Saver One – P


the handy PRO AED

SAVER ONE P is a tough, small and lightweight Defibrillator easy to carry and use anywhere
and able to act as an AED or a Manual Defibrillator or a Basic Cardiac Monitoring device.


AED per default, reliable for any BLS rescuer, can be easily switched in a Manual Defibrillator giving to ALS
responders the best decision-making control for a manual shock timing or an electric cardioversion (synchronised shock).
To meet ALS professionals, SAVER ONE P has been designed with all advanced key features to make fast and
effective defibrillation everywhere and in any circumstance, even the hardest and has been equipped with
a new widely manageable software program which gives users the total control of device to suit their needs.
Practical and flexible with Advanced PBLS feature enabling healthcare providers to use the 15:2 CV ratio when
performing a Pediatric Basic Life Support, as required by Guidelines if more than one rescuer with a duty to respond.

Supreme graphical user interface and new
tools to have total control of the defibrillator

Biphasic escalating energy from 50 to 360J

Slight yet solid with long-lasting battery options
to ensure the best outdoor and mobile use

Functionality guaranteed by daily self-test

Wider connectivity with removable card, USB
and IrDA Port optional with Print Configuration

Unique features combined with available
configurations give rise to exclusive devices

Meet AHA/ERC 2010 Guidelines

Maintenance-Free: Automatically performs daily, monthly
and six-month extensive self-checks of all main components:
battery, internal electronics, energy charge and disarm, shock
and ECG calibration systems. Daily testing data are stored by the
device as text file (named AED1LOG) easily readable by any computer.
AED runs further tests after each battery insertion and every time device is turned on.
A visual cue (green/red status indicator) provides effective alert to users whether AED is
in working order and ready for a rescue.

Service Mini-Screen: In standby the mini LCD screen displays a check mark confirming AED is ready
for use and a battery gauge informing about the residual charge. Will run error codes in faulty conditions.

Entirely Discretionary: 6 push-buttons allowing users to get the total control of defibrillator while in use: select
the best modality, Manual Synchronous or Asynchronous or simply AED, to treat SCA according to events, take
decision for shock anytime by choosing the right energy level to be delivered at each shock and get the device
charged and ready to shock whenever needed or even disarm it in case defibrillation is not more required.
After shocks, the heart rhythm rate can be watched over using the same defibrillation pads or, in case of longer
monitoring, by connecting standard ECG electrodes to a separate optional reusable cable.
Each step is conducted with the appropriate running features selected and set up in the device software by users.

Adult / Child Capability: Can be used on patients of any age with Adult or Pediatric proper electrodes. Device
senses when Pediatric pads are installed and automatically adjusts to use a more appropriate lower energy level (50J).


Operation: AED Semi-Automatic (default)
ECG Monitoring
Manual Asynchronous or Synchronous (used to
convert atrial or ventricular tachyarrhythmias)
Energies: Standard max 200J or Power max 360J
Waveform: Adaptive BTE (biphasic truncated exponential)
conforming to patient chest’s impedance
Energy type: Escalating from 50 to 360J
AED Protocols: Adult Standard escalating 150, 200, 200J
Adult Power escalating 200, 250, 360J
Pediatric (Standard or Power) 50J fixed
(AED adult shock protocols can be customized)
Manual Protocol: Selected by users from 50 to 360J. For electric
cardioversions (in Synchronous mode) the shock is
synchronised to occur with the R wave of the ECG.
Energy Display: Screen provides the energy to deliver both in
Manual mode or in AED mode
Charging time: 9 seconds with a new and fully charged battery.
Depleted battery will result in a longer charging time
Analysis time: EN 60601, from 4 to 15 seconds
Impedance: 20-200 ohms
Sensitivity: EN 60602-2-4 (AHADB, MITDB source), 97%
Specificity: EN 60602-2-4 (AHADB, MITDB source), 99%
Controls: ON/OFF, Shock button, 3 touch to surf the Menu,
3 keys for: select energy, charge device or disarm
Indicators: Status LED indicator informing on device condition
Battery gauge with remaining capacity rate
Audible alerts and text display with service alarms
Upgradeable: Can be upgraded in the field through a USB cable
or a removable card whenever protocols change


Operation: Through defibrillation pads or standard ECG
electrodes attached to a separate 2-Lead patient
monitoring reusable cable SAV-C0017
ECG Size: Automatic gain controlled by the display
Heart Rate: 30-300 bpm
Sweep Speed: 25 mm/sec

5.7″ TFT Color Display
the most detailed and comprehensive screen
provides valuable information to rescuers
running text and interactive graphics
in tandem with voice messages


a battery gauge with residual capacity
the indicator of available memory for recording
a notice if the microphone is active or OFF
the local date and time


the adult or child protocol in use
the modality in use (AED, ECG or Manual)
the fibrillation and shock counts
the elapsed rescue time
the heart rate (bpm)
the impedance (ohms)
the energy level to be delivered (joule)
a touch/not touch pictogram
the ECG waveform
the R wave detection in Manual Synchronous
a charging bar graph if device charges
a CPR bar graph and cycles countdown


Type: Li-SOCI2 Disposable, code SAV-C0903
Autonomy: 250 complete rescue cycles (shocks at 200J and CPR) or
160 complete rescue cycles (shocks at 360J and CPR) or
24 hours ECG Monitoring for a new and fully charged battery (*)
Shelf-Life: 8 years when stored in its original packaging (*)
Standby-Life: 5 years once installed to AED, assuming one battery insertion
test and daily self-tests but without switching AED on (*)
Type: Li-Ion Accumulator (rechargeable), code SAV-C0011
Recharging time: 2,5 hours with the charger station code SAV-C0014 (*)
Autonomy: 200 shocks at 200J or 110 shocks at 360J or
14 hours in ECG Monitoring for a new fully charged battery (*)
Shelf-Life: 2,5 years or 300 charging cycles (*)

(*) Temperature at 20º C


Type: Disposable, pre-gelled and self-adhesive
Adult: Preconnected code SAV-C0846 for patient >8 years or >25Kg
81 cm² conductive surface
Pediatric: Code SAV-C0016 for patient from 1 to 8 years old or <25Kg
31 cm² conductive surface
Cable lenght: 120 cm
Shelf-Life: 30 months


Internal memory: 1Gbit (128 MB)
Memory capacity: 6 hours of audio, ECG and event
Optional memory: Removable SD card. Length of storage depends on card
capacity: a 2GB card records up to 100 hours
Data recording: “AED1LOG” text file with detailed self-test activity
“AEDFILES” with complete recorded events
Event review: “Saver View Express” data management software


Size: 26,5 x 21,5 x 7,5 cm
Weight: 2,30 kg with disposable battery
2,45 kg with rechargeable battery


Operating temperature: 0º C to 55º C
Storing/Shipping temperature: -35º C to 60º C (without battery)
Humidity: 0% to 95% relative humidity non-condensing
Sealing (IP Protection): IEC 60529 class IP54; slash proof, dust protected
Shock/Drop Abuse Endurance: IEC/EN 60601-1 clause 21; 1 meter drop, impact,
force, rough handling, mobile tolerance
Electrostatic Discharge: EN 61000-4-2
Electromagnetic Compatibility: EN 60601-1-2; Emission, Immunity
Electrical Protecion: EN 60601-1 class I type BF / CF
EC Directive: Class IIb

Code SVP-B0006: Standard Version with maximum energy at 200J
Code SVP-B0007: Power Version with maximum energy at 360J

Conf-Norm: Standard Basic Configuration
(adult pads, disposable battery, carrying case)
Conf-Rech: Rechargeable Configuration
(adult pads, accumulator, charger station, carrying case)
Conf-Print: Print Ready Configuration
(adult pads, disposable battery, carrying case, IrDA
port and thermal printer)
Conf-Rech/Print: Rechargeable & Print Ready Configuration
(adult pads, accumulator, charger station, carrying case,
IrDA port and thermal printer)