AED Superstore Electrode Pad Guide

Every Automated External Defibrillator (AED) manufacturer has their own style electrode pads, and sometimes it can be a challenge to figure it all out!

Our comprehensive step-by-step guide walks you through locating expiration dates, changing the electrode pads on the defibrillator, and using electrode pads for defibrillation in an emergency situation. AED brands and models covered include: If you still have questions, our customer care representatives can help! They are AED experts who go through extensive training every few months and pride themselves on knowing almost anything and everything about every product we sell. To find out even more about AEDs and other related topics, feel free to visit our Resource Center.

4 Responses to “AED Superstore Electrode Pad Guide”

September 26, 2016 at 6:49 pm, Jim Nyberg said:

Are Heartstart FRx pads interchangeable with the Phillips MRx defib/monitor? We would like to purchase the same brand AED as the Defib/monitor that our local ALS service uses so they care compatible.


September 29, 2016 at 8:11 am, AED Superstore said:

If your ALS service has the hands-free cable for flat plug-style electrodes (part number M3508A), then yes, the FRx pads are compatible with that device. If your ALS service is using flat plug-style electrodes with their MRx, The FRx pads may also be connected in the same manner.


July 17, 2023 at 8:06 am, Karen said:

We have different models of AED’s in our building. We are waiting for news pads for one of our machines. in an emergency can we use pads from a different model?


September 06, 2023 at 9:57 am, AED Superstore said:

AED electrode pads are device specific. You would not be able to plug in the pads from the other device. The plugs will be different for each device.


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