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Detection System
Model 3900 Series
Owner’s Manual
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3M™ Detection System Model 3900 Series Owner’s Manual. 78-8129-3199-2, Rev. A.
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Contents
Safety Information ............................................................................................................................. i
FCC/Industry Canada/European/Australia EMC compliance............................................................ iv
Introduction ...................................................................................................................................... 1
The global leader in library systems products .................................................................................... 1
What this means to you ................................................................................................................... 1
Training your staff ............................................................................................................................ 3
Owner’s manual .............................................................................................................................. 3
Hands-on practice ........................................................................................................................... 3
Review of your library’s security policies ........................................................................................... 3
What to do when the alarm sounds................................................................................................... 4
Alarm log ........................................................................................................................................ 4
How the system works...................................................................................................................... 5
System configurations...................................................................................................................... 7
Models 3901 and 3902 .................................................................................................................... 7
Models 3911 and 3912..................................................................................................................... 8
Machine characteristics.................................................................................................................... 9
Physical specifications..................................................................................................................... 9
Construction ................................................................................................................................... 9
Power requirements ........................................................................................................................ 9
Environmental requirements (operation) ......................................................................................... 10
Environmental requirements (storage) ............................................................................................ 10
Detection zone .............................................................................................................................. 10
Indicators...................................................................................................................................... 10
Alarm outputs.................................................................................................................................11
Cleaning Instructions ..................................................................................................................... 13
Lattice and base............................................................................................................................ 13
Photocell lens and reflector ............................................................................................................ 13
System Operation ........................................................................................................................... 15
Turning your system on and off ...................................................................................................... 15
Verifying system operation ............................................................................................................. 15
Fuse replacement ......................................................................................................................... 15
Solving problems............................................................................................................................ 17
Warranty ......................................................................................................................................... 19
Detection system alarm log ............................................................................................................ 21
3M Service ...................................................................................................................................... 23
System information........................................................................................................................ 23
3M Service phone numbers ........................................................................................................... 23
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Safety Information
Read, understand, and follow all safety information contained in these instructions prior to using your 3MTM
Detection System Model 3900 Series. Retain these instructions for future reference.
Intended use
The system is intended for use in detecting books and other media items that have not been checked out by library
patrons. The system is typically placed at the exit point of a library such that patrons must walk through it when
exiting the building or facility and provides an audio and visual alarm if unchecked materials are detected.
The system must be installed as specified in the Architect’s/Contractor’s Information Package 3M Detection System
Model 3900 Series (document number 78–8129–3084–6) and is intended for use in an indoor library environment.
It 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.
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
DANGER
High voltage.
Power must be
disconnected
before servicing.
Service Personnel W arning
Disconnect power before servicing. Unit
contains high voltage electrical circuits that
must be discharged and checked for voltage
prior to servicing. Service should be performed
only by 3M factory trained service personnel.
Risk of electric shock
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Safety messages
WARNING
To reduce the risks associated with hazardous voltage:
• Do not use the product if the case, covers, or power cord are damaged.
• Do not attempt to modify, service, or repair—no user serviceable parts inside—contact 3M Service for repair.
CAUTION
To reduce the risks associated with environmental contamination from circuit boards containing
lead-bearing solder:
• At the end of service life, dispose of the product in accordance with federal, state, and local requirements.
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Safety Information
Safety labels
Several safety labels are attached to the 3M Detection System. As shown in the following figure, these labels provide
warnings and cautions alerting technicians to potential electrical and physical hazards.
Model 3901BC
100 - 120V~/ 200 - 240V~
50/60 Hz
I.T.E.
LISTED
4P24
1,6 A
S/N: 391XXXXX
3M Librar y Systems
St. Paul, Minnesota 55144
Made in USA
N1108
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DANGER
High voltage.
Power must be
disconnected
before servicing.
Service Personnel W arning
Disconnect power before servicing. Unit
contains high voltage electrical circuits that
must be discharged and checked for voltage
prior to servicing. Service should be performed
only by 3M factory trained service personnel.
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.
This Class A digital apparatus complies with
Canadian ICES-003.
Cet appareil numérique de la classe A est conforme
à la norme NMB-003 du Canada.
3900 Gr Safety Label Locations
Figure 1 Safety label locations
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FCC/Industry Canada/European/Australia EMC
compliance
FCC radio frequency rules and regulations
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class A digital device, pursuant to Part 15
of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference when the
equipment is operated in a commercial environment. This equipment generates, uses, and can emit radiated radio
frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instruction manual, may cause harmful
interference to radio communications. Operation of this equipment in a residential area is likely to cause harmful
interference in which case the user will be required to correct the interference at his own expense.
Industry Canada radio frequency rules and regulations
This Class A digital apparatus complies with Canadian ICES-003.
Cet appareil numérique de la classe A est conforme à la norme NMB-003 du Canada.
Australia
This unit complies with the EMC requirements for Australia.
N1108
Agency approvals
• UL and ULC listed
• CE and CB certification
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Introduction
The global leader in library systems products
3M pioneered the concept of electronic protection of library materials more than 39 years ago. We are still leading the way.
Today, thousands of libraries around the world use 3M detection systems to protect their valuable collections, and more
libraries trust 3M than all other library detection systems combined.
What this means to you
From the best-trained field service organization to our technical service group and customer support staff, we are committed
to providing you with the support you require to help ensure your satisfaction.
The system has been designed to detect the unauthorized removal of materials concealed within book bags, briefcases, or
under clothing. While a 100% electronic net does not exist, the system provides effective protection and significant reduction
in the loss of library materials.
With a little attention and care, your system should provide you with many years of service and help to protect your library
against thousands of dollars in losses. Call our toll-free 800 number any time of the day or night for service, to order supplies,
or to leave messages for your sales representative at 1-800-328-0067.
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Training your staff
A key element of any media loss prevention effort is a successful staff training program. Your system will be much more
effective with the active cooperation and participation of your entire library staff. We recommend that you periodically
conduct formal training sessions, including the following elements to ensure its success:
• Reviewing the owner’s manual
• Practice tagging materials with 3M™ Tattle-Tape™ Security Strips.
• Reviewing your library’s security policies
• Reviewing how to respond when the alarm sounds
• Using the system alarm log
• Addressing patron concerns
Owner’s manual
This manual contains the information necessary to operate your 3M Detection System, as well as supplemental information
on handling alarms, ordering supplies, and training your staff. It also contains important information about security strips
and circulation accessories.
Library personnel should be familiar with the manual and where to locate it so they can refer to it when necessary.
Hands-on practice
After reviewing this manual, your staff will benefit from actual hands-on experience with the detection system products they
are expected to use. We suggest you start by demonstrating the proper techniques for each stripping procedure. You may
wish to conduct the actual practice as follows:
1. Make sure that all the other 3M Library Systems products are installed and functional.
2. Let each staff member practice installing Tattle-Tape security strips and markers on library items.
3. Let each staff member practice sensitizing and desensitizing materials.
Review of your library’s security policies
Before practicing how to respond to alarms, staff should be familiar with the library’s security policies as they relate to theft of
materials. To help staff stay informed of security measures, your policy should be in writing and kept with your training kit
along with any other procedures you follow.
It is particularly important for staff members to know what procedures the library follows when theft is suspected or when it
is necessary to contact a local law enforcement agency.
A critical phase of staff training concerns the proper steps to take when the security system alarm sounds. The value of tact
and courtesy when handling this delicate situation cannot be overemphasized. Your staff members should receive as much
preparation as possible to make them feel comfortable. With the proper training, your staff will be more likely to effectively
deal with patrons who activate the alarm.
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What to do when the alarm sounds
The following steps are suggested procedures only. We recommend that all staff develop a complete understanding of the
library’s policies and follow them as directed. The response should be consistent for all patrons caught in an alarm. It is also
important that staff become familiar with state and local laws governing patrons’ rights and responsibilities.
3M offers these guidelines:
Responding to alarms is a sensitive situation but can be handled confidently and effectively as long as your library has
established procedures and your staff members are fully trained in following them.
First, don’t panic. Remain calm and courteous. You can’t be positive that the person who triggered the alarm is stealing. Never
accuse anyone of theft by word, by facial expression, or by tone of voice. The alarm may have been triggered accidentally,
so always respond in a positive, non-threatening manner.
Alarm Scenario 1
The library staff does not desensitize a tagged item when checking out the patron’s materials, or the patron accidentally
removes marked materials from the library.
After asking the patron to return to the counter, a typical response might be, "Excuse me, did I forget to check out one of your
items?" or "Did you perhaps pick up one of the library’s books with your own things?” These are courteous questions, and
they don’t accuse the patron of theft. Be sure to smile and ask the questions in a friendly, non-threatening manner.
Process and desensitize all items again. If you discover an item that hasn’t been properly checked out, never accuse the patron
of stealing. Simply act as if the error was an oversight—it more than likely was. If the patron causes the alarm to sound again,
follow the policy that your library has established for possible theft of materials.
Alarm Scenario 2
A patron denies having any library materials or runs out of the library after sounding the alarm.
Follow your library’s policy for theft.
Unwanted alarms
Your detection system is virtually free of false alarms. Occasionally your system may alarm and your staff may find that the
patron does not have unauthorized library materials. Unwanted alarms may be caused by active strips on items carried into
the library such as books from another library.
Unwanted alarms are generally infrequent and will vary depending on the patrons and the proximity of your library to facilities
that are releasing items containing security strips. Because it is not possible to distinguish between unwanted alarms and
alarms with potential item loss, all responses to alarms must be consistent and follow your management policies. If patrons see
no response to alarms, the system becomes less effective. When you decide that a security strip on an item from outside your
library caused an alarm, follow these steps:
1. Explain the problem to the patron.
2. Verify that all of the patron’s library materials are properly checked out.
3. Allow the patron to exit the library.
Many patrons will learn from the experience and will not carry items that may cause alarms into the library.
Alarm log
The alarm log is used to keep a record of details involving alarms that occur. See Detection system alarm log on page 21. For
each alarm, record the information on the log. Keeping this log up-to-date provides a key tool for monitoring system activity.
An up-to-date alarm log provides useful information for library management and your 3M service representative.
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How the system works
Your 3M detection system consists of several components, which include Tattle-Tape security strips, circulation accessories,
and the detection system.
The key to the effectiveness of your system is protecting your materials with Tattle-Tape security strips. Only when materials
are protected can your detection system detect someone trying to leave your library without properly checking out items.
The primary zone of detection between two lattices extends from 6 in. [15 cm] above the surface of the floor to 72 inches
[1,82 m] above the floor. The electronic coverage in this area is not 100% and it will vary with the options you have and the
type of 3M security strips/markers you use. However, the rate of detection from 6 in. [15 cm] above the surface of the floor to
72 inches [1,82 m] above the floor is effective to deter the loss of protected materials.
Checking out materials is accomplished using desensitizers to “turn off” the strips while resensitizers are used to “turn on” the
strips when materials are returned to the library. This allows for full circulation of all library materials.
The 3M detection systems are designed to detect sensitized 3M Tattle-Tape security strips and then sound an alarm, thus
preventing unauthorized removal of library materials.
It is this simple:
• Mark the materials.
• Circulate the materials using desensitizers and resensitizers.
• Listen for the detection system alarm to sound when unauthorized removal of materials occurs. It is also important to
watch for suspicious actions such as holding materials above the head or moving items around the lattices when passing
through the detection system.
3M offers several models of detection systems to meet your library’s needs. See the next section for details on the models
you may have.
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System configurations
The 3M Detection System Model 3900 series consists of four models: 3901, 3902, 3911, and 3912. The following illustrations
show the buried cable mounting option. Other mounting options include direct mounting with the connecting cables routed
under either a narrow threshold or a wide baseplate. All models function identically; the only difference between Models
3901 and 3902 and Models 3911 and 3912 is cosmetic.
Models 3901 and 3902
Models 3901 and 3902 have solid panels on the lattices. Model 3901 has a single corridor, whereas Model 3902 has two
corridors.
Model 3902 dual-corridor system
Model 3901 single-corridor system
Fuses & voltage
selector
Key switch
Fuses & voltage
selector
Electronics
enclosure
Alarm lights
Alarm lights
A
A
Counter
Counter
Power
receptacle
Power
receptacle
B
Power
cord
B
Power
cord
C
Photocell
Photocell
Alarm
3900 Gr Corridor Overview with Solid Panels
Single-corridor system
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Alarm
Dual-corridor system
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System configurations
Models 3911 and 3912
Models 3911 and 3912 have windowed panels on the lattices. Model 3911 has a single corridor, whereas Model 3912
has two corridors.
Model 3912 dual-corridor system
Model 391 1 single-corridor system
Fuses & voltage
selector
Key switch
Fuses & voltage
selector
Electronics
enclosure
Alarm lights
Alarm lights
A
A
Counter
Counter
Power
receptacle
Power
receptacle
B
Power
cord
B
Power
cord
C
Photocell
Photocell
Alarm
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Single-corridor system
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Alarm
Dual-corridor system
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Machine characteristics
Physical specifications
Single-corridor system (2 lattices)
Machine size
Shipping size
(including pallet)
Height:
29 inches [737 mm]
Height:
71.7 inches [1820 mm]
Width:
33 inches [838 mm]
Width:
47.1 inches [1197 mm]
Depth:
75 inches [1905 mm]
Depth:
28.9 inches [733 mm]
Weight:
270 lbs. [122 kg]
Weight:
230 lbs. [104 kg]
Corridor width: 36 inches [914 mm] for new installation or 34 inches [864 mm] for upgrade from Model 3500
Dual-corridor system (3 lattices)
Machine size
Shipping size
(including pallet)
Height:
36 inches [914 mm]
Height:
71.7 inches [1820 mm]
Width:
33 inches [838 mm]
Width:
88.8 inches [2256 mm]
Depth:
75 inches [1905mm]
Depth:
28.9 inches [733 mm]
Weight:
367 lbs. [166 kg]
Weight:
330 lbs. [150 kg]
Corridor width: 36 inches [914 mm] for new installation or 34 inches [864 mm] for upgrade from Model 3500
Construction
The detection system is anchored to the floor and has the durability to withstand typical library or bookstore traffic. Both
single- and dual-corridor systems can be installed on mounting feet (threshold or buried cable) or on a baseplate.
Power requirements
A dedicated power line is recommended but not required.
Voltage
100/120/220/240 VAC 50 or 60 Hz
Amperes
2.0 A @ 100/120 VAC or 1.0 A @ 220/240 VAC
Maximum current draw
for all systems
• 110/120 VAC: 500 mA
• 200/240 VAC: 250 mA
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WARNING
To reduce the risks associated with hazardous voltage:
• Do not use the product if the case, covers, or power cord are damaged.
• Do not attempt to modify, service, or repair—no user serviceable parts inside—contact 3M Service for repair.
Environmental requirements (operation)
Typical ambient temperature range: 32° F – 122° F [0° C – 50° C]
Humidity: 0% to 85% relative humidity, non-condensing
Environmental requirements (storage)
Typical ambient temperature range: –40° F – 131° F [–40° C – 55° C]
Humidity: 0% to 85% relative humidity, non-condensing
Detection zone
The primary zone of detection between two lattices extends 6 in. [15 cm] above the surface of the floor to 72 in. [1,82 m]
above the floor. The electronic coverage in this zone is not 100%, but the rate of detection is effective to deter the loss of
protected materials. It is important to watch for suspicious actions such as holding materials above or outside the lattices
when passing through the system.
Indicators
Type
Description
Patron counter
Indicates the number of patrons passing through the system.
Power indicator
Red LED indicates power on.
Alarm/Inhibit
LED is normally green. Constant yellow indicates Inhibit, flashing yellow indicates an Alarm.
Lattice alarm lights
Indicates an Alarm.
Audible alarm
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Machine characteristics
Alarm outputs
Visual
Visual alarm indicator lights are located on top of each lattice. If the lights are on, an alarm condition has
occurred.
Audio
An audible alarm speaker is mounted on lattice B or C. Alarm volume is adjustable.
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Cleaning Instructions
Lattice and base
Turn off the detection system prior to using liquid cleaners. Remove dirt and greasy buildup using towels or soft cloths that
have been dampened with a common household grease-cutting liquid cleaner. 3M suggests a monthly cleaning to retain the
best equipment appearance.
Photocell lens and reflector
At least once a month, wipe the photocell lens and reflector with a soft cloth dampened with water.
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System Operation
Turning your system on and off
Power is applied and removed with a key switch located on the electronics enclosure. Two keys are supplied with the system.
Remove the key while the system is operating to prevent patrons from turning off the system. If the key is not available and
power must be removed, unplug the power cord or turn off the circuit breaker in the power distribution panel that supplies
power to the system. Your detection system has been designed to be left on continuously.
Turning the system on
1. Ensure that the power cord is connected to a power outlet or other source of power.
2. Turn the key switch to the On position.
3. Allow 15 seconds for the system to warm up.
Turning the system off
Remove power from the system by one of the following methods:
• Turn the key switch to the Off position.
• Disconnect the AC power cord from the power outlet.
• Set the facility circuit breaker for the system to the Off position.
Verifying system operation
Your system should be inspected daily for proper operation. To verify system operation, walk through the system corridor
with a secured library item. This should result in an audible alarm and a flashing alarm light at the top of the lattices. Also,
the green alarm/inhibit light on the electronics enclosure should be flashing yellow at the time of alarm. There is no need
for repetitive walk-through testing. During normal operation, the current patron count is displayed. Each pass through
the system should increment the patron counter by one.
Fuse replacement
The fuses are located on the bottom of the electronics enclosure in the power entry connector.
1. Turn the key switch to Off and disconnect the power cord from the power source.
2. Using a small flat-blade screwdriver, remove the fuse block from the power entry connector.
3. Do not remove the voltage selection block as this has been set at the correct voltage by the installer.
4. Replace the failed fuses with the correct fuse for your operating voltage:
• Up to 100 to 120 VAC, use a 4A fuse.
• Voltages over 220 to 240 VAC, use a 3.15A fuse.
5. Reinstall the fuse block, connect the power cord to the power source, and turn the key switch to On.
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Solving problems
Problem
Cause
No alarm, no mechanical
No power at receptacle.
counter, no red power indicator
Power cord disconnected at receptacle.
on the electronics enclosure.
System fuse open.
No alarm, no mechanical
counter, power indicator on.
No alarm, patron counter
works.
Unwanted alarms.
Reduced coverage, no alarm,
patron counter works.
Alarm indicator illuminated or
intermittent with no traffic in
corridor.
Action
Reset facility circuit breaker.
Plug power cord into receptacle.
Replace fuse in power entry connector. See
fuse replacement procedure.
Power turned off at electronics enclosure.
Turn key switch to On.
System failure.
Place a service call.
Processor requires reset.
Turn the key switch off, wait 5 seconds,
then turn the switch on.
System failure.
Place a service call.
Strips in book desensitized or missing.
Resensitize books, or install a Tattle-Tape
security strip in the book.
Metal objects too close to lattice.
Move all metal to minimum distance of 18
inches from the lattices.
System failure.
Place a service call.
Protected material from another library or a
retail store.
Identify material that caused the alarm.
Failure to desensitize strips properly.
Check desensitizing process and training.
Miscellaneous metallic objects.
Infrequent unwanted alarms are possible
from some metal objects .
System failure.
Place a service call.
Metal objects too close to lattice.
Move all metal to minimum distance of 18
inches from the lattices.
Electrical interference.
Remove possible sources of electrical
interference such as computers, copiers,
TVs, electronic devices, or energy
management systems.
Incomplete walk-through test.
Test the system by walking completely
through the corridor.
Books not properly resensitized.
Resensitize book, check sensitizing method
and staff training.
System failure.
Place a service call.
Metal objects too close to a lattice.
Move all metal objects to a minimum of 3
feet from the lattice.
Marked book or strips too close to lattice.
Move the marked books to a minimum of 3
feet from the lattice.
Electrical interference.
Eliminate source of interference.
System failure.
Place a service call.
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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
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Detection system alarm log
Alarm
Date
Time
Patron
count
Reported by
Alarm
reason*
(1–5)
$ Value of
recovered
materials
Description of recovered materials
*Alarm reason:
1. Test
2. Upon entering
3. Failure to un-secure
4. Undetermined
5. Real alarm
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3M Service
Before you call for service, please have the following information available:
• The name, address, and phone number of your facility.
• Model number and serial number of the equipment (located on serial label)
• Description of the problem.
System information
Model Number:___________________________
Serial Number:____________________________
3M Service phone numbers
For questions regarding your system, call one of the following numbers.
In the United States
In Canada
In other countries
1-800-328-0067
English 1-800-268-6235
Français 1-800-567-3193
Call your local 3M office.
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