An InfoBoard can operate as a Code Blue Timer with its integration to an existing code blue system. A code blue event is activated from the code blue system and the code blue event is displayed on the InfoBoard. An end user can halt (stop) a code blue event from the three-button Timer Control Switch. When not in an active code blue event, the InfoBoard displays synchronized time and general messaging.
Code Blue Timer function is triggered by the input of the wired connection to a code blue system and the use of the three-button Timer Control Switch allows a user to halt a code blue count event.
Upon receiving a code blue system input, the code blue timer immediately enters code blue mode and starts counting up from 00:00:00. Upon reaching 99:59:59, the timer will beep for 3 seconds. If the code blue counter reaches 99:59:59 the counter will stop.
Code blue mode is indicated by the colon, dash and decimal points not being lit (in both viewing and counting modes).
Time duration of the last code blue event is stored in memory, and can be viewed until a new code blue event is triggered.
A code blue count can be halted by pressing the STOP/START button. Pressing either DISPLAY or RESET is ignored while in code blue mode.
Triggering of the code blue input while a current code blue event is counting is ignored.
In the event of a power outage, its internal memory maintains the correct time for a minimum of one hour without power; requires a minimum one hour of charging time.