Physio-Control LIFEPAK CR2 AED

$1,895.00$2,070.00

The Physio-Control LIFEPAK CR2 AED offers bi-lingual operation and remote unit monitoring. Purchase this defibrillator and save 25% on group training.

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Description

Product features

  • Semi and fully-automatic options*
  • Simple to use; two-step operation
  • Brand trusted by EMS professionals
  • Clear voice prompts for rescuer; volume adjusts according to background noise
  • Bi-lingual button; English/Spanish
  • Metronome to guide CPR compressions
  • Child mode button; no need for separate pediatric pads
  • cprINSIGHT technology; allows rescuer to continue CPR during heart rhythm analysis to reduce downtime and improve rescue
  • Remote monitoring via WiFi for easy maintenance
  • Carrying case or handle options
  • 8-year manufacturer warranty
  • Available with accessory package:
    • Cabinet with alarm
    • AED wall sign
    • Fast Response Kit

AED + group training package

Purchase the Physio-Control LIFEPAK CR2 defibrillator and save 25% on your group safety training program. Classes include CPR/AED, Basic First Aid, Bloodborne Pathogens, and Oxygen Administration. All courses meet or exceed American Heart Association and OSHA guidelines. Successful completion of training comes with a two-year AHA certification card. Learn more about our classes and training options.

Ongoing customer support from CPR Plus

Buying the right AED is a serious task, so we want to ensure you’re confident in your purchase and ready to use it at a moment’s notice. Along with training classes, we provide all the product and customer support you’ll need.

  • Battery and electrode pad expiration tracking and replacement reminders
  • Automatic battery and electrode pad replacement option
  • Personalized help selecting the best AED for your situation
  • AED kit customization for your location or group
  • Medical oversight (required in some states; read more here)
    • Per unit per year – $150
    • Per unit for three years – $425

Manufacturer information

*Semi-automatic AEDs require the rescuer to push a button to administer a shock to the victim. Fully-automatic AEDs deliver the shock automatically. Both configurations will only deliver a shock after analyzing the victim’s heart rhythm and determining it is necessary. For more information about the safety of defibrillators, check out our article on AEDs in the workplace.

Additional information

Style

Fully-Automatic, Semi-Automatic

Language

Bi-Lingual, English Only

Carry Option

Case, Handle