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alert audible indicators

An audible indicator sounds whenever a power failure or a high, medium, or low priority alarm is detected.
Additionally, an audible indicator sounds for informational messages and to confirm that certain actions have occurred
(for example, when an SD card is inserted or removed from the device).
• Device Inoperative - When a device inoperative alarm occurs, a continuous audible indicator sounds. The alarm
descriptions later in this manual display this indicator as:
• Power Failure - When a power failure occurs, a series of beeps sounds in a 1 beep pattern, repeating one second
on, then one second off. The alarm descriptions later in this manual display this indicator as: •
• High Priority - When a high priority alarm is active, a series of beeps sounds in the following pattern, which is
repeated twice: 3 beeps, a pause, and then 2 more beeps. This indicator continues until the cause of the alarm is
corrected or the audible alarm is silenced. The alarm descriptions later in this manual display this indicator as:
• • • • •
• • • • •
• Medium Priority - When a medium priority alarm is active, a series of beeps sounds in a 3-beep pattern. This
pattern repeats until the cause of the alarm is corrected or the audible alarm is silenced. The alarm descriptions
later in this manual display this indicator as: • • •
• Low Priority - When a low priority alarm is active, a series of beeps sounds in a 2-beep pattern. This pattern
repeats until the cause of the alarm is corrected or the audible alarm is silenced. The alarm descriptions later in this
manual display this indicator as: • •
• Informational Messages and Confirmation Audible Indicators - When an informational message appears on screen,
a brief, 1-beep audible indicator sounds. Additionally, when the device detects that a certain action has been
completed (for example, when an SD card is inserted or removed from the device) a brief, 1-beep audible indicator
sounds. The descriptions later in this manual display this indicator as: •
Silencing an alarm
You can silence an alarm by pressing the Alarm Silence/Indicator button. This will silence the alarm for one minute.
If another alarm occurs while the silence period is active, the audible alarm portion of the new alarm will not sound
until the silence period expires. When the silence period expires, the alarm's audible alarm is reactivated. Touching
the Alarm Silence/Indicator button while the silence period is active will restart the silence period.
alarm Message Screens
When an alarm message is activated, an alarm screen is displayed, showing the text or icon specific to the most
recent, highest priority alarm.
Pressing the Control Wheel will reset the alarm and remove the alarm screen from the display. Resetting the alarm
allows you to return to the previous screen. If multiple alarms occur during the same period of time, the alarm screen
will display the higher priority alarm (higher priority alarms take precedence over lower priority alarms).
alert Summary Table:
The following table summarizes all of the high, medium, and low priority alarms and informational messages.
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Loss of
High
Power
Device
High
Inoperative
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Red flashing button;
Blank screen
Red solid button;
"Device Inoperative"
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Shuts down
Remove your mask. Press the Alarm
Silence/Indicator button to silence the
alarm. Check your power connections.
Make sure there is power at the outlet
or power source. Restore power to the
device. If the alarm continues, contact
your home care provider for service.
Shuts down
Remove your mask. Press the Alarm
Silence/Indicator button to silence the
alarm. Contact your home care provider
for service.
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