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Now meets 2005 AHA (American Heart Association) Guidelines
LIFELINE AED Semi-automatic Defibrillator
Defibtech has designed a revolutionary new semi-automatic external defibrillator, from the ground up.
The Lifeline AED was developed by experienced multidisciplinary engineering teams and incorporates state-of-the-art digital signal processing techniques and advanced ECG analysis algorithms.This enables the device to exceed the American Heart Association performance recommendations, giving the user confidence the correct therapy is being delivered.
The Lifeline AED defibrillator uses advanced biphasic technology including the most studied biphasic shock waveform and automatically adjusts the shock delivery to the person's individual needs.
LIFELINE AED® Semi-automatic Defibrillator
Technologically advanced enough to include all mission critical features necessary to provide the most advanced treatment for Sudden Cardiac Arrest. Yet so simple and unintimidating to use that even non-medical personnel can effectively save lives. For first response professionals like police, fire and EMS, the Lifeline AED (Automated External Defibrillator) is standard equipment. For schools, offices, stores, malls, factories, and public places, it's becoming as vital as the fire extinguisher.
Easy to Use
Text, Lights and Voice Guides
Pads at the Ready
State-of-the-Art Product Design
Fully Automated Circuit Board Construction
Comprehensive Quality Testing
Ready for Delivery - Ready for Rescue
Sudden Cardiac Arrest is a Serial Killer...
...but it can be treated
|An optional carrying / storage
case is available
The Standalone AED Trainer can be used to instruct students in the various operating modes of Defibtech DDU-100 Series AEDs, and in the use of an AED as part of a standard rescue protocol. The DDU- 100TR is similar to a functional DDU-100 series AED in form and operation, but all rubberized exterior surfaces are red, instead of black, to clearly distinguish the unit as a training device that cannot be used to defibrillate a real patient. The Standalone AED Trainer is sold as part of the DCF- 350T Standalone Training Package, which includes the following: DDU-100TR Trainer AED DBP-RC2 Training Battery (rechargeable) DTR-201 Training Battery Charger DDP-100TR Adult Training Pads DTR-400 Remote Control Also available: DDP-200P-TR Child/Infant Training Pads
CHARGE TIME (typical) Less than 6 seconds (DBP-2800 battery pack) Less than 9 seconds (DBP-1400 battery pack)SHOCK TO-SHOCK CYCLE TIME
Less than 20 seconds (typical, includes analysis and charging time)
|Patient Analysis System|
SENSITIVITY/SPECIFICITYMeets AAMI-DF-39 specifications and AHA recommendations
CAPACITY (new, at 25ºC)
CAPACITY (new, at 25° C)
LOW BATTERY INDICATORS
|Defibrillation / Monitoring Pads|
(typical) 48 in (122 cm)
INTERNAL EVENT RECORD
PC BASED EVENT REVIEW
MIL-STD-810F 51G.5 Procedure IV (1 meter, any edge, corner, or surface, in standby mode)
SEALING / WATER RESISTANCE
|We are pleased to announce that Defibtech’s entire line of Lifeline AEDs and Trainer AEDs are now being shipped with software meeting the new 2005 AHA Guidelines. Defibtech has also released a software field upgrade card that can be used to upgrade any Lifeline AED or Trainer AED ever manufactured without taking the unit out of service.
Identifying the software version
The 2005 AHA Guideline version of software for the Lifeline AED is Version 2.001.
The 2005 AHA Guideline version of software for the Trainer AED is Version 2.200.
The software version of Lifeline AEDs and Trainer AEDs, shipped from the factory, can be identified by looking on the white label on the outside of the unit’s box. The software version is printed just above the unit serial number barcode. The version number for the new software will be printed as “2001” for Lifeline AEDs and “2200” for Trainer AEDs. If the version number is either lower than 2001 (or 2200 for the Trainer), or is not printed, then the unit has been loaded at the factory with an older version of software.
The new software version can also be easily verified by turning the unit on and listening to the initial voice prompts; the new Lifeline AED version 2.001 software (version 2.200 for the Trainer AED) will speak “Call for Help” in the first few seconds. If the unit does not say this phrase, then the software is an older version.
Another method of checking the software version number is to turn the unit on and then turn the unit off by pressing and continuing to hold the on/off button until the unit speaks. The unit will speak “Version X.XXX” where X.XXX is the version number (for example, “Version 2 0 0 1”). If the unit does not speak a version number, then it is software version 1.201.
Software field upgrade
Lifeline AEDs and Trainer AEDs may be upgraded in the field by using the DSU-100-EN software upgrade card. Defibtech will provide you with the following components:
• Software upgrade card (DSU-100-EN)
• Upgrade instructions (CRM-101-L)
• Lifeline AED user manual addendum (DAC-510E(I-02))
• Trainer AED manual (DAC-515E)
• Pediatric use overlabel (DDU-L006)
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