Public access AED

Code – AEDNF1200
Description – AED NF1200 (Public access defibrillator)

Features Simple operation
  LED status indicators
  Patented e~CUBE Biphasic Truncated Exponential shock waveform
  Automatic self-test
  Especially designed for public usage
Model NF1200
Defibrillator * Operation mode: Automatic
* Waveform: e-cube biphasic (Truncated exponential type)
* Energy: 150-200J (Escalating)
Adult: nominal 150 joules into a 50 ohm load
Infant/Child: nominal 50 Joules into a 50 ohm load
Shock to shock cycle time Typically less than 20 seconds
Protocol Voice prompts and indicators guide user though protocolFollows preconfigured settings. Can be modified with software
Voice instructions Detailed voice messages guide responder through use of the defibrillator
Controls Shock button, i-Button, On/Off Button
Indicators 7 LED’s (Different colours), i-Button
Environmental/Physical requirements * Temperature: 0O ~ 50O* Humidity: 0% ~ 95%
* Vibration: Meets En1789 random and swept sine, road ambulance specifications in operating and standby states
* EMI (Radiated / Immunity): Meets EN55011 Group 1 Level B Class B and En61000-4-3
Battery * Type: 12 Volt DC, 4.2Ah, lithium manganese dioxide, disposable long life primary cell
* Capacity: Minimum 120 chocks or 4 hours of operating time
Automated and User-Activated self-tests * Daily self-tests: Tests internal circuitry, waveform delivery system, battery capacity, and software
* Battery insertion test: Upon battery insertion, extensive automatic self-tests and user-interactive tests check device readiness
Physical * Size: 220 (W) x 260 (L) x 70 (H)mm
* Weight: 2.2kg
Data recording and transmission * Infrared: Wireless transmission of event data to personal computer using the IrDA protocol
* Data stored: First 40 minutes of ECG and the entire incident’s events and analysis decisions


Code – AEDSP1
Description – AED cusp 1 (Public access)

Features Automated external defibrillator (also known as and AED or PAD)
  Designed for minimally trained individuals. It provides simple and direct voice prompts and instructions for straightforward rescue operation.
  Lightweight and battery for maximum portability
  Easy and simple operation
  Efficient and effective e-cube biphasic technology (BTE type)
  Lightweight and compact
  Pre-connected pads (one pair of pads for adults and children)
  Easy communication with CU-EX1 software using IrDA or SD card (multi-event recording)
  Pads usage indication (Check and indicate the expiring date)
  Adjust volume automatically depending on the circumstances
  Perfect for public facilites
Auto volume adjust Public places can often be noisy. Crowded stations, airports with constant announcements and street filled with cars and people pften make it difficult to hear what’s going on around you. Trying to use an AED in noisy places can be difficult if the responder can’t clearly hear the voice prompts and instructions from the AED. Listens to the ambient noise, and automatically adjusts the volume of its prompts to make them clear and easily heard over the background noise. When the correct volume has been reached the iPAD keeps the prompts at this level
Smart pads – smart storage Pre-connected ‘Smart’ electrode pads are stored in a clear storage compartment on the underside of the unit. This ensures that the iPAD is always ready to be used in the shortest amount of time possible. The unique technology built in to the iPAD and already been used. If they have, the user is advised of this. In addition, the visual indicator in the front of the iPAD indicated if the connected pads are within their life expectancy. The indicator will change when the pads have only 3 months life left before their expiry date-giving you plenty of time to arrange for replacements. The indicator will change again when the expiry date is reached. Checking the life of your pads is a quick and simple as looking at the LCD display.
CPR detection CPR is vital to ensure that the casualty has the best chances of survival. The iPAD CU-SP1 detects if CPR is being performed when appropriate prompts and encourages the first responder. If CPR is not being performed, the iPAD CU-SP1 prompts the first responder to ‘perform CPR’. If CPR is already being performed, the iPAD CU-SP1 encourages the first responder by prompting them to ‘continue CPR’.guide the users.
Easy communication with CU-EX1 software Getting information from the iPAD CU-SP1 after an event is now easier than ever! Installing CU-EX1 software onto a computer allows you to see and analyse the usage history of the unit. Information such as time of ‘power on’, the casualty’s heart rhythm and shocks delivered are all presented in an easy to understand fashion. The iPAD CU-SP1 can store up to 5 events with up to 3 hours of ECG analysis on an SD memory card. The data can be transferred by either simply removing the SD card, or by using the inbuilt infra-red (IrDA) port. Having the data on an SD Memory card allows the card to be removed for analysis whilst another card is inserted, making the unit ready to use again whilst retaining the original information.
Technical specifications
Defibrillator * Standard package: Defibrillator, Pads, battery, manual
* Output energy: Adult 150 Joules
Pediatric-50Joules (Common usage)
* Charging time: Less than 8 seconds
Charging time after CPR finished: At least 8 seconds
User interface * User support: Detailed voice prompts and flashing indicators
* CPR guidance: Voice prompts for how to perform CPR for adult and child patient
* Controls: On/Off button, I button, shock button
* Indicator: LCD display (Devices status, battery status, pads status)
* Sensing: Pads expiring date, pads connection status
* CPR monitoring
* Automatic volume adjusting
Environment * Sealing: Waterjet IPX5 per IEC60529 (IP55)Dust pretected IP5X per IEC60529
* Temperature: Operation / standby (0 – 40)
* Vibration: Meets MILSTD 810F
Data recording and transmission * IrDA port: wireless transmission of event data to PC, SD, card
* Internal memory (Nand-flash): ECG, EVENT
* Storage capacity: Multi recording 5 events / Max 3 hours
* Data review PC Profram: CU-EX1
Patient analysis system * Patient analysis: Shockable rhythms – ventricular fibrillation, ventricular tachycardia* Sensitivity / Specificity: Meets AAMI DF80 guideline
Battery * Standard: + Type: DC 12 Volt 2.8Ah, lithium manganese dioxide+ Capacity: Minimum 100 shocks (150J)
* High capacity: + Type: DC 12 Volt 4.2Ah, lithium manganese dioxide
+ Capacity: Minimum 200 shocks (150J)
* Lifespan: 5 years (High capacity battery)
(With the condition of the temperature of operation / standby, standby mode after the first initial check)
Pads Common usage for adult and child
* Expiring date: 30 months (from the date of manufacturing)