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Technical Specifications

• Power Requirements - 220V / 30A
• Dimensions (WxDxH) – 5’x3’x79”
• 15 Square Feet
• Weight -1500 lbs.
• Double Barrel Soft Serve Machine - 2 core flavors with twist option
• Flavor Burst System – 4 additional flavors available at one time
• Customer can select from 7 flavors including a twist
   (2-core, 4-Flavor Burst, twist)
• Toppings - 6 Dispensers
• Servings before refill - 125 (12oz) cups
   (Small and Large served in the same cup)
• Servings per hour - 60
• UL, NSF,  and NAMA Certified
• Accepts Cash, Credit Cards, Apple Pay, and Google Wallet
• Self-contained kiosk.
• No direct drainage, plumbing or waterlines required.

Onsite Requirements

• 220V/30A electrical outlet required
• Access to a 3-compartment sink
• If no access to a 3-compartment sink, then access to water/drain
   (no direct waterline or drainage required)
• Consumable and Supply Storage 
   (Refrigerated/Frozen and Dry Storage)

Self-Cleaning Mechanism

• Proprietary design
• NSF Approved
• Sanitizes the dispensing spigots once every hour
• Ensures that our robots are sanitary, hygienic and operating safely
• Utilizes a Sterasheen Sanitizer

Proximity Sensors

• Designed to recognize when a potential customer approaches the robot or walks by.
• When triggered, the robot enters an Attract Mode, which is designed for maximum entertainment.
• Sensors can be disabled by operator

Temperature Sensors

• Ability to remotely monitor temperatures in all refrigerated areas of the robot.
• Operator alerted if temperatures fluctuate.
• System will go into a standby mode if temperatures fluctuate too far out
of a safe zone or if they remain elevated for too long.

Low Product and Cup Sensors

• Ability to remotely monitor your usage and product levels
• Robot will alert the operator when there are 40 cups left
• Robot will alert the operator when 25% liquid mix is left in each hopper
• Robots recognizes when there is a cup in the hand or the product delivery door

Power Outage Safeguards

• If a power outage occurs, the robot will send an alert to the operator
• The robot will time-stamp the time the power outage occurred and when the power returns to the robot.
• When the power returns to the robot, it will go into a standby mode and send an alert to the operator