An Alarm Indicator on the MX40 main display communicates alarm/INOP
conditions that have not been acknowledged. The alarm indicator is
divided into two sections and appears in the upper right hand corner
normally occupied by the time display. The right section flashes for a
physiological alarm, except for short yellow alarms where the indicator will
light for approximately six seconds. The color is yellow or red
corresponding to the highest priority alarm currently present.
An unacknowledged physiological alarm and INOP appears as (portrait
An acknowledged physiological alarm and INOP with an additional
unacknowledged physiological alarm appears as (landscape view):
The left section lights continuously for a standard INOP and flashes for
INOPs configured as red or yellow alarms as follows:
If only patient alarms are present, and no INOPs, the patient alarms will
use both left and right sections to flash (for red and yellow alarms) or light
for approximately six seconds (for short yellow alarms). If only INOPs are
present, and no patient alarms, red and yellow INOPs will use both left and
right sections to flash, but standard INOPs will always light continuously in
the left section only.
Once all alarm/INOP conditions are acknowledged, the time display
The numeric of the measurement in alarm flashes.