Defibrillation modes for all needs
The automated external defibrillator FRED Easy makes resuscitation even simpler and more effective. It represents the perfect device for healthcare professionals and the general public alike (PAD).
The first responder external defibrillator (FRED) Easy from Schiller uses semi-automatic operation, allowing the first responder to administer a lifesaving shock at the press of a button.
The FRED Easy defibrillator has a simple layout, and features clear, easy to follow voice and text prompts, helping to guide the user throughout treatment.
When applied to the patient, the electrode pads enable the FRED Easy to start analysing the patient’s heart rhythm and establish if a shock is required.
FRED Easy is available in the following versions:
- Fully automatic mode: attach electrodes to the patient, switch the unit on and let the device analyse and deliver the shock if necessary.
- Semi-automatic mode: attach electrodes to the patient, switch the unit on and follow instructions, press the shock button if recommended by the device.
- Manual override: doctors can switch off the AED mode and decide whether they want to defibrillate or not.
- Easy to operate
- Quick charging time
- Detailed audio and visual instructions
- Training unit available
Most SCHILLER defibrillators feature the sophisticated Multipulse Biowave technology. This patented defibrillation waveform is pulsed at high frequency. It consists of two phases of current flowing in opposite directions (biphasic). The Multipulse Biowave technology ensures an effective and safe defibrillation shock while minimising damage to the myocardium.
|Dimensions:||70 x 230 x 220mm (SD card version)
70 x 237 x 220mm (Ethernet/Online versions)
h x w x l
|Waveform:||Pulsed biphasic – mulipulse biowave|
|Energy Levels:||1 to 150J (adults)
1 to 70 J (paediatric)
Automatic detection of paediatric electrodes
|Pads:||Adult pad 80cm2 of active surface
Paediatric pad: 42cm2 of active surface
|Battery type:||Lithium/Mn02 12V, 2.8AH|
|Battery life:||180 shocks at maximum energy, or 3 hours 45 minutes of monitoring|
|Recorded data:||ECG signal recording (2hours)
Ambient noise recording (2hours)
Event recording (500 events)
|Ambient conditions:||Operating: 0 – 50 °C at a relative humidity of 0 to 95 % (no condensation); atmospheric pressure 700 to 1060 hPa
Storage/transport (without battery and pads): -20 to 50 °C at a relative humidity of 30 to 95 % (no condensation); atmospheric pressure 500 to 1060 hPa
|Display:||Type: high-resolution LCD screen, electrolumines- cent backlighting, text and symbol display
Dimensions: 100 x 37mm
|Standards:||The unit complies with all relevant standards for patient safety and operating conditions.|