The Philips HeartStart battery that’s made for your OnSite or FRx AED. It’s built for a long life. Including the one you just might save when you use it. Just install the lithium battery in your Philips AED by the “install by” date and your OnSite or FRx is not only ready to use at a moment’s notice but for several years to come. So don’t get caught off guard with a faulty battery when someone close to you goes into sudden cardiac arrest. With 10 minutes maximum to save a life, make sure you get it right the first time. Back up your AED with the name that’s been delivering outstanding service and support for Philips AEDs and accessories for over 40 years: SOS Technologies. What’s the expiration date for the Philips HeartStart battery?
When the HeartStart battery is installed by the “install by” date, it can typically power your AED in a standby state for 4 years, including any self-tests the device should run. It also has a shelf life of at least 5 years from the date of manufacture. Does the Philips HeartStart battery have to be replaced after each use?
No. Each HeartStart battery can be used for at least 200 shocks or 4 hours of patient monitoring, provided it is within its expiration date. That said, we recommend buying a 2nd HeartStart battery to use as a spare, whether as an emergency back-up or for training purposes. How long is the warranty for on this battery?
The battery comes with a 4-year factory warranty from Philips. Are there extreme hot or cold temperatures in which the Philips HeartStart battery may not work?
The battery should not be exposed to temperatures above 122 degrees Fahrenheit. People Who Purchased This Item Also Bought: HeartStart OnSite Adult SMART Pads HeartStart FRx SMART Pads II OnSite Infant / Child Pads