Storing and caring for your CellAED®

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Optimal Storage and Maintenance of Your CellAED®

Best Practices for Storing CellAED®

Accessible storage is key for CellAED®. Ideal locations include near the front door, in central areas like the kitchen, or alongside other emergency equipment. When leaving home, especially to remote areas, take your CellAED® with you for emergencies.

Storage Conditions

Store your CellAED® in its protective case, away from direct sunlight and extreme heat. The recommended storage temperature is between 15 and 35 degrees Celsius (59-95°F) to preserve its lifespan.

Routine Checks and Maintenance

Your CellAED® requires minimal maintenance, but a monthly inspection is advised. Check for a intact tamper-evident seal and any signs of damage, using the provided checklist for guidance.

Operational Readiness

To ensure your CellAED® is ready for use:

  • Check the expiry date on the back of the protective case. Replace your CellAED® immediately if it's expired.
  • Observe the LED status:
    • Green flash every 30 seconds indicates full operational readiness.
    • Amber flash signifies a low battery, but the device can still be used in emergencies.
    • No LED flash means the battery is expired, and the CellAED® needs immediate replacement.

During Use

When in use, if a shock is advised, the LED will turn red and remain so during charging and delivering a shock. This is a reminder not to touch the patient during this process.

Additional Information

Refer to your CellAED® user manual for comprehensive details on care and usage.


Proper storage, regular checks, and understanding the LED indicators ensure your CellAED® is always ready for emergency situations.