Cardiac Science G5 Powerheart Battery XBTAED001A Overview
Cardiac Science Powerheart Lithium Intellisense Battery XBTAED001A comes with a manufacture 4-year operational guarantee.
Effective CPR made easy Optional Intellisense™ CPR Feedback monitors the quality of both chest compression depth and rate. If either compression rate or depth is outside of the 2015 American Heart Association acceptable parameters, the rescuer will receive a short corrective prompt to ensure effectiveness. Simple place-and-press design ensures effective CPR.
Cardiac Science Powerheart G5 Battery Benefits: Reliable and Rugged
Know your Cardiac Science G5 Battery will be ready when called upon thanks to the highly visible Rescue Ready® indicator that communicates rescue status and confirms that the internal circuitry, medical-grade battery, and rescue pads have passed daily, weekly, and monthly self-tests. In fact, a collective 4,100 hours of Rescue Ready self-tests around the world are performed each day. The durable G5 has been tested to military standards and features an IP55 rating for protection against dust and water.
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The device conducts a daily self-test that ensures the battery is rescue-ready.
Intellisense® battery (model XBTAED001)
Powerheart® AED G5 Intellisense™ Battery Specs
Table 8: Intellisense battery
Type Intellisense lithium battery, non-rechargeable
Output voltage 12 VDC (nominal)
Lithium content 9.2 g (approximate)
Disposal Check local regulations for disposal information
• 5 years from date of manufacture
• Temperature ranges:
Short term (3 days at either temperature
extreme): -30°C to 65°C
Long term (5 years at either temperature
extreme): 20°C to 30°C
(new and fully
• Shocks: 420 (typical), 250 (minimum), or 16
hours of operating time at 20-30°C, or
Standby: 4 years
* Shelf life is the length of time a battery can be stored prior to installation into an
AED without significantly affecting its operating life.
** The battery operating life depends on the type of battery, device settings, actual
usage, and environmental factors. The number of shocks is estimated at a 300 VE
energy level with a “three shock stack” followed by 60 seconds of CPR using Basic
prompt settings between each set of shocks.