4 Configuration Settings Appendix
1.Setting only available if a four-channel recorder is available and selected.
2.Realtime C recordings not available on MP2, MP5, and MP20/30 monitors.
3.HiRes Trend recordings not available on MP2 monitors.
For information on configuring Vital Signs Recordings, see see "Configuring Vital Signs Recording" on
Recordings Configuration Implications
ECG Gain This defines how every recorded ECG wave, irrespective of template or recording type, will
appear on the recorder strip. This does not affect the displayed ECG wave, or printed ECG reports. Set
ECG Gain to Auto to use the same scale as the ECG wave on the monitor screen.
Central Config This setting defines for a central recording whether the layout of the recording
(waves, speed, overlap, etc.) is defined by the bedside or the Information Center.
Select No to use the layout defined in the monitor, select Yes to use the layout defined in the Information
When a telemetry device is paired with a bedside monitor, the ECG waveforms available at the
Information Center are provided by the telemetry device. If the recorder is set to Central, and
Central Config is set to Yes, the waveforms recorded will be the telemetry ECG waveforms, Pleth
from telemetry if available and then any other waveforms from the bedside (except ECG). If the recorder is
set to Central, and Central Config is set to No, the bedside monitor will send the request for the
recording based on its configuration. If none of the waves are available at the Information Center, it will
record the waves based on the layout defined in the Information Center. For example, if the requested
recording is configured to be Primary ECG (bedside ECG) and ABP and there is no ABP waveform
available, the recording will be the paired telemetry ECG waveforms.
MP20 - MP90
x 2 cm/min
Unique Monitor Settings
not applicable, the
MP2/X2 does not