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  • Life-critical FCT for Defibrillators using the UTS

    Bloomy Controls, Inc.

    Bloomy successfully produced a specialized version of the standard UTS to test a new defibrillator under development, code named AEDStar. This system delivers robust electronics functional test that ensure the defibrillator works first-time every-time in its life saving mission.

  • Defibrillator Analyzer - Bi Phasic & AED

    DELTA 2200 - Netech Corp.

    The DELTA 2200, Defibrillator Analyzer is a full function defibrillator analyzer that tests all defibrillators including semi-automatic, automatic, and those with bi-phasic waveforms. Built-in normal ECG and Arrhythmia waveforms make it easy for to test the latest generation of automatic defibrillators. An input jack is provided to accept additional external arrhythmia waveforms.

  • Defibrillator Analyzers, Pacemaker Testers and AED Testers

    Fluke Biomedical

    Fluke Biomedical’s defibrillator analyzers and defibrillator/transcutaneous pacemaker testing devices are rugged, portable precision test instruments that ensure proper operation and ultimate performance of critical life-support cardiac-resuscitation equipment. We offer best-in-class defibrillator testers that feature capabilities which encompass a wide spectrum of worldwide established pulse shapes, showcasing AED tester compatibility, and outperforming competitors in accuracy and standards.

  • EMI Site Survey

    Keystone Compliance

    An EMI site survey is an independent assessment of the potential Electromagnetic Interference (EMI) risks that might interfere with an implantable electrical device such as a pacemaker or defibrillator. The assessment should be completed by a qualified and accredited independent test lab such as Keystone Compliance and in collaboration with the employer, manufacturer of the device, patient and physician. A site survey is conducted by taking various electromagnetic measurements throughout the facility. Keystone Compliance uses a broad range of industry-accepted standards and specifications to determine which electromagnetic fields exist. Following completion of the on-site survey, Keystone Compliance provides the customers with a detailed site survey report that will help identify EMI sources and zones with the potential to interact with an implantable electrical device. This information should then be shared with the physician and employer to develop an action plan to reduce potential negative effects to the patient’s health.