Installing Prodigy Smartboard Datalogger

 

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Installing Prodigy Smartboard Datalogger

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Instructions Installation and Operation of the TPDL1 Prodigy Smart-Board™ Datalogger Scotsman's Advanced Feature Smart-Board is an optional add on electronic device that can be applied to most Prodigy models. It can be used: • • • • With the standard controller With the standard controller and the SmartLock Out Control (KSL) With the standard controller and the Vari-Smart™ Ice Level Control (KVS) With the standard controller, and both the KSL and the KVS Smart-Board abilities include: • USB connection to Scotsman's Prodigy TechTool software • Data Logging • Data Display Kit Contents • Pre-mounted Smart-Board, connecting cable, USB cable, CD-ROM. Installation: Temporary Data Logger 1. Depress and hold the Off button until the machine shuts Off (Status light will go out). 2. Disconnect electrical power from the ice machine. Note: Connecting the TPDL1 to a controller that is powered is NOT recommended, as it might result in a reset of the controller. 3. Remove front panel. 4. Remove screw holding control cover to control box, swing control & cover open. 5. Route wire into back of control box. Locate datalogger in a secure spot in the cabinet. 6. Connect supplied wire from Smart-Board box to main controller Accessory connection. 7. Close the control box cover. 8. Reconnect electrical power. Display will show time and date (US Central Time). See time set section for instructions on changing the time. The prior data should be cleared so the datalogger only contains information on the machine it is now connected to. See page 3 for instructions on clearing the data. 17-3139-01. 1

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Use of Smart-Board Buttons: Scroll Up: Changes the display to a menu item higher on the menu list or goes up one number on a setting Scroll Down: Changes the display to a menu item lower on the menu list or goes down one number on a setting Select Button: Use to make changes to settings. Enter Button: Changes display to a sub menu list. Escape Button: Changes display to the main menu. Scroll Up Button Select Button Escape Button SmartBoard™ Advanced Feature Control 34 SEL ESC ENTER See Instructions for Available Features 02-4293-01 Rev A. Display Area Scroll Down Button Enter Button USB Connection The Smart-Board can display Warnings and Data. Data Available: • • • • • • • • • • • • Time, Date Average freeze time Minimum freeze time Maximum freeze time Average harvest time Minimum harvest time Maximum harvest time Diagnostic code with timestamp Compressor run time Freeze cycles Flush level used Water quality • • • • • Operational mode Water temperature Discharge temperature Voltage from the transformer Bin stat input status

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Warnings - will appear in display after malfunction • • • • • Self Test Fail Long Freeze Pend Long Freeze Err Long Harvest Err Check Water • • • • • High Temp Error Sump Temp Sensor Disch Temp Sensor Min Freeze Pend Min Freeze Error • • • • Check Water Warn Long Freeze Warn Long Harv Warn High Temp Warn Communication Features: The datalogger can communicate information in two ways: • Display: The two line display is controlled by the buttons on the front of the datalogger. • USB: There is a USB connection on the front of the SmartBoard. It can be used by a laptop or other PC type computer to read, download or log data. Scotsman software is required. Other Features: Although use with the datalogger version of the Smart-Board is unlikely, 7 Day Programmable Ice Level Control is available when the optional Vari-Smart adjustable ice level control is installed on the Prodigy controller. Instructions for programing are included in these instructions. Some features are not available when installed on a cuber that has Rev 1 software. Rev 2 use began approximately March 2007. Suggestions for use: The datalogger will be most useful when connected to a machine that needs further diagnostics. It can record information that otherwise would be difficult to get. Of particular use will be freeze cycle time, harvest cycle time, power interruptions and any diagnostic shut downs. The Status and Performance sections contain that type of information.

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Tuesday level 1 Test Tuesday time 2 Water Test Tuesday level 2 Date - preset Water fill time Tuesday time 3 Time - preset to Central Time Esc to cancel test Tuesday level 3 Warnings Timers Tuesday time 4 No warnings Compressor run time Tuesday level 4 See prior page for warning list Comp resettable Wednesday time 1 Base Faults Press enter to reset Wednesday level 1 Fault code 1: Pwr up time Wednesday time 2 Fault code 2: Pwr resettable Wednesday level 2 Fault code 3: Press enter to reset Wednesday time 3 Fault code 4 : Revision Wednesday level 3 Fault code 5 : AFB SW Revision Wednesday time 4 Fault code 6 : Controller SW Wednesday level 4 Fault code 7 : US Bin Level SW Thursday time 1 Fault code 8 : AFB Hardware Rev Thursday level 1 Fault code 9 : Controller HW Thursday time 2 Fault code 10 : Adv (advanced) Faults, descriptions of Setup Thursday level 2 Date faults with time and date of occurrence Thursday time 3 Set date Self test failure Thursday level 3 Time Long Freeze Pend Thursday time 4 Set time Long Freeze Strikeout Thursday level 4 Model Number Long Harv Pend Friday time 1 Set model number Long Harvest Strikeout Friday level 1 Serial Number Check Water Friday time 2 Set serial number High Temp Error Friday level 2 Manufacturer Disch Temp Error Friday time 3 Equipment Name Sump Temp Sensor Friday level 3 Manufacture date Discharge Temp Sensor Friday time 4 Set Manufacture Date Min Freeze Pend Friday level 4 Install Date Minimum Freeze Strikeout Saturday time 1 Set Install Date Status Saturday level 1 Contact Name Discharge Temp Saturday time 2 Set Contact Name Sump Temp Saturday level 2 Contact Phone Number Board Voltage Saturday time 3 Set contact phone Bin Level Saturday level 3 Audible alert Bin Setpoint Saturday time 4 Set audible alert on / off Freeze Timer Saturday level 4 Clear current log file Harvest Timer Sunday time 1 Press Select to clear log Freeze Counter Sunday level 1 Clear fault history Water Quality Sunday time 2 Press Select to clear fault code Flush Used Sunday level 2 Logging rate Long Frz Strike Sunday time 3 Set logging rate Long Hrv Strike Sunday level 3 Fill time warning xxx seconds Min Frz Strike Sunday time 4 Set fill time warning Pwr Interrupts Sunday level 4 Freeze time warning xx minutes and seconds Network Configuration* Bin Stat Set freeze time warning Disch Frz Set IP Address Harvest time warning minutes and seconds Cleaning Subnet mask Set harvest time warning Clean interval Default gateway Discharge temp warning in degrees F Next Clean Due DHCP Enable Set discharge temp warning Last Clean Update IP Address PGM Bin Level* Flush level Update Subnet mask Bin Level Ctrl Set Flush Level Update default Gateway Set Bin Level Ctrl On Off Performance Update DNS Monday time 1 Percent run time: Update DHCP Monday level 1 Min Freeze Time * Included but does not apply Monday time 2 Max Freeze Time to this version Smart-Board. Monday level 2 Avg Freeze Time Monday time 3 Min Harvest Time Monday level 3 Max Harvest Time Monday time 4 Avg Harvest Time Monday level 4 Clear History Tuesday time 1 Menu Tree 4

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Advanced Fault Definitions Self test failure The controller checks for proper operation at power up. If the check shows a problem, this warning or fault will be displayed. Long Freeze Pend If the ice machine fails to make ice within the maximum time limit, the controller will note that and display this warning or fault while it is attempting another freeze cycle. Long Freeze Strikeout If the ice machine fails to make ice within the maximum time limit for a third consecutive time, this warning or fault will be displayed and the machine will be shut down. Long Harv Pend If the ice machine fails to release ice within the maximum time limit, the controller will note that and display this warning or fault while it is attempting another freeze cycle Long Harvest Strikeout If the ice machine fails to release ice within the maximum time limit for a third consecutive time, this warning or fault will be displayed and the machine will be shut down. Check Water If the water level sensor does not sense a full reservoir during the maximum time limit, this warning or fault will be displayed. The machine will automatically attempt to fill with water. High Temp Error If the discharge temperature exceeds 250 degrees at any time, the controller will shut the machine down and display this warning or fault. Sump Temp Sensor The water temperature sensor's resistance varies with the water temperature. If the resistance is beyond what the sensor's capability is, this warning or fault is displayed. Discharge Temp Sensor The discharge temperature sensor's resistance varies with the refrigerant temperature. If the resistance is beyond what the sensor's capability is, this warning or fault is displayed. Min Freeze Pend If the controller senses finished ice thickness before the minimum freeze time has elapsed, this warning or fault will be displayed. Minimum Freeze Strikeout If the controller senses finished ice thickness before the minimum freeze time has elapsed three cycles in a row, this warning or fault will be displayed if the machine and the machine will be shut down.

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Smart-Board Button Use: Menu Groups: Push and release the down arrow key to scroll down to the next group. Date - preset Time - preset to Central Time Warnings Base Faults Adv (advanced) Faults Status Cleaning Performance Test Timers Revision Setup PGM Bin Level Within each group are several screens of information or settings, like times, that can be changed. Date and Time Groups: No submenus are available. Warnings: Press and release the Enter button to see information on current Warnings. Press and release ESC to return to the prior menu. ENTER Date: Time: 12-20-2006 03:33:10PM Warnings Base Faults Adv Faults Status Cleaning Performance Test Timers Revision Setup Setup PGM Bin Level Warnings Base Faults No Warnings Base Faults: Press and release the Down arrow to underline the B in Base Faults, then the Enter button to see in the display: ESC Most recent failure (labeled 0) and how long ago it occurred (in hours), then press and release the down arrow to see: Second to most recent failure (labeled 1) and how long ago it occurred (in hours), then press and release the down arrow to see: ENTER Warnings Base Faults Warnings Base Faults Third, fourth, fifth, and so on up to ninth where the list ends. 6

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If there are no errors, the screen will display End of Errors. Press and release the escape button to return to the main menu tree. End of Errors ESC Press and release the down arrow key to underline the A in Advanced Faults. Base Faults Adv Faults Advanced Faults: Press and release the Enter button to see in the display: Most recent failure and the exact time it occurred. Pressing and releasing the down arrow cycles through the other failures back to the oldest. Several examples are listed to the right. ENTER Long Harv Pend 04-15-07;08:15AM Long Freeze Pend 04-01-07;07:11AM Check Water 03-12-07;11:12AM High Temp Error 03-12-07;05:00AM Min Freeze Pend 02-28-07;04:20PM Sump Temp Sensor 01-15-07;12:01AM At the end of the list the display will show directions to go back to the main menu. up arrow = back esc = main menu Press and release the escape button to return to the main menu tree. ESC 7

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Press and release the down arrow to underline the S in Status. Status: Press and release the Enter button to see: Discharge Temp in degrees F., Then press and release the Down arrow key to see: Sump Temp in degrees F. Then press and release the Down arrow key to see: Board Voltage - from the transformer. Then press and release the Down arrow key to see: Bin Level number. Use with Vari-Smart control. Displays level currently sensed. Will display 255 when no Vari-Smart present. Then press and release the Down arrow key to see: Bin set point: Used with Ultrasonic control. Then press and release the Down arrow key to see: Freeze Timer: Freeze time. Then press and release the Down arrow key to see: Harvest Timer: Harvest time. Then press and release the Down arrow key to see: Freeze Counter: Then press and release the Down arrow key to see: Water Quality.: Measurement of the conductivity of the reservoir water. Typically between 20 and 60, lower numbers mean higher mineral content. Then press and release the Down arrow key to see: Flush Used: The WaterSense system has selected this purge setting. Will read 255 if no water in sump. Then press and release the Down arrow key to see: Long Freeze Strike: Long Freeze Strike number. Number of long freeze errors in memory. Then press and release the Down arrow key to see: Long Harvest Strike: Long Harvest Strike number: Number of long harvest errors in memory. Then press and release the Down arrow key to see: Min Frz Strike: Minimum freeze strike number Then press and release the Down arrow key to see: ENTER Adv Faults Status Discharge Temp: 157 Sump Temp: 38 Board Voltage: 14 Bin Level: 13 Bin Setpoint: 9 Freeze Timer: 00:00 Harvest Timer: 00:00 Freeze Counter: 0 Water Quality: 0 Flush Used: 0 Long Frz Strike: 0 Long Hrv Strike: 0 Min Frz Strike: 0 8

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Pwr Interrupts: Number and time of power interruptions. Then press and release the Down arrow key to see: Bin Stat: Open or Closed. Open is normal when no bin thermostat is attached or there is no ice on a thermostat. Then press and release the Down arrow key to see: Disch Frz Set: In degrees F. Shows the discharge temperature recorded as a set up number. The set up number is used for determining how long the fan is off at the end of the freeze cycle. When done with Status, press and release the ESC button. Push and release the Down arrow to put the line under the C in Cleaning. Then push and release the Enter button to see. Cleaning. Press and release the Enter button to see: Pwr Interrupts: 0 Bin Stat: Open Disch Frz Set: 0 ESC Status: Cleaning ENTER Clean Interval: The Clean Interval. Then press and release the Down arrow to see: The Next Clean Due in x HRS. Then press and release the Down arrow to see: Last Clean: x HR Ago. Then press and release the Down arrow to see: Flush Level: Set to Auto or 1, 2, 3, 4 or 5. Push and release the SEL arrow key to enter flush level set mode. Push and release the Up or Down arrow keys to change flush level. Push and release the Enter key to set the new flush level. HR Next Clean Due in HRS Last Clean: HR Ago SEL Flush Level: 1 Set Flush Level: 3 ENTER Then press and release the ESC button. Push and release the Down arrow to put the line under the P in Performance. ESC Cleaning Performance 9

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Then push and release the Enter button to see: Performance Percent run time. Then press and release the Down arrow to see: ENTER Percent time run Min Freeze Time. Then press and release the Down arrow to see: Min Freeze Time 00:00 Max Freeze Time 00:00 AVG Freeze Time 00:00 Min Harvest Time 00:00 Max Harvest Time Max Freeze Time. Then press and release the Down arrow to see: AVG Freeze Time. Then press and release the Down arrow to see: Min Harvest Time. Then press and release the Down arrow to see: Max Harvest Time. Then press and release the Down arrow to see: 00:00 AVG Harvest Time AVG Harvest Time. 00:00 Clear History Press and release the Down arrow open last time to enter the Clear History screen. Press and release the SEL button to clear the performance history. SEL ESC When done with Performance, press and release the ESC button. Push and release the Down arrow to put the line under the T in Test. Then press and release the Enter button to see: Test. Press and release the SEL button to begin a water test. The time to fill the reservoir will be displayed. When done with Test, or to cancel it, press and release the ESC button. Performance Test ENTER SEL Press select to start water ESC 10

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Push and release the Down arrow to put the line under the T in Timers. Then press and release the Enter button to see: Timers. Push and release the Enter button to see Test Timers ENTER Compressor Run: Compressor run time. Then press and release the Down arrow to see: HR Comp Resettable: 0HR Press enter to clear counter Pwr Up Time: HR SEL SEL Compressor run resettable. Press the Down arrow to go to the next line or Press SEL to enter reset mode. Press Enter to reset compressor run time to 0 Press the Down arrow to go to Power up time. Then press and release the Down arrow to see: ENTER Power on resettable. Press the Down arrow to go to the next line or Press SEL to enter reset mode. Press Enter to reset Power on time to 0 Pwr Resettable: HR ENTER When done with Timers, press and release the ESC button. Push and release the Down arrow to put the line under the R in Revision. Then push and release the Enter button to see: Revision. AFB SW Rev number. ESC Timers Revision ENTER Then press and release the Down arrow to see: Controller SW (software rev number) Then press and release the Down arrow to see: US Bin Level (Vari-Smart) software revision. Then press and release the Down arrow to see: AFB SW Rev Controller SW US Bin Level SW 140 11

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AFB Hardware Rev (Smart-Board revision) Then press and release the Down arrow to see: Controller HW (hardware rev number). When done with Revisions, press and release the ESC button. AFB Hardware Rev 1 Controller HW 1 ESC Push and release the Down arrow to put the line under the S in Setup. Then push and release the Enter button to see: Setup: View the Date or change it. To Set Day, Month and Year Press SEL key to get to Setup screen Push and release the SEL key to move to another underlined number. Push and release the Up or Down arrow key to change the marked character. Push and release the Select key to move to the next character, repeat prior step to change the character. SEL Revision Setup ENTER Date: Select to change Set Date: Date: 12-21-2006 34 SEL ENTER When done, push and release the Enter key. Then press and release the Down arrow to view the time or change it.: To Set Time Press SEL key to get to Setup screen SEL Time: Select to change Push and release the SEL key to move the underline to another number. Push and release the Up or Down arrow key to change the marked character. Push and release the Select key to move to the next character, repeat prior step to change the character. When done, push and release the Enter key. Set Time: Date: 02:07:51PM 34 SEL ENTER 12

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Then press and release the Down arrow to view the Model number. Model Number Then press and release the Down arrow to view the Serial number Then press and release the Down arrow to view the Manufacturer Then press and release the Down arrow to view the Equipment Name Then press and release the Down arrow to view the Manufacture date Then press and release the Down arrow to view the Install date Then press and release the Down arrow to view the Contact name Then press and release the Down arrow to view the Serial Number Manufacturer Scotsman Ice Equipment Name Ice Machine Manufacture Date Install Date Contact Name Contact Phone Nu Contact phone number. Then press and release the Down arrow to view the Audible Alert. Then press and release the Down arrow to view the. Then press and release the Down arrow to view the screen to clear the current log file. Then press and release the Down arrow to view the Clear Fault History file. Then press and release the Down arrow to view the Audible Alert Off Clear current log file Clear History Logging rate Fault Logging rate. Then press and release the Down arrow to view the 13

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Fill time warning. Then press and release the Down arrow to view the Freeze time warning. Then press and release the Down arrow to view the Harvest time warning. Then press and release the Down arrow to view the Discharge temp warning. Any of the above can be modified by changing the settings as noted below. The warning set points can be adjusted to match local conditions, so that when they change the Smart-Board provides a notice of the change. To Change Setup Settings: Press SEL key to get to Setup screen. Push and release the SEL key to move the underline to another number. Push and release the Up or Down arrow key to change the marked character. Push and release the Select key to move to the next character, repeat prior step to change the character. When done, push and release the Enter key. Fill time setpoint warning Freeze time warning setpoint Harvest time warning setpoint Discharge temp warning setpoint SEL SEL 34 Example 1: Set Install Date Push the Down arrow key until Setup is visible and the S is underlined. Press Enter. Repeatedly push and release the Down key until the Install Date screen appears. Press SEL key to get to Setup screen Push and release the SEL key to move the underline to another number. Push and release the Up or Down arrow key to change the marked character. Push and release the Select key to move to the next character, repeat prior step to change the character. When done, push and release the Enter key. SEL ENTER Revision Setup ENTER SEL Set install date SEL 00-00-0000 34 SEL ENTER 14

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Prodigy Software Installation and Use Description: The Scotsman Prodigy Tech Tool is a software program designed to access the datalogger tool. Requirements: • • • • Windows XP or Vista 40 MB disk space minimum. More will be needed if data logging is used. Desktop or Laptop PC with a USB port. Live ice machine with datalogger connected (to install USB driver) Software Installation: Pre-installation: The datalogger must be UNPLUGGED from the the PC. 1. Insert the CD into the computer’s CD-ROM drive. 2. Follow the program installation instructions. At the finish, do NOT start the application. • The installation will place 2 icons on the desktop, Prodigy Charting and Scotsman Prodigy. • The installation will also set up a Scotsman Prodigy section under Programs (Start > All Programs > Scotsman Prodigy). 3. After the installation is complete, remove the CD-ROM from the drive. 4. Power up the datalogger and plug the USB connector into the PC and the datalogger. 5. The PC will automatically find the Smart-Board and begin the process to install the driver. 6. Select all default settings for installing the device driver. 7. Installation is now complete. 15

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