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1Instructional Presentation DEMA TITAN WAREWASHT-812 &T-813Instructional Presentation
2The Titan responds to detergent and rinse triggers in the range of The Titan ware wash system controls all chemical delivery functions for dish machines and similar warewash applications. The system has an advanced power supply that will accept 100V–250V 50/60Hz.The Titan responds to detergent and rinse triggers in the range of20V–500V 50/60Hz. The Titan has been designed for simpleinstallation, set up, and operation.The Titan has an Auto Switchover feature that allows automatic switchingfrom Concentration to Probeless in the case of a probe fault,(and back again if the fault clears). This feature allows continued operationor the dish machine while cutting down on unnecessary service calls.Conditions that can activate this feature are the following:Open probe – a probe wire is disconnected or there is lime buildup on the tips.Closed probe – a piece of flatware may be lying across the probe tips.Detergent not feeding properly – too much or too little detergent.
3Chapter Selection Click on the chapter you wish to view 1. Installation2. Initial Programming3. System Access4. Diagnostic Mode5. Accessories6. Parts BreakdownClick on the chapter you wish to view
7Remove screw and slide Mounting Plate off (downward direction) Removing Mounting PlateRemove screw and slide Mounting Plate off (downward direction)
8Prior to mounting Titan Location should be based on: Desired location of Titan and chemicalsElectrical Connection for TitanFlat vertical surface away from splashing and steam originating from machineTitan should must be placed so that it can be easily observed and serviced
10Follow instructions on Mounting Bracket Replace Titan onMounting PlateFollow instructions on Mounting Bracket
11Electrical Connection Connect power to the Titan per dish machines manufacture's recommendations. Constant power should be supplied to the Titan anytime the dish machine power is on. The Titan can also be plugged directly into a wall socket.Connect the Detergent Trigger to the machine.( If the Machine does not have a specific trigger connection, then the trigger should be wired to the coil of the Motor Contactor)Connect the Rinse Trigger to the Machine. (If the Machine does not have a specific rinse trigger connection, then the trigger should be wired to the Rinse Solenoid Valve)
12Tubing Connections Tubing connection from the Titan to the Machine. Tubing connection from the Titan to the Chemical.
13Attaching the Bulkhead Fitting for the chemical injection of a liquid detergent. InsideOutsideChemical injection fitting must be above the water level in the tankChemical Injection fitting should be directly above Conductive Probe
14Installing Conductive Probe InsideOutsideThe Probe should be installed 2/3 down from water level of the tankThe probe should be installed directly below chemical injection
15Click here to return to Main Menu Press Enter to continue to Initial Programming
16Enduser accessable menu Initial ProgrammingEnduser accessable menu
17Changing Languages Press to get to language screen Press to start edit screenPress or to change languagesPress to accept change
18Pump will run for 2 minutes if it is not stopped manually Detergent PrimePress to scroll to Detergent PrimePress to start primingPress again to stop primingPump will run for 2 minutes if it is not stopped manually
19Pump will run for 2 minutes if it is not stopped manually Rinse PrimePress to scroll to Rinse PrimePress to start primingPress again to stop primingPump will run for 2 minutes if it is not stopped manually
20Pump will run for 2 minutes if it is not stopped manually Sanitizer PrimePress to scroll to Sanitizer PrimePress to start primingPress again to stop primingPump will run for 2 minutes if it is not stopped manually
21Detergent Status Display Press to display StatusC - Concentration I – Initial Set Point in Concentration Mode Detergent SensorP – Probeless D – Dwell Alarm Point in Probeless mode Probe ReadingT – Recharge+ Titan is feeding detergent- Titan is not feeding detergent* Screen will stay active for 30 minutes until the up or down arrow is pressed or 30 minutes lapse
22Rack CountRack Count 00000This is a read only record
46C - Concentration I – Initial Set Point in Concentration Mode Detergent Sensor P – Probeless D – Dwell Alarm Point in Probeless mode Probe ReadingT – Recharge+ Concentration mode- not Concentration mode* - When a trigger is present
47Rinse Status Screen L – Liquid D - Dry D – Delay R – Rinsing L – Limit ReachedRinse AlarmSet PointRinse SensorReading
48Sanitizer Status Screen SensorReadingLiquid+ - running- - not runningSanitizer alarm set Point
49Displays total switchover count for OVER and Under feeding Displays total switchover counts forAn open probe or shorted probe
50Now the Titan is Setup and ready for use. Click here to return to Main MenuPress enter to veiw Accessories
51Accessories Magnetic Field Reader Inductive Warewash Probe (Click on one of the following)Magnetic Field ReaderThe DEMA Magnetic Field Reader eliminates the need to make wire connections to warewash and laundry machines. The DEMA Magnetic Reader detects the presence of the magnetic field surrounding an AC solenoid valve or Ac motor. This may then be used as a trigger signal to a DEMA warewash or laundry dispenser.Inductive Warewash ProbeThe DEMA Inductive Warewash Probe replaces the conductivity probe used to sense detergent concentration in the wash tank. The advanced technology of the DEMA Inductive Warewash Probe allows the wash tank conductivity to be sensed without any metal contacting the wash tank solution. As a result, the DEMA Inductive Warewash Probe is immune to contaminants, such as lime, which plate onto conductivity probes.
52DEMA Magnetic Field Reader Disconnect the power from the Titan and the warewash machine.Disconnect rinse or wash trigger cable ( ) from the Titan control board ( ).Route the Magnetic Field Reader cable as shown on next page in to the Titan enclosure.Plug the Magnetic Field Reader cable into rinse or wash trigger connector on the Titan control board ( ).With the door on the Titan fully open; secure the Magnetic Field Reader cable in the bottom plate of the Titan with strain relief ( ).Close the door on the Titan.Place the Magnetic Field Reader against the coil of the solenoid valve or motor housing to be used for sensing. The sensing element is on the bottom side of the Magnetic Field Reader below the point of the arrow that is on the top.Secure the Magnetic Field Reader in place with the Hook & Loop strap. The strap may be trimmed as required.Turn the power on the Titan.Turn on the power to the warewash machine.Energize the solenoid valve or motor to which the Magnetic Field Reader is attached.After one second a green LED on the Magnetic Field Reader should illuminate next to the cable. If it does not illuminate, reposition the sensor until it does.
53DEMA Magnetic Field Reader De-energize the solenoid valve or motor. The green LED should turn off after one second. If it stays on, reposition the sensor.When properly installed the green LED will turn on one second after the solenoid valve or motor which it is attached is activated. It will turn off one second after deactivation.
54Inductive Warewash Probe Disconnect the power from the Titan and the warewash machine.Drain the warewash machineDisconnect the probe wire from the Titan control board and remove the conductivity probe from the tank.Install the DEMA Inductive Warewash Probe in the wash tank, through the wall shown on next page. The hole through the center of the DEMA Inductive Warewash Probe must be vertical.Route the DEMA Inductive Warewash Probe cable, as shown on the next page, into the Titan enclosure. The connector and strain relief fit the ¾” hole in the bottom-center access panel of the Titan enclosure.Plug the DEMA Inductive Warewash Probe cable into the white eight pin connector on the Titan control board ( ). The connector is directly above the microcontroller chip.With the door on the Titan fully open; secure the DEMA Inductive Warewash Probe cable in the bottom plate of the Titan with strain relief ( or-3).Close the door on the Titan.Turn on the power to the TitanTurn on the power to the warewash machine.
55Inductive Warewash Probe NO.PART NUMBERDESCRIPTION1(Use either -2 or -3)Cable Strain Relief 5/8”Cable Strain Relief 3/4"2Inductive Probe Kit