SCHILLER Fred easyport

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FRED easyport from Schiller is a small and lightweight pocket defibrillator.

The FRED easyport is a battery-operated automated external defibrillator
(AED) with biphasic pulsed defibrillation pulse. Defibrillation is performed
via disposable adhesive electrodes (pads), which are also used to record the ECG signal for analysis

During operation, the operator receives written and acoustic instructions (display / loudspeaker). Power is supplied by a replaceable lithium disposable battery. The capacity is sufficient for 45 shocks with maximum energy or 2 hours of monitor operation.

  • Extremely light - only 490 grams (incl. batteries)
  • Extremely small - 133 x 126 x 35 mm (L x W x H)
  • High resolution liquid crystal display

Specifications SCHILLER Fred easyport

resQshock Item no.3210313
ECG displayYes
CPR supportNo
Battery changeOn average every 2.5 years
Changing electrodesOn average every 2 years
Manufacturer's warranty5 years

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