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#1 Al Buterol

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Posted 20 July 2013 - 02:52 PM

How's that go? White is Right, Smoke over fire?

So.. I've got a 4 lead cable with Red, Yellow, Green, and Black.
Labels are Red ®, Yellow (L), Green (F) and Black (N)

Pretty much determined R is Right L is Left
Assumed F is Lower Left (Foot?)
And that N Is Lower Right (Neutral?)

FWIW, the 6 lead set for the V leads are C1-C6. Chest, that one was easy.

Yes, I'm a Parasaurus and started with a Lifepak 4 and Motorola APCOR radio so swapping leads around aren't new to me, I've just not used this cable set before.

Can anyone provide me with confirmation of my assumption or perhaps a color coded chart (jpg) if these leads need specific placement not like traditional LP15's?
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#2 Medic09

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Posted 22 July 2013 - 12:01 AM

Is it British, perhaps?

http://www.mikecowley.co.uk/leads.htm

Scroll down to the table labelled "Monitoring Cable Connections".
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Posted 22 July 2013 - 11:31 AM

Is it British, perhaps?

http://www.mikecowley.co.uk/leads.htm

Scroll down to the table labelled "Monitoring Cable Connections".


Agreed. Our monitors in Afghanistan had the same cable colours and I am quite sure the monitors came from Europe or were supplied through a European based company.
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