Compatible with Laerdal LINK Technology
Correct pad placement and inactivity (hands off) time is indicated by Laerdal LINK Technology to train more effectively in defibrillation.
Preparing for Sudden Cardiac Arrest - A fast, accurate response from trained responders when treating the cardiac arrest patient is essential if successful patient outcomes are to be achieved.
The AED trainer 3 is the ultimate preparation tool for trained responders facing cardiac arrest.
The AED Trainer 3 reflects the unique functionality of the Philips Heartstart FR3 AED, and provides a realistic training experience for emergency responders to deliver optimal therapy when facing cardiac arrest.
The AED Trainer 3 is configured with eight real-world scenarios that have been developed in accordance with internationally recognized responder programmes. They are AHA and ERC 2010 Guideline compliant. Many parameters on each scenario can be easily configured to conform to local protocols or future Guideline updates. Language voice prompts can also be changed at a touch of a button.
The instructor can change scenarios by pressing the buttons on the device itself or by using an optional remote control. During each scenario, the remote control lets the instructor pause, change or introduce new
challenges, to test how students respond to a variety of situations, enhancing the learning experience.
Below you will find the most important Technical Specifications for the AED Trainer 3. Most of the specifications you will also find in the Directions for Use (DfU).
The product is in compliance with the essential requirements of Directive 2004/108/EC on electromagnetic compatibility through compliance with:
(See DFU for additional electromagnetic conformity information)
CE mark, FCC Statement (US), CSA Certification (Canada), C Tick (N25270) (Australia)
AED Trainer 3 contains electronic components which should be disposed of in accordance with local regulations.
One Year limited. Please see Laerdal Global Warranty for terms and conditions.
Out of warranty repair carried out by Laerdal Tech Centres