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4 Configuration Settings Appendix
Factory Defaults
Item Name
Oper.
MX800,
Mode
MP20 - MP90
(H10/20/40)
C M Profile
Adult
Alarms from
x
x Sys.
Sys. High
x
x 160
Sys. Low
x
x 90
Alarms
x
x On
Repetition Time x
x 15 min
Mode
x
x Auto
Done Tone
x
Off
NBP Time
x
not applicable, this setting is stored in the Monitor Settings Block: see "Configuring User Interface Settings" on
page 126.
Item Name The leftmost column in each table lists the individual configuration items. The names and
order of these items correspond to those of the menu items in the related setup menu in the monitor.
Oper. Mode These two columns indicate in which operating mode the setting is available/visible. If both
columns are marked with an "x", the setting is available in both modes. If only one column is marked, the
setting is available in the corresponding mode only. Abbreviations used for the operating modes in this
guide are: C for Configuration mode, M for Monitoring mode, S for Service mode.
Monitor Models (Options) This section lists the actual factory default settings for each configuration
item. Some factory default settings may differ between different monitor models or H (application area)
options. If this is the case, this section will be divided into subsections. In the above example, you see the
following subsections:
• MX800, MP20 - MP90 with options H10, H20, or H40 (i.e. all except H30),
• MX800, MP5 - MP90 with option H30
• MP20 with model option M20 or M21, MP5 with options H10, H20, or H40, and MP2/X2
• MP5T and MP5 with options B10, B11, or B14
• MP2/X2 (Profile Outdoor only)
Some settings are only entered once per table row with the table entry extended to cover all columns. In
our example, you can see this for the settings Alarms from and Alarms. These settings are the same
across all monitor models, options, and profiles and are therefore only entered once in the table, in the
leftmost column.
Profile Adult / Profile Pedi / Profile Neo / Profile Outdoor All IntelliVue monitor models are shipped
with different profiles to accommodate different monitoring environments and patient categories.
Therefore, the default values for some settings differ between different profiles. In the example table above,
you can see this for the settings Sys. High, Sys Low, and Mode for which the subsections are
divided into different columns representing the different profiles. The column headings correspond to the
names of the profiles in the monitor, for example Profile Adult, or Profile Outdoor.
30
MX800,
MP5 - MP90
(H30)
Profile
Profile
Profile
Profile
Pedi
Neo
Adult
Pedi
120
90
180
70
40
70
3 min
Ma-
nual
On
MP20 (M20/M21)
MP5 (H10/20/40)
MP2/X2
Profile
Profile
Profile
Profile
Neo
Adult
Pedi
Neo
10 min
Off
About Configuration Settings
MP5T,
MP2/X2
MP5 (B10/B11/B14)
Profile
Profile
Profile
Profile
Adult
Pedi
Neo
Outdoor
160
90
10 min
15 min
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