M Series Features
The Zoll M Series combines a defibrillator, ECG display, advanced monitoring capabilities, and noninvasive transcutaneous pacing (NTP) with communication, data printing and recording capabilities in a single lightweight portable instrument. The M Series has been designed for all resuscitation situations and it’s small, compact, lightweight design makes it ideal for accompanying patients during transport. This AED/Defibrillator is designed for use in both the hospital and the rugged EMS environment. It features CPR monitoring by evaluating the rate and depth of chest compressions while providing feedback to the rescuer. When equipped with a PCMCIA card, the Zoll M Series defibrillator records ECG and virtually all device data when the device is turned on. In addition, voice data from any incident around this device can also be recorded.
Manual or AED defibrillation modes.
Delivers up to 360 joules into a 50-ohm impedance.
ECG Monitoring with 3 or 5 lead patient cable.
Up to 2.5 hours of monitoring on battery power.
Integrated CPR assistance.
M Series Specifications
Height: 6.8 in (17.3 cm)
Width: 10.3 in (26.2 cm)
Depth: 8.2 in (20.8 cm)
Weight: 11.5 lbs (5.23 kg)
Type: Sealed lead acid
Operating Time: About 2.5 hours
Charging Time: About 7.2 hours
Screen Type: High-resolution Liquid crystal display (LCD)
Size: 5.66 inches (14.4 cm) diagonally
Sweep Speed: 25 mm/sec, 50 mm/sec (Configurable for 12-lead ECG recording)
Viewing Time: 4 seconds
AC Power: 100-120 ~ 50/60 Hz, 220-240 ~ 50 Hz, 220 VA
DC Input: 10-29 V. 130 W
Patient Connection: 3 or 5-lead ECG cable, paddles, or MFE pads
Heart Rate Range: 30 to 300 bpm
Heart Rate Accuracy: ±5%
Response time to Change in Heart Rate: 80 to 120 bpm: 4 Seconds; 80 to 40 bpm: 4.25 seconds
Compression Depth: 0.75 to 3 inches ±0.25 inches (1.9 to 7.6 cm ±0.6 cm)/li>
Compression Rate: 50 to 150 compressions per minute
Paper: 80 mm thermal (grid width), 90 mm (paper width)
Speed: 25 mm/sec
Delay: 6 seconds
Method: Thermal-array printhead
Capacity: Standard series II flashcard – 1 megabyte to 16 megabytes
Audio Recording: Digital compressed audio data