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THE PROGRAMMABLE CONTROL SYSTEM

MK-IV

User’s Manual

General descriptions MODES The system contains six different modes:

1. MANUAL MODE: The mode when the mixer is operated like a manual controlled mixer. Instead of executing a programmed recipe, the mixer is started and operated until it is manually shut off. 2. PROGRAMMING MODE: The mode where all programming and editing takes place.

3. PROGRAM MODE: The mode where all programmed recipes are executed.

4. FIXED MODE: A pure executional mode , mixer will only run the programmed recipes. Neither editing or speed/time overwriting can take place. Manual mode is void. 5. RPM MODE: Computer displays the speed in actual R.P.M.

6. SPEED MODE: Computer displays the speed. (speed 1, 2, 3 and 4)

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The Keypad

The Keypad is used for entering data to the system. ITEM

FUNCTION

EXPLANATION

1.

Program No.

Displays the program Number being executed.

2.

Step

Displays the step number being executed.

3.

Speed

Displays the set-speed.

4.

Time

Displays the elapsed time since start or displays the remaining time to shut down.

5.

Text Area OVERLOAD: MIxer cannot maintain set speed, too much mix or speed set too high. MIN SPEED: The mixer is running at absolute minimum speed. MAX SPEED: The mixer is running at absolute maximum speed. READY: The mixer is ready to start. 2

ITEM

FUNCTION

EXPLANATION

6.

Enter

Used for stepping through a program.

7.

CLR

Clears a flashing display.

8.

Speed up/down arrows.

9.

Time up/down arrows.

Used for adjusting the the speed while the mixer is running. Used for adjusting the the time.

10.

Program

Used to enter/exit program-programming mode.

11.

Pause

Pauses the mixer without losing recipe.

12.

Numeric keys

Used for setting time and speed.

13.

Emergency Stop

Stops the mixer instantly.

14.

Start

Starts the mixer.

15.

Stop

16.

Bowl Lift

17.

Green L.E.D.

Stop and reset key - reduces the speed to minimum and stops the mixer. If available, used for raising and lowering the mixing bowl. Lights up when mixer is paused.

How to run the mixer manually. R.P.M. Mode. Enter the speed desired.

Push

Enter the time desired. Push

Push 3

How to run the mixer manually. SPEED Mode. Enter the speed desired.

Push

Enter the time desired. Push

Push How to input a program. A flashing display indicates that it is expecting the operator to key in a value. A step is always a combination of speed and time. An example is 100 R.P.M. for 5:00 minutes or 0 R.P.M. for 15 seconds (which is a 15 second pause) Please note that the mixer will not start automatically after a pause, the start button must be pushed to proceed to the next step. Up to 25 programs , each constisting of 9 steps , can be stored in memory. A Sample Program Program Number

Step

Speed

Time

1

1 2 3 4 5 6

60 200 0 110 180 0

1:00 5:00 :20 4:00 2:00 0:00

“0” Speed and “0” Time in the last step is mandatory. The control system will read it as a “end of program” mark.

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To program a recipe.

Push

“HOLD FOR 3 SECONDS” Push Push

Enter the speed desired.

Push

Enter the time desired.

Repeat this process for as many as 9 steps per program, after the 9th step , the next program number will display, ready to enter a new recipe.This will continue up to 25 programs. Example

To edit a recipe or to correct mistakes, use the same step above to enter the programming mode, then push “ENTER” to reach the program/step that you wish to edit. To delete a recipe, use the same step above to enter the programming mode, then push “ENTER” to reach the program/step that you wish to erase. Enter “0” in speed and “0” in time in all steps.

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To run a programmed recipe.

Push Enter the Program number.

Push Push

After the ENTER key has been pushed, the data in step 1 will be displayed along with the program number. After the last program step has been executed, the mixer will slow to minimum speed and shut off.

The mixer can be stopped at any time during a recipe by using the “PAUSE” button, the mixer will slow to stop and the recipe will not be lost. To continue on with the same recipe, push “START”.

Fixed Mode Fixed mode is basically designed for users who operate the same recipes over and over again without frequent updating. The maximum numbers of programs available in fixed mode is reduced from 25 to 10. Fixed mode is a purely executional mode, its not possible to adjust the speed or time while in this mode. The mixer will only run recipes that are programmed. The advantage to this mode is that no one can “cheat” the programmed recipe. The only applicable keys are START, STOP, PAUSE,BOWL LIFT, emergency stop and numeric keys.

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To enter “FIXED MODE” Push “HOLD FOR 3 SECONDS” Push “99” Push Push “1 2 3 4”

Push

1 Push the program number. Push

To exit “FIXED MODE” Push

“HOLD FOR 3 SECONDS” Push “1 2 3 4”

Push

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Control Data for Program 26 Program 26 contains the control data required by the computer to operate. This data differs from model to model. To access Program 26. Push “HOLD FOR 3 SECONDS” Push “26” Push Push “1 2 3 4” Push until you reach Step 7.

Push

Enter the value on the following chart that matches the mixer model. Repeat for step 8 and 9. Step 7 Mixer Model W30 W40 W60 W80 W100 W150 Cinnabon 40 Cinnabon 60

Step 8 Value 30 40 60 80 100 150 401 601

Mode “RPM” MODE

Value :00

(Speeds RPM) OR “SPEED MODE” (Speeds 1-4)

Push

Push

8

:02

Step 9 Mixer Model W30 W40 W60 W80 W100 W150 Krispy Kreme Cinnabon 40 Cinnabon 60

Value 369 390 375 422 422 422 425 737 660

In the electronics fail.

A

D

B C

It is possible to bypass the control system if the electronics fail. Please note, when the system is bypassed, the safety devices do not operate. Extreme care should be taken when operating the mixer. 1. Switch off the main power. 2. Open the top lid, flip the dip switch (B) on the back of the computer control from “Auto” to “Manual”.(NOTE: The front L.E.D. lights will not display in “Manual” mode) 3. Disconnect the “Speed Reg” Harness(C). 4. Disconnect the servo motor by removing the cotter pin (A) the the clevis pin. 5. Remove the round black plug button on the right side of the mixer, and insert the auxillary speed lever (D) into the slotted shaft. 6. Close the lid, turn on the power. 7. Only 2 buttons will function, the START key and emergency stop button. Start the mixer and use the auxillary lever to adjust the speed. 9

Error Codes

A error in the mixer will trigger an ERROR code in the time display. See the chart below for an explanation of error codes and the procedure for correcting them. E:201

E:301

E:401

HOT

E:201 The servo motor block actuator (B) did not contact the minimum speed microswitch (A) after the stop button was pushed or the programmed recipe completed. The computer is programmed to slow the mixer down to low speed before shutting off. It will not do this unless the microswitch is contacted by the block mounted on the speed adjustment shaft.

To correct this error: 1) Check the microswitch (A) to see if it is working by manually pushing it, when pushed, the “MIN” light should energize on the control panel. If it does not, the microswitch is faulty. 2) The actuator (B) is not contacting the switch, adjust the switch up by loosening the screws (C). 3) The servo motor is not moving at all. check the fuses in the rear of the control , if blown, replace ,if not blown ,check the voltage (31 VDC) at the servo motor while the mixer is running. If voltage is present, the servo is faulty. Min

Max

B

A

C 10

E:301 There is no signal from the speed pickup (hall effect sensor). To correct this error: 1) Check that the sensor (D) is centered directly above the track of the 3 magnets (F) on the pulley and the gap between the sensor and magnets is 1/16”. If not , bend and / or move the bracket (I) holding the sensor. 2) Inspect the three wires between the sensor and the plug. Replace the sensor if wires are broken. Top View

Side View D

E F

I

E

D

HOT The thermal overload has tripped because of excessive amp draw or heat.

The overload will automatically reset after it has cooled. This function is to protect the mixer. To correct this error: 1) Have a service technician inspect all wiring, contactor and overload for faults. 2) Monitor the amp draw while the unit is operating. If excessive, the drive motor may be failing.

1.5 Amp

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E:4:01 The values in program 26 steps 7, 8 and 9 are missing or incorrect. To correct this error: Push “HOLD FOR 3 SECONDS” Push “26” Push Push “1 2 3 4” Push until you reach Step 7.

Push

Enter the value on the following chart that matches the mixer model. Repeat for step 8 and 9. Step 8

Step 7 Mixer Model W30 W40 W60 W80 W100 W150 Cinnabon 40 Cinnabon 60

Value 30 40 60 80 100 150 401 601

Mode “RPM” MODE

Value :00

(Speeds RPM) OR “SPEED MODE” (Speeds 1-4)

:02

Step 9 Mixer Model W30 W40 W60 W80 W100 W150 Krispy Kreme Cinnabon 40 Cinnabon 60

Value 369 390 375 422 422 422 425 737 660

Push

Push OVERLOAD light: When activated, mixer will lower speed 20% until it can maintain a steady speed. 1. Too much dough in the bowl (overloading) or speed set to high. Lower dough amount and speed. 2. V-belts slipping , tighten belts or replace as needed. 3. Drive pin in motor pulley sheared, replace. 4. Hall effect sensor out of adjustment or magnet disc loose. (See E:301) 12

MAINTENANCE AND ADJUSTMENTS

Fuse data and component location Computer Control 2 Fuses: 8 Amp 6.3 x 32 MM P.N. 20E-418.1

Bowl Lift Servo Motor (If equipped) P.N. 100N-86.02

Hall Effect Sensor P.N. 30E-500M Speed Servo Motor P.N. 60E-517.02

Power Supply 1 Fuse:1.5 Amp 6.3 x 32 MM P.N. 20E-418

Bowl Lift Microswitches (PN 61-522) Each

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Bowl adjustments Models W30, W40, W40P, W60,W60P

W30 = 6 3/8” W40 = 6 3/8” W60 = 7”

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Bowl adjustments Models W80, W100, W150N

W80 = 9 1/8” W100 = 11 5/8” W150 = 11 7/8”

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Lubrication

month

White Lithium Grease (IE Lubriplate)

Nye Fluorocarbon Gel 868VH Order from authorized service agent Part number: WHITE GREASE

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Belt adjustments

NEVER move the base for motor (R)(in the oblong holes) , this is a factory setting and is NOT used to tighten the belts.If the entire unit is to be exchanged, reference the below table. Models W30-W40(P) Distance (B) 11 1/2 inches Models W60-W150 Distance (B) 12 1/4 inches

1. Start by tightening the V-belts (C). 1.A) Loosen the bolts (D) and the jam nut (E). 1.B) Tighten the bolt (F) until the V-belts are tight, ........tighten the the 2 bolts (D). ...C) Back bolt (F) out away from arm. DO NOT ........LEAVE AGAINST ARM. 2. If the main vari belt (A) appears loose when the ....unit is running. ...A) Remove nut (J) and washers (H). ...B) Pry upper spring fork assembly (N) off of shaft. ...C) Remove 1 or 2 washers from (G). ...D) Reinstall spring fork assembly (N) , washers .......(H) and nut. (J). DO NOT TIGHTEN NUT. ...E) Start the mixer and tighten nut (J) until snug. 3. Now turn to Page 20 and follow the instructions ...“Adjustment of low (min) and high (max) speed .. ....microswitches”. 17

Belt Exchange 1. Loosen Bolt (J) and remove washers (H). 2 2. Remove cotterpin (T) and dowel pin (E) from servo linkage. 2 . 3. Remove vari drive belt (A) from pulleys. 2 4. Remove Hall Effect sensor (X) from the rear of the computer. 3 5. Loosen bolts (D) and remove the front v-belts (C) by tilting the center pul ....ley assembly (L) forward and rolling the belts (C) off the front pulley one ....at a time. The belts can now be threaded between the lower fork (M) and ....the lower movable pulley. 3 3 3 3 Installing and tightening of V-belts 3 6. Install the V-belts (C) on the center pulley assembly and front pulley. 3 7. Tighten the two bolts (D). 3 8. Tighten the bolt (F) until the V-belts are tight, then tighten the the 2 bolts ....(D).Back bolt (F) out away from arm. DO NOT LEAVE AGAINST ARM. 9. 9. Install the Hall Effect sensor (X) onto the computer and align. .... (See page 11) . 10. Measure the distance (B) to insure it is within tolerance... ...... Models W30-W40(P) Distance (B) 11 1/2 inches ...... Models W60-W150 Distance (B) 12 1/4 inches . 11. If the measurement is out of spec, the motor assembly should be moved ......by loosening the four bolts (P) on the motor mount plate, sliding the ...... motor until it is within the proper distance, and retighten bolts (P). . 12. Install the vari drive belt. (A) . 13. Install fork assembly. . 14. Install washers (G) and nut. (J) DO NOT TIGHTEN NUT. . 15. Start the mixer and tighten nut. (J) 16. Follow the instructions on Page 20,.“Adjustment of min and max speed ......microswitches”.

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Belt Exchange

19

Adjustment of low and high speed microswitches.

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Adjustment of low and high speed microswitches.

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Speed Servo System

Figure Number

Description

W30, W40 , W40P

W80, W100 , W150

1..........................Sensor..........................30E-500M.........................30E-500M 2..........................Bolt M6.................. ......STA 5432.........................STA 5432 3..........................Magnets.......................30E-515M.........................30E-515M 4..........................Screw...........................STA 5011..........................STA 5011 5..........................Speed Microswitch.......30E-507............................30E-507 5A .......................Speed Micro w/roller....30E-508...........................30E-508 7..........................Shaft ...........................30E-47M...........................60E-47M 8..........................Snap Ring....................STA 3414 .........................STA 3414 9..........................Bushing .......................20-310 .............................20-310 10.........................Screw...........................STA 5636 .........................STA 5636 11.........................Bolt...............................STA 5432..........................STA 5432 12.........................Nut...............................STA 5819..........................STA 5819 13.........................Servo Arm 12MM I.D...30E-543............................60E-543 13.........................Servo Arm 1/2” I.D.......30E-543............................60E-543.1 ITEM 13

I.D. Measure I.D. of hole OR O.D. of Pin.to determine correct part number.

ITEM 18

O.D. 17.........................Plug Button..................30E-47.12.........................30E-47.12 16.........................Speed Servo Motor......60E-517.02.......................60E-517.02 18.........................Servo Pin 12MM O.D...60E-70..............................60E-70 18.........................Servo Pin.1/2” O.D.

60E-70.2...........................60E-70.2

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19.........................Cotter Pin.................. ..STA 6205..........................STA 6205 20.........................Control Assembly.........20E-604M.........................20E-604M 21.........................Emergency Stop..........20E-615M.........................20E-615M 22.........................Retrofit Handle.............20E-47.1M........................20E-47.1M

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Speed Servo System

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Power Supply Figure Number

All Models

Description

1..........................Transformer..............................................................60E-430 2..........................Filter..........................................................................20E-419 3..........................Relay 24VDC............................................................140E-420 4..........................Fuse Holder..............................................................20E-416.1 5..........................Fuse..........................................................................20E-418 6..........................Compression Fittings ...............................................STA 3000 7..........................Thermal Overload.....................................................20-88.24 8..........................Contactor .................................................................100-88.5 9..........................Auxilliary Switch........................................................20-88.47 10.........................Grey Harness............................................................60E-428 11.........................Computer Harness....................................................60E-542.1

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Power Supply

11

2

3 4

10

5

1 6

9

7

8

25

26

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Power Supply Wiring Diagram

1.5 Amp

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