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Convenience Store Intercom
System

Model C5000

Operating Instructions

 


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Model C5000

Important Information

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Intended Use

The 3M™ Convenience Store Intercom System, Model C5000, is designed to
provide 2-way audio communication in quick service drive-through restaurants
and convenience stores.

FCC Information

This device complies with part 15 of the FCC Rules.  Operation is subject to the
following two conditions: (1) This device may not cause harmful interference,
and (2) this device must accept any interference received, including interference
that may cause undesired operation.

Changes or modifications not expressly approved by the party responsible for
compliance could void the user’s authority to operate the equipment.

 


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Model C5000

System Description

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The 3M™ Convenience Store Intercom System, Model C5000, enables store
personnel to communicate with customers calling in from Call Stations at up to
16 pumps or other remote locations.

The system arranges incoming calls in a first-come first-served order.  The
operator can also choose to talk to any customer at any Call Station at any time.

Operators using wireless headsets or belt packs can also talk to each other using
the paging feature.

During peak hours, pushing the FUEL button on the Call Station sends a call to
a fuel operator.  Pushing the FOOD button sends a call to a food operator.
During non-peak hours, pushing either button sends a call to the operator on
duty (if this option is installed and selected).

Operators use Station Selectors, headsets, belt packs, or a combination of these
components to communicate with customers.

Figure 1. Station Selector, Headset, and Belt Pack

Customers use Call Stations at the pumps to communicate with operators.

Figure 2. One-Button and Two-Button 3M™ Call Stations

The system can be operated from the Station Selector(s), the headset(s), or the
belt pack(s).

In the STANDBY mode, the Station Selector, headset, or belt pack is on and
waiting to receive a call from a customer or other operators.

Use the TALK/LISTEN mode to talk or listen to the customer.

Use this mode to talk to all Call Stations at the same time.

Use this mode from the headset or belt pack to talk to other operators without
the customer hearing the conversation.

Use the Call Merge switch to control who receives incoming calls.  The Call
Merge Switch (not shown) is a single-pole, single-throw switch.  NORMAL
position is open; MERGE position is closed.  Slide the button to MERGE to
send all calls to the on-duty operator during off-peak hours.  Slide the button to
NORMAL to direct FOOD calls to FOOD operators and FUEL calls to FUEL
operators during peak hours.

Introduction

System Components

Operating Modes

STANDBY Mode

TALK/LISTEN

 

Mode

ALL CALL Mode

PAGE Mode

Call Merge

 


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Station Selector Controls and Indicators Model 

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The Station Selector controls are shown below.

Figure 3. Station Selector, Controls, and Indicators

ON turns on the Station Selector; OFF turns it off.

 

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The remotely located communications controller and the Station Selector are
designed to be left on.   Notify your system administrator or manager if the
Station Selector power switch is off and turning it on does not illuminate the
power indicator light.

Turn to increase; or decrease the volume in the Station Selector speaker.

Lights to indicate the Station Selector power is on.

Press to initiate or answer a call to a specific Call Station.

 (Station Selectors come in either 16-station or 8-station units.)

Lights in amber to indicate call status:

Flashing Light = A call is waiting to be answered.
Light Steady On = Call has been answered and connection is established to
the customer

Press to connect to the calling location.  Hold to talk to the customer.  Release
to listen.

Lights (red) when TALK key is pressed and held to indicate the system is in
talk mode.  Extinguishes when the TALK key is released.

Lights (green) when TALK key is released to indicate the system is in listen
mode.

Press to end a call and return the system to the standby mode.

Lights to indicate the system is in standby mode.

Press to broadcast a call to all Call Stations at the same time.

Station Selector

1 POWER Switch

2 VOLUME Control

3 POWER Indicator

4 Station Selector

Keys

5 Call Indicators

1 through 16
(amber)

6 TALK Key

7 TALK Indicator

8 LISTEN Indicator

9 STANDBY Key

10 STANDBY

Indicator

11 ALL CALL Key

 


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Model C5000

Station Selector Operating Procedures

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When a customer presses a Call Station button, the amber call indicator key for
that Call Station (1 through 16) flashes on the Station Selector and an
intermittent tone sounds.

The system arranges calls from customers in a first-come first-served order.

To answer a call from a Call Station, do the following:

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Press and hold the TALK key to talk to the first customer in order.

The call indicator light stops flashing, but remains lit.

The red talk indicator lights.

The system automatically connects to the first customer.

2. Release the TALK key to listen to the customer.

The green listen indicator lights.

The call indicator remains lit.

3. When finished talking and listening to the customer, press the STANDBY

key.

The call is disconnected and the call indicator turns off.

The standby indicator lights.

4. If other call indicators are lit, repeat Steps 1 through 3 to answer each call

in order.

To override the call order, press the Station Selector number key for the desired
Call Station.  The Station Selector enters LISTEN mode for the selected Call
Station.  Perform TALK, LISTEN and disconnect functions as described in
Steps 2 through 4 above.
To call a specific Call Station from the Station Selector, do the following:

1. Press the selection key for the desired call station.

The amber call indicator for the selected Call Station lights.

The standby indicator light goes off.

The green LISTEN indicator lights.

2. Press and hold the TALK key to talk to the customer.

The call indicator remains lit.

The red talk indicator lights.

3. Release the TALK key to listen to the customer.

The green listen indicator lights.

The call indicator remains lit.

4. When finished talking and listening to the customer, press the STANDBY

key.

The call is disconnected and the call indicator turns off.

The standby indicator lights.

Repeat Steps 1 through 4 to initiate another call.

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If VOX (Voice Activated Transmission) is enabled on your system, you can
speak to the customer without pressing TALK once a connection to a Call
Station has been established.

Speak within two inches of the microphone to be heard clearly.  Remember that
conversations in the store can be heard through the open microphone and that
the connection remains open until you press STANDBY to disconnect.

To talk to all Call Stations at the same time, press and hold the ALL CALL key.
Release the ALL CALL key when the message is completed.

Operating the
Station Selector

ALL CALL

Initiating a Call

VOX

Responding to a Call

 


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Headset and Belt Pack Operating Procedures

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The Model C960AA Headset and Model C860AA Belt Pack Intercom controls
are shown below.

See the 3M™ Headset Intercom System, Model C960, Operating Instructions
and the 3M™ Belt Pack Intercom System, Model C860, Operating Instructions
for detailed information about headset and belt pack operations.

Figure 4. Headset and Belt Pack Controls

Press the ON switch to turn on the headset or belt pack.

Press the OFF switch to turn off the headset or belt pack.

Press to increase the volume.  There are 15 available volume levels.

Press to turn the volume down.

Press either switch to connect to the calling location.  Hold the switch to talk to
the customer.  Release the switch to listen.

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If your location has more than one wireless system, contact your local dealer for
information about Talk switch (T1 and T2) operations.

Momentarily press and release to activate the Call Station scan feature.
(Also used to disconnect a Call Station and return the system to standby mode.)

Press and hold  to talk to internal personnel without being heard by the
customer.  Release the switch to listen.  (With the switch released, you can hear
both customers and internal paging.)

Not used for this application.

Push the battery release up and hold it while sliding the battery out of the
housing.

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The C860 Belt Pack operates with either 1 or 2 batteries.  If 2 batteries are used,
replace both at the same time.

Headset and
Belt Pack

1 ON  Switch

2 OFF Switch

3 Volume Up 

Control

4 Volume Down 

Control

5 Talk Switches

(T1 or T2)

6 Page/Call Station

Scan Switch

7 TALK/Lock Switch

8 Battery Release

 


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Model C5000

Station Selector Operating Procedures

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To answer an incoming call, do the following:

1. Press and hold either TALK key (T1 or T2) to connect to the first customer

in order.

The tone stops.

The amber call indicator on the Station Selector paired with the headset
(if used) stops flashing, but remains lit.

2. Release the key to listen to the customer.

The enunciator announces the Call Station number.

You can then listen to the customer.

To answer an incoming call, do the following:

1. Press and hold either TALK key (T1 or T2) to talk to the first customer in

order.

The tone stops.

The amber call indicator on the Station Selector paired with the headset
stops flashing, but remains lit.

2. Release the key to listen to the customer.  The call indicator remains lit.

3. When you are finished talking and listening to the customer, press the

PAGE key (P).  The call is disconnected and the call indicator turns off.

4. To respond to the next caller, repeat steps 1 through 3 to answer each call in

order.

To ignore the next call in order and talk to a customer at a specific Call
Station, quickly press and release P once.  The enunciator announces  the
numbers of each Call Station awaiting a response.  When you hear the
number of the desired Call Station announced:

Press T1 or T2 to talk to the customer.

Release to listen.

To initiate a call to any Call Station:

1. The system must be in STANDBY mode.

2. Momentarily press and release the PAGE (P) switch.

The system enters the Call Station scan mode.

The enunciator announces ”Select...All Call... One..Two...Three...”.

3. When the enunciator announces the number of the Call Station you want to

call, press and release T1 or T2.

The enunciator announces “Connect One” (or the number of the Call
Station you selected).

4. Press and hold T1 or T2 to talk to the customer.

5. When you are finished talking and listening to the customer, press P.

The Call Station is disconnected and the call indicator on the Station
Selector  turns off.

Repeat Steps 2 through 5 to initiate another call.

Press and hold P to talk to other operators wearing headsets or belt packs.
Release when the message is completed.

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Disable the TALK/LOCK feature on all headsets used with the Model C5000.
See the 3M™ Headset Intercom System, Model C960, Operating Instructions
and the 3M™ Belt Pack Intercom System, Model C860, Operating Instructions
for detailed information about disabling this feature.

Operating Headsets
and Belt Packs

Responding to a Call

Initiating a Call

Paging

Installation
Instruction Note

 


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Printed on 50% recycled
waste paper, including 10%
post-consumer waste paper.

Printed in U.S.A.

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