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Table of Contents

  • Table of Contents

  • Safety Information
    • Intended Use

  • FCC Information
  • System Description
    • Introduction

    • System Configurations

      • Single-Lane Standard Communication System

      • Single-Lane Duplex Communication System

      • Dual-Lane Standard Communication System

      • Dual-Lane Duplex Communication System

      • Cross-Lane Communication System

    • System Components

      • Base Station

      • Headset

      • Programming Station

      • Battery Charger

  • Controls and Indicator
    • Base Station

    • Headset

    • Battery Chargers

  • Headset Preparation
    • Adjusting Headband Size

    • Positioning the Ear Pad and Microphone

  • Operation
    • System Startup

      • Turning on the Base Station

      • Turning on the Headset

    • Operating Modes

      • Standby Mode

      • Talk/Listen Mode

        • Single-Lane Standard or Duplex Communication Systems

        • Dual-Lane Standard or Duplex Communication Systems

        • Cross-Lane Communication Systems

        • Talk Lock Mode ("Hands Free")

      • Page Mode

      • Page Monitor Mode

    • Special Considerations

  • Maintenance
    • Headset

      • Replacing the Battery

      • Replacing the Ear and Headband Pads

    • Battery Charger

      • Location

      • Cleaning the Contacts

    • Batteries

      • Care, Handling and Storage

      • Low Battery Tone

      • Charging Batteries

      • Disposing of Batteries

      • Making Sure Batteries Are Ready for Use

      • Important Information about C1060 Rechargeable Batteries

  • Special Instructions for System Manager
    • Programming the Headset for Cross-Lane Operation

      • Reprogramming

    • Enabling/Disabling the Talk Lock Feature

    • Changing Channels if Interference Is Encountered

    • Changing the Day/Night Switch Setting

    • Adjusting the Monitor Speaker Volume

  • Troubleshooting
    • Introduction

    • System Troubleshooting

    • Battery and Battery Charger Troubleshooting

    • Service

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Summary of Contents for 3M C1060

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

    Model C1060 Table of Contents Safety Information .......................... iii Intended Use .............................iii FCC Information..........................iv System Description .......................... 1 Introduction...............................1 System Configurations..........................1 Single–Lane Standard Communication System .................1 Single–Lane Duplex Communication System..................1 Dual–Lane Standard Communication System..................1 Dual–Lane Duplex Communication System ..................1 Cross–Lane Communication System ....................1...
  • Page 4 Charging Batteries..........................15 Disposing of Batteries ........................16 Making Sure Batteries are Ready for Use..................16 Important Information about C1060 Rechargeable Batteries ............16 Special Instructions for System Manager ..................17 Programming the Headset for Cross–Lane Operation................17 Reprogramming ..........................17 Enabling/Disabling the Talk Lock Feature....................
  • Page 5: Safety Information

    Read, understand, and follow all safety information contained in these instructions prior to installation & operation of the 3M Headset Intercom System, Model C1060. Failure to follow all instructions listed could result in electrical shock, fire and/or other personal injury. Retain these instructions for future reference.
  • Page 6: Fcc Information

    For communications equipment sales and service, contact your local 3M authorized intercom dealer. If special service assistance is needed, or for information on how to properly dispose of your non–functional C1060 rechargeable batteries, please call (800) 328-0033. For more information, visit the 3M Foodservice Web site: http://www.3m.com/foodservice...
  • Page 7: System Description

    Model C1060 System Description Introduction The 3M Model C1060 Headset Intercom System is a wireless intercom system designed for high reliability, compactness, and ease of service. The system can be programmed to operate on any one of 16 different channels to provide high–quality audio performance and reduce the possibility of...
  • Page 8: System Components

    System Description Model C1060 Systems The number of system components and the procedures necessary to operate them vary depending on the system configuration. However, four components Components are common to all system configurations. The base station is the interface between the customer at the menu sign and the Base Station headset worn by the operator.
  • Page 9: Programming Station

    The programming station is used to program C960 and C1060 headsets to the same channel as the base station. Infrared light is used to transfer program data to the C1060 headset and a separate jack is provided for the C960 headset programming cable. See Figure 3.
  • Page 10: Controls And Indicator

    This indicator lights when the ON/OFF switch is in the ON position. 2 POWER Indicator Note If for some reason the C1060 headset system does not operate and the system includes an optional wired backup system, turn off the C1060 Base Station to enable the backup system. 3 VOLUME With the switch in the DAY position, the volume of the menu sign speaker is increased for daytime operation.
  • Page 11: Headset

    Model C1060 Controls and Indicators Headset The headset controls are shown below. Figure 6. Headset Controls 1 ON / OFF Switch Press the switch once to turn on the headset, and press it again (when the headset is on) to turn off the headset Press the volume up control to increase the volume in the headset earpiece.
  • Page 12 Controls and Indicators Model C1060 5 T2 (Talk Lane 2) For dual–lane systems, press and hold the T2 (Talk Lane 2) switch to talk to the customer at the menu sign in lane 2. Release the switch to listen. Switch For single–lane systems, T2 can also be used to talk to lane 1.
  • Page 13: Battery Chargers

    Model C1060 Controls and Indicators Battery Chargers The 3–slot and 6–slot battery charger controls are shown below. Figure 7. Battery Chargers The charging slots hold batteries during the recharging cycle. 1 Charging Slots 2 Charging Status The charging status indicators light RED or GREEN to indicate charging status: Indicators RED indicates the battery is being charged.
  • Page 14: Headset Preparation

    Headset Preparation Model C1060 Headset Preparation Rotate ear cup and ear pad so that the indicator on the ear cup is aligned to the 1. Rotate Ear Cup back of your head. This sets the angle of the ear pad for a comfortable fit.
  • Page 15: Operation

    Model C1060 Operation System startup includes turning on the base station and each headset that will be System Startup used. To turn on the base station: Turning On the Base Station 1. Slide the power ON/OFF switch to the ON position. Check to see that the POWER indicator lights.
  • Page 16: Talk Lock Mode ("Hands Free")

    Operation Model C1060 Communication During Off–Peak Hours During off–peak hours, the cross–lane module is turned on to enable a single operator to communicate with customers in either lane (1 or 2). 1. An alert tone sounds in the headset when the system detects a customer (vehicle) at the menu sign: •...
  • Page 17: Page Mode

    Model C1060 Operation Use this mode to talk to other operators who are wearing headsets without being Page Mode heard by the customer at the menu sign. This mode is available with all system configurations. To page another operator, press and hold the page switch. Release the page switch to listen.
  • Page 18: Special Considerations

    Operation Model C1060 LED Indicator Turns green?? . . . then press ON / OFF Switch Press and hold PAGE switch . . . Figure 11. Page Switch and On / OFF Switch To respond to a page, press P (page switch).
  • Page 19: Maintenance

    When installing a battery, make sure it is fully charged. It is important to remember that an unused C1060 battery loses five percent of its charge per week. If a battery has not been used for several weeks, make sure to charge prior to use.
  • Page 20: Replacing The Ear And Headband Pads

    Maintenance Model C1060 Replacing the Ear To replace the ear pad, remove the worn/damaged ear pad from the ear cup and and Headband Pads replace it with a new pad. See Figure 13. Figure 13. To replace the headband pad, remove the worn/damaged pad by peeling it from the back of the battery housing.
  • Page 21: Battery Charger

    Model C1060 Maintenance Battery Charger Location The battery charger should be placed on a flat surface such as a desktop or table in a clean, dry environment. Cleaning the Contacts If the indicators fail to light during charger operation, clean the contacts using a water–moistened cotton swab.
  • Page 22: Disposing Of Batteries

    Batteries perform best at moderate temperatures. Extremes of heat and cold reduce their performance. • An unused C1060 battery loses five percent of its charge per week. Batteries that have not been used for several weeks should be recharged before use.
  • Page 23: Special Instructions For System Manager

    Model C1060 Special Instructions for System Manager Programming the The headsets are factory programmed for single–lane operation to enable the operator to press either T1 or T2 to communicate with lane 1. Headset for Cross- Lane Operation For cross–lane systems, the headsets must also be programmed to enable communication with either lane 1 or lane 2.
  • Page 24: Enabling/Disabling The Talk Lock Feature

    In cases where a cellular phone tower is nearby, certain combinations of cell frequencies may cause random interference. In some cases, changing channels may have no effect. Please call your local 3M Dealer, or 3M F.S.T. Communications Products Technical Service (800–328-0033) in these cases.
  • Page 25 Model C1060 Special Instructions for System Manager The C1060 system is capable of operating on any one of eight different channels. You can correct these types of interference by changing the base station operating channel. To do this: 1. With the base station turned on, press and release the Channel Select switch once.
  • Page 26 Special Instructions for System Manager Model C1060 Important Note: Align the missing pin in the programming station jack with the plugged position in the end of the programming cable. Figure 18. 3. Press the RESET switch to “read” the new channel selection into the microprocessor.
  • Page 27: Changing The Day/Night Switch Setting

    Model C1060 Special Instructions for System Manager Figure 19. 4. With the headset turned OFF, swing the microphone back, and insert the headset into the programming station with its programming window facing toward the programming cable jacks. See Figure 19.
  • Page 28: Adjusting The Monitor Speaker Volume

    Special Instructions for System Manager Model C1060 Day/Night Monitor Switch Volume Access Figure 20. Normally, the VOLUME DAY/NIGHT switch is always left in the DAY position. However, if local ordinances require quieter nighttime operation of the menu sign, move the VOLUME DAY/NIGHT switch to the NIGHT position.
  • Page 29: Troubleshooting

    2. Vehicle detector is “locked up.” 2. Remove power to vehicle detector for a few seconds to reset the detector. 3. The base station alert tone 3. Adjust alert tone volume. volume is set too low. © 3M 2006...
  • Page 30 2. Call for authorized service. 3. Poor location of Base Station 3. Relocate the Base Station, or (behind large metal objects, add an additional Base Station too far from work area, etc.). to extend the range of the system. © 3M 2006...
  • Page 31 2. Turn the backup intercom on or backup wired intercom. The intercom. plug in its power transformer. C1060 system works OK. 3. The volume controls are set too 3. Turn the volume controls up. low on the backup intercom. 4. Defective backup intercom or 4.
  • Page 32: Battery And Battery Charger Troubleshooting

    For communications equipment sales and service, contact your local 3M Service authorized intercom dealer. If special service assistance is needed, or for information on how to properly dispose of your non–functional C1060 rechargeable batteries, please call (800) 328-0033. For more information, visit the 3M Foodservice Web site: http://www.3m.com/foodservice...
  • Page 33 Commercial Care Division Food Services Trade Department Printed in U.S.A. 3M Center ©3M 2006 70-0710-3648-0 Rev. B St. Paul, MN 55144-1000...
3M C1060 OPERATING 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.

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.

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.

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.

Why is my wireless headset not pairing? ›

The four primary causes are distance, interference, obstructions, or battery charge.

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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