Congratulations on your new Santo Tirso stand! Set up involves mounting to your existing Bitcoin Machine, updating your machine version, and configuring your server. Let's get started.
There are two keys for the exterior door lock (red), two for the interior vault (blue), and two for the cash cartridges. There is also a small card with a hologram that provides a code for the locks used. Please make sure you have located both sets of keys and the key card, and store them is a safe place. If you misplace your keys and key card you will not be able to access the inner machine and vault.
Mounting the Bitcoin machine and moving the Santo Tirso is a team lift effort. Please enlist assistance.
The PDF linked below illustrates the process of prepping the stand after shipment and anchoring into the floor. If not bolting/anchoring into the floor, follow only steps 01 and 02.
Depending on which Bitcoin Machine version you have, there will be differences in how the Santo Tirso's data cable enters the Bitcoin Machine. Your Santo Tirso was also configured to use USB or RS232 based on your existing machine.
Follow the instructions below for your machine version, then, once the data and Ethernet cables have been connected to the machine, mount the Bitcoin Machine to the Santo Tirso with the five M12 bolts which originally came with the machine. The mounting plate will not be needed. Access the Bitcoin Machine's mounting holes using the directions here:
The Douro features either an open port on the bottom to thread through the Santo Tirso's RS232 cable, or a female-to-female coupler (identical to the Ethernet port, though without an interior cable already connected).
In the case of the open port, thread through the flat, white cable (RS232) and connect the cable to the Aaeon tablet.
If your Douro was shipped after January 2017 (and thus has a blue USB 3.0 port next to the tablet's power button), use the port labeld COM2 on the bottom of the tablet:
If your Douro is from before 2017, use the second-to-left port on the bottom of the tablet, pictured below:
In the case of the coupler, connect the Santo Tirso to the bottom exterior port of the Douro, then use the included male-to-male cable to connect the interior port and the Aaeon port shown above.
Connect the second cable (Ethernet) to the coupler on the bottom of the machine, towards the back. This is the coupler which on the interior connects to another Ethernet cable, running behind the vault and into the Aaeon tablet. The Santo Tirso can now be connected directly to an Ethernet connection at the bottom rear of the stand.
When using the Trofa, remove the coupler from the bottom of the machine using a small Philips screwdriver. It will not be needed when used with the Santo Tirso:
Thread the Santo Tirso's USB cable and Ethernet cable through the now-open hole and connect the USB cable to the port on the hub seen here:
If using an Ethernet-to-USB adapter in conjunction with the Santo Tirso, you'll need to use a second, non-powered USB hub to expand the available ports. Connect it to the port to the right of the Santo Tirso-labeled port. Connect the existing black USB cable (camera) and Ethernet-to-USB adapter to this second hub.
Loading cash & cartridge length
Both cash cartridges should be configured to the bill length of the denominations used.
With the cartridge opened, you'll find four Philips-head screws at the bottom which fixes the spacer in place. Loosen this and adjust to the denomination's length. Click on the chart below to see the exact positions for certain currencies.
Continue on to our article 'Santo Tirso software setup' for the next steps in configuring.