Zoll M Series Monophasic Defibrillators
Various Configurations. This is for the customer that wants a small compact defibrillator/monitor without biphasic technology. It is a trade off monitoring capabilities or lower price depending on the configuration against the newer Biphasic waveform technology.
Zoll M Series, 12-lead, Monophasic, Pacing, Sp02, Etc02
Zoll M Series, 12-lead, Monophasic,SpO2, AED (no Pacing)
Zoll M-series, 3-lead, Monophasic, Pacing , Sp02, AED
Zoll M-series, 3-lead, Monophasic, Pacing, AED
Zoll M-series, 3-lead, Monophasic, Pacing
Zoll M Series Monophasic Defibrillators are designed to be both a defibrillator and patient monitor depending on the customer’s needs. Standard configuration includes Multi-Function Cable to be used with Disposable Electrodes. Pacing can only be done through the disposable electrodes.
Hard Paddles are available in the secondary market but hard to find and expensive.
The monitoring options cannot be upgraded.
Features and Benefits
Zoll M Series Monophasic Defibrillators are the smallest, lightest, brightest defibrillator unit in its class makes for easy handling and optimal viewing while the Battery Management built-in AC power and battery charger does not add size or weight.
The ZOLL Uniform Operating System features consistent, straightforward controls; intuitive menus lessen training costs, minimize operator confusion, and reduce the chance for error.
ZOLL’s patented external Non-invasive Temporary Pacing offers superior capture at lower mean thresholds, reducing muscle artifact and ensuring more patient comfort and better patient tolerance.
Size: 6.8 in (17.3 cm) high x 10.3 in (26.2 cm) wide x 8.2 in (20.8 cm) deep.
Weight: 11.5 lb. (5.23 kg) with Multi-Function Cable and battery
Design Standards: Meets or exceeds UL 2601, AAMI DF-39, AAMI DF-2, and IEC 601-2-4.
Waveform: Damped sinusoid
Charge Time: Less than 7 seconds with a new fully charged battery (first 15 charges to max energy.) Depleted batteries will result in a longer defibrillator charge time.