Cardiac Science AED Defibrillator Batteries
Cardiac Science AED batteries are made by the same company that makes some of the most advanced and easy-to-use automated external defibrillators (AEDs) on the market. If sudden cardiac arrest occurs and a Cardiac Science AED (Powerheart®, G3 Pro®, Survivalink® or FirstSave®) is available, odds are that the SCA victim will have a fighting chance of surviving the attack. However, since Cardiac Science AED batteries are a vital component in the lifesaving function of the AED, you must make sure you have a working battery on hand; otherwise, the AED will not work.
AED Brands offers the Cardiac Science AED batteries that you need when your battery has reached the end of its usable life. Nevertheless, we recommend that you not wait that long before purchasing another AED battery. Keeping one or two backup Cardiac Science AED batteries on hand is a good safety measure and should be part of your AED maintenance program.
For the Powerheart automated external defibrillator, AED Brands carries the Cardiac Science Intellisense® Lithium AED battery for defibrillator models that were shipped AFTER April 12, 2004. You can choose either white or yellow, and each AED battery comes with a four-year, fully operational replacement guarantee from the date of installation.
For automated external defibrillators that were shipped BEFORE April 12, 2004, AED Brands sells the Cardiac Science AED battery for the Powerheart G3 model 9300E. This is also an IntelliSense Lithium battery, and comes with Cardiac Science and AED Brands’ warranty and guarantee.
For our customers who have purchased FAA-approved Powerheart AEDs for use onboard aircraft, we offer the Cardiac Science AED aviation battery.
For the FirstSave G3 AED, AED Brands sells the replacement Cardiac Sciences AED battery with a one-year warranty.
For our customers who prefer the convenience of a rechargeable battery, AED Brands offers the Cardiac Science Rechargeable AED battery for the G3. We also offer the charger kit.
If you prefer, we also have the non-rechargeable IntelliSense Lithium Cardiac Science AED battery for the Powerheart AED G3 Pro.
No matter which Cardiac Science AED battery you choose, it is vitally important that you have a regular testing and maintenance schedule in place and that you stick to it. Having an AED available for an SCA emergency is a great first step, but the AED will not work without a battery. Having extra AED batteries on hand in case one fails or is not charged could mean the difference between life and death. Office buildings, golf courses, schools, churches, airports and other public gathering places all over the country are recognizing the need for AED programs. Make sure that if Cardiac Science made your AED, you have a backup Cardiac Science AED battery on hand, as well.