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GLORY Gfb800_900 - User Manual

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2006-06-05 GLORY

類別 TMB4 番号 T617-09
0901 000048:2001-07-01

OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
GLORY BANK NOTE COUNTING MACHINE

GFB-800・900 se ries

FOREWORD
Congratulations on your selection of a GLORY Bank Note Counting Machine. This manual has been compiled to provide complete instructions for operating the machine. Before starting, please read the instructions thoroughly to familiarize yourself with all of its functions and operations of the machine and keep this manual nearby for quick reference.

The GFB-800・900 series are designed for counting bank notes. Unauthorized modification of the GFB-800・900 series without GLORY's permission will result in the invalidation of all guarantees.

The information contained in this manual is subject to change without notes. The contents of this manual may not be reproduced in any form without the explicit permission of GLORY.

Notes in Using Machine
⇒ To make the most use of this machine →Avoid operation under direct sunlight. →Don't press the operation-keys with a pointed tip of pencil or anything pointed. →Don't make multi wiring from one socket. ⇒ To make this machine with safety → Three-pole plug which can be grounded to the building ground should be used for power supply. *Use the power cable attached to the machine as accessories. →Unplug the machine before it is moved. →Don't place tools, fingers, hair, loose clothing, etc. near any moving part. →Don't open the Hopper during machine operation. When the Hopper is to be opened, make sure that the machine is first turned off. →Don't spill drink etc. on the machine. →For maintenance, use specified parts; don't make improper maintenance.

WARNING:
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class A digital device, pursuant to part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference when the equipment is operated in a commercial environment. This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instruction manual, may cause harmful interference to radio communication. Operation of this equipment in a residential area is likely to cause harmful interference in which case the user will be required to correct the interference at his own expense.

WARNING:
This is Class A product. In a domestic environment this product may cause radio interface in which case the user may be required to take adequate measure. ★ Specification subject to change without notice. ★ We shall be free from any balance for the injury or right of a third paty caused by using the date contained herein. ★ Reproduction for the purpose of profit-making without permission shall be forbidden.

If your line voltage is 220 to 240V, use one of the following types of cable. (For 220V to 240V) Plug Configuration Plug Type EURO 240V 10-15A UK 240V 6A Australian 240V 10A North American 240V 15A Switzerland 240V 6A Line Voltage Selector Setting 200-240V Reference Standards CEE(7),ⅡⅣⅦ IEC 83 IEC 127 BS 1363 IEC 83 IEC 127 AS C112 IEC 127 Power Cord Type SVT or<HAR> No. 18/3AWG 300V, 10A Type SVT or<HAR> No. 18/3AWG 300V, 10A Type SVT or<HAR> No. 18/3AWG 300V, 10A UL Listed Type SVT No. 18/3AWG 300V, 10A Type SVT or<HAR> No. 18/3AWG 300V, 10A

200-240V

200-240V

200-240V

ANSI C73-20 NEMA 6-45-P IEC 83 UL 198.6 SEV IEC 127

200-240V

If your line voltage is 100 to 120V, use one of the following types of cable. (For 100V to 120V) Plug Configuration Plug Type North American 125V 10A Line Voltage Selector Setting 100-120V Reference Standards ANSI C73.11 NEMA 5-15-P IEC 83 Power Cord UL Listed Type SVT or SJT No. 18 or 16/3AWG or<HAR> 300V, 10A or 13A

CONTENTS

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NAME AND BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF MAIN PARTS Appearance ………………………1 Operation panel and display ………………3

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DAILY CLEANING OF THE MACHINE
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HOW TO OPERATE MACHINE
Counting Bank Notes Different denomination detection function Counterfeit note detection function …………5 ………9 ………11

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SPECIFICATIONS
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ACCESSORIES
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TROUBLE SHOOTING
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PRECAUTIONS FOR HANDLING OF MACHINE
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NAME AND BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF MAIN PARTS
Appearance

② ① ③ ④







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Appearance
① HOPPER   Notes to be counted are placed in the Hopper. ② AUXILIARY HOPPER PLATES   Guide plates for leading the notes into the feeding mechanism. ③ HANDLE   Used for carrying the machine. ④ PAPER THICKNESS ADJUSTMENT SCREW Used to make the machine count notes smoothly regardless of paper thickness that may vary with denominations. (Gate adjustment of this machine has been made at the factory.) ⑤ STACKER   Counted notes are stacked in the Stacker. ⑥ POWER SWITCH   Main power on/off switch. ⑦ CONNECTING PORT FOR I/F CONNECTOR (option) Used to connect a Communication Line. (connected with an optional RS-232C,Customer Display.)

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Operation panel and display























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Operation panel and display
⑧ RESTART KEY   Used to start counting operation in the following cases. a. To resume counting after an error is cleared. b. To clear the displayed counted number. c. To start counting when the AUTO/MNL key is set to MNL. ⑨ TEN-KEY PAD   This is set of numerical keys (0-9); used to input optional batch sizes. ⑩ BATCH KEY   Everytime this key is pressed, one of the preset   batch amounts “10”, “20”, “25”, “50”, “100” and “(infinity)” will be displayed and selected by rotation on the Batch Number Display. ⑪ CLEAR KEY   Pressing this key clears the displayed Batch Size. ⑫ COUNTING NUMBER DISPLAY   The number of counted notes is displayed here.

⑬ BATCH NUMBER DISPLAY  The optioned number of notes to be batched is displayed here. ⑭ DOUBLE NOTE DETECTION LEVEL KEY  This key changes the threshold for double note detection according to the degree of stain/printing darkness of notes to be counted. ⑮ ADD KEY  By this key, the machine is set so that each counted number of notes in a bundle successively set in the Hopper can be added up. (add function) ⑯ DD KEY  By pressing this key, the size of the first counted note is memorized and in case a smaller or larger size note is detected, the machine will stop. ⑰ COUNTING SPEED CHANGE KEY  Counting speed is selected from the four rates.  (1800, 1500, 1000, 500 notes/min.) ⑱ AUTO/MANUAL KEY  Start of counting operation can be set either to Auto start or to Manual start. ・ CF KEY(except for GFB800/900) By pressing this key, the machine will stop in case a counterfeit note is detected. (CF stop function)

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HOW TO OPERATE MACHINE
Counting Bank Notes

1. Switch on the machine. *“0” will be displayed on the Counted Number Display and “100” will be displayed on the Batch Display. 2. Check the double note detection level and set it if necessary. * By pressing the Double Note Detection Level Key, set a proper threshold for double note detection according to the degree of stain/printing darkness of notes to be counted. * Every press of this key will change the position of the Levellamp. For notes which are stained or printed dark, set the Levellamp to the position “   ”. For notes which are new or printed light, set the lamp to the position “    ”. * When the lamp of the machine is set to the AUTO position, a proper threshold is set automatically. Note: When dirty notes are mixed, do not use the AUTO position as there is a possibility that the detection function does not work correctly. Please set notes at the center of the Hopper. If they are laterally shifted to the right or left greatly, there is a possibility that correct detection cannot be assured.

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Counting Bank Notes
3. Check the Addition Lamp and activate the ADD function. * To add counted numbers one after another, press the ADD Key to activate the ADD function making the addition Lamp lit.

4. Set the optional batch number. *  Set the batch number by pressing the BATCH Key. Every time this key is pressed, one of the preset values “10”, “20”, “25”, “50”, “100” or “(infinity)” will be displayed by rotation on the Batch Number Display. Counting operation will stop when the counting number reaches the set batch number. * In case a“infinity”is selected on the Batch Number Display, the machine will count up all notes placed in the Hopper without interruption. * Any optional batch number (1−999) other than the preset values can be set by pressing the Ten Keys Pad.

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Counting Bank Notes
5. Set the Counting speed. * Set the Counting speed by pressing the SPEED Key. Every time this key is pressed, one of the preset rates “500”, “1000”, “1500” or “1800” notes/min will be displayed by rotation on the Counting Number Display.

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Counting Bank Notes
6. Set a bundle of bank notes to be counted in the Hopper. * For the method to set notes, refer to Chapter 4 “Precautions for handling of machine/How to set bank notes” (page 22). * Set notes to be counted in the Hopper and the machine will start counting automatically. * If a batch number has been set, the machine will stop when the batch number is reached. After the batched notes are removed from the Stacker, the next counting operation will start automatically. ⇒ For reference ■How to change batch number for each batch counting The procedure stated left is for the case when the AUTO Lamp is lit. In case the AUTO lamp is not lit, press the RESTART KEY each time to start counting. This method is suitable when batch number is changed for each batch counting. ■What is the “ADD function” When counting operation for a bundle of notes placed in the Hopper is finished, the counting operation for the next bundle of notes will be started from “0” on the Counting Number Display. When counting operation is started in the ADD function, the counted numbers for succeeding bundles of notes will be added and displayed.

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Different Denomination Detection Function
⇒ Through this function the size of the first counted note is memorized and if a note whose size is different from the memorized value is detected, the machine will stop. (While the GFB800 series machines detect size difference widthwise, the GFB900 series detect size difference both widthwise and lengthwise.) Setting of DD detection function 1. Press the DD key to set to the “DD detection function” ☆DD Lamp will be lit. NOTE: Difference between note sizes of different denominations is detected by checking the width of each note to be counted. The machine is set up so that it can detect notes of different denomination when the size difference is 5mm or more. 2. When the machine stops after detecting a different denomination note, remove the detected note from the Stacker and press the RESTART KEY to resume counting. Clearing memory of a denomination ■In case the Addition Lamp is not lit ! Remove the notes from the Stacker. The memorized value will be cleared when the number on the Counting Number Display becomes “0”. ■In case the Addition Lamp is lit ! Remove the notes from the Hopper and Stacker, and press the RESTART KEY; memory will be cleared with the indication on the Counting Number Display at“0”.

  

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Different Denomination Detection Function
NOTE: ①Notes of other denominations are detected by difference in size between various denominations by checking the width of each note to be counted. The machine is set at the time of shipment from factory so that it can detect the size difference 5 mm or more. This limit of 5 mm can be reduced to 3 mm, if necessary, by contacting a Glory representative for this modification. ②One/two is subtracted from the counted number when “dd” / “dd2” is displayed on the Batch Number Display respectively. It is also possible to set a mode to subtract nothing from the displayed number. ③If this function is activated while the counting speed 1800 notes/min is selected, the counting speed will be automatically changed to 1500 notes/min.

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Counterfeit note detection function
⇒ This function makes the machine stop when it detects a suspicious note. Activating the CF (counterfeit note) detection function 1. Press the CF key to activate the counterfeit note detection function. Then “CF SET” is displayed on the display. Pressing the detection method selection key on the ten-key pad while “CF SET” is displayed makes the corresponding detection method effective and the corresponding LED light up. 2. When the machine stops through this function, remove the detected note from the Stacker and recount all the other notes in the Stacker. 3.Deactivating the function Pressing the detection method selection key on the ten-key pad again while “CF SET” is displayed makes the corresponding detection method ineffective and the corresponding LED go out. Pressing the CF key again while “CF SET” is displayed makes all the detection methods ineffective. NOTE Check the removed suspected note. If it is found to be a genuine note, return it to the stacker and press the REATART KEY to continue counting.

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Counterfeit note detection function
Notes: The following are applicable to all the counterfeit note detection function modes (AUTO, US and EU) in the subsequent pages. ①If the counterfeit note detection function at the speed 1500 notes/min or 500 notes/min is not satisfactory, count notes at the speed 1000 notes/min. ②If the counterfeit note detection function is activated while the counting speed 1800 notes/min is selected, the counting speed will be automatically changed to 1500 notes/min.

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Counterfeit note detection function (CF AUTO MODE)
⇒ This function automatically sets the detection method by investigating the characteristics of the first counted note. The subsequent notes from the second note will be checked by this detection method. When notes to be counted have different characteristics, it is not necessary to change the setting. (Applicable only to GFB-830, 832, 841,850, 932, 937, 941, 946, 955 and 956) Activating the CF AUTO detection mode 1. Press the CF key to activate the counterfeit note detection function. Then “CF SET” is displayed on the display. Pressing the AUTO key while “CF SET” is displayed activates the counterfeit note detection AUTO mode and the corresponding LED will blink. Once the first note is counted and its characteristics are known, the LED showing the detection method will light up. 2. When the machine stops after detecting a suspicious note, remove the detected note from the Stacker and recount all the other notes in the Stacker. 3. Deactivating the function Pressing the detection method selection key on the ten-key pad again while “CF SET” is displayed makes the corresponding detection method ineffective. Pressing the CF key again while “CF SET” is displayed makes all the detection methods ineffective. NOTE Check the removed suspected note. If it is found to be a genuine note, return it to the stacker and press the REATART KEY to continue counting.

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Counterfeit note detection function (CF US 100 MODE)
⇒ This function makes the machine stop when it detects a suspicious US $100 note. (Applicable only to GFB-830, 832, 836 and 850) Activating the CF US $100 detection mode 1. Press the CF key to activate the counterfeit note detection function. Then “CF SET” is displayed on the display. Pressing the “1” key on the ten-key pad while “CF SET” is displayed makes “US SET” appear on the counted number display and the CF LED automatically light up. (A dot will appear at the lower left corner on the batch number display.) 2. When the machine stops after detecting a suspicious note, remove the detected note from the Stacker and recount all the other notes in the Stacker. 3. Deactivating the mode Pressing the “1” key on the ten-key pad again while “CF SET” is displayed makes the mode ineffective. Pressing the CF key again while “CF SET” is displayed makes all the detection methods ineffective.

NOTE If this mode is used for counting notes other than the US $100 notes, erroneous detection may occur. Please use this mode only for the US $100 notes.

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Counterfeit note detection function (CF US 100 MODE)
⇒ This function makes the machine stop when it detects a suspicious US $100 note. (Applicable only to GFB-830A) 1. Activating the CF US $100 detection mode Press the CF+ key to activate the counterfeit note detection function. Then “US SET” is displayed on the display and the CF LED automatically light up. (A dot will appear at the lower left corner on the batch number display.)

2. When the machine stops after detecting a suspicious note, remove the detected note from the Stacker and recount all the other notes in the Stacker.

3. Deactivating the mode Pressing the “CF+” key again makes the mode ineffective.

NOTE If this mode is used for counting notes other than the US $100 notes, erroneous detection may occur. Please use this mode only for the US $100 notes.

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Counterfeit note detection function (CF US MODE)
⇒ This function makes the machine stop when it detects a suspicious US dollar note. (Applicable only to GFB-932, 937, 955 and 956) Activating the CF US notes detection mode 1. Press the CF key to activate the counterfeit note detection function. Then “CF SET” is displayed on the display. Pressing the “1” key on the ten-key pad while “CF SET” is displayed makes “US SET” appear on the counted number display and the CF LED automatically light up. (A dot will appear at the lower left corner on the batch number display.) 2. When the machine stops after detecting a suspicious note, remove the detected note from the Stacker and recount all the other notes in the Stacker.

3. Deactivating the mode Pressing the “1” key on the ten-key pad again while “CF SET” is displayed makes the mode ineffective. Pressing the CF key again while “CF SET” is displayed makes all the detection methods ineffective. NOTE If this mode is used for counting notes other than the US dollar notes, erroneous detection may occur. Please use this mode only for the US dollar notes.

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Counterfeit note detection function (CF EU MODE)
⇒ This function makes the machine stop when it detects a suspicious Euro note. (Applicable only to GFB-832, 836, 841,932, 937, 941, 946, 955 and 956) Activating the CF Euro notes detection mode 1.  Press the CF key to activate the counterfeit note detection function. Then “CF SET” is displayed on the display. Pressing the “2” key on the ten-key pad while “CF SET” is displayed makes “EU SET” appear on the counted number display and the CF LED automatically light up. (A dot will appear at the lower left corner on the batch number display.) 2.  When the machine stops after detecting a suspicious note, remove the detected note from the Stacker and recount all the other notes in the Stacker. 3. Deactivating the mode Pressing the “2” key on the ten-key pad again while “CF SET” is displayed makes the mode ineffective. Pressing the CF key again while “CF SET” is displayed makes all the detection methods ineffective.

NOTE ・If this mode is used for counting notes other than the Euro notes, erroneous detection may occur. Please use this mode only for the Euro notes. ・If this mode is used by 500 notes/min, erroneous detection may occur. Please use this mode only by 1000 or 1500 notes/min.

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TROUBLE SHOOTING

⇒ When an error occurs, its corresponding error code is displayed on the Batch Number Display. Find the cause of error by the displayed error code and remove the cause according to the following procedure. Error code Type of error Cause of error Procedure for removing the cause of error 1. Remove notes from in the Hopper and/or Stacker. Jam (EJ) A note is jammed in the machine. 2. Open the upper part of the Hopper and remove the jammed note(s). 3. Set all the removed notes into the Hopper again. 4. Restart counting operation by pressing the    RESTART key.

CAUTION: Before the Hopper is opened, be sure to switch off the machine

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Error code (Ed) (EH) (EC) (Eo)

Type of error Double note detection Half note detection Chained note detection Batch over stop Incorrect setting of notes

Cause of error Abnormal note is mixed in the bundle of notes to be counted.

Procedure for removing the cause of error Check all the notes on the Hopper, then set them again. Press the RESTART key to start counting operation.

(Hp)

Sensor cleaning Note is in the Stacker Sensor cleaning

(St)

Improper setting of notes Set the bundle of notes correctly. in Hopper, or no notes are set in Hopper Auto start sensor is dirty. Switch off the machine and refer to the displayed error code, then clean the parts indicated by the error code, as shown in the photo on page 23 with the brush. Remove the note(s) left in the Stacker. Note(s) is remains in the Stacker. Sensor(s) is dirty. Switch off the machine and refer to the displayed error code, then clean the parts indicated by the error code, as shown in the photo on page 23 with the brush. Switch off the machine once, then switch on it again.

(CL1∼CL5)

Abnor (Er1∼Er8) mality

Abnormality occurs in the unit.

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Error code

Type of error DD note(s) detection

Cause of error Different size notes are mixed. Abnormal notes are mixed.

Procedure for removing the cause of error Check the last note in the Stacker. Check all notes in the Stacker, and then set them again. Check the last two notes in the Stacker. Check all notes in the Stacker, and then set them again. Check all notes in the Stacker, and then set them again.

(dd)

(dd2)

DD note(s) detection

Different size notes are mixed. Abnormal notes are mixed.

(En1∼En2)

Detection impossible

Abnormal notes are mixed.

⇒ CAUTION In case that many “dd errors” or “dd2 errors” happens, remove all notes from the Hopper and Stacker, and make sure the condition of notes (holes, tear, folds, etc.) then align and set notes again. Refer to the Chapter 4“Precautions for Handling of Machine”

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Error code

Type of error Suspicious note(s) detection

Cause of error Suspicious note is detected. Abnormal notes are Mixed.

Procedure for removing the cause of error Check the last note in the Stacker.

(CF)

Check the last two notes in the Stacker.

(CF2) External Lights Error

(EF1∼EF2)

External Lights are too bright.

Use the machine in a less bright environment to avoid direct sunlight.

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PRECAUTIONS FOR HANDLING OF MACHINE
How to Set Bank Notes
Piece of paper Precautions related to proper setting of bank notes to be counted Clip

→Damp and/or badly stained notes should be avoided. →Check that no foreign matter (piece of paper, paper clip, dust, etc.) is mixed in with bundle of notes. →Folded or curled notes should be straightened before they are set on the Hopper. →For brick notes (bundle of new notes which are stucked to each other by ink), bend and flex the stack before it is set on the Hopper. ⇒ How to align the notes to be counted. →Align the long and short edges of the notes by lightly tapping the stack; insufficient alignment may cause an operation error.

Rubber hand Damp and/or stained note Stack of notes mixed with clip or piece of paper or rubber hand

Curled note

Folded note



×

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DAILY CLEANING OF THE MACHINE

⇒ Sensors are used for the counting system of this machine. As these sensors are of optical construction, the system may cause miscounting should dust, dirt, etc. stick to the sensors. Clean the sensors shown on the photo below with an brush when counting operation is finished. ⇒ Piece of paper, dust and/or trash etc. accumulated in the Hopper and/or stacker may be taken into the machine; this may cause a malfunction of the machine. Clean the Hopper and Stacker in the same way as above. Auto start sensor IR sensor (GFB900 Series only)

Counting sensor   CAUTION   ☆Clean the machine after turning off the power switch.   ☆Do not use chemicals for cleaning the machine.

Repeat sensor

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SPECIFICATIONS
● Dimensions ● Weight ● Size of countable note 275mm(W)×235mm(H)×230mm(D) Approx. 5.5kg Widthwise :50mm∼85mm Lengthwise:110mm∼185mm Thickness: 0.06mm∼0.12mm 1800, 1500, 1000, 500 notes/min. (Four step system) Roller friction system 300 sheets 200 sheets Four digits LED (large type) Three digits LED (small type) AC100∼240V 50/60Hz

● Counting speed ● Feed system ● Hopper capacity ● Stacker capacity ● Counting number display ● Batch number display ● Power source ● Power consumption ● Buzzer (Except GFB-800 810 820)

1.2A(100∼127V), 0.6A(220∼240V) Give an alarm when different denomination and counterfeit note is detected

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ACCESSORIES
● Power cord………………………1 pc. ● Operating instructions …………1 pc.

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