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Devilbiss 5 Liter COMPACT Oxygen Concentrator With O2 Sensing Device

Devilbiss has introduced their new oxygen concentrator model 525DS to its impressive line of oxygen concentrators over the last several years. This Devilbiss 5 Liter Concentrator is 34% smaller than traditional 5 liter oxygen concentrators and features a new attractive more eye appealing design that is far less obtrusive in a patients home. The new 525DS Devilbiss Concentrator provides unmatched performance, patient safety and ease of use. The Devilbiss 525DS has a new energy efficient design that reduces power consumption by 15% or more compared with competitive concentrators which saves the patients an average of $100 in electricity costs annually.

Performance and Design Features of the Devilbiss Oxygen Concentrator:

  • Exclusive DeVilbiss OSD (Oxygen Sensing Device) standard on every unit increases accuracy and reliability for longer service intervals
  • Noticeably quiet operation
  • Readily accessible patient controls and protected cannula fitting
  • Two-year dealer service interval*
  • Recessed humidifier nook prevents damage
  • Easy to assemble/disassemble two-piece cabinet for ease of maintenance
  • Lockable flow meter
  • Convenient top and side handles for easy transport
  • Accommodates up to a 50-foot cannula (15.3 meters)
  • Interfaces with DeVilbiss SmartTrack Concentrator Management System which:
    • Performs in-depth concentrator check in 2/3 time<
    • Input patient data and downloads critical equipment information
  • Robust design for improved durability
    • Unit tested in high temperature and high humidity for extended periods of time
    • Proprietary sieve mixture, fill process, and assembly
  • Intake _lter features a translucent back to allow technician to quickly determine if the filter is dirty
  • Proven rotary valve design

Devibliss 525DS Safety Features:

  • Capacitor-powered alarms do not require a battery reducing service and maintenance. Alarms indicate:
    • Power failure
    • High/low pressure
    • Low oxygen
    • Service required light
  • Pressure-compensated flow meter to ensure accurate low display
  • Pressure-relief valve and thermal protection on the compressor
  • Flame-retardant cabinet
  • Double insulated unit; two-prong plug

525DS Technical Specifications:

Delivery Rate : (Lower delivery rates 1 to 5 LPM available for low flow applications)
Maximum Recommended Flow: (@ nominal outlet pressures of zero and 7 kPa) 5 LPM
Outlet Pressure : 8.5 psig (58.6 kPa)
Electrical Rating: V, 60 Hz, 3.3 Amp
Operating Voltage Range : 97-127 V~, 60 Hz
Oxygen Percentage : 1-5 LPM=93%3%
Operating Altitude: tested at 21C only) Across the voltage range: 0-1500 M (0-4921 ft) No degradation of performance 1500-4000 M (4921-13123 ft) Tested at nominal voltage only: No degradation in performance.
Operating Environment Range* : No degradation in performance across 5C to 40C, humidity range the operating voltage range of 10% to 95%
Power Consumption : 310 Watts Average 275 Watts @ 2.5 LPM & below
Weight : 36 lbs. (16.3 Kilograms)
Sound Level : (ISO 8359:1996 from front) 48 dbA overall average
Dimensions: 24.5"H x 13.5"W x 12"D (62.2 x 34.2 x 30.4 cm)
Pressure Relief Valve: 40 psig5psig (276 kPa34.5 kPa)
Operating System : Time Cycle / Pressure Swing
The visible low oxygenindicator : 84% 2%
will activate at the following level : (The audible alarm will alert at approximately 75%. At less than 60%, the red service requiredlight will activate.)
Storage Conditions : -40C to 70C, humidity range of 10% to 100%, including condensation
Equipment Class and Type : Class II Equipment Double Insulated; Type B Applied Part
Approval Body : CSA
Safety Standard : CAN/CSA-C22.2 No. 601.1-M90
EMC Compliance To: EN60601-1-2

Devilbiss Oxygen concentrators are the most reliable, efficient, and convenient source of supplemental oxygen available today. The devilbiss oxygen concentrator is electrically operated. The unit separates oxygen from room air which allows high-purity supplemental oxygen to be delivered to you through the oxygen outlet. Although the devilbiss concentrator filters the oxygen in a room, it will not affect the normal amount of oxygen in your room.

Setting Up Your Devilbiss Oxygen Concentrator

  1. . Position your unit near an electrical outlet in the room where you spend most of your time. Keep the oxygen concentrator at least 5 feet (1.6 m) from hot, sparking objects or naked sources of flame. NOTEDo not connect to an electrical outlet controlled by a wall switch. No other appliances should be plugged into the wall outlet.
  2. Position your unit at least 6 inches (16 cm) from walls, draperies, or any other objects that might prevent the proper flow of air in and out of your oxygen concentrator. The oxygen concentrator should be located so as to avoid pollutants or fumes.

Before Operat ing Your Devilbiss Oxygen Concentrator

  1. Before operating your unit, always check to be sure the air filter (located on the back of your unit) is clean. Proper cleaning of this filter is discussed in the Caring For Your Concentrator section on page 7.
  2. Attach the appropriate oxygen accessories to the oxygen outlet.

    Oxygen Tubing Connection:

    1. Thread the oxygen outlet connector onto the oxygen outlet.
    2. Attach the oxygen tubing directly to the connector (Figure 3).

      Oxygen Tubing Connection With Humidification:

      If your physician has prescribed an oxygen humidifier as part of your therapy, follow these steps:

    1. Fill the humidifier bottle with distilled water. Do not overfill. (If using a prefill, go to letter b.)
    2. Thread the wing nut located on the top of the humidifier bottle to the oxygen outlet so that it is suspended (Figure 4). Make sure it is securely tightened.
    3. Attach the oxygen tubing directly to the humidifier bottle outlet fitting (Figure 5).
  3. Your physician has prescribed either a nasal cannula or face mask. In most cases, they are already attached to the oxygen tubing. If not, follow the manufacturers instructions for attachment
  4. Remove the power cord completely from the line cord strap. Make sure the power switch is in the Offposition, and insert the plug into the wall outlet. The unit is double insulated to guard against electric shock.

How to Operate Your DeVilbiss Oxygen Concentrator:

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 at least 5 feet (1.6 m) from hot, sparking objects or naked sources of flame.

  1. Press the power switch to the Onposition. When the unit is turned On,all four lights (Power, Service Required, Low Oxygen, and Normal Oxygen) on the front panel will illuminate briefly and audible signal will briefly alarm. After a few seconds, only the Power and Normal Oxygen lights will remain lit.
  2. Check the flow meter to make sure that the flow meter ball is centered on the line next to the prescribed number of your flow rate.
    CAUTIONIt is very important to follow your oxygen prescription. Do not increase or decrease the flow of oxygen consult your physician.
    NOTEYour DeVilbiss provider may have preset the flow meter so that it can not be adjusted.
    NOTEIf the flow meter knob is turned clockwise, the flow decreases (and eventually will shut off the oxygen flow). If the knob is turned counterclockwise, the flow increases.
    NOTEFor prescriptions of 5 LPM, be sure the ball is centered on the 5 liter line; the ball should not touch the red line. Setting the flow higher than 5 may cause the oxygen purity level to drop.
    NOTEThe low-flow alarm will activate if the flow meter ball is set below .3 lpm. The unit will continue to run; however, the Service Required light will come on accompanied by an audible alarm. Adjust the flow meter to your prescribed flow.
  3. Your DeVilbiss concentrator is now ready for use, properly position the cannula or mask (Figure 6). Allow 20 minutes for oxygen concentrator to reach stated performance