Instructors can monitor several students quickly and easily. When administering CPR slower than 100 compressions per minute, the red LED light will illuminate, letting the student know that they are not performing compressions fast enough. When doing compressions between 100-120 compressions per minute, the LED light will illuminate to a solid green color, letting them know that they are in the ideal compression rate range recommended by Industry Guidelines. A flashing red light signals the student to slow down when they are exceeding 120 compressions per minute.
In addition to the visual CPR Rate Monitor, students will also hear a clicker sound as the chest is pushed to the appropriate depth of 2.0 -2.4 inches allowing them to experience the true force needed to deliver real life chest compressions.