Powerheart AED G3 Battery
Part No. 9146- ABE-B
Replaces Cardiac Science Battery™ 9146-002, 9146-102, 9146-202, 9146-302
For use with Powerheart™ G3 AEDs 9390E, 9390A, 9300E, and 9300A
• Chemistry: Li-SO2 (Lithium Sulfur Dioxide)
• Nominal Voltage: 12 volts
• Amp-Hour Capacity: 7.5 A-Hr
• Watt-Hour Capacity: 90 W-Hr
• Estimated Shelf Life: 5 years
• Operation and Standby Temperature: 0° to 50° C (32° to +122° F)
• Weight: 1.21 lbs
• Total lithium content: <9.2g, for MSDS see SAFT product LO/G
• Non Rechargeable – Do Not Attempt To Recharge
Re-Celled Powerheart AED G3 Battery Replacement Facts
- Are re-celled Powerheart aed g3 batteries different from Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM) batteries?
There are no differences in functionality, life, or warranty between ABE re-celled and OEM packs. The FDA has determined that they are substantially equivalent and granted ABE clearance for re-celling. The only differences are in price and labeling. ABE begins with the original, expired battery pack. Cells are replaced with OEM cells, electronics are reset as applicable, blemishes are polished out, packs are relabeled, and finally, thorough testing and inspection is conducted.
- .What is the “green” value of returning used AED packs to AED Battery Exchange?
The volume of plastic from disposed of AED batteries in the U.S. each year is approximately equivalent to that of 2.3 million water bottles. The non-discharged hazardous waste is nearly 200 tons. Save a life – kill the planet? Please do your part in returning cores and purchasing re-celled batteries
- .How can AED Battery Exchange offer the same warranty on a re-celled pack as the original manufacturer (OEM)?
AED Battery Exchange uses OEM cells with the same amp-hour rating of the original product. Therefore, our Powerheart AED G3 battery will provide the same life as the original.
- Why do I need to look for FDA clearance for a re-celled Powerheart 9146 battery in the U.S.?
AEDs are Class III devices regulated by the FDA in the U.S.. All testing conducted and used to achieve FDA clearance was done by the AED OEM and included the battery pack. Therefore, AED battery packs are also considered Class III devices and must be cleared by the FDA in order to remanufacture and offer for sale in the U.S.. Anyone re-celling AED battery packs will likely be prosecuted and required to recall these products.
- How do re-celled Powerheart AED G3 batteries compare to after market batteries?
The re-celled Powerheart AED G3 battery packs have OEM components. After market packs are attempts to duplicate OEM packs. Tooling will not be exact for the housings and the fit will not be as good as the OEM. Internal components such as the cells may or may not be provided by the same manufacturer supplying to the AED OEM. After market packs can come from anywhere and may not be cleared by the FDA, manufactured within a registered facility, or even certified for transport. If information is difficult to find on who is responsible for the design and manufacture of an aftermarket pack, there is a good chance that they are not following federal regulations, and therefore, subject to fines and recalls