IMPORTANT: We are not currently connecting any new customers. If you previously linked during the BETA phase of the anesthetic monitor integration, that program has been discontinued. Please be aware that our support team can only assist with how-to questions. Unfortunately, we can no longer provide technical assistance for issues encountered aside from the steps documented here: Troubleshooting: What if the surgery monitor is not working properly? Additionally, we no longer provide technical support for the Surgery Admin panel issues. Any other connection difficulties you will need to contact your IT services to resolve them.
To set up the monitor correctly, please follow the steps below.
Set the correct IP address, Gateway, Subnet Mask and Host IP for the multi-parameter portable veterinary monitor - BM3VET (If it’s not already done). For this please select the settings iconon the monitor using the Touch Wheel and Select Key.
On the Main Menu please scroll to System and then use the Trim Knob to navigate to the next settings window:
Network Option Description:
MAIN VER - Version on firmware;
CENTRAL - must be ON;
HOST IP - IP Address of the PC where the Surgery Admin application (Listener) installed;
DEVICE IP - IP Address of the BioNet BM3VET Monitor;
SUBNET - Subnet mask of the network, by the default is 255.255.255.0;
GATEWAY - It is a start network device IP;
MAC ADDR - It is a media access control address, is a unique identifier.
NOTE: IP address must be different for each devices within one network, ie:
HOST IP - PC/Listener IPv4: 192.168.033.100
DEVICE IP - Monitor IPv4: 192.168.033.101
Default Gateway: 192.168.033.001
Please also set the W-LAN option to OFF:
NOTE: In some configuration of the BM3VET surgery monitor, the EtCO2 sensor may transfer data incorrectly.
We hope you found this information useful!