3 Basic Operation
Cableless Transducer LED Indication
The cableless transducers have a multi-color LED that indicates the status of the transducer with
specific colors. This LED remains visible when the transducer is correctly attached to the transducer
belt (Philips standard belt).
White one short blink
The LED lights up to identify the transducer among other transducers,
and to easily verify the correct transducer assignment (transducer finder).
The transducer finder LED is controlled by the fetal monitor. Press the
numerics to identify the corresponding transducer.
The LED also lights up when the mother is paged with the
The LED shortly lights up to indicate that the transducer successfully
opened a radio communication with the base station and that it is ready to
The LED lights up green when the transducer is fully charged and docked
at the base station.
The LED lights up yellow when the transducer is charging and docked at
the base station.
The LED flashes red when the transducer is out of battery and has to be
The LED lights up cyan to indicate a technical problem that needs your
attention. Check your fetal monitor for a related INOP.