Controller Timer for car wash self-service

Who can develop a similar product that offers the same functions? 8) 8)

Self-service washing control unit The control unit (hereinafter BU) is intended for automatic control of all self-service washing processes, namely: Reception and display on the external display of the client’s deposited funds Turning on and off the elements of the washing hydraulic system (AED pump, valves, dispensers) to ensure the operation of the program specified by the client (water, foam, wax, etc.) Calculation of the operating time of the pump AED for the timely conduct of those. of service |500x126

Fig. 1 Front side of control unit Fig. 2 Reverse side of the control unit

car-wash: Who can develop a similar product that offers the same functions? 8) 8)

Self-service washing control unit The control unit (hereinafter BU) is intended for automatic control of all self-service washing processes, namely: Reception and display on the external display of the client’s deposited funds Turning on and off the elements of the washing hydraulic system (AED pump, valves, dispensers) to ensure the operation of the program specified by the client (water, foam, wax, etc.) Calculation of the operating time of the pump AED for the timely conduct of those. of service |500x126

Fig. 1 Front side of control unit Fig. 2 Reverse side of the control unit

On the front side the client’s money is displayed. If there are none, “0” is displayed.

When a free (service) washing mode is established, “999” is displayed.

On the back of the control unit there is a display with technical information, buttons for setting the control unit and connectors for the bill acceptor, relay unit, and buttons for selecting washing programs.

Connector Assignment

J2 - Power Relay Block

J3 - Illumination of program selection buttons

J4 - Program selection buttons

J5 - Bill acceptor and coin acceptor

J7 - External Display

J8 - Free Mode Key

J9 - External Power Supply DC12V

J10 - Jumper for extreme posts

J11 - RS485 network for data collection from the post

The technical display shows the washing statistics

Fig. 3 or setting screens

Fig. 3 Technical Display Home Screen - Statistics

The following information is displayed on the main screen:

1st line - The total amount of all funds deposited

2nd line - The amount of funds deposited since the start of the shift in the coin acceptor (left amount) and the bill acceptor (right amount). If the coin acceptor or bill acceptor is disabled, then only one amount will be displayed in the second line

3rd line - time and start date of the shift

4th line - Operating time of the AED pump in hours and minutes

5th line - price mode of the sink (regular or free)

6th line - current time and date On this screen, you can reset the shift (end the current shift and start a new one), for this, simultaneously press the SELECT button on the control unit and the STOP button, while the time and date of the change will change to the current time, and the shift counters will be reset.

ATTENTION: To change the contrast of the technical display, hold down the selection button and press the buttons (WATER to increase or FOAM to decrease the contrast)

To the right of the display are three buttons (left, select, right)

The button allows you to display the main screen or settings screens in a circle (scroll through the screens to the left), as well as reduce the selected parameter during settings.

The SELECT button allows you to select the desired setting parameter (for further editing, use the left or right button).

The button allows you to display the main screen or settings screens in a circle (scroll through the screens to the right), as well as increase the selected parameter during settings.

Pressing the buttons left or right successively allows you to display one of eight screens with settings.

Fig. 4 Setting the current time and date Fig. 5 Screen Resets

car-wash: On the front side the client’s money is displayed. If there are none, “0” is displayed.

When a free (service) washing mode is established, “999” is displayed.

On the back of the control unit there is a display with technical information, buttons for setting the control unit and connectors for the bill acceptor, relay unit, and buttons for selecting washing programs.

Connector Assignment

J2 - Power Relay Block

J3 - Illumination of program selection buttons

J4 - Program selection buttons

J5 - Bill acceptor and coin acceptor

J7 - External Display

J8 - Free Mode Key

J9 - External Power Supply DC12V

J10 - Jumper for extreme posts

J11 - RS485 network for data collection from the post

The technical display shows the washing statistics

Fig. 3 or setting screens

Fig. 3 Technical Display Home Screen - Statistics

The following information is displayed on the main screen:

1st line - The total amount of all funds deposited

2nd line - The amount of funds deposited since the start of the shift in the coin acceptor (left amount) and the bill acceptor (right amount). If the coin acceptor or bill acceptor is disabled, then only one amount will be displayed in the second line

3rd line - time and start date of the shift

4th line - Operating time of the AED pump in hours and minutes

5th line - price mode of the sink (regular or free)

6th line - current time and date On this screen, you can reset the shift (end the current shift and start a new one), for this, simultaneously press the SELECT button on the control unit and the STOP button, while the time and date of the change will change to the current time, and the shift counters will be reset.

ATTENTION: To change the contrast of the technical display, hold down the selection button and press the buttons (WATER to increase or FOAM to decrease the contrast)

To the right of the display are three buttons (left, select, right)

The button allows you to display the main screen or settings screens in a circle (scroll through the screens to the left), as well as reduce the selected parameter during settings.

The SELECT button allows you to select the desired setting parameter (for further editing, use the left or right button).

The button allows you to display the main screen or settings screens in a circle (scroll through the screens to the right), as well as increase the selected parameter during settings.

Pressing the buttons left or right successively allows you to display one of eight screens with settings.

Fig. 4 Setting the current time and date Fig. 5 Screen Resets

car-wash: On the front side the client’s money is displayed. If there are none, “0” is displayed.

When a free (service) washing mode is established, “999” is displayed.

On the back of the control unit there is a display with technical information, buttons for setting the control unit and connectors for the bill acceptor, relay unit, and buttons for selecting washing programs.

Connector Assignment

J2 - Power Relay Block

J3 - Illumination of program selection buttons

J4 - Program selection buttons

J5 - Bill acceptor and coin acceptor

J7 - External Display

J8 - Free Mode Key

J9 - External Power Supply DC12V

J10 - Jumper for extreme posts

J11 - RS485 network for data collection from the post

The technical display shows the washing statistics

Fig. 3 or setting screens

Fig. 3 Technical Display Home Screen - Statistics

The following information is displayed on the main screen:

1st line - The total amount of all funds deposited

2nd line - The amount of funds deposited since the start of the shift in the coin acceptor (left amount) and the bill acceptor (right amount). If the coin acceptor or bill acceptor is disabled, then only one amount will be displayed in the second line

3rd line - time and start date of the shift

4th line - Operating time of the AED pump in hours and minutes

5th line - price mode of the sink (regular or free)

6th line - current time and date On this screen, you can reset the shift (end the current shift and start a new one), for this, simultaneously press the SELECT button on the control unit and the STOP button, while the time and date of the change will change to the current time, and the shift counters will be reset.

ATTENTION: To change the contrast of the technical display, hold down the selection button and press the buttons (WATER to increase or FOAM to decrease the contrast)

To the right of the display are three buttons (left, select, right)

The button allows you to display the main screen or settings screens in a circle (scroll through the screens to the left), as well as reduce the selected parameter during settings.

The SELECT button allows you to select the desired setting parameter (for further editing, use the left or right button).

The button allows you to display the main screen or settings screens in a circle (scroll through the screens to the right), as well as increase the selected parameter during settings.

Pressing the buttons left or right successively allows you to display one of eight screens with settings.

Fig. 4 Setting the current time and date Fig. 5 Screen Resets

AED - here you can observe the operating time of the AED pump in hours, minutes and seconds, and, if necessary, reset the resource

Service - total operating time of the free mode in hours, minutes and seconds

Service out - time for automatic exit from service mode, 0-no exit

Entrance - to reset the entry, first use the selection button to select the input amount, then hold the RIGHT button and press the two STOP and WATER buttons together

Fig. 6 Screen Modes

Block mode - allows you to block the work of the post when you reach 30000r at the entrance after its activation. The activation and deactivation method is individual for each control unit.

Mode - you can change the price mode of the sink (paid or free). Free mode allows you to use the sink without money, while the external display shows "999". The free washing time is displayed on the Reset screen, Figure 5, and can be reset if desired.

PRICE - you can change the unit for measuring program prices:

rub / min - measurement in rubles per minute. In this mode, the price of programs can be adjusted from 1 to 255 rubles per minute. Those. if, for example, the price is 15, then 15 rubles will be written off per minute of the program.

sec / 10r - when choosing this item, the price is expressed in seconds of the washing program for 10 rubles, i.e. if, for example, the price is 15, then 10 rubles will be written off in 15 seconds of the program. The price setting for each program can vary from 0 to 255 units. The figure shows the number of seconds of the program for 10 rubles. To convert units to rubles / min. It is necessary to divide 600 into P1. For example, if P1 = 15 sec / 10rub, then this is 40 rubles / min. In the Coin and Bill lines, you can set the price of the impulse from the coin holder and the bill acceptor from 0 to 250 rubles per impulse. The “0” parameter turns off this money input device. If a token acceptor (comparator) is used instead of a coin acceptor, then the value of the token must be indicated in the Coin line (for example, 50 rubles) Fig. 7 Prices of programs Seven programs - the maximum number of Fig. 8 Pause Setting

You failed to discuss how you are going to supply all the components to the developer so they can begin to test their program.

Paul

TBH, I think your last project (the touch display enhancement for a car wash LCD display) was more doable than this. I’m guessing it was unsuccessful?

What is your intention with this new project? Have you bought a russian manufactured car wash?

Looks like you already have a controller powered by a Nano. Why not just clone that?