OC (Oxygen Concentrator)

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Oxygen Concentrator

An OC (oxygen concentrator) is a medical device that gives you extra oxygen. Your doctor may prescribe one for you if you have a health condition that causes your oxygen level to drop too low.

It can help some people who have trouble breathing due to conditions like:

You need to get your doctor’s OK before you buy or use an oxygen concentrator. Using one without their guidance or a prescription can be dangerous. If the doctor thinks a concentrator might be right for you, they’ll let you know how much oxygen to take and how long to use the device.

How Does It Work?

An oxygen concentrator isn’t the same thing as an oxygen tank, which delivers liquid or gas oxygen. Instead, the concentrator is a machine that pulls in the air around you and filters out the nitrogen. A thin tube runs from the device to your face, giving you pure oxygen through two open prongs below your nostrils. Some people use a facemask to get a higher concentration and flow of oxygen.

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Home OC (Oxygen Concentrator) Standard Features

Many OC (Oxygen Concentrator) are available in market of different make and specifications. It varies from 3 LPM to 10 LPM, even more. There are small self carriable units weighing less than 2 kg, which patient can move with. There are bigger units available for hospital use, which are capable of supplying oxygen to multiple patients at a time.

Standard Features
  • Compact oxygen concentrator
  • Lightweight at 30 pounds
  • Quite operation at only 40 dBA
  • Power efficient at 290 Watts
  • Optional oxygen sensor
  • Optional nebulizer air outlet, providing 5 LPM at 12 psig
Standard Specifications
  • Flow Rate: 1 – 5 lpm
  • O2 Concentration: 90% + 5.5% / – 3%
  • Based on an atmospheric pressure of 14.7 psia (101 kPa) at 70°F (21°C)
  • Electrical Requirements: 115 VAC / 60 Hz
  • Power Consumption of Standard Oxygen Concentrator: 350 Watts
  • Dimensions: 14.1 in. W x 11.5 in. D x 20.8 in. H (35.8 cm W x 29.2 cm D x 52.8 cm H)
  • Weight: 30 lbs (13.6 kg)
  • Alarms: Power Failure, Low-Pressure, High-Pressure, High-Temperature, Low Oxygen Concentration (with optional Oxygen Monitor)
  • Electrical Shock Protection: Class II, Type B
  • Operating Temperature Range: 41 to 105 o F (5 to 40 o C)
  • Storage Temperature Range: -4 to 140 o F (-20 to 60 o C)
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