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Defibtech Lifeline View / PRO/ ECG AED Four-year Replacement Battery Pack (DCF-2003)

Defibtech Lifeline View / PRO/ ECG Four-year Replacement Battery Pack DCF-2003This replacement battery pack has a standby life (installed in the unit) of 4 years (including daily, weekly, monthly and quarterly self-tests), 125 shocks or 8 hours of continuous operating time.

WHEN TO REPLACE THE BATTERY PACK :

It is important to check the expiration date of the battery pack. The expiration date is printed on the label on the battery pack. The battery pack should be used before the expiration date. Follow all battery pack labeling instructions. Do not install battery packs after the expiration date. When the battery pack is low, the unit will indicate "battery low" or "replace battery now" and the Active Status Indicator will flash red. The battery pack should be replaced immediately. Use only Defibtech battery packs.

You may also check the status of the battery pack when the unit is off by pressing the center soft-key button to display the AED Status Screen and enter Maintenance Mode.

Recycle or dispose of lithium battery packs in accordance with federal, state, and/or local laws. To avoid fire and explosion hazard, do not burn or incinerate the battery pack. Do not crush.

The DDU-2300 AED uses a lithium battery pack to provide the AED with a long shelf and standby life. The battery pack is inserted into the battery pack opening on the back of the AED and latches into place. Battery packs are not rechargeable.
The battery pack provides power to the DDU-2300 AED. Do not install the battery pack after the expiration date printed on the label. The battery pack is non-rechargeable.

Before inserting the battery pack into the DDU-2300 AED, ensure that the battery pack opening in the back of the AED is clean and clear of any foreign objects. Insert the battery pack into the opening in the back of the AED. Push the pack all the way in until the latch clicks. The battery pack will only fit in one way - if the battery pack does not fit, rotate the battery pack before trying again. Once fully inserted, the battery pack surface should be flush with the back of the AED.

Within moments of insertion the DDU-2300 AED will turn on and run a battery pack insertion self-test.* When the test is completed, the unit will report the status of the battery pack and shut down. Afterwards, the Active Status Indicator, adjacent to the ON/OFF button of the DDU-2300 AED, will periodically flash. If the indicator flashes green, the AED and battery pack are ready for use. If the indicator flashes red, is solid red, or there is no flashing light, the AED requires service. (Refer to the "Checking The DDU-2300 AED Status" section below for more details on the meaning of the indicator.)

Note: The battery pack must be removed from the unit for more than 10 seconds for the battery pack self-test to be performed automatically.

To remove the battery pack, push the battery pack eject release latch. After the battery pack is partially ejected, pull the battery pack out.

Visually check the Active Status Indicator (ASI). The ASI should flash green. The ASI flashes green to indicate ready for use status. The ASI flashes red, solid red, or is not lit at all to indicate that service is required.

The ASI is powered by the battery pack. If the battery pack has been completely discharged or is not installed in the unit, the active status indication will not be available.

In this case, immediately replace the battery pack or reinsert it into the unit to restore active status indication.

If the unit does not turn on, check to make sure a good battery pack is installed.

Ensure that the battery pack has not expired. Expired battery packs must not be used.

When the battery pack is installed, the AED will turn on and run a battery pack test. Wait for the test to complete and for the unit to turn off.

HOW TO INSERT AND REMOVE THE BATTERY PACK

Before inserting the battery pack into the DDU- 2300 AED, ensure that the battery pack opening in the back of the AED is clean and clear of any foreign objects. Insert the battery pack into the opening in the back of the AED.

Push the pack all the way in until the latch clicks. The battery pack will only fit in one way. If the battery pack does not fit, rotate the battery pack before trying again. Once fully inserted, the battery pack surface should be flush with the back of the AED. Within moments of insertion, the DDU-2300 AED will turn on and run a battery pack insertion test. When the test is completed, the unit will report the status of the battery pack and shut down. (The battery pack must be removed from the unit for more than 10 seconds for the battery pack self-test to be performed automatically.)

To remove the battery pack, push the battery pack eject release latch. After the battery pack is partially ejected, pull the battery pack out.

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