The new SimplyGo Mini portable oxygen concentrator (POC) has the ability to satisfy patients’ clinical and ambulatory lifestyle needs, whilst providing the ruggedness and reliability for all medical requirements.
Featuring a colored and touch-screen responsive control panel, the SimplyGo Mini is both easy and enjoyable to operate. Offering pulse flow settings of 1-5, the SimplyGo Mini is a feature packed POC with a minimal learning curve. Learn how this lightweight POC will improve your oxygen therapy treatment. At less than half the size and weight of any other Philips Respironics portable concentrator, the Simply Go Mini is the smallest and lightest ever developed.
Weighing in at just 5 lbs with the standard battery and 6lbs with the extended battery.
Providing two battery options. The standard battery, which provides typical duration of up to 4.5 hours; or the extended battery, with a duration of up to 9 hours, this brilliantly designed unit can offer longer periods away from any mains source.
The intuitive user interface is a LCD touch screen that is easy to use and read. A stylish case is comfortable for all patients to carry by hand or even over the shoulder.
For those patients who prefer a hands-free way to carry their POC, an optional backpack can be purchased, which is specifically designed for SimplyGo Mini only.
· 1 x Philips Simply Go Mini device
· 1 x Rechargeable Lithium Ion battery
· 1 x Carrying case
· 1 x DC Power cord
1 x AC power cord
· 1 x User manual
·· 1 x Cannula and Tubing
Audible alarms include:
No Breath – An alarm will sound if the SimplyGo Mini does not detect a breath, signaling you to insert your cannula and breathe normally. The alarm will silent when the device recognizes a breath.
Low Oxygen Concentration – This occurs when the SimplyGo Mini is delivering oxygen at a lower concentration than what is specified. Which is at least 87% on all flow settings.
High Breath Rate – This alarm indicates that your breath rate is exceeding the capacity of the SimplyGo Mini.
Technical Fault – Two problems can cause this alarm to sound a) the battery runs out or b) the SimplyGo Mini is experiencing a general malfunction that is causing the machine to no longer operate properly.
Low Battery – You will hear this alarm when there is approximately 17 minutes of battery life remaining. Telling you to either plug in the AC/DC power supply or swap out for a new fully charged battery.
No Flow – An alarm will alert you when the SimplyGo Mini detects there is zero oxygen flowing in through your cannula.
Depleted Battery – When there is approximetly 2 minutes of battery life remaining the depleted battery alarm will sound. When you hear this you should immediately plug in the AC/DC power supply or exchange for a new battery.
External Power Failure – When using the AC/DC power supply to power or charge your SimplyGo Mini and the machine doesn’t receive any power, the external power failure alarm will sound.
Size with standard battery 9.4 in. x 8.3 in. x 3.6 in(23.9 cm x 21.1 cm x 9.1 cm)
Size with extended battery 10.2 in x 8.3 in x 3.6 in (25.9 cm x 21.1 cm x 9.1 cm)
Weight 5 lbs (2.3 kg): with standard battery installed
Weight 6 lbs (2.7 kg) with extended battery installed
8-Cell Battery – Up to 4 Hours
16-Cell Battery – Up to 8 Hours
Sound level 43 DBA typical at settings 2 and 20 BPM 46 DBA typical at settings 5 and 20 BPM
Oxygen At least 87% at all settings concentrations* (maximum of 96%)
*Based on atmospheric pressure of 14.7 psia (101 kPa) at 70°F (21°C)
Outlet pressure 20 psig
Flow settings and pulse volumes
Setting Nominal Maximum
pulse volume minute volume at 20 BPM output
1 11 ml 220 ml/min
2 22 ml 440 ml/min
3 33 ml 660 ml/min
4 44 ml 880 ml/min
5 50 ml 1,000 ml/min
+/- 25% or 6 ml, whichever is greater (average of 20 consecutive pulses) over the rated environmental range
Sound level 43 DBA typical at settings 2 and 20 BPM 4 6 DBA typical at settings 5 and 20 BPM