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  • Table of Contents

  • Typical Single Lane Installation

  • Figure 1. Typical Installation

  • Battery Charger

  • Speaker and Microphone Assemblies

    • Standard Systems

    • Duplex Systems

  • Base Station

  • Figure 3. Base Station Mounting Holes

  • Programming Station

  • Figure 4. Programming Station Mounting Holes

  • Connecting the Base Station Directly to Components

  • Figure 5. Direct Base Station-To-Component Connections

  • Connecting the Base Station to Components Using the Optional Interconnect Module

  • Figure 6. Base Station - Interconnect Module Connections

  • Figure 7. Connecting Components to the Interconnect Module

  • Connecting the Auxiliary Intercom (Optional)

  • Figure 8. D-15D (M478 DA) Connections

  • Figure 9. D-15B and D-15C (M478 BA and CA) Connections

  • Dual Lane System Installation

  • Figure 10. D-30 Connections

  • Cross Lane System Installation

    • Installation

      • Wiring the System

      • Programming the Headsets for Cross-Lane Operation

      • Figure 11. Cross-Lane Wiring Diagram

    • Operation

  • System Configurations and Function Jumper Settings

    • Standard Operation - Single Lane System (One Base Station)

    • Standard Operation - Dual Lane System (Two Base Stations)

    • Duplex Operation - Single Lane System (One Base Station)

    • Duplex Operation - Dual Lane System (Two Base Stations)

  • Figure 12. Removing the Half-Cover from the Base Station

  • Channel Selection

    • Figure 13. Base Station Circuit Board

    • Alert Tone Level

      • Monitor Speaker Volume Levels

    • Duplex and Standard Systems

    • Duplex Systems Only

    • Standard Systems Only

      • Listen Level (Menu Sign Microphone Sensitivity)

      • Menu Sign Talk Volume Level

  • Setting Audio Levels

  • Circuit Board Jumpers, Adjustment Controls, Indicators and Switches

    • Jumpers

    • Figure 14. Base Station Circuit Board

    • Adjustment Controls

    • Indicators

    • Switches (Etc.)

    • Connectors

  • Finishing up

  • Troubleshooting Audio Feedback

  • Technical Assistance

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Summary of Contents for 3M C1060

  • Page 1 Headset Intercom System Model C1060 Installation Instructions...
  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    Table of Contents Typical Single Lane Installation........................Battery Charger ............................... Speaker and Microphone Assemblies......................Standard Systems ............................Duplex Systems ............................Base Station ..............................Programming Station............................Connecting the Base Station Directly to Components ..................Connecting the Base Station to Components Using the Optional Interconnect Module......... Connecting the Auxiliary Intercom (Optional) ....................
  • Page 4 Table of Contents (continued) Circuit Board Jumpers, Adjustment Controls, Indicators and Switches ............Jumpers..............................Adjustment Controls..........................Indicators ..............................Switches (etc.) ............................Connectors ..............................Finishing Up..............................Troubleshooting Audio Feedback ........................Technical Assistance............................Illustrations Figure 1. Typical Installation ......................... Figure 2. Battery Chargers (3–Slot and 6–Slot Versions)................Figure 3.
  • Page 5: Typical Single Lane Installation

    The twisted–pair of wires for the microphone connection must be shielded for proper operation. In duplex systems, microphone and speaker cannot be in the same jacket unless specially designed for duplex such as 3M 78–8095–0180–8. • sufficient twisted–pair sets of audio cable to connect other components such as monitor speaker, vehicle...
  • Page 6: Battery Charger

    Battery Charger Install the battery charger and begin charging the batteries before you install any other components. Install the battery charger in a clean, dry environment. An office location is best. The battery charger may be placed on a flat surface such as a table, desk, etc., or it can be fastened to a wall using the optional wall–mount kit.
  • Page 7: Speaker And Microphone Assemblies

    Speaker and Microphone Assemblies Standard Systems For standard systems, install the Deluxe 5–Inch Speaker and Microphone Assembly, Part Number 78–6911– 1545–1. Refer to the installation instructions packaged with the assembly. Duplex Systems For duplex systems, install the 3.5–Inch Duplex Microphone (with foam housing), Part Number 78–6911–4476– 6 and the 5–Inch Metal Speaker Assembly, Part Number 78–6911–4411–3.
  • Page 8: Programming Station

    Programming Station 1. For proper system operation, locate the programming station module 18 inches or less from the base station. An 18 inch cable is provided to connect between the base station and the programming station. Important Allow enough room below the programming station to allow insertion of the headset while it is being programmed.
  • Page 9: Connecting The Base Station Directly To Components

    The twisted–pair of wires for the microphone connection must be shielded for proper operation. In duplex systems, microphone and speaker cannot be in the same jacket unless specially designed for duplex such as 3M 78–8095–0180–8. Figure 5. Direct Base Station–to–Component Connections...
  • Page 10: Connecting The Base Station To Components Using The Optional Interconnect Module

    Connecting the Base Station to Components Using the Optional Interconnect Module Connect the base station to the interconnect module as shown in Figure 6. Note that the connections are made to the “TO CONTROL MODULE” terminals on the interconnect module. Figure 6.
  • Page 11: Figure 7. Connecting Components To The Interconnect Module

    2 EA. 1500 OHM Resistors Supplied with Duplex Mic Figure 7. Connecting Components to the Interconnect Module...
  • Page 12: Connecting The Auxiliary Intercom (Optional)

    Figure 8 through Figure 10 (depending on the model of intercom used). The presence alert shown is wired to operate only when the Model C1060 is turned off. If a separate outside microphone is used, the auxiliary intercom must be configured for OUTSIDE MIC.
  • Page 13: Dual Lane System Installation

    Important If you use a D–30 as the auxiliary intercom, a separate monitor speaker must be provided for the Model C1060. (Both the Model C1060 and D–30 intercoms require separate monitor speakers.) Figure 10. D–30 Connections Dual Lane System Installation A dual lane system consists of two separate single lane systems that operate independently of each other.
  • Page 14: Cross Lane System Installation

    5. Select a channel for each of the base stations. (See page 15 for the channel selection procedure.) After you select the channel, press the RESET SWITCH on the base station circuit boards to “read” the selection into the microprocessor. 6.
  • Page 15: Installation

    Installation Notes: Both base stations must be set to the same channel number and different lane numbers. Base station models C921 and earlier must be mounted at least 25 feet apart. Base station models C922 may be mounted as close as 2 feet apart. Test the system prior to installation by placing the base stations in the desired locations.
  • Page 16: Operation

    • Recheck the Talk-Lock function by pressing the L button. The Talk LED on the base station should not light. 2. Program the Headsets for Cross-Lane Operation • With the headset OFF, press and hold T1 and T2 while pressing ON for 5 seconds. You will hear an acknowledging beep.
  • Page 17 Notes: 1. Both vehicle alert tones will be heard at all times with the Cross-Lane Module ON The order-taker may object to hearing the vehicle alert from the other lane while taking an order; if so, we suggest you decrease ALERT TONE LEVEL on each base station so it is audible in the headsets but not objectionable.
  • Page 18: System Configurations And Function Jumper Settings

    System Configurations and Function Jumper Settings Important Whenever a jumper setting is changed, the RESET SWITCH on the base station circuit board must be pressed to program the new jumper setting into the microprocessor. Also, each of the headsets in the system must be reprogrammed when a jumper setting is changed (see Channel Selection on page 13 for the headset programming procedure).
  • Page 19: Duplex Operation - Single Lane System (One Base Station)

    Jumper left 2 pins of jumper J9. If customer desires, jumper right 2 pins of jumper J9. SWT Threshold (High) Jumper CRFT 2 pins when using a C1060 headset in Talk Lock mode. SWT Threshold (NRML) Jumper right 2 pins for all configurations except those mentioned in “High.”...
  • Page 20: Channel Selection

    Channel Selection The Model C1060 Headset Intercom System can operate on any one of eight different channels.* Select a channel that neither receives or causes interference and then program the headsets to that channel using the following procedure: 1. Pull slightly outward on the lower right side of the base station half–cover and then lift and remove the cover as shown in Figure 12.
  • Page 21: Setting Audio Levels

    If interference is still present and the system is a single lane system, try changing the J3 lane designation jumper from lane 1 to lane 2. If this fails and none of the channels are interference free, contact your 3M representative. Setting Audio Levels To set the audio levels, refer to the related audio level procedure below and to the illustration of the base station circuit board (Figure 14).
  • Page 22: Duplex Systems Only

    Duplex Systems Only The following procedure sets system audio levels for duplex systems so that headset/belt pack volume controls have enough “range” to allow operators to adjust headset volume to their preference. *Note The microphone at the menu sign must be located within four feet of the vehicle for duplex operation.
  • Page 23: Monitor Speaker Volume Levels

    3. Adjust the HEADSET ALERT LEVEL control to provide a comfortable alert tone level in the headset (clockwise to increase; counterclockwise to decrease). Monitor Speaker Volume Levels The monitor speaker volume levels are the levels for the various functions heard through the optional monitor speaker.
  • Page 24: Menu Sign Talk Volume Level

    Menu Sign Talk Volume Level The menu sign talk volume level is the volume of the headset/belt pack audio heard at the menu sign. To set the menu sign talk volume level: 1. Move the DAY/NIGHT switch on the base station to the DAY position. 2.
  • Page 25: Circuit Board Jumpers, Adjustment Controls, Indicators And Switches

    Circuit Board Jumpers, Adjustment Controls, Indicators and Switches Figure 14. Base Station Circuit Board Jumpers J1 and J2 Set for the type of menu sign in the system. Jumper pins 1 and 2 on both jumpers for menu signs having a speaker only. Jumper pins 2 and 3 on both jumpers for menu signs having a speaker and a microphone.
  • Page 26: Adjustment Controls

    It should normally be set to NRML. Occasionally, the inbound audio volume will decrease when C1060 headsets are used in Talk Lock mode. Set jumper J10 to HIGH, in this case only. HIGH – Jumper the left two pins ONLY if a decrease in inbound volume is noticed while C1060 headsets are being used in Talk Lock mode.
  • Page 27: Switches (Etc.)

    Switches (etc.) Controls power to the base station. ON/OFF Switch Selects volume for day or night operation. DAY/NIGHT VOLUME Switch (Optional) Press to turn noise reduction module ON. Press to turn noise NRM ON/OFF reduction module OFF. CHANNEL SELECT Switch Selects base station operating channel.
  • Page 28: Finishing Up

    • Is speaker audio being reflected back to the microphone from nearby surfaces? Technical Assistance For technical assistance, call 1–800–328–0033 or write to 3M Food Service Business at the following address: 3M Commercial Care Division Food Service Business 3M Center...
  • Page 29 Commercial Care Division Printed in U.S.A. ©3M 2003 October Food Services Business 70-0710-3649-8 Rev. D 3M Center St. Paul, MN 55144-1000...
3M C1060 INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS MANUAL Pdf Download (2024)

FAQs

What is the password for 3m drive thru system? ›

The default Installer password is 12345 and the default User password is 1234.

How do you access the 3M basestation main menu? ›

Press and hold the MODE key on the keypad of the base station, enter the numbers 1, 2, 3, 4 and release the MODE button. If <User Mode ID, = 1> appears, press the MODE button three times to reach the system menu.

How do I put my wireless headset in pairing mode? ›

Enter Pairing Mode

You can now put your headphones or earphones in pairing mode. Press and hold the Bluetooth pairing button on the headset. If you're not sure which button that is, your manual will tell you. Sometimes it's a dedicated button, other times it's the power button.

What is the password for 3m headset? ›

Go into the Run mode menu • Enter your user passcode (The default user passcode is 1234) • Press Mode once to get to System Menu • The display will show the user name and ID number (e.g., User1 ID = 1) • Now press Mode 2 times to get to System Menu • Select 08 Headset Setup.

What are the requirements for 3m password? ›

Note: Passwords are case sensitive, for external users the password must contain a minimum of one character and one numeral, and must be between 8 and 20 characters long.

How do drive-thru headsets work? ›

Employees use a drive-thru headset system to take customer orders and coordinate with other workers wearing headsets. They can toggle between the customer and employee channels as needed, and the headset is designed to be lightweight and comfortable so each employee can wear it throughout their shift.

How do I set up basestation? ›

Base Stations should be aimed and angled toward the center of the play area. In the ideal setup, Base Stations should be above head height (at least 6.5 feet / 2 meters), angled down by 30-45 degrees, positioned no more than 16 feet / 5 meters apart, and place opposite one another in separate corners of the play area.

How to reset G5 headset? ›

With the Sound BlasterX G5 powered on through the micro-USB port, hold the Scout Mode button together with the Volume Control knob for 5 seconds until the moving lights are displayed on the Profile indicator before releasing the buttons. After reset, the profile is enabled and defaulted at Profile 1.

How do I get my headset to connect? ›

If your headset features a USB connector, plug it into an unused USB port on your computer. Your computer should recognize and configure the headset for use and may display a notification message in the lower-right corner of the screen when ready.

How do you pair your headset? ›

How to Connect Bluetooth Headphones to Android Phone
  1. First Open Settings. ...
  2. Next, tap Connections.
  3. Then tap Bluetooth. ...
  4. Then tap Scan at the top-right corner of your screen.
  5. Next, press and hold the power button on your headphones. ...
  6. Finally, find your headphones and tap them.
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How do I set my headphones to pair? ›

First, put the headphones in pairing mode. Usually, you do that by holding down the power button; the headphones often need to be turned off first. Many pairs trigger a blinking light after a few seconds to indicate the pairing mode is on, and sometimes there's also an audio cue.

How do I pair my 3M Pro Protect headphones? ›

Double-press the Bluetooth® button to enter pairing mode. You will hear “Bluetooth Pairing”. Make sure your Bluetooth® enabled device is scanning/searching for devices. Check your device to make sure it has discovered “3M Pro-Protect” or “3M Pro-Comms” as appropriate.

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