting a coin programmed using this procedure: Put dipswitch 1 in the ON position and, without inserting any coins, put dipswitch 4 in the OFF position. The selector will MNP11M02GB03 January 2009 -Rev 6 Page: 22 of 36
  23. 23. delete all the parameters of the dipswitch programming zone (process for eliminating any existing programmed settings). The selector will move the acceptance electric magnet twice. To exit programming mode in cases a) and b), put all dipswitches in the OFF position. After doing so with dipswitch 4, the selector will move the acceptance electric magnet twice. (For more information on recording. inhibiting, etc. coins, consult the T15 selector programmer’s manual.) Once you have recorded it in the T15 selector, take the following steps to record the new coin in the compact: • In address 67 enter field 0-67: insert a new coin. The code of the new coin will appear on the display. • Enter field 1-67 to view the code of the new coin, confirming the recording. • In field 2-67 program the value of the new coin. • In field 3-67 program the maximum number of the new coins allowable in tubes. If it is a token, leave the field as zero. Once you have carried out all the previous steps, exit address 67 and the compact’s coin tables will be updated. Turn the compact off and on again to be able to work with the new coin. The coin can now be sent to tubes. To be able to do this you have to have a tube suitable for the diameter and thickness of the new coin. If the value of the coin or the maximum number of coins in tubes has been erroneously programmed, you can reprogram the values following the above steps. In this case, field 1-67 will display 4 hyphens to indicate that the coin has already been programmed. “__68” SOFTWARE VERSION This address shows the version of the software currently used in the compact. This address cannot be modified. MNP11M02GB03 January 2009 -Rev 6 Page: 23 of 36
  24. 24. 5- TECHNICAL CHARACTERISTICS Dimensions: 353 x 137 x 82 mm Weight: 2.8 kg Power consumption on standby: 150 mA Maximum current peaks: 4A Power source voltage: DC between 18.5 and 45 V AC op to 24 V MNP11M02GB03 January 2009 -Rev 6 Page: 24 of 36
  25. 25. Connecting the wire harness for MDB Connections between the J2000 compact and the machine take place via a MOLEX 39-01-2060 connector. The terminals of this connector are: N1 Colour Function 1 Blue VDC * 2 Black Ground * 3 — n.c. 4 Pink Master RXD 5 Green Master TXD 6 Violet Common RXD/TXD *) This wire harness allows you to provide a DC power supply for the contact. To provide an AC power supply, you need to change the wire harness. MNP11M02GB03 January 2009 -Rev 6 Page: 25 of 36
  26. 26. Summary of programming addresses: Add. Level Description 1 21 : Number of coins in change tubes. 2 22 : Coins programmed in tubes. 1 25 : Reloading change tubes. 2 26 : Discharging change tubes. 1 27 : Consulting and resetting faults. 2 29 : Programming limits. 2 30 : Recovery motor installed. 2 31 : Automatic tube discharge. 2 38 : General coin inhibition. 2 48 : Coin base. 1 50 : Code to access second programming level. 2 51 : J2000 selector checks. 2 52 : Type of protocol (MDB-ICP). 2 61 : ID No. 2 62 : Manufacturing date. 2 63: Country code. 2 67: Programming new coins. 1 68: Software version. MNP11M02GB03 January 2009 -Rev 6 Page: 26 of 36
  27. 27. Available tubes: DIAMETERS AND THICKNES OF TUBES POSITION A down: Coins thickness between >=1.2mm. y <1.7mm. POSITION B down: Coins thickness between >=1.7mm. y <2.3mm. POSITION C down: Coins thickness between >=2.3mm. y <3.1mm. The place in the B position cut as indicated. TUBES COINS TUBES COINS T 7010072 Ø 17 >15<=16.2 T 7010076 Ø 26 >23.9<=25.2 T 7010073 Ø 19 >16.2<=18.2 T 7010099 Ø 26.8 >25.2<=26 T 7010074 Ø 21 >18.2<=20.2 T 7010061 Ø 27.5 >25.2<=26.7 T 7010098 Ø 22.2 >20.2<=21.4 T 7010077 Ø 29 >26.7<=28.2 T 7010075 Ø 23.5 >21.4<=22.7 T 7010062 Ø 30.5 >28.2<=29.7 T 7010097 Ø 24.7 >22.7<=23.9 T 7010078 Ø 32 >29.7<=31.2 MNP11M02GB03 January 2009 -Rev 6 Page: 27 of 36
  28. 28. Possible tube positions: ADAPTATION RINGS FOR 4 AND 5 POSITION POSITION 5 POSITION 4 TOP RING BOTTOM RING TOP RING BOTTOM RING T 7030129 T 7030130 T 7030133 T 7030134 Ø 22.2 - Ø 23.5 - Ø 22.2 - Ø 23.5 - Ø 21 - Ø 19 - Ø 17 Ø 21 - Ø 19 - Ø 17 Ø 24.7 - Ø 26 Ø 24.7 - Ø 26 To fit the tube in positions 4 and 5, You must use a top To fit the tube in positions 4 and 5, You must use a top ring and a bottom ring. (C1) ring and a bottom ring. (C2) POSITION 5 POSITION 4 POSITION 1 POSITION 2 POSITION 3 When the Ø 17 y Ø 19 tubes were placed in position 1,2 and 3, You must place this piece in the top of the tube. Ø 17 y Ø 19 TUBES SUPLEMENT (T 7030128). TUBE POSITION INTO COMPACT POSITION TUBE 1 Ø 17 - Ø 19 - Ø 21 - Ø 22.2 - Ø 23.5 - Ø 24.7 - Ø 26.8 2 Ø 17 - Ø 19 - Ø 21 - Ø 22.2 - Ø 23.5 - Ø 24.7 - Ø 26 - Ø 26.8 3 Ø 17 - Ø 19 - Ø 21 - Ø 22.2 4 Ø 21 - Ø 22.2 - Ø 23.5 - Ø 24.7 - Ø 26 - Ø 26.8 - Ø 27.5 - Ø 29 - Ø 30.5 - Ø 32 5 Ø 17 - Ø 19 - Ø 21 - Ø 22.2 - Ø 23.5 - Ø 24.7 - Ø 26 - Ø 26.8 - Ø 27.5 - Ø 29 ● Place the smallest tubes in the position 1,2 and 3. ● Tubes to be placed in position 1,2, and 3, place the greatest in the position 1, and the smallest in position 3 ● Tubes to be placed in position 4 and 5, place the greatest in the position 5 and the other in the position 4, except when using tubes of Ø 32. This tube can only be fitted in position 4. ● It is possible to fit coins with a maximal size of Ø 21 mm. in the position 3 with a special tube. The codes of this tubes are: T7010097 ( A down), and T7010098 (down). MNP11M02GB03 January 2009 -Rev 6 Page: 28 of 36
  29. 29. Coin stops: ADJUSTMENT OF THE CEILING YOU COINS TO THE TUBES D3 D4 D5 To adapt this piece to tubes 4 and 5, cut it as shown in the drawing. POS. 5 POS. 4 WARNING: Alter placing the tubes and the safety locks, test that locks go up and down without problems. POS. 1 POS. 2 POS. 3 D1 D2 To adapt this piece to tubes 1 and 2, cut it as shown in the drawing. J-2000 BACK SAFETY LOCK J-2000 FRONT SAFETY LOCK T 7030132 T 7030131 D3 Ø 17 - Ø 19 - Ø 21 D1 Ø 17 - Ø 19 - Ø 21 D4 Ø 22.2 - Ø 23.5 - Ø 24.7 - Ø 26 - Ø 27.5 D2 Ø 22.2 - Ø 23.5 - Ø 24.7 - Ø 26 - Ø 26.8 D5 Ø 29 - Ø 30.5 - Ø 32 MNP11M02GB03 January 2009 -Rev 6 Page: 29 of 36
  30. 30. ENVIROMENT Not place in rubbish any electronic control board, because there are a lot of components that can be recyclable. Consult to the local authorities to obtain information on their recyclable. 6- TROUBLESHOOTING The following table is a guide for solving the more usual faults in coin changers. It describes a series of anomalies which may occur in the J 2000, the possible causes and the steps to follow to correct them or to determine the causes of these anomalies as far as possible before contacting our technical support service. Problem Possible causes Steps to follow Coins not accepted. The J-2000 is Check power source voltage is within The display is out. missing or has machine limits. Cannot access the wrong power programming mode. source. Check continuity of cables between the machine and the J-2000 and between the control card and the power source. You can enter Cables incorrectly Connect cables properly. programming mode connected. but the compact does not communicate. The compact The T15 coin Go to address 51 and check the coin is communicates validator does not set to be accepted. properly and enters accept the coins. programming mode but all coins are rejected and a 2 is displayed. The machine coin Raise switch number 8 in the coin acceptance validator and check if the coin is channel is accepted. touching the antistring device of the T15. MNP11M02GB03 January 2009 -Rev 6 Page: 30 of 36
  31. 31. The J-2000 sends all Type of change Check the values of address 22. Check in coins to the vault. badly address 51 whether the coins should go programmed. to the corresponding tubes. The return tubes Check address 27, reset the malfunction are not working. and empty the tubes. Maximum Check addresses 21 and 29 to see that number of coins maximum numbers have not been in tube exceeded. reached. MNP11M02GB03 January 2009 -Rev 6 Page: 31 of 36
  32. 32. Problem Possible causes Steps to follow Coins jam in one of Type of change Check the values of address 22. the tube’s mouth. badly programmed. Model of tubes Replace the tubes with other tubes wrong for this suitable for the coins used. change combination. The J-2000 rejects a The T15 selector Clean the selector with a cloth moistened high percentage of measuring with alcohol. If rejects persist, send the coins. In sales channel is dirty. selector to technical support for monitoring mode, readjustment. the display shows a “2” every time a coin enters. The door of the Check how the coin return lever works. selector is not Remove any obstacle. fully closed. The J-2000 does not The connection Connect the cable. accept any coin. No cable between number appears the selector and when a coin is the control card is inserted. broken or disconnected. Coins not accepted The machine Check the cables connecting the and the display does not respond machine to the compact. shows a “1” properly to permanently. communication. Programmed data Electrical noise. Make sure the unit is properly grounded. have been lost. Address 25 does not First reloading Consult page 15. accept coins from not carried out tubes 1 and 5. properly. MNP11M02GB03 January 2009 -Rev 6 Page: 32 of 36
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  36. 36. Jofemar S.A. JOFEMAR RESERVES THE RIGHT TO INTRODUCE IMPROVEMENTS ARISING FROM ITS CONTINUOUS RESEARCH IN THIS MODEL WITHOUT PRIOR NOTICE MNP11M02GB03 January 2009 -Rev 6 Page: 36 of 36

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