Easy to Use
More powerful images, combined with synchronized voice and text prompts, help guide the responder
through the rescue. The ZOLL AED 3™ defibrillator also provides detailed CPR guidance with Real CPR
Help®, featuring an enhanced bar gauge that enables real-time feedback on the quality of CPR being
provided. High-quality CPR is essential to saving a life, but how do you know if you are pushing hard
enough and fast enough? Real CPR Help eliminates the guesswork.
Pediatric rescue is made easier with ZOLL’s unique CPR Uni-padz™ and a child button that allows a
rescuer to change the settings on the AED from adult to child with the push of a button. The ZOLL AED
3 can also be positioned to lay flat or stand up for maximum visibility from any angle. With a design
based on extensive usability studies of both trained and untrained responders, the ZOLL AED 3 is easy
to use by any rescuer.

Easy to Own
Because the ZOLL AED 3 is equipped with an industry-leading battery that lasts up to five years, as
well as ZOLL’s CPR Uni-padz, which have a shelf life of five years and can be used in both adult and
pediatric rescues, less-frequent maintenance and replacement of consumables is needed, making it
easier to own and providing the lowest cost of ownership once installed*.

* The AED 3 has the lowest cost of ownership once installed when pediatric pads are taken into consideration.
If deployed for adult patients only, it has the second lowest cost of ownership to the ZOLL AED Plus®.
Technical Specifications




Protocol: Semiautomatic and
Fully Automatic configuration
Waveform: ZOLL Rectilinear
Defibrillator Charge Hold
Time: 30 seconds; ZOLL AED 3
Automatic model: 3 seconds prior
to automatic shock delivery
Energy Selection: Factory
preprogrammed selection (Adult:
120 J, 150 J, 200 J; Child: 50 J,
70 J, 85 J)
Patient Safety: All patient
connections are electrically
Charge Time: Less than
10 seconds with new battery
Pre-shock Pause: 8 seconds with
new battery
Electrodes: ZOLL CPR Uni-padz™
Self-test: Configurable automatic
self-test every day or every 7 days.
Default: every 7 days. Monthly full-energy
test (200 J).
Automatic Self-test Checks:
Battery capacity, status and
expiration; electrode connection
and expiration; ECG and charge/
discharge circuits; microprocessor
hardware and software; CPR
circuitry and pads sensor; audio
Compression Depth: 1.9 cm
to 10.2 cm; 0.75 in to 4 in (adult
patients only)
Defibrillation Advisory: Evaluates
defibrillation pad connection
and patient ECG to determine if
defibrillation is required.
Shockable Rhythms: Ventricular
fibrillation with average amplitude
>100 microvolts and wide complex
ventricular tachycardia with rates
greater than 150 BPM for adults,
200 BPM for paediatrics. For ECG
analysis algorithm sensitivity
and specificity, refer to AED 3
Administrator’s Guide.
Patient Impedance
Measurement Range:
10 to 300 ohms
Defibrillator: Protected ECG
Display Format: High-resolution
LCD with capacitive touch panel
Display Screen Size: 5.39 cm x
9.5 cm; 2.12 in x 3.74 in
Data Recording and Storage:
User-configurable for 1 or 2
clinical events for total of
120 minutes. Includes ECG,
impedance measurements, device
prompts and CPR data.
Data Recovery: Controlled by
touchscreen, uploaded to
USB memory stick, or ZOLL Case
Review™ over a Wi-Fi network
Internal Clock Synchronisation:
Coordinated Universal Time (UTC)
synchronisation occurs when
communicating with the ZOLL
Online server.


Size: (H x W x D) 12.7 cm x
23.6 cm x 24.7 cm; 5.0 in x
9.3 in x 9.7 in
Weight: 2.5 kg; 5.5 lbs (with
Power: Battery
Wireless: 802.11 a/b/g/n
Security Protocols: WPA 1,
WPA 2, WPA Personal,
WPA Enterprise
Port: USB 2.0
Rescue Accessory Pack
Contents: Non-latex gloves, a CPR
barrier mask, razor, paper towel,
and towelette.
Device Classification: Class
II and internally powered per
Design Standards: Meets
applicable requirements of
EN 60601-1, IEC 60601-1-11,
IEC 60601-2-4


Operating Temperature: 0° to
50°C; 32° to 122°F
Storage Temperature: -30° to
70°C; -22° to 158°F
Humidity: 10% to 95% relative
humidity, non-condensing
Vibration: IEC 60068-2-64,
Random, Spectrum A.4, Table A.8,
Cat 3b; RTCA/DO-160G, Fixed
Wing Aircraft, Section 8.6, Test
Cat. H, Aircraft Zone 1 and 2, EN
1789, Sweep per EN 60068-2-6
Test Fc.
Shock: IEC 60068-2-27; 100G
Altitude: -381 m to 4573 m;
-1250 to 15,000 ft
Particle and Water Ingress: IP55
Drop Test: 1 metre; 3.28 feet


Type: Disposable, sealed lithium
manganese dioxide
Battery Standby Life (once
installed): 5 years with weekly
self-test. End of life indicated
by blank status window (typical
remaining shocks: 9).
Battery Shelf Life: Store for up
to 2 years at 23°C (77°F) prior to
installing in AED 3 to maintain
above battery life.
Temperature : 0°C to 50°C
(32°F to 122°F)
Humidity: 10% to 95%
Weight: 317.5 grams; 0.7 lbs
Size: (H x W x D) 27.75 mm x
133 mm x 88 mm; 1.0 in x
5.16 in x 3.5 in
Nominal Voltage: 12 volts

CPR Uni-padz

Shelf Life: 5 years
Conductive Gel: Polymer
Conductive Element: Tin
Packaging: Multilayer foil
laminate pouch
Impedance Class: Low
Cable Length: 142 (+/-3.8) cm;
56 (+/- 1.5) in
Design Standards: Meets
requirements of IEC 60601-2-4,



Zoll AED 3

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