Philips Heartstart FR3 Defibrillator

The Philips Heartstart FR3 Defibrillator is the smallest, lightest professional-grade defibrillator / AED available from leading global manufacturers. Weighing just 3.5 pounds, the Heartstart FR3 can be easily loaded into a carrying case and transported with other emergency medical equipment.

Designed to allow emergency technicians to work quickly in the field, the Philips Heartstart FR3 features pre-connected SMART PAD III?s, Philips SMART CPR guidance software, a high-resolution color LCD screen, and is available in a bilingual configuration.

The Philips Heartstart FR3 Defibrillator / AED is available professionally refurbished from Avante Health Solutions. For more information, contact an Avante representative today.

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Small, lightweight, professional-grade AED ideal for mobile use.
Unit automatically initiates when the carrying case is opened, allowing emergency professionals to focus on pad placement.
Pre-connected SMART PADS III don?t have foil pouches, just peel and place.
Patient-specific guidance with Philips SMART CPR.
Philips Quick Shock technology minimizes CPR interruptions.
Weighs only 3.5 pounds and is available with a wide array of carrying case options for easy transport.
Durable AED is tested to US Military standards and can withstand demanding work conditions.
AED performs periodic, automated self-tests to help ensure proper function.
Bilingual configurable so that voice and text prompts can be clearly understood.
High-resolution color LCD for easy viewing in any environment.
Optional ? Infant/Child key automatically decreases defibrillation therapy in accordance with pediatric CPR protocols.

861388 text display
861389 ECG and text display
Waveform: SMART Biphasic Truncated Exponential waveform parameters adjust as a function of patient impedance. Adult nominal peak current 32A (150J into a 50 ohm load): pediatric nominal peak current 19A (50J into a 50 ohm load) using optional Infant/Child Key
Shock delivery: Via defibrillator pads placed in the anterior-anterior(Lead II) position for adults; anterior-posterior position for infants and children under 55 lbs or 8 years old
Controls: On/Off button, shock button, option buttons. Auto-On feature, when used with the optional FR3 carry case, enables FR3 to power up when case lid is opened
Indicators: High-resolution color LCD, beeper, voice prompts, tones and chirps, audio speaker, connector socket, ready light, shock button
Advanced mode: Configurable using optional HeartStart Configure software
ECG Display
Screen: LCD color display, 320 x 240 pixels. 2.8″ x 2.1″
1 Hz to 30 Hz (-3dB), nominal (non-diagnostic)
Lead II using anterior-anterior adult pads placement
Size: 2.7″ high x 5.3″ wide x 8.7″ deep
Weight: 3 lbs 8 oz with FR3 primary battery installed
Sealing: Meets IEC529 class IP55 with battery installed
Temperature: Operating/standby: 32??122?F
Altitude: Meets IEC 60601-1:5.3 (1013 to 572 mbar (hPa), equivalent to air pressure from 0 to 15,000 feet)
Shock/drop Abuse tolerance: Meets MIL-STD-810F 516.5, Procedure IV (after a one-meter drop to any edge, corner, or surface in standby mode)
Vibration: Meets MIL-STD-810F 514.5 C-17
Bluetooth 2.0
Bluetooth 2.0 Class II Wireless Transceiver Module
Function: Transmit retrospective event data or configuration setting wirelessly
Patient analysis system
ECG analysis: Evaluates impedance of defibrillator pads for proper contact with patient skin, evaluates the ECG rhythm and signal quality to determine if a shock is appropriate; also detects artifact and pacemaker
SMART CPR: Evaluates key characteristics of the presenting VF and determines the initial therapy: shock first, or CPR first quickly followed by a shock
Sensitivity/specificity: Meets AAMI DF80 requirements and AHA recommendations for adult defibrillation
Quick shock: Typically arms in <8 seconds from the end of the ?Stop CPR? prompt FR3 primary battery Type: 12 VDC, 4.7 Ah, lithium manganese dioxide | Long-life primary cells Typically 300 shocks or 12 hours of operating time at 77? F (25? C) when configured for monitoring after No Shock Advised (NSA) | 7.5 hours of operating time at 77? F (25? C) when configured for CPR after NSA Standby life: 3 years minimum when stored under standby environmental conditions (battery installed) Shelf life: 5 years SMART Pads III Application: Disposable, multifunction defibrillation pads for adult or infant/child patients. Time-saving peel and place pads can be removed from packaging and stored in the FR3 carry case. Pads can be preconnected to FR3, which enables testing during FR3?s routine self-test. FR3 data card Function: Stores a minimum of 8 hours of ECG, event, and, if configured, voice recording. Can also be used for configuring FR3 Automated and user-activated self-tests Automatic self-test: Tests internal circuitry, waveform delivery system, ECG acquisition, temperature, status (or readiness) of attached accessories (SMART Pads III and FR3 data card) and battery Automated self-test frequency: Daily, weekly, monthly, power on, and runtime during all modes of operation User initiated tests: Automatic self-tests plus tone, display, and button performance FR3 training battery and training pads (optional) Function: Places FR3 into a scenario-based training mode and simulates shock therapy Type: 10.8 Volt, 4.5 Ah Li-ion battery

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