an instruction manual. Automated External Defibrillators (AEDs) must be simple, clear and straightforward. Defibtech AEDs are built to the exacting standards needed for emergency personnel, yet are designed for the speed and simplicity required for use by non-medical and often untrained individuals. Defibtech’s lightweight device
and sure-grip rubberized handle make it easy to pull the AED off the wall and transport to a patient. A calm voice guides the responder through each step, reinforced by a text display with lights to show the progress. Electrode pads are tucked into a back pocket, ready
to apply, and large, clearly illuminated “Power On” and “Shock” buttons help even the most nervous fingers hit their mark.
When first introduced in 2002, the Defibtech AED revolutionized the marketplace, offering a fully-featured device at only half the price of its competitors. Just five years later, Defibtech was the fastest growing medical equipment manufacturer in the prestigious Technology Fast 500 Program from Deloitte & Touche USA.
Quality and Value
Defibtech delivers the most cost-effective AED on the market without sacrificing the highest levels of quality and reliability. Each Defibtech AED is extensively tested and inspected before shipment, ensuring
that customers receive a world-class product.
Defibtech has more than 50,000 units already in use under the Lifeline™ and ReviveR™ brand names. Defibtech units are not only found in emergency vehicles; they have also been deployed in nearly every venue where people gather, including workplaces, schools, churches, health clubs, malls, government buildings, military bases and countless other locations worldwide.
Made in the USA
Headquartered in Guilford, Connecticut, Defibtech manufactures all of its defibrillators in the United States in state-of-the-art ISO-13485 certified facilities. The products are then sold exclusively through a network of distribution partners and are in use in more than 30 countries worldwide.