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Portable Oxygen Concentrators
Portable Oxygen Concentrators become affordable.
- No more tanks to refill!
- No more home deliveries!
- No more restrictions with travel!
It's just a matter of time before these Portable Oxygen Concentrators replace oxygen cylinders, regulators and conserving devices.
These are the latest portable oxygen concentrators on the market. Smaller and lighter, you can take them anywhere. Portable Oxygen Concentrators are designed to be small, lightweight, easy to use, and more cosmetically acceptable. They are durable and can maintain patient oxygen saturation.
The compressor motors are so quiet that bystanders won't even know it's powered-up and running. These POC's use powerful batteries that last from 3-8 hours, see each model for specifications and battery life. If you are taking a long airline flight, simply carry extra batteries. These portables can also be plugged into any 110V AC outlet or just run on the batteries, some have 12V adapters that pug into the automobile lighter. Batteries automatically charge if you have the units plugged into an AC source.
Battery-operated POCs from Invacare, Inogen, Respironics, Oxus, and Devilbiss provide users mobility to travel without having to lug oxygen cylinders along the way. The Inogen One weighs in at near 10 pounds and is about 12 inches high (with handle) and 6 inches wide. Respironics' EverGo machine weighs 10 pounds and stands approximately 8 inches high and 6 inches wide. These POCs are relatively small and lightweight, and allow users to travel without the worry of running out of oxygen as long as an electrical outlet is near, the units can be recharged.
Portable Oxygen Capacity Comparison:
For more information and an explanation of what Pulsedose is and how it works see
Pulsedose Oxygen Delivery Systems.
- Oxus Reliability Plus, 850 ml Pulse dose
- SOLO2 (Invacare) 3 Liter Continuous-Flow or pulse dose
- iGo (Devilbiss) 3 Liter Continuous-Flow or pulse dose
- EverGo (Respironics Inc) 1050 ml Pulse-Dose only
- SimplyGo (Respironics Inc) 2 Liter Continuous-Flow or pulse dose
- Inogen One G2 (Inogen, Inc.) 750 ml Pulse-Dose only
- XPO2 (Invacare) 900ml Pulse-Dose only
Prescription Requirements for Purchase of Oxygen Concentrators.
Portable Oxygen ConcentratorsPOCs offer active patients several advantages. When attached to a cart, the system resembles a small piece of roll-on luggage, when carried by it's tote strap the units resemble a camcorder case, and batteries give patients between 3 and 8 hours of use. The units have been approved for use on airplanes, and patients can even plug them into a car's accessory plug when driving. For many oxygen patients, the appeal of the portable concentrator is not having to worry about running out of oxygen while they are away from home.
Flying with O2
Information on taking your POC on an Airline.
Consult with the Airline to make sure you can travel with your POC.
Portable Oxygen Concentrators approved by the FAA for in-flight use:
Here are some tips to make your travel as smooth as possible:
- Invacare XPO2 Portable Oxygen Concentrator
- Invacare SOLO2 Portable Oxygen Concentrator
- SeQual Eclipse Portable Oxygen Concentrator
- Inogen One Portable Oxygen Concentrator
- Respironics EverGo Portable Oxygen Concentrator
- Respironics SimplyGo Portable Oxygen Concentrator
- Devilbiss iGO Portable Oxygen Concentrator
You should have a statement from your doctor stating:
Not all airlines allow permit Portable Oxygen Concentrators onboard during flight. Check with your Airlines when booking your flight. Most airlines require that you contact them at least 48 hours before your flight departs to inform them you will be traveling with a POC. The FAA requires you to carry a physician's Rx for the oxygen concentrator when traveling. Also, some airlines have a printable statement that should be signed by your physician stating that you understand the equipment functionality and can respond to any alarms given off by your equipment.
- Your name and date of birth.
- Your need for oxygen during all stages of the flight.
- Your understanding of the alarms, cautions and warning of the equipment.
Here are some current airlines that allow POC's on aircraft:
- American Airlines
- America West
- Alaskan Airlines
- Air France
- Allegiant Airlines
- ATA Airlines
- Continental Airlines
- Delta Airlines
- Frontier Airlines
- Hawaiian Airlines
- Midwest Airlines
- Northwest Airlines
- SAS Airlines
- South West Airlines
- Sun Country
- USA 3000
- US Airways
- West Jet Airlines
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