The i-PAD is our semi-automated external defibrillator designed for minimally trained individuals.
IPAD CU-SP1 AED Defibrillator
- £1554.00 (inc. VAT)
- £1295.00 (ex. VAT)
The new iPAD SP1 from CU Medical is the latest in the range of intelligent public access defibrillators from one of the Worlds leading manufacturers of clinical defibrillator monitors.
Designed to be used by minimally trained individuals, the iPAD SP1 is suitable for use almost anywhere that people gather, whether it's within the workplace, a shopping centre or a hospital, the iPAD SP1 makes saving lifes easier than ever.
Supplied ready to go with pads, battery and FREE CARRY CASE
Easily switch from Adult to Child mode without changing pads
Safety cover prevents accidental switching
Smaller child pads also available
Ambient noise detector measures level of background noise and adjusts the volume of the voice prompts accordingly.
Ideal for noisy environments such as public places, factories, warehouses, schools etc.
Integrated pad storage - electrode pads are stored, pre-connected, in a clear compartment on the underside of the unit.
Pads are easily removed by pulling on the exposed tab
The pads are always ready for use and easily checked
CPR Detection - the iPAD SP1 detects if CPR is being performed when appropriate
If CPR is not being performed, voice prompts encourage the responder to 'perform CPR'
If CPR is being performed, voice prompts encourage the responder to 'continue CPR'
Visual Indicator shows at a glance
Indicator Lights operate in time with the voice prompts to prompt the responder with;
Staying clear of casualty
nternal memory stores the last 5 events/3 hours of data.
Data can be transferred via the built in SD card and IrDA ports
Data can be reviewed via the 'CU-EX1' software (for pc)
'i' button performs the following functions;
Allows responder to select if CPR metronome is heard during CPR
Checks for faults and errors Provides 'handover' information to Ambulance crew (usage time and shocks delivered) Allows the SP1 to be programmed with CPR protocols such as compression rate, number of compressions, breaths and cycles etc, ensuring that the SP1 is always up to date.