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Q Model

AuCS®A Accessory

(Automatic Cleaning System)

Installation

Use and Care Manual

This Manual Covers Installation, Use and Care Information for the AuCS® A Accessory.

We reserve the right to make product improvements at any time.

Specifications and design are subject to change without notice.

Part Number 80-1218-3

Safety Notices

When installing or using the AuCS®A accessory, be sure to pay close attention to the safety notices in this manual. Disregarding the notices may lead to serious injury and/or damage to the ice machine or AuCS® accessory.

Throughout this manual, you will see the following types of safety notices:

WARNING

Text in a Warning box alerts you to a potential personal injury situation. Be sure to read the Warning statement, and then proceed carefully.

CAUTION

Text in a Caution box alerts you to a situation in which you could damage the ice machine or AuCS® accessory. Be sure to read the Caution statement, and then proceed carefully.

Procedural Notices

When installing or using the Model AuCS®A accessory, be sure to read the procedural notices in this manual. These notices supply helpful and important information.

Throughout this manual, you will see the following types of procedural notices:

Important

Important boxes serve two functions:

They call the operator’s attention to important information.

They also provide the service technician with information that may help in performing a procedure more efficiently. Disregarding this information may slow down the work.

NOTE: Text set off as a Note provides you with simple, but useful, extra information.

CAUTION

Use only Manitowoc approved Ice Machine Cleaner (part number 94-0546-3)and Sanitizer (part number94-0565-3)with the AuCS® accessory.

Read and understand all information printed on the bottles before use.

 

Table of Contents

Table of Contents

 

Section 1 - General Information

 

Freight Damage and Claims Procedure.........................................................................................................

1-1

Model/Serial Number Location ......................................................................................................................

1-1

Owner Warranty Registration Card..............................................................................................................

1-2

Warranty Coverage .........................................................................................................................................

1-2

Component Location and Identification .......................................................................................................

1-3

Compatible Ice Machine Models ....................................................................................................................

1-4

Section 2 - Installation Instructions

 

General..............................................................................................................................................................

2-1

Electrical Service..............................................................................................................................................

2-1

Location/Mounting ..........................................................................................................................................

2-2

Connection to Ice Machine..............................................................................................................................

2-4

Determine Type of Solution Needed...............................................................................................................

2-12

Installing Bottle of Solution ............................................................................................................................

2-12

Changing Solution Type..................................................................................................................................

2-13

Hose Priming ....................................................................................................................................................

2-13

Setting Frequency of Cleaning........................................................................................................................

2-14

Removal From Service/Winterization ...........................................................................................................

2-14

Section 3 - Operation

 

Automatic Operation.......................................................................................................................................

3-1

Manual Start Operation

 

Q Models...........................................................................................................................................................

3-1

QDUAL .............................................................................................................................................................

3-3

Changing Switch Position During Automatic Operation

 

Q Models...........................................................................................................................................................

3-2

Q1400C..............................................................................................................................................................

3-2

QDUAL .............................................................................................................................................................

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Section 1

General Information

Section 1

General Information

Freight Damage and Claims

Procedures

1.Shortages

Check the number of cartons delivered against the quantity shown on your receipt. If the quantities do not match, have the driver note the shortage and file your claim with the freight company.

2.No-FaultClaim Procedure

Manitowoc assumes responsibility for all freight damage claims involving participating carriers, with the following exceptions:

When the trucking company loses the equipment.

When fire destroys the equipment en route.

When a traffic accident damages the shipment en route.

3.Visible Damage

A. If a carton appears damaged in any way, open the carton and inspect the contents in the presence of the driver. Note the nature and extent of the damage on the freight bill.

B. Notify your local Manitowoc distributor to inspect the merchandise within 15 days of delivery. Do not attempt to repair the damage.

4.Concealed Damage

A. If damage is noticed at the time of installation, notify the distributor immediately and ask for an inspection.

B. Do not destroy packing materials until the inspection is completed.

These conditions must be met before your claim can be processed by the distributor.

5.Claims

Manitowoc Ice, Inc. and your local distributor will arrange to repair or replace the equipment.

Model/Serial Number Location

Record the model and serial number of the AuCS®A accessory in the space provided below. These numbers are required when requesting information from your local Manitowoc distributor, service representative, or Manitowoc Ice, Inc.

The model and serial number are listed on the OWNER WARRANTY REGISTRATION CARD. They are also listed on the MODEL/SERIAL NUMBER DECAL affixed to the side of the AuCS®A accessory.

MODEL AND

SERIAL NUMBER

PLATE

SV1275

Model/Serial Number Location

Ice Machine

Bin/Dispenser

Model Number

Serial Number

Remote AuCS®A

Condenser or Accessory Condensing Unit

Model Number

Serial Number

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General Information

Section 1

Owner Warranty Registration Card

GENERAL

The packet containing this manual also includes warranty information. Warranty coverage begins the day your new AuCS®A accessory is installed.

Important

Complete and mail the OWNER WARRANTY REGISTRATION CARD as soon as possible to validate the installation date.

If you do not return your OWNER WARRANTY REGISTRATION CARD, Manitowoc will use the date of sale to the Manitowoc distributor as the first day of warranty coverage for your new AuCS®A accessory.

Warranty Coverage

GENERAL

The following Warranty outline is provided for your convenience.

Contact your local Manitowoc representative or Manitowoc Ice, Inc. if you need further warranty information.

PARTS

Manitowoc warrants the AuCS®A accessory against defects in materials and workmanship, under normal use and service for three (3) years from the date of original installation.

LABOR

Labor required to repair or replace defective components is covered for three (3) years from the date of original installation.

EXCLUSIONS

The following items are not included in the ice machine’s warranty coverage:

1.Normal maintenance, adjustments and cleaning as outlined in this manual.

2.Repairs due to unauthorized modifications to the ice machine or the AuCS®A accessory, or the use ofnon-standardparts without prior written approval from Manitowoc Ice, Inc.

3.Damage caused by improper installation of the ice machine, AuCS®A accessory, electrical supply, water supply or drainage, or damage caused by floods, storms, or other acts of God.

4.Premium labor rates due to holidays, overtime, etc.; travel time; flat rate service call charges; mileage and miscellaneous tools and material charges not listed on the payment schedule.

Additional labor charges resulting from the inaccessibility of the ice machine and AuCS®A accessory are also excluded.

5.Parts or assemblies subjected to misuse, abuse, neglect or accidents.

6.Damage or problems caused by installation, cleaning and/or maintenance procedures inconsistent with the technical instructions provided in this manual.

AUTHORIZED WARRANTY SERVICE

To comply with the provisions of the warranty, a refrigeration service company, qualified and authorized by a Manitowoc distributor, or a Contracted Service Representative must perform the warranty repair.

NOTE: If the dealer the ice machine and AuCS®A accessory were purchased from is not authorized to perform warranty service, contact the Manitowoc distributor or Manitowoc Ice, Inc. for the name of the nearest authorized service representative.

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Section 1

General Information

Component Location and Identification

 

MOUNTING SLOTS

 

 

DISPENSING PUMP

 

COMMUNICATION WIRE

 

(9 FEET LONG)

 

VINYL TUBE

 

(9 FEET LONG)

VINYL TUBE

 

PLASTIC CAP

CONTROL

 

BOARD

 

ELECTRIC POWER CORD

 

(8 FEET LONG)

PUMP

 

OSCILLATING

 

DIODE

 

SV1630G

COMMUNICATION CONNECTION QDUAL

 

COMMUNICATION WIRE IS SUPPLIED WITH ICE

COMMUNICATION CONNECTION

MACHINE AND IS LOCATED ON THE BACK OF

COMMUNICATION WIRE IS SUPPLIED WITH AUCS®

THE CONTROL BOX

CLEANING FREQUENCY

SELECTOR SWITCH

 

RELAY

ELECTRIC CORD TO

ELECTRIC CORD FOR

POWER TO AuCS®

DISPENSING PUMP

 

SV3065

CONTROL

PUMP OSCILLATING BOARD

DIODE

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General Information

Section 1

Compatible Ice Machine Models

The AuCS®A accessory can be used on all Manitowoc ice machines capable of accepting the AuCS accessory.

Q Model Undercounter (Q130, Q210, Q270) QM model (QM20, QM30, QM45) and Flake Ice Machines (QF800, QC700, QF400) are not AuCS compatible.

Listed models are compatible with the AuCS®A accessory

Q MODELS

J MODELS

B MODELS

Air, Water or Remote Condenser

Air, Water or Remote Condenser

Air, Water or Remote Condenser

 

 

B150

Q200

J200

B200

 

J250

B250

Q280

 

 

Q320

J320

B320

Q370

 

 

Q420

J420

B420

Q450

J450

B450

Q600

J600

B600

Q800

J800

B800

Q1000

J1000

B1000

Q1300

J1300

B1300

Q1600

 

 

Q1800

J1800

B1800

QUIETQUBE® MODELS

 

 

Q600C

 

 

Q800C

 

 

Q1000C

 

 

Q1400C

 

 

QDUALC

 

 

ICE BEVERAGE MODELS

 

 

IB600C

 

 

IB800C

 

 

IB1000C

 

 

SU1000C (SerVend UC300 Dispenser)

 

 

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Section 2

Installation Instructions

 

Section 2

 

Installation Instructions

General

These instructions are provided to assist the qualified installer. Check your local yellow pages for the name of the nearest Manitowoc Ice Machine Distributor or call Manitowoc Ice, Inc. for information regarding installation and start-upservices.

WARNING

Improper installation will affect dispensing rate. Install only within the parameters outlined in this installation manual.

Please contact your local Manitowoc Distributor or call Manitowoc Ice, Inc. for assistance if you encounter a problem that is not covered by this manual.

3.43 "

8.7 CM

12” 30.48 CM

12.12"

9’

30.78 CM

274.3 CM

 

8’ 243 CM

SV1632G

Dimensions

Electrical Service

WARNING

All wiring must conform to local, state, and national codes.

Voltage/Cycle/

Runnin

N.E.M.A Electrical Plug

Phase

g Amps

Configuration

115/60/1

.3

5-15P

220/240/50/1

.1

No plug attached

115 VOLT WIRING

The 115/60/1 AuCS® has an eight (8) foot cord which must be plugged into a 15 amp electrical outlet.

CAUTION

Never use an extension cord. If an outlet is not in reach of the AuCS® power cord, have an outlet installed.

220/240 VOLT WIRING

The 220/240/50/1 AuCS® can be wired to:

The terminal block located in the ice machine.

With a separate plug.

To a separate disconnect.

TERMINAL BLOCK LOCATED

IN ICE MACHINE

MACHINE

L1

 

L1

N

 

N

TO ICE

 

 

 

 

WIRED-PRE

GROUND

 

GROUND

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

TO SEPARATE FUSE/

 

 

 

CIRCUIT BREAKER.

 

 

 

DISCONNECT ALL POLES.

 

 

 

REFER TO ICE MACHINE

 

 

 

INSTALLATION

 

 

 

INSTRUCTIONS FOR

 

 

 

FUSE RATING.

 

 

 

AuCS® POWER

 

N

L1

CORD

PRE-WIREDAT AuCS® ACCESSORY

SV1633G

220/240/50/1 Wiring

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Installation Instructions

Section 2

Location/Mounting

CAUTION

Do not install in an area where the air temperature falls below 35°F or exceeds 110°F.

The AuCS®A must be protected if it will be subjected to temperatures below freezing. Refer to “Removal From Service/Winterization.”

HEIGHT REQUIREMENT

(Refer to drawing on page 2-3.)Either the base or the top of the AuCS®A must be within 2” of the base of the ice machine. Do not mount the AuCS®A too high or too low.

CAUTION

The cleaner or sanitizer may siphon (or dispense improperly)into the ice machine water trough if the AuCS®A is mounted too high or too low.

DISTANCE REQUIREMENT

(Refer to drawing on page 2-3.)The AuCS®A must be mounted within 9 feet of the ice machine to accommodate the low voltage communication wire and tubing. The tubing may be shortened to accommodate a run of less than 9 feet.

CAUTION

Do not extend the length of the 9-footlow voltage modular communication wire or tubing. The correct amount of solution will not dispense.

FASTENING TO BIN OR DISPENSER

CAUTION

The AuCS®A accessory may be mounted to the bin or dispenser only when permitted by local electrical codes.

NOTE: The ice machine’s serviceability may be reduced when the AuCS®A is mounted to the bin or dispenser. Wall mounting is recommended.

1.Set the mounting bracket (part F, page 2-4)over the bin top rail at desired location (refer to figure).

2.Remove the backing from the foam adhesive tape (part E, page 2-4).Apply tape to mounting bracket, and along the entire bin rail.

3.Align the AuCS®A key slots with the mounting

bracket tabs. Verify the tabs are at the top of the key slots and that the AuCS®A is level.

4.Remove the backing from the adhesive bumpers

(part D, page 2-4.)Attach bumpers to the mounting bracket directly above the AuCS®A control box. This eliminates upward movement and stops the tabs from disengaging the key slots.

GASKET

BRACKET

BUMPER

SV1640G

Mounting to Ice Machine

FASTENING TO WALL

The AuCS®A is mounted to the wall using the two key slots in the back wall of the accessory. Screw fasteners (not supplied) must hold the entire weight of the AuCS®A accessory (approximately 10 lb.).

6.56” 16.6 CM

Key Slot Dimensions

SV1634G

 

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Section 2

Installation Instructions

BASE OF ICE MACHINE

NO! TOO HIGH

2” 5 CM

2” 5 CM

BOX BASE OR BOX TOP

MUST BE WITHIN 2” (5 CM)

OF

ICE MACHINE BASE

NO! TOO LOW

NOTE: BOX MUST ALSO MOUNT WITHIN REACH OF 9’ TUBING AND LOW VOLTAGE COMMUNICATION WIRE.

SV1639G

Height and Distance Requirements

2-3

Installation Instructions

Section 2

Connection to Ice Machine

GENERAL

A

½” PVC CONDUIT

FITTING

 

B

HOSE CLAMPS

C LOCKNUT

D BUMPER

E

FOAM TAPE

F BRACKET

SV1635G

Parts Identification

PVC CONDUIT FITTING (A) INSTALLATION

½” LOCKNUT (C)

½” PVC CONDUIT

FITTING (A)

SV1636G

PVC Conduit Fitting (A) Installation

1.Insert the PVC fitting (A) into the AuCS®A and tighten with the lock nut (C).

WARNING

Disconnect the electric power supply to the ice machine at the electrical disconnect before proceeding.

2.If required for access, remove the front, top, and right side panels from the ice machine.

3.Remove the 7/8” access hole plug located on the back of the corner post of the ice machine

4.Insert the PVC conduit fitting (Part A) and tighten with the lock nut (Part C).

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Section 2

Installation Instructions

Connection to Ice Machine (cont.)

Q320 Q370 Q420

Q200 Q280 Q450

Q600

Q800 Q1000

Q600C Q800C Q1000C

Q1300

Q1600 Q1800

 

1-1/8”DIAMETER ACCESS HOLE

1-1/8”DIAMETER ACCESS HOLE

5”

3”

1.5”

1.5”

½” PVC CONDUIT

FITTING (A)

½” LOCKNUT (C)

½” LOCKNUT (C)

½” PVC CONDUIT FITTING (A)

SV1637G

PVC Conduit Fitting (A) Installation

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Installation Instructions

Section 2

IB600C IB800C IB1000C

Q1400C

 

1-1/8"DIAMETER ACCESS HOLE

1-1/8"DIAMETER ACCESS HOLE

5.9"

7.5"

2"

3.0"

QDUAL

1-1/8"DIAMETER ACCESS HOLE

7.5"

2"

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Section 2

Installation Instructions

Connection to Ice Machine (cont.)

PVC CONDUIT CONNECTION (NOT SUPPLIED)

Connect the ½” PVC conduit from the AuCS®A to the ice machine.

CAUTION

Install 1/2” conduit to protect the tubing and modular wire from damage or access.

NOTE: A pulling elbow is recommended for easier routing of the vinyl tubing and modular wire.

NOTE: AuCS® SHOWN

IS 115 VOLT WITH

POWER CORD

ATTACHED

SV1638G

Typical PVC Conduit Installation

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Installation Instructions

Section 2

Connection to Ice Machine (cont.)

WATER INLET

VALVE

ACCESS

HOLE

SV1641G

WATER INLET

BARBED FITTING

Vinyl Tubing Installation

(Typical 22” Ice Machine Shown)

 

 

ROUTE TUBING

SV1780

 

WATER INLET

 

 

 

QDUAL

BARBED FITTING

 

 

WATER INLET

BARBED FITTING

SV3064

IB600C IB800C IB1000C

ROUTE TUBING AND

CONNECT TO 90° ELBOW

SV1770 RH

Q1400C

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Section 2

Installation Instructions

Q1400C ONLY

A.

1/4" DIA x 4" LG VINYL TUBING

B.

1/2" PVC CONDUIT FITTING (QTY 2)

C.

90° THREADED ELBOW

D.

1/4" FERRULE NUT

E.

90° BARBED ELBOW

F.

3/8" HOSE CLAMP (QTY 2)

G.

1/2" LOCKNUT (QTY 2)

A.Slide the 1/4" ferrule nut (part D) onto the 1/4" tubing (part A)

B.Connect the 1/4" ferrule nut (with 1/4" tubing) to the 90° threaded elbow (part C) and hand tighten.

C.Locate the 7/16" diameter hole in the bulkhead of the ice machine. (See illustration).

D.Remove the plastic plug from the hole.

E.Insert the threaded end of the barbed elbow (part E) into the hole. Screw the 90° threaded elbow (part C) to the barbed elbow (part E). Hand tighten. Be sure the threaded elbow (part C) outlet tube points downward, toward the water trough.

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Installation Instructions

Section 2

Connection to Ice Machine (cont.)

COMMUNICATION WIRE CONNECTION

Insert the low voltage communication wire through the ½” conduit connecting the AuCS®A to the ice machine.

Plug into the jacks on the ice machine control board and the AuCS®A control board. (Refer to drawing for routing communication wire in ice machine.)

CONTROL BOARD

COMMUNICATION

WIRE

GROUND WIRE

(Q1300/Q1800 ONLY)

ROUTE WIRING

THROUGH

ACCESS HOLES

AS SHOWN

COMMUNICATION

WIRE

30 AND 48 INCH

22 INCH

SV1642G

Low Voltage Communication Wire Connection

QDUAL ONLY: The communication wire is attached to the rear of the ice machine control box. The communication wire included with the AuCS®A is not used.

AUCS CONTROL

BOARD

COMMUNICATION

PORT

QDUAL

COMMUNICATION

PORT

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Section 2

Installation Instructions

Connection to Ice Machine (cont.)

VINYL TUBING CONNECTION

1.Insert the tubing into the ½” conduit from the AuCS® to the ice machine.

2.Slide the 3/8” hose clamp (B) onto the tubing and connect it to the barbed fitting on the AuCS® dispenser pump.

3/8” HOSE CLAMP (B)

8’ VINYL TUBING

MODULAR WIRE LEAD

SV1643G

Connecting Vinyl Tubing to Dispenser Pump Using 3/8” Hose Clamp (B)

3.Route the tubing through the bulkhead heyco fitting and into the water compartment.

4.Determine the amount of tubing required and cut off the excess.

5.Slide the 3/8” hose clamp (Part B) onto the tubing and connect it to the water inlet barbed fitting.

AuCS® INLET

WATER INLET

SV1644G

Connecting Vinyl Tubing to

Water Inlet Barbed Fitting

AFTER INSTALLATION

WARNING

Read and understand this entire manual prior to operation of the AuCS®A accessory. You must understand all warning and caution statements and follow all safety precautions to assure proper operation of the AuCS®A accessory.

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Installation Instructions

Section 2

Determine Type Of Solution Needed

CAUTION

Use only Manitowoc-approvedIce Machine Cleaner (part number94-0546-3)or Sanitizer (part94-0565-3)in the AuCS®A It is a violation of Federal law to use these solutions in a manner inconsistent with their labeling. Read and understand all labels on the bottles before use.

The AuCS®A accessory will dispense Cleaner OR Sanitizer. It cannot dispense both at the same time.

CAUTION

Do not mix Cleaner and Sanitizer solutions together. It is a violation of Federal law to use these products in a manner inconsistent with their labeling.

MANITOWOC ICE MACHINE CLEANER Part Number 94-0546-3

Ice Machine Cleaner is used to control build-upand to remove lime scale or other mineral deposits. It will not “sanitize” the ice machine.

It is recommended for use in places that have lime scale or other mineral deposits built up, but no problems with slime.

MANITOWOC ICE MACHINE SANITIZER Part Number 94-0565-3

Ice Machine Sanitizer is used for sanitizing and controlling algae build-up(slime) and other bacterial growth. The ice machine should be sanitized on a regular schedule, following Manitowoc recommendations and local regulations.

It is recommended for use in places such as pizzerias, bars, bakeries, etc., that have airborne bacteria (yeast). Sanitizing is also recommended in places that do not have lime scale (or other mineral deposit problems).

Model

Amount of Cleaner or

Sanitizer Dispensed

 

Q200 Q280 Q320 Q370 Q420

Q450 Q600 Q600C IB600C *2.4 ounces (70 ml)

Q800 Q800C IB800C Q1000

Q1000C IB1000C SU1000C

Q1400C

Q1300 Q1600 Q1800 QDUAL *4.8 ounces (140 ml)

*The dispense rate is automatically controlled

Installing Bottle Of Solution

WARNING

Wear rubber gloves and safety goggles (and/or face shield) when handling Cleaner or Sanitizer.

CAUTION

Follow instructions listed under “Changing Solution Type” on the next page when changing from Cleaner to Sanitizer or from Sanitizer to Cleaner.

1.Place the bottle into the AuCS®A accessory.

2.Slide the tube to the bottom of the bottle and hand-tightenthe cap.

TUBE MUST BE CLOSE

TO BOTTLE BOTTOM

SV1645

Bottle Installation

WARNING

Do not use 1 gallon bottles of Cleaner or Sanitizer on the AuCS®A

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