Why do you need testing?
An status indicator/light is not a guarantee that your AED will shock. We recommend all AEDs, regardless of brand, are checked once a year, to make sure the unit is ready to go when / if you need it and to show you have exercised due care. For example, in some cases, we've found the unit has been used, and no one has replaced the pads, or the adhesiveness of the pads has degraded over time, making the device ineffective.
How does it work?
The output is measured using our analysis equipment, to ensure your unit meets the parameters set down by your AED manufacturer. On successful completion of the service, your AED will receive a Test & Tag label, and you will receive a test report outlining the performance results of your AED.
AED battery and electrode pads have expiry dates. We keep a record of these details for our clients to guarantee replacement in time.