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Maintaining your AED battery is one of the most important factors in continually running your AED system in emergency situations. Always be sure to regularly test the battery stored in the AED system, as well as keep a backup AED battery on hand. We are proud to offer AED batteries for nearly every Automated External Defibrillator system available. AED (Automatic External Defibrillator) batteries are one of the most important parts of your AED system. To make sure your AED will work perfectly in an emergency situation, periodically check your batteries to make sure they are in good working condition and replace them when needed. Most AED batteries will typically last 2-5 years depending on your unit and if your AED has been previously used. It is highly recommended that a spare AED Battery should be stored with your active unit in case of emergencies or for training and/or demonstrations. Spare primary lithium (non-rechargeable) based batteries have a long shelf-life (7-10 years) when properly stored.