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Section 1.0

Installation and Start-up Procedures

For

Gasoline / Diesel Dispensers

Please Note:

  1. Installation of this or any other gasoline /diesel dispensing device shall be in accordance with CSA Standard C22.2 No. 22-MI986
  2. "Electrical Equipment for Flammable and Combustible Fuel Dispensers",

    CSA Standard C22.1-1996 "Canadian Electrical Code", Part I

    and the requirements of the authorities having jurisdiction.

  3. Installation shall be installed as recommended by Deer Dispensing Inc. in this manual.
  4. Dispensers must be installed and securely anchored on a concrete foundation.

Adequate support must be provided for the dispenser and its components, independent of piping and/or conduit.

 

Section 1.1

Uncrating and Inspection

  1. Carefully remove shipping carton and inspect for damages promptly on receipt. Report any shipping damages immediately to transport company and make a damage claims. SHIPPING DAMAGE IS THE REPONSIBILITY OF THE PARTY WHO RECEIVES THE DISPENSER.
  2. Inspect the dispenser cabinet fasteners and securely tighten any which have loosened in transit.
  3. Inspect all fittings and securely tighten any which have loosened in transit.

 

NOTE: After the dispenser has been connected to supply lines all fittings must be inspected for leaks.

 

Section 1.2

Electrical Requirements

And

Wiring Connections

 

It is critical that the following electrical specifications be followed. Failure to do so may result in damage to sensitive electronic components and will void the product warranty. Refer to wiring diagrams provided with dispenser, information provided in this manual is for reference only.

THE FOLLOWING SECTION APPLIES ONLY TO

MODELS STERLING AND BRAVO S20 DISPENSERS ONLY.

IMPORTANT NOTES:

  1. All field wires must be at least the same gauge as those they are connected to in the dispenser junction box. The use of heavier gauge is acceptable. (Stranded wire ONLY).
  2. When placing dispensers on the islands, communication wiring is simplified if the dispenser junction boxes (located on SIDE A of the Dispenser) are all facing the same direction.
  3. All dispensers and suction units must have two separate conduits (minimum ") or two separate tech. cables. AC and DC wiring have to be kept independent of each other to prevent communication line interference. If a station is going to be a stand-alone site with NO future expansion to self serve, then one conduit may be used.

Section 1.2.1 Computer Power

(LEAD #I)

  • 120 VAC +/-10%

IMPORTANT NOTE: The AC supply to this circuit must be separate from all other AC circuits. This circuit should remain ON at all times, except for servicing. The separate circuit allows the dispenser to be shut off when the station is closed without removing power from the computer. If a separate circuit is not provided, electronic components may be damaged and the warranty may be voided.

Section 1.2.2 Pump / Solenoid RELAY Power

(LEAD #5 - GREY)

  • Input 120 VAC +/-10%, 1 Amp

IMPORTANT NOTE: POWER SUPPLIED TO LEAD #5 MUST BE THE SAME PHASE TO ALL

DISPENSERS. FAILURE TO DO THIS WILL RESULT IN SERIOUS DAMAGE TO DISPENSER COMPUTERS AND WILL VOID WARRANTY.

Section 1.2.3 Pump RELAY Output

IMPORTANT NOTE: These circuits are designed to be connected to pump starter relays, do not connect directly to any pump motor.

Pump #1 Lead #6 (Red)

  • This output should be wired to the pump motor relay for product number I
  • Output 120 VAC, 1 Amp

Pump #2 Lead #7 ( Red / White)

  • This output should be wired to the pump motor relay for product number 2
  • Output 120 VAC ,1 Amp

Pump #3 Lead #8 ( Red / Black)

  • This output should be wired to the pump motor relay for product number 3
  • Output 120 VAC ,1 Amp

Section 1.2.4 Neutral

(LEAD #2 - WHITE)

IMPORTANT NOTE: This lead must be connected to neutral.

 

Section 1.2.5 Ground

(LEAD #3 - GREEN)

IMPORTANT NOTE: This lead must be connected to a proper ground, failure to do so may result shock hazard, may damage electronic components and will void warranty.

Section 1.2.6 Lighting and Backlighting Power

(LEAD #4 - BROWN)

  • 120 VAC +/-10%
  • This circuit should be wired to a separate breaker to permit the lights and backlit display to be turned off independent of the dispenser.

1COMMUNICATION CIRCUITS

The following wiring is required to connect the dispenser to a PC with Bulloch Systems, TOPOS, Compass Software, or any PC base console software that will accept serial communication. An interface box, supplied by Deer Dispensing Inc. is required.

Section 1.2.7 Communication for side A

  • Receive / Transmit + A (Lead #9 Yellow / White)
  • Common (#10 Yellow / Black)

Section 1.2.8 Communication for side B

  • Receive / Transmit + B (Lead #11 Yellow / White)
  • Common (#10 Yellow / Black) - (-Only one common required for both sides)

 

Section 1.3

Pre Installation Procedure

 

Before dispenser is installed, ensure that all dirt and debris have been purged from the supply. Failure to do so may cause damage to hydraulic components and will void warranty.

Section 1.3.1 Foundation

Install dispenser on prepared foundation (see Section 1,Installation and Start-up notes).Dispenser must be secured to the concrete foundation with 4 - " lag bolts or equivalent.

Section 1.3.2 Piping Connection

Connect supply lines to 1 " inlets or 2" inlets for high speed dispensers. Refer to section 1.4.1 for orientation of products 1, 2, & 3.

Section 1.3.3 Conduit Connection

Connect rigid conduit or equivalent to dispenser junction box. TWO conduits or equivalent must be run from the kiosk, one for AC lines and the second for communication lines. The junction box has provision for 3 - I" threaded conduits. At the time of installation it is the installing contractor's responsibility to ensure that any unused openings are plugged in a manner which complies with the Canadian Electrical

code. All field connections must be on the terminal strip in the dispenser junction box. Install conduit seals or equivalent on all field installed conduit as per CSA Standard C22.1, "Canadian Electrical Code, Part I."

Section 1.3.4 Wiring

Connect wiring according to wiring diagram in Section 6 "Schematic Drawings".

IMPORTANT NOTE: Separate 120 VAC circuits must be provided for the head power, relay power, and light power. Failure to do this may result in damage to electronic components and may void

warranty.

Ground wire must be a minimum of #12 gauge and be connected to a good ground source.

 

 

Section 1.4

Start-up Procedure

 

Experience with electronic gasoline / diesel dispensing systems has shown that it is necessary to start the dispenser properly in order to insure that the unit will provide a reliable service life. The following verification sequence is recommended to insure that the dispenser is properly installed.

  1. All field wiring must be new, stranded wire of a gauge not less than the wire connected to in the dispenser junction- box.
  2. A proper ground is run in the conduit and is connected to the 'ground" terminal (#3) in the dispenser junction box and to ground in the circuit breaker box.
  3. All conduit connections are secure and tight. Dispenser junction box lid is secured and bolts are tight.
  4. All AC power to the dispensers is on terminal number 5 ( grey wire or Refer Section 6 ) is
  5. ON the same phase.

  6. Supply lines to the storage tank are properly installed
  7. (in accordance with CSA and local regulations).

  8. All threaded pipe connections are tight.
  9. All fuel lines have been cleaned and tested for leaks.

TABLE OF CONTENTS

SECTION 2

SECTION 3

STERLING HOMEPAGE

 

 
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