HeartSine Samaritan 350P Training Defibrillator

$641.47

The HeartSine Samaritan 350P training defibrillator with remote control is a non-shocking training device used to instruct students in the use of an AED. It is available in a semi-automatic version, just like the actual HeartSine Samaritan 350P defibrillator model.

The new training electrodes are compatible with all training mannequins and are now easier to replace on the support. They also feature a cable rewinding mechanism that reduces the time required to reset the system. Additionally, the included AC/adapter charger allows operation on battery or AC power. LEDs indicate the charge status when not in use and the remaining battery life during use, with up to one hour of autonomy.

The set includes the HeartSine Samaritan 350P training defibrillator, a carrying case, an AC/adapter charger, 5 pairs of training pads, HeartSine Samaritan PAD training electrodes with cable rewind, a remote control with batteries, a user manual, and a quick reference card.

Key features of the training defibrillator include a rechargeable battery providing up to 7 hours of use on a single charge, with a 4-hour recharge time. It comes preloaded with 6 scenarios and can be programmed in 29 languages. The software complies with the American Heart Association (AHA) G2010 guidelines.

Language

English, French

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