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SmartDose® Mini Electronic Oxygen Conserver

Description

The SmartDose® Mini Oxygen Conserver by Drive Medical will sense patient breath rate and turn oxygen flow up and down as needed, within seconds. As you perform strenuous activities you will receive an appropriate amount of oxygen to keep you going, while at low breathing rates this conserver excels at saving money by lowering the dosage. This technology maximizes conservation so that each tank will last longer, saving money and time spent replacing them. Electronic conservers are necessary if you are looking for a conserver, but your respiration is too weak to power a pneumatic conserver. The easy to read panel makes using the SmartDose® Mini simple and aggravation-free.

Features

  • Achieves maximum conservation efficiency by automatically adjusting the dose down at lower activity levels
  • Can use 2 AA Alkaline batteries for a duration of about one year (for most patients)
  • Delivers a quiet, gentle dose of oxygen using an efficient, compact design
  • Operating pressure range: 500-3000 PSI
  • The SmartDose Mini Oxygen conserver will sense patient breathing pattern and auto-adjust oxygen flow rate up or down as needed within seconds
  • Uniform pulse dose increments 1,2,3,4,5 plus CF preset @ 2 LPM
  • Weighs just 15.5 ounces with batteries

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Customer Questions and Answers

WHY DOES IT WHISTLE WHEN I CHANGE THE TANK....I UNDO AND RE-ATTACH THE TANK ...SOMETIMES STOPS AND THEN NO...NO INFO IN THE MANUAL...?

Asked by: THIA
Thank you for your inquiry. Could be residual O2 being release. Have your provider verify this. Thank you again Jazmin @ Drive.
Answered by: Jazmin G
Date published: 2018-02-13

how do you turn this off

Asked by: larryj
Thank you for your inquiry. Turn off oxygen supply by closing the cylinder valve when not in use. To stop oxygen flow, push the CF switch in and the power will turn off after 5 minutes of inactivity. Thank you for your inquiry.
Answered by: Jazmin G
Date published: 2018-01-22

I note a feature that will allow a delivery up to 2 settings higher than the chosen setting, giving a maximum of setting 7. Is that the same volume that would be delivered by a Bonsai unit on setting 7? What is the cost of one of these units?

Asked by: ChrisPH
Thank you for your inquiry. Drive does not sell directly; please contact a local provider in your geographical area to determine the cost. To locate a provider, please use our provider network found here: http://www.drivemedical.com/index.php/providers/index/ or you can use the ‘locate a provider’ button at the top of the page. Hope this helps, thank you again. Jazmin @ Drive.
Answered by: Jazmin G
Date published: 2017-11-11

Where can I buy one and how much I have one but it quite working

Asked by: Diana Davis
Thank you for your inquiry. Drive does not sell directly; please contact a local provider in your geographical area to determine the cost. To locate a provider, please use our provider network found here: http://www.drivemedical.com/index.php/providers/index/ or you can use the ‘locate a provider’ button at the top of the page. Hope this helps, thank you again. Jazmin @ Drive.
Answered by: Jazmin G
Date published: 2017-10-07

do you need to breath through your nose in order for the unit to work properly?

Asked by: newuser
Thank You for your inquiry, try inhaling through the mouth if it doesn't properly work after the inhaling of the mouth, Should you have any additional questions, please contact our customer support, toll-free (866) 694-5085 - 8:30 am - 8:00 pm (EST). Thank You again, Jazmin @ Drive
Answered by: Jazmin G
Date published: 2017-09-15

Where can I locate a duration of use chart for tank size and setting?

Asked by: ProJ
Hello, Thank you for your inquiry, Please use the link below. http://cdn.drivemedical.com/media/files/300/CTOX-MN02_V2_4_27.pdf Link http://www.drivemedical.com/index.php/smartdose-mini-auto-adjusting-oxygen-conserver-300.html Item CTOX-MN02; SmartDose® Mini Electronic Oxygen Conserver
Answered by: Luis M
Date published: 2017-08-08

how long will a c tank last set on 2 and 3 respectively. how long will a e tank last, same question

Asked by: rodney 1030
Hello, Thank you for your inquiry. C tank: 3.8 hours, 2.5 hours. E tank: 17.7 hours, 11.8 hours. Thank you again, Mayra @ Drive http://www.drivemedical.com/index.php/smartdose-mini-auto-adjusting-oxygen-conserver-300.html Item #: CTOX-MN02; SmartDose® Mini Electronic Oxygen Conserver
Answered by: Mayra
Date published: 2017-10-07

Why does this unit stop delivering a burst of air, and just clicks. Sometimes for as long as 5 minutes. New batteries installed.

Asked by: KennyT
Hello, Thank you for your inquiry. This could be for two reasons: 1. Cannula has too much back pressure (pediatric) 2. Pressure sensor is not zeroed Please try to: 1. Replace cannula with standard cannula 2. Power off unit by removing batteries. Remove cannula from nose. Reinstall batteries, Power on unit, Insert cannula & resume normal breathing. If this does not solve the issue you are experiencing, please contact our technical support, toll-free at: (866) 621-4933. Thank you again, Mayra @ Drive http://www.drivemedical.com/index.php/smartdose-mini-auto-adjusting-oxygen-conserver-300.html Item #: CTOX-MN02; SmartDose® Mini Electronic Oxygen Conserver
Answered by: Mayra
Date published: 2017-05-23
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Customer Reviews

SmartDose® Mini Auto-Adjusting Oxygen Conserver is rated 4.0 out of 5 by 1.
Rated 4 out of 5 by from for when you're active I am a patient. I have been on oxygen for about 5 months. My Rx is for 2 lpm continuous. When at home I drag a 50 ft tube around fed by a concentrator plugged into the wall. When I go out for my walks with my wife, I use this unit attached to an M6 cylinder in a back pack. My setting is 3, which I learned by trial and error involving frequent measurements during walks with a finger oximeter. At this setting, I can go up shallow but long inclines, or short but steep hills, and I am always saturated (90% or better). My walks end with a one-story stair climb, by the way. One irritating feature: beloved unit picks up on the rhythm of my breathing, and then doesn't listen to me anymore. If I change or interrupt my rhythm, I could miss four boluses in a row. Either I get back in rhythm, or wait for the machine to signal it is shutting down, after which it again responds to my breathing. This happens at least once, and sometimes twice, during a walk. Anyway, for me the M6 cylinder lasts 2 hours plus a 20 minute reserve. A typical walk for me is 45 minutes (1.6 miles) , so I can do 2 walks on an M6 cylinder with 20 minutes in hand. It is easy to use, and I like it very much.
Date published: 2017-04-02
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