Installing ACE ShureShot Timers on your Linea Classic

Step 1 - Mount Timers

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Step 2 - Mount Driver Boards

Driver Boards should be mounted directly behind each group head on and inside a 'C-Shaped' channel on your Linea Classic.

Wiring

The wiring for a Linea AV is fairly straightforward.

  1. Firstly you need Neutral and Active supplied to terminals L1 and L2. These can be picked up from terminal blocks located behind each group head on a Linea. We have supplied short lengths of blue and red wires - correctly terminated for this purpose. Connect the red wire to the terminal with red wires closest to the front of the machine. Connect the blue wire to the terminal with the blue wires.
  2. Next you need a 'trigger' signal to trigger the ShureShot Timer. Disconnect the red wire from the Group Solenoid valve. Cut it to 150mm long from the terminal strip and connect it to our 3rd terminal.
  3. Now connect the supplied Grey, Purple, Brown or Orange wire from our 4th terminal to the group valve. We have supplied this wire with a 0.25" (6.35mm) Female Spade Connector for this purpose.
  4. Finally, disconnect the white wire from the back of the manual group switch, trim to 150mm from the terminal strip and connect to our 5th terminal.

Connecting to LM Linea Terminal Strip

Pump Relay Wiring

For Linea Classic AV units only, the pump signal from the Gicar controller should be isolated and then a relay needs to be added in order to bring on the pump during fill. This is to prevent the pump continuing to run after a shot has been terminated by the ShureShot Controller.