A defibrillator battery is its power source, and it must be kept well-charged to deliver the shock needed to treat sudden cardiac arrest victims.
Without a functioning defibrillator battery, or if your battery does not have sufficient charge, it could be incapable of saving a life. Therefore, it’s crucial that you perform regular checks on your device to ensure the battery is ready for when you need it.
Certain professional-grade defibrillators have rechargeable batteries, however, most devices have replaceable batteries, so you must consider having a spare on hand in case you need them as a working defibrillator battery for a successful rescue.
The typical defibrillator battery life is two to five years. However, this life span varies depending on the manufacturer and model, as units require different amounts of power to function. We recommend checking your user manual or consulting the expiry date on the battery within the device.
Even if your device hasn’t been used, the defibrillator batteries will expire eventually and require replacement. If you require assistance in assessing whether your AED needs a battery replacement or what option to choose – get in touch with a member of the team.
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