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Defibtech Lifeline Semi Automatic AED with 7 Year Battery Pack

SKU:
100905
UPC:
0635131429255
MPN:
DCF-E110
Weight:
4.41 LBS
  • Defibtech Lifeline Semi Automatic AED with 7 Year Battery Pack (DCF-E110) front
  • Defibtech Lifeline Semi Automatic AED with 7 Year Battery Pack (DCF-E110) back
  • Defibtech Lifeline Semi Automatic AED with 7 Year Battery Pack (DCF-E110) with pads
RRP: £2,479.63
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Description

LIFELINE is proven to be the simplest AED to use, and has been designed by physicians so that ANYONE can save a life. Clear verbal and visual instructions
guide you through each step of the rescue. Combine this with the bright oversized buttons and an unintimidating look and you have the equipment to go
through the process of saving a life.

LIFELINE automatically detects when defibrillation is required, ensuring that treatment is only delivered when needed. The LIFELINE™ AED is able to identify
and treat Ventricular Fibrillation, Ventricular Tachycardia and Supraventricular Tachycardia.

Who should choose the Lifeline AED?

The Lifeline AED is the ideal choice for you if you are a non-medical organisation looking for a simple to use defibrillator that can be effectively deployed by anyone irrespective of whether or not they have been trained to use a defibrillator. This is the lowest price of the Lifeline range of defibrillators so will suite anyone who may be on a tight budget or does not need the advanced features available on some of the other Lifeline range of defibrillators.

Why Lifeline AED semi automatic external defibrillator?

  • Proven to be the easiest to use AED on the market in independent usability study
  • Clear & concise voice instructions
  • Industry leading 7-year battery
  • Portable & lightweight – 1.9kg
  • Hardwearing – tested to military standards
  • Weatherproof - IP54 rating
  • Low maintenance – daily self tests and a bright status indicator light
  • Future proof – Free software upgrades when resuscitation guidelines change (most other AED manufacturers charge for this service)
  • New - Industry leading 8-year warranty
  • Training conversion kit available – allows the AED to be temporarily turned into a training unit to run through training simulations.

 

Specification:

Type:  Semi-automatic external defibrillator
Models:  DDU-100A, DDU-100E
Waveform:  Biphasic Truncated Exponential (Impedance compensated)
Energy:  150-Joules (nominal into 50 ohm load)
Charge Time (Typical):  Less than 6 seconds (DBP-1400 battery pack). Less than 9 seconds (DBP-2800 battery pack)
Voice Prompts:  Extensive voice prompts guide user through operation of the unit
Controls:  Lighted On / Off button. Lighted shock button
Indicators:  “Check pads” “Do not touch patient”. “Analysing” AED status LED.

 

Patient Analysis Systems:

Patient Analysis:  Automatically evaluates patient impedance for proper pad contact. Monitors signal quality and analyzes patient ECG for shockable/non shockable rhythms.
Sensitivity / Specificity:  Meets AAMI-DF-39 specifications and AHA recommendations.
Battery Pack:  Model DBP-2800.
Power:  15V, 2800 mAh.
Capacity (new, at 25ºC):  300 shocks or 16 hours continuous operation.
Standby-Life (typical):  7 years.
Type:  Lithium/Manganese Dioxide Disposable, recyclable, non rechargeable.


Model DBP-1400:

Power:  15v, 1400 mAh
Capacity (new, at 25ºC): 125 shocks or 8 hours continuous operation
Standby-Life (typical):  5 years
Low Battery Indicators:  Visible / Audible


Self Tests:

Automatic:  Automatic daily, weekly and monthly circuitry tests.
Battery:  Insertion System integrity test on battery insertion.
Pad Presence:  Pads preconnected tested daily.
User-Initiated:  Unit and battery pack system test initiated by the user.
Status Indication:  Visual and audible indication of unit status.


Defibrillation / Monitoring Pads:

Model:  Adult – DDP-100/ Child/Infant – DDP-200P.
Type:  Pre-connected, single-use, non polarized, disposable, self-adhesive electrodes with cable and connector.
Surface Area:  103 cm2 (nominal, each pad) / 50 cm2 (nominal, each pad).
Pad Placement:  Adult – Anterior/Anterior/ Child/Infant – Anterior/Posterior
Cable length (typical): 122cm


Event Documentation:

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.
Removable Storage:  (Optional) Up to 12 hours of ECG and event data storage (no audio option) or up to 1:40 of audio, ECG and event storage (audio option) on a removable data card. Actual length of storage is dependent on card capacity.


Environmental:

Temperature:  Operating: 0 to 50°C (32 to 122°F) / Standby: -25 to 50°C (-13 to 122°F).
Relative Humidiity:  Operating / Standby: 5% - 95% (non-condensing).
Altitude:  -150 to 4500 m per MIL-STD-810F 500.4 Procedure II.
Vibration:  G round (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 metre, any edge, corner, or surface, in standby mode)
Sealing / Water Resistance:  IEC60529 class IP54; Splash Proof, Dust Protected (Battery pack installed)
ESD:  EN61000-4-2: 1998, (Open air up to 8kV or direct contact up to 6kV)
EMC (Emission):  EN60601-1-2 limits (1993), method EN55011: 1998 Group 1 Level B
EMC (Immunity):  EN60601-1-2 limits (1993), method EN61000-4-3: 1998 Level 3 (10V/m)

Physical:
Size:  22 x 30 x 7cm
Weight:  (Approximate) With DBP-1400: 1.9 kg / With DBP-2800: 2.0 kg

 

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All the defibrillators and AED's we supply are easy to use, self test and whilst users can be safe in the knowledge they cannot get shocked in error by touching the patient during defibrillation.

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