Zoll Medical Corp. (Burlington, Mass.) has received FDA 510(k) clearance for its new automated external defibrillator (AED), the Zoll AED Plus. Designed specifically for the people most likely to be the first on the scene, the AED Plus offers several features that help rescuers think through life-saving steps calmly and clearly, including step-by-step illustrations, audio coaching and guidance through the entire rescue process. For more information, call Zoll at 781-229-0020 or toll-free at 800-348-9011, or visit the company’s Web site at

Bio-Tek Instruments Inc. (Winooski, Vt.) announces its newest electrosurgery analyzer, the Model RF 303RS with an RS-232 serial port for communication and a new Signal Averaging Mode (SAM), which makes the unit compatible with other ESUs. More than 10 commands permit the user to select loads and modes, report display readings, and determine settings and firmware versions. All existing RF 303 units can be upgraded to the RS version. For more information, call the company toll-free at 888-451-5170 (USA). Outside the United States, call 802-655-4740. Visit the company’s Web site at

Nuclear Associates (Hicksville, N.Y.) unveils “The Little Genius” for scanning and single-point measurements. This new tool automatically measures, calculates and displays average gradient, contrast index, relative speed, speed index, base plus fog and maximum optical density. It offers control charts and D-Log-E curves without the use of a computer, it has storage for daily film strip data for 20 different X-ray film processors for 31 days, and it can be calibrated in 15 seconds. For additional information, call Nuclear Associates at 516-870-0100 or toll-free at 888-466-8257 (USA). Visit the company’s Web site at

Tripp Lite (Chicago) introduces the SmartPro 700 HG, designed to provide 700 VA or battery backup during blackouts. Built-in isolation transformers with Faraday-shield reduce the cumulative leakage currents of all connected equipment below 300 microamps. Four AC outlets protect equipment against surges and disruptive EMI/RFI line and common mode noise on the utility power line. For further information, call 773-869-1247 or visit the company’s Web site at

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