After a patient discharge, the monitor's default Screen is shown. Modified Screens are still available in
If the monitor is switched off and then on again, modified Screens are erased from the monitor's
memory and cannot be recalled. If a modified Screen was the last active Screen when the monitor was
switched off, it is retained (unless
Connecting Additional Displays to the Monitor
You can connect a second display, showing the same Screen as the main display, to your monitor, for
If you have the optional independent display interface, you can connect a second display which can be
configured and operated individually using standard input devices.
For monitors with multiple displays and multiple input devices, the usage and behavior can be
configured according to specific requirements at installation (for example, use for two independent
operators or tracking of mouse input across two displays). For details refer to the Service Guide.
When two operators are using two displays, the scope of an action depends on the type of operation:
Patient monitoring operations such as Silence or Pause alarms take effect for the monitor as a
whole, the results will be seen on both displays.
Display operations such as the
display being operated.
If you are operating two displays with one remote control, to navigate from one display to another:
Move the highlight to the
The highlighting moves to a special "jump" field at the edge of the Screen.
Press the navigation knob on the remote control to confirm; the highlighting will automatically
move to the other display.
The content of each Screen can be changed individually as described in the previous section. If you are
operating two displays, you can choose Screens for both displays from one location:
list of available Screens.
When two displays are mounted next to each other or one above the other, a special Screen can be
assigned which spans across both displays. The Screen content for these Tall and Wide Screens can
then use the increased area available with two displays. These Screens appear in the Screen list with a
special Tall Screen or Wide Screen symbol.
Certain windows (for example: cardiac output procedure) can only be shown on one display at a time.
If you try to open one of these windows when it is already shown on another display, you will see a
blank gray window with a cross through it.
in the monitor info line of the first display,
, then select the Screen you want to appear on that display from the
is configured to
key and Back hardkey will take effect only on the
key and then turn one click further.