(1) Power control (18). The power control is the green push button switch for
main power to the defibrillator module.
When you depress the defibrillator power switch, it activates and deactivates
the monitor while both modules are interconnected and both green power
switches are in the OFF position. The power lamp will light on both units. The
monitor and defibrillator modules may be turned on and off independently of
(2) Energy select switch (19). The energy select switch is an eight position
rotary switch with the following selections: 5, 10, 20, 30, 50, 100, 200, and 360 joules of
(3) Charge button (20). To charge the defibrillator, depress the yellow charge
button on the console or APEX paddle. An intermittent tone will sound, the yellow charge
switch will flash, and the yellow LED selected energy display will flash during the charge
period. When fully charged, the charge button will show a steady light, the tone will be
constant, and the yellow selected energy display will remain lit.
(4) Sync button (21). When you depress the sync button, the sync is
activated, and the white push button is lit. The sinc mode automatically turns off when the
disarm button is pressed, when the sync switch and defibrillator are turned off and the
defibrillator is fired.
The defibrillator module must be interconnected to the monitor for
synchronized operation. After a synchronized discharge, the sinc mode is
automatically turned off.
(5) Disarm button (22). Pressing the red disarm push button discharges the
defibrillator internally, but maintains power to defibrillator module.
(6) Internal fire button (23). The blue internal fire push button discharges the
defibrillator for internal defibrillation.
Internal energy selections are automatically limited to 50 joules (j) or less. A
higher than 50j energy selection, with the internal paddles connected will show
an "Err" (error) message displayed on the selected energy meter, and the
defibrillator will not charge.
(7) Battery charger indicator (24). The battery charger indicator is lit when the
battery paks are being charged and the unit is plugged into the ac power source.