The host monitor is the master of all ADT information. ADT operations on the monitor in
companion mode are disabled, and any pending actions on the monitor in companion mode (for
example, admit or end case) are canceled.
The date and time of the monitor in companion mode is synchronized with that of the host
An X2 switches on automatically when connected to a running host monitor.
When an X2 is disconnected from a running host monitor, the X2 continues to run without
interruption on battery power.
When an X2 is used with host monitors having different software revisions, be aware that
functionality set up in a monitor with a newer revision will disappear when the X2 is connected to
a monitor with an older revision without that functionality. For example, if an X2 is used with a
revision H monitor and has been set up to alarm on Afib, this alarm will no longer exist when the
X2 is connected to a revision G monitor. If you work in a mixed software environment, inform
yourself about the differences between revisions by referring to the What's New chapter.
Event surveillance in the monitor in companion mode is disabled. Main Setup menu operations
and SmartKeys are disabled. While connected to a host monitor, no new events are detected in the
monitor in companion mode, and no events are deleted. There is no transfer of stored events from
the monitor in companion mode to the host monitor. After disconnection from the host monitor,
event surveillance is enabled again in the monitor in companion mode, and new events are