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Programming and Configuration
Manual

Tumble dryer

Compass Pro
438 9216-30/EN
Original instructions
2016.11.07

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  • Page 1: Tumble Dryer

    Programming and Configuration Manual Tumble dryer Compass Pro 438 9216-30/EN Original instructions 2016.11.07...
  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    Contents Contents 1 General ..............................5 Activating service mode......................5 Abbreviations ..........................6 2 Service menu............................7 3 Function test ............................8 ACTIVATE OUTPUTS ......................10 SHOW INPUTS ........................11 MCU ............................11 INTERNAL COM........................12 EXTERNAL COM........................12 DISPLAY TEST ........................12 4 Configuration ............................13 LANGUAGE SETTINGS......................13 4.1.1 DEFAULT LANGUAGE ....................13 4.1.2 SECOND LANGUAGE ....................14 4.1.3 LANGUAGE TIMEOUT....................14...
  • Page 4 Contents 4.13.1USE TEXT MESSAGING ....................34 4.13.2TMIS TIMEOUT SEC......................34 4.13.3SET SOON READY MSG ....................34 4.13.4UNLOCK DOOR TIMEOUT (not valid for tumble dryers)............34 4.13.5MASTER CODE (not valid for tumble dryers)..............34 5 Price programming ..........................35 SET COIN 1 VALUE.........................35 SET COIN 2 VALUE.........................35 DECIMAL IN PRICE.........................35 PRICE ON ALL PROGRAMS....................35 PRICE/PROGRAM ........................36...
  • Page 5: General

    Programming and Configuration Manual 1 General This manual is intended for personnel with the authority to adjust parameters in the machine’s existing programs, programming coin meters, reading statistics and configuring certain interfaces between the machine and the user. Programming is achieved by using menus on the display while the machine is in service mode. This manual lists all available menus and submenus and a description of those.
  • Page 6: Abbreviations

    Programming and Configuration Manual 1.2 Abbreviations Abbreviation Explanation Motor Control Unit DLCU Door Lock Control Unit Communication Clock-Wise Counter Clock-Wise Over Heat Residual Moisture Control Real Time Clock Central Booking Terminal Voice Guidance Board AWS / AS Automatic Weight System / Automatic Saving Daylight Saving Time Internal Payment System Heat Pump...
  • Page 7: Service Menu

    Programming and Configuration Manual 2 Service menu The service menu is used for example to: • Control the machine function • Configuration of the machine / prices / parameters • Read statistics and system information When the machine is in service mode the display lists the submenus available in the SERVICE MENU. SERVICE MENU FUNCTION TEST CONFIGURATION...
  • Page 8: Function Test

    Programming and Configuration Manual 3 Function test The function test is used to facilitate troubleshooting the machine. It is for example possible to: • Control the machine functions • Control the sensor signals to the CPU board • Check the communication in the machine control system •...
  • Page 9 Programming and Configuration Manual 1. Check input GAS ERROR. If the value is 0 the gas control box is indicating an error. To reset the gas control box, activate the output GAS ER- ROR RESET for a couple of seconds.
  • Page 10: Activate Outputs

    Programming and Configuration Manual 3.1 ACTIVATE OUTPUTS Activate the ACTIVATE OUTPUTS menu. The display will now show the functions that can be activated: • FAN MOTOR • DRUM MOTOR CW • DRUM MOTOR CCW • HEATING 1 • HEATING 2 •...
  • Page 11: Show Inputs

    Programming and Configuration Manual 3.2 SHOW INPUTS Activate the SHOW INPUTS menu. The display will now show input functions that can be detected: • SERVICE BUTTON • SERVICE 2 INPUT • O.H. INLET AIR • O.H. OUTLET AIR • DOOR CLOSED •...
  • Page 12: Internal Com

    Programming and Configuration Manual Motor status showed in the service program From MCU (first data byte) bit 7 bit 6 bit 5 bit 4 bit 3 bit 2 bit 1 bit 0 Indicate a Reset trip Writing, Weight mode Unbalance Serial control Always 0 Always 0...
  • Page 13: Configuration

    Programming and Configuration Manual 4 Configuration Activate the CONFIGURATION menu. SERVICE MENU FUNCTION TEST CONFIGURATION PRICE PROGRAMMING STATISTICS PROGRAM PARAMETERS SYSTEM DEFAULT LANGUAGE The display will now show the following submenus: • LANGUAGE SETTINGS • TIME/DATE • USER INTERFACE • MACHINE ADDRESS •...
  • Page 14: Second Language

    Programming and Configuration Manual 4.1.2 SECOND LANGUAGE Second language is only possible on some markets and segments. Set the language to be shown as the second language. The second language will be displayed in the user interface when machine is idle position and during running mode. 4.1.3 LANGUAGE TIMEOUT Set the time after which an unused machine should return to the default language and return to the program...
  • Page 15: Daylight Saving Time

    Programming and Configuration Manual 4.2.5 DAYLIGHT SAVING TIME It is possible to activate and set the rules for daylight saving time (DST) with the parameters (start and stop) for day- light saving time. The function use the internal RTC clock in the timer. The internal time needs to be correct in order for this function to work.
  • Page 16: User Interface

    Programming and Configuration Manual 4.3 USER INTERFACE Activate the USER INTERFACE menu. If a password is set in YOUR PASSWORD, a password is needed to continue. Enter the password set in YOUR PASS- WORD and press the control knob. The display will now show the following submenus: •...
  • Page 17: Your Password

    Programming and Configuration Manual 4.5 YOUR PASSWORD Set if some of the menus shall be password protected or not. The menus that will be protected by this password are: • PRICE PROGRAMMING • PROGRAM PARAMETERS • LANGUAGE SETTINGS • USER INTERFACE •...
  • Page 18: Common

    Programming and Configuration Manual 4.7.1 COMMON The following sub-menus are available in COMMON menu: • PROCESS MENU TIME • INACTIVE TIMEOUT • REGRET TIME • PAUSE PERMITTED • PAUSE TIME • NEW PROG. SELECT • ABORT PROG. ALLOW • SHOW STATISTICS •...
  • Page 19 Programming and Configuration Manual 4.7.1.1 PROCESS MENU TIME The PROCESS MENU is the menu that appears on the display when pressing the control knob (start button on ma- chines without control knob) in the user interface during operation. Set the time that it is possible to activate the PROCESS MENU during a program run. Default value is set to 24 hours, which means that it always is possible to activate the menu.
  • Page 20 Programming and Configuration Manual 4.7.1.9 STATUS MENU Set the desired function for the sub-menu STATUS MENU in the PROCESS MENU in the user interface. ON = It is possible to activate STATUS MENU during the time set in PROCESS MENU. OFF = The sub-menu will not be displayed in the PROCESS MENU.
  • Page 21 Programming and Configuration Manual 4.7.1.17 SECOND LANGUAGE Second language is only possible on some markets and segments. Set the language to be shown as the second language. The second language will be displayed in the user interface when machine is idle position and during running mode. 4.7.1.18 ALLOW LANGUAGE CHANGE Set if language change is allowed or not in the user interface.
  • Page 22 Programming and Configuration Manual 4.7.1.26 COIN 2 Set the value for coin slot 2. Example: If the value is set to 10 the coin value will be displayed as 10 (if the DECIMAL IN PRICE is set to NO) or 00,10 (if the DECIMAL IN PRICE is set to YES).
  • Page 23 Programming and Configuration Manual 4.7.1.35 DEFAULT TRIANGLE OPT. This menu is only valid for machines with triangle options. Set the triangle option that shall be used as pre-selection in user interface. Turn the control knob to see the triangle options. 4.7.1.36 SERVICE MENU TIMEOUT Set the time for SERVICE MENU TIMEOUT.
  • Page 24 Programming and Configuration Manual 4.7.1.43 24 HOURS DISPLAY Set if the display for the internal RTC clock shall show 12 or 24 hours. YES = 24 hours NO = 12 hours 4.7.1.44 ENABLE DST Set if the internal RTC clock shall adjust the time according to the DST settings automatically. YES = The internal RTC clock shall adjust the time according to the DST settings automatically.
  • Page 25: Dryer

    Programming and Configuration Manual 4.7.2 DRYER The following submenus are available in DRYER menu: • ALLOW DRUM SPEED CHANGE • ABORT PROG. DOOR OPEN • STARTS ON DOOR CLOSING • TIME PER COIN • SHOW LOAD FEW ITEMS • CHANGE TIME STEP •...
  • Page 26 Programming and Configuration Manual 4.7.2.6 CHANGE TIME STEP Set the step time that is displayed in the user interface when selecting time in a time program. If the time is set to 5 minutes, when selecting time in the user interface, the time will be displayed with 5 minutes inter- vals.
  • Page 27 Programming and Configuration Manual 4.7.2.15 ENABLE INT. FILTER TEST This internal filter test is only available on T5190LE tumble dryer. The internal filter test is a function to notify that the filter is clogged and needs to be cleaned. If enabled, the warning message; NOTIFY RESPONSIBLE! CLEAN SPECIAL FILTER will be shown to the user when the display “dims up”...
  • Page 28: Config. 2

    Programming and Configuration Manual 4.7.2.21 VAC. ERR. FAN STOP TIME Set the time for fan stop if vacuum is lost during program run. The pre-set value is 10 seconds. 4.8 CONFIG. 2 Activate the CONFIG. 2 menu. A password is needed to continue. The display will now show an eight figure code. Call authorized service and state the code.
  • Page 29: Common

    Programming and Configuration Manual 4.8.1 COMMON The following submenus are available in COMMON menu: • LONG PRESS FOR SERVICE • BACKLIGHT MIN. VALUE • BACKLIGHT MAX. VALUE • STEP HEAT DELAY • CHANGE PASSW. CONF. 1 • PPU ACTIVE The menus are used as factory installations and must normally not be changed. If changes shall be made, contact authorized service before carrying out the change.
  • Page 30: Error Code

    Programming and Configuration Manual 4.9 ERROR CODE Activate the ERROR CODE menu. The listed error codes can be triggered without “a real error has occurred”. This menu makes it possible to deactivate such an error code. Select the error code to activate or deactivate. Note! Do not deactivate an error code before the cause for it is verified and resolved.
  • Page 31: Process Menu

    Programming and Configuration Manual RESET TO FACTORY A password is needed to continue. The display will now show an eight figure code. Call authorized service and state the code. Authorized service will assign a pass code. Enter the pass code you have been given and press the control knob.
  • Page 32: Pause Time

    Programming and Configuration Manual 4.11.5 PAUSE TIME Set the maximum time a program can be paused before it is aborted. 4.11.6 NEW PROG. SELECT Set the desired function for the sub-menu CHANGE PROGRAM in the PROCESS MENU in the user interface. ON = It is possible to activate CHANGE PROGRAM during the time set in PROCESS MENU.
  • Page 33: 1Service Alarm

    Programming and Configuration Manual 4.12.1 SERVICE ALARM Set if the machine shall give a service alarm or not. YES = Active (how the service alarm shall be triggered is set in SERVICE ALARM OPTION NO = Not active (no service alarm) 4.12.2 SERVICE ALARM OPTION Set how the service alarm shall be triggered.
  • Page 34: 1Use Text Messaging

    Programming and Configuration Manual Door lock function (not valid for tumble dryers) When program is finished, a message will be displayed, prompting to send a text message or manually enter phone number to unlock door. The door will unlock if: •...
  • Page 35: Price Programming

    Programming and Configuration Manual 5 Price programming Activate the PRICE PROGRAMMING menu. SERVICE MENU FUNCTION TEST CONFIGURATION PRICE PROGRAMMING STATISTICS PROGRAM PARAMETERS SYSTEM DEFAULT LANGUAGE The display will now show the following submenus: • SET COIN 1 VALUE • SET COIN 2 VALUE •...
  • Page 36: Price/Program

    Programming and Configuration Manual 5.5 PRICE/PROGRAM Activate the PRICE/PROGRAM menu. The display will now show the programs that can be programmed with a price. • NORMAL • LOW • NO HEATING Set the price for each program. 5.6 PRICE/OPTION Activate the PRICE/OPTION menu. The display will now show the options that can be programmed with a price.
  • Page 37: Happy Hour

    Programming and Configuration Manual 5.13 HAPPY HOUR The happy hour function is used to set up different times for price reduction — HAPPY HOUR. The function use the internal RTC clock in the timer. The internal time needs to be correct in order for this function to work.
  • Page 38: Example On How To Set Coin Values

    Programming and Configuration Manual 5.14 Example on how to set coin values Set the time to be payed for in SET TIME/PROGRAM menu. Set the price for the set time in PRICE/PROGRAM menu. Set the coin value in SET COIN 1 VALUE (and SET COIN 2 VALUE). Coin Pulses from electronic coin meter Programming of coin 1 (value per pulse)
  • Page 39 Programming and Configuration Manual Programming coin meter microswitches Coin meters are available in various pre-programmed versions. Each version can be programmed for two or three dif- ferent currencies using microswitches; see example in the table. The table shows the various coin meter versions, currencies and microswitch settings.
  • Page 40 Programming and Configuration Manual Order number Currency Applicable in the following countries Microswitch settings United Arab Emirates (Dirham) South Africa (Rand) 438892008 Israel (Shekel) GBP 1 (before 2017) 438893859 16 European countries, etc. (Euro) GBP 1 (before 2017) 438893759 16 European countries, etc. (Euro) China 438893012...
  • Page 41: Statistics

    Programming and Configuration Manual 6 Statistics Activate the STATISTICS menu. SERVICE MENU FUNCTION TEST CONFIGURATION PRICE PROGRAMMING STATISTICS PROGRAM PARAMETERS SYSTEM DEFAULT LANGUAGE The display will now show the following submenus: • RUN HOURS • TRIP RUN HOURS • LAST SERVICE TIME •...
  • Page 42: Trip Programs

    Programming and Configuration Manual 6.5 TRIP PROGRAMS This menu shows the total running time, in hours, since the TRIP PROGRAMS counter was last reset. Resettable. 6.6 PROGRAM STATISTICS Activate the PROGRAM STATISTICS menu. The display will now show the available programs. •...
  • Page 43: Error Log

    Programming and Configuration Manual 6.11 ERROR LOG Activate the ERROR LOG menu. The display will now show the following submenus: • NUMBER OF ERRORS • ERROR LOG 1 • ERROR LOG 2 • MCU ERROR LOG 1 • MCU ERROR LOG 2 NUMBER OF ERRORS This menu shows the total number of error codes that has been activated on the machine.
  • Page 44: Power Fail

    Programming and Configuration Manual TIME OK PROGRAMS This menu shows the run time completed OK programs, not rapid advanced, not aborted. COMPLETED OK PROGRAMS This menu shows the number of completed OK programs, not rapid advanced, not aborted. ABORTED PROGRAMS This menu shows the number of aborted programs.
  • Page 45: Program Parameters

    Programming and Configuration Manual 7 Program parameters Activate the PROGRAM PARAMETERS menu. SERVICE MENU FUNCTION TEST CONFIGURATION PRICE PROGRAMMING STATISTICS PROGRAM PARAMETERS SYSTEM DEFAULT LANGUAGE The display will now show the following submenus: • ACTIVATED PROGRAMS • PARAMETER PROGRAMMING • CONFIG BUTTONS •...
  • Page 46: Activated Programs

    Programming and Configuration Manual 7.1 ACTIVATED PROGRAMS This functions is used to specify the programs in the program library that are to be made available to the user and in which order the programs are to be presented on the display. When activated, all the programs contained in the installed program library are listed.
  • Page 47 Programming and Configuration Manual EXTENDED PROGRAMMING Possibility to change drum rotation parameters. (Only valid for machines with reversing drum). • OVERRIDE MOTOR ACTION • REVERSING (only visible if OVERRIDE MOTOR ACTION is set to YES) • MOTOR CLOCKWISE (only visible if OVERRIDE MOTOR ACTION is set to YES) •...
  • Page 48: Config Buttons

    Programming and Configuration Manual OUTLET AIR TEMP. Adjust the outlet air temperature. COOLING TIME Adjust the cooling time. ANTICREASE PARAM. • FAN ALWAYS OFF FAN ALWAYS OFF Adjust the fan settings in ANTI CREASE. YES = Fan is always off NO = Fan is always on (default setting) 7.3 CONFIG BUTTONS Press the config button to be set up / changed on the machine.
  • Page 49: Set Start After Pause

    Programming and Configuration Manual 7.4 SET START AFTER PAUSE If a pause is programmed in a program module there is a possibility to program a time when the machine shall restart from pause automatically. The function use the internal RTC clock in the timer. The internal time needs to be correct in order for this function to work.
  • Page 50: System

    Programming and Configuration Manual 8 System Activate the SYSTEM menu. SERVICE MENU FUNCTION TEST CONFIGURATION PRICE PROGRAMMING STATISTICS PROGRAM PARAMETERS SYSTEM DEFAULT LANGUAGE The display will now show the following submenus: • SYSTEM INFORMATION • MACHINE ADDRESS 8.1 SYSTEM INFORMATION The display will now show the following submenus: •...
  • Page 51: Default Language

    Programming and Configuration Manual 9 Default language Activate the DEFAULT LANGUAGE menu. SERVICE MENU FUNCTION TEST CONFIGURATION PRICE PROGRAMMING STATISTICS PROGRAM PARAMETERS SYSTEM DEFAULT LANGUAGE Set the language to be shown when the machine is started. (The available languages are shown in a list). The pro- gam unit will return to this language if the machine is not used during the period specified in the LANGUAGE TIMEOUT menu.
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