The consensus is clear, high-quality CPR has been shown to save lives. But, how do you know if your teams are consistently delivering high-quality compressions? The CPRmeter 2 is a simple tool you can use to ensure high-quality compressions are delivered from all the providers on scene. The CPRmeter 2 provides real-time measured feedback on depth, rate and release of CPR, while also enabling providers to self-evaluate their performance with event statistics on the spot.
Weight 162g (5.7 oz) Size HxWxD 153 mm x 64 mm x 25 mm 6.0" x 2,5” 1.0”
Ruggedness IP55 and 1 meter drop test
Display Dimensions 28 mm x 35 mm
Type TFT display
Resolution 128 x 160 pixels
Low Battery Small Low battery icon on screen (turning on) Large Low battery icon on screen (turning off)
Device Error Warning Yellow light (solid or flashing)
Service Required Spanner icon CPR Targets
Compression Depth ≥ 50 mm (2”) ±10 %
Compression Release Target < 2.5 kg (5.5 lbs) force: + 1.5kg to -2.0 kg (+ 3.3 lbs to 4.4 lbs)
Compression Rate Target 100 to 120/min ± 3/min
Compression Counter 1-999 (reset after 5 secs)
Type 2 x 1.5V AAA
Capacity minimum 10 episodes of 30min CPR
Standby life 2 years (after two years min 30mins CPR)
Data storage 300 minutes of data or 20 CPR Sessions
Data transfer Bluetooth Smart
Storage temperature -20° to 70° C (-4° to 158° F)
Relative humidity 5 % to 75 %
Operating temperature 0° to 50° C (32° to 122° F)
Relative humidity 5 % to 95 %
Size 39mm x 90mm (1.5” x3.5”)
Material Foam pad with biocompatible adhesive on each side.
Shelf life 2 years when applied to CPRmeter or 4 years in unopened packaging
One Year limited
Medical Technologies | Biomedical Services & Medical Equipment
Medical Technologies was established in 1989 to meet the growing need for professional Biomedical Engineering Services in the private healthcare environment in Western Australia.
Our company soon established a reputation for engineering excellence and outstanding customer service. In 1991 Medical Technologies entered a strategic relationship with Hewlett Packard Healthcare and in the ensuing years undertook the installation of high acuity Merlin monitoring systems and cardiac colour Doppler ultrasound systems in the majority of tertiary hospitals in Western Australia.
This relationship has continued to the current day with Medical Technologies maintaining the distributorship for Philips Healthcare, the successor of H.P. Healthcare. In our third decade, Medical Technologies has grown to become the largest private and most reputable Biomedical Engineering Service provider in Western Australia, offering Whole of Hospital Asset Care Programs to the majority of private hospitals, short stay surgical units and clinics as well as Support Services to Tertiary Hospital Biomedical Departments. The expertise of our technical team is recognized by several Multinational Vendors of medical and scientific equipment, who have enlisted Medical Technologies as their exclusive authorized service provider in both the West Australian healthcare environment and in the Australia/New Zealand region.
Today, we are proud of our reputation as a quality supplier of a range of premium specialist medical and healthcare technology equipment together with our technical and consultancy services throughout the Austral-Asian region.