Oxygen To Go

EverGo Portable Oxygen Concentrator

Portable Oxygen Concentrator

The EverGo Portable Oxygen Concentrator from Respironics is the oxygen therapy solution that lets active patients do the things they want – without worrying about running out of oxygen. Its 8-hour battery life, 1050 ml per minute oxygen capacity, lightweight design (weighs less than 10 pounds), and easy-to-use touch screen mean patients can finally be active all day. And, the EverGo portable concentrator helps homecare providers control costs by eliminating the expense of oxygen delivery.

 

Air Travel  FAA Approved for Air Travel

EverGo is ideally suited for people who enjoy travel as it has been cleared by the FAA* for use on commercial airlines.

*Airline policies for traveling with an oxygen concentrator vary. Patients need to check with their airline before flying with EverGo. 

Features

8-Hour Battery Life,* 1050 ml/minute Oxygen Capacity Mean More Freedom for Patients

EverGo is the portable oxygen therapy solution that truly gives active patients the freedom they deserve. EverGo’s extra-long battery life gives patients the freedom to be spontaneous; and its larger oxygen capacity means patients can test their limits – without being limited by the device.

*Based on 20 breaths per minute and a typical device setting of 2.

  • FAA - Approved for airline travel
  • Non-medical design looks like an ordinary carry-on bag or camcorder case
  • Lightweight weighs less than 10 pounds

 

 

Evergo Easy-to-use touch screen interface controls all EverGo functions and clearly shows battery life and prescribed setting.


Evergo Easy access to batteries makes them easy to change and charge – plus EverGo can be simultaneously charged and operated.


Evergo Low maintenance just one easy-to-remove filter for patients to clean.

 

 

Full assortment of accessories gives patients the flexibility to tailor the EverGo to their 

Specifications | EverGo

Product Specifications

AC Power Universal Input: 100-240 VAC, 50-60 Hz, 1.0 Amp;
Output: 18 VDC, 5 Amp
DC Power 12-18 VDC, 5 Amp
Power Consumption 110 W at 100 VAC (charging),
120 W at 240 VAC (charging); 70 W (not charging)
Oxygen Concentration 89% +/- 3%
Oxygen Delivery Pulse Dose Settings 1-6 in 0.5 increments
Weight 10 lbs (4.5 kg) with 2 batteries,
8.5 lbs (3.9 kg) with 1 battery
Dimensions Length: 12 in (30.5 cm) Width: 6 in (15.2 cm) Height: 8.5 in (21.6 cm)
Battery Duration 2 batteries = 8 hours (setting of 2, 20 bpm),
1 battery = 4 hours (setting of 2, 20 bpm)
Sound Level 43 dBA typical at a Setting of 2
Filters Gross particle, inlet filter, micro-felt filter (bacteria)
Oxygen Purity Alarms Low oxygen at 83%
Operating Temperature 41F to 104F (5C to 40C)
Storage/Transport Humidit -4F to 140F (-20C to 60C) up to 95% RH non-condensing
Operating Humidity Up to 95% relative humidity
Outlet Pressure 3 psi
Operating Altitude Up to 8000 ft
Alarms and Indicators Low battery at 17 minutes life left; battery status on touch screen and on battery; no breath alarm after 2 minutes
Oxygen Capacity 1.05 liters per minute (pulse dosed)
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We rent several different models of portable oxygen concentrators (POCs) for periods from a week to months. Every rental includes 24-hour access to respiratory therapists and board-certified physicians. And we can deliver these units to you FAST!

Did you know? With the FAA ruling, airlines require that you must have 150% of your flight time in battery time. So with a six hour flight, you would need nine hours of battery time. Call us with any questions at 877-736-8691

Customer Testimonial (view all)

President & Ceo of Oxygen To Go and Mr. Jimmy Nelson

On April 6, 2006 with the assistance of equipment provided by Oxygen To Go we successfully flew on NWA from Bradenton/Sarasota, Fl. to Syracuse, NY.

Madelyn’s normal oxygen level is at 3L all the time.(24/7) The ocimeter provided was one of the most valuable pieces of equipment provided. I read all the info, talked to Mr. Nelson and felt very confident I could do it right. Madelyn’s blood oxygen level is around 95 on the ground. She started dropping to 80/82 once we started to climb. I increased the flow as we reached 30,0000 feet. She was at 4.5L and oxygen level of 90 for 2 1/2 hours. When we started to descend and ready to land I did the reverse. Madelyn was back to 3L and a level of 92 once we landed. I did this procedure twice that day.

We did test the equipment before the flight. I did not want any surprises. It all worked like a charm. We even found electrical outlets at the airport so we could charge the batteries. a few people were very interested so I gave them your WEB address and Mr. Nelson’s name. I met one women who wanted just a few minutes of oxygen, guess what my answer was. The professionalism and caring attitude of Jimmy Nelson was outstanding. I would give him an A+. He made me feel like I knew what I was doing; with the help of Jimmy, this humble person, paddled Madelyn all the was to Syracuse.

I really could ramble on and on and on about how great your equipment works. Should you ever need me to ramble on to a potential customer please do not hesitate to ask.

Thanks for exceptional service.

Carole M.