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Coinco 3000 Manual

Discover everything Scribd has to offer, including books and audiobooks from major publishers. Start Free Trial Cancel anytime. Report this Document Download Now Save Save Coinco 3000 S Series Coin Mech Manual For Later 0 ratings 0% found this document useful (0 votes) 2K views 27 pages Coinco 3000 S Series Coin Mech Manual Uploaded by Chuck Clamon Description: Full description Save Save Coinco 3000 S Series Coin Mech Manual For Later 0% 0% found this document useful, Mark this document as useful 0% 0% found this document not useful, Mark this document as not useful Embed Share Print Download Now Jump to Page You are on page 1 of 27 Search inside document Browse Books Site Directory Site Language: English Change Language English Change Language. By using eBid, you agree to our use of cookies to enhance your experience in accordance with our updated Privacy Policy of 25th May 2018. Want to know more? View our Privacy Policy. Christopher (St. Kitts) and Nevis Sudan Suriname Sweden Switzerland Taiwan Tajikistan Tanzania Thailand Tokelau Tonga Trinidad and Tobago Tunisia Turkey Turkmenistan Turks and Caicos Tuvalu US Virgin Is Ukraine United Arab Emirates United Kingdom United States Uruguay Uzbekistan Vanuatu Vatican City Venezuela Vietnam Wallis and Futuna Send payment to: The Bargain Shack 2772 Emogene St Melvindale, MI 48122 Combined shipping discounts available. Email us after shopping for a combined invoice with a discounted shipping total. Orders ship via U.S. Postal Service, UPS Ground, or FedEx Ground usually within (24) hours of payment. Next-Day Air shipping is available at additional cost (email us for details). Thanks for stopping by. Back to login Login here Contact us with any questions We sell vending machine parts, specializing in electronic note acceptors, coin mechanisms, and vending machine refrigeration compressor decks. The item includes accessories found with the original product and may include a warranty.http://www.ppuhperspektywa.pl/files/edytor/cat-dozer-operators-manual.xml

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Here is a complete kit that includes EVERYTHING you need to allow any MDB vending machine accept credit. They have all the new payout parts that fixed the payout issues prevalent on the older Guardian 6000. The Coinco Guardian coin changer boasts the. It has several upgrades over the older BA30B, such as an easier to remove control box, easier to access switches,. It has several upgrades over the older BA30B, such as an easier to remove control box, easier to access switches, upgraded. It has several upgrades over the older BA50SA, such as an easier to remove control box, easier to access. It has several upgrades over the older BA30B, such as an easier to remove control box, easier to. It has several upgrades over the older BA30B, and the Mag50B (black version), such as an easier to. It has several upgrades over the older BA30B, and the Mag50B (black version), such as an easier to. It has several upgrades over the older BA30B, and the Mag50B (black version), such as an easier to. It has several upgrades over the older BA30B, and the Mag50B (black version), such as an easier to. Featuring the first in the industry water sealed bill path, the Vantage bill acceptor is the beginning of a new era,. Featuring the first in the industry water sealed bill path, the Vantage bill acceptor is the beginning of a new era,. They are made only with MDB. Here are some of the more popular types, and the type of machines that they are generally used in over the last twenty years. With minor maintenance these coin mechanisms will keep functioning in most cases for many years without repairs, and unlike bill validators, do not have rubber parts that wear and cause regular replacement. There are two different series of mechs that Coinco produced during that time period. The 3000 series and 9000 series. In the 3000 series, the two most popular models made were the 3340S and the 3341S. The main difference between the two models is in the number of dollar interface plugs that each unit has.

The 3340S has one basic six pin dollar interface plug. The 3341S has two dollar interface plugs. The six pin mentioned above, and also a twelve pin which with a harness can be hooked directly into a Mars type bill validator such as a VFM3, or VN2511 for direct power and what Coinco refers to as a non standard bill interface.The 9000 series on the other hand can be tuned. This is an advantage when newer coin styles are introduced or if tuning for Canadian coins or tokens. These models could include 9340S, 9360S, 9370S. Many times the 9370S will also have a DEX plug included. This unit has dual interfaces on all coin mechanisms, and can also be tuned. Its tuning features have made this a popular model for use in Canada, and for custom tuning for pesos for use in Mexico as well. The basic difference in these two models is, that one has a twelve pin plug and one has a fifteen pin plug. This is very important to note. Originally when logic style machines were made, they used 110 volt coin mechanisms. Over time, to take this high voltage away from the operator, they made 24 volt twelve pin coin mechanisms. The only problem with this was, that you could accidentally plug a 24 volt unit into a 110 volt twelve pin plug. Due to this fact, the twelve pin 24 volt coin mechanisms were not made for very long and that is why they went to a fifteen pin 24 volt unit, to make a clear difference for the operator between the 110 volt and 24 volt coin mechanisms. Use caution whenever plugging in a 24 volt twelve pin unit to make sure that your machine is wired for 24 volts and not for 110 volts. A Coinco 9340L is also used in some machines that were not originally equipped with dollar bill validators, so they need this unit to add that ability. Later coin mechanisms include Coinco Coin Pro 3 and Mars Electronics TRC6512.A soft cloth and a mild solution is usually recommended by the manufacturers of the coin mechanisms.

For complete cleaning instructions please refer to the original manuals provided by the manufacturers. Please refer to the cleaning instructions of each unit before starting to clean. Only the coin mechanisms mentioned above can be easily repaired or exchanged at most repair facilities. If you are currently using any of the older coin mechanisms not mentioned in this article and have them fail, you might decide it is worth it to move up to a newer style of vending machine. Bookmark the permalink. Notify me of new posts via email. To find out more, including how to control cookies, see here. Our comprehensive selection of Coinco model service manuals include COINCO BILL ACCEPTOR BA30 PARTSSERVICE AND OPERATION MANUAL., COINCO BILL ACCEPTOR BA32R PARTSSERVICE AND OPERATION MANUAL, COINCO COIN CHANGER 9300L SERIES PARTSSERVICE AND OPERATION MANUAL, COINCO COIN CHANGER 9300S SERIES PARTSSERVICE AND OPERATION MANUAL, COINCO COIN CHANGER GLOBAL 2 800 SERIES SERVICE AND OPERATION MANUAL, COINCO COIN CHANGER S759800A S759800B PARTSSERVICE AND OPERATION MANUAL, COINCO ELECTRONIC COIN CHANGER 3000S SERIES PARTSSERVICE AND OPERATION MANUAL, COINCO ELECTRONIC COIN CHANGER 9302GX SERIES OPERATION AND SERVICE MANUAL, COINCO GUARDIAN 6000 PARTSSERVICE AND OPERATION MANUAL, COINCO MAGPRO BILL ACCEPTOR OPERATION AND SERVICE MANUAL, COINCO MAGPRO R SERIES BILL ACCEPTOR OPERATION AND SERVICEPARTS MANUAL, COINCO QUANTUM 700 SERIES 4TUBE OPERATION AND SERVICE MANUAL, COINCO QUANTUMPRO 4TUBE OPERATION AND SERVICE MANUAL and many more. You can be reading the service manuals that are available in a downloadable.pdf format today. Our Coinco service manuals are also available in CD ROM, Microfiche and as paper hardcopies. We provide our customers with thorough parts and repair manuals that enable them to quickly fix the faulty Coinco device in no time at all.

If appears, then the manual is available for immediate download and you will receive the information right after placing your order We will then attempt to locate the service manual for you and in most cases get back to you within 24 hours. Don't worry. It happens to the best of us. We use cookies on www.momenti.mk in order to improve your user experience on our website. This allows us to improve your future experience while using our website.Out of these cookies, the cookies that are categorized as necessary are stored on your browser as they are essential for the working of basic functionalities of the website. We also use third-party cookies that help us analyze and understand how you use this website. These cookies will be stored in your browser only with your consent. You also have the option to opt-out of these cookies. But opting out of some of these cookies may have an effect on your browsing experience. This category only includes cookies that ensures basic functionalities and security features of the website. These cookies do not store any personal information. It is mandatory to procure user consent prior to running these cookies on your website. Taking time to read this manual and become familiar with the information will help you obtain the best performance from your Coinco Guardian coin changer. Product Overview and Features The Guardian 6000 changer incorporates a wide range of benefi ts, including: Six self-replenishing coin tubes with cash accountability. Swing-out, illuminated payout cassette. Built-in self diagnostics. MDB (Multi-Drop Bus) interface (optional MDB to USB converter available). Interchangeable coin tubes enable simple payout re-confi guration. Full support of Guardian features and upgrades using the Coinco FP-5 Field Programmer For Your Records A label indicating the changer s model number and serial number can be found on the side of the Guardian coin changer.

Refer to the model number and serial number whenever you call your Coinco Service Center for information or service. The fi rst four digits of the changer serial number indicate when the unit was built, which is also the beginning of the warranty period: First two digits: indicate the week of manufacture. Third and fourth digit: indicate the year. Icons The following icons will guide you throughout the manual. Each icon highlights an area you may want to pay closer attention to. STOP i Indicates a checklist type of process that you can readily check as you proceed to the next step. Indicates a warning that you should adhere to. It is often accompanied by the words DO NOT Indicates that this is a good time to pause, step back, and verify that everything is correct before proceeding further. Indicates a helpful hint or shortcut to simplify the task. Indicates frequently asked questions with their corresponding answers. Indicates a possible issue dependent on the application and provides direction on how to correct the problem should it occur. If the unit is damaged, notify the shipping company immediately. The consignee (person or company receiving the unit) can fi le a claim against the carrier for shipping damage. We recommend you keep the original carton and packaging materials to reuse if you need to transport or ship the coin changer in the future. If the coin changer is being stored or used as a spare, always keep it in its shipping carton when not in use. This will keep it clean and offer the best protection for the unit. Changer Components IRDA Link Acceptor Gate Acceptor Release Latch Sorting Door Coin Denomination Markings Payout Cassette Release Latch Escrow Lever LCD Display User Interface Keypad Acceptor Docking Cradle Sorting Door Latch External Data Port Installing the Changer 1. Remove power from the vending machine. DO NOT connect the changer harness to the vending machine with power connected. 2.

Remove the acceptor from the changer housing by pressing the acceptor latch (see Figure 4) on the front of the acceptor and pull the escrow lever towards you, away from changer housing. 3. Disconnect the acceptor s ribbon cable from the changer housing (see Figure 5). Lift the acceptor slightly to free the lower acceptor studs from the changer housing. Escrow Lever Place the acceptor in a clean, dry area. 4. Set the three mounting holes in the back of the changer housing over the mounting screws in the vending machine (see Figure 6). Tighten securely by hand. Acceptor 5. Re-install the acceptor by inserting the Release lower acceptor studs into the changer Latch housing. Plug the acceptor ribbon cable into the changer housing. Press the top of the acceptor into the changer housing until the acceptor latch engages the changer housing. 6. Verify the vendor s coin return mechanism is adjusted so that the Acceptor gate is fully closed. There should be a small gap between the coin return mechanism and the changer escrow lever. STOP Verify steps 1 to 7 are completed correctly. 8. Apply power to the vending machine. 9. The changer will power up, perform an auto-test of all systems, then the display will begin cycling in steady state mode. See Figure 7. Figure 5 Figure 7 Power Up Sequence Guardian 6000 Typical User Display Messaging SW: v1.1 v1.1 HW: v1 MDB Checking Diagnostics Intro screen. Shows current versions of software and hardware. Performs self-diagnostics of systems. If there are errors, recommendations are given. Current tube configuration. Note: Some Guardian models may show different messaging. Pivot the Payout Cassette out of the changer housing to access the coin tubes (See Figure 9). Once the latch has been depressed, the Payout Cassette must be at least partially opened before it can be closed and reset properly. Fill the six coin tubes to the desired levels with the appropriate coins.

Refer to the individual labels at the top of the tube to determine which coin denominations go in each tube. NOTES: Make sure all coins lay flat and fi ll each coin tube to be used with at least 5 coins. For the most reliable operation, do not load coin tubes above the 100% level marking. If not using all 6 tubes, leave all tubes installed and make sure to disable coin routing and coin level sensing for unused tubes. Figure 8 Payout Cassette Release Latch By Removing Cassette: The cassette can also be lifted out of the changer for loading coins. Open the Payout Cassette and swing it out, then lift the Payout Cassette straight up to remove it (See Figure 11). Load coins as described above. Reinstall the Payout Cassette by fi rst positioning it on the lower pin, then align the upper pin and lower the cassette To Load Front Tubes Only: Tubes A,B, and C can be hand loaded without opening the cassette. Basic keypad navigation is shown in Figure 14 and a coin payout mode summary in Figure 13. Keystrokes Hold down alpha key until at least 4 coins are dispensed. Press Escrow Lever. Press any key. Figure 13 Note: The last several coins in a tube can be paid out with individual button pushes. Figure 12 Sorting Door Latch Does the changer pay out all coins from tubes or leave hidden coins. How are hidden coins reported. As is typical with most changers, the Guardian leaves some hidden coins per tube (typically 5 per tube) to ensure in coming coins will always stack properly. These coins can be paid out in a manual pay out mode. Hidden coins are not reported on MDB and are not available for change making. Dispensing Coins Verify proper payout operation 11. Pay out at least two coins from each tube to ensure proper operation. Press each coin tube Inventory Button (See Figure 13) to dispense coins. Figure 14 Right Arrow: Move across screen or selects current item. Upper Level Menu: Current Menu: Lower case for this menu. Up Arrow: up in current menu.

Left Arrow: Go back one menu level. Inventory Buttons (Letters): For coin tube or password actions. CANCEL: Exit out of operation, or go up one menu level. MAIN MENU Audit Down Arrow: down in current menu. To reset fl oat, adjust the coin levels and repeat step 13 above. When I add coins prior to resetting my float level, the changer automatically kicks coins out. Why? Overfi ll Paydown automatically returns any coins that exceed the Float Mode level. Any coins added to the coin tubes after parring, or adding coins prior to setting a higher Float level will result in these extra coins being sent to the coin return. See Step 15 above for how to Disable Float. Why is it that sometimes when setting a Float Level, the Float setting does not match the exact value of coins loaded in the changer. This could be for a couple of different reasons. Secondly, when setting the fl oat level, the coin level sensing assumes a minimum of the hidden coin level (5 coins per tube) for all enabled tubes, even if there are no coins loaded. Acceptor Module The Acceptor Module contains the majority of the Guardian s control logic. The Acceptor can electronically validate up to 32 different coin types and actively route accepted coins to six coin tubes or to the vending machine cashbox. A LCD display provides visual feedback on the functioning condition of the changer. Six inventory buttons allow the user to manually dispense coins from the coin tubes. The MENU button allows access to enter special programming and features. The Acceptor Module transmits credit and status information and receives payout and control information from the vending machine. The Acceptor monitors each coin tube to know when it is full so any additional coins can be routed to the cashbox. Option 4: Out of Service Out of Service Changer non-operational and requires immediate attention.

Coin Acceptance Deposited coins enter the coin inlet funnel, where they are directed down a coin rail formed by the mainplate and acceptor gate. Optical and magnetic sensors positioned along the rail validate the coins. When the coin reaches the end of the coin rail, motor and solenoid-operated coin doors direct the coins to either the coin tubes, cashbox or to the coin return chute. Pressing the escrow lever physically opens the acceptor gate, allowing bent coins and foreign materials to fall into the coin reject chute. Movement of the front gate is also detected by the coin changer electronics and is communicated to the vending machine controller causing any customer credit to be paid back. If coins are deposited too closely together (fast feed), one or more coins may be rejected if the 13 13 SECTION 3: GENERAL CHANGER OPERATION acceptor cannot safely route them to the appropriate coin tube. When any object (coin, counterfeit coin, etc.) is rejected, the changer will temporarily delay coin validation to allow the rejected object to exit the changer. Housing Module The Housing Module consists of the changer housing, MDB harness and changer board. The backside of the housing has three mounting holes for attaching the Guardian changer to the vending machine. The cashbox coin chute is also part of the housing. Coin Tube Cassette The coin cassette contains the six coin tubes that store coins for change payout. The front and back halves of the cassette hinge together to form the coin return chute. Rejected coins from the acceptor pass through the center of the cassette assembly and fall out the bottom of the coin changer. Accepted coins are guided into the coin tubes. Payout Module The bottom of the Guardian changer is the Payout Module. Coins stored in the coin tubes of the cassette are dispensed by the payout modules motor driven belt. The belt has two pins attached to it, which engage a sweeper at the bottom of each coin tube.

When the sweeper is engaged, one coin is released from the coin tube. The acceptor module sends information to the payout module for dispensing coins from the cassette. Coin Level Sensing The Pulse-Echo coin level sensing method emits and detects sound waves. The number of coins is calculated by the amount of time it takes the emitted sound wave to defl ect off the coin stack and return to be detected. (See Figure 17) Pulse-Echo Coin Sensing Techonology Figure 17 EMIT RETURN How often does the changer scan the tubes. The Guardian will automatically scan after any coin deposit or payout. It will also scan after any change in state, e.g. when the payout cassette or sorting door is opened then closed. I added one coin to a tube and the coin level sensing did not detect it. It may not necessarily detect a difference when a single coin is added. This is normal and is within the technology s margin of error. Does the Guardian require tube sensing calibration as with some other models. No, it does not require any calibration to attain its level of accuracy. 14 14 SECTION 3: GENERAL CHANGER OPERATION Menu Navigation The following views summarize menu navigation for the Guardian 6000 changer: General menu navigation and keypad functionality is shown in Figure 14. The special hotkeys to streamline key operations are shown in Figure 18. Figure 18 - (any individual alpha key) Guardian Hotkeys:Displays coin denomination and quantity for the selected tube (A-F). Also used for manual payout. (1 push): Accesses Main Menu (2 pushes): Begins Audit Current Data reporting.: Establishes float at current change level.: Disables Float mode.: Shows Payout Cassette coin configuration.: Initiates Float Paydown (if enabled). Menu Structure The main menu consists of three primary functions: 1) Audit capabilities 2) Changer Setup, and 3) Recommendations. The overall menu layout is shown in Figure 19. This fi gure is also your guide showing where each menu topic is reviewed in this user manual.

Figure 20 shows more information specifi cally on the Setup menu. What happens if I do not complete a programming change and walk away mid-stream. For safety purposes, the Guardian times out if a programming step is not completed.Turn off Float Mode. Assign coin routing for standard cassette. Assign coin routing for custom configuration. Determine which coins are accepted. Set change paying algorithm. Enable Standard or High Security by coin. Figure 20 Add token, assign value and routing. Delete previously loaded token. Change token value. Change routing (coinbox, coin return tube). Block a slug from being accepted. Run autotest for changer troubleshooting. Change MDB Level for changer communications. Set baseline language. Delete Audit Historical data. Return changer to factory settings. Change user password. Change password protection level for menu. 16 SECTION 4: TYPICAL USAGE Now that you ve installed and completed the basic setup of your Guardian 6000 changer, this section will review typical route operations. More detailed setup capabilities are detailed in Section 5. Parring the Guardian Parring is the action of bringing the changer back to its original float level. This can be accomplished either via the Guardian s automated parring system (when Float has been set by the user), or visually when Float has not been set. 1. Automated Parring System: The simplest way to par is by using the Guardian s automated parring recommendations. See Figure 21 for details. If coins only need to be added to the front tubes, the Sorting Door can be opened instead of the payout cassette. Otherwise, everything else is the same in Figure Manual or Visual Parring: The Guardian can also be parred visually by refilling the tubes to the approximate levels. This can be accomplished either by using the tube markings, or by using the optional Guardian adjustable par rings. The Manual or Visual Parring methods are only to be used when Float Mode is disabled.

Open the payout cassette (all tubes) or sort door (front tubes only) and load coins to the desired tube level marking to the parring level. Par rings can be adjusted to the desired level by sliding them up or down on the tubes. 17 17 SECTION 4: TYPICAL USAGE Automated Parring Routine Note: Float must be set to use this capability. 1. Depress cassette release lever. 2. Swing payout cassette open. Figure 21 D05 E25 F25 A25 B10 C05 Current tube configuration when cassette release lever depressed. Checking System Diagnostics OK Scanning Coin Counts Overfill Paydown CANCEL or ENTER Par Complete Guardian verifies status of all systems. System check status reported. Any problems would be noted. Coin tubes are scanned for updated levels. If too many coins are added, excess coins are paid out automatically. Overfill Paydown feature can be disabled. Par routine is complete. Overfi ll Paydown is defaulted to on in the standard changer setup. See Figure 22 for how to turn this feature on or off. Float Paydown is commonly used to ensure the maximum change making capability is always available without having to manually fi ll the changer during the route visit. Float Paydown is defaulted to off in the standard changer setup. See Figure 22 for how to turn this feature on or off. 19 19 SECTION 4: TYPICAL USAGE Audit Reporting The Guardian features a means of tracking and reporting all sales. Audit data consists of two types of data: 1) Current Data, and 2) Historical Data. 1. Current (Resettable) Data: consists of changer data stored since the last user reset. See Figure 23 for details. The user can quickly begin Audit Current Data reporting by pushing MENU twice. Refer to Figure 18 for additional information on changer hotkeys. 2. Clear Current (Resettable) Data: Clears all changer data since the last user reset. Current data can be cleared at any time. See Figure 23. How are Exact Change Losses calculated.