Welch Allyn - AED 10
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Designed for easy operation and quick deployment by the infrequent user

The AED 10™ Defibrillator is Designed for easy operation and quick deployment by the infrequent user, the AED 10 is a simple, proven solution for quick and easy response to cardiac emergencies.

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2 years ago
I need the service manual for AED-10, my equipment does not turn onReply


8 years ago
need smartlink lite or tips on how to download event from AED10

need the welch allyn ir communication kit for AED10 or tips on how to get "events" off the AED10 as the software is not available and want to download an event from an AED10! does anyone have a copy of the CD or software available for use?  Zoll is not supporting it (purchased AED10 etc from Welch Allyn).  any help appreciated



12 years ago
SmartLink Lite software

Does anyone have a copy of the SmartLink Lite software they would sell or upload? This software was a give-away when you bought the IR communications cable for the AED 10. Welch-Allyn and/or Zoll no longer carry either one.

Any help would be tremendously appreciated!!

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[list]  [*] Text and voice instructions guide the user through the rescue  [*] Color-coded pads and illustrations ensure proper pad placement  [*] Escalating energy (200 J, 300 J, 360 J); energy protocol can be changed to meet specific needs  [*] High-performance battery delivers up to 90 discharges at 360 joules  [*] Internal memory stores event data including ECG waveforms, time/date stamps, shock delivery and system actions  [*] Lightweight and compact—ideal for small spaces  [/list]


Height8.25 in
Length 2.75 in
Weight3.5 lbs
Defibrillator TypeExternal, Automated (AED)
Width6.875 in
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Class 1 Recall: Leonhard Lang Multi-function Defibrillation...

The Leonhard Lang defibrillation electrode is being recalled due to a connector compatibility issue with the Welch Allyn AED model 10. The user may not be able to connect the electrodes to the defibrillator when a shock is needed.

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