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FERPA GRAPHIC, S.LC/. dels Angels, s/n, nave 2

08758 Cervelló - BARCELONA - SPAINTel. (34) 936 359 130Fax. (34) 936 359 131

FERPITALIAVia Induno, 18

20092 Cinisello B.(MI) - ITALIA

FP USA GRAPHICS184 Rivervale Road, Suite 12River Vale, New Jersey 07675

U.S.A.

By Ferpa Graphic

GRAPHIC ARTSAUTOMATIC FILM PROCESSOR

MATR. Nº:............................................

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Index

page

1 - PREFACE 3

1.1 – Assumptions about the use of this manual 3

1.2 - Contents 3

2 - GENERAL INFORMATION 4

2.1 – Machine identification data 4

2.2 - Guarantee 5

2.3 – Security general instructions 5

3 - UTILIZATION CONDITIONS FORESEEN 6

4 - INSTALLATION 6

4.1 – Pre-installation 6

4.2 - Processor rigging 6

4.3 - Replenisher tanks location 7

4.4 - Water connection 7

4.5 - Electrical connection 9

5 - PROCESSOR FILLING WITH CHEMICALS 10

6 - START UP OF THE PROCESSOR 11

6.1 - Processor switch on 11

6.2 - Filling the washing tank with water 11

6.3 - Filling the replenishers delivery tubes 11

7 - USE OF THE PROCESSOR - WORKING SEQUENCE 12

8 - SWITCHING OFF THE MACHINE 13

9 - THE COMPUTER 14

9.1 – Computer description 14

9.2 - Keys function description 14

9.3 - Computer programming 17

10 - MAINTENANCE 27

10.1 - Daily maintenance 27

10.2 - Weekly maintenance 28

10.3 - Scheduled maintenance 28

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1 - PREFACE 1.1 – ASSUMPTIONS ABOUT THE USE OF THIS MANUAL

The life of a processor and its good working are mainly related to its proper use and to a maintenance made on regular basis. Due to this, users are kindly invited to read this manual and carry out all the instructions herein contained, especially those regarding the daily, weekly and monthly maintenance operations. With respect to general safety regulations, machine operations must be executed by qualified personnel only, in accordance with the specific characteristics of this machine and the operations to be carried out. The manufacturer could never be held responsible for damages to things or persons caused by the negligence of personnel who does not follow the indications contained in this manual. This manual must be considered an integral part of the machine and, as such, it has to be saved for the entire life span of the machine, following it also in case of change of property. In order to prevent any damage to the manual, please keep it away from humidity or other factors that could damage its content.

1.2 - CONTENTS

This manual is subdivided into chapters and paragraphs, in order to make its reference easier and faster. This manual gives general information about the machine it refers to and specific information about the instructions to be complied with during: v pre-installation v installation v use v maintenance

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2 - GENERAL INFORMATION 2.1 – MACHINE IDENTIFICATION DATA

Attached to this manual you will find: v the reproduction of the “CE” plate v the “Conformity declaration” The “CE” plate (see picture below) allows the identification of the processor and gives the following information: v Name and address of the manufacturer v Type of machine v Model v Serial number v Manufacturing year

C/. Dels Angels, s/n, Nave 2 08758 Cervellò BARCELONA (Spain) Tel. (34) 936 359 130 - Fax. (34) 936 359 131

MADE IN SPAIN

TIPO DE MÁQUINA

MODELO

SERIE Nº

AÑO DE CONSTRUCCION

V Hz Kw

“CE” plate for the identification of the processor

C

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The following picture shows the location of the “CE” plate, fixed on the lower part of the front side of the processor:

Location of the “CE” plate on the processor

2.2 - GUARANTEE

The processor which this manual refers to disposes of a six months guarantee period, starting from the date of invoice.

This guarantee will cease in case the maintenance terms herewith described are not strictly observed and/or the failures are due to an improper use of the machine.

2.3 – SECURITY GENERAL INSTRUCTIONS

a. The operators of this machine must carefully read this manual before using the processor, following the specific safety instructions.

b. The maintenance of the processor must be carried out by authorised and qualified operators only, previously trained by authorised engineers.

c. The operators in charge of the processor maintenance are required to execute the operations showed in the Paragraph “Maintenance” only.

d. No electrical or mechanical intervention is required to the operators. Specifically, it is absolutely forbidden to open the electronics box, closed with screws.

For electrical or mechanical intervention, please call the "Maintenance Technical Service" of the vendor.

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3 - UTILIZATION CONDITIONS FORESEEN This processor is conceived for the processing (developing-fixing-washing-drying) of graphic arts film and paper. The introducing of these media into the processor can happen:

v from the dark room entry;

v from the daylight entry;

v by means of a conveyor connecting an image setter to the processor. No other use of the processor is foreseen. 4 - INSTALLATION 4.1 – PRE-INSTALLATION

The processor must be located in a suitable room where an adequate working area around the machine is available in order to allow service and general maintenance facilities.

Close to the processor, the user must foresee:

v wall differential switch with fuse, three pole 25 Amps - 2 phases, 380 Volts + neutral + ground;

v water inlet set, installed with the following sequence: ◊ 1/2” tap, water filter and, after this, a second 3/4” tap.

In order to proceed with the installation procedures (described in the following paragraphs), please consider that: v looking at the processor from the side of the film output, the power supply wire is

located on the left side of the machine; v the water inlet (with solenoid valve) and the liquid drain pipes are located inside the

machine. 4.2 - PROCESSOR RIGGING

In order to have an appropriate processor rigging, lean a spirit level across the rollers of the fixing section for a transverse check; then on the tank lateral wall for a longitudinal check. For the rigging, act on the adjustable feet.

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4.3 - REPLENISHER TANKS LOCATION

Mark the replenisher tanks respectively with the signs “DEV” (developer) and “FIX” (fixer), and locate them on the sliding plate in the processor base.

Please note that the two replenisher tanks may be located alternatively on the right or on the left side of the processor.

Connect the drain pipes coming from the developer and fixer tanks with two cans suitable to recover the exceeding developer and fixer.

4.4 - WATER CONNECTION

a) Water supply The inlet processor tap (3/4”) is located inside the processor, under the plate on which the pumps are fixed. Connect the main supply water tap (3/4”) with the inlet processor tap (3/4”), using a PVC, high pressure, flexible pipe.

b) Water drain The water drain should be located as close as possible to the processor (within m. 1), with a drop allowing a drain of about 15 litres/minute. In any case, the maximum height of the drain from the ground should be of cm. 50 and the draining hose diameter should be of about mm. 53. If possible, connect the drain pipe of the processor washing section to the duct going to the central purification cistern of the company.

Water connection: processor side view

DEV. FIX. WATER

DEV. REPLENISHER

FIX. REPLENISHER

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NOTE 1: It is possible to equip the processor with a sealed water recirculation system

for the circulation of the washing water. In this case, a water connection is not required.

NOTE 2: The front side of the processor is equipped with a removable plate, covering a hole where the draining pipes could pass through if required (see picture below).

Water connection: processor draining pipes

Please remember that the exhaust chemicals and the washing water cannot be expelled directly in the water drain.

DRAINING PIPES

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4.5 - ELECTRICAL CONNECTION

ATTENTION!!!! This appliance must be earthed!!!!

The processor must be electrically connected to a magnetothermic switch.

The following connections may be used (see also picture below):

³ 220 V CONNECTION - 50 HZ SINGLE PHASE ð Required Power: 25 A

³ 220 V CONNECTION - 50 HZ THREE PHASES ð Required Power: 15 A

³ CONNECTION WITH 2 PHASES OF 380 V - 50 HZ AND NEUTRAL ð Required Power: 15 A

Possible Electrical Connection

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5 - PROCESSOR FILLING WITH CHEMICALS

After the processor installation, it is necessary to fill the processor with chemical and start it, following the steps here described:

a. put the wall switch and the main switch of the processor on position “OFF”.

b. take away the lid to have access to the developer, fixer and washing tanks. Be sure that all the drain screw plugs are in their correct position and closed.

c. take away the right lateral panel of the processor (input film view) to reach the two replenisher tanks (developer and fixer).

d. take away the left lateral panel of the processor (input film view) to connect the developer and fixer drain pipes with two chemical waste collection tanks of adequate capacity.

e. carefully following the instructions of the chemical manufacturer, fill the tanks with the chemicals. Here follows the tanks capacity according to the different processor models:

Tanks Capacity

(liters)

Omega 51 17

Omega 66 20

Omega 78 24

Omega 92 28

f. When filling the tanks, it is recommended to follow this order:

◊ fill the fixer tank; ◊ rinse out the developer section and then fill the tank with the developer; ◊ the filling of the washing section is not required, as it happens automatically by

switching on the processor and activating an input sensor; ◊ fill the replenisher tanks, taking care not to invert the developer tank with the

fixer tank, following this order: w take away the covers; w unplug the level sensors located inside the replenisher tanks. Each of them is

identified with a sticker (the red “DEV” inscription for the developer and the blue “FIX” inscription for the fixer);

w fill the tanks; w plug in the sensors and put on the covers; w put the replenisher pipes (red for the developer and blue for the fixer) inside

each tank, fixing them adequately; w connect the level sensors connectors with the connectors coming from the

electronic box..

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g. Put on again and fix properly the lateral right and left panels and the main lid of the processor.

NOTE: If one of the lateral panels or the main lid of the processor are not in their correct position, the processor will not start when switched on. An audio alarm signal ridges and an “Error message” appears on the control box display, indicating which of the panel is not closed.

6 - START UP OF THE PROCESSOR

6.1 - PROCESSOR SWITCH ON

To switch on the processor, proceed as follows:

◊ put on “ON” the wall switch;

◊ put on “ON” the main processor switch;

◊ be sure that the emergency switch is released (upper position);

◊ the 2 blowers for the chemicals fumes extraction begin to run;

◊ the inscription “Processor halted” appears on the control box display;

◊ press the ON/OFF key on the processor control box;

◊ after a short self test period, the microprocessor computer switches on, positioning itself on Stand-by condition.

6.2 - FILLING THE WASHING TANK WITH WATER

◊ Completely open the tap located on the wall.

◊ Using a film, activate an input sensor of the processor. In this way, the washing tank is filled with water.

NOTE: The intensity of the water flow is usually calibrated by the installation engineer,

acting on the tap located on the processor. After this calibration, the processor tap is locked. Therefore, at the processor switching on, the operator must just open the tap on the wall.

A level sensor located into the washing tank will stop the water flow when necessary. 6.3 - FILLING THE REPLENISHERS DELIVERY TUBES

For manual replenishment, keep pressed the push-button UP for developer and the

push-button DOWN for fixer, until the delivery tubes are filled up.

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7 - USE OF THE PROCESSOR - WORKING SEQUENCE

a - When the processor is switched on through the main switch, the computer always

enter in STAND BY MODE.

The control box display shows the number of the activated programme with the related data:

De: 24°C F: 25°C D = 26°C

Sp: 025

A c t i v a t e d P r o g.: 2

If the letter De (developer), F (fixer) and D (dryer) are capital, the computer is indicating that the related chemicals have not reached the programmed temperatures yet. Therefore wait that these letters become small, before processing films.

In STAND BY conditions, the processor motor turns to its minimum speed, the circulation pumps and the developer and fixer temperature controls are working. In addition to this, an anti-oxid replenishment cycle happens on the base of prearranged programme.

b - Introducing a film into the processor and therefore activating one or more input

sensor (or introducing a film from the daylight entry or activating the Cycle key) the processor enters in Operate condition.

Therefore, the motor takes its programmed speed, the dryer fan moves at its maximum speed, the dryer heating element switches on and the water solenoid valve opens allowing the water to flow into the washing tank. At the same time, the automatic replenishment programme is activated.

The display now shows:

de: 35°C f: 25°C d = 45°C

sp: 025

A c t I v a t e d P r o g.: 2

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The 5 segments represent the 5 sections of the processor (input sensors-developer tank-fixer tank-washing tank-dryer section) and the 2 small squares represent the film position inside the processor. When the 2 small squares leave the input sensors section, it is possible to introduce a new film.

c - The replenishment cycles happen with programmable lengths and intervals.

The replenishment length is proportional to the number of input sensors activated by the film (i.e.: 1 sensor = 1.0 2 sensors: 1.5 3 sensors: 2.0).

d - A few seconds after the exit of the last film, the processor automatically passes to

Stand By condition.

Therefore, the driving motor takes its minimum speed , the dryer heating element switches off and the water flow into the washing tank stops. About 60 seconds later, also the dryer fan stops.

8 - SWITCHING OFF THE MACHINE

1 - To completely switch off the processor, set the main processor switch and the wall

switch on the position “OFF”. 2 - To switch off the machine, at the same time leaving the chemicals fumes extraction

blower on, press the ON/OFF key when the processor is in Stand-by condition. This condition also happens when the computer is set in “TIMER MODE” (automatic re-switching at a pre-determinate time).

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9 - THE COMPUTER

9.1 – COMPUTER DESCRIPTION

The computer is composed by 3 PC Boards that, working together, constitute the whole electronic system of the machine.

v The main board is called C.P.U. and its functioning is controlled by a Z-80 microprocessor. This board has the function to organise, calculate and decide all the operations that the machine must carry out.

v The second board is called Relays Board and its job consists in transmitting the orders determined by the C.P.U. to the different peripherals and in receiving the conditions of the whole machine through the different sensors.

v The third board is called Display and its screen shows all the different data memorised into the main board.

In fact, the display is the bridge between the film processor and the operator.

9.2 - KEYS FUNCTION DESCRIPTION

FUNCTION KEY 1: “EXIT”

It allows to enter the Dryer Menu, the Processor Test and the Anti-oxid programme..

v DRYER MENU: It allows to set the dryer temperature value, common to the three available working programmes.

EXIT CYCLE ON/OFF RESET

PROGRAMMES

ENTER

DOWN

UP

EXIT CYCLE ON/OFF RESET

PROGRAMMES

ENTER

DOWN

UP

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v PROCESSOR TEST

Activating this function, some dots appear on the display and, after that, the message “TEST OK” is displayed. This test certifies the communication between the Display and the C.P.U..

v ANTI-OXID

This menu allows to programme the anti-oxid replenisher interval and the anti-oxid stroke length.

FUNCTION KEY 2: “CICLE”

A complete processing cycle happens by pressing this key.

FUNCTION KEY 3: “ON/OFF”

When switching on the machine, after having set the main switch on position “ON”, be sure that the Emergency Switch is deactivated (upper position) and then press the

ON/OFF key.

The processor becomes operative and a working programme appears on the display.

By pressing the ON/OFF key when the processor is in Stand by condition, the processor is switched off, anyway leaving the fumes extraction fans still running.

FUNCTION KEY 4: “RESET”

Press this key to cancel an existing error message from the display and at the same time eliminate the audio signal indicating the error. Obviously, this happens after having eliminated the cause of the error.

FUNCTION KEY 5: “PROGRAMMES”

Press this key to recall the three available working programmes, displaying the related programming data.

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FUNCTION KEY 6: “ENTER”

Use this key and this function to select the data to be modified.

FUNCTION KEY 7: “DOWN”

Press this key to decrease the data highlighted by the cursor.

When the processor is in Stand by condition, pushing the DOWN key causes a manual replenishing stroke of the fixer.

FUNCTION KEY 8: “UP”

Press this key to increase the data highlighted by the cursor.

As before, when the processor is in Stand by condition, pushing the UP key causes a manual replenishing stroke of the developer.

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9.3 - COMPUTER PROGRAMMING

A - DRYER MENU, PROCESSOR TEST AND ANTI-OXID REPLENISHMENT PROGRAMMING

a - Pressing the EXIT key, you enter the dryer menu, the PROCESSOR TEST and the ANTI-OXID replenishment programme. The display shows:

* DRYER MENU

PROCESSOR TEST

ANTIOXID

b - Press the ENTER key and the display shows:

Temperature Prog. ------------------------------------------------------------------------

Dryer: 50

Acting on the UP and DOWN keys, select the desired temperatures.

EXIT CYCLE ON/OFF RESET

PROGRAMMES

ENTER

DOWN

UP

EXIT CYCLE ON/OFF RESET

PROGRAMMES

ENTER

DOWN

UP

DRYER MENU

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c - Press the EXIT key and the display shows again:

* DRYER MENU

PROCESSOR TEST

ANTIOXID

With the DOWN key, select “Processor Test”.

d - Now, press the ENTER key. The display shows:

Processor Test --------------------------------------------------------------------

Testing . . . . . .

At the beginning, some dots appears on the display (see picture above) and then:

Processor Test --------------------------------------------------------------------

Test OK

e - Press the EXIT key. The display shows:

DRYER MENU

* PROCESSOR TEST

ANTIOXID

Acting on the DOWN key, move the cursor on the Anti-Oxid menu.

PROCESSOR TEST

ANTI-OXID MENU

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f - Press the ENTER key and the display shows:

ANTI-OXID MENU ---------------------------------------------------------------------

DURATION 1.7 sec.

INTERVAL 47 min.

With the ENTER key, move now the cursor on the value to be modified.

Then, using the UP and DOWN keys, set the desired values.

Then, once more the display comes back to the following condition:

DRYER MENU

PROCESSOR TEST

* ANTIOXID

Push the EXIT key to come back to the selected working programme. B - PROGRAMMES SELECTION

To select a programme, proceed as follows:

a- Press the PROGRAMMES key and the display shows:

PROGRAM 1

Dev.: 34°C Fix.: 32°C

Stroke: 0.2 Stroke: 0.3

Sp.: 030s Re. Intv: 250mm

where:

³ Dev.: Indicates the developer temperature (in °c). ³ Stroke: Indicates the duration of the developer replenishment stroke (in sec.) ³ Sp.: Indicates the developing time (in seconds). ³ Fix.: Indicates the fixer temperature (in °c). ³ Stroke: Indicates the duration of the fixer replenishment stroke (in seconds). ³ Re. Intv: Indicates the replenisher interval (in this example, one replenisher

stroke every mm. 250)

PROGRAMME SELECTION

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b- Press the UP and DOWN keys to select one of the three available programmes.

c- VERY IMPORTANT!!!

Having selected the desired programme, press the ENTER key to activate this specific programme. The display shows:

PROGRAMME 2

∗∗ ∗∗ ∗∗ ACTIVATED ∗∗ ∗∗ ∗∗

and then:

De: 27°C F: 26°C d = 26°C

Sp: 025

A c t I v a t e d P r o g.: 2

NOTE: The displayed temperatures are the current temperatures inside the tanks.

If the letters De - F – D are capital, it means that the real temperature does not match the programmed temperature yet. If the letters de - f – d are small, it means that the real and programmed temperatures are the same.

C - CHANGING THE PROGRAMMED DATA

In order to modify the data or some of the data set into the computer, proceed as follows:

a- press down the ENTER key and immediately after;

b - press the PROGRAMMES key;

c - using the UP and DOWN keys, select the programme with the data you want to modify;

d - move forward into the programme using the ENTER key and highlight the data to be modified;

e - when this value is highlighted, modify it using the UP and DOWN keys;

CHANGE DATA

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f - use the EXIT key to quit this menu.

IMPORTANT NOTE!!! - When a parameter of a programme is changed, never forget to re-select this programme in order to activate it. In order to do this,

press the PROGRAMMES key, recall the desired programme using the

UP and DOWN keys and then press ENTER key. After this operation, the normal working programme appears on the display.

Specifically, the display shows:

PROGRAMME 2

∗∗ ∗∗ ∗∗ ACTIVATED ∗∗ ∗∗ ∗∗

and then:

De: 27°C F: 26°C d = 26°C

Sp: 025

A c t I v a t e d P r o g.: 2

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D - SETTING OF THE CLOCK AND OF THE RE-SWITCHING TIMER

To enter this function, proceed as follows:

a - press the ENTER key for 1 second;

b - press the EXIT key to display the following:

CLOCKS PROGRAMMING

* Clock Time

Timer at

TIMER STATUS OFF

c - Using the UP and DOWN keys, move to the desired option and select it by

pressing the ENTER key:

³ CLOCK TIME

To set the exact time, move the cursor to highlight the hour or the minutes to be

modified and then, using the UP and DOWN keys, set the needed values.

³ AUTOMATIC SWITCHING-ON OF THE PROCESSOR

To set the time for the automatic re-switching of the processor (for example, in the morning after), proceed in this way:

◊ using the ENTER key, highlight the hours and then the minutes.

Acting on the UP and DOWN keys, set the desired re-switching time, for instance 07.30;

◊ press the ENTER key until the cursor disappears from the display;

◊ with the DOWN key select “TIMER STATUS”;

◊ press the ENTER key to select “ON”;

◊ press the EXIT key. The display shows:

TIMER MODE

18:43

CLOCK PROGRAMMING

TIMER PROGRAMMING

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where 18:43 represents the current time. This display will remain active until the automatic re-switching of the processor (in this example: at 07:30 of the next morning).

NOTE 1: To modify or cancel the time of the automatic re-switching, press

and keys to change the previous display to the CLOCKS PROGRAMMING display (shown in the page before). To modify the time of the automatic re-switching, move the cursor with the DOWN key to select “TIMER AT” option, then press the

ENTER key and change the time as shown above. To cancel the time of the automatic re-switching, move the cursor with the DOWN key to select “TIMER STATE” and then press the

ENTER key to change “ON” in “OFF”.

To quit the program, press the EXIT key.

NOTE 2: Also in the case the “TIMER STATE” is set on “OFF” (it means

that the re-switching timer is not working), press the EXIT key to quit this programme.

E - TECHNICAL NOTE

v Changing of EPROM

In case a reset of the computer is needed or in case the substitution of the Eprom on the CPU board is required, proceed as follows:

1. Set the processor main switch on position “OFF”.

2. On the control box, press and keep down the UP key.

3. Always keeping the UP key pressed down, set the processor main switch on position “ON”.

4. Now, “OK, SYSTEM ACTIVE” appears on the control box display.

5. Only now it is possible to release the UP key and “SYSTEM HALTED” appears on the display.

6. Press once more the ON/OFF key and the display shows a working programme.

7. Enter into the Anti-oxid Menu (see “Computer programming” section) and re-programme the duration and interval values.

CHANGE OF EPROM

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F - ERROR MESSAGES

Whenever a problem is detected by the CPU, an error message is displayed on the control box and an audio alarm is activated at the same time.

After having eliminated the cause of the error, press the RESET key. Keeping it pressed, ALARM RESET is displayed. Releasing it, both “Alarm Reset” and the audio alarm disappear. Here follows a description of the possible error messages, together with the related causes, effects and remedies.

CC MESSAGE COVER OPEN

CAUSE The top cover or the side panels are not in the correct position. EFFECT The processor stops and an audible alarm is activated. REMEDY Put the top cover and/or the side panels in the correct position. After this,

press the RESET key to eliminate the alarm and reactivate the processor.

CC MESSAGE LOW DEVELOPER LEVEL

CAUSE The tank developer level is low. EFFECT An audible alarm is activated. The recirculation pump and the heating

element are disconnected. REMEDY Top up the developer tank level. After this, press the RESET key to

eliminate the alarm and reactivate the processor. CC MESSAGE LOW FIXER LEVEL

CAUSE The tank fixer level is low. EFFECT An audible alarm is activated. The recirculation pump and the heating

element are disconnected. REMEDY Top up the fixer tank level. After this, press the RESET key to

eliminate the alarm and reactivate the processor.

CC MESSAGE REPLENISHER DEV. LEVEL

CAUSE The replenisher developer level is low. EFFECT An audible alarm is activated. The replenisher pump is de-activated. REMEDY Top up the replenisher developer tank level. After this, press the RESET

key to eliminate the alarm and reactivate the processor. CC MESSAGE REPLENISHER FIX. LEVEL

CAUSE The replenisher fixer level is low. EFFECT An audible alarm is activated. The replenisher pump is de-activated. REMEDY Top up the replenisher fixer tank level. After this, press the RESET

key to eliminate the alarm and reactivate the processor.

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CC MESSAGE DEVELOPER OVERHEATING

CAUSE An over-heating situation has arisen in the developer tank. EFFECT An audible alarm is activated. The recirculation pump and the heating

elements are de-activated. The motor still works in order to extract the film from the processor.

REMEDY Check the developer temperature value set in the programme. If this

value is not correct, set the correct one and push the key, then wait for the developer temperature to reach the new value. In case this does not happen, contact the after-sales assistance service.

CC MESSAGE FIXER OVERHEATING

CAUSE An over-heating situation has arisen in the fixer tank. EFFECT An audible alarm is activated. The recirculation pump and the heating

elements are de-activated. The motor still works in order to extract the film from the processor.

REMEDY Check the fixer temperature value set in the programme. If this value is

not correct, set the correct one and push the key, then wait for the fixer temperature to reach the new value. In case this does not happen, contact the after-sales assistance service.

CC MESSAGE DRYER OVERHEATING

CAUSE An over-heating situation has arisen in the dryer section. EFFECT An audible alarm is activated. The heating elements are de-activated.

The motor still works in order to extract the film from the processor. REMEDY Check the dryer temperature value set in the programme. If this value is

not correct, set the correct one and push the key, then wait for the dryer temperature to reach the new value. In case this does not happen, contact the after-sales assistance service.

CC MESSAGE DEVELOPER PROBE ERROR

CAUSE A problem related to the developer probe has arisen. EFFECT An audible alarm is activated. The recirculation pump and the heating

elements are de-activated. The motor still works in order to extract the film from the processor.

REMEDY Contact the after-sales assistance service. CC MESSAGE FIXER PROBE ERROR

CAUSE A problem related to the fixer probe has arisen. EFFECT An audible alarm is activated. The recirculation pump and the heating

elements are de-activated. The motor still works in order to extract the film from the processor.

REMEDY Contact the after-sales assistance service. CC MESSAGE DRYER PROBE ERROR

CAUSE A problem related to the dryer probe has arisen. EFFECT An audible alarm is activated. The heating elements are de-activated.

The motor still works in order to extract the film from the processor. REMEDY Contact the after-sales assistance service.

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G - PROTECTION DEVICES

In order to give the maximum protection to the operator in both operation and maintenance conditions, the processor disposes of the following protection devices:

³ SAFETY MICROSWITCHES

They are located on:

◊ upper main lid; ◊ lateral panels.

Removing any one of these components (lid - panels) will cause the stop of the processor, eliminating every kind of danger for the operator. At the same time, you will hear an alarm audio signal. On the control box display you will see “LID-PANEL OPEN”.

³ EMERGENCY SWITCH

This pushbutton, if depressed, stops the machine.

³ CONDENSATE FUMES EVACUATION

Inside the processor rear panel (film exit side), there are two extraction fans for the condensate fumes. Outside the same panel, a collector can be provided (as an option) in order to connect a flexible tube to evacuate the condensate fumes.

³ DISPLAY AND AUDIBLE ALARMS

Whenever a problem is detected (i.e., low chemical level in the tanks), an alarm is displayed on the control box and an audible signal is emitted.

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10 - MAINTENANCE

In order to grant a long life of the processor and to prevent technical problems, it is of great importance to follow and respect a maintenance programme. 10.1 - DAILY MAINTENANCE

v Evening operations

◊ Deactivate the wall switch and the processor general switch putting them on the position “OFF”.

◊ Completely drain the washing tank.

◊ Close the water wall tap.

◊ Clean all the cross-overs with a wet sponge.

◊ Check and, if necessary, restore the levels in the processing tanks and in the replenishment tanks.

◊ Lift the top lid of the processor as much as necessary to avoid condensate problems.

NOTE 1: Instead of lifting the processor top lid, it is possible to leave it closed, acting

in this way:

◊ leave the wall switch and the processor main switch on the position “ON”;

◊ press the ON/OFF key. In this way, the processor will remain switched off, but the 2 anti-condensate blowers will still run, eliminating the condensate problems.

NOTE 2: If at the end of the working day, the “TIMER MODE” is selected for the

automatic switching on of the processor the morning after, the top lid can be left closed, as the 2 anti-condensate blowers will keep on running also in the “Timer Mode”.

v Morning operations

◊ Put the lid of the processor in operative position.

◊ Open the water wall tap.

◊ Reactivate the wall switch, the processor main switch and then “I/O” partial switch.

◊ Using a film, keep activated an input sensor untill the filling up of the washing tank is completed.

◊ Pass some clean films into the processor in order to remove dirt suspended particles in the solution or on the rollers.

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10.2 - WEEKLY MAINTENANCE

◊ Deactivate the wall switch and the processor main switch, putting them on the position “OFF”.

◊ Take off the top lid and the lateral panels of the processor. ◊ Drain the washing tank. ◊ Take off the cross-overs connecting the 4 racks and carefully wash them with a

sponge. ◊ Draw out the washing rack, put it in a sink and, with the help of a sponge, wash

under fluent water rollers and guides. ◊ Clean or change the filter of the dryer fan (VERY IMPORTANT!!!).

If washed, put it in its position only when perfectly dry. ◊ Check and, in case, restore the levels into the processing tanks and replenishment

tanks. ◊ Put back in position the washing rack and its overflow plug, the cross-overs, the

lateral panels and the main lid of the processor.

10.3 - SCHEDULED MAINTENANCE

Every two/three months, it is advisable to carefully clean the processor. Therefore:

◊ Deactivate the wall switch and the main switch of the processor, putting them on the position “OFF”.

◊ Take off the top lid and the lateral panels of the processor. ◊ Drain the 3 processing tanks recovering the liquids into suitable cans. ◊ Take off the cross-overs connecting the 4 racks. ◊ Draw out the 4 racks from the processor. ◊ Carefully clean and wash the 3 tanks. ◊ Carefully clean and wash the dev., fix. and wash racks (cross-overs included). ◊ Take off the dryer rack protections and clean the rollers, the guides and the air

conveyors, using a wet sponge. ◊ Drain the replenishment tanks and carefully wash them. ◊ Change the dryer fan filter. ◊ Put the racks, the cross-overs and the overflow plug into the processor, in their

original position. ◊ Now, fill up the processing tanks and the replenishment tanks with chemicals,

following with care the instructions given in this manual (“Processor filling with chemicals“ and “Start-up of the processor“).

NOTE: If desired, before putting the chemicals into the processor, it is possible to fill the processing and replenishment tanks with water. Following the previous instructions (“Start-up of the processor“), run the machine for about 15 minutes, in order to wash tanks, pipes, circulation pumps, replenishment pumps and racks.

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APPENDIX I

MECHANICAL DRAWINGS FIG. 1 GENERAL OVERVIEW

FIG. 2 TANK

FIG. 3 DEVELOPER RACK (GENERAL VIEW)

FIG. 4 DEVELOPER RACK (SIDE VIEW)

FIG. 5 FIXER AND WASH RACKS (SIDE VIEW)

FIG. 6 DRYER RACK (GENERAL VIEW)

FIG. 7 DRYER RACK (SIDE VIEW)

FIG. 8 TRANSMISSION SHAFT

FIG. 9 MOTOR SET

FIG. 10 PUMPS SUPPORT

FIG. 11 DRYER OUTPUT

FIG. 12 ELECTRONIC BOX

FIG. 13 CONTROL BOX

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FIG. 1 - GENERAL OVERVIEW

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TABLE 1 - GENERAL OVERVIEW

Pos. Description Code Pos. Description Code

1 SWF Motor 148000001 16 Main shaft 235000002 2 Pulley 18XL-0.37 145000008 17 Protection profile for input sensors 281092025 3 Belt 100XL-0.37 146000004 18 Support profile for input sensors 281092020 4 Motor bracket 201000009 19 Bottom profile for input sensors 281092015 5 Bearing rest 143000005 22 Recirculation pumps MD.20 152000003 6 Bearing 143000002 23 Replenishment pump 152000005 7 Worm screw 142000001 24 Tank 251092001 8 Daylight entry slot 288092001 25 Carrying plate for replenisher cans 216000021 9 Main cover handle 184000001 26 Motor protection 202000001 11 Daylight entry profile 281092030 27 Rear panel 213092001 12 Main lid 215092001 28 Film receiving bin 283092001 13 Lateral panel - left and right 214000002 30 Temperature sensor 177000002 14 Drain plugs + overflow 254000003 31 Safety microswitch 168000009 15 Heat exchanger for dev/fix 1000W 161000003 32 Level blades 160000092

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FIG. 2 / TABLE 2 - TANK

Pos. Description Code

1 Tank 251092001 2 Dev/Fix drain plug 254000003 3 Wash drain plug 254000004 4 Heat exchanger chamber 161000011 5 Heat exchanger support Omega 92 101000023 6 Screw-on cap 109000007 7 Safety thermic relay (cut out) 162000016 8 Temperature probe PT100 177000002 9 Heater 1000 W 161000003

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FIG. 3 - DEVELOPER RACK (GENERAL VIEW)

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TABLE 3 - DEVELOPER RACK (GENERAL VIEW) Pos. Description Code Pos. Description Code

1 Dev. floating lid. 092.21.002 13 Curve guide 54A/36-35R 092.12.020 2 Curve guide 092.12.022 14 Rubber roller for tank section diam. 30 092.24.009 3 Straight guide 57A/35 092.12.009 15 Tie rod for rack 092.27.005

4 Lateral wall - Dev. rack 000.52.075 16 Bush - 10 mm. clearance hole 000.08.035 5 Z20 reinforced gear 000.16.003 17 PVC roller 092.24.008 6 Z50+Z20 gear 000.16.095 18 Straight guide for dev. daylight entry 67A/45 092.12.019 7 Z26 reinforced helical gear 092.16.071 19 Mobil bush 000.08.011 8 Inox bush 092.08.002 20 Conical spring 000.42.008 9 Z20 gear with screw 000.16.091 21 Shaft for rack 092.10.004

10 Z17 reinforced gear 000.16.007 22 Inox bush for rack shaft 092.08.028 11 Z30 gear 000.16.008 23 Bush for rack rack shaft diam. 12 092.08.038 12 Inox bush 10x26.5 000.08.003

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FIG. 4 - DEVELOPER RACK (SIDE VIEW)

TABLE 4 - DEVELOPER RACK (SIDE VIEW)

Pos. Description Code Pos. Description Code

1 Rubber roller for tank section diam. 30 132092001 10 Z20 gear with screw 241000008

2 PVC roller diam. 30 232092002 11 Z30 gear 241000003 3 D.R.E. guide 233092001 12 Z16 gear 241000002 4 Straight guide 57A/35 233092002 13 Z50/Z20 gear 141000005 5 Straight guide 67A/45 233092003 with inox bush 10x26,5 244000003 6 Curve guide 54A/36-35R 233092004 14 Developer wall 231000008 7 Curve guide 58A/40-43R 233092005 15 Transmission shaft 194000002 8 Mobil bush 144000014 16 Z20 gear diam. 10 mm 241000009 9 Conical spring 130000001 with inox bush diam. 10 244000002

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FIG. 5 - FIXER & WASH RACKS (SIDE VIEW)

TABLE 5 - FIXER & WASH RACKS (SIDE VIEW)

Pos. Description Code Pos. Description Code

1 Rubber roller for tank section diam. 30 132092001 11 Z30 gear 241000003

2 PVC roller diam. 30 232092002 12 Z16 gear 241000002 5 Straight guide 67A/45 233092003 13 Z50+Z20 gear 141000005 6 Curve guide 54A/36-35R 233092004 with inox bush 10x26,5 244000003 7 Curve guide 58A/40-43R 233092005 14 Fixer & wash wall 231000009 8 Mobil bush 144000014 15 Transmission shaft 9 Conical spring 130000001 16 Z20 gear 241000009

10 Z20 gear with screw 241000008 with inox bush diam. 10 244000002

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FIG. 6 - DRYER RACK (GENERAL VIEW)

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TABLE 6 - DRYER RACK (GENERAL VIEW) Pos. Description Code Pos. Description Code

0 Lid for dryer rack 092.30.032 13 Z20 gear with screw 000.16.091 1 Lateral panel for dryer rack 092.30.033 14 Z30 gear 000.16.008 2 Tank rubber roller diam. 30 - Pin diam. 10 092.24.011 15 Bush - 8 mm. clearance hole 000.08.035 3 Bush - 10 mm. clearance hole 000.08.007 16 Bracket for air conveyor 000.51.013 4 Rack shaft 092.10.004 17 Rubber roller diam. 30 - Pin diam. 8 092.24.010 5 Bush - 12 mm. clearance hole 000.08.038 18 Upper air conveyor 092.05.001 6 Right lateral wall 000.52.077 19 Air distributing guide 092.12.000 7 Z20 gear 000.16.094 20 Conical spring 000.42.001 8 Spacer inox bush 000.08.003 21 Curve guide 58A/40-43R 092.12.021 9 Z26 reinforced helical gear 000.16.071 22 Left lateral wall 092.52.078

10 Z50+Z20 gear 000.16.095 23 Bottom air conveyor 092.05.002 11 Z17 reinforced gear 000.16.007 24 Straight guide 092.12.024 12 Spacer inox bush 000.08.002 25 General air conveyor 092.09.014

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FIG. 7 / TABLE 7 - DRYER RACK (SIDE VIEW)

Pos. Description Code

1 Z20 gear with screw 241000008 2 Z30 gear

with inox bush diam. 10 241000013 3 Z16 gear

with inox bush diam. 10 241000002 4 Z20+Z50 gear 141000005 5 Right lateral wall 231000010 6 Transmission shaft 7 Rubber roller dryer section diam. 30 132092004 8 Bottom air conveyor 236092001 9 Upper air conveyor 236092003 10 Inox guide 27A/15 233092006 11 Curve guide 43A/23.5-150R 233092007 12 Left lateral wall 231000011 13 Air distributing guide 233092008 14 Curve guide 58A/40-43R 233092005 15 Rubber roller transmission 132092003

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FIG. 8 - TRANSMISSION SHAFT

TABLE 8 – TRANSMISSION SHAFT

Pos. Description Code 1 Z26 reinforced helical gear 241000004 2 Z20 reinforced gear diam. 12 241000010 3 Inox bush diam. 12 244000001 4 Seven starts never end gear 142000001 5 Rack shaft 235092001

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FIG. 9 / TABLE 9 - MOTOR SET

Pos. Description Code

1 Pulley 18XL 0,37 145000008 2 Encoder disk 160000091 3 Encoder circuit 163000

013113 4 Motor support 201000009 5 Motor SWF 402973 148000001

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FIG. 10 / TABLE 10 - PUMPS SUPPORT

Pos. Description Code

1 Replenishment pumps 152000005 2 Recirculation pumps

MD20 152000003

3 Electrovalve 24 V 166000001

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FIG. 11 / TABLE 11 - DRYER OUTPUT

Pos. Descripti Cod

1 Dryer heater set

261000007 2 Dryer thermic relay

80° 162000010 3 Centrifugal fan EBM

G2E160 169000052 4 PG

9 196000008 5 Connections

box 168000001 6 Dryer output

guide 2330920211

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FIG. 12 - ELECTRONIC BOX

TABLE 12 - ELECTRONIC BOX

Pos. Description Code Pos. Description Code

1 Fuses block cover 167000031 7 Solid state relay 50 A 162000017

2 Fuses block 3x20 A 167000022 8 Power supply 163000014 3 Power box connector 172000006 9 Power board 163000003 4 Signals box connector 172000007 10 C.P.U. board 163000001 5 Connection box 164000003 11 Fuses connector 172000005 6 Solid state relay10 A 162000001 12 Main connector 178000006

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FIG. 13 / TABLE 13 - CONTROL BOX

Pos. Description Code

1 5 ways microphone connector 165000001 2 Control box 264000007 3 Membrane keyboard 175000001 4 Control/Display board 16300000

4

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APPENDIX II

CONNECTION SYSTEM

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Dryer probe

Fixer probe

Developer probe

Common probe

Stop swithc

+ encoder

Safety swithc lids

Daylight lid swithc

Film input sensor

- motor

Dev. tank level

Dev. repl. level

Common levels

- 24V extractors

+ 24V extractors

Fixer heater

Ground

Circulation pumps

Dev. repl. pump

Fix. repl. pump

Neutral common pumps

Phase dryer fan

Ground

Neutral dryer heater

Phase dryer heater

LI

L2

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Fix. tank level

Fix. repl. level

Common microswittches

Developer heater

- encoder

Encoder signal

+-

MOTOR

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+

S

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Neutral common heaters

- +

ELECTROVALVE24 V

ENCODER

PT100 DEV

PT100 FIX

PT100 DRYER

STOP

LID SWITCH

JAM SWITCH

FILM INPUT SENSOR

FILM INPUT SENSOR 2

FILM INPUT SENSOR 3

LEVEL DEV

LEVEL FIX

LEVEL REPL.. DEV

LEVEL REG. FIX

EXTRACTORS

DEV. HEATER

FIXER HEATER

CIRCULATION PUMPS

DEV. REPL.

PUMPS

REPL. FIX. PUMPS

DRYER FAN

DRYER HEATER

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MAIN SWITCH

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RESET PUSHBOTON

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K34

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SOLID DEV

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BORNAS

K13

K11

K12

K14

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SOLID SEC

L1

L2

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TERMINALS

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BUOY

THERMIC RELAY 80 ºC

Common microswittches

Film input sensor

Film input sensor

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OMEGA

POWER BOX

SIGNALS BOX

POWER AND SIGNALS BOXES

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SOLID STATE

RELAY DEV.

SOLID STATE

RELAY FIX.

10 A

SOILD STATE

RELAY DRYER

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K30

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K16

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MAIN CONNECTORTERMINALS

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OMEGA 51, 66, 78 OMEGA 92

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CONNECTOR - TERMINALS - RELAYS

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TRAFO 24V 2A

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Common probe

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SSR1 HEATER DEV.

S S R2 HEATER FIX.

SSR3 HEATER DRYER

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AUX. 2

AUX. 3

AUX. 4

FILM-IN

S O LENOID VALVE (WASH)

C H EMICALS TEMP O.K.

MAIN RELAY

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TANK LEV DEV

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R E PL. LEVEL . DEV.

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S E NSOR FILM-IN 3

S E NSOR FILM-IN 1

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DL18

DL19

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DL21

DL22

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A N TIJAM SENSOR

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P U LSADOR ARRANQUE

POWER BOARD FUSES

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DL17

DL25

DL11

DL8

DL7

DL10

DL1

DL16

DL23

DL14

DL4

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C.P.U.

OMEGA CONNECTIONS

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+ 5V

+ 12V

- 12V

GND

TRAFO 24V2A

220V

22V

POWER SUPLY+5 / +12 / -12

pink

white

red/yellow

orange/grey

white/yellow

white/grey

green

blue

orange/black

white/red

red/black

pink/yellow

white/blue

white/green

red/green

rellow

violet

orange

grey

yellow/black

blue

black

blue

grey

blue

brown

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grey

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violet

green

orange

grey

brown

violet

white

yellow

blue

grey

red

black

pink

K37

K36

K35

K34

K33

K29

K31

K27

K10

K11

K12

K13

K14

K26

K15

K17

K18

K19

K20

K21

K22

K23

K24

K25

K30

K5

K1

K4

K32

K28

K8

K11

K14

K17

K12

K16

K1

K16

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black

black

black

black

red/green

K27

K32

K32

K28

K28

K4

K4

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OMEGA

F1

DL26

DL13

DL9

DL2

DL18

DL21

DL22

DL20

DL3

DL19

DL24

DL12

DL5

DL15

DL6

DL17

DL25

DL11

DL8

DL7

DL10

DL1

DL16

DL23

DL14

DL4

F6

F8

F7F4

F2

F3

F5

F9

POWER

C.P.U.

POWER BOARD FUSES

F1

F2

F3

F4

F5

F6

F7

F8

F9

1.5 A

1 A

1 A

1 A

1 A

1 A

0.5 A

1 A1 A

GREEN LEDS

TANK LEV DEV

TANK LEVEL FIX

REPL. LEVEL . DEV.

REPL. LEVEL FIX.

SENSOR FILM-IN 2

SENSOR FILM-IN 3

SENSOR FILM-IN 1

DL16

DL17

DL18

DL19

DL20

DL21

DL22

DL23

DL24

DL25

DL26

SENSOR FILM-IN 4

ANTIJAM SENSOR

SWITCH COVER OPEN

PULSADOR ARRANQUE

RED LEDS

DL15

DL14

DL13

DL12

DL11

DL10

DL9

DL8

DL7

DL6

DL5

DL3

DL4

DL2

DL1 REPL. PUMP DEV.

REPL. PUMP FIX.

CIRCULATION PUMP

DRYER FAN

SSR1 HEATER DEV.

SSR2 HEATER FIX.

SSR3 HEATER DRYER

AUX. 1

AUX. 2

AUX. 3

AUX. 4

FILM-IN

SOLENOID VALVE (WASH)

CHEMICALS TEMP O.K.

MAIN RELAY

BOARDS

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