August 30, 1999
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COCA-COLA EVS REVISION 2.2 PROGRAMMING METHOD
The controller has two modes of operation: NORMAL and SERVICE.
In normal mode, on power up display will show software installed in vender, then change to POS
message or decimal point. Note: If “SET MODEL NUMBER” scrolls across the display on power
up with the door open, you will need to program the vender model number in the controller. To
program: with “SET MODEL NUMBER” on the display press select button 4. The display will
show the first available model number for the current vender type. Press select button 2 to scroll
through the available vender model numbers for this vender. When the vender type you wish to
save is showing on the display, press select button 4. The controller will return to normal door
open operating mode. The far right decimal also being lit indicates column(s) is(are) sold-out or
jammed. When money is inserted, the display indicates the total amount of the deposit. The
select buttons are used to select the product. In normal mode you may access an external menu
for reading historical sales counters, cash counters, error codes, none, or return to normal mode.
If configuration switch 4 is set to "C4 0", when the door is opened, "NONE" or a list of Error
codes will show on the display. If configuration switch 4 is set to "C4 1", when the door is opened,
"CASH - ####-##.##", "SALE - ####-####", "EROR", or "NONE" will show on the display. The
service mode is entered when the door is open and the service switch on the controller is pressed.
The operator can now use the first four
select switches to move through the main routine menu.
Select Button 1:
Abort/Cancel - will return to previous menu prompt.
Select Button 2:
Scroll Up - forward in menu.
Select Button 3:
Scroll Down - backward in menu.
Select Button 4:
Enter/Save/Clear - Allows you to enter a specific routine, save what you
have programmed, or clear the error prompts