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4 Configuration Settings Appendix
Multiple Display Configuration Implications
Display Layout This setting can be changed in service mode only. For detailed configuration
implications, refer to the MX800, MP80/MP90 IntelliVue Service Guide.
Display 1 / Display 2 / Display 3 These settings can be changed in service mode only.
For detailed configuration implications, refer to the MX800, MP80/MP90 IntelliVue Service Guide.
Oper. 1 Windows / Oper. 2 Windows These settings can be changed in service mode only.
For detailed configuration implications, refer to the MX800, MP80/MP90 IntelliVue Service Guide.
FMS 1 Keys defines on which display a setup menu or application window appears when any of the
hard keys on a plug-in module in FMS 1 is pressed. If the configured display is not available, the monitor
automatically uses Display 1.
FMS 2 Keys defines on which display a setup menu or application window appears when any of the
hard keys on a plug-in module in FMS 2 is pressed. If the configured display is not available, the monitor
automatically uses Display 1.
GM Keys defines on which display the gas monitor setup menu appears when the Setup Airway Gases
key on the gas monitor front panel is pressed. If the configured display is not available, the monitor
automatically uses Display 1.
Meas. Sel.Window defines on which display the Measurement Selection window pops up if Meas.
Selection (see see "Configuring User Interface Settings" on page 126) is configured to Window, and
a label conflict occurs, and no other menu/window is open at the same time. If the configured display is
not available, the monitor automatically uses Display 1.
ADT Window defines on which display the Patient Demographics window pops up, if a patient
identification mismatch occurs and no other menu/window is open at the same time. If the configured
display is not available, the monitor automatically uses Display 1.
Timer Window defines on which display the Timers window pops up when a timer expires and the
Auto Window setting for that timer is set to Yes (see see "Configuring Timers" on page 158), and no
other menu/window is open at the same time. If the configured display is not available, the monitor
automatically uses Display 1.
ProtWatch Window defines on which display the ProtocolWatch window pops up when the
protocol currently running requires a user response. If the configured display is not available, the monitor
automatically uses Display 1.
Event Surv. Window defines on which display the Event Episode window pops up when an event
occurs and the Notification Type of an event group is configured to ** Alarm (PopUp) or
***Alarm (PopUp). If the configured display is not available, the monitor automatically uses
Display 1.
Configuring Video Settings
Video settings can be changed in service mode only and allow technical personnel to set the correct
resolution, type, and size for connected display(s). For detailed configuration implications on these
settings, please refer to the latest IntelliVue Patient Monitor Service Guide.
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