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Electronic Components

WARNING

You are performing inspections and maintenance in a potentially dangerous environment of flammable fuels/vapors and high voltage. Fire, explosion or electrical shock could result in severe injury or death if you do not follow safe procedures.

OFF

G A S

Read and follow all safety precautions as outlined in the Safety Information section pages 1-1 through 1-10.

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Brand Panel Lighting, Backlighting, and Bulbs/Lamps . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-69 Card Cages . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-71 Cash/Credit, Preset, And Key Control Options . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-83 CRIND Card Reader Option . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-89 Doors (Electronic Access) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-90 Keytrol . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-91 Power Supplies. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-92 Printed Circuit Boards (PCBs). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-105 PCBs · Controller and Logic Boards . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-106 PCBs · Display Boards . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-124 PCBs · Driver Boards . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-152 PCBs · Hydraulic Interface Boards . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-155 PCBs · Regulator Boards . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-162 PCBs · Regulator/Interface Boards . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-165 PCBs · Relay Boards . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-171 PCBs · Miscellaneous Boards . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-172 Push-To-Start Option . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-174 Relay Assemblies · Mechanical. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-176 Resets for Mechanical Series . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-177 Speakers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-181 Ticket Printers (Veeder-Root) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-182 Totalizers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-183 Transmitters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-184 Varistor . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-185 Simplified HighlineTM Electronics. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-180 For Hydraulic Components, see page 6-1.

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Electronic Components

Brand Panel Lighting, Backlighting, and Bulbs/Lamps

Brand Panel Lighting, Backlighting, and Bulbs/Lamps

All units use a fluorescent tube lamp with ballast to light brand panels and dial faces. Various configurations (lamp sizes, location, etc.) exist for each model.

3F 2 1 6 F2 5 4 9 8 7 0

1

S0000372

Highline and Legacy® Series

Bulbs

S0000373

01 Electronic Module PT-1860 · Dimension whb

S0000374

Dimension Series

Optimum Series

Service Tips · Flickering fluorescent tubes cause many operational problems, including lockups or may slow communication loop.. Replace lamp or ballast. · If known good lamp does not light and ballast has power, replace the ballast. · If replacement light or ballast is not available, take out bulb and disconnect A1 wire or take out ballast and cap wires. · Be sure shielding is re-installed, if used. Shielding stops RF noise.

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Electronic Components

Brand Panel Lighting, Backlighting, and Bulbs/Lamps

Replacing Lamps And Ballasts

Read and follow all safety precautions as outlined in the "Read This First" section pages 1-3 through 1-10 and at the start of this section. Use OSHA Tag-Out and Lock-Out procedures.

OFF

1 Turn power off to unit and associated STPs. 2 Access the lamps and/or ballasts. For HighlineTM models remove column sheathing to access ballast. 3 Remove lamp by twisting and then releasing it from the lamp sockets. Place new lamp into sockets and twist in place. Always replace broken or cracked light sockets. 4 Disconnect ballast from circuit by removing wire nuts from ballast wire ends. Label wire ends as you remove nuts. The ballast attaches to the unit with nuts and bolts (studs). Remove hardware, then the ballast. Place new ballast in position and secure with hardware. Connect it to the circuit with wire nuts. (See wiring diagrams in this manual to verify connections.) Some of The Advantage® units do not have a ballast assembly. These units use complete lamp/ ballast/starter assemblies. See illustrations below.

S0000375

Multi-bulb units

Single bulb units The Advantage® Series Complete Lamp/Ballast/Starter Assemblies

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Electronic Components

Card Cages

Card Cages

H111-B (HighlineTM Series)

View from A side of unit. LED status shown for normal operation.

CR15

CR13

CR24 P502 P504

CR20 P503

P501

Main Regulator Board (T15857-G1)

DS1 P304 P303

DS2 P302 P301

SID Power Supply Board (TC32D0573)

CR8 P201 P204 P205 P203

Pump Controller Board (T15841-G2)

CR20 P104 CR23 P101 CR24 P102

Hydraulic Interface Board (T15849-G1)

S0000378

= OFF

= ON, Flashing

= ON, Solid

LED Functions

Board LED/Function CR13: 14VDC, display power supply, pump handles hydraulic interface and pump control T15857-G1 (see page 6-162) CR15: 5VDC, pump controller, hydraulic interface and display boards CR20: 150VDC, pulsers CR24: 12VDC, battery voltage DS1: TC32D0573 * DS2: T15841-G2 (see page 6-108) CR8: 175VDC, for SID power and processor 175VDC, for SID Status ON = Normal operation OFF = Faulty voltage ON = Normal operation OFF = Faulty voltage ON = Normal operation OFF = Faulty voltage ON = Operating on battery power OFF = Normal operation ON = Normal operation OFF = Faulty voltage ON = Normal operation OFF = Faulty voltage ON = Normal operation OFF = Power or processor problem ON = Reversed loop OFF = Normal operation FLICKER = Sending data to console FLICKER = Receiving data from console

CR20: two-wire loop connection T15849 (see page 6-156) CR23: transmitting data to console CR24: receiving data from console

* TC32D0573 is a pre-production board and was replaced by Q11789, replaced by T16394

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Card Cages

Salesmaker ProBlender

View from A side of unit. LED status shown for normal operation.

CR15

CR13

CR24 P502 P504

CR20 P503

P501

Main Regulator Board (T15857-G1)

DS1 P304 P303

DS2 P302 P301

SID Power Supply Board (TC32D0573)

CR8 P201 P204 P205 P203

Pump Controller Board (T15841-G2)

CR31 P101 CR32 CR34 P102 CR4 P103

Blender Hydraulic Interface Board (T16589-G1)

S0000379

= OFF

= ON, Flashing

= ON, Solid

LED Functions

Board LED/Function CR13: 14VDC, display power supply, pump handles hydraulic interface and pump control T15857-G1 (see page 6-162) CR15: 5VDC, pump controller, hydraulic interface and display boards CR20: 150VDC, pulsers CR24: 12VDC, battery voltage DS1: TC32D0573 * DS2: T15841-G2 (see page 6-108) CR8: CR4: T16589-G1 (see page 6-158) 175VDC, for SID power and processor monitors CPU 175VDC, for SID Status ON = Normal operation OFF = Faulty voltage ON = Normal operation OFF = Faulty voltage ON = Normal operation OFF = Faulty voltage ON = Operating on battery power OFF = Normal operation ON = Normal operation OFF = Faulty voltage ON = Normal operation OFF = Faulty voltage ON = Normal operation OFF = Power or processor problem ON = Normal operation OFF = Power or processor problem ON = Reversed loop OFF = Normal operation FLICKER = Sending data to console FLICKER = Receiving data from console

CR31: two-wire loop connection CR32: transmitting data to console CR34: receiving data from console

* TC32D0573 is a pre-production board and was replaced by Q11789, replaced by T16394

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Electronic Components

Card Cages

MPD ProBlender

View from A side of unit. LED status shown for normal operation.

CR15

CR13

CR24 P502 P504

CR20 P503

P501

Main Regulator Board (T15857-G1)

DS1 P304 P303 DS2 P302 P301

SID Power Supply Board (TC32D0573)

CR8 P201 P204 P205 P203

Pump Controller Board (T15841-G2)

CR31 P101 CR32 CR34 P102 P103 CR4

CR32 (A Hi)

CR33 (A Lo)

Blender Hydraulic Interface Board (T16589-G1)

CR34 (B Hi) CR35 (B Lo) P703 P702

Valve Driver Board (T16598-G2)

S0000380

= OFF

= ON, Flashing

= ON, Solid

LED Functions

Board LED/Function CR13: 14VDC, display power supply, pump handles hydraulic interface and pump control T15857-G1 (see page 6-162) CR15: 5VDC, pump controller, hydraulic interface and display boards CR20: 150VDC, pulsers CR24: 12VDC, battery voltage DS1: TC32D0573 * DS2: T15841-G2 (see page 6-108) CR8: CR4: T16589-G1 175VDC, for SID power and processor monitors CPU 175VDC, for SID Status ON = Normal operation OFF = Faulty voltage ON = Normal operation OFF = Faulty voltage ON = Normal operation OFF = Faulty voltage ON = Operating on battery power OFF = Normal operation ON = Normal operation OFF = Faulty voltage ON = Normal operation OFF = Faulty voltage ON = Normal operation OFF = Power or processor problem ON = Normal operation OFF = Power or processor problem ON = Reversed loop OFF = Normal operation FLICKER = Sending data to console FLICKER = Receiving data from console

CR31: two-wire loop connection CR32: transmitting data to console CR34: receiving data from console

* TC32D0573 is a pre-production board and was replaced by Q11789, replaced by T16394

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Electronic Components

Card Cages

The Advantage® 5+0 Blender

CR13

View from A side of unit.

P501

CR15 P502

CR24 P504

CR20 P503

LED status shown for normal operation.

Main Regulator Board (T17723-G1)

CR8 P201 CR21 P204 P205 P203

CR22 CR20 P101

Pump Controller Board (T15841-G3)

CR19 P102 P103

CR19 (A Hi)

CR20 (A Lo)

Blender Hydraulic Interface Board (T18156-G1)

CR21 (B Hi) CR22 (B Lo) P703 P702

Valve Driver Board (T17461-G2)

S0000381

= OFF

= ON, Flashing

= ON, Solid

LED Functions

Board LED/Function CR13: 14VDC, display power supply, pump handles hydraulic interface and pump control T17723-G2 (see page 6-162) CR15: 5VDC, pump controller, hydraulic interface and display boards CR20: 150VDC, pulsers CR24: 12VDC, battery voltage T15841-G3 (see page 6-108) CR8: power and processor Status ON = Normal operation OFF = Faulty voltage ON = Normal operation OFF = Faulty voltage ON = Normal operation OFF = Faulty voltage ON = Operating on battery power OFF = Normal operation ON = Normal operation OFF = Power or processor problem ON = Normal operation OFF = Power or processor problem ON = Reversed loop OFF = Normal operation FLICKER = Transmitting data to console FLICKER = Receiving data from console ON = The appropriate STP is enabled ON = The appropriate STP is enabled

CR 19: monitors CPU T18156-G1 (see page 6-159) CR20: two-wire loop connection CR21: transmitting data to console CR22: receiving data from console T17461-G2 * (see page 6-153) CR19/CR20: Side A Hi/Low product CR21/CR22: Side B Hi/Low product

* T17461-G2 LEDs (CR19, 20, 21, and 22) are ON only when the appropriate STP is enabled and the signals are present. The Valve Driver board turns on the 35 VDC to the PFC valves.

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Electronic Components

Card Cages

The Advantage® MPD®, Single-Hose (With VaporVac)

View from A side of unit. LED status shown for normal operation.

CR13 CR15 P501 P502 CR24 P504 CR20

Main Regulator Board (T17723-G2)

CR8 P201 P204 P205 P203

G3)

CR20 P104 CR21

Pump Controller Board (T15841-G2)

CR19 P101 P102 P105

Hydraulic Interface Board (T18024-G2)

S0000382

= OFF

= ON, Flashing

= ON, Solid

LED Functions

Board LED/Function CR13: 14VDC, display power supply, pump handles hydraulic interface and pump control T17723-G2 see page 6-162 CR15: 5VDC, pump controller, hydraulic interface and display boards CR20: 150VDC, pulsers CR24: 12VDC, battery voltage T15841-G3 see page 6-108 CR8: power and processor Status ON = Normal operation OFF = Faulty voltage ON = Normal operation OFF = Faulty voltage ON = Normal operation OFF = Faulty voltage ON = Operating on battery power OFF = Normal operation ON = Normal operation OFF = Power or processor problem ON = Reversed loop OFF = Normal operation FLICKER = Receiving data from console FLICKER =Transmitting data to console

CR19: two-wire loop connection T18024-G2 * see page 6-156 CR20: receiving data from console CR21: transmitting data to console * T18024 must be used with VaporVac

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Card Cages

The Advantage® MPD®

View from A side of unit. LED status shown for normal operation.

CR15 P501

CR13 CR24 P502 P504 CR20 P503

Main Regulator Board (T15857-G1)

CR2 P302B P302A P303

DC Backlight Power Supply (T17418-G2)

CR8 P201 P204 P205 P203

Pump Controller Board (T15841-G3)

CR23 CR20 P104 P101

CR24 P102

Hydraulic Interface Board (T15849-G2)

S0000383

= OFF

= ON, Flashing

= ON, Solid

LED Functions

Board LED/Function CR13: 14VDC, display power supply, pump handles hydraulic interface and pump control T15857-G1 (see page 6-162) CR15: 5VDC, pump controller, hydraulic interface and display boards CR20: 150VDC, pulsers CR24: 12VDC, battery voltage T17418-G2 * CR2: CR8: 12VDC output to backlights power and processor Status ON = Normal operation OFF = Faulty voltage ON = Normal operation OFF = Faulty voltage ON = Normal operation OFF = Faulty voltage ON = Operating on battery power OFF = Normal operation ON = Normal operation OFF = No 12VDC output ON = Normal operation OFF = Power or processor problem ON = Reversed loop OFF = Normal operation FLICKER = Sending data to console FLICKER = Receiving data from console

T17841-G3

CR20: two-wire loop connection T15849-G2 CR23: transmitting data to console CR24: receiving data from console * T17418-G2 is obsolete and was replaced by K94126.

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Card Cages

VaporVac® (Factory Installed)

View from A side of unit. LED status shown for normal operation.

CR12 CR15 CR5 P1002

P1003

VaporVac Motor Drive Board (T18018-G1)

CR14 CR42, 40 CR16 CR43, 41 CR13 CR15 CR17 CR12 P201 P204 P1106 P1101 P1103

VaporVac Controller Board (T18021)

Grounding Plate (R19670-G1)

S0000384

= OFF

= ON, Flashing

= ON, Solid

LED Functions

Board LED/Function CR5: T18018-G1 (see page 6-61) ±12VDC for VaporVac controller board Status ON = Normal operation OFF = Faulty voltage (check VaporVac motor drive board, controller board, or power supply) ON = Pump motors are off and fuel is not flowing. If LED is ON or flickering when fuel is flowing, check VaporVac pump/motor, motor drive board, or related wiring. OFF = Normal operation (when VaporVac pump motors are on and fuel is flowing) ON = Normal operation OFF (pulser OK) = Check VaporVac controller board, Multiplex or Hydraulic Interface boards, or cabling. ON = Normal operation OFF (fuel flowing) = Check VaporVac pump/ motor, motor drive or controller boards, or cabling. ON = System errors. Check VaporVac pump/ motor, motor drive or controller boards, or cabling. OFF = Normal operation ON = Possible error. Check VaporVac pump/ motor, motor drive or controller boards, or cabling. OFF = Normal operation ON = Possible error. Possible unrestricted air purging. Check VaporVac pump/motor, motor drive or controller boards, or cabling. OFF = Normal operation

CR12: Side A fault, monitor VaporVac pump/motor current and sensors CR 15: Side B fault, monitor VaporVac pump/motor current and sensors CR12/15: Side A/B enabled, monitors VaporVac controller board activation and fuel flow via pulser activity

CR13/CR16: Side A/B active, monitors VaporVac pump rotation

T18021-GX (see page 6-62)

CR14/CR17: Side A/B, monitors system errors

CR40/CR41: Side A/B, monitors VaporVac motor current draw

CR42/CR43: Side A/B, monitors VaporVac motor overspeed

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Card Cages

Dimension® Series

This is an international unit, not for use in the USA

CR13

View from A side of unit.

P501

CR15 P502

CR24 P504

CR20 P503

LED status shown for normal operation.

P413

Main Regulator Board (T17723-G1)

P411 P412

Pump Preset Controller Board (T17331-GX)

CR8 P201 P204 P205 P203

Pump Controller Board (T15841-G2)

P104

P101

P102

P105

Hydraulic Interface Board (T18024-G2)

S0000385

= OFF

= ON, Flashing

= ON, Solid

LED Functions

Board LED/Function CR13: 14VDC, display power supply, pump handles hydraulic interface and pump control T17723-G2 see page 6-162 CR15: 5VDC, pump controller, hydraulic interface and display boards CR20: 150VDC, pulsers CR24: 12VDC, battery voltage T17331* T15841-GX see page 6-108 None CR8: power and processor ON = Normal operation OFF = Power or processor problem ON = Reversed loop OFF = Normal operation FLICKER = Receiving data from console FLICKER =Transmitting data to console Status ON = Normal operation OFF = Faulty voltage ON = Normal operation OFF = Faulty voltage ON = Normal operation OFF = Faulty voltage ON = Operating on battery power OFF = Normal operation

CR19: two-wire loop connection T18024-G2 * see page 6-156 CR20: receiving data from console CR21: transmitting data to console * T17331 is an optional board.

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Card Cages

Legacy® Series

View from A side of unit. LED status shown for normal operation.

P413

P411

P412

Pump Preset Controller Board (T17331-GX)

C7 P309 P308 P305

Pump Interface Board (T18994-GX)

CR1 CR2 P201 P204 CR4 CR3 P203 P204 P205 C34 DLT

Pump Controller Board (T18904-G1)

S0000386

= OFF

= ON, Flashing

= ON, Solid

LED Functions

Board T17331-GX (see page 6-88) T18994-GX see page 6-160) LED/Function None None CR1: T18904-G1 (see page 6-111) CR2: CR3: CR4: two-wire loop connection transmitting data to console power and processor receiving data from console ON = Reversed loop OFF = Normal operation FLICKER =Transmitting data to console ON = Normal operation OFF = Power or processor problem FLICKER = Receiving data from console Status

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Card Cages

PerformerTM Series

This is an international unit, not for use in the USA.

View from top of unit. LED status shown for normal operation.

C7 P305 P309 P308

Pump Interface Board (T18994-GX)

CR1 CR2 P201 P204 CR4 CR3 P203 P204 P205 C34 DLT

Pump Controller Board (T18904-G1)

Transformer

P413

P411

P412

Pump Preset Controller Board (T17331-GX)

I.S. Barrier Board (T19301)

S0000387

= OFF

= ON, Flashing

= ON, Solid

LED Functions

Board T17331-GX (see page 6-88) T18994-GX see page 6-160) LED/Function None None CR1: T18904-G1 (see page 6-111) CR2: CR3: CR4: two-wire loop connection transmitting data to console power and processor receiving data from console ON = Reversed loop OFF = Normal operation FLICKER =Transmitting data to console ON = Normal operation OFF = Power or processor problem FLICKER = Receiving data from console Status

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Junction Box

Electronic Components

Card Cages

The Advantage® Series 4x4

This is an international unit, not for use in the USA.

View from A side of unit. LED status shown for normal operation.

P309 CR1 CR2 P201 P204

C7 P308 P305

Pump Interface Board (T18994-GX)

CR4 CR3 P203 P204

C34 P205

DLT

Pump Controller Board (T18904-G1)

C7 P309 CR1 CR2 P201 P204 P308 P305 C34 DLT P204 P205

Pump Interface Board (T18994-GX)

CR4 CR3 P203

Pump Controller Board (T18904-G1)

S0000388

= OFF

= ON, Flashing

= ON, Solid

LED Functions

Board T18994-GX see page 6-160) LED/Function None CR1: T18904-G1 (see page 6-111) CR2: CR3: CR4: two-wire loop connection transmitting data to console power and processor receiving data from console ON = Reversed loop OFF = Normal operation FLICKER =Transmitting data to console ON = Normal operation OFF = Power or processor problem FLICKER = Receiving data from console Status

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Card Cages

The Advantage® with Optimized Electronics and OptimumTM Series

The Optimum series is not available for all MOCs.

View from A side of unit. LED status shown for normal operation.

P101

P105

PA1

PA2

PA3

P309A

Hydraulic Interface (T20076-G1)

CR2 CR3 CR4 CR1 P201 P205 P202 P203 P402

Pump Controller Board (T20011-G1)

S0000389

= OFF

= ON, Flashing

= ON, Solid

LED Functions

Board T20076-G1 see page 6-161) LED/Function None CR1: T20011-G1 (see page 6-112) CR2: CR3: CR4: two-wire loop connection transmitting data to console power and processor receiving data from console ON = Reversed loop OFF = Normal operation FLICKER =Transmitting data to console ON = Normal operation OFF = Power or processor problem FLICKER = Receiving data from console Status

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Electronic Components

Cash/Credit, Preset, And Key Control Options

Cash/Credit, Preset, And Key Control Options

Read and follow all safety precautions as outlined in the "Read This First" section pages 1-3 through 1-10 and at the start of this section. Use OSHA Tag-Out and Lock-Out procedures. Cash/Credit Option The Cash/Credit option provides two-level pricing and customer selection of the price level. Five Button Preset Option The Five Button Preset option provides the customer a selection of four pre-programmed preset money amounts and one FILL selection. Programmable Preset Option The Programmable Preset option allows the customer to preset a dollar amount or volume amount at the pump. Several configurations are available for modular electronic models only: · Standard Programmable Preset Customer programs his own volume or cash preset. · Five Button Programmable Preset Customer selects one of four set cash values or Fill for preset amounts. · Five Button Cumulative Programmable Preset Customer may add to set preset values already displayed. Key Control Option The Key Control option allows the manager to disable a unit with a key for Full Service Off Hours or authorize a unit for One Sale Only. The Advantage® Series does not have this option. On MPD series units, the lock is located on the bezel and is labeled ON - OFF - AUTH.

To Authorize the unit for one use Authorize the unit for multiple deliveries De-authorize the unit Perform this action. Turn the key momentarily to AUTH, then turn it OFF and remove the key. Turn the key to ON, then remove the key Turn the key to OFF, then remove the key

S0000390

Service Tips · Check all connectors for positive seating. · Check for pinched or damaged cables. · Check indicator bulbs/membrane switches for continuity. · Check for proper switch operation.

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Cash/Credit, Preset, And Key Control Options

Customer Selection Assemblies

There are several variations of the customer selection assembly (preset, cash/credit and key control) depending on the model. Replacing Indicator Bulbs Always use proper voltage rated bulbs. Note: For H-111 Modular units with factory-installed LCD displays, program Command Code 12, Function 2 = "2". This is required to turn the bulbs on. 1 Unscrew (counter clockwise) the red push-button cap from the switch. 2 Grasp the bulb flange and pull straight out.

Bulb Red Push-Button Switch

S0000391

Replacing Membrane Switches Membrane switch assemblies have a self-adhesive backing.

Membrane Switch

S0000392

1 Remove switches by peeling back from top corner of switch. 2 Clean surface with rubbing alcohol and rag. 3 Install new switches. · Remove adhesive backing. · Put switch in place. · Apply even pressure to adhere. Be sure not to bend the switch.

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Cash/Credit, Preset, And Key Control Options

T15817 or T12935 Cash/Credit/Key Control Interface Boards

Non-modular HighlineTM, MPD®-1 and SalesmakerTM-4 models use these boards to interface between the Cash/Credit/Key control option box or panel and the logic board. The T15817 uses a W02061 Logic Board. The T12935 uses a W01520 Logic Board. The board mounts above the regulator board.

JP3, 4 JP1, 2 JP5, 6 JP7, 8 P29A P610B P27 P28 P20

S0000394

P601

P27

JP9, 10

JP11, 12

P29B

P29A T12935 Interface Board

P29B

T15817 Interface Board

Jump Jack Settings (T15817)

Function Key control Cash/credit Key control and cash/credit JP1 OUT IN OUT JP2 IN OUT IN JP3 OUT IN OUT JP4 IN JP5 IN JP6 OUT IN IN JP7 IN OUT OUT JP8 OUT IN IN JP9 JP10 JP11 JP12 IN OUT OUT OUT IN IN IN OUT OUT OUT IN IN

OUT OUT IN OUT

Voltage Test Points (T15817)

Test Point J601, Pin 16 J601, Pin 17 J601, Pin 26 J601, Pin 25 Voltage +5V Unregulated Ground +11VAC +11VAC Return.

Voltage Test Points (T12935)

Test Point J20, Pin 1 J20, Pin 2 Voltage +5V Unregulated Ground

T12935 G-Levels The T12935 does not use jumpers to change board configuration. You must use the correct G-level board.

For This Option Key control and cash/credit Key control only Cash/credit only Use this Board G-Level T12935-G1 T12935-G2 T12394-G3

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Cash/Credit, Preset, And Key Control Options

T15272 or T13290 Preset Interface Board

Pre-modular HighlineTM, MPD®-1 and SalesmakerTM-4 models use these boards to interface between the preset option box or panel and the logic board. The T15272 Preset Interface board uses a W02061 Logic board. The T13290 Preset Interface board uses a W01520 Logic board. The board mounts on the regulator chassis.

P602 P29A

S0000396

P601

P27

P29B

P29A

P29B

P20

T15272 Interface Board

T13290 Interface Board

Voltage Test Points (T15272)

Test Point J601, Pin 16 J601, Pin 17 J601, Pin 26 J601, Pin 25 Voltage +5V Unregulated Ground +11VAC +11VAC Return.

Voltage Test Points (T13290)

Test Point J20, Pin 1 J20, Pin 2 Voltage +5V Unregulated Ground

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Cash/Credit, Preset, And Key Control Options

T13366 Customer Options Board

Non-modular MPD®-2/C models use this board to interface between the customer option panel and the logic board. It mounts in the fourth slot of the electronics tray.

S0000397

P104

JP2

JP1

T13366 Jumper Settings

Function With cash/credit option Without cash/credit option JP1 OUT IN JP2 IN OUT

T13295 Transformer Assembly

This transformer assembly powers pre-modular interface boards T15817/T12935 and T15272/ T13290 and the button indicator lights. It mounts on the logic chassis.

J9 J9A P9

T2

S0000398

P9A

Checking the Transformer With power off, disconnect P9A. Check resistance between pins 8 and 9. If you read an open, transformer is defective. Voltage Test Point The transformer has a single test point: Pin 1 on P27, +11VAC.

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Cash/Credit, Preset, And Key Control Options

R19295 and R20267 Programmable Preset Keypad Display Assembly

All models equipped with Programmable Preset use this assembly. The assembly includes a membrane switch keypad and the T17328 Display Board. The customer enters the cash or volume amount desired on the keypad. The selection displays as entered. Removable keypad overlays give the customer a choice of configuration and graphics. The R20267 replaced the R19295.

$ VOL

S0000399

1 4 7

Clear

2 5 8 0

3 6 9

Enter

$

VOL

Voltage Test Points

Test Point P612, Pin 28 P612, Pin 26 Voltage +5V Unregulated Ground

T17331 Programmable Preset Controller Board

All models equipped with Programmable Preset use this board. It mounts in the modular electronics card cage. The board controls and interfaces with the keypad/display assembly. The -G3 version, released in 11/93, has improved power fail and must be used in units without batteries.

U7 Software Location

S0000400

P413

P411

P412

Voltage Test Points

Test Point P411, Pin 16 P411, Pin 14 Voltage +5V Unregulated Ground

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CRIND Card Reader Option

CRIND Card Reader Option

For service information on the single-line CRINDTM, monochrome LCD, InfoScreen®, and cash acceptor, see MDE-2562, Universal CRIND Service Manual. The CRINDTM (Card Reader In Dispenser) is a customer activated point-of-sale terminal located at the dispenser that accepts cash, credit cards, and debit cards. It allows customers to activate dispensers without help from a station attendant. It communicates with the site controller (G-SITETM for MOC CRINDs or third-party controller for generic CRINDs). The site controller communicates with credit/debit networks. The CRIND contains the following assemblies: · Keypad · Magnetic Stripe Card Reader · Customer Display · Printed Circuit Boards · Receipt Printer · Cash Acceptor (optional) · SmartPadTM The CRIND is located in The Advantage® Series electronics cabinet and in an MPDTM-3 CD module. · The single-line CRIND displays prompts and messages on a 14 segment, 20 character single-line display on the CRIND door. Single-line CRINDs manufactured after 11/96 have a slightly lower and smaller keypad than earlier single-line CRINDs. · The Monochrome LCD CRIND (available for The Advantage only) displays multi-line prompts, advertising messages, and graphics (no video) on an monochrome LCD screen on the The Advantage CRIND door. · InfoScreen® is a CRIND option (available for The Advantage only) that displays multi-line prompts, advertising messages, graphics, and videos (from a laser disc or video cassette player) on a full-color LCD screen on the CRIND door. · The cash acceptor option allows the The Advantage CRINDs to accept cash payments, in addition to credit and debit cards.

Take Receipt Here

Insert Bills Face Up

Take Receipt Here

S0000401

S0000405

Single-line CRIND

Single-line CRIND (with cash acceptor)

1 4 7

CLEAR

2 5 8 0

3 6 9

PRESS ENTER

1 4 7

CLEAR

2 5 8 0

3 6 9

PRESS ENTER

1 4 7

CLEAR

2 5 8 0

3 6 9

ENTER PRESS

Take Receipt Here

Take Receipt Here

Insert Bills Face Up

Take Receipt Here

S0000402

S0000403

S0000404

Monochrome LCD CRIND

CRIND with InfoScreen

InfoScreen/Monochrome LCD CRIND (with cash acceptor)

MPD-3 CRIND CD Module

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Electronic Components

Doors (Electronic Access)

Doors (Electronic Access)

There are several types of main electronic access doors (or bezels): · The HighlineTM series, Legacy® series Salesmaker TM series, MPD®-1 and MPD-A3 series use the removable type. · The MPD-2/C/3, MPD Precision BlenderTM, and the MPD Pro BlenderTM uses the horizontal hinged door type. · The Advantage® series uses the vertical hinged door type. Each type includes gaskets, display windows, and graphics. · The PerformerTM uses a removable top (head) assembly. · The Dimension® series uses a lockable main access door.

Opening Doors

For This Door /Unit Highline and Legacy bezel MPD-2/3 bezels Follow These Instructions Remove the five Allen head bolts (one in each corner and one behind the door). 1. Unlock the brand panel lamp access 2. Unfasten the four captive head screws along the bottom of the bezel. 3. Lift bezel and lock in place. 1. Unlock both option doors and unlatch all draw latches behind each door. 2. Unfasten the two captive head screws along the bottom of the door. 3. Lift door slightly and swing the door open until the hinge bracket locks into place. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Unlock the left option door. Reach behind the right display door and slide the latch up. Unlatch all draw latches behind each door. Unfasten the two captive head screws along the bottom of the door. Lift the door slightly and swing the door open until the hinge bracket locks into place.

The Advantage 48" frame

The Advantage 36" frame

Performer Dimension

1. Remove the four phillips-head screws holding the head assembly. 2. Carefully lift the head assembly from the unit. 1. Unlock the main access door using the two keylocks on the main display panel. 2. Pull the panel forward. The panel lowers on hinges

Inspecting and Replacing Gaskets

Inspect the main door or bezel gasket periodically for wear, cuts and proper seal. You can avoid many electronic problems caused by leaking gasket seals through periodic inspections. 1 Remove old gasket. Scrape off sealant around edge of main door or bezel. Clean surface with rag and alcohol. 2 Install new gasket. Apply a small bead of sealant (Gilbarco part END 1745) to inside of new gasket before installation.

Applying Graphics and Brand Panel

For This Unit The Advantage series Follow These Instructions See MDE-2620 Graphics Application Instructions. These models use polycarbonate self-adhesive graphics. You must follow certain procedures for application. Please read MDE-2620 thoroughly. Use silk-screened metal graphics panels and slide in plastic brand panels. Open the locked lamp channel to replace brand panels. There are two bezel types for this series. PMI bezels and MAC bezels. The PMI bezel uses studs and nuts to attach panels. The MAC bezel uses front inserted screws to attach panels. Use slide in plastic brand panels. Remove bezel to insert panels. Use slide in plastic brand panels. Remove upper panel assembly to insert brand panels. Use adhesive brand stickers for installation along the head assembly.

MPD series

Highline and Legacy Mechanical series Performer series

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Keytrol

Keytrol

Read and follow all safety precautions as outlined in the "Read This First" section pages 1-3 through 1-10 and at the start of this section. The Keytrol assembly is a security device for Commercial models. It uses a series of keylock (6, 10 or 20 position). The customer must turn on a keylock before dispensing fuel. It mounts on the operator side of the unit. Gilbarco does not manufacture the Keytrol assembly. See manufacturers' documentation for detailed service instructions.

S0000407

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Power Supplies

Power Supplies

WARNING

You are performing inspections and maintenance in a potential dangerous environment of flammable fuels/vapors and high voltage. Fire, explosion or electrical shock could result in severe injury or death if you do not follow safe procedures.

OFF

G A S

Read and follow all safety precautions as outlined in the Safety Information section pages 1-1 through 1-10.

Power supplies provide power to printed circuit boards, valves and LCD backlights. Some power supplies contain transformers, batteries, AC line filters and fuses to accomplish this task. Note: Refer to cable block diagrams in section 8 for cable assembly information. Different power supplies may require unique cables.

Power Supply Batteries

Some power supplies use a 12VDC or 6VDC lead acid battery for DLT (Display Last Transaction) backup. · Do not store batteries at temperatures above 90°. · Always use oldest batteries in stock first. · Charge stored batteries every six months. · Always test batteries under load. · For modular electronic models, always use the battery test procedure (except for T16513-G7 and -G8). See "Servicing The Battery (Command Code 9)" on page 5-12. Contents This section contains information on the following power supplies. For CRINDTM related power supply information see MDE-2562 CRIND Service Manual.

Models Where Power Supplies Are Used HighlineTM MPD®-1, and MPD®-A3 Pre-modular units SalesmakerTM-4 MPD -2/C

®

Description T12643 Power Supply (Main) T12846 Power Supply (Main) T14579 Power Supply (Main) T13672 Power Supply (Main) T16513 Power Supply (Main) N21120 Voltage Select Plug

Page 6-93 6-94 6-94 6-95 6-96 6-98 6-99 6-100 6-103 6-104

All models (see specific -G level) * All models The Advantage series

®

T19706 Power Supply (Main) T19868 Power Supply (Main) T17418 Power Supply (LCD-DC Backlight) T17772 Power Supply (LCD-AC Backlight)

Legacy , and OptimumTM series

®

The Advantage series Modular units LCD model units MPD® ProBlenderTM MPD Precision Blender and The Advantage Blenders

®

W02421Power Supply (Valve Driver) 6-101 W02453 Power Supply (Valve Driver) T18162 Power Supply (VaporVac) 6-102 6-57

The Advantage units with VaporVac® option.

* Does not include PerformerTM. See Performer cable block diagrams on page 8-225 for more information.

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Power Supplies

T12643 Power Supply Panel (Main)

This power supply is used in pre-modular HighlineTM models, in conjunction with the regulator/interface board. This power supply converts 110/115/120VAC or 220/230/240 VAC to unregulated DC voltages and provides the following voltages.

Supplies This Voltage Line voltage equivalent* 115VAC 110VAC 24VAC 6VDC To This Component STPs * Valves Fan Display heaters Battery-on logic chassis (for DLT)

* Use N21120 voltage select plug to determine incoming AC voltage. See "N21120 Voltage Select Plug" on page 6-98 for more information.

Voltage Inputs (T12643)

Voltage AC Hot AC Neutral Ground Location P2, Pin 2 P2, Pin 3 P2, Pin 4

Voltage Outputs (T12643)

Voltage 161VAC 24VAC Feed 24VAC Return 10.3VAC 10.3VAC Location J10, Pins 14 & 15 J10, Pin 7 J10, Pin 6 J10, Pins 3 & 4 J10, Pins 1 & 2

Fuses (T12643)

Fuse F1 F2 Rating 5 amp 250VAC Slo-blo 8 amp 32VAC

Service Tips (T12643) Refer to the unit's specific parts manual for spare parts information. · Check line filter. · Check fuses, 250VAC/5amp slo-blo 32VAC/8amp · Check battery, 6VDC (for DLT)

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T12846 and T14579 Power Supplies (Main)

These power supplies are used in the following pre-modular models are used in conjunction with the regulator/interface board.

This Power Supply T12846 T12846 T14579 Is Used In: MPD®-A3 MPD®-1 SalesmakerTM-4

T12846-G1

T14579-GX

S0000408

S0000409

These power supplies convert 110/115/120VAC or 220/230/240 VAC to unregulated DC voltages and provides the following voltages.

Supplies This Voltage Line voltage equivalent 115VAC 110VAC 24VAC 6VDC To This Component STPs Valves Fan Display heaters Battery (on logic chassis-for DLT)

Voltage Inputs (T12846/T14579)

Voltage AC Hot AC Neutral Ground Location P503, Pin 9 P503, Pin 6 P503, Pin 8

Voltage Outputs (T12846/T14579)

Voltage 16.1VAC 24VAC Return 11VAC 24VAC 10.3VAC 10.3VAC Return 16.1VAC Return Location P503, Pin 10 P503, Pin 1 P503, Pin 5 P503, Pin 13 P503, Pin 4 P503, Pin 7 P503, Pin 11

Service Tips (T12846/T14579) Refer to the unit's specific parts manual for spare parts information. · Check capacitors

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Power Supplies

T13672 Power Supply (Main)

This power supply is used by MPD-2/C pre-modular models.

T13672-G1

S0000410

F2

This power supply converts 110/115/120VAC or 220/230/240 VAC to unregulated DC voltages and provides the following voltages.

Supplies This Voltage Line voltage equivalent* 115VAC 110VAC 24VAC To This Component STPs Valves Fan Display heaters

Voltage Inputs (T13672)

Voltage AC Hot AC Neutral Ground Location P301, Pin 1 P301, Pin 2 P301, Pin 3

Voltage Outputs (T13672)

Voltage 170VDC 170VDC Return 24VAC 24VAC Return Location TB1, Test Point 5, 6 TB1, Test Point 7, 8 TB1, Test Point 1, 2 TB1, Test Point 3, 4

Fuses (T13672)

Fuse F2 Rating 12 amp 32VAC

Service Tips (T13672) Refer to the unit's specific parts manual for spare parts information. · Check line filter. · Check fuse 32VAC/12amp slo-blo

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Power Supplies

T16513 Power Supply (Main)

This power supply is used in the following modular models manufactured before July 1997. The Advantage® series · Dimension® series · Legacy® · HighlineTM with Simplified electronics · MPD®-3 For The Advantage Series units manufactured since July 1997, see "T19706 Power Supply (Main)" on page 6-99. For The Advantage 4x4 and Legacy units, see "T19868-G1 Power Supply Panel (Main)" on page 6-100. G Levels (T16513)

G Level -G1 -G2 -G3 -G4 -G5 AC Volts 115 220 230 240 Application Modular units, except The Advantage series Modular units, except The Advantage series Modular units, except The Advantage series Modular units, except The Advantage series Features Can be used with SIDs. Can be used with SIDs. Can be used with SIDs. Can be used with SIDs. Can be used with backlight power supplies T17772-G1 and -G4. Can be used with SIDs. Required with T17772-G1 thru -G6 and T17418 LCD backlight power supplies and SID power supplies. Supplies backlight power. Use with LCDs. Cannot be used with SIDs. Interchangeable K93393-01 K93393-02 K93393-02 K93393-02 None

Voltage Modular units select plug*

-G6

Voltage The Advantage series, select plug* Dimension and H111B units with LCDs

None

-G7

No battery. Voltage Simplified HighlineTM select plug* electronics (after 11/01/93) Cannot be used with SIDs. MPD®-3 and Legacy Voltage The Advantage series select plug* and Dimension Upgraded wiring. No battery. Cannot be used with SIDs.

K94441-01

-G8

K94441-01 (Advantage) K94434-01 (Advantage 4x4)

*These power supplies use a voltage select plug. See "N21120 Voltage Select Plug" on page 6-98.

Voltage Information (T16513) This power supply provides the following voltages.

Supplies This Voltage 4.7VAC 110VAC * 110VAC 60VAC 24VAC 12VDC To This Component Backlights Hydraulic Interface board (For STPs * and valves) Fan Regulator board Display heaters Battery

* Use N21120 voltage select plug to determine incoming AC voltage. See "N21120 Voltage Select Plug" on page 6-98 for more information. Continued

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Voltage Inputs (T16513)

Location Voltage AC Hot AC Neutral Ground -G5 P601, Pin 3 P601, Pin 1 -G6 P601, Pin 3 P601, Pin 1 -G7 P601, Pin 3 P601, Pin 1 -G8 P601, Pin 1 P601, Pin 3

P601, Pins 2, 4 P601, Pins 2, 4 P601, Pins 2, 4 P601, Pin 2

Voltage Outputs (T16513)

Location Voltage Battery + (12VDC) Battery ­ (Return) 60VAC Feed 60 VAC Return 24 VAC Feed 24 VAC Return 115 VAC 4.7 VAC (Backlight) 4.7 VAC (Return) AC Hot AC Neutral J604 -G5 P601, Pin 12 P601, Pin 15 P601, Pin 10 P601, Pin 11 -G6 P601, Pin 12 P601, Pin 15 P601, Pin 10 P601, Pin 11 P601, Pin 10 P601, Pin 11 P606, Pin 3 P606, Pin 1 -G7 -G8

P601, Pins 6, 7 P601, Pins 6, 7 P601, Pins 6, 7 P606, Pin 3 P601, Pins 8, 9 P601, Pins 8, 9 P601, Pins 8, 9 P606, Pin 4 P601, Pin 5 P601, Pin 5 J302, Pin1 J302, Pin2 J604 P601, Pin 5 J302, Pin 1 J302, Pin 2 J604 J604, Pin 2, 3 J302, Pin 1 J302, Pin 2 J604, Pin 1 J604, Pin 2

T16513-G6

T16513-G7

F2 F1

S0000411

S0000412

F1

Fuses (T16513)

Fuse F1 F2 Rating 3 amp 250VAC Slo-blo 4 amp 250VAC Slo-blo Function Main power Battery

Service Tips (T16513) Refer to the unit's specific parts manual for spare parts information. · Check line filter. · Check fuses, 250VAC/3amp slo-blo 250VAC/4amp slo-blo. · Check battery, 12VDC/2.5amp (for DLT)

Continued

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N21120 Voltage Select Plug

T16513 power supplies with a G level of -G5 or above use a voltage select plug to determine power supply AC voltage input. Voltage select plugs are not included with the power supply and must be ordered separately. Use the following table to determine the correct voltage select plug.

For This Voltage 115VAC 220VAC 230VAC 240VAC 110VAC 115VAC 208VAC 220VAC 230VAC 240VAC Use This Plug -G1 -G2* -G3* -G4* -G5 -G6 -G7* -G8* -G9* -G10*

*Designated voltage select plug settings are used on export models only. See page 8-11 for pin-to-pin information.

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Power Supplies

T19706 Power Supply (Main)

The T19706-G1 power supply is used in The Advantage® Series models built after July 1997, except The Advantage 4X4 production units built after July 1997 and The Advantage with Optimized Electronics. The Advantage with Optimized Electronics use T19706-G2. The -G1 and -G2 power supplies are not interchangeable. These power supplies combine the main and CRINDTM power supplies to supply 115VAC primary voltage to the Monochrome/InfoScreen backlights, Cash Acceptor and InfoScreen power supplies but do not supply 115VAC to the InfoScreen heater. They also supply secondary voltages to the CRIND main regulator board, regulator/interface board (optimized electronics), Card Reader and Monochrome heaters. T19706-G1 is a direct replacement for T16513-G8 and also a replacement for T16513-G7 by installing kit K94441-01. For The Advantage 4X4, power supply T16513-G8 is replaced by kit K94434-01.

T19706-G1 shown

Fuse

S0000413

G Levels (T19706)

This G-Level T19706-G1 T19706-G2 Replaces T16513-G8 New Used on This Model The Advantage models (without Optimized Electronics) The Advantage models with Optimized Electronics

Voltage Information (T19706) This power supply provides the following voltages.

G Level All All G1 G2 All All All All Supplies This Voltage At Tolerance At Connector-pin To This Component Line voltage equivalent* 115VAC 60VAC 24VAC 18VAC 8VAC 34.5VAC 4.7VAC +/- 10% +/- 10% +/- 10% +/- 10% +/- 10% +/- 10% +/- 10% J604-1, J604-2 STPs

J604-3, 4 (with Valves respect to J604-2) J502-1, J502-2 J108-1, J108-2 J606-5, J606-6 J606-1, J606-2 J606-3, J606-4 J302-1, J302-2 Regulator board Regulator/Interface board Monochrome heater CRIND Regulator board CRIND Regulator board Backlights

* Use N21120 voltage select plug to determine incoming AC voltage. See "N21120 Voltage Select Plug" on page 6-98 for more information.

Voltage Inputs (T19706)

Voltage Hot VAC Neutral VAC Ground VAC Location P601, Pin 1 P601, Pin 2 P601, Pin 3

Voltage Outputs (T19706)

Voltage Hot VAC Neutral VAC 115VAC Location J604, Pin 1 J604, Pin 2 J604, Pin 3, Pin 4 Continued

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Transformer Voltages (T19706)

Secondary Primary J605/Pin # Voltage 1 5 7 8 9 VAC 115VAC 220VAC 230VAC 240VAC J502/Pin # (-G1) only 1 2 J108/Pin # (-G2 only) J606/Pin # 8VAC feed 8VAC return 34.5VAC feed 34.5VAC return J302/Pin # 1 2 4.7VAC feed 4.7VAC return

60VAC feed 1 60VAC return 2

24VAC feed 1 24VAC return 2 3 4

5* 18 VAC feed 6* 18 VAC return

Note: * To heater on Monochrome Left and Right Option Door and also used for Card Reader Heaters.

Service Tips (T19706) Refer to the unit's specific parts manual for spare parts information. · Check line filter. · Check fuse 250VAC/5amp slo-blo.

T19868-G1 Power Supply Panel (Main)

This power supply replaces T16513 used in Legacy®, The Advantage® 4X4 and OptimumTM series units as of July, 1997.

T19868-G1

Fuse

0000414

Transformer Voltages (T19868-G1)

Primary J605/Pin # Voltage 1 5 7 8 9 VAC 115VAC 220VAC 230VAC 240VAC Secondary J308/Pin # 1 2 24VAC feed 24VAC return J302/Pin # 1 3 4 6 4.7VAC feed 4.7VAC return 4.7VAC feed 4.7VAC return

Service Tips (T19868-G1) Refer to the unit's specific parts manual for spare parts information. · Check line filter. · Check fuse 250VAC/3amp slo-blo.

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Electronic Components

Power Supplies

W02421 Power Supply (Valve Driver)

This power supply is used in modular MPD® ProBlender models.

F4 F3

S0000415

W02421-G2

Voltage Information (W02421) This power supply provides the following voltages.

Supplies This Voltage 35VDC 12VDC To This Component Proportional flow control valves LCD backlights

Voltage Inputs (W02421)

Voltage AC Hot AC Neutral Ground Location P708, Pin 11 P708, Pin 12 P708, Pin 15

Voltage Outputs (W02421)

Voltage 35VDC Feed 35VDC Return 12VDC Feed 12VDC Return Location P708, Pins 1 & 2 P708, Pins 3 & 6 P708, Pins 7 & 9 P708, Pins 8 & 10

Fuses (W02421)

Fuse F3 F4 Rating 4 amp 250VAC Time Delay 0.75 Amp 250VAC Slo-blo

Service Tips (W02421) Refer to the unit's specific parts manual for spare parts information. · Check fuses, 250VAC/4amp time delay 250VAC/.75amp slo-blo.

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Power Supplies

W02453 Power Supply (Valve Driver)

This power supply is used in MPD® Precision Blenders and The Advantage® series blenders.

W02453-G1/-G2 W02453-G4

F3

F3

S0000417

S0000416

Voltage Information This power supply provides the following voltages.

Supplies This Voltage 35VDC To This Component Proportional flow control valves

For Units Manufactured Before 10/95: Voltage Inputs (W02453)

Voltage AC Hot AC Neutral Ground Location P708, Pin 11 P708, Pin 12 P708, Pin 15

Voltage Outputs (W02453)

Voltage 35VDC Feed 35VDC Return Location P708, Pins 1 P708, Pins 3 & 6

Fuses (W02453)

Fuse F3 Rating 4 amp 250VAC Time Delay

For Units Manufactured After 10/95: Voltage Inputs (W02453)

Voltage AC Hot AC Neutral Ground 115VAC Hot 115 VAC Hot SSR + SSR ­ Location P708, Pin 1 P708, Pin 2 P708, Pin 3 P711, Pin 1 J701, Pin 8 J701, Pin 6 J701, Pin 5

Voltage Outputs (W02453)

Voltage +35 VDC Ground Ground +35 VDC +35 VDC Location J701, Pin 2 J701, Pin 3 J701, Pin 4 J710, Pin 1 J710, Pin 2

Fuses (W02453)

Fuse F3 Rating 4 amp 250VAC Time Delay

* Use N21120 voltage select plug to determine incoming AC voltage. See "N21120 Voltage Select Plug" on page 6-98 for more information.

Service Tips (W02453) Refer to the unit's specific parts manual for spare parts information. · Check fuse 250VAC/4amp time delay.

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Electronic Components

Power Supplies

T17418 Power Supply (LCD-DC Backlight)

This power supply was used in modular The Advantage® series units with LCDs until 1991. The T17418 power supply is replaced by retrofit kit K94126.

F1

CR2

P302B

G Levels (T17418)

Use This G Level T17418-G1 T17418-G2 For This Product 12 DC 5.6 DC

Voltage Information (T17418) This power supply provides the following voltages.

Supplies This Voltage 12VDC/5.6VDC To This Component Backlights

Voltage Inputs (T17418)

Voltage +75 VDC unregulated feed Location -G1: P303, pins 13-16 -G2: P303, pins 13-16

LED Indicator (T17418)

LED CR2 Indicates on +5 VDC

Fuses (T17418)

Fuse F1 (Non-replacable) Rating 4 amp

Service Tips (T17418) Refer to the unit's specific parts manual for spare parts information. · Check LED for +5VDC

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S0000418

P302A

P304

P303

Voltage Outputs (T17418)

Voltage Ground +12VDC output Ground +5 VDC output Location -G1: P302, pins 1 - 4 -G1: P302, pins 5 - 9 -G2: P302, pins 1 - 4 -G2: P302, pins 5 - 9

Electronic Components

Power Supplies

T17772 Power Supply (LCD-AC Backlight)

This power supply was used in units with LCDs until 1993. It is replaced with K94126. The T17772 power supply is not required if the main power supply is T16513-G6, -G7 or -G8.

T17772-Gx

S0000419

G Levels (T17772)

Use This G Level T17772-G1 T17772-G2 T17772-G3 Replaced by -G4 -G5 -G6 Kit Number K94126 K94130 K94131 For This Product Dispensers, all models Highline Pumps, single Highline Pumps, dual

Voltage Information (T17772) This power supply provides the following voltages.

Supplies This Voltage 5.2VDC To This Component Backlights

Note: Power supplies used on Highline self-contained pumps have solid state relays that control pump motor activation. Voltage Inputs (T17772)

Voltage Location 60VAC Feed, input P305, Pin 1 5.2VAC Feed, input P302, Pins 1-4

Voltage Outputs (T17772)

Voltage Location 60VAC Return, output P305, Pin 2 5.2VAC Return, output P302, Pins 5-9

Transformer Voltages (T17772)

Primary 28.0 VAC (BLK-GRN/YELL) 26.5 VAC (BRN-GRN/YELL) 23.4 VAC (RED-GRN/YELL) Secondary 5.2 VAC 4.7 VAC 4.2 VAC

Service Tips (T17772) Refer to the unit's specific parts manual for spare parts information. · Check line filter. · Check fuse 250VAC/3amp slo-blo.

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