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ZOLL AED Plus Replacement Lithium Batteries

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ZOLL AED Plus Replacement Lithium Batteries Part # ZOLL 8000-0807-01

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For AED Plus units running software version 5.32 or higher, replace batteries every 5 years or if unit prompts. For earlier software versions, replace batteries every 3 years and place a dated AED Plus battery replacement reminder label next to the On/Off button. These labels are available from ZOLL Customer Service. Use only type 123A lithium manganese dioxide batteries from recommended manufacturers. Use only commercially available type 123A lithium manganese dioxide batteries. Use only batteries from recommended manufacturers. See the AED Plus Administrator’s Guide (P/N 9650-0301-01) for a list of recommended battery manufacturers. Remove all batteries from battery compartment and discard before installing any new batteries. Discard batteries properly after removal from AED Plus unit. ■ Insert 10 new batteries into battery well. Do not use outdated batteries.ZOLL AED Plus Replacement Lithium Batteries Compartment Door ■ Press button in battery well only after installation of new batteries. Installing or Replacing Batteries To power the AED Plus, use 10 consumer type 123A Photo Flash lithium manganese dioxide batteries. You can purchase these batteries at many department, camera or electronics stores. ZOLL AED PLUS Administrator’s Guide 19 For AED Plus units running software version 5.32 or higher, replace batteries every 5 years or if unit prompts. For earlier software versions, replace batteries every 3 years. A dated AED Plus battery replacement reminder label can be placed next to the On/Off button (available from ZOLL Customer Service). These batteries: • Should be used well before their labeled expiration date. • Should be checked periodically for the expiration date. Batteries produced by all recommended manufacturers have a 10 year from date of manufacture shelf life when not installed in an AED Plus unit. The following examples demonstrate how to read date codes on Duracell..

The first digit indicates the year of manufacture (Example: 7=1997, 6=1996 etc.). The second character is a letter
from A-L that indicates the month of manufacture (Example: A=January, B=February and so on to L for December.)

Do not use Panasonic or Rayovac batteries. Use of Panasonic or Rayovac batteries may result in significantly longer defibrillator charging times than those required during emergency situations.
Removing the Battery Compartment Door: See  ZOLL AED PLUS Administrator’s Guide to remove the battery cover, insert a small tool (e.g., flat blade screw driver) into the two slots on the rear of the unit to depress the latches, then insert the tool into the groove on the bottom to lift the cover. 

ZOLL AED Plus Replacement Lithium Batteries installed Remove all batteries at once and dispose of batteries properly. Place new batteries into the battery bank, observing battery polarity markings and making sure that all batteries are securely seated and properly oriented.

After placing the first 5 to 9 batteries in the battery well, the INSTALL BATTERIES audio prompt reminds you to install the remaining batteries in the battery compartment.  See the ZOLL AED Plus Replacement Lithium Batteries installed in the picture.

ZOLL AED Plus Replacement Lithium Batteries Specifications:
Battery Capacity : Typical new battery (20° C):
• stand-by life with batteries installed: 5 years, or
  300 ±5 continuous shocks: 250 ±5 shocks before “change battery” indicator and 50 ±5 shocks after “change battery” indicator; or at least 13 hours of continuous Monitoring time

 
Battery Condition
  Indications
Correction
 
 
 

Low Battery with AED Plus off

Audible beep from AED Plus

once every minute.
Replace batteries.

Low Battery during power

up self test.

CHANGE BATTERIES prompt

(when AED Plus is powered on)

Replace batteries.

 

Low Battery or other self

test failure with AED Plus

powered off or during self

test.

Status Indicator has red “X”

indicating failure to operate

(when off).

Replace batteries. Check or

replace electrodes. If red “X”

remains, return to ZOLL

Technical Support for service.

Low Battery with AED

Plus powered on.

CHANGE BATTERIES prompt

(unit powered on).

Replace batteries as soon as

possible.

Dead Battery

Status Indicator has red “X”

indicating failure to operate

(when off).

 

Replace batteries. If red “X” remains, return to ZOLL Technical Support for service.

 

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ZOLL AED Pro Non Rechargeable Lithium Battery Pack 800-0086-001 Zoll AED Pro Lithium battery. Ready for installation when required for ZOLL AED PRO
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ZOLL AED Pro Battery. Part # 8050-0022-01

ZOLL AED Pro Battery Pack 8050-0022-01. Please note this battery is very cost effective but cannot be upgraded to Smart Battery. Alternate part number previously used for this ZOLL AED Pro Battery was: 8004-0009  
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Zoll AED Pro Smart Ready Rechargeable Battery PackZoll AED Pro Smart Ready Rechargeable Battery Pack-8004-0104-01
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Managing Rechargeable Battery Packs: Rechargeable battery packs require a full recharge after each use. Avoid using a battery pack that is not fully recharged. WARNING! Regular use of a partially charged battery pack without a full recharge between uses results in permanently reduced capacity and early failure of the battery pack. Many factors contribute to the loss of battery capacity, including the frequency of use, the number of battery packs available for operations, and the pattern of discharging and recharging battery packs. Because of this, ZOLL recommends that operators schedule a preventive routine for replacing and discarding used battery packs. Base your replacement schedule for rechargeable battery packs on anticipated use patterns, battery pack testing results, and experience with the device in actual operation. When stored and not in use, a battery pack can lose 2% to 3% of its energy per month. ZOLL recommends purchasing new batteries every eighteen months or sooner. Recharging and Testing Battery Packs ZOLL battery packs are designed to be charged in ZOLL chargers. ZOLL recommends that you always have a ZOLL auxiliary battery charger available for charging spare battery packs and for routine testing of battery packs. WARNING! Test battery packs regularly. A battery that does not pass its test might shut down unexpectedly. For information on using battery chargers, refer to the ZOLL Base Power Charger manuals.

Achieving Optimal Performance with Rechargeable Batteries To ensure the longest life from rechargeable battery packs, follow these general practices: DO carry a fully charged spare battery pack at all times. DO charge battery packs completely. Whenever a battery pack exchange is required, install a fully charged battery pack. Use of partially charged battery packs might result in very short run time and unexpected shutdown. If you use a partially charged battery pack, fully charge that battery pack before using it again. Repeated use after partial charging quickly diminishes the battery pack’s capacity, thereby shortening its life. If you must frequently use partially charged battery packs, your organization should assess whether enough battery packs are available to fully support typical rescue activity. DO implement a means of indicating the charge status of battery packs. It is important to visually distinguish battery packs that are charged from those that are not. Establish a system for visually indicating whether a battery pack requires charging or is charged and ready for use. ZOLL can provide battery pack status labels for this purpose, or you can use labels or methods of your own. DO change the battery pack as soon as the message CHANGE BATTERY appears. The battery warning ultimately leads to shutdown of the unit. As a battery ages, its remaining operating time between the warning and shutdown progressively diminishes. Older battery packs might provide very little run time after the warning and might fail unexpectedly. Always replace a battery with a fully charged battery as soon as the battery warning appears. DO test rechargeable battery packs regularly. Your organization must determine and implement an appropriate testing schedule for rechargeable battery packs. Conformance to this schedule is crucial for identifying battery packs that have reached end-of-life and should be removed from use. Battery packs subjected to repeated short discharge-and-charge cycles might lose capacity quickly, and so should be tested more frequently. DO exchange battery packs regularly. Exchange battery packs once every shift or once every day, depending on their use. DO exercise or test battery packs every 90 days (or sooner as they age).

DO NOT store battery packs in a discharged or depleted state. When you remove a rechargeable battery from the unit, immediately place it in a charger or test well. Idle battery packs lose some of their charge and might suffer damage to charge capacity if left in a discharged state. DO NOT assume that a shift check of the unit verifies adequate battery pack run time. Test the unit daily to verify its readiness for use. This test, however, does not verify adequate charge state or capacity of the battery pack and might leave the unit with inadequate run time. If the message CHANGE BATTERY appears during testing, replace the battery pack immediately. If the removed battery pack is rechargeable, recharge it immediately. DO NOT charge battery packs at temperature extremes. Charge battery packs at or near normal room temperature (15°C to 35°C or 59°F to 95°F). DO NOT remove a partially charged battery pack from the battery charger. Always fully charge a battery pack before returning it to use. If you must use a partially charged battery pack, be sure to fully charge the pack before its next use.

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Product Description: The ZOLL XL Battery is a 4.5 AH lead acid battery pack intended for use in appropriately configured M Series and M Series CCT defibrillators. It is available as a Smart Battery or Smart Ready Battery. Please see the Smart Battery Operator’s Guide for additional information on Smart Battery functionality.
NOTE:
The XL battery is NOT intended for use in ZOLL 900/1200/1400/1600/1700/2000 series units. See the "Defibrillator Compatibility" section below for information on M Series use.

Warnings! • Follow all recommended maintenance and operating instructions for the XL Battery and associated ZOLL charging/testing systems. If a problem or question arises, contact Technical Service. Do not use the XL Battery until it has been inspected, tested, and recalibrated by the appropriate personnel
and you have been adequately trained in the proper use of the XL Battery. • Locate the XL Battery and ZOLL resuscitation devices where they cannot harm the patient or user if they fall. • Under certain conditions, it is possible for small amounts of hydrogen gas to be released during charging of the battery pack. This may present a hazard. • Do not immerse or set the XL Battery in fluid. • Do not use alcohol or ketones (MEK, acetone, etc.) on the XL Battery. Do not autoclave the XL Battery. • The XL Battery is protected against interference from radio frequency emissions typical of two way radios and cellular phones (digital and analog) used in emergency service/public safety activities. Users of the XL Battery should assess the device's performance in their typical environment of use for the possibility of radio frequency interference from high power sources. • Keep a fully charged spare battery pack available at all times with the Monitor/Defibrillator. Replace the battery immediately upon low battery message. • Do not install batteries into Monitor/Defibrillators when storage may exceed 90 days. Battery damage may occur. • Do not use the XL Battery if the case is cracked or broken. • When charging a XL Battery pack in a Base PowerCharger4x4 or Base PowerCharger1x1 unit, ensure unit is labeled “XL Battery Ready” otherwise the battery cannot be charged to full capacity and operating life may be reduced. • ZOLL charging/testing systems used with the XL Battery should be calibrated or tested periodically using the appropriate Service Manual Test Check Out procedures. • To dispose of the battery properly, place it in an acid resistant container. Dispose of the battery in accordance with federal, state, and local regulations. Do not incinerate batteries. Ship the batteries to a reclaimation facility for the recovery of metal and plastic compounds as the proper method of waste management. • Use of ZOLL PD 4410 batteries with M Series CCT or M Series units configured to operate with XL batteries is not recommended. Although the PD 4410 battery can be used to power such units in an emergency situation, the period from low battery warning to unit shut down will be substantially shortened. See the M Series Configuration Guide (9650-0201-01) for additional information. 2 ZOLL M Series XL Battery

General Information:
Defibrillator Compatibility:  M Series units must have software version 30.00 or higher and be outfitted with the appropriate handle assembly. New M Series units may be ordered with the XL Battery option. Older M Series units may be upgraded if the current software version is 20.00 or higher. All M Series CCT units are XL Battery-ready. The XL Battery is not intended for use in ZOLL 900/1200/1400/1600/1700/2000 series units.
Charger Compatibility:
The XL Battery is only compatible with ZOLL Base PowerCharger4x4 or Base PowerCharger1x1 units labeled “XL Battery Ready.”  Older ZOLL Base PowerCharger4x4 or Base PowerCharger1x1 units may be upgraded. All XL Battery ready chargers are backward compatible with the PD4410 battery pack.

Battery Maintenance: Test batteries regularly. At a minimum, ZOLL recommends testing batteries every three months. For additional information on battery maintenance, refer to the ZOLL document, Battery Management Program (#9650-0019).
 
Operating Note
: The XL Battery may feel warm to the touch following an excessive number of defibrillation discharges at maximum energy.

Cleaning: Clean the ZOLL XL Battery with a soft damp cloth and mild soap. CAUTION! Do not immerse or set battery in fluids; do not use alcohol, ketones (MEK, acetone, etc.); and do not autoclave.
Upgrade Kits
: M Series units with software version 20.00 and higher may be upgraded for use with the XL Battery. If the unit is equipped with an Extreme Pack II, an upgrade will be required for the Extreme Pack as well.  All M Series CCT units are compatible with the XL Battery. Base PowerCharger4x4 and Base PowerCharger1x1 units not labeled “XL Battery Ready” must be upgraded for use with the XL Battery.

 

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ZOLL Pro Surepower Rechargeable Lithium Ion Battery Pack 8019-0535-01
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Suitable for ZOLL AED Pro $475.00ZOLL Pro Surepower Rechargeable Lithium Ion Battery Pack 8019-0535-01 
ZOLL Pro SurePower Battery Pack....The SurePower Battery Pack provides enhanced on-board processing that allows the battery to communicate its specific charging requirements to the ZOLL SurePower Charger Station or ZOLL defibrillator. The battery’s on-board processing also allows it to provide the following information: • The battery’s run time or capacity. • The battery’s calibration status. • Battery Faults Indications.

Note: ZOLL ships the SurePower Battery Pack in a partially charged state and you must fully charge the battery before first use. It is very important that you recharge a depleted SurePower Battery Pack as soon as possible.  
Installing a Battery Pack: The AED Pro unit accepts the following types of battery packs: • Rechargeable PD 4410-series battery packs • Disposable sealed lithium manganese dioxide battery packs • SurePower rechargeable lithium ion battery packs When the unit displays the message CHANGE BATTERY, immediately replace the battery with a fully charged battery pack. Before you begin Be sure the unit is turned off. Be sure the battery pack to be installed is fully charged. WARNING! Do not use a rechargeable battery pack if the unit’s standby period will exceed 90 days.

Battery care:  Keep a fully charged spare battery pack with the device at all times. When the unit displays the message CHANGE BATTERY, immediately replace the battery pack with a fully charged one. Regular use of a partially charged battery pack without fully recharging it between uses might permanently reduce the battery’s capacity and result in early failure. Regularly test rechargeable battery packs. A rechargeable battery pack that does not pass its test could fail without warning. Do not disassemble a battery pack or dispose of it in fire. Do not try to recharge a non-rechargeable battery pack. If mistreated, a battery pack might explode. Dispose of battery packs in accordance with federal, state, and local regulations. Battery packs should be shipped to a reclamation facility for recovery of metal and plastic compounds as the proper method of waste management.

Important: If you change the battery while the unit is in clinical use (that is, with a cable connected), the unit automatically powers on in nonrescue mode and then shuts down. Press and release the On/Off button to restart the unit. CHANGE BATTERY Warning When the unit detects a low energy condition, it issues the voice and text prompt CHANGE BATTERY once every minute. Depending on the age and condition of the battery, the remaining operating time of the unit might be extremely limited. The warning message continues until the device shuts down. WARNING! To ensure the availability of adequate power during an emergency, keep a fully charged spare battery pack with the device at all times. Whenever the unit issues the prompt CHANGE BATTERY, immediately replace the used battery pack with a fully charged one to ensure continuous operation and to avoid unexpected device shutdown. After removing a depleted rechargeable battery pack from the unit, recharge the pack as soon as possible.

Managing Rechargeable Battery Packs:  Rechargeable battery packs require a full recharge after each use. Avoid using a battery pack that is not fully recharged. WARNING! Regular use of a partially charged battery pack without a full recharge between uses results in permanently reduced capacity and early failure of the battery pack. Many factors contribute to the loss of battery capacity, including the frequency of use, the number of battery packs available for operations, and the pattern of discharging and recharging battery packs. Because of this, ZOLL recommends that operators schedule a preventive routine for replacing and discarding used battery packs. Base your replacement schedule for rechargeable battery packs on anticipated use patterns, battery pack testing results, and experience with the device in actual operation. When stored and not in use, a battery pack can lose 2% to 3% of its energy per month. ZOLL recommends purchasing new batteries every eighteen months or sooner. Recharging and Testing Battery Packs ZOLL battery packs are designed to be charged in ZOLL chargers. ZOLL recommends that you always have a ZOLL auxiliary battery charger available for charging spare battery packs and for routine testing of battery packs. WARNING! Test battery packs regularly. A battery that does not pass its test might shut down unexpectedly.

Achieving Optimal Performance with Rechargeable Batteries:  To ensure the longest life from rechargeable battery packs, follow these general practices: DO carry a fully charged spare battery pack at all times. DO charge battery packs completely. Whenever a battery pack exchange is required, install a fully charged battery pack. Use of partially charged battery packs might result in very short run time and unexpected shutdown. If you use a partially charged battery pack, fully charge that battery pack before using it again. Repeated use after partial charging quickly diminishes the battery pack’s capacity, thereby shortening its life. If you must frequently use partially charged battery packs, your organization should assess whether enough battery packs are available to fully support typical rescue activity. DO implement a means of indicating the charge status of battery packs. It is important to visually distinguish battery packs that are charged from those that are not. Establish a system for visually indicating whether a battery pack requires charging or is charged and ready for use. ZOLL can provide battery pack status labels for this purpose, or you can use labels or methods of your own. DO change the battery pack as soon as the message CHANGE BATTERY appears. The battery warning ultimately leads to shutdown of the unit. As a battery ages, its remaining operating time between the warning and shutdown progressively diminishes. Older battery packs might provide very little run time after the warning and might fail unexpectedly. Always replace a battery with a fully charged battery as soon as the battery warning appears. DO test rechargeable battery packs regularly. Your organization must determine and implement an appropriate testing schedule for rechargeable battery packs. Conformance to this schedule is crucial for identifying battery packs that have reached end-of-life and should be removed from use. Battery packs subjected to repeated short discharge-and-charge cycles might lose capacity quickly, and so should be tested more frequently. DO exchange battery packs regularly. Exchange battery packs once every shift or once every day, depending on their use. DO exercise or test battery packs every 90 days (or sooner as they age). 

----DO NOT store battery packs in a discharged or depleted state. When you remove a rechargeable battery from the unit, immediately place it in a charger or test well. Idle battery packs lose some of their charge and might suffer damage to charge capacity if left in a discharged state. DO NOT assume that a shift check of the unit verifies adequate battery pack run time. Test the unit daily to verify its readiness for use. This test, however, does not verify adequate charge state or capacity of the battery pack and might leave the unit with inadequate run time. If the message CHANGE BATTERY appears during testing, replace the battery pack immediately. If the removed battery pack is rechargeable, recharge it immediately. DO NOT charge battery packs at temperature extremes. Charge battery packs at or near normal room temperature (15°C to 35°C or 59°F to 95°F). DO NOT remove a partially charged battery pack from the battery charger. Always fully charge a battery pack before returning it to use. If you must use a partially charged battery pack, be sure to fully charge the pack before its next use.

Zoll AED Surepower Battery Charger Station 8050-0030-01
 

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Zoll AED Surepower Battery Charger Station 8050-0030-01 ... ZOLL AED Battery Power Charging System: Rapid Recharge :Puts batteries back in service fast and

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interchangeability provides virtually unlimited portable capability with spares.

ZOLL's Power Charging Systems offer the first complete and practical solution for improving reliability, effectiveness and costs in battery management. The user interface is simple and designed to automatically catch the most common mistakes by alerting the user before a problem can occur. Flexibility for AC and portable application is unequaled, recharging is the fastest available and testing is automated andZoll AED Surepower Battery Charger Station 8050-0030-01 complete. In combination, the ZOLL Base Power Charger 4X4, high-performance lead-acid batteries and TQM approach to batteries set a new standard for performance, battery care, and maintenance.  Base Power Charger 4x4 Automatically tests and recharges a battery rapidly in eight hours or less. Visual and audible indicators alert users to batteries with insufficient capacity, incomplete charge and detected faults to ensure safe and reliable patient use. Automated testing saves technician time and cost by eliminating manual procedures and preventing battery problems before they occur. Ensuring that a defibrillator has adequate power to manage a full cardiac emergency is a constant challenge. In fact, studies have shown that the majority of defibrillator problems are related to unexpected battery failure. Battery life is unpredictable and affected by many factors such as cell type, frequency of use, charge and discharge curves, and age. Proper testing and maintenance of batteries can be very labor intensive and costly when done properly. If overlooked and problems arise, the quality of patient care can be compromised. 

ZOLL AED Battery Power Charging System: Rapid Recharge :Puts batteries back in service fast and interchangeability provides virtually unlimited portable capability with spares.

The ZOLL SurePower Charger Station is a four-bay unit that can test, recalibrate, and charge up to four ZOLL rechargable defibrillator batteries at once.  It is a multi-chemistry charger that works with both ZOLL lithium ion and lead acid batteries.  ZOLL SurePower Charger for external battery charging and capacity evaluation. You can charge up to four battery packs simultaneously; testing is automatic. ZOLL’s defibrillator batteries and the bays in the SurePower Charger Station are keyed to prevent incompatible batteries from seating in the charging bays and damaging the SurePower Charger Station. Place the SurePower Charger Station on a stable, secure surface. Position the charger so that the control panel and LED’s face the area from which you’ll be working -- this will make it easier to see the LED’s and install and remove batteries. Make sure that there are at least four inches of clear space surrounding the charger. This provides the air circulation necessary for the charger to dissipate the heat that it generates during operation.

SurePower Charger Station Charging Bays: The charging bays in the SurePower Charger Station are designed to accommodate the following ZOLL rechargable lithium ion battery: • SurePower Battery Pack and the following ZOLL rechargable lead acid batteries: • Battery Pack PD4410 • Smart Ready Battery • Smart Battery • XL Smart Ready Battery • XL Smart Battery


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Zoll M-Series Defibrillator Battery
Defibrillator Compatibility:
M Series units must have software version 30.00 or higher and be outfitted with the appropriate handle assembly. New M Series units may be ordered with the XL Battery option. Older M Series units may be upgraded if the current software version is 20.00 or higher. All M Series CCT units are XL Battery-ready. The XL Battery is not intended for use in ZOLL 900/1200/1400/1600/1700/2000 series units. Charger Compatibility The XL Battery is only compatible with ZOLL Base PowerCharger4x4 or Base PowerCharger1x1 units labeled “XL Battery Ready.” Older ZOLL Base PowerCharger4x4 or Base PowerCharger1x1 units may be upgraded. All XL Battery ready chargers are backward compatible with the PD4410 battery pack.ZOLLs Power Charging Systems offer the first complete and practical solution for improving reliability, effectiveness and costs in AED battery management.

Product Description:

The ZOLL XL Battery is a 4.5 AH lead acid battery pack intended for use in appropriately configured M Series and M Series CCT defibrillators. It is available as a Smart Battery or Smart Ready Battery. Please see the Smart Battery Operator’s Guide for additional information on Smart Battery functionality. NOTE: The XL battery is NOT intended for use in ZOLL 900/1200/1400/1600/1700/2000 series units. See the "Defibrillator Compatibility" section below for information on M Series use. Warnings! • Follow all recommended maintenance and operating instructions for the XL Battery and associated ZOLL charging/testing systems. If a problem or question arises, contact Technical Service. Do not use the XL Battery until it has been inspected, tested, and recalibrated by the appropriate personnel and you have been adequately trained in the proper use of the XL Battery. • Locate the XL Battery and ZOLL resuscitation devices where they cannot harm the patient or user if they fall. • Under certain conditions, it is possible for small amounts of hydrogen gas to be released during charging of the battery pack. This may present a hazard. • Do not immerse or set the XL Battery in fluid. • Do not use alcohol or ketones (MEK, acetone, etc.) on the XL Battery. Do not autoclave the XL Battery. • The XL Battery is protected against interference from radio frequency emissions typical of two way radios and cellular phones (digital and analog) used in emergency service/public safety activities. Users of the XL Battery should assess the device's performance in their typical environment of use for the possibility of radio frequency interference from high power sources. • Keep a fully charged spare battery pack available at all times with the Monitor/Defibrillator. Replace the battery immediately upon low battery message. • Do not install batteries into Monitor/Defibrillators when storage may exceed 90 days. Battery damage may occur. • Do not use the XL Battery if the case is cracked or broken. • When charging a XL Battery pack in a Base PowerCharger4x4 or Base PowerCharger1x1 unit, ensure unit is labeled “XL Battery Ready” otherwise the battery cannot be charged to full capacity and operating life may be reduced. • ZOLL charging/testing systems used with the XL Battery should be calibrated or tested periodically using the appropriate Service Manual Test Check Out procedures. • To dispose of the battery properly, place it in an acid resistant container. Dispose of the battery in accordance with federal, state, and local regulations. Do not incinerate batteries. Ship the batteries to a reclaimation facility for the recovery of metal and plastic compounds as the proper method of waste management. • Use of ZOLL PD 4410 batteries with M Series CCT or M Series units configured to operate with XL batteries is not recommended. Although the PD 4410 battery can be used to power such units in an emergency situation, the period from low battery warning to unit shut down will be substantially shortened. See the M Series Configuration Guide (9650-0201-01) for additional information.

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ZOLL Surepower Rechargeable Lithium Ion Battery Pack 8019-0535-01...

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----suitable for ZOLL AED Pro, ZOLL R and Zoll E Series defibrillator/monitors....$475.00 
ZOLL-Sure-Power-Battery-Pack   ZOLL SurePower Battery Pack....The SurePower Battery Pack provides enhanced on-board processing that allows the battery to communicate its specific charging requirements to the ZOLL SurePower Charger Station or ZOLL defibrillator. The battery’s on-board processing also allows it to provide the following information: • The battery’s run time or capacity. • The battery’s calibration status. • Battery Faults Indications.

Note: ZOLL ships the SurePower Battery Pack in a partially charged state and you must fully charge the battery before first use. It is very important that you recharge a depleted SurePower Battery Pack as soon as possible.  Zoll Surepower Rechargeable Lithium Ion Battery 8019-0535-01
Installing a Battery Pack: The AED Pro unit accepts the following types of battery packs: • Rechargeable PD 4410-series battery packs • Disposable sealed lithium manganese dioxide battery packs • SurePower rechargeable lithium ion battery packs When the unit displays the message CHANGE BATTERY, immediately replace the battery with a fully charged battery pack. Before you begin Be sure the unit is turned off. Be sure the battery pack to be installed is fully charged. WARNING! Do not use a rechargeable battery pack if the unit’s standby period will exceed 90 days.

Battery care:  Keep a fully charged spare battery pack with the device at all times. When the unit displays the message CHANGE BATTERY, immediately replace the battery pack with a fully charged one. Regular use of a partially charged battery pack without fully recharging it between uses might permanently reduce the battery’s capacity and result in early failure. Regularly test rechargeable battery packs. A rechargeable battery pack that does not pass its test could fail without warning. Do not disassemble a battery pack or dispose of it in fire. Do not try to recharge a non-rechargeable battery pack. If mistreated, a battery pack might explode. Dispose of battery packs in accordance with federal, state, and local regulations. Battery packs should be shipped to a reclamation facility for recovery of metal and plastic compounds as the proper method of waste management.

Important: If you change the battery while the unit is in clinical use (that is, with a cable connected), the unit automatically powers on in nonrescue mode and then shuts down. Press and release the On/Off button to restart the unit. CHANGE BATTERY Warning When the unit detects a low energy condition, it issues the voice and text prompt CHANGE BATTERY once every minute. Depending on the age and condition of the battery, the remaining operating time of the unit might be extremely limited. The warning message continues until the device shuts down. WARNING! To ensure the availability of adequate power during an emergency, keep a fully charged spare battery pack with the device at all times. Whenever the unit issues the prompt CHANGE BATTERY, immediately replace the used battery pack with a fully charged one to ensure continuous operation and to avoid unexpected device shutdown. After removing a depleted rechargeable battery pack from the unit, recharge the pack as soon as possible.

Managing Rechargeable Battery Packs:  Rechargeable battery packs require a full recharge after each use. Avoid using a battery pack that is not fully recharged. WARNING! Regular use of a partially charged battery pack without a full recharge between uses results in permanently reduced capacity and early failure of the battery pack. Many factors contribute to the loss of battery capacity, including the frequency of use, the number of battery packs available for operations, and the pattern of discharging and recharging battery packs. Because of this, ZOLL recommends that operators schedule a preventive routine for replacing and discarding used battery packs. Base your replacement schedule for rechargeable battery packs on anticipated use patterns, battery pack testing results, and experience with the device in actual operation. When stored and not in use, a battery pack can lose 2% to 3% of its energy per month. ZOLL recommends purchasing new batteries every eighteen months or sooner. Recharging and Testing Battery Packs ZOLL battery packs are designed to be charged in ZOLL chargers. ZOLL recommends that you always have a ZOLL auxiliary battery charger available for charging spare battery packs and for routine testing of battery packs. WARNING! Test battery packs regularly. A battery that does not pass its test might shut down unexpectedly.

Achieving Optimal Performance with Rechargeable Batteries:  To ensure the longest life from rechargeable battery packs, follow these general practices: DO carry a fully charged spare battery pack at all times. DO charge battery packs completely. Whenever a battery pack exchange is required, install a fully charged battery pack. Use of partially charged battery packs might result in very short run time and unexpected shutdown. If you use a partially charged battery pack, fully charge that battery pack before using it again. Repeated use after partial charging quickly diminishes the battery pack’s capacity, thereby shortening its life. If you must frequently use partially charged battery packs, your organization should assess whether enough battery packs are available to fully support typical rescue activity. DO implement a means of indicating the charge status of battery packs. It is important to visually distinguish battery packs that are charged from those that are not. Establish a system for visually indicating whether a battery pack requires charging or is charged and ready for use. ZOLL can provide battery pack status labels for this purpose, or you can use labels or methods of your own. DO change the battery pack as soon as the message CHANGE BATTERY appears. The battery warning ultimately leads to shutdown of the unit. As a battery ages, its remaining operating time between the warning and shutdown progressively diminishes. Older battery packs might provide very little run time after the warning and might fail unexpectedly. Always replace a battery with a fully charged battery as soon as the battery warning appears. DO test rechargeable battery packs regularly. Your organization must determine and implement an appropriate testing schedule for rechargeable battery packs. Conformance to this schedule is crucial for identifying battery packs that have reached end-of-life and should be removed from use. Battery packs subjected to repeated short discharge-and-charge cycles might lose capacity quickly, and so should be tested more frequently. DO exchange battery packs regularly. Exchange battery packs once every shift or once every day, depending on their use. DO exercise or test battery packs every 90 days (or sooner as they age). 

----DO NOT store battery packs in a discharged or depleted state. When you remove a rechargeable battery from the unit, immediately place it in a charger or test well. Idle battery packs lose some of their charge and might suffer damage to charge capacity if left in a discharged state. DO NOT assume that a shift check of the unit verifies adequate battery pack run time. Test the unit daily to verify its readiness for use. This test, however, does not verify adequate charge state or capacity of the battery pack and might leave the unit with inadequate run time. If the message CHANGE BATTERY appears during testing, replace the battery pack immediately. If the removed battery pack is rechargeable, recharge it immediately. DO NOT charge battery packs at temperature extremes. Charge battery packs at or near normal room temperature (15°C to 35°C or 59°F to 95°F). DO NOT remove a partially charged battery pack from the battery charger. Always fully charge a battery pack before returning it to use. If you must use a partially charged battery pack, be sure to fully charge the pack before its next use.

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Managing Rechargeable Battery Packs

Rechargeable battery packs require a full recharge after each use. Avoid using a battery pack that is not fully recharged.
WARNING! Regular use of a partially charged battery pack without a full recharge between uses results in permanently reduced capacity and early failure of the battery pack. Many factors contribute to the loss of battery capacity, including the frequency of use, the number of battery packs available for operations, and the pattern of discharging and recharging battery packs. Because of this, ZOLL recommends that operators schedule a preventive routine for replacing and discarding used battery packs. Base your replacement schedule for rechargeable battery packs on anticipated use patterns, battery pack testing results, and experience with the device in actual operation. When stored and not in use, a battery pack can lose 2% to 3% of its energy per month.

ZOLL recommends purchasing new batteries every eighteen months or sooner. Recharging and Testing Battery Packs ZOLL battery packs are designed to be charged in ZOLL chargers. ZOLL recommends that you always have a ZOLL auxiliary battery charger available for charging spare battery packs and for routine testing of battery packs. WARNING! Test battery packs regularly. A battery that does not pass its test might shut down unexpectedly. For information on using battery chargers, refer to the ZOLL Base PowerCharger manuals listed in “Related Manuals” on page vi. Achieving Optimal Performance with Rechargeable Batteries To ensure the longest life from rechargeable battery packs, follow these general practices: DO carry a fully charged spare battery pack at all times. DO charge battery packs completely. Whenever a battery pack exchange is required, install a fully charged battery pack. Use of partially charged battery packs might result in very short run time and unexpected shutdown. If you use a partially charged battery pack, fully charge that battery pack before using it again. Repeated use after partial charging quickly diminishes the battery pack’s capacity, thereby shortening its life. If you must frequently use partially charged battery packs, your organization should assess whether enough battery packs are available to fully support typical rescue activity. DO implement a means of indicating the charge status of battery packs. It is important to visually distinguish battery packs that are charged from those that are not. Establish a system for visually indicating whether a battery pack requires charging or is charged and ready for use. ZOLL can provide battery pack status labels for this purpose, or you can use labels or methods of your own. DO change the battery pack as soon as the message CHANGE BATTERY appears. The battery warning ultimately leads to shutdown of the unit. As a battery ages, its remaining operating time between the warning and shutdown progressively diminishes. Older battery packs might provide very little run time after the warning and might fail unexpectedly. Always replace a battery with a fully charged battery as soon as the battery warning appears. DO test rechargeable battery packs regularly. Your organization must determine and implement an appropriate testing schedule for rechargeable battery packs. Conformance to this schedule is crucial for identifying battery packs that have reached end-of-life and should be removed from use. Battery packs subjected to repeated short discharge-and-charge cycles might lose capacity quickly, and so should be tested more frequently. DO exchange battery packs regularly. Exchange battery packs once every shift or once every day, depending on their use. DO exercise or test battery packs every 90 days (or sooner as they age). APPENDIX B RECHARGEABLE BATTERY PACKS DO NOT store battery packs in a discharged or depleted state. When you remove a rechargeable battery from the unit, immediately place it in a charger or test well. Idle battery packs lose some of their charge and might suffer damage to charge capacity if left in a discharged state. DO NOT assume that a shift check of the unit verifies adequate battery pack run time. Test the unit daily to verify its readiness for use. This test, however, does not verify adequate charge state or capacity of the battery pack and might leave the unit with inadequate run time.  If the message CHANGE BATTERY appears during testing, replace the battery pack immediately. If the removed battery pack is rechargeable, recharge it immediately. DO NOT charge battery packs at temperature extremes. Charge battery packs at or near normal room temperature (15°C to 35°C or 59°F to 95°F).  DO NOT remove a partially charged battery pack from the battery charger.  Always fully charge a battery pack before returning it to use. If you must use a partially charged  battery pack, be sure to fully charge the pack before its next use.

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Product Description: The ZOLL XL Battery is a 4.5 AH lead acid battery pack intended for use in appropriately configured M Series and M Series CCT defibrillators. It is available as a Smart Battery or Smart Ready Battery. Please see the Smart Battery Operator’s Guide for additional information on Smart Battery functionality.
NOTE:
The XL battery is NOT intended for use in ZOLL 900/1200/1400/1600/1700/2000 series units. See the "Defibrillator Compatibility" section below for information on M Series use.

Warnings! • Follow all recommended maintenance and operating instructions for the XL Battery and associated ZOLL charging/testing systems. If a problem or question arises, contact Technical Service. Do not use the XL Battery until it has been inspected, tested, and recalibrated by the appropriate personnel
and you have been adequately trained in the proper use of the XL Battery. • Locate the XL Battery and ZOLL resuscitation devices where they cannot harm the patient or user if they fall. • Under certain conditions, it is possible for small amounts of hydrogen gas to be released during charging of the battery pack. This may present a hazard. • Do not immerse or set the XL Battery in fluid. • Do not use alcohol or ketones (MEK, acetone, etc.) on the XL Battery. Do not autoclave the XL Battery. • The XL Battery is protected against interference from radio frequency emissions typical of two way radios and cellular phones (digital and analog) used in emergency service/public safety activities. Users of the XL Battery should assess the device's performance in their typical environment of use for the possibility of radio frequency interference from high power sources. • Keep a fully charged spare battery pack available at all times with the Monitor/Defibrillator. Replace the battery immediately upon low battery message. • Do not install batteries into Monitor/Defibrillators when storage may exceed 90 days. Battery damage may occur. • Do not use the XL Battery if the case is cracked or broken. • When charging a XL Battery pack in a Base PowerCharger4x4 or Base PowerCharger1x1 unit, ensure unit is labeled “XL Battery Ready” otherwise the battery cannot be charged to full capacity and operating life may be reduced. • ZOLL charging/testing systems used with the XL Battery should be calibrated or tested periodically using the appropriate Service Manual Test Check Out procedures. • To dispose of the battery properly, place it in an acid resistant container. Dispose of the battery in accordance with federal, state, and local regulations. Do not incinerate batteries. Ship the batteries to a reclaimation facility for the recovery of metal and plastic compounds as the proper method of waste management. • Use of ZOLL PD 4410 batteries with M Series CCT or M Series units configured to operate with XL batteries is not recommended. Although the PD 4410 battery can be used to power such units in an emergency situation, the period from low battery warning to unit shut down will be substantially shortened. See the M Series Configuration Guide (9650-0201-01) for additional information. 2 ZOLL M Series XL Battery

General Information: Defibrillator Compatibility:  M Series units must have software version 30.00 or higher and be outfitted with the appropriate handle assembly. New M Series units may be ordered with the XL Battery option. Older M Series units may be upgraded if the current software version is 20.00 or higher. All M Series CCT units are XL Battery-ready. The XL Battery is not intended for use in ZOLL 900/1200/1400/1600/1700/2000 series units.
Charger Compatibility: The XL Battery is only compatible with ZOLL Base PowerCharger4x4 or Base PowerCharger1x1 units labeled “XL Battery Ready.”  Older ZOLL Base PowerCharger4x4 or Base PowerCharger1x1 units may be upgraded. All XL Battery ready chargers are backward compatible with the PD4410 battery pack.

Battery Maintenance: Test batteries regularly. At a minimum, ZOLL recommends testing batteries every three months. For additional information on battery maintenance, refer to the ZOLL document, Battery Management Program (#9650-0019).
 
Operating Note
: The XL Battery may feel warm to the touch following an excessive number of defibrillation discharges at maximum energy.

Cleaning: Clean the ZOLL XL Battery with a soft damp cloth and mild soap. CAUTION! Do not immerse or set battery in fluids; do not use alcohol, ketones (MEK, acetone, etc.); and do not autoclave.
Upgrade Kits
: M Series units with software version 20.00 and higher may be upgraded for use with the XL Battery. If the unit is equipped with an Extreme Pack II, an upgrade will be required for the Extreme Pack as well.  All M Series CCT units are compatible with the XL Battery. Base PowerCharger4x4 and Base PowerCharger1x1 units not labeled “XL Battery Ready” must be upgraded for use with the XL Battery.

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Managing Rechargeable Battery Packs: Rechargeable battery packs require a full recharge after each use. Avoid using a battery pack that is not fully recharged. WARNING! Regular use of a partially charged battery pack without a full recharge between uses results in permanently reduced capacity and early failure of the battery pack. Many factors contribute to the loss of battery capacity, including the frequency of use, the number of battery packs available for operations, and the pattern of discharging and recharging battery packs. Because of this, ZOLL recommends that operators schedule a preventive routine for replacing and discarding used battery packs. Base your replacement schedule for rechargeable battery packs on anticipated use patterns, battery pack testing results, and experience with the device in actual operation. When stored and not in use, a battery pack can lose 2% to 3% of its energy per month. ZOLL recommends purchasing new batteries every eighteen months or sooner. Recharging and Testing Battery Packs ZOLL battery packs are designed to be charged in ZOLL chargers. ZOLL recommends that you always have a ZOLL auxiliary battery charger available for charging spare battery packs and for routine testing of battery packs. WARNING! Test battery packs regularly. A battery that does not pass its test might shut down unexpectedly. For information on using battery chargers, refer to the ZOLL Base Power Charger manuals.

Achieving Optimal Performance with Rechargeable Batteries To ensure the longest life from rechargeable battery packs, follow these general practices: DO carry a fully charged spare battery pack at all times. DO charge battery packs completely. Whenever a battery pack exchange is required, install a fully charged battery pack. Use of partially charged battery packs might result in very short run time and unexpected shutdown. If you use a partially charged battery pack, fully charge that battery pack before using it again. Repeated use after partial charging quickly diminishes the battery pack’s capacity, thereby shortening its life. If you must frequently use partially charged battery packs, your organization should assess whether enough battery packs are available to fully support typical rescue activity. DO implement a means of indicating the charge status of battery packs. It is important to visually distinguish battery packs that are charged from those that are not. Establish a system for visually indicating whether a battery pack requires charging or is charged and ready for use. ZOLL can provide battery pack status labels for this purpose, or you can use labels or methods of your own. DO change the battery pack as soon as the message CHANGE BATTERY appears. The battery warning ultimately leads to shutdown of the unit. As a battery ages, its remaining operating time between the warning and shutdown progressively diminishes. Older battery packs might provide very little run time after the warning and might fail unexpectedly. Always replace a battery with a fully charged battery as soon as the battery warning appears. DO test rechargeable battery packs regularly. Your organization must determine and implement an appropriate testing schedule for rechargeable battery packs. Conformance to this schedule is crucial for identifying battery packs that have reached end-of-life and should be removed from use. Battery packs subjected to repeated short discharge-and-charge cycles might lose capacity quickly, and so should be tested more frequently. DO exchange battery packs regularly. Exchange battery packs once every shift or once every day, depending on their use. DO exercise or test battery packs every 90 days (or sooner as they age).

DO NOT store battery packs in a discharged or depleted state. When you remove a rechargeable battery from the unit, immediately place it in a charger or test well. Idle battery packs lose some of their charge and might suffer damage to charge capacity if left in a discharged state. DO NOT assume that a shift check of the unit verifies adequate battery pack run time. Test the unit daily to verify its readiness for use. This test, however, does not verify adequate charge state or capacity of the battery pack and might leave the unit with inadequate run time. If the message CHANGE BATTERY appears during testing, replace the battery pack immediately. If the removed battery pack is rechargeable, recharge it immediately. DO NOT charge battery packs at temperature extremes. Charge battery packs at or near normal room temperature (15°C to 35°C or 59°F to 95°F). DO NOT remove a partially charged battery pack from the battery charger. Always fully charge a battery pack before returning it to use. If you must use a partially charged battery pack, be sure to fully charge the pack before its next use.

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