|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)|
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
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.