Laerdal Heartstart FR2 w/ Pads, Battery & Data Card Tray Features:
The Laerdal Heartstart FR2 AEDs are designed specifically for use by first responders. They allow these AEDs to be used by people with little medical training in places where defibrillators have not traditionally been used. Factors that had to be considered in their design included the fact that an AED might not be used very often, might be subjected to harsh environments, and probably would not have personnel available to perform regular maintenance.
The FR2 series defibrillators were not designed to replace the manual defibrillators used by more highly trained individuals. Instead, they are intended to complement the efforts of medical personnel skilled in advanced life support, by allowing the initial shock to be delivered by a first responder. Some models of these AEDs can be configured for advanced mode use, to allow the device to be used as a manual defibrillator. This can be beneficial for transitioning patient care from a first responder to more highly trained medical personnel.
Size: 2.6” high x 8.6” wide x 8.6” deep (6.6 cm x 21.8 cm x 21.8 cm).
Weight: Approximately 4.7 lbs (2.1 kg) with standard battery installed.
Approximately 4.5 lbs (2 kg) with optional rechargeable battery installed.
Operating temperature and humidity: 32° to 122° F (0° to 50° C).0%
Standby temperature and humidity: 32° to 109° F (0° to 43° C). 0% to 75% relative humidity (non-condensing), with battery installed and stored with defibrillation pads.
Altitude: Meets MIL-810E 500.3, Procedure II (-500 feet to 15,000 feet).
Vibration: Meets MIL-STD-810E 514.4-17 and 514.4-17.
Sealing With data card tray and battery installed meets IEC 529 class IP54.
Electrostatic discharge (ESD): Meets IEC 61000-4-2
EMI (radiated): Meets RF CISPR 11 Group 1 Class B
EMI (immunity): Meets IEC 61000-4-3
Aircraft: method: Meets RTCA/DO-160D:1997 Section 21 (Category M - Charging).
Controls and Indicators
LCD screen: High-resolution, backlighted LCD screen displays ECG (M3860A only) and text messages.
Controls: • On/Off button
• Shock button
• Option buttons
LED indicators: • Connector socket LED, flashes to indicate socket location.
• LED is covered when the defibrillation pad connector is properly inserted.
• Shock button LED flashes when AED is armed.
Audio speaker: Provides voice prompts. Volume is adjustable via the Setup screen.
Beeper: Chirps when a self-test has failed. Provides various warning beeps during normal use.
Status indicator: Status indicator LCD displays device readiness for use
Low battery detection: Automatic during daily periodic self-testing.
Low battery indicator: Solid or flashing red X Status Indicator on front panel; screen display LOW BATTERY or REPLACE BATTERY warning, as appropriate.