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Architect/Contractor Information Package

3M™ SelfCheck™ System C-Series C1 Model 877

This package provides architects and contractors with the information necessary for the successful installation of the SelfCheck System. This information includes specifications that must be followed to help ensure optimal performance.

Contents

Page Safety Information ... 2 Intended Use ...2 System Overview ... 3 System Components ...3 System Specifications ... 4 Component specifications ...4 Power requirements ...4 Faceplate options ...5

Contractor Installation Instructions... 6

Before you begin… ...6

Step 1 – Make sure that all electrical and space requirements are met ...6

Step 2 – Determine the proper height for the SelfCheck™ System...7

Step 3 – Create and frame the wall opening ...8

Step 4 – Attach the side brackets to the chute...9

Step 5 – Attach the chute assembly to the wall opening...10

Step 6 – Attach the two side brackets to the wall...11

Step 7 – Install the faceplate ...12

Appendix A: Warranty ... 13

© 2007 3M. All rights reserved.

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Safety Information

3M

SelfCheck

System C-Series C1 Model 877

Read, understand, and follow all safety information contained in these instructions prior to and during the installation of the SelfCheck System. Retain these instructions for future reference.

Intended Use

The 3M SelfCheck System C-Series C1 Model 877 is intended for use by library patrons in checking RFID-tagged books back into a library with minimal assistance by library staff.

The system must be installed as specified in the 3M SelfCheck System C-Series Contractor’s Package. It is intended for use in a library environment, and has not been evaluated for other uses or locations.

Explanation of Signal Word Consequences

WARNING

Indicates a potentially hazardous situation, which, if not avoided, could result in death or serious injury and/or property damage.

WARNING

To reduce the risk associated with fire due to non-compliance of product installation with applicable fire and building codes:

ƒ This product must be installed per this 3M SelfCheck System C-Series Contractor’s Package and in accordance with all required fire and/or building codes.

To reduce the risk associated with fire due to insertion of non-authorized items into chute:

ƒ Install security procedures and equipment appropriate to conditions, comply with applicable building codes and insurance concerns.

To reduce the risk associated with hazardous voltage due to a contractor/installer attempting to service or modify a component:

ƒ Do not attempt to modify or repair — no user serviceable parts — contact 3M Service for repair;

ƒ Use approved system components, installed by 3M Service personnel only.

EXPLANATION OF PRODUCT SAFETY LABEL SYMBOLS

Attention: Read accompanying documentation

Risk of electric shock

BACKLIGHT CONTAINS MERCURY, DISPOSE ACCORDING TO LOCAL, STATE, AND FEDERAL LAWS

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System Overview

3M

SelfCheck

System C-Series C1 Model 877

The 3M SelfCheck System C-Series C1 Model 877 is an automatic book return that checks in items equipped with 3M™ RFID Tags as they pass through a chute. The chute with faceplate is mounted through a wall inside or outside the library building. All of the SelfCheck System electronic components are kept within the interior of the building.

System Components

Computer Memory card reader Outlet strip Printer Coax cable to antenna Network cable Touchscreen monitor

120 VAC duplex outlet Chute

Network

10BASE-T/100BASE-T RJ-45

877_CP_001

30 in. x 36 in. [760 mm x 915 mm] (minimum) surface for the computer and associated equipment.

6 ft [1.8 m] maximum cable-run distance between wall outlet and the outlet strip

8 ft [2.4 m] max. cable-run distance between chute and interconnect box

Interconnect box, containing:

• RFID reader • Power supply • AC-line connection

Figure 1: Make sure that all electrical and network drops are within the distances shown. If more than one chute is to be installed, install

chutes no closer than 12 in. [30.5 cm] apart, as shown at right.

ƒ A 12 in. [30.5 cm] minimum distance must be maintained between coaxial cables from each chute.

Maintain sufficient distance between the chute and any large metal objects, electrical wiring, or equipment to avoid electromagnetic interference (EMI).

Keep the chute away from other 3M RFID

equipment by at least the following recommended minimum distances:

ƒ Detection System Model 8800, 4 ft. [1.21 m]. ƒ Pad Staff Workstation Model 895, 2 ft. [61 cm].

877_CP_002 Maintain 12 in. [30.5 cm] minimum distance between coaxial cables. 12 in. [30.5 cm] minimum distance between chutes

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System Specifications

3M

SelfCheck

System C-Series C1 Model 877

Compliance with the following specifications will help ensure that the system performs as designed. Any compromising of these specifications may result in reduced effectiveness of your SelfCheck System.

This information is subject to change. To confirm that you have the

most recent version of this document, contact 3M Library Systems Technical Services at 1-800-328-0067.

Component specifications

The following tables provide approximate dimensional measurements and weights of the chute and each of the two faceplate options.

19.9 in. [50.5 cm] 18 in. [45.7 cm] 19.5 in. [49.5 cm] 877_CP_000

Component Dimensions (height × width × depth) Weight

Chute 19.9 in. × 19.5 in. × 18 in. [50.5 cm × 49.5 cm × 45.7 cm] 15.0 lb [6.8 kg] Extended 13 in. × 21 in. × 15.3 in. [33.0 cm × 53.3 cm × 38.9 cm] 14.2 lb [6.44 kg] Faceplate

Flat 13 in. × 21 in. × 9 in. [33.0 cm × 53.3 cm × 22.9 cm] 10.1 lb [4.58 kg] The following components are typically placed on a table or shelf near the wall where the

chute is installed. A minimum table space of 30 in. x 36 in. [75.0 cm x 91.5 cm] is required for these components.

Component Dimensions (height × width × depth) Weight

Touch screen 16.1 in. × 15.7 in. × 10.2 in. [40.9 cm× 25.9 cm ×39.9 cm] 16.3 lb [7.4 kg] Printer 6.25 in. × 5.87 in. × 8.5 in. [15.9 cm × 21.6 cm × 15.0 cm] 4.2 lb [1.9 kg] Interconnect box 3 in. × 12 in. × 12 in. [7.6 cm × 30.5 cm × 30.5 cm] 3.6 lb [1.6 kg] Computer without stand 13.3 in. × 3.95 in. × 15.1 in. [33.8 cm × 10.0 cm × 38.4

cm]

22.2 lb [10.1 kg] Computer with stand 14.3 in. × 7.0 in. × 15.1 in. [36.3 cm × 17.8 cm × 38.4 cm] 23.2 lb [10.5 kg]

Power requirements

The SelfCheck System requires high-quality, surge-free, noise-free electrical power for optimal performance.

Electrical outlet

The customer must supply an electrical outlet within six feet [1.8 m] (cable-run distance) maximum of the outlet box. A dedicated 100/120 VAC, 15A circuit is recommended to prevent overloading.

ƒ Circuit loading must not exceed 50% of the rated circuit current to help ensure voltage stability.

Cable lengths

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Faceplate options

3M-supplied Faceplates

3M offers two faceplate options.

ƒ The extended faceplate option (Figure 3) can be used for drive-up book drops.

ƒ The flat faceplate (Figure 4) is typically used for walk-up book drops. 877_CP_003 Extended faceplate 10 in. [254 mm] 21 in. [533 mm] 18 7/8 in. [479 mm] 10 1/4 in. [260 mm] 13 in. [330 mm] .217 [5.51 mm] thru (4 holes) Item opening: 14 7/8 in. x 3 1/2 in. [378 mm x 89 mm]

Figure 3: The extended faceplate can be used for drive-up book drops.

877_CP_004 Flat faceplate 3 in. [78 mm] Item opening: 15 1/8 in. x 3 7/8 in.[ 384 mm x 98 mm] 21 in. [533 mm] 18 7/8 in. [479 mm] 10 1/4 in. [260 mm] 13 in. [330 mm] .217 [5.51 mm] thru (4 holes)

Figure 4: The flat faceplate is typically used for walk-up book drops.

Customer-supplied Faceplate

Requirements

A custom, customer-supplied faceplate must meet the dimensional requirements for the system.

Custom faceplates supplied by the customer must be designed to mount to the framing shown in Figure 8 on page 8. 4-1/4 [108mm] 5-3/8 [137mm]

Faceplate assembly must drop items beyond the entrance flat!

Chute

Faceplate must have side edges to guide items into chute.

Faceplate Assembly Chute Mounting

877_CP_005

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Contractor Installation Instructions

3M

SelfCheck

System C-Series C1 Model 877

The contractor must follow these installation instructions to help ensure that the system performs as designed.

ƒ Failure to follow these instructions may result in reduced effectiveness of your 3M SelfCheck System.

ƒ The customer must follow all applicable federal, state, and local codes when planning and completing the installation of this equipment.

Before you begin…

Installation Responsibilities

1 Read and understand all installation instructions before starting this installation procedure.

2 If there are any questions, contact 3M Library Systems Technical Service at 1-800-328-0067 (U.S. only).

Contractor

ƒ Complete wall construction

ƒ Provide electrical and network connections ƒ Mount chute and faceplate

3M

ƒ Install RFID electronics ƒ Install computer

Step 1 – Make sure that all electrical and space requirements are met

Before attempting to mount the chute, make sure that all electrical and

network connections are installed as shown in Figure 6.

Computer Memory card reader Outlet strip Printer Coax cable to antenna Network cable Touchscreen monitor

120 VAC duplex outlet

Chute

Network

10BASE-T/100BASE-T RJ-45

877_CP_001

30 in. x 36 in. [760 mm x 915 mm] (minimum) surface for the computer and associated equipment.

6 ft [1.8 m] maximum cable-run distance between wall outlet and the outlet strip

8 ft [2.4 m] max. cable-run distance between chute and interconnect box

Interconnect box, containing:

• RFID reader • Power supply • AC-line connection

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Step 2 – Determine the proper height for the SelfCheck™ System

Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) requirements

The wall opening elevations in Figure 7 shows the required height for ADA compliance for each of the 3M Faceplate Options.

54 in. [1372 mm] Maximum Height for ADA Compliance

Dimension “X” = height of library floor above outside surface

5-5/8 in. [143 mm]

10-1/8 in. [257 mm]

Height =

54in. - 5-5/8in. - 10-1/8in. - “X” [1372mm - 143mm - 257mm - “X”]

877_CP_007

Flat faceplate

54in. [1372mm] Maximum Height for ADA Compliance

Dimension "X" = height of library floor above outside surface

8-3/8in. [213mm]

10 1/8in. [257mm]

Height =

54in. - 8-3/8in. - 10-1/8in. - “X” [1372mm - 213mm - 257mm - “X”]

Extended faceplate

877_CP_008

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Step 3 – Create and frame the wall opening

Once you determine the optimal

location for the chute, the wall opening must be cut and framed to support the chute through the wall.

Wall Construction

Frame the wall opening using the dimensions shown in Figure 8. ƒ Installation requires wood or

metal framing materials that will accept the #8 screws supplied with the system.

This illustration shows a typical 2 x 4 (1-1/2 in. [38 mm] x 3-1/2 in. [89 mm]) framing with 5/8 in. [16 mm] gypsum board construction, with all framing members (studs, header, sill members, etc.) covered so as to not be visible.

RF shield

The chute enclosure functions as RF shielding and helps prevent the system from reading RFID tags of items that may be brought near the chute but not passed through it.

Do not modify the chute enclosure. 16-7/8 in. ± 1/8 in. [429 mm ± 3 mm] 5-1/2 in. [140 mm] 19-1/2 in. [495 mm]

Chute shown for reference only

Top view

877_CP_011

Chute Clearance Chute shown for reference only. 14-1/4 in 362 m 5-1/2 in. [140 mm] 3 in. [76 mm] 20-5/8 in. [524 mm] 877_CP_009

Wall opening vertical cross-section

These views show typical construction with 2 x 4 (1-1/2 in. [38 mm] x 3-1/2 in. [89 mm]) framing covered by 5/8 in. [16 mm] gypsum board. Rear view section 16-7/8 in. ± 1/8 in. [429 mm ± 3 mm] 10-1/2 in. ± 1/4 in. [260 mm ± 6 mm] 877_CP_010 Chute Opening

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Step 4 – Attach the side brackets to the chute

1 Determine the mounting

orientation for the side brackets. (See Figure 9.)

2 Layout the holes required to mount the side brackets to the chute:

a Insert the chute into the opening so that the front of the chute is flush with the exterior wall.

ƒ Make sure that the chute is placed in the final

mounting position.

b Place the side bracket where it will be mounted on the chute.

ƒ The bracket should lie flush to the chute and the wall as shown in Figure 9. Thin walls may require a spacer between the wall and the bracket as shown in Figure 10.

c On the chute, mark the three holes where the bracket will be attached to the chute. d Repeat for the other side

bracket.

3 Attach the side brackets to the chute:

a Drill three 0.147 in. (#26 drill / 3.7 mm) holes in the chute in the locations marked above.

b Attach the bracket to the chute using three #8-32 thread-forming screws. c Repeat for the other side

bracket.

877_CP_013 877_CP_014

For most installations, the brackets attach to the side of the chute and the interior wall surface.

For installations with thick walls, the side brackets may be attached on the top surface of the chute and to the inside of the wall.

Figure 9: Determine the mounting orientation for the side brackets.

877_CP_015 Side view Insert #8-32 thread-forming screws from outside of chute. (6 places).

You may need to add wood spacer blocks behind brackets to align bracket holes with chute.

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Step 5 – Attach the chute assembly to the wall opening

1 Insert the chute into the opening so that the front of the chute is flush with the outside surface of the

exterior wall. Inside of chute.

877_CP_017a

Front of chute is flush with opening.

2 Use three (3) #8 x 1 1/2 in. screws through holes in bottom of chute to attach the chute to the bottom of the wall opening.

877_CP_017b

3 Pull the top of the chute forward until the front of the chute is flush with the wall opening at the top and install two (2) #8 x 1-1/2 in. screws through upper holes in each side of chute.

Chute is flush with outside Of wall opening at top.

877_CP_017c

4 Install remaining two (2) #8 x 1 1/2 in. screws through lower holes in each side of the chute to complete fastening chute to wall opening.

877_CP_017d

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Step 6 – Attach the two side brackets to the wall

The two side brackets help secure the chute assembly to the wall.

Use six #8 x 1 ½ in. screws to attach each side bracket to the wall. ƒ Use three screws for each

bracket.

Rear view

#8 x 1-1/2 in. screws (6 places). Side bracket (2 places). 877_CP_019

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Step 7 – Install the faceplate

1 Apply caulk or sealant appropriate to the site to the faceplate as shown in Figure 13.

877_CP_020

Apply caulk or sealant in a continuous bead approximately 1/2 inch [13 mm] from all edges of the back of the faceplate. 1

Figure 13: Apply caulk or sealant to the faceplate as shown.

2 Use four (4) tamper-proof screws to attach the

faceplate to the exterior wall. ƒ Two sets of different length

screws (1 inch and 3 1/2-inch) are provided. Select the length required to securely attach the faceplate to the framing studs.

ƒ Make sure to align the faceplate as shown in Figure 14.

ƒ A special tool is provided to install these screws.

877_CP_021

Front view

#10 x 1-1/2 in. tamper-proof screws or #10 x 3-1/2 in. screws (4 places).

Select the appropriate screw length based on the exterior wall thickness. 2

Insert ONE item at a time

1 in. [25 mm] 1-1/2 in. [38 mm] 877_CP_022

Side view

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Appendix A: Warranty

Effective 12-12-05

One Year Library Systems Product Performance Guarantee: Subject to the Limitation of Liability below, 3M guarantees your satisfaction with the performance of any 3M Library System Product for 12 months from the date of installation provided that a) you are the original purchaser: b) you have executed a one (1) year 3M Service Agreement for maintenance of the Library System product; and c) the product has not been subjected to abuse, misuse, accident or neglect. Performance means the product meets 3M published product specifications. If you are not completely satisfied with the performance of your Library System Product, you may return the Library System product for a prompt refund. 3M will pay all reasonable de-installation and shipping charges to return the product to 3M. Note that all claims under this guarantee must be submitted to 3M within 12 months from the date of installation of the 3M Library Systems Product. Failure to submit a claim within this time frame will invalidate this guarantee. IMPORTANT: Consumables and non-3M branded products are excluded from this Guarantee.

Warranty and Limited Remedy for Non-Software Library Systems Products Not Covered by Performance Guarantee: Unless stated otherwise in 3M product literature or packaging, 3M warrants that each 3M Library Systems Product meets the applicable specifications for a period of ninety (90) days from the date of shipment (or, in the case of hardware installed by 3M, from the date of installation). Any warranties related to 3M software are contained in separate 3M software licenses. Consumables and non-3M branded products are excluded from this Warranty and Limited Remedy.

3M MAKES NO OTHER GUARANTEES, WARRANTIES OR CONDITIONS, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, ANY IMPLIED WARRANTY OR CONDITION OF MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE OR ANY IMPLIED WARRANTY OR CONDITION ARISING OUT OF A COURSE OF DEALING, CUSTOM OR USAGE OF TRADE. You are responsible for determining whether the 3M product is fit for a particular purpose and suitable for your application. If the 3M product is defective within the warranty period and provided that a) the product has not been subjected to abuse, misuse, accident or neglect and b) you have notified 3M within thirty (30) days after the defect was discovered, your exclusive remedy and 3M’s and seller’s sole obligation will be, at 3M’s option, to replace or repair the defective 3M product.

Limitation of Liability: EXCEPT WHERE PROHIBITED BY LAW, 3M AND SELLER WILL NOT BE LIABLE FOR ANY LOSS OR DAMAGE ARISING FROM 3M LIBRARY SYSTEMs, WHETHER DIRECT, INDIRECT, SPECIAL, INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL, REGARDLESS OF THE LEGAL THEORY ASSERTED, INCLUDING WARRANTY, CONTRACT, NEGLIGENCE OR STRICT LIABILITY.

Guarantee and Warranty Claims: For guarantee and warranty claims, and for service, contact our service representatives at 1-800-328-0067

3M Security Systems Division

3M Center, Building 255-4N-14 Ver. 121205

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