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Philips FM20/30 Instructions For Use Manual Page 117

Release j.3 with software revision j.3x.xx patient monitoring.
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FM20/FM30 Battery INOPs
INOP Message
Batt Empty
Batt Incompat
Batt Low
Batt Malfunction
Batt Missing
Charger Malfunct
Check Batt Temp
Recorder INOPs
INOP Message
Check Paper
FetRec Chk Config
FetRec Equip Malf
Printhead Overheat
Indication
Monitor: INOP tone
Battery: LED flashes during
this INOP, alarms cannot be
paused or switched off.
Monitor: INOP tone
Monitor: INOP tone
Monitor: INOP tone
Battery: LED flashes during
this INOP, alarms cannot be
paused or switched off unless
the monitor is connected to
mains power.
Monitor: INOP tone
Monitor: INOP tone
Battery: LED may flash
Monitor: INOP tone
Indication
Monitor: display only
Recorder: printout
Monitor: INOP tone
Monitor: INOP tone
Monitor: INOP tone
What to do
The estimated remaining battery-powered operating time
is less than 10 minutes. Connect the monitor to AC
immediately.
If the condition persists and the monitor is not connected
to mains power, this INOP is re-issued two minutes after
you acknowledge it.
The battery cannot be used with this monitor. Replace it
with the correct battery.
The estimated battery-powered operating time remaining
is less than 20 minutes.
The monitor cannot determine the battery status. If the
INOP persists, replace the faulty battery. If the condition
persists and the monitor is not connected to mains power,
this INOP is reissued two minutes after you acknowledge
it.
No battery found in FM20/30. Contact your service
personnel.
There is a problem with the battery charger in the
monitor. Connect the monitor to mains power and
contact your service personnel.
The temperature of the battery is too high. Check that the
monitor is not exposed to heat.
What to do
Check that there is no paper jam, that the print drawer is
properly shut, that the paper is loaded with the grid facing
upwards, and that the correct Philips paper is being used.
and/or
Recorder Speed
Scale Type
and need to be set to the correct values in
Unknown
Configuration Mode before the recorder can be operated.
There is a problem with the fetal recorder hardware.
Contact your service personnel.
The printhead is too hot. The recorder stops, the recorder
key is disabled, and remains so until the
Start/ Stop
printhead cools down sufficiently. Wait for the printhead
to cool down, then press the recorder
the
key to clear the INOP.
Silence
6 Patient Alarms and INOPs
settings are set to
Start/ Stop
key or
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