Monitoring with the Monitor
You can use a monitor without a network connection to view measurement data from a telemetry
transceiver at the bedside. You can also use the monitor to make additional measurements and send
this measurement data to the Information Center via the telemetry transceiver. The monitor can so be
used as a mobile viewer and measurement device, and is set up to simplify the assign/unassign
procedures when used with short range radio.
Monitor and Telemetry Transceiver Requirements
The monitor and the telemetry transceiver need a direct connection via a short range radio link. Not all
revisions of the telemetry transceiver can be used directly with the monitor, if you connect a device that
cannot be used you will see a TELE UNSUPPORTED INOP.
Data Sent to the Information Center
The data sent to the Information Center includes numerics from NBP, SpO
predictive temperature. INOPs from these measurements, battery INOPs and a general INOP
generated by alarms from any other measurement (MORE BED ALARMS) will also be transmitted.
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The monitor must be configured appropriately to support direct connection to a telemetry transceiver;
refer to the Configuration Guide for details.
Changing Assignment to a New Telemetry Transceiver
Assign the telemetry transceiver to the monitor; see "Assigning a Telemetry Transceiver with an
SRR Adapter to a Monitor" on page 179.
Make the required measurements; the data will be automatically sent to the Information Center via
the telemetry transceiver.
It is not necessary to unassign the telemetry transceiver. This will happen automatically when the
next telemetry transceiver is assigned. The patient is also discharged (if configured), ensuring that
the measurement data is erased before data from the next patient appears. Always assign the
telemetry transceiver before you start making measurements.
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