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Why choose Powerheart G5 AED?

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Designed to be used by lay persons and requires no medical background to safely operate.



Provides Prompts :

•Before pads expire

•If pads are tampered or unfit for use.

•Before battery depletes



Delivers 95 to 354 joules

based on a victim’s body size.

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The Powerheart G5 AED is the only AED recommended by the Philippine Red Cross – after conducting thorough technical tests.

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Tests itself everyday to ensure peace of mind that it’s ready for rescue when a cardiac emergency occurs.



The G5’s medical-grade lithium ion battery can deliver at least 420 shocks and comes with a 4-year operating guarantee.

 The G5 has an 8-year warranty.

G5 pads are inexpensive.



    • Operations: Fully automatic

    • Waveform: STAR® biphasic truncated exponential

    • Therapy range: (J) 95J to 354J (adult)

    • Fast shock feature: 5 energy protocols available

    • Voice prompts: RescueCoach™ prompts provide user-paced instruction Text screen Displays rescue prompts and critical rescue information

  • Audible alerts: Voice prompt, system alert

  • Synchronized shock: Built-in automatic synchronization feature

  • Pacemaker pulse detection: Yes

  • Pacemaker pulse detection: Yes

  • Pediatric capability: Therapy range (VE) 22J to 82J, pediatric prompts

  • Dual Language: Latin American Spanish or French Canadian (optional)*

  • Customizable: Voice prompt, CPR settings, and shock protocols via AED Manager

  • CPR: Metronome for CPR compression rate

  • Visible indicators: Rescue Ready®, battery, service, and pad status

  • Warranty: 8 years


    • Dimensions (H × W × D):3.4 in × 9.0 in × 11.8 in (9 cm × 23 cm × 30 cm)

    • Weight: 5.7 lbs (2.6 kg), including battery and pads

    • Dust/water resistance: IP55 (IEC 60529)

    • Operating temperature: 32 °F to +122 °F (0 °C to 50 °C)

    • Altitude: –1,253 ft (–382 m) to (15,073 ft) 4,594 m

    • Drop: MIL-STD-810G, 516.6 (Procedure IV) for 1.22 m drop

    • Shocks: MIL-STD-810G, 516.6 (Procedure 1)

    • Vibration (sine and random):MIL-STD-810G, 514.6 (Procedure 1, Cat 24)

      EMI (radiated/immunity):IEC 60601-2-4

  • PADS Intellisense™ Defibrillation Pads

    • Type: Disposable, non-polarized (pads can be placed in either position)

    • Shelf life: 2 years

  • BATTERY Intellisense® Lithium Battery

    • Guarantee: 4-year, full operational replacement

    • Capacity: 420 shocks (typical) at 300VE


    • Daily, weekly, and monthly: Electrical circuitry, AED software, medical grade battery and defibrillation pads (presence and function)

      Weekly: Includes partial energy charge

      Monthly: Includes full energy charge cycle


    • Internal memory: 0 minutes of rescue data, multiple rescue functionality

      ECG and rescue review: Viewable via AED Manager reporting and configuration software

      Communications: USB cable or USB memory stick

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Intellisense™ CPR Feedback Device


Intellisense CPR Feedback is the only CPR aid of its kind to combine compression rate and depth corrections to the 2015 AHA and ERC CPR Guidelines, quick and easy functionality and Rescue Ready reliability. When lives are on the line, you need an intelligent CPR device in your hands. (Powerheart® G5 models only)


Motion sensor technology – the same technology used on most smart phones – provides rescuers with immediate voice prompts if their CPR compression rate and depth are outside the 2015 AHA-acceptable parameters.

Smart Technology

Simple to Prep, Simple to Use

Experienced and first-time responders can now easily perform effective CPR. Simple place-and-press functionality requires no complicated preparation or product assembly, while a non-slip surface and oblong shape ensures steady placement during CPR.

Press Harder and Fully Release

Our proprietary algorithm monitors chest compression rate and depth for effectiveness.  When needed, voice and text feedback indicate when compression depth needs adjustment. “Press harder and fully release” if compressions are shallow; and an emphasis on recoil. “Press softer” if compressions are too hard.

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