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Wearable patient monitor.
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Alarm Text
TELE BATT EMPTY
Note —
This INOP may
also be configured to
display as a Red or
Yellow Technical Alarm.
Source - MX40
TELE BATTERY TEMP
Source - MX40
TELE CHECK BATT
Source - MX40
TELE INCOMPATIBLE
Source - Monitor
TELE MALFUNCTION
Source - MX40
TRANSMITTER OFF
Source - MX40
4-20
Alarms
Priority
Condition
Hard,
Lithium-ion battery
level is critically low. A
Latched
10-minute countdown
begins. The MX40 will
shutdown if the
condition is not
cleared.
Note —
For
Information Center
Release L or M, this
INOP will appear as
"REPLACE BATTERY
T".
Hard
The temperature of the
lithium-ion battery is
above 55
o
-5
o
C.
Note —
For
Information Center
Release L or M, this
INOP will appear as
"REPLACE BATTERY
T"
Soft
Lithium-ion battery has
< 25 charge cycles
remaining before
reaching the charge
cycle maximum limit.
Hard
MX40s and bedside
monitors equipped with
short-range radio
capability are not
supported with this
revision of the
Information Center
Hard
MX40 malfunction or
self-test failure.
Hard
RF Auto Shutoff after
10 minutes of all leads
off and no SpO
connected.
What to do
Insert a charged lithium-ion
battery pack.
Replace the lithium-ion
battery.
C or below
Be aware that the Lithium-ion
battery pack will soon need
replacement.
Contact Service. The
Information Center needs to
be upgraded to support this
functionality.
Contact Service to replace
the MX40.
Reattach ECG leads to
patient.
sensor
2
Reattach SpO
sensor.
2

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