replacement battery pack has a standby life (installed in
the unit) of 5 years (including daily, weekly, monthly and
quarterly self-tests), 125 defibrillation shocks, or 8 hours
of continuous operating time in the Defibtech AED.
5-year Battery Pack DCF-200
Installing and Removing the Battery pack
lithium battery pack provides power to the DDU-100 AED. Before
inserting the battery pack into the AED, the 9V lithium battery should
be installed in the battery pack itself.
emergency, the battery pack can be used without a 9V battery, but under
normal operating conditions the 9V battery should be installed. Do not
install the battery pack after the “Install By” or expiration date
printed on the label. The battery pack is non-rechargeable.
green Active Status Indicator on the label side of the battery pack will
blink periodically to indicate that the battery pack is ready for use.
If the status indicator is not blinking, either the 9V status battery
has discharged or the battery pack is not suitable for use. If the
indicator does not blink after a new 9V battery has been installed, the
Battery pack should no longer be used and should be removed from
service. When the battery pack is in the AED, a “beep” will provide
notice that the 9V battery’s capacity is low and that the 9V battery
should be replaced.
insert the battery pack into the DDU-100 AED, orient the battery
pack so that the label faces up. Make certain that the battery opening
inthe side of the AED is clean and clear of any foreign objects. Insert
the battery pack into the opening in the side of the AED. Slide the pack
all the way in until the latch clicks. If the pack does not slide all
the way in, it is most likely inserted upside down. Once fully inserted,
the battery pack surface should be flush with the side of the AED.
remove the battery pack, push the battery eject button on the side of
the AED. After the battery pack is partially ejected, pull the battery
pack out.14DAC-510E Rev. G
moments of insertion (if a non-discharged 9V ASI battery is installed)
the DDU-100 will turn on and run a battery pack insertion self-test. The
unit will automatically shut off after the test is run. Afterwards, the
Active Status Indicator on the top corner of the DDU-100 AED will
periodically flash (if a non-discharged 9V ASI battery was previously
installed in the battery pack). If the indicator flashes green, the AED
and battery pack are functioning properly, if the indicator flashes red,
there is a problem. Refer to the “Checking DDU-100 AED Status” section
for more details on the meaning of the indicator.