A built-in annotating recorder and internal battery
Meets current ACLS standards
Uses microprocessor technology to control and monitor system operation, which allows the unit to perform a self-diagnositc routine
Produces up to 360 joules
These units function as an ECG monitor.
Waveform: Damped sinusoidal
Output Energy: 2,3,5,7,7,10,20,30,50,70,100,150,200,300, and 360 joules
Charge Control: Push-button on apex paddle and on front panel
Charge Time: Less than 10 seconds to 360 joules when powered by a fully charged battery
Armed Indicator: Charge done tone, and charge done lamp on apex paddle
Paddle Contact Indicator: 3-color LED bar graph array on STERNUM paddle indicates quality of debrillator paddle contact before discharge
Paddles: Standard paddles are anterior/anterior, adult, and pediatric. Adult electrodes ( 83 cm ) slide off to expose pediatric electrodes ( 21 cm )
Synchronizer: “SYNC” message appears on the monitor and is annoted periodically on the recorder while in synchronous mode. An audible beep sounds with each detected R-wave, while a marker pulse on the monitor and syn designator on the recorder strip indicate discharge point. Upon activation, discharge occurs within 30ms of marker pulse.
Input: ECG activity may be viewed through the paddles or patient cable. Lead I, II, or III selectable in LEADS position. The monitor and recorder indicate selected ECG source
Heart Rate Display: Digital readout on monitor from 20 to 300 bpm
Heart Rate Alarms: Adjustable limits from 20 to 280 bpm