Easy to use. There are only two buttons on the unit. A green one for turning the defibrillator on and a red button for giving a shock to the patient, and for taking the heart rates back to normal values.
Clear Voice Prompt. A calm clear voice guides ther user, concisely suggesting every instructions, step by step. Progressive lights provide guidance via visual text for enhance the vocal instructions.
A 7 years long battery life, unique in the sector, capable of delivering 300 shocks or working 16 hours non-stop
Designed for the real world. Lightweight, fully integrated design without cover or moving parts that can mislead and slow the rescue operation; it has a large handle big enough for the gloves too. The rubber surface ensure a safe grip in case of emergency.
Sturding and lasting. Hugely durable; constructed to withstand dust and water seepage; tested for military standars, impacts and vibrations; jet planes and helicopters.
Highly visible. Its yellow colour makes the defibrillator easy to detect and enforce. Keeep in mind: "Time is essential for the rescue”.
Easy to update. It can be easily updated by inserting the data card at the change of security procedure.
Semi-automatic external defibrillator
Biphasic Truncated Exponential
Adult: 150 Joules
Child / Infant: 50 Joules
(Nominal into 50 Ohm load)
4 seconds or less (from shock advised)
Extensive voice prompts guide user through operation of the unit
Lighted On / Off button
Lighted Shock button
"do not touch patient"
"AED Status LED"
AHA / ERC (default); supports protocol updates
Automatically evaluates patient impedance for proper pad contact
Monitors signal quality and analyzes patient ECG for shockable / non‑shockable rhythms
Sensitivity / Specificity
Meets or exceeds IEC-60601-2-4 requirements; meets AAMI DF80 requirements and AHA recommendations
Automatic daily, weekly, monthly and quarterly circuitry tests
System integrity test on battery insertion
Pads preconnected tested daily
Unit and battery pack system test initiated by the user
Visual and audible indication of unit status
Pre-connected, single-use, non-polarized, disposable, self-adhesive electrodes with cable and connector
Internal Event Record
Critical ECG segments and rescue event parameters are recorded and can be downloaded to a removable data card
PC-Based Event Review
ECG with event tag display, and audio playback when available
(optional) Up to 12 hours of ECG and event data storage (no audio option) or up to 1 hour and 40 minutes of audio (audio option)
ECG and event storage on a removable data card. Actual length of storage is dependent on card capacity
Operating: 0 to 50°C (32 to 122°F)
One Hour Operating Temperature
Limit (extreme cold): –20°C (–4°F)***
Standby: 0 to 50°C (32 to 122°F)
Operating / Standby: 5%-95% (non-condensing)
-500 to 15,000 ft (-150 to 4500 m) per MIL-STD-810F 500.4 Procedure ll
Ground (MIL-STD-810F 514.5 Category 20)
Helicopter (RTCA/DO-160D, Section 8.8.2, Cat R. Zone 2, Curve G)
Jet Aircraft (RTCA/DO-160D Section 8, Cat H, Zone 2, Curves B & R)
Shock / Drop Abuse Tolerance
MIL-STD-810F 516.5 Procedure IV
(1 meter, any edge, corner, or surface, in standby mode)
Sealing / Water Resistance
IEC 60529 class IP54;
Dust Protected, Splash Proof (battery pack installed)
(EN 61000-4-2: (15kV or direct contact up to 8kV)
EN 55011 Class B Group 1 and FCC Part 15
EN 61000-4-3 (20V/m)
8.5 x 11.8 x 2.7 Inches (22 x 30 x 7 cm)
With DBP-1400: 4.2 lbs (1.9 kg)
With DBP-2800: 4.4 lbs (2.0 kg)