16 Assigning Two Devices to One Patient
Telemetry Data Window
The measurements from the telemetry device are shown in the telemetry data window on the monitor
when there is no direct connection via cable or short range radio link.
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WARNING All data presented in the telemetry data window are delayed for several seconds.
For MP5 only: If you need realtime data, for example for defibrillation, always use the monitor ECG
instead of telemetry. As long as the ECG is being measured with the telemetry device there will be no
ECG signal available at the ECG analog output or ECG Sync Pulse output.
Direct Connection - Automatic Pairing
The following direct connections are possible:
• a TRx+4841A Intellivue Telemetry system transceiver connected via short range radio (SRR) link to
an MP5 with SRR capability.
• a TRx+4841A Intellivue Telemetry system transceiver connected to an MP5 directly with a cable.
• an MP5, declared as a telemetry device, and connected with an MSL cable to a monitor (MP20-90).
If a telemetry device is connected to a monitor directly with a cable, or if it is assigned to a monitor via
a direct short range radio link, the monitor and the telemetry device are automatically paired at the
Information Center (if configured).
The measured data from the telemetry device — ECG and, if available, SpO
monitor screen and will be sent through the monitor to the Information Center. The ECG waves and
numerics appear in place of the monitor's own ECG, and SpO
measurement. When ECG is measured with the telemetry device there will be no Respiration
When you disconnect the cable, the devices remain paired until you Unpair them at the monitor or
Information Center. When the devices are paired but disconnected, the telemetry data is displayed on
the screen as described in "Telemetry Data Window" on page 196.
How Can You Combine Devices?
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