The VT Vendor is a two zone/two temperature vendor. This provides for two temperature zones (top and bottom) in a single vendor. The zones are separated by a moveable air deflector and insulating barrier. The vendor has an air duct that runs up and down on the back inner wall of the cabinet. For example: In a 5 tray configured vendor the air deflector and insulating barrier can be moved to provide a refrigerated zone for the bottom two trays while providing a chilled top zone for the top three trays. Positioning of the air deflector and insulating barrier is adjustable in a range of 2 trays in the bottom zone/ 4 trays in the top zone, 3 & 3, or 4 & 2 ... dependent upon product height and tray spacing.
The vendor will maintain 36°F (2°C) in the bottom zone while the top zone will be as high as 66°F (19°C) depending upon ambient conditions. The top compartment can be optionally equipped with a heater & blower system along with a separate temperature sensor & relay to maintain a constant and/or higher temperature across varying ambient temperatures. Both vendors will operate within an ambient temperature range of 40°F-90°F (4°C-32°C). The temperature setting for both compartments are set within the control system (see programming manual). The bottom or single zone has a temperature sensor.
The modular insulated refrigeration system draws air across the refrigeration system’s evaporator coils up the back air duct and circulates down through the trays. There are openings in the bottom trays to allow air to circulate around the products.
All programming (pricing, vend functions and features) are also done within the control system. Changes can be made without any additional accessories or remote parts. Selections can be priced individually from $00.00 to $655.35 in five cent increments (US currency). Cash accountability records, total cash transactions, total vend cycles performed by the vendor, information for individual selections, complete rows or total vendor can be compiled and used for inventory and ordering records. Electrical malfunctions are recorded and displayed when the vendor is placed in the Service Mode. Non-functional motors or selections are indicated. Each selection has an individual motor. Functional selections will continue to operate if other motors become nonfunctional