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Monitor Database Configuration - Philips IntelliVue MX800 IntelliVue MP2 Configuration Manual

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4 Configuration Settings Appendix
Bed Information Configuration Implications
Equipment Label The equipment label must be entered for each individual monitor. It is stored
with the monitor, it is not cloned. If the monitor is connected to an Information Center, the equipment
label on the bedside monitor is the equivalent of the monitor label on the Information Center. These
labels must match exactly. The maximum length for the equipment label is 16 characters; Note that as the
IntelliVue Information Center will display only up to 12 characters, if your monitor will be connected to
an Information Center, you should use labels not longer than 12 characters.
Hospital Label The hospital label must be entered for each individual monitor. It is stored with the
monitor, it is not cloned. Note that as an Information Center will display only up to 12 characters, if your
monitor will be connected to an Information Center, you should use labels not longer than 12 characters.
The maximum length for the hospital label is 30 characters.
IP Address This setting will typically be configured by service personnel at installation. See the
IntelliVue Service Guide for details.
Subnet Mask This setting will typically be configured by service personnel at installation. See the
IntelliVue Service Guide for details.
Default Gateway This setting will typically be configured by service personnel at installation. See
the IntelliVue Service Guide for details.
IGMP This setting will typically be configured by service personnel at installation. See the IntelliVue
Service Guide for details.
CI Mode This setting will typically be configured by service personnel at installation. See the IntelliVue
Service Guide for details.
CI Address This setting will typically be configured by service personnel at installation. See the
IntelliVue Service Guide for details.
CI TTL This setting will typically be configured by service personnel at installation. See the IntelliVue
Service Guide for details.

Monitor Database Configuration

Main Setup -> Databases -> Database Config
The monitor's database is divided into sections that store events, trends, calculations, and print
information separately. In config mode, you can configure the size of the trends, events, and print sections
to suit your monitoring needs. The overall database size is defined by the purchased database option.
Select Main Setup -> Databases -> Database Config to enter the Database
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Configurations menu.
To configure the database,
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a. you can use the pop-up keys to change the overall database configuration,
– Select the Select Smallest pop-up key to select the configuration that takes up least database
space. This setting applies across all database sections.
– Select the Select Default pop-up key to return to the default configuration.
– Select the Select Active pop-up key to return to the configuration that was loaded prior to
your changes. This cancels any changes you have made.
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Monitor Database Configuration

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