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Philips FM20 Configuration Manual

Avalon fetal monitor, for monitor release j.3 with software revision j.3x.xx, patient monitoring.
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C on fi g ura t io n Gu i de
Avalon Fetal Monitor
FM20, FM30, FM40, FM50
For moni tor release J.3 wi th so ftware revisi on J. 3x.xx
Patient Monitori ng

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  • Page 1 C on fi g ura t io n Gu i de Avalon Fetal Monitor FM20, FM30, FM40, FM50 For moni tor release J.3 wi th so ftware revisi on J. 3x.xx Patient Monitori ng...
  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    Table of Contents 1 Release-Specific Information What's New in this Software Revision? 2 Understanding Configuration Who is this Guide for? Which Monitor Models is this Guide for? What is Configuration Mode? Who Can Change the Monitor Configuration? Avalon Fetal Monitor Software Understand the Configurable Software Elements Entering and Leaving Configuration Mode About the IntelliVue Support Tool...
  • Page 4 Configuring Fetal Recorder Settings Configuring NST Timer Configuring NST Report Configuring Bed Information Configuring Edit Notes 7 Global Settings Configuring General Global Settings Configuring Auto Free Settings Configuring Ask for new Pat Settings Demograph.Fields Settings Quick Admit Settings 8 Hardware Settings Configuring General Hardware Settings Configuring SRR Settings Configuring OBR (OB Radio) Settings...
  • Page 5: Release-specific Information

    Release-Specific Information What's New in this Software Revision? The following table lists the changes compared to the previous software release. Path Description Change, see... Main Setup > Measurements > NBP new measurement mode “Mode” on page 40 > Mode > Sequence Main Setup >...
  • Page 6 1 Release-Specific Information Path Description Change, see... Main Setup > Alarms > Alarm new setting “Keep Blinking” on page 55 Settings > Keep Blinking Main Setup > Alarms > Alarm new setting “Relay1 Sensitiv., Relay2 Sensitiv., Settings > Relay1 Sensitiv., Relay2 Relay3 Sensitiv.”...
  • Page 7: Understanding Configuration

    Not all information contained in this guide applies to all monitor models. If a certain section applies only to certain models, this is indicated next to the section heading. For example, if a certain section does not apply to the FM20 or FM30, or - in other words - only FM40 - FM50 applies to monitor models FM 40 or FM50, it would be indicated like this paragraph.
  • Page 8: What Is Configuration Mode

    2 Understanding Configuration What is Configuration Mode? The monitor ships with preset configurations that are suitable for common monitoring situations. To develop and store your own configurations, you must switch to the monitors Configuration Mode. Configuration Mode is a password-protected operating mode that lets expert users make permanent changes to the monitor's configuration.
  • Page 9: Avalon Fetal Monitor Software

    #C71 for the NST Trace Interpretation. • the configurable software (*.cfg) which is accessible with the IntelliVue Support Tool, e.g. H70 A01, 50Hz, Scale 240, VGA, FM20-50, NBP, NST TI, initial, J.30.01, Rev001.cfg • the individual transducer's software, e.g. the Toco MP software The graphic below shows these software elements.
  • Page 10: Monitor Settings

    2 Understanding Configuration WARNING • Some of the configurable software elements are not available in an Avalon fetal monitor. However, in the IntelliVue Support Tool's Configuration Editor they might be visible. • In order to keep the monitor working properly, you must not modify any of the following elements: –...
  • Page 11: Entering And Leaving Configuration Mode

    2 Understanding Configuration For a complete list of Hardware Settings, see “Hardware Settings” on page 95, or refer to the Service Guide of your monitor model provided on the Documentation DVD supplied with your monitor. Entering and Leaving Configuration Mode Switching between Monitoring Mode and Configuration Mode does not affect the Active Settings.
  • Page 12: About The Intellivue Support Tool

    To use the Support Tool, you must have a license key. To receive this license key, you must complete a special training. Please contact your local Philips Customer Response Center for further details. The Support Tool functionality your license key permits you to use, depends on your role (e.g.
  • Page 13: Configuring Active And Default Settings

    Configuring Active and Default Settings Avalon fetal monitors have different levels of settings. Active Settings The configuration that is used when the monitor is running are the Active Settings. They are representing the latest adjustments that were made by the user. The Active Settings are preserved over power fail, but are not permanently stored.
  • Page 14 3 Configuring Active and Default Settings In Configuration Mode only, these can be loaded into the Active Settings with: – > > Main Setup Defaults Factory Default You can use the Factory Defaults as the basis for producing your User Defaults. CAUTION This resets all settings to factory defined values, but be aware that some values will differ from those with which the fetal monitor was originally shipped from the factory After loading the Factory...
  • Page 15: Understanding Configuration Settings

    Understanding Configuration Settings The Avalon fetal monitor is shipped with pre-configured Factory Default settings. This section documents the factory default settings and lists the configuration implications that need to be considered when changing settings from their default. The configuration implications are only provided in this guide. You must read this document before you modify the monitor configurations.
  • Page 16: Understanding Configuration Implications

    4 Understanding Configuration Settings Setting Item Mode Factory Default Choice/Range Color Orange Red, Green, Yellow, Blue, Magenta, Cyan, White, Pink, Orange, Light Green, Light Red Setting Item The left most column in each table lists the individual configuration items. These items correspond to the menu items in the relevant setup menu at the monitor.
  • Page 17 4 Understanding Configuration Settings Generating a Configuration Report The Support Tool lets you generate a configuration report in .pdf format. The .pdf files generated by Avalon FM the Configuration Editor can be opened with Adobe Reader 6.0 or later. The latest version of the Rel.
  • Page 18 4 Understanding Configuration Settings A configuration report is the perfect documentation of an Avalon fetal monitor's configuration, when you hand it over to a customer: • The first page of the configuration report lists the complete information of this specific configuration, e.g.
  • Page 19 4 Understanding Configuration Settings Selecting the Settings Included in a Configuration Report The Configuration Editor lets you: • select which settings you want to include in the configuration report, and • store your selection for future use. To select the settings you want to include in the report: Select >...
  • Page 20 4 Understanding Configuration Settings If you now generate a Configuration Report, it will summarize the Measurement Settings only:...
  • Page 21 4 Understanding Configuration Settings Such a report is perfect to discuss all measurement settings of an Avalon fetal monitor with a customer. To save a particular selection of settings you want to include in the report for future use: In the Report Filter window, define the selection.
  • Page 22 4 Understanding Configuration Settings...
  • Page 23: Measurement Settings

    Measurement Settings This section lists all the settings grouped in the Measurement Settings block. They define how the monitor measures and displays patient data. Read all information on configuration implications at the end of each section before you make any configuration changes. Configuring FHR/DFHR Measurement Settings: Main Setup >...
  • Page 24 5 Measurement Settings FHR<n>, DFHR<1> Configuration Implications Select Audio This is not a setting. Press to select the audio source for an FHR/DFHR channel. Select Audio Audio Select Use the setting to automatically change the the FHR/DFHR audio to the Audio Select On Connect most recently connected FHR source.
  • Page 25 5 Measurement Settings FMP can be enabled from any FHR channel, even though the fetal movement detection itself only applies to FHR1 ArtifactSuppress Use the setting to enable ( ), or disable ( ) the artifact suppression. Rapid ArtifactSuppress DFHR changes, as e.g.
  • Page 26: Configuring Toco

    5 Measurement Settings Configuring Toco Measurement Settings: Main Setup > Measurements > Toco Toco Factory Default Settings Setting Item Mode Factory Default Choice/Range Set Baseline C, M Gain C, M 100% 50%, 100% Color Green Red, Green, Yellow, Blue, Magenta, Cyan, White, Pink, Orange, Light Green, Light Red Toco Configuration Implications Set Baseline...
  • Page 27: Configuring Iup

    5 Measurement Settings Configuring IUP Measurement Settings: Main Setup > Measurements > IUP Factory Default Settings Setting Item Mode Factory Default Choice/Range Zero IUP C, M Unit C, M mmHg mmHg, kPa Color Green Red, Green, Yellow, Blue, Magenta, Cyan, White, Pink, Orange, Light Green, Light Red IUP Configuration Implications Set Baseline...
  • Page 28: Configuring Hr From Mecg

    5 Measurement Settings Configuring HR from MECG Measurement Settings: Main Setup > Measurements > MECG HR (MECG) Factory Default Settings Setting Item Mode Factory Default Choice/Range High Limit C, M 120 bpm 31 to 300 bpm in steps of 1 bpm (31 to 40 bpm) in steps of 5 bpm (40 to 300 bpm) Low Limit C, M...
  • Page 29 5 Measurement Settings NOTE This setting is accessible in this menu, but is actually a Monitor Setting, see “QRS Volume” on page 58. Delta ExtrTachy, Delta ExtrBrady Extreme bradycardia and extreme tachycardia alarms are based on the limit alarms. Use the Δ...
  • Page 30 5 Measurement Settings NOTE • If you change on of the Color settings in the Setup MECG menu, this will also change it in the MECG menu and vice versa. Wave • The color settings for are independent. HR (MECG) Pulse (SpO2) •...
  • Page 31: Configuring Pulse (toco)

    5 Measurement Settings Configuring Pulse (Toco) Measurement Settings: Main Setup > Measurements > Pulse (Toco) Pulse (Toco) Factory Default Settings Setting Item Mode Factory Default Choice/Range Measurement Enabled Enabled, Disabled Trace C, M This setting is stored as a monitor setting, see “Trace” on page 68. "No MP"...
  • Page 32: Configuring Spo2

    5 Measurement Settings Configuring SpO2 Measurement Settings: Main Setup > Measurements > SpO2 SpO2 Factory Default Settings Setting Item Mode Factory Default Choice/Range High Limit C, M 51 to 100%, in 1% steps Low Limit C, M 50 to 99%, in 1% steps Desat Limit C, M 50 to 99%, in 1% steps...
  • Page 33 5 Measurement Settings Signal Quality Signal Quality , if you do not want the signal quality indicator to be displayed next to the SpO numeric on the Screen. NOTE The appearance of the signal quality indicator depends as well on the available space on the Screen, and might not be visible on some Screens although it is configured to Record on Trace Use the...
  • Page 34: Configuring Pulse From Spo2

    5 Measurement Settings Color Use the Color setting to define the SpO2 Pulse from SpO2 color. Configuring Pulse from SpO2 > > Measurement Settings: Main Setup Measurements Pulse Pulse (SpO2) Factory Default Settings Setting Item Mode Factory Default Choice/Range High Limit C, M 120 bpm 31 to 300 bpm...
  • Page 35 5 Measurement Settings QRS Volume QRS Volume setting defines the default volume of the QRS Tone . The QRS Tone is derived from either the , depending on which is currently selected as the MECG Pulse from SpO2 Alarm Source NOTE This setting is accessible in this menu, but is actually a Monitor Setting, see “QRS Volume”...
  • Page 36 5 Measurement Settings Color Use the Color setting to define the Pulse (SpO2) color. NOTE • The color settings for are independent. HR (MECG) Pulse (SpO2) • The color for Pulse (SpO2) can only be changed in the Setup SpO2 menu.
  • Page 37: Configuring Nbp

    5 Measurement Settings Configuring NBP Measurement Settings: Main Setup > Measurements > NBP Factory Default Settings Setting Item Mode Factory Default Choice/Range Alarms from C, M Sys. Sys., Dia., Mean, Sys & Dia, Dia & Mean, Sys & Mean, Sys&Dia&Mean Sys.High C, M 95 to 270 mmHg...
  • Page 38 5 Measurement Settings Setting Item Mode Factory Default Choice/Range Measurement Time Timestamp Time to Next Aging Time 10 min 1 min, 2 min, 2.5 min, 3 min, 5 min, 10 min, 15 min, 20 min, 30 min, 45 min, 1 h, 2 h Automatic Start Off, Slow, Fast Color...
  • Page 39 5 Measurement Settings Alarms from Issued Alarm Dia & Mean NBPm High Sys & Mean NBPm High Sys&Dia&Mean NBPm High Sys. High, Sys. Low, Dia. High, Dia. Low, Mean High, Mean Low Use the systolic, diastolic, and mean , settings to define the alarm <...
  • Page 40 5 Measurement Settings Repeat Time Use the Repeat Time setting to define the repetition times for the Auto mode of NBP measurements. This setting is only visible when Mode is set to Auto Mode Use the Mode setting to select the NBP measurement mode. Choices are Manual Auto , or...
  • Page 41 5 Measurement Settings Start Time If you set Start Time Synchronized , the monitor will time the second and subsequent measurements in a series to coincide with the next easy-to-document time. For example, if you start the first measurement at 08:23, and the Repetition Time is set to 10 minutes...
  • Page 42: Configuring Temperature

    5 Measurement Settings • : starts the measurement cycle within a few seconds. Fast Color Use the setting to define the NBP color. Color Configuring Temperature Global Settings: Main Setup > Measurements > Configure Temp The manually entered temperature measurement is actually a Global Setting. If you change Global Settings they do not need to be saved.
  • Page 43: Configuring Ittymp

    5 Measurement Settings Configuring iTtymp > > Measurement Settings: Main Setup Measurements iT<label> • iTtymp • iToral • iTcore • iTrect current infrared temperature (iT) label as transmitted by the infrared thermometer. iTtymp Factory Default Settings Setting Item Mode Factory Default Choice/Range High Limit C, M...
  • Page 44 5 Measurement Settings NOTE The label is currently not supported by the Covidien Genius 2 infrared thermometer. iTaxil WARNING The limit settings can be set differently for each label. Make sure that you configure alarm limit settings for all possible labels. Alarms Use the Alarms...
  • Page 45 5 Measurement Settings Enter Temp This is an operation only. It is not a setting. If you enter a value via the on-screen keyboard, the infrared temperature label automatically changes to Temp*...
  • Page 46 5 Measurement Settings...
  • Page 47: Monitor Settings

    Monitor Settings This section lists all the settings grouped in the Monitor Settings block. Read all information on configuration implications at the end of the relevant tables before you make any configuration changes. Understanding Monitor Settings What sets Monitor Settings apart from Measurement Settings, is that they are not specific to one measurement.
  • Page 48: Alarm Volume

    6 Monitor Settings Setting Item Mode Factory Default Choice/Range Alarm Sounds Traditional Traditional, ISO RedAlarmInterval 10 sec 5 sec, 10 sec, 15 sec Yel.Al. Interval 20 sec 10 sec, 20 sec, 30 sec Alarm Low 0 to 10 Red Alarm Volume AlarmVol.
  • Page 49 6 Monitor Settings The following table applies: Setting Alarm Type Visual Alarm Audible Alarm Red & Yellow Red Alarm Yellow Alarm Short Yellow Alarm Red INOP Yellow INOP Hard INOP Soft INOP Yellow Only Red Alarm Yellow Alarm Short Yellow Alarm Red INOP Yellow INOP Hard INOP...
  • Page 50 6 Monitor Settings Alarms Off Your monitor must be configured to Alarm Mode > to enable alarms in general. Use this setting to determine how long the monitor’s alarm capabilities will be switched off if the user selects the key. Possible choices are: Alarms Off Pause Alarms •...
  • Page 51 6 Monitor Settings NOTE INOP only mode, no patient alarms are enabled or indicated. No alarm limits or alarm off icons are displayed. No patient alarm settings are available in the setup menus. Visual Latching, Audible Latching The alarm latching settings define how the alarm indicators behave when you do not acknowledge them.
  • Page 52 6 Monitor Settings Red and Yellow Measurement Alarm Latching Behavior The following table explains the behavior if an alarm has not been acknowledged: Alarm Condition Non-latching alarms Visual and audible Visual latching, latching audible non-latching Alarm condition still Alarm lamp on present Alarm message visible Numeric flashing...
  • Page 53 Alarm Sounds Use this setting to change the alarm sound of the monitor to suit the alarm standards valid in your hospital. • : The traditional ("Carenet") sounds used in previous HP/Agilent/Philips patient Traditional monitor generations. • : A new set of alarm sounds that complies with the alarm standard IEC 60601-1-8 (referencing ISO 9703-2).
  • Page 54 6 Monitor Settings IncreaseVolDelay Use the IncreaseVolDelay setting to define the interval after which the Alarm Volume increases in steps. Choices are 10 sec 20 sec 30 sec The following example shows how the settings Alarm Volume Red Alarm Volume Yell.AlarmVolume , and work together in case of alarming (using the...
  • Page 55 6 Monitor Settings Keep Blinking Use the Keep Blinking setting to specify whether the numerics that are in an active alarm condition keep flashing even if all alarms are off or paused, or if individual alarms are switched off. Relay1 Sensitiv., Relay2 Sensitiv., Relay3 Sensitiv. settings define the alarm or INOP conditions that Relay1 Sensitiv.
  • Page 56: Configuring Inop Severity

    " INOP to be signaled as a cyan or red INOP. This INOP alerts the clinician when a device battery is almost empty and must be replaced. NOTE • The batteries of the Avalon FM20 and FM30 issue a yellow " " INOP. Battery Empty •...
  • Page 57: Configuring User Interface Settings

    NBP Sys/Dia only Yes, No Wave Line Style Thin Thin, Medium, Thick, Extra Thick Aged Numerics Standard Standard, Grayed Out, Blanked 1 QRS Type is a Global Setting, see “QRS Type” on page 86 only for FM20/FM30 with battery option...
  • Page 58 6 Monitor Settings User Interface Configuration Implications QRS Volume setting defines the default volume of the . The is derived from QRS Volume QRS Tone QRS Tone either the HR from MECG Pulse from SpO2 , depending on which is currently selected as the alarm source.
  • Page 59 6 Monitor Settings Touch ToneVolume Touch Tone Volume setting defines the volume of the tone you hear every time you select a field on the monitor's screen. You may want to set this to if you want to operate the monitor in a quiet environment.
  • Page 60 6 Monitor Settings Global SmartKeys Choices The complete list of Global SmartKeys in their sort order is: • FRStart/Stop • Start Rec • Stop Rec • PaperAdvance • Set Marker • Enter Notes • Record ECG • Stored Rec • NST Report •...
  • Page 61: Alarm Limits

    , the choice is equivalent to Standby Brightn. Optimum TransportBrightn setting defines the display brightness when the monitor is running on battery TransportBrightn FM20, FM30 power. For TransportBrightn , the choice Optimum is equivalent to with #25 only Display Units...
  • Page 62 6 Monitor Settings Aged Numerics The setting Aged Numerics determines the presentation of an aged numeric on the screen. The choices are: • Grayed Out ; an aged numeric is presented grayed out • ; an aged numeric disappears from the screen Blanked •...
  • Page 63: Configuring Fetal Recorder Settings

    6 Monitor Settings Configuring Fetal Recorder Settings Monitor Settings Main Setup > Fetal Recorder Fetal Recorder Factory Default Settings Setting Item Mode Factory Default Choice/Range Start/Stop C, M Paper Advance C, M Record ECG Wave C, M Stored Data Rec C, M 1, 2 Recorder Speed...
  • Page 64 6 Monitor Settings Record ECG Wave This is not a setting. Press Record ECG Wave to start recording the MECG DECG wave on the paper. Stored Data Rec This is not a setting. Press to open the window to select a patient Stored Data Rec Stored Data Recording for recording.
  • Page 65 6 Monitor Settings Wave Style ECG Use the Wave Style ECG settings to select one of the following Trace Styles • Thin • Medium • Thick • Extra Thick Your selection applies to waves as well as to waves. MECG DECG ECG Wave setting defines the recording format of ECG waves.
  • Page 66 6 Monitor Settings NST Autostart Use the NST Autostart setting to define if the fetal recorder starts when the NST Timer gets started or not. Choices are NST Autostop Use the setting to define if the fetal recorder automatically stops when the NST Autostop NST Timer elapsed or not.
  • Page 67 6 Monitor Settings Trace Separation If the Trace Separation setting is set to , the recorded FHR traces will be separated from each other with an offset as configured in the setting. Separation Order Choices are Separation Order Use the setting to define the order of the recorded FHR/DFHR traces if Separation Order Trace...
  • Page 68 6 Monitor Settings Trace Use the Trace setting to switch the trace capability of Pulse (Toco) On When switched off, the Pulse (Toco) trace will not be recorded, and the Pulse (Toco) trace date will also not be transmitted to a connected IntelliSpace Perinatal/OB TraceVue system. NOTE This setting appears only in the menu.
  • Page 69: Configuring Nst Timer

    6 Monitor Settings Configuring NST Timer Unique Monitor Settings Main Setup > NST Timer NST Timer Factory Default Settings Setting Item Mode Factory Default Choice/Range Run Time 20 min 10 min to 60 min, in steps of 5 min Notification Sound Alarm, Sound, No Sound Timer...
  • Page 70 6 Monitor Settings Timer Volume User the Timer Volume setting to define the volume of the notification sound, in case the Notification setting is set to Alarm Sound Choices are from...
  • Page 71: Configuring Nst Report

    6 Monitor Settings Configuring NST Report Monitor Settings Main Setup > NST Report > Setup NST Report Factory Default Settings Setting Item Mode Factory Default Choice/Range NST Analysis C, M On, Off Guideline NICHD 2008, v01 NICHD 2008, v01 Report Recording C, M Immediately Manual, After Recorder Stop, Immediately...
  • Page 72 6 Monitor Settings Report Recording Use the Report Recording setting to select what triggers the NST Report • Manual A report will be recorded, when you select the Record Report pop-up key. • After Recorder Stop A report will automatically be recorded as soon as the recorder is idle. •...
  • Page 73 6 Monitor Settings Baseline Low Use the Baseline Low setting to define the lowest baseline value acceptable for an NST Report . Choices , in steps of 10 bpm. 60 bpm 140 bpm This setting is only available if the parameter is set to Baseline Limits Manual...
  • Page 74 6 Monitor Settings NST Report Recording Use Models In the following use models, the NST trace interpretation and the NST Report can run in the background. The main difference of these use models is to either use the online on the NST Report Avalon fetal monitor’s screen, or to print out the NST Report...
  • Page 75 6 Monitor Settings Focus on Paper-Based Use Models Recording Trace and NST Report Automatically This is the factory default behavior of your Avalon fetal monitor. To configure this use model, configure the following settings: Setting Item Mode Main Setup > NST Report > Setup > Setup NST Report > Report Recording > Immediately C, M Main Setup >...
  • Page 76 6 Monitor Settings Recording Trace Automatically and NST Report Manually After Recorder Stop To configure this use model, configure the following settings: Setting Item Mode Main Setup > NST Report > Setup > Setup NST Report > Report Recording > After Recorder C, M Stop Main Setup >...
  • Page 77 6 Monitor Settings Recording Trace Continuously and NST Report Manually To configure this use model, configure the following settings: Setting Item Mode Main Setup > NST Report > Setup > Setup NST Report > Report Recording > Manual C, M Main Setup >...
  • Page 78 6 Monitor Settings Recording NST Report Only and Automatically To configure this use model, configure the following settings: Setting Item Mode Main Setup > NST Report > Setup > Setup NST Report > Report Recording > Immediately C, M Main Setup > NST Report > Setup > Setup NST Report > Auto Trace Rec > No Main Setup >...
  • Page 79 6 Monitor Settings Focus on Paper-Saving Use Models NST Status Display Only To configure this use model, configure the following settings: Setting Item Mode Main Setup > NST Report > Setup > Setup NST Report > Report Recording > Manual C, M Main Setup >...
  • Page 80 6 Monitor Settings Recording NST Report and Stored Trace On Demand To configure this use model, configure the following settings: Setting Item Mode Main Setup > NST Report > Setup > Setup NST Report > Report Recording > Manual C, M Main Setup >...
  • Page 81 6 Monitor Settings Stored Trace Recording On Demand for Ongoing NST Trace Interpretation To configure this use model, configure the following settings: Setting Item Mode Main Setup > NST Report > Setup > Setup NST Report > Report Recording > Manual C, M Main Setup >...
  • Page 82 6 Monitor Settings Recording NST Report Automatically and Stored Trace Automatically if Criteria Not Met To configure this use model, configure the following settings: Setting Item Mode Main Setup > NST Report > Setup > Setup NST Report > Report Recording > Immediately C, M Main Setup >...
  • Page 83: Configuring Bed Information

    6 Monitor Settings Configuring Bed Information Monitor Settings Main Setup > Bed Information Bed Information Factory Default Setting Setting Item Mode Factory Default Choice/Range IP OB Server 0.0.0.0 Bed Information Configuration Implications IP OB Server Use the IP OB Server setting to define the IP address of the OB server.
  • Page 84 6 Monitor Settings Setting Item Mode Factory Default Choice/Range Note <15> Micro Blood Analysis free configurable, maximum 30 characters Instead of the setting item the given name is shown in the monitor. Note <1 to 15> Edit Notes Configuration Implications Your monitor has a set of 15 factory pre-configured notes (see table above).
  • Page 85: Global Settings

    ConfirmAlarmsOff Yes, No LAN Data Export All, Anonymous, Off geography-specific factory default setting FM20/FM30 with battery option (#E25) only Global Settings Configuration Implications Line Frequency Use the setting to configure the correct line frequency for the AC power, either Line Frequency 50 Hz .
  • Page 86 . If Power Loss Sound Enabled Disabled FM20, FM30 , a sound will be generated whenever the main power is lost or the power cord is disconnected Enabled with #25 only while the monitor is running.
  • Page 87: Configuring Auto Free Settings

    7 Global Settings LAN Data Export The setting LAN Data Export lets you configure how much of the MIB data export information is sent via the LAN interface: • : full functionality, all available MIB data export information is sent. •...
  • Page 88 7 Global Settings • • Never When the monitor is switched on again, it is ready to monitor a new patient.
  • Page 89: Configuring Ask For New Pat Settings

    7 Global Settings Configuring Ask for new Pat Settings Global Settings Main Setup > Global Settings > Ask for new Pat Ask for new Pat Factory Default Settings Setting Item Mode Factory Default Choice/Range Power Off Never 1 min, 10 min, 30 min, 1 h, 3 h, 8 h, Never Standby Never 1 min, 10 min, 30 min, 1 h, 3 h, 8 h, Never...
  • Page 90: Demograph.fields Settings

    7 Global Settings Demograph.Fields Settings Global Settings Main Setup > Global Settings > Demograph.Fields Demograph.Fields Factory Default Settings Setting Item Mode Factory Default Choice/Range Last Name Optional Required, Optional, Hidden First Name Optional Required, Optional, Hidden Middle Name Hidden Required, Optional, Hidden Alias Hidden Optional, Hidden...
  • Page 91 7 Global Settings • can only be used if this parameter supported by the OB information system. Alias • If connected to IntelliSpace Perinatal (ISP), the ISP Alias name overwrites the on the Last Name screen and in the patient documentation of the monitor. Lifetime ID, Encounter ID Configure Lifetime Id...
  • Page 92 7 Global Settings Demographic Fields Configuration Dependencies from OB System Topology and Revision CAUTION Only configure optional demographic fields as visible (on) that are supported by the connected IntelliSpace Perinatal/OB TraceVue system. Avalon FM Avalon FM Avalon FM configuration in configuration in LAN configuration in LAN RS232 installations...
  • Page 93: Quick Admit Settings

    7 Global Settings Quick Admit Settings Global Settings Main Setup > Global Settings > Quick Admit Quick Admit Factory Default Settings Setting Item Mode Factory Default Choice/Range Last Name On, Off First Name On, Off Middle Name On, Off Lifetime ID On, Off Encounter ID On, Off...
  • Page 94 7 Global Settings...
  • Page 95: Hardware Settings

    Hardware Settings This section lists all Hardware Settings. This settings are set once per monitor. Any changes you make to the hardware settings configuration are automatically stored, there is no need to save them in an extra step. Most Hardware Settings: •...
  • Page 96 8 Hardware Settings General Hardware Settings Configuration Implications Standby Image setting lets you change the presentation of the Standby screen. Standby Image Choices are: • Boot Image The Standby screen shows the boot image, see image below: • Moving Image The Standby screen shows a black screen with an image moving across the screen, similar to a screen saver, see image below:...
  • Page 97 8 Hardware Settings Interfaces Interfaces and input device settings can be changed in Service Mode only and allow technical personnel to configure the behavior of connected interface boards and input devices. For detailed configuration implications, please refer to the latest Avalon Fetal Monitor Service Guide. Data Export 1 Use the setting to determine the port speeds (baud rate) for the MIB/RS232 data output...
  • Page 98: Configuring Srr Settings

    8 Hardware Settings Configuring SRR Settings Hardware Settings Main Setup > Hardware SRR Channel settings only apply for monitors that have a short range radio interface installed. They must be set to match the hospital’s wireless infrastructure. settings will be set by service SRR Channel personnel at installation.
  • Page 99 NOTE • FDA market clearance for MBAN is pending for the USA. • For detailed instructions on setting up in a new or existing wireless infrastructure, SRR Channel refer to the Avalon Service Guide, and contact a Philips service representative.
  • Page 100: Configuring Obr (ob Radio) Settings

    Depending on the hospital’s existing wireless infrastructure, a number of channels might already be occupied by other wireless applications. For detailed instructions on setting up OBR channels in a new or existing wireless infrastructure, refer to the Avalon Fetal Monitor Service Guide and contact a Philips service representative.
  • Page 101: Configuring Bed Information Hardware Settings

    8 Hardware Settings Configuring Bed Information Hardware Settings Hardware Settings Main Setup > Bed Information Bed Information Hardware Factory Default Settings Setting Item Mode Factory Default Choice/Range Equipment Label C, S <empty> IP Config BOOTP BOOTP, DHCP, DHCP Restr. Manual IP Address 0.0.0.0 Subnet Mask...
  • Page 102 8 Hardware Settings exchanging, repairing, or adding devices on the network at a later time. The customer is responsible for complying with common network configuration rules. IP Address If the is set to 0.0.0.0, all network parameters are dynamically requested from a BOOTP IP Address server.
  • Page 103: Index

    Index "No MP" Warning Implications Confirmed Stop Bed Information Factory Default Cuff NotDeflated Setting Cuff Overpress Bed Information Hardware Factory Default About the IntelliVue Support Tool CyanRelayLatency, Yel.RelayLatency Settings Active Settings Bed Information Hardware Settings Aged Numerics Configuration Implications Aging Time Data Export 1 Bridge Paperout Alarm Limits...
  • Page 104 FHR, DFHR Configuration IUP Configuration Implications OBR Factory Default Settings Implications IUP Factory Default Settings Operation Mode FHR, DFHR Factory Default Settings Focus on Paper-Based Use Models Focus on Paper-Saving Use Models Keep Blinking Paper Advance Frequency Band Keyboard Paper Save Mode Pause Al.
  • Page 105 Relay1 Sensitiv., Relay2 Sensitiv., Relay3 Toco Configuration Implications Sensitiv. Toco Factory Default Settings Release-Specific Information Tone Mod. Type Reminder Time Tone Modulation Repeat Time Touch ToneVolume Report Recording Trace Revision Trace Separation Run Time Trace Styles FHR1/FHR2/FHR3, Toco, TransportBrightn Scale Type Select Audio Selecting the Settings Included in a Understand the Configurable Software...
  • Page 108 Part Number 453564488781 Published in Germany 03/14 *453564488781*...

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