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9: Monitoring CO
2
Table 22
Alarm Message












NOTE: EtCO
2
entire device are off. Once disabled, alarms remain off until they are turned back on.
WARNING: Turning off alarms prevents all alarms associated with EtCO
annunciating. If an alarm condition occurs, NO alarm indication will be given.
104
EtCO
Technical Alarms (Continued)
2
Condition
CO
sensor needs to be
2
zeroed.
CO
sensor has not
2
warmed up to operating
temperature range.
The sampling line is
kinked or blocked.
For Sidestream only.
The airway adapter is
blocked.
For Mainstream only.
A non-critical failure has
been detected.
CO
is out of range.
2
A Zero Required prompt appears
after one minute.
Sampling line is
disconnected.
CO
sensor is
2
unplugged.
CO
sensor has a power
2
problem.
and AwRR alarms are on (except AED Mode) unless you turn them off or alarms for the
Type of Alarm
Indication
Low Priority
Cyan alarm message with
Non-Latching
audio tone.
Alarm
or AwRR measurements from
2
EtCO
and AwRR Alarms
2

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