3 Configuring Screens
Buffer defines which of the three preconfigured buffers is used when the Screen with the embedded
CSA window is loaded.
On/Off Clipping Set Clipping to On to improve the 3-D presentation of the embedded CSA
and make it more "readable". When set to On, peaks in the spectral lines are artificially clipped at a certain
height (see "CSA Window Configuration Implications" on page 113). If Clipping is Off, peaks can be
displayed over the full window height which may result in a more cluttered presentation.
Frequency Scale defines the bandwidth displayed in the embedded CSA.
Configuring an Embedded Other Bed Window
For Screens with an embedded Other Bed window, you can configure which bed is displayed in the Other
Bed window each time the Screen is loaded.
To configure the embedded Other Bed window,
select the Other Bed window on the Screen
select the pop-up key My Care Group. This opens the Care Group menu where you can choose
between the following settings:
– Bed <xx> (Bed ID)
If you select a specific Bed ID, the monitor displays the associated bed every time the Screen is
loaded. If this bed is unavailable, the message "No data from bed" is shown in the embedded
– Any Bed
Select Any Bed if you want the monitor to display the first bed shown in the care group list. If this
bed is removed from the care group, the new first bed in the care group is automatically displayed.
The setting Any Bed might be unavailable if it has been disabled for this Screen using the Support
– Blank (Factory Default)
This is the factory default setting used on the "Other Bed" Screen that is part of the Support Tool
Screen library. If an embedded Other Bed window is configured to Blank, the window is empty
when the Screen is loaded.
At any time during monitoring, the user can select the Other Bed window and temporarily change the
Configuring Special Screen Settings