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ATRONIC OXYGEN Cabinet

Installation Manual

Rev. 1.1 April 2010

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ATRONIC OXYGEN Cabinet Installation Manual Rev. 1.1 Rel.: April 2010

Copyright Notice: 2010, ATRONIC. All rights reserved. No part of this publication may be copied or distributed, transmitted, transcribed, stored in a retrieval system, or translated into any human or computer language, in any form or by any means, electronic, mechanical, magnetic, manual, or otherwise, or disclosed to third parties without the express written permission obtained from a properly authorized official of ATRONIC. DISCLAIMER ATRONIC makes no representation or warranties, express or implied, with respect to this publication, or any product of ATRONIC, including but not limited to warranties of merchantability or fitness for any particular purpose. ATRONIC reserves the right to make changes, enhancements, revisions and alterations of any kind to this publication or the product(s) it covers without obligation to notify any person, institution or organization of such changes, enhancements, revisions and alterations. TRADEMARKS This document may contain trademarks of ATRONIC. All other brand and product names are trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective companies. OXYGEN - Installation Manual

Table of Contents
1.About this Manual. .................................................................................................... 4 1.1Scope................................................................................................................... 4 1.2Target Audience. .............................................................................................. 4 1.3Included Software Releases........................................................................ 4 1.4Related Publications...................................................................................... 5 2.Safety Instructions. ................................................................................................... 7 2.1Safety Instructions - Electrical.................................................................... 7 2.2Safety Instructions - Mechanical............................................................... 8 2.3Safety Instructions - Other........................................................................... 8 2.4Environmental.................................................................................................. 8 3.Technical Data.............................................................................................................. 9 3.1Specifications................................................................................................... 9 3.2Dimensions.....................................................................................................10 3.3Minimum Clearance.....................................................................................10 3.4Footprint / Drill Pattern...............................................................................11 3.5Ergonomics.....................................................................................................12 4.Machine Components............................................................................................13 4.1Cabinet Closed...............................................................................................13 4.2Main Door Opened. ......................................................................................14 4.3Belly Door Opened.......................................................................................15 4.4Logic Box..........................................................................................................16 5.Machine Installation...............................................................................................18 5.1Inspect the Machines..................................................................................19 5.2Machine Mounting.......................................................................................20 5.3Install Top Light or Topper.........................................................................21 5.4Replace Shipping Locks..............................................................................22 5.5Prepare Coin Acceptor (MC-62)...............................................................22 5.6Check Cables and Connectors. .................................................................22 5.7Check Game Cards. .......................................................................................22 5.8Install Operator Specific Components..................................................23 5.9Connect to Floor Network.........................................................................24 5.9.1CRYSTAL.net.................................................................................24 5.9.2CRYSTAL WEB...............................................................................24 5.9.3Non ATRONIC SMIBs.....................................................................24 5.9.4System Connectors Pinout........................................................25 6.Bringing into Service..............................................................................................26 6.1Initial Power-up.............................................................................................26 6.2Basic Setup......................................................................................................27 7.Technical Support. ...................................................................................................28

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1. About this Manual

1. About this Manual


1.1 Scope
The OXYGEN Installation Manual describes how to install an ATRONIC OXYGEN gaming machine featuring ATRONICs sensys EP electronic platform. It describes how to mount the machine to a base and relevant procedures to be carried out before the machine can be put into operation. Further it contains important safety instructions, technical data and cabinet drawings. Note: This document contains only procedural guideline for the OXYGEN cabinet. Each regulatory jurisdiction and gaming site have their own internal controls, policies and procedures that must be followed when accessing machines and setting configuration options. You are responsible for understanding and abiding by the rules that apply in your environment.

1.2 Target Audience


Technical Personnel We address qualified technical personnel, who are involved in installation, setup and configuration of ATRONIC gaming machines. With this user group we assume that they are basically familiar with gaming machines and casino related terminology. Please read this document and the contained safety instructions carefully before you start machine installation. Floor Personnel Further we address floor personnel that is allowed to open the machines main door for maintenance purposes. Please read the contained safety instructions before you open the main door.

1.3 Included Software Releases


The installation procedures described in this manual do not relate to a certain software version.

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1.4 Related Publications


More detailed information about the OXYGEN cabinet, the sensys EP electronic platform and the diversity multi-game software can be found in the following publications: Software Manual Manual diversity Software (D.3.x.x STD) Operating Manual Manual OXYGEN - Operating (D.3.x.x STD) Peripherals (coin- and bill acceptors, hopper, etc.) -> See folder Peripherals on the Service Manual CD. Spare Parts Manual OXYGEN - Parts Catalogue

Note: All mentioned manuals can be found on a CD-ROM titled ATRONIC Service CD Manual 2010 or www.atronic.com* If this manual did not came on this CD-ROM, please ask ATRONIC Technical Service for a free copy of the latest revision.
* to gain access an active Gamebook account is necessary.

Service Manual CD 2010


ENG v1.0

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2. Safety Instructions

2. Safety Instructions
Observe this safety instructions, to avoid personal injury or a possible damage to hardware, software, or data. As this machine has to be opened for maintenance, refill and emptying, operators have to make sure the involved personnel takes note of this safety instructions.

2.1 Safety Instructions - Electrical


Warning! Risk of Electric Shock Always switch off the machine and unplug the power cable before servicing high voltage components. Be sure to ground this machine to prevent a current leak. ATRONIC makes no warranty as to the accidents (including failures) caused by improper grounding. Do not expose the power cable to mechanical load such as contusion or tension. Damaged power cables can lead to fire or shortcuts. Use the specified fuses only. If the specified fuses easily blow out, please consult ATRONIC Technical Services. Always switch off the machine before removing or servicing electronic components and before connecting/disconnecting a connector. Check that all connectors are seated correctly. False connections can cause irreparable damage, not covered by warranty. Always take precautions against electrostatic discharges (ESD) when handling circuit boards. Wear a grounded wrist strap and avoid placing circuit boards on static generating surfaces as carpet or upholstered chairs.

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2. Safety Instructions

2.2 Safety Instructions - Mechanical


Warning! Tip Hazard! To avoid personal injury, the OXYGEN cabinet must be securely attached to the base, and the base must be securely attached to the floor or wall. See also section 5.2 Installation / Machine Mounting. Do not install the machine on unstable floor. The machine is heavy. Always use appropriate equipment for transportation and installation. Caution! Moving Parts Make sure to disable the hopper, when working on it.

2.3 Safety Instructions - Other


Only qualified personnel can assemble, install, maintain, inspect, and troubleshoot the machine. Use only original ATRONIC parts for replacement. Do not use chemical duster, thinner, benzine, alcohol, or synthetic detergent for cleaning the machine. They can damage the surface of the machine. Please refer to relevant ATRONIC service manuals for further instructions on setup, operation and maintenance.

2.4 Environmental
Adhere to the environmental specifications stated in section 3. Technical Data (next page). Do not install this machine outdoors, or in areas with large variation in temperature or excessive dust pollution. The machine may only be installed or operated in dry conditions. The machine must not be cleaned using a high pressure cleaner or a vapor jet and must not be installed or operated in areas where high pressure cleaners or vapor jets are used. If the machine was exposed to low temperatures, do not power on the machine until it has acclimatized to ambient temperature and no condensing is present. OXYGEN - Installation Manual

3. Technical Data

3. Technical Data
3.1 Specifications
Manufacturer: Model: ATRONIC Austria GmbH Seering 13 - 14 A-8141 Unterpremstaetten SEPOXG / OXYGEN

Dimensions in mm: 613 / 1520 / 590 (w/o topper) (max. w/h/d) Weight: Electrical Specification Required Voltage: 97 kg (coin-less) 104 kg (coin-on) 100V to 240V AC 50Hz / 60Hz

Use earthed power outlet rated min. 8A / 115V, 4A / 230V. Power Consumption Idle Mode: 1,9A / 115V, 0,8A / 230V Payout Mode: 2,4A / 115V, 1,2A / 230V Max. Power: 450 Watt (without internal power outlets) Power Supply Secondary Voltage: +24V / 5A; +12V / 17A; - 12V / 0,5A; +5V / 20A; +3.3V / 7A

Fuses (all glas fuses 5 x 20mm) Main Fuse: T5A / 250V Peripheral Board: F100 (+5 V0) = T 5A (secondary voltages) F102 (+12 VP_1) = T 5A F103 (+12 VP_2) = T 5A F104 (+12 VP_3) = T 5A F105 (+12 VP_4) = T 5A F107 (+24 V) = T 4A Environmental Specifications Operating Temperature: 0C - 45C (32F - 113F) Operating Humidity: 0% to 85% (non condensing)

F100 F102

F107 F104 F105 F103

Secondary voltage fuses on the Peripheral Board

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3.2 Dimensions

1520 (mm)

1390

510 560 613

348 492 590

3.3 Minimum Clearance


Each OXYGEN machine should have a minimum base width of 720 mm, to fully open the main door without touching the adjacent machine. This translates to a minimum space clearance of 210 mm between two OXYGEN machines (body side to body side). Leave a minimum space clearance of 245 mm to a wall (body side to wall). 720 245 210 720

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3. Technical Data

3.4Footprint / Drill Pattern

* This dimension depends on the base width

(105)*

330 223 67
REAR OF CABINET

* This dimension depends on the base width

(105)*

67,5

57

271,5 (mm)

296,5

CABLE DROP 64mm

228,5

12 mm (4x)

37

COIN DROP 80mm

DRILL PATTERN OXYGEN CABINET

67 297
ATRONIC STANDARD BASE (720mm)

302,5 510

(720)*

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3.5 Ergonomics
The OXYGEN cabinet is designed to provide a maximum of playing comfort. For an optimal seating and playing comfort, the difference between the base height and the seating height should be approximately 150 mm. Based on a 1,75 m tall player this results in the natural line of sight is directed towards the center of the main monitor the arms are positioned in parallel to the floor and supported by the arm rests the legs are in a comfortable 90 angle

Examples: Height of available base is 24 / 60 cm --> use chair height 75 cm Height of available base is 18 / 45 cm --> use chair height 60 cm Height of available chair is 65 cm --> use 18 / 45 cm bases

150 mm

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4. Machine Components

4. Machine Components
4.1 Cabinet Closed
Top Light

Topper

Top Box

Upper Loudspeakers

Air Outlet

Upper Monitor Main Monitor Player Tracking Area (here with Card Reader) Loudspeaker Ticket Outlet Coin In BET - Button BET + Button START / TAKE WIN Button AUTOPLAY Button MENU Button GAMBLE Button START / TAKE WIN Button

JACKPOT Key Switch AUDIT Key Switch Mechanical Meters

Main Door Lock(s) Main Door Release CASH OUT Button CALL ATTENDANT Button Name Plate Bill In Belly Door Release / Belly Door Lock

Coin Bowl

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4. Machine Components

4.2 Main Door Opened

Top Box

Top Box Release Logic Box Logic Box Lock Card Slot Cover Peripheral Board Mounting Bracket for additional Equipment Ticket Printer Main Door Switch

Main Door Lock(s) Main Door Release Bill Acceptor Bill Door Lock Bill Door

Power Outlets Power Switch Power Supply

Hopper Board Hopper Cable Drop Hole Coin Drop Hole

Sub Woofer

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4. Machine Components

4.3 Belly Door Opened

Coin In - LED Board Belly Door Switch Coin Acceptor Coin Channels Diverter Solenoid Pneumatic Spring Bill In - LED Board Belly Door Lock / Belly Door Release Bill Door Lock Bill Door

Coin In / Ticket Outlet

Bill In

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4. Machine Components

4.4 Logic Box

Figure shows logic box with the card slot cover removed

Fan (Air Outlet)

Peripheral Board Connectors

HDMI Video Out (Upper) HDMI Video Out (Main) Game Smart Card Game Compact Flash Card

Logic Box Cover Release Logic Box Switch

Audio Line In USB Ports LAN Port 1 LAN Port 2 (not used) VGA (not used) COM2 COM1 (GAT Port) HDMI Audio Out

Power Supply Connector

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5. Machine Installation

5. Machine Installation
This section should only be carried out by qualified service personnel. Review the list below and perform as needed. Explanations are located on the following pages and in additional manuals. Inspect machines for transport damage. Any transport damage should be noted and witnessed by the freight forwarder. The manufacturer accepts no responsibility for transport damage. Check machines for the correct hardware configuration. Prepare the stand by drilling the mounting holes, cable drop and coin drop (if necessary). Mount the machine to the base. Install top light or topper Replace shipping locks with casino specific locks. Prepare the coin acceptor and the hopper. Check that cables and connectors are seated correctly. Check that the game cards are seated correctly. Install operator specific components Connect to the floor network (if applicable) Apply power to the machine. Load paper into the printer (if available). Execute basic machine setup, if necessary (RAM Clear, Initial Setup and Jackpot Configuration). Configure game (Service Menu / Settings). Test bill and coin handling (Service Menu / Diagnostics). Note: Depending on machine configuration or jurisdictional requirements, additional tasks may have to be carried out before the machine can be put into operation (e.g. acceptance inspection, logic box sealing, etc.).

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5. Machine Installation

5.1 Inspect the Machines


(a) Unpack the machines and inspect them for transport damage. Any transport damage should be noted and witnessed by the freight forwarder. The manufacturer accepts no responsibility for transport damage. (b) Check the machines for the correct hardware configuration (bill acceptor, coin acceptor, hopper, and printer type)

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5. Machine Installation

5.2Machine Mounting
Warning! Tip Hazard! To avoid personal injury, the OXYGEN cabinet must be securely attached to the base using all four mounting bolts, and the base must be securely attached to the floor or wall.
271,5 (mm)

* This dimension depends on the base width

(105)*

330 223 67
REAR OF CABINET

* This dimension depends on the base width

(105)*

67,5

57

1. Obtain a suitable stand upon which to install the OXYGEN. The drill pattern and the recommended minimum clearance to the adjacent machines are provided in section 3.4 Technical Data / Footprint/Drill Pattern. 2. Drill four mounting holes and a cable hole in the top of the base. If the machine will be using a coin drop bucket inside the stand, then a coin drop hole must also be cut. 3. Place the machine on the base. Caution! The machine is heavy. Use a lift truck to transport and lift the machine. Never use the arm rest to lift the machine! If no lift truck is available, use the recessed grip at the lower side of the coin bowl to lift the machine. Do not use the arm rest to lift or carry the machine.

296,5

CABLE DROP 64mm

228,5

12 mm (4x)

37

COIN DROP 80mm

DRILL PATTERN OXYGEN CABINET

67 297
ATRONIC STANDARD BASE (720mm)

302,5 510

(720)*

Recessed Grips

4. Place the machine so that the holes on the bottom of the machine are aligned with the holes on the base. You have to remove the hopper (if installed) and the coin drop plastic frame to get access to the mounting holes. Warning! Hand or Head Injury! The main door can slam closed, when the machine is moved jerkily. 5. Insert all four mounting bolts through the bottom of the machine. Place a washer and nut on each of the four bolts inside the base and tighten them. Ensure that no wires are trapped when the bolts are tightened. Ensure that the machine is securely attached to the base, and that the base is securely attached to the floor or wall. 6. Install the hopper and the coin drop frame, if previously removed.

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5.3 Install Top Light or Topper


To install the top light or the topper 1. Open the main door and press the top box release upwards to open the top box door.

Top Box Release 2. Unfasten, unplug and remove the upper monitor. Note: When removing the monitor, make sure to lay it down with the front side facing upwards, to avoid scratches in the monitor surface.

3. (a) Mount the top light and connect the top light signal and the top light earthing cable. (b) Mount the topper and connect the topper signal and the topper earthing cable.

4. Re-install the upper monitor, fasten it with four srews and close the top box.

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5. Machine Installation

5.4 Replace Shipping Locks


If not ordered otherwise, ATRONIC machines are equipped with shipping locks for easy start-up. These locks have to be replaced by casino specific locks to provide appropriate security. (1) Jackpot Key Switch (2) Audit Key Switch (3) Logic Box Lock (4) Main Door Lock (5) Belly Door Lock (6) Bill Door Lock / Stacker Locks (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6)

5.5 Prepare Coin Acceptor (MC-62)


Slide holder for reference coin rightwards, remove (plastic) transport chip and replace it with appropriate reference coin. Check the reference coin for proper (parallel) seating.

-> See manuals Peripherals / Coin Acceptor for details.

5.6Check Cables and Connectors


Check that all connectors are seated correctly, prior to initial power up. Important: False or loose connections can cause irreparable damage, not covered by warranty.

5.7 Check Game Cards


Make sure that the Platform Smart Card (1), the Game Smart Card (2) and the Game CF Card (3) are seated correctly, prior to initial power up. The cards may loose connection during transportation.

(1)

(3) (2)

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5. Machine Installation

5.8 Install Operator Specific Components


Install the operator specific components such as SMIB (Slot Machine Interface Board), fiber optics board, etc., and player tracking components (if applicable). The OXYGEN cabinet provides a mounting bracket to install additional components (fig. A).

(fig. A): Mounting area for additional components Player tracking components are installed on customized player tracking brackets (fig. B). These brackets are usually supplied by your player tracking components manufacturer. Please refer to the relevant mounting instructions that came with the bracket and the player tracking components.

(fig. B): Player tracking bracket

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5. Machine Installation

5.9 Connect to Floor Network


5.9.1 CRYSTAL.net A OXYGEN machine configured for CRYSTAL.net communications will have a CRYSTAL Module (CMOD) installed. Connect the CMODs Ethernet port 1 to the CRYSTAL Base Socket (CBSO) which is usually installed in the machine base. See ATRONIC SYSTEMS / CRYSTAL.net Technical Manual for details.

5.9.2 CRYSTAL WEB A OXYGEN machine configured for CRYSTAL WEB communications will have a Machine Data Controller (MDC) and a Earth Print (EP) installed. Connect the Earth Print to the Base Socket (BSO) which is usually installed in the machine base. See ATRONIC SYSTEMS / CRYSTAL WEB Technical Manual for details.

5.9.3 Non ATRONIC SMIBs Operator specific Slot Machine Interface Boards (SMIB) have to be connected to the Peripheral Board. The Peripheral Board provides three RS232 serial ports to communicate with the SMIB. The three serial ports correspond to SAS channels 1, 2 and 3. The connector for SAS channel 1 (accounting channel) also incorporates the door contacts and is therefore split into two connectors. The connectors for SAS channels 2 and 3 provide serial communication only. See next page for a connectors pinout. SAS2 SAS3 Accounting (SAS1)

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5. Machine Installation 5.9.4 System Connectors Pinout The accounting system connection (SAS channel 1) is split into two connectors P220 and P221. Accounting System (Peripheral Board P220) 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14
1 14

Accounting System (Peripheral Board P221) 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12

12

+5V +12V COM 0 / RS232 RxD COM 0 / RS232 TxD Main Door - Normally Close Main Door - Common Main Door - Normally Open Bill Door - Normally Close Bill Door - Common Bill Door - Normally Open Logic Door - Normally Close Logic Door - Common Logic Door - Normally Open Ground

Belly Door - Normally Close Belly Door - Common Belly Door - Normally Open Drop Door - Normally Close Drop Door - Common Drop Door - Normally Open Bill Stacker - Normally Close Bill Stacker - Common Bill Stacker - Normally Open NC NC NC

Recommended Connector: Molex 22-01-3147, Crimp Terminal 08-52-0123 or Tyco 1-770602-4, Crimp Terminal 770666-1

Recommended Connector: Molex 22-01-3127, Crimp Terminal 08-52-0123 or Tyco 1-770602-2, Crimp Terminal 770666-1

The connections for SAS channels 2 and 3 come as a D-Sub 9 male connector (serial connector). SAS Channel 3 (Peripheral Board P210) 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 NC COM 4 / RS232 RxD COM 4 / RS232 TxD +5V Ground NC +12V NC NC
6 1

SAS Channel 2 (Peripheral Board P206) 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 NC COM 1 / RS232 RxD COM 1 / RS232 TxD +5V Ground NC +12V NC NC

6 1

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6. Bringing into Service

6. Bringing into Service


6.1 Initial Power-up
Caution: If the machine was exposed to low temperatures, do not power on the machine until it has acclimatized to ambient temperature and no condensation is present. 1. Make sure that the power cable has not been damaged during transport. 2. a) Route the power cable through the cable drop hole in the bottom plate of the machine into the machine base. b) If you want to use the cable access hole at the back of the cabinet, first remove the hopper to get access to the cable access cover. Then remove the fully closed cover and replace it by a cover with cable recesses.

3. Make sure that the power outlet is grounded, in good condition and not showing any signs of overheating or damage. Then connect the power cable to the power outlet. 4. With the main door open, turn the power switch to the ON position. The power up cycle will take some minutes, because the machine checks the installed hardware, the circuits boards firmware and security relevant circuits. 5. Check the voltage LEDs next to the corresponding fuses on the Peripheral Board. The LEDs should all be lit. Proceed with the Basic Setup, as required. (RAM Clear, Initial Setup and Service Menu settings) For information on configuring the machines settings, refer to the Software Manual for a particular software version (e.g. Software Manual - diversity - (D3.0.x)) for further details.

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6. Bringing into Service

6.2 Basic Setup


ATRONIC machines usually come configured as specified during order processing. However it might be necessary to reconfigure basic machine settings, such as denomination, metering, paytable, validation mode, etc. These settings can not be altered during normal operation, as they require a machine re-initialization for technical or jurisdictional reasons. 1. Carry out a RAM Clear If required, carry out a critical data storage formatting using the RAM Clear Smart Card. This will clear all machine data, statistics and settings, including progressive jackpot configuration and allows for reconfiguration. 2. Carry out the Initial Setup After a RAM Clear the machine automatically enters the Initial Setup menu. The Initial Setup allows to configure basic machine setting. 3. Adjust game settings in the Service Menu Enter the Service Menu to adjust operator selectable game settings, such as money limits, game volume To enter the Service Menu turn the Audit Key with the main door open.

Note: For information on configuring the machines settings, refer to the Software Manual for a particular software version (e.g. Software Manual - diversity - (D3.0.x)) for further details.

4. Test Money Handling Select Diagnostics from within the Service Menu and carry out the required tests. 5. Test Communication Close the main door to switch to operation mode and test the communication to the accounting system. Note: After money handling and communication tests you may want to carry out another RAM Clear to reset the machine statistics.

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7. Technical Support

7. Technical Support
ATRONIC offers and provides technical support 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. If technical assistance is required during normal business hours, please contact your local technical services representative at one of the numbers below. Technical Support Locations: ATRONIC Germany (International Headquarter) ATRONIC Peru (+49) 5741 24099 950 (+51) 161 832 00

If technical assistance is required outside of normal business hours, please contact the ATRONIC Technical Hotline number below. ATRONIC Technical Hotline: For technical assistance in Europe, South Africa, Asia, Central and South America outside of normal business hours:

(+49) 5741 24099 999

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