Open-Aire Portable Oxygen

 
  Portable Oxygen Concentrator

XpO2


EverGo

Product Description

The EverGo portable oxygen concentrator by Philips Respironics features an 8 hour battery life and can be taken anywhere you need to go at a moment’s notice. Add that, combined with the EverFlo, a small and lightweight stationary concentrator, you’ll have a system that meets your every travel, home, and portable oxygen need. It is the oxygen therapy solution that lets you do the things you want without worrying about running out of oxygen. EverGo is ideally suited for people who enjoy travel as it has been cleared by the FAA for use on commercial airlines.

 

     •  Unlimited oxygen means no more waiting for delivery of refills.

     •  Tank-less oxygen system means you’re safe when traveling.

     •  Long-life battery allows you to enjoy an active lifestyle.

     •  Small and lightweight for greater mobility.

 

Specifications

EverGo

 
Weight: 10 lbs. (4.5 kg) with 2 batteries
8.5 lbs. (3.9 kg) with 1 battery
Height: 12”
Width: 8.5”
Depth: 6”
Oxygen Flow: Settings 1-6 in .5 increments
Power Source: AC and DC power supply
Battery: Duration for 2 batteries —8 hours
Duration for 1 battery — 4 hours
Recharge time; 2 batteries — 4 hours
1 battery — 2 hours
Noise Level: 43 Decibels typical
(settings of 2 and 20 bpm)
System Includes: EverGo portable oxygen concentrator
Portable carrying case
Two Lithium ion batteries that provide 8 hours of operation*
AC and DC power cords
Fold up, lightweight wheeled cart
Accessories case

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

The product specifications on this sheet are provided by the manufacturer and may change without notice.


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