News | February 03, 2008

Fluke Rolls Out New Defibrillator, Pacemaker Analyzers

February 4, 2008 – Fluke Biomedical unveiled today new defibrillator and pacemaker analyzer technologies, the Impulse 6000D Defibrillator Analyzer and the Impulse 7000DP Defibrillator/Pacer Analyzer, which are designed to be rugged, portable test instrumentation for biomedical technical professionals to ensure proper operation and ultimate performance of critical life-support cardiac resuscitation equipment.

The Impulse 6000D and Impulse 7000DP test capabilities encompass the spectrum of worldwide established pulse shapes, showcase breakthrough AED test compatibility and outperform in accuracy and standards compliance.

“These models are not only superior in technology, safety and standards compliance, but also ease of use,” notes Hongbo Chen, Product Manager for Fluke Biomedical. Optional automation software standardizes test procedures, captures results, and prints and stores data.
Both models are compatible with the full range of available monophasic, DC-biphasic and AC pulsedbiphasic defibrillation technologies and are designed, tested and built to incomparable Fluke quality standards.

For more information: www.fluke.com

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