HeartSine SAM 450P Trainer

$589.00

HeartSine™ samaritan® PAD Training System with Remote Control. A non-shocking training device used to train students in the use of the automated external defibrillator. This trainer is now available in semi-automatic or fully-automatic versions, just like the HeartSine samaritan PAD 350P and 360P AEDs. Use the drop-down window above to select your preferred option.

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Description

HeartSine™ samaritan® PAD Training System with Remote Control. A non-shocking training device used to train students in the use of the automated external defibrillator. This trainer is now available in semi-automatic or fully-automatic versions, just like the HeartSine samaritan PAD 350P and 360P AEDs. Use the drop-down window above to select your preferred option.
Trainer contains a rechargeable battery, with up to 7 hours use on a charge. Recharges in 4 hours.
The new training pads are compatible with all training manikins and are now easier to place back on the liner. They also come with a cable rewind mechanism that will reduce the time spent resetting the system.
The included charger/power supply allows for operation on battery or A/C current. Another new feature is LEDs indicate the charging status while not in use, or one hour of remaining battery life (while in use).
Comes with 6 scenarios onboard and is programmable in 29 different languages. Software is consistent with AHA G2010 Guidelines.
Order now and you will receive:

• HeartSine samaritan PAD Training Unit

• Carry Case for Training Unit

• Trainer Power Supply/Charger

• 5 Pairs Training Adhesives

• HeartSine samaritan PAD Trainer Pads w/Cable Rewind

• Remote Control (2 “AAA” batteries included)

• User Manual

• Quick Reference Card

Additional information

Weight 1.3 lbs
Dimensions 7.25 × 2 × 8.5 in
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