Physio-Control - LifePak 9P
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Defibrillator 

Innovative features include high and low energy select displays, annotating recorder that prints out time, date, leads, and gain, and Code Summary critical event record, which recaps critical events from the moment of "power on." This unit also features a Defibrillation Adapter used with auxiliary paddles for "hands-free" defibrillation. An optional Shock Advisory Adapter converts the LIFEPAK 9 defibrillator/monitor into an automatic external defibrillator for hospital codes.

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-I.S HEALTHCARE
4 months ago
LIFEPAK 9P DEFIBRILLATOR
HOW CAN OPEN THE SETTINGS Reply

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-jannismills
7 months ago
Low Output
When we were conducting a PM and testing the output of the paddles, when it charged to 200J it would only output around 20J. Any help is appreciated. Thanks! Reply

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-Deadmantom
7 months ago
Does not turn on
The fuses are fine, and the power cord is fine. The unit does not turn on when the on button is pressed. Im thinking it might be the button but I'm not for sureReply
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FEATURES

  • Micropressor-based unit with optional pacing
  • Operates on either AC Power or Internal Battery Power
  • Sealed lead acid battery back-up
  • Built-in recorder
  • Meet current ACLS standards and has annotating summary
  • Allows for 17 energy selections, HR alarms, 5-lead monitoring, recorder and CODE Summary critical event record
  • Provides: defibrillation, synchronous cardioversion, a Cathode Ray Tube monitor screen, a strip chart recorder, 3-lead electrocardiogram monitoring, heart rate display and alarms, multiple energy selection, and CODE SUMMARY critical event record.

SPECIFICATIONS

Defibrillator TypeExternal, Automated (AED)

Additional Specifications

  • Energy Selection
    • External Paddles 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 20, 30, 50, 100, 200, 300, 360 Joules
    • Internal Paddles 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 20, 30, 50 Joules
  • Charge Controls: Independent momentary push-button controls on front panel and APEX paddle
  • Paddle Cord Length: 10 feet
  • Charging Time: Charge to 360 Joules in less than 10 s with a fully-charged battery
  • Defibrillator Energy: ±15% at 50 Ω
  • Accuracy: ±30% over the range of 25 to 100 Ω
  • Defibrillator Waveform: 5 ms monophasic pulse
  • AC Input: 120 to 240 VAC | 50 – 60 Hz
  • Battery Type: Sealed Lead-Acid, 16 VDC nominal, 3 AHr
  • Battery Capacity
    • Number of 360J discharges: Typical – 75 | Minimum – 40
    • Minutes of monitoring: Typical – 90 | Minimum – 70
  • Low Battery Indicator
    • Number of 360 Joules discharges before warning: Typical – 50 | Minimum – 20
    • Minutes of monitoring: Typical – 90 | Minimum – 70
    • Battery Charge Time 24 hours to full capacity
  • Power Consumption: 160 W
  • Dimensions: 11 2/3” W x 12 1/4” D x 14” H
  • Weight 28 lbs

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