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Measurement Server Theory Of Operation - Philips M3001A Service Manual

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• Transfer data between Monitors. The M3001A supports data transfer to and from the Intel-
liVue family of patient monitors.
Settings Transfer
The Measurement Server can be transported from one Monitor to another and still keep its
measurement settings. The settings (such as alarm limits) are stored inside the server. This
behaviour permits fast and easy transport.
Alarms Reset
The Silence/Reset key on the Measurement Server allows you to silence alarm tones, while
retaining visual alarm messages (depending on your Monitor's configuration).
Server-to-Monitor Link Bar
A single connector (sometimes referred to as the Server-to-Monitor connector or link bar)
allows quick and easy connection to a Monitor. This allows the Monitor to show waves and
alarms from the Measurement Server.
The interface subsystem consists of the physical interface to the Monitor or the Measurement
Server Extension and controlling software.
Digitized patient information transmitted over the link bar may be waves (for ECG, pressure,
respiration, pleth); numeric information (for heart rate/pulse, pressure values, SpO
respiration rate); or alert information (for alarms and assorted status information).
For Service Procedures there is a special Service Link Bar, which is used in place of the
standard Link Bar.

Measurement Server Theory of Operation

The Measurement Server is prepared with software divided into four major conceptual layers.
The Measurement Server software communicates with the Monitor via a normal local area
network (LAN) link. The four conceptual layers of the Server software are divided as
• The First Layer—This consists of the operating system which passes messages between
the various major sections of the software. As well, the operating system performs system
initialization, background error checking, and checking while the software is running.
• The Second Layer—This consists of the monitoring management system. This layer
includes the following software:
Introduction to the Instrument
Alarm software.
Record software.
Trend database software.
Measurement Server Theory of Operation


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