Impulse 7000 AED Testing System

Make sure the emergency is about the patient, not the equipment.
Thoroughly test defibrillators and AEDs

Do you need a comprehensive defibrillator/AED test system?

Cardiac arrest is a sudden and life-threatening event. Every minute counts until a life-saving shock is delivered, restoring a patient’s heart to a normal rhythm.

Verifying the performance of defibrillators is typically a routine and necessary process. Several brands of automated external defibrillators (AEDs) even have self-testing functions. However, with the number of adverse AED events reported to the FDA,* and the addition of impedance-sensing circuitry in defibrillators and AEDs, routine testing and self-tests might not be enough.

Which of the following do you encounter when testing defibrillators and AEDs?

  • Acceptance testing: Inspect new equipment before use
  • Post repair: Verify charging circuits, battery or charge capacitors following repair
  • Complaint follow-up: Determine why defibrillator failed to deliver set energy
  • Standards compliance: Test defibrillators and AEDs to standards
  • Automated reporting: Speed-up or standardize testing
  • Test range of defibrillators and AEDs: Need versatile test device

Selectable Load Box

  • Tests all patient transthoracic impedance loads from infants to overweight adults
  • Measures up to 200 ohms accurately
  • Meets all defibrillator quality testing standards
    (IEC 60601-2-4 and AAMI DF80)

Impulse 7000DP
Defibrillator/Transcutaneous Pacer Analyzer

  • Deliver any energy (monophasic, biphasic and pulsed-biphasic) and see what it measured
  • Properly tests all defibrillator and AED devices (including Shock Advisory)
  • Ensure proper loads used for testing with built-in Pacer brand selections

Test Automation Software

  • Preset test sequences already loaded for quick automated testing
  • Reduces human error and decreases test time
  • Improves data collection and reporting consistency

Learn how a comprehensive defibrillator/AED test system supports the breadth of testing needs for cardiac-resuscitation equipment.

*During a 5 year period ending in 2009, automated external defibrillator (AED) malfunction reports increased by 85%; of the 28,000 reports, 750 were filed following a death, “A Shocking Truth: AED failures,” Heart Saver NZ Ltd., August 25, 2014

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