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AED BatteriesDefibtech Lifeline AED Battery (High Capacity DBP-2800)
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AED batteries are an essential part of every defibrillator device. They power the machines allowing them to save lives of cardiac arrest victims. We carry standard and rechargeable batteries for defibrillators as well as battery chargers for all leading models of AED devices.
How Long Do AED Batteries Last?
A typical AED battery lasts 2 to 5 years, depending on the model and manufacturer. Every battery has an expiration date, so it’s important to keep track of the expiration date and replace accordingly.
As part of its regular self-check process, your defibrillator should provide you with visual and audible warning alerts if the battery is running low or about to expire.
If you aren’t sure of your battery’s expiration date, simply open the battery panel on your defibrillator. The date will often be printed on the battery itself.
Be aware that some manufacturers print an ‘install-by’ date on the battery, which is often different than the expected use life once installed in the AED. If your AED battery is set to expire within the next 3 months, now is the time to replace.
How to Change the Battery in Your AED
Changing the battery on most automated external defibrillators is a straight-forward process. If you are unsure of how to change it, reference the manual that came with your device. You can also check out the AED Leader YouTube channel where we provide helpful video guides for how to change an AED battery in some of the more complex models.
Can You Recharge an AED Battery?
Some AED batteries are rechargeable, while others are not. You need to make sure your battery model clearly states it is rechargeable. Many of the rechargeable AED battery models require a special charging pack.
What to Do with Old AED Batteries
AED batteries are considered hazardous waste, and therefore need to be properly disposed. There are many recycling programs that will accept your depleted battery to properly handle it.
Wide Selection of AED Battery Replacements
We recommend keeping replacement AED batteries on hand. Though it’s unlikely that your battery will fail before its expiration date, you don’t want to take chances when it comes to life-saving equipment. We are an authorized distributor for the following manufacturers:
- Cardiac Science
Review product descriptions carefully, as even similar defibrillator models may have different battery requirements. For example, Powerheart G3 batteries are different from Powerheart G3 Pro batteries.
If you can’t find the AED battery you’re looking for, contact us at any time for expert advice and recommendations. Our knowledgeable team will be happy to help you find the right battery for your automated external defibrillator, and we’ll get it shipped out right away. Orders over $99 qualify for free shipping.