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Focus

by AirSep

Category: Portable Oxygen Concentrators

With Focus™, oxygen patients can be more mobile without having to carry burdensome extra system weight. The pulse flow setting of 2 gives O2 patients the ability to ambulate like never before.
The FAA-approved Focus makes its own oxygen on demand and provides the solution to the most common issue of finding an oxygen system that a patient can carry – and even makes them feel good about carrying it.
The Focus unit’s micro-batteries provide advanced duration times in a very small package that easily attaches at one’s hip, on a belt, or even to the unit’s shoulder strap itself.
Each battery features an LED keypad display in 25 percent increments, which enables patients to have a visual indicator of the state of battery charge. Patients can simply switch batteries or recharge to get moving again.
The unit can be used, and batteries charged, with its universal power supply that connects to AC/DC power. The optional AirBelt™ (battery belt pack) extends a patient’s stay away from other power sources even longer.
These multiple power options allow patients to use the POC at home or on the go!

FEATURES
World’s lightest POC — 1.75 lb (0.8 kg)
Most wearable POC
FAA-approved for on-board, in-flight use
Operate on rechargeable battery or AC/DC power supply
Optional AirBelt

Manufacturer Note: Rx Required

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Product Specifications

  • Setting: 2L Pulse
  • Oxygen Concentration: 90% oxygen +5.5/-3%
  • Dimensions: 6.4 in x 4.8 in x 2.5 in
  • Dimensions: 16.4 cm x 12.2 cm x 6.1 cm
  • Weight: 1.75 lb (0.8 kg)
  • Universal Power Supply: 100-240 VAC, 50/60 Hz, 11-16 VDC; Rechargeable, lithium battery
  • Battery Duration: 3 hours - 1.5 hours per battery (2 included)
  • Recharge Time: 4 hours
  • AirBelt Duration: An additional 4 hours; 7 hours total with 2 batteries
  • Battery Cycle Life: Approx. 300 cycles, then 80% capacity or below
  • Warm Up Time: 2 minutes
  • Alarms Indicators: Start up, Pulse flow, Cannula disconnect, Breath rate,
  • Alarm Indicators: Low battery, Battery charge state, General Malfunction
  • Temperature Range: Operational Temperature: 41' F to 104'F (5'C to 40'C)
  • Temperature Range: Operating unit outside of this range can affect performance.
  • Storage Temperature Range: -4'F to 140'F (-20'C to 60'C)
  • Altitude: Up to 10,000 ft (3,048 m) Higher altitudes may affect performance

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