Devilbiss iGo Portable Oxygen Concentrator System ( 306DS )
Devilbiss iGo Portable Oxygen Concentrator System ( 306DS ) System is lightweight battery operated or AC/DC powered machine that provides therapy in prescribed levels of enriched or concentrated oxygen than that of ambient air. Being a portable unit that can be carried in wheeled cart or compact rolling case and weighing less than 20lbs enables the user to maintain active lifestyle. It is versatile unit that can deliver up to 3 litres per minute (LPM) in continuous or from 1 - 6 in PulseDose mode with electronic settings in the control panel.Why choose iGo Oxygen Concentrator?New external battery charger Multiple Power Options Convenient Control Panel Easy-to-access filter compartment
Devilbiss iGo Oxygen Concentrator Features:
- Devilbiss iGo System includes multiple power options - AC (120 Volts), DC (car charger port) and rechargeable battery that make it convenient to operate at home or on the go
- Comes with an external battery charger that recharges the battery in about 3 hours
- In the event of power failure or interruption, the iGo will automatically switch to battery operation thereby providing uninterrupted supply of oxygen at the set rate of flow
- Oxygen Sensing Device (OSD) is in- built into the unit which indicates that oxygen is being delivered at accurate and prescribed level
- OSD gives audible warning should the concentrator generate low oxygen output or if there is high or low flow of oxygen and when the unit requires periodic maintenance
- Control panel displays easy-to-read battery status and oxygen flow in liters ? 1.0, 1.5, 2.0, 2.5, 3.0, 4.0, 5.0 and 6.0 when used in Continuous flow or PulseDose mode
- PulseDose prevents excess use of battery life by user actuated limit of 20 breaths per minute (BPM)
- Audible alerts include power failure, low battery, no breath detected in PulseDose mode, high temperature, and unit malfunction
- Can also be purchased with detachable wheeled cart or deluxe rolling carrying caseCan be used with 50-foot tubing/cannula in continuous flow mode and 35-foot tubing/cannula in PulseDose mode
- The unit is FAA approved for air travel and can be operated onboard an aircraft
- Integrated conserving technology extends the use time, offering improved comfort and increased efficiency
- Increased battery capabilities, can last as long as 5.4 hours when operating on setting 1 in PulseDose mode
- Fast battery charge time, 2 hours to 4.5 hours dependent upon the flow setting
- Easy to read battery status gauge indicates battery life
- Easy to access filter compartment
- Rolling carry case option features easy access openings for cannula and external power supply
Before Operating Your Go ( Operating Your iGo )
Portable Concentrator Warranty
3-year limited warranty for the iGo Portable Oxygen System and 1-year limited warranty on battery on eemedicals.
THIS ITEM REQUIRES A PRESCRIPTION
If you do not have a prescription at time of purchase, a sales associate will reach out to you prior to delivery.???????
- Always check to see that the Air Filter is clean. Proper cleaning of this filter is discussed in the Caring for Your iGo System section.
- Check to be sure that the Exhaust Vents are not blocked.
- Attach the appropriate accessories to the oxygen outlet.
Oxygen Tubing Connection:
a. Attach the tubing to the oxygen outlet. Make sure it is securely attached. Oxygen Tubing Connection with Humidification: NOTE?A humidifier can be used in Continuous Flow mode ONLY. Do not use a humidifier when in PulseDose mode:
b. Attach the elbow humidifier adapter directly to the humidifier bottle. Attach oxygen tubing (50' max) to the to the elbow humidifier adapter and oxygen outlet. Make sure it is securely tightened. Place the humidifier bottle on the humidifier stand and secure the stand on a sturdy, flat surface near the patient where it will be safe and will not be knocked over. The humidifier bottle must remain upright to prevent water from entering the cannula.
- Your physician has prescribed a nasal cannula. In most cases, they are already attached to the oxygen tubing If not, follow the manufacturer's instructions for attachment. Attach the cannula tubing (7' max) directly to the humidifier bottle. NOTE?Use only standard nasal cannula when in PulseDose mode; do not use pediatric (low-flow) nasal cannula with PulseDose delivery. Any nasal cannula can be used with Continuous Flow mode.
- For portable use, ensure fully charged battery is installed and necessary accessories (e.g. AC or DC cords/adapters) are packed.
- Check to see if the air filter is in place before using. If the air filter needs to be cleaned, wash with soapy water and allow to dry before using. If necessary, replace with a new air filter.
- Plug unit into AC Power, DC Power, or make sure there is a charged Battery installed. NOTE?Every time a button is pressed or when a change to the power source occurs, the iGo will give a short audible chirp.
- Connect the tubing to the oxygen outlet and the cannula.
Danger If tubing becomes disconnected during operation, iGo does not alert. Check flow at the cannula to verify oxygen delivery.
- Attach a standard nasal cannula to the oxygen outlet and to your nose and face. Breathe normally through the cannula.
CAUTION?To ensure there is adequate flow to deliver oxygen, the length of the tubing must not exceed 50 feet (15.2m) when using Continuous Flow Mode, and must not exceed 35 feet (10.5m) when operating in PulseDose Mode for adequate breath detection.
- Press and hold the Power Button to turn your iGo On. When the unit is turned On, all the lights on the control panel will illuminate briefly and audible alert will briefly activate.
a. When using External Power:
1) In PulseDose mode: After a few seconds, the External Power, Normal Oxygen, and Flow Rate lights will remain lit. The Flow Indicator Light will pulse with each breath. If a battery is installed, the Battery Status Lights will either illuminate indicating battery charge level or cycle indicating battery is charging. 2) In Continuous Flow mode: After a few seconds, the External Power, Normal Oxygen, Flow Indicator, and Flow Rate lights will remain lit. If a battery is installed, the Battery Status Lights will either illuminate indicating battery charge level or cycle indicating battery is charging.
b. When using Battery Power:
1) In PulseDose mode: After a few seconds, the Normal Oxygen and Flow Rate lights will remain lit. The Battery Status Gauge Lights will also be lit indicating battery charge level. The Flow Indicator Light will pulse with each breath.
2) In Continuous Flow mode: After a few seconds, the Normal Oxygen, Flow Rate, and Flow Indicator lights will remain lit. The Battery Status Gauge Lights will also be lit indicating battery charge level. NOTE?The DeVilbiss iGo has an oxygen sensing device (OSD?) to monitor oxygen purity once the oxygen stabilization process is complete (after approximately the first 20 minutes of operation). Once stabilized, the OSD monitors the oxygen purity and will alert if purity falls below an acceptable level.
- To change your Delivery Mode, press the Mode Select button. The iGo will come on at the last mode and flow setting used.
a. Continuous Flow Operation - When operating in Continuous Flow Mode, a continuous supply of oxygen will flow through your tubing and nasal cannula. b. PulseDose Operation - When operating in PulseDose mode, an alert will beep after 30 seconds if a breath is not detected. If another 60 seconds elapses and no breath is detected, the unit will switch to Continuous Flow at the last Continuous Flow setting used. NOTE-PulseDose dramatically extends the use time of the iGo Portable Oxygen System offering increased mobility with improved comfort and increased efficiency. Many users find PulseDose oxygen delivery more comfortable than continuous flow delivery systems.