DeVilbiss iGo® Portable Oxygen Concentrator

Product Summary

  • Integrated PulseDose® oxygen conserving technology recognized for clinically effective pulse-dose oxygen delivery extends the use time of the DeVilbiss iGo Portable Oxygen System, offering a clinically sound and highly efficient ambulatory oxygen system Built-in OSD® (oxygen sensing device) ensures accurate oxygen delivery and reduced periodic maintenance schedule
  • High-performance capabilities, compact design weighing less than 20 lbs with battery
  • Fast battery charge time – 2 to 4.5 hours dependent upon the flow setting
  • Easy-to-read battery life gauge
  • OxyTrack Software provides an integrated solution for viewing performance and usage information on any DeVilbiss iGo Portable Oxygen System
  • The external iGo Battery Charger is designed to charge batteries separate from the iGo unit (Figure A)
  • Can be easily transported using the Deluxe Carry Bag (Figure C) or Wheeled Cart (Figure B)
  • Optional accessory bag also available (Figure D-F)

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PulseDose® Settings 1 to 6
Continuous Flow 1 to 3 LPM
Unit Dimensions 15" (W) x 11" (L) x 8" (H)
Max. Recommended Continuous Flow 3 LPM
Oxygen Concentration 91% ± 3% For All Flow Settings
Operating Temperature 41°F to 104°F (5°C to 40°C)
Altitude 0 –13,123 feet (0 – 4,000 meters) Tested @ ~933 hPa
Weight with battery 19 lbs. (8.6 kg)
Weight without battery 15.5 lbs. (7.0 kg)
iGo® Warranty 3 Year Limited
Battery Warranty 1 Year Limited
Sound Level (3.0 PulseDose Mode) 40 dBA

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