DefibTech Lifeline View Trainer
Training class participants are instructed in the use of an AED as part of a standard rescue protocol in the event someone suffers SCA. This device is similar to a fully-functional Defibtech AED but with all rubberized exterior surfaces and red over-molding (instead of black) to clearly distinguish the unit as a training device that cannot be used to defibrillate a real patient.
The reusable training pads and rechargeable battery pack have red packaging and labels to distinguish them as being for training use only.
On power-up, the Trainer will default to operating in “AED Video Mode” which displays visual prompts throughout the rescue scenarios. The Trainer can be put into either “AED ECG Mode,” which provides a non-diagnostic display of the heart rhythm, or “Manual Mode,” which allows overriding of the automatic features of the Trainer.
A remote control is provided with the Trainer VIEW that allows the instructor to control training exercises and functions from a distance. In addition, the remote control can be used to select from six representative training rescue scenarios.