USB to IR Adapter turns AED USB port into an IrDA compliant
infrared port for communication. Download an event data
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Also Post-event summary data from the physio-control devices is available through the
Physio-Control LIFENET system and TrueCPR Report Generator. After device use, CPR data can be downloaded via a USB cable to your computer. The TrueCPR Report Generator provides you with a summary report including:.
This 16ft USB 2.0 Active Extension Cable offers one USB A male connector and one USB A female connector, providing an active, bus-powered extension of a USB 2.0 device connection by up to 16ft (5m).
The extension cable (USB Extender) supports high speed USB 2.0 transfer rates of up to 480Mbps, and is backed by
a 2-year Warranty.
USB to Infrared IrDA Adapter USB
16-ft USB 2.0 Active Extension Cable
Extends a USB 2.0/1.1/1.0 device connection by an additional 16ft (5m) or cascade up to 5 levels for 80ft (25m)
Powered directly from the USB port, so no external power adapters are required
Backed by a StarTech.com 2-year warranty and free lifetime technical support
Visual overview of the compressions with indication of
pauses. Overview of Connections for Transmitting Reports
Patient, test, and service data can be transmitted from the LIFEPAK 1000 defibrillator to a PC-compatible
computer equipped with CODE-STAT software, version 6.0 or later, a Physio-Control LIFENET system
product. LIFENET system products are compatible with Microsoft® Windows 2000 Professional and
The LIFEPAK 1000 defibrillator (see Figure 2-1) supports wireless, infrared communications for
transmitting data from the defibrillator to your computer. To receive the transmission, your computer
must have an operational IrDA port.
If your computer does not have an IrDA port, you can install an IrDA adapter to provide the needed
interface. Physio-Control recommends installing an IrDA adapter on all computers to ensure successful
communication connections and data transmissions.
IrDA adapters are available for serial or USB computer ports. Follow the installation and usage instructions
provided with the adapter, ensuring that the adapter mount (receiving end) is positioned on a stable
surface. Figure 4-1 provides guidelines to follow for positioning the defibrillator and the IrDA adapter
before initiating a transmission.
Note: The shaded cone in Figure 4-1 represents the approximate parameters for positioning the
defibrillator’s IrDA port opposite the IrDA adapter. As the distance between the two increases, so
does the possible range for aligning them. You initiate and control transmission of device data at your computer using a LIFENET system product.
This includes initiating data download, selecting reports to be transmitted, and monitoring transmission
progress. More information about configuring your LIFENET system product and instructions for
transmitting device data are provided in the users guide and reference cards that accompany the LIFENET
The USB2IR3 USB to IR Adapter turns a USB port into an IrDA
compliant infrared port for communication with a wide
variety of IrDA compliant devices, such as PDAs, cell
phones, test equipment and medical instruments.
Included in Package: 1 - USB to IR Adapter, 1 - Driver CD, 1
- Instruction Manual
A compact and low-powered design that works over a range of
up to 1 meter, line of sight, and supports FIR (4 Mbps), MIR
(1.15 Mbps), SIR (115.6 Kbps) and ASKIR (56 Kbps) modes for
compatibility with a wide range of infrared devices.
The USB-IR adapter is backed by 2-year
Support for FIR, MIR, SIR and ASKIR modes ensures broad
compatibilty with IrDA devices, in a compact and portable
Line of sight communication range of up to 1 meter, suitable for
the most commonly used infrared devices
The infrared adapter is powered through the USB connection,
which enables you to use the adapter without an external