Beneheart D3

Beneheart D3
  • With a 4-in-1 integrated design (manual defibrillation, AED, pacing, and monitoring modes), the durable and light-weighted BeneHeart D3 put any unexpected circumstances under your control.
  • Power on in 2 seconds
  • Charge to 200J in 3 seconds
  • ECG recovery in only 2.5 seconds
  • BeneHeart D3 defibrillator features 360J biphasic technology with automatic impedance compensation, increasing the chance to save difficult-to-defibrillate patients.
  • Following intuitive 1-2-3 steps (1.Select energy; 2.charge; 3.shock), simple manual defibrillation keeps clinician's attention to their patient and saves valuable time.
  • Performing daily & weekly self-tests and uploading test reports automatically to the central station, BeneHeart D3 is standby for life-saving anytime. The reliable battery which supports 200 shocks at 360J and 6 hours of continuous monitoring also guarantees its availability.
  • Our effective IT solution manages all the information from BeneHeart D3 and transmits them to the powerful Central Monitoring System through 5G/2.4G WiFi; Compatible with international standard IHE HL7 protocol and DHCP.
Beneheart D6

Beneheart D6
  • BeneHeart D6, a professional biphasic defibrillator-monitor, meets the requirements of medical professionals in hospitals and clinics worldwide. The compact, durable, and ergonomic design of D6 makes it suitable for emergency use. Proven technologies ensure a robust unit, ready to be used in different environments. With different operation modes (manual defibrillation, AED, pacer, and monitoring mode) you are in control of any situation.
  • 4-in-one design including: monitoring, Manual Defib, AED and pacer
  • Power on within 2s, Charging to 200J within 3s, ECG recovery within 2.5s
  • Up to 360J escalating dose energy to maximize defibrillation success
  • Powerful power capacity with battery to support continuous long time monitoring and shocks during transport without external power supply
  • Effective IT solution avoiding manual recording, improving efficiency and reducing the workload of clinical staff