This product has been discontinued and is no longer available to buy. Please see our alternative product: Cardiac Science Powerheart G5 AED Semi-Auto Defibrillator.
Designed for use by professional medical responders, the Powerheart AED G3 Pro features an ECG display which shows critical patient information including heart rate, number of shocks delivered and the elapsed rescue time. The Powerheart AED G3 Pro is a semi-automatic defibrillator, supplied with one non-rechargeable lithium battery. The AED has a built-in metronome which helps to set the pace for CPR compressions, and its RHYTHMx technology continuously monitors, detects and advises defibrillation therapy to treat life threatening cardiac rhythms.
This is the technical data for the Cardiac Science Powerheart AED G3 Pro Defibrillator with Non-Rechargeable Lithium Battery.
|Battery Type||1 x non-rechargeable lithium|
|Warranty||7 years (on the AED)|
|Kit Contents||1 x Defibrillator
1 x Non-rechargeable lithium battery
2 pairs of adult defib pads
|Manufacturer Part Number||Cardiac Science Powerheart AED G3 Pro: 9300P-502|
The following technical data sheets are available for this product:
Q. Can you tell me if an employer has a legal obligation to service/calibrate a defibrillator at regular time spans? Do first aiders have to go on regular refresher courses to operate them? Finally, what is the approximate life span of a defibrillator?
A. Thank you for your enquiry. There is no legal obligation to ensure that the defibrillator is regularly serviced. It is the Health and Safety Manager's responsibility to ensure that the pads have not exceeded their standby life and that the battery is fully charged. The Cardiac Science defibrillators carry out automatic self tests which would indicate if there is a problem with the unit. It is no longer compulsory for people to be trained before using the defibrillator, although it is highly recommended. Again, refresher courses are available, but they are not compulsory - only recommended. A defibrillator does not have an approximate lifespan. As long as the battery and pads are replaced when needed, the defibrillator will continue working past the warranty period.