Devilbiss 5 Liter Oxygen Concentrator with Oxygen Sensing Device
$ 599.00 $ 899.97
Drive Devilbiss 5 Liter Oxygen Concentrator with Oxygen Sensing Device (OSD) used to deliver therapeutic oxygen to a patient with respiratory illnesses. Patented DeVilbiss Turn-Down Technology minimizes wear on internal components, reduces power consumption by 15% or more and extends the life of the concentrator. Readily accessible patient controls, protected cannula fitting and recessed humidifier nook to prevent damage. Alarms Audible and visual high/low pressure, low flow, low oxygen, power fail, Oxygen Sensing Device.
|Product Dimensions||24.5" (H) x 13.5" (W) x 12" (D)|
|Product Weight||36 lbs.|
|Power Consumption||310 Watt Average, 275 Watts @ 2.5 LPM and Below|
|Oxygen Percentage||1-5 LPM, 93% +/- 3%|
|Outlet Pressure||8.5 psig|
|Delivery Rate||0.5 to 5 LPM|
DeVilbiss OSD Operation:
The OSD (Oxygen Sensing Device) is a device within your concentrator that monitors the oxygen produced by your unit . When the unit is turned “On,” all four lights (Power,
Service Required, Low Oxygen, and Normal Oxygen) on the front panel will illuminate briefly. After a few seconds, only the Power and Normal Oxygen lights will remain lit.
The OSD lights on the front panel are defined as follows: Green Normal Oxygen light–acceptable oxygen level. Yellow Low Oxygen light– below an acceptable oxygen level.
If the oxygen purity falls below the acceptable level, the green Normal Oxygen light will shut off and the yellow Low Oxygen light will illuminate . Switch to your reserve oxygen
system . Refer to the Minor Troubleshooting section in this guide on page 7 and contact your DeVilbiss provider.
A warning indicates the possibility of injury to the user or the operator.
Oxygen causes rapid burning . Do not smoke while your oxygen concentrator is operating, or when you are near a person utilizing oxygen therapy.
Keep the oxygen concentrator and cannula at least 2 m (6.5 feet) from hot, sparking objects or naked sources of flame.
To ensure you receive the therapeutic amount of oxygen delivery according to your medical condition, 525 Oxygen Concentrator must:
- be used only after one or more settings have been individually determined or prescribed for you at your specific activity levels.
- be used with the specific combination of parts and accessories that are in line with the specification of the concentrator manufacturer and that were used while your settings were determined.
For your safety, the oxygen concentrator must be used according to the prescription determined by your physician.
Equipment not suitable for use in the presence of a flammable anesthetic mixture with air or with oxygen or nitrous oxide.
This device contains electrical and/or electronic equipment . Follow local governing ordinances and recycling plans regarding disposal of device components. Installation of 515LF-607 low output flow meter package will cause the low flow alarm to not work. Use only water-based lotions or salves that are oxygen-compatible before and during oxygen therapy. Never use petroleum or oil-based lotions or salves to avoid the risk of fire and burns.
Do not lubricate fittings, connections, tubing, or other accessories of the oxygen concentrator to avoid the risk of fire and burns. Use only spare parts recommended by the manufacturer to ensure proper function and to avoid the risk of fire and burns. Use of this device at an altitude above 4000 meters or above a temperature of 95 ̊F (35 ̊C) or greater than 95% relative humidity may affect the flow rate and the percentage of oxygen and consequently the quality of the therapy. Refer to specifications for details regarding parameters tested. Oxygen makes it easier for a fire to start and spread. Do not leave the nasal cannula or mask on bed coverings or chair cushions if the oxygen concentrator is turned on but not in use, the oxygen will make the materials flammable. Turn the oxygen concentrator off when not in use to prevent oxygen enrichment. If you feel discomfort or are experiencing a medical emergency while undergoing oxygen therapy, seek medical assistance immediately to avoid harm. Geriatric, pediatric or any other patient unable to communicate discomfort can require additional monitoring and/or a distributed alarm system to convey the information about the discomfort and/or the medical urgency to the responsible caregiver to avoid harm. Smoking during oxygen therapy is dangerous and is likely to result in facial burns or death . Do not allow smoking within the same room where the oxygen concentrator or any oxygen carrying accessories are located . If you intend to smoke, you must always turn the oxygen concentrator off, remove the cannula and leave the room where either the cannula or mask or the oxygen concentrator is located . If unable to leave the room, you must wait 10 minutes after you have turned off the oxygen concentrator before smoking.
Open flames during oxygen therapy are dangerous and are likely to result in fire or death. Do not allow open flames within 2 m of the oxygen concentrator or any oxygen carrying accessories.” The Device is classified as IPX0 which means it does not provide protection from water ingress. Keep the device dry. Do not service or clean this device while in use with a Patient. Under certain circumstances, oxygen therapy can be hazardous . Seek medical advice before using an oxygen concentrator.
When device is used under extreme operating conditions, the temperature near the exhaust vents on the bottom of the unit may reach 145 ̊F (63 ̊C). Keep body parts a minimum of 32” away from this area. Improper use of the power cord and plugs can cause a burn, fire, or other electric shock hazards. Do not use the unit if the power cord is damaged. The DeVilbiss oxygen concentrators manufactured since July 1, 2012 are equipped with a fire mitigating outlet fitting that prevents propagation of fire into the unit. DeVilbiss oxygen concentrators manufactured prior to July 1, 2012 must be retrofitted by your provider with the fire mitigating outlet fitting. In order to prevent a fire propagating from the patient through the cannula towards the unit, a means of protection should be located as close to the patient as practicable. Please contact your provider for this means of protection . Before attempting any cleaning procedures, turn the unit “Off .” To avoid electric shock, do not remove the concentrator cabinet. The cabinet should only be removed by a qualified DeVilbiss technician. Do not apply liquid directly to the cabinet or utilize any petroleum-based solvents or cleaning agents . A-525D3
Use of harsh chemicals (including alcohol) is not recommended . If bactericidal cleaning is required, a non-alcohol based product should be used to avoid inadvertent damage. Medical Electrical Equipment needs special precautions regarding EMC and needs to be installed and put into service according to the Electromagnetic Compatibility [EMC] information provided in the accompanying documents. Portable and Mobile RF Communications Equipment can affect Medical Electrical Equipment. The equipment or system should not be used adjacent to or stacked with other equipment and that if adjacent or stacked use is necessary, the equipment or system should be observed to verify normal operation in the configuration in which.