AED Defibrillator can be charged with 220 V city current and can operate with their original battery.
When devices are switched on, they are automatically defibrillated.
The devices have a biphasic working principle.
The battery of the AED Defibrillator is rechargeable which does not require maintenance, and can defibrillate at least 50 times with maximum energy when fully charged.
AED Defibrillators also have an automatic discharge feature. When requested, they are discharged via an external switch.
AED Defibrillators also have a memory card that records at least 512 MB of capacity, and the amount of energy, heart rate, date and time information is included when the recording is received.