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Audio Tones and Alarm Indications

The following table describes the audio tones and alarm indications, when they occur, and their
meaning.
Alarm tone volume levels exceed 60 dB. See the HeartStart MRx Service Manual for alarm signal
N O T E
pressure ranges.
Table 100Audio Tones
Tone/Indication
Single beep.
Continuous tone, lower pitch than charged tone. Charging tone. Generated when the Charge button is pressed and
Continuous tone.
Periodic chirp.
Continuous tone, alternating pitch.
Tone repeated once a second.
Red alarm indicator message for applicable HR/
arrhythmia, apnea, extreme desat and pressure
disconnect alarms.
High pitched tone repeated five times followed
by a pause.
Red alarm indicator message for applicable HR/
arrhythmia, apnea, extreme desat and pressure
disconnect alarms.
Tone repeated every two seconds, lower pitch
than red alarm tone.
Yellow alarm indicator message for applicable
HR/arrhythmia, SpO
, NBP, Invasive Pressures,
2
Temperature, Pulse and EtCO
Lower pitched tone is repeated three times,
followed by a pause.
Yellow alarm indicator message for applicable
HR/arrhythmia, SpO
, NBP, Invasive Pressures,
2
Temp, Pulse and EtCO
alarms.
2
Tone repeated every two seconds, lower pitch
then yellow alarm tone.
Cyan indicator message.
Lower pitched tone is repeated twice, followed by
a pause.
Cyan indicator message.
Tone occurring synchronously with each heart
beat.
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Definition
Message tone. Accompanies a new message on the display. Informational
such as switching to the other battery.
continues until the device is fully charged.
Charged tone. Generated when the selected defibrillation energy is
reached and continues until the Shock button is pressed, the [Disarm]
soft key is pressed, or the device disarmed automatically after the
configured time had elapsed since pressing the Charge button.
Low battery or RFU failure. Repeated periodically while the condition
exists.
Device will shut down in one minute.
Philips' Red Alarm Tone:
Generated while at least one red alarm is occurring.
IEC Red Alarm Tone:
Generated while at least one red alarm is occurring.
Philips' Yellow Alarm Tone:
Generated while at least one yellow alarm is occurring.
alarms.
2
IEC Yellow Alarm Tone:
Generated while at least one yellow alarm is occurring
Philips' INOP Tone:
Generated while at least one INOP condition is occurring.
IEC INOP Tone:
Generated while at least one INOP condition is occurring.
QRS tone.
Audio Tones and Alarm Indications

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