When you install any software on the iPC you are responsible for ensuring that the resulting system
complies with all relevant local regulations.
Starting the iPC
Your monitor may be configured to have the iPC start up automatically when the monitor is switched
on. If not:
Viewing the iPC Desktop on the Monitor Display
If the Desktop is not displayed on the monitor display:
Select the iPC key
To hide the Desktop again, select
There are special iPC screens available that use the full height of the screen for the iPC Desktop. The
monitoring screen content is then arranged on the right side of the screen. Such iPC screens may be
loaded automatically when the iPC key is selected. In this case the
screen and the regular screen.
Adjusting the iPC Audio Volume
The Audio from the iPC is normally configured to be off. However, your monitor may have the iPC
audio configured on for use with specific PC applications.
Always minimize the iPC audio volume or mute it completely when it is not needed for an iPC
application. This will avoid iPC tones distracting from or masking tones from the monitor.
Using Input Devices with the iPC and Monitor
You can connect input devices such as a mouse, trackball and keyboard to the rear of the patient
monitor (using the left hand row of USB connectors) and use them for input to the monitor.
Correspondingly you can connect input devices to the rear of the patient monitor (using the right
hand row of USB connectors) or to the front USB connector and use them for the iPC. Input devices
connected to the iPC can also be shared with the patient monitor. Sharing input devices and
touchscreen input requires a specific software application; refer to the IntelliVue XDS Application
Instructions for Use for details.
If the iPC is switched off when input devices are shared, any input devices connected to it will not be
available for use with the monitor.
Switch PC on
key, to give you a fast and easy method to switch back and forth between the iPC
to start the iPC.
Show PC Window
key is replaced by a