3M 8420, 8422 User Manual

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3MSelfCheckSystem

R-Series Models 8420 and 8422

Owner’s Manual

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3MSelfCheckSystem R-Series Models 8420 and 8422 Owner’s Manual 78-8129-4301-3B

3M, Tattle-Tape, SelfCheck and Dual Lock are trademarks of 3M. Microsoft and Windows are registered trademarks of Microsoft Corporation in the United States and other countries.

The original instructions in this document were written in U.S. English. All other languages are a translation of the original instructions.

Contents

Safety information ..........................................................................................................................

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Intended use.................................................................................................................................

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Explanation of signal word consequences.......................................................................................

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Explanation of product safety label symbols....................................................................................

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Warning........................................................................................................................................

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Caution.........................................................................................................................................

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Label locations..............................................................................................................................

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3MSelfCheckSystem R-Series Model 8420 (kiosk) ................................................................

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3MSelfCheckSystem R-Series Model 8422 (tabletop)............................................................

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Regulatory compliance...................................................................................................................

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FCC Radio Frequency Rules and Regulations.................................................................................

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FCC intentional radiator certification...............................................................................................

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Industry Canada radio frequency rules and regulations....................................................................

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EMC compliance Europe ...............................................................................................................

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Australia.......................................................................................................................................

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Japan...........................................................................................................................................

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Introduction....................................................................................................................................

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Key attributes................................................................................................................................

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SelfCheck system controls and connections....................................................................................

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System software............................................................................................................................

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Introducing the system to library staff and patrons ...........................................................................

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Operations......................................................................................................................................

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Turn the system on and off.............................................................................................................

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Load printer paper.........................................................................................................................

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Clean system components.............................................................................................................

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Adjust the touch screen monitor .....................................................................................................

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Adjust audio volume......................................................................................................................

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Troubleshooting .............................................................................................................................

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RFID tag reading problems............................................................................................................

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Barcode scanner problems ............................................................................................................

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Specifications.................................................................................................................................

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Dimensions...................................................................................................................................

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Electrical requirements ..................................................................................................................

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Environmental requirements ..........................................................................................................

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Network requirements....................................................................................................................

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Ordering supplies...........................................................................................................................

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Warranty.........................................................................................................................................

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3M Service......................................................................................................................................

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Information to gather .....................................................................................................................

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3M Service phone numbers ...........................................................................................................

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3M Library Systems Web Site ........................................................................................................

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Safety information

Read, understand, and follow all safety information contained in these instructions before installing and using the 3MSelfCheckSystem R-Series Model 8420 or 8422. Retain these instructions for future reference.

Intended use

The 3MSelfCheckSystem R-Series Models 8420 and 8422 are intended for use by library patrons in checking library materials in and out without assistance from library staff. These systems are intended for use in an indoor library environment, and have 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.

 

 

CAUTION

Indicates a potentially hazardous situation, which, if not avoided, may result in minor

or moderate injury and/or property damage.

Explanation of product safety label symbols

Attention: Read accompanying documentation

Risk of electric shock

Display unit: Mercury disposal hazard

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Safety information

Warning

WARNING To reduce the risks associated with hazardous voltage contained within the power supply, which, if not avoided, could result in death or serious injury:

Do not use SelfCheckSystem if a power supply case or power cord are damaged.

Do not use SelfCheckSystem in outdoor or wet environments.

Use approved system components installed by 3M service personnel only.

Do not attempt to service or repair SelfCheckSystem internal circuitry or power supplies — no user serviceable parts inside

— contact 3M Service for repair.

Caution

To reduce the risk associated with environmental contamination due to the incorrect disposal of the lithium battery in PC, mercury in monitor/display, and/or any circuitry that contains lead in the solder:

At the end of service life, dispose of all components (touch-screen monitor, PC, case, reader, pad, scanner, appliance coupler, etc.) in accordance with federal, state and local requirements.

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Safety information

Label locations

3MSelfCheckSystem R-Series Model 8420 (kiosk)

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