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7 Telemetry Device and CL Pods Use Models
• Check to ensure that you have chosen the correct device to pair with.
• Make sure that the device you have chosen is not already paired to another sector, if it is paired to
another sector, click on sector setup and unpair your device from this sector.
I am getting a message on the bottom of the screen that says "Telemetry data available but no
telemetry screen is available in the monitor", what can I do?
• Ensure that you have a telemetry device screen in your monitor configuration.
I am getting a message on the bottom of the screen that says "This screen does not show
telemetry data", what should I do?
• Change the screen to a telemetry device screen to view telemetry device data.
• Check the settings for Telemetry screen under Network in configuration, ensure that it is not set
to Off.
Short-Range Radio (SRR) Error Conditions
The following table describes error conditions that may occur when the telemetry device is paired with the
monitor (MP5, MP2, and X2 IntelliVue Patient Monitors only) via short-range radio capability.
Condition
TELE DISCONNECTED INOP
displayed at the monitor and the
Information Center.
NO SIGNAL INOP displayed at the
Information Center.
BATTERY LOW T INOP displayed
at the monitor and the Information
Center.
REPLACE BATTERY T INOP
displayed at the monitor and the
Information Center.
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Description
Short-range radio connection between
the telemetry device and MP5T has
been lost due to a failure of the short-
range radio connection.
There are too many short-range radios
operating in the same vicinity
(maximum of 3 pairs per radio
channel).
The short-range radio is not installed
correctly.
There is interference from telemetry or
ISM radio sources.
The telemetry device is outside the
coverage area (The typical coverage
area between the monitor and
telemetry device is 15 ft.).
When operating wirelessly (WTAAP),
the patient monitor is no longer
providing power to the telemetry
device, and battery capacity is
diminished. 15 minutes of monitoring
time remain.
When operating wirelessly (WTAAP),
the patient monitor is no longer
providing power to the telemetry
device, and battery capacity is now
depleted. There is no monitoring
occurring at either the monitor or the
Information Center.
Telemetry Device Use Models
Action
If the disconnection is not intentional:
• Identify and remove the
interference sources.
• Reduce the number of devices
equipped with short-range radio
capability.
• Check SRR channel setup.
• Contact service personnel.
• Identify and remove the
interference source.
• Make sure the location of the
telemetry device is in the coverage
area.
• Insert new AA batteries in the
telemetry device.
• Insert new AA batteries in the
telemetry device.

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