Nidek Mark 5 Nuvo Lite Oxygen Concentrator
Out of stock
- Continuous flow, up to 5 LPM
- Simple, intuitive user interface
- Easily moves from room to room
- Patented RPSA Technology
- Get expert support
Nidek Mark 5 Nuvo Lite Home Oxygen Concentrator Overview
The Nidek Mark 5 Nuvo Lite Home Oxygen Concentrator is a small at-home concentrator device. It is simple to move from room to room because of its solid handle, lockable castors, and durable exterior and components. Because it is a continuous-flow oxygen concentrator, the Nidek Nuvo Lite continuously provides the patient with oxygen. It takes less than three minutes for this at-home oxygen generator to purify oxygen. It will produce up to five liters of oxygen per minute. It is a dependable option for individuals who need more oxygen because of its compact design and quiet operation.
Like all oxygen concentrators, the Nidek Mark 5 Nuvo Lite requires a prescription from a licensed physician. Prior to purchasing, consult your doctor to see if supplemental oxygen is right for you.
Nidek Nuvo Lite Oxygen Concentrator - Features
The Nidek Mark 5 features 12 unique oxygen delivery systems, ranging from 0.125 LPM to a maximum output of 5 LPM. No matter the individual needs, this oxygen concentrator delivers. To change the amount of oxygen delivered, users can simply turn the flow control valve on the intuitive control panel of the device. A humidifier bottle can be attached to the unit for users who experience dry nasal passages or who live in drier climates.
LED indicator lights on the display panel indicate the oxygen concentrator’s operational status: a green LED indicates the device is ready for use, while a red light indicates a system fault. The operating volume of the Nuvo Lite is around 40 dBA, roughly the volume of a library. As the Nuvo Lite is a home oxygen concentrator, it does not need to be connected to a battery for external power. It averages approximately 330W in power consumption.
Nuvo Lite Mark 5-Liter Oxygen Concentrator - Safety Features
- Every time the device is turned on, it generates a vibration alert sound to signal power quality (a persisting alarm indicates a problem).
- A green LED light shows that power has been supplied and that oxygen-enriched air is about to be delivered.
- If there is a power outage, the machine will alert the user with an audible and visual alarm.
- If there is a problem producing oxygen, an audible and visible alert sounds(blinking red light and sound).
- If the alarm beeps loudly for five seconds, this indicates that the batteries are in excellent condition.
- To test the power failure warning system, simply turning the system on and off while unplugged, the user may test the power failure warning.
- If the oxygen flow is obstructed, it sounds like an alert.
- If the temperature becomes too high, then the compressor will turn off automatically.
How To Setup Or Install The Nuvo Mark 5 Oxygen Concentrator
- The switch must be in the O (OFF) position.
- Connect the cannula directly to the oxygen concentrator outlet if you don't want to use a humidifier bottle. Put the cannula over the oxygen outlet and slip it in place.
- If necessary, install a humidifier bottle by following the manufacturer's instructions. Unscrew the bottle's cap and fill it with water. Re-secure the bottle's cap, then connect it to the oxygen concentrator. Use the attached straps to hold the bottle in place on the concentrator. Use the DISS fitting to attach the transparent plastic tubing to the humidifier bottle that is included. Attach the tube's opposite end to the oxygen outlet. The Humidifier Lid outlet and the cannula should be connected.
- To prevent leaks, make sure that every component is connected properly. The oxygen product outlet connection and the DISS fitting on the bottle lid are both connected by a tube.
- Connect the power cord to an electrical outlet.
- Turn on the power by pressing the power switch on. A green light indicates that power is available.
- The flow adjustment knob should already be set to the recommended setting and locked in the position that was recommended by a doctor. It can only be changed by the technician or medical staff.
- You can test whether oxygen is flowing by placing the nasal canola close to the surface of a glass of water. Oxygen flow should cause the water's surface to move.
- When the treatment is over, push the I/O Switch to turn it to the O (OFF) position.
- Once the machine is turned off, the oxygen-enriched air will continue to flow for about a minute.
Oxygen concentrators can only be returned within 7 days of the original ship date and with less than 10 hours of use. A 15% return processing fee will be taken from the original payment before a credit is issued. All returns must be authorized by a Customer Service Representative and require a Return Merchandise Authorization (RMA) form.
For more information, read our return policy.
Oxygen Output (max)
Oxygen Outlet Pressure
Oxygen Concentration (Percent)
87% - 96.55%
Operating Level Above Sea Level
115V 60 Hz
Connecting the Humidifier with Nidek Mark 5 Nuvo
Individuals who require humidification are able to attach a humidifier bottle to the back panel of the Nidek Mark 5. After filling the bottle to the max fill line, screw the lid on securely and attach to the unit using the provided straps. Attach the tubing from the lid of the humidifier to the oxygen output valve on the concentrator. As a final step, connect your oxygen tubing to the output valve on the humidifier and ensure you can feel the flow of oxygen from your nasal cannula. Reference the user manual for assistance if necessary.
How Does the Nuvo Mark 5 Nuvo Nidek Mark 5 Stationary O2 Concentrator Work?
The air that enters the Mark 5 Nuvo Lite Oxygen Concentrator is filtered by an external cabinet air filter and then passes through the suction tube and fine filter. The suction sound of the compressor is silenced by the suction tube. The pressurized air coming from the compressor goes to a pair of 3-way solenoid valves through a heat exchanger. The purpose of the heat exchanger is to reduce the temperature of the compressed air. The nitrogen is then extracted from the air so that the device can deliver only the high purity oxygen by passing the air through the sieve beds that contain molecular sieve.
Starting Up/Installation of Nidek Mark 5 Nuvo Lite Oxygen Concentrator
- Use oxygen treatment that is delivered indirectly. Check to see whether the switch is turned off.
- For usage in the absence of a humidifier The cannula is connected directly to the concentrator oxygen product output through the bottle. Simply place the cannula over the oxygen outlet and slide it in place.
- Remove the lid from the humidifier bottle and fill it with water according to the manufacturer's instructions. Connect the oxygen concentrator to the bottle and reattach the cover. Attach the bottle to the concentrator using the connection straps as directed.
- To avoid leaks, double-check that all of the pieces are properly linked.
- Connect the power cord to a power outlet that has the proper voltage and frequency as specified on the manufacturer's technical label.
- Turn the power switch (I/O) to ON (I). The green indicator light illuminates, signaling the presence of electricity.
- Note: Within five minutes of turning on the device, the requisite oxygen concentration is usually achieved.
- Set the flow control knob to the desired setting. It's possible that this knob has previously been locked in the medically recommended position. In this scenario, resist the urge to force it. It can only be released by the technician or medical staff.
Care & Maintenance of Nidek Mark 5 Oxygen Concentrator
Per the manufacturer’s guidelines, the Nidek Mark 5 Nuvo Lite should be cleaned and cared for on a regular basis. Thanks to the simple design of the oxygen concentrator, care is limited. Before cleaning, make sure the device is powered off and/or unplugged. Wipe down the exterior of the unit with a dry cloth, a damp sponge, or alcohol wipes. Make sure the concentrator is completely dry before re-connecting to a power source.
The Nidek Mark 5 has a removable filter that must be cleaned weekly. Simply remove from the rear of the device, wash with warm water and a mild liquid detergent. Let the filter completely dry before reinstalling. Clean or replace oxygen tubing and nasal cannulas as needed. For best performance with this oxygen concentrator, do not use tubing longer than 60 feet. For customers using a humidifier bottle, rinse and disinfect the bottle daily to avoid the build-up of any germs.
Cleaning the Oxygen Concentrator
Wipe down the device with a damp cloth to clean the exterior case of Nuvo Mark 5 Oxygen Concentrator. Make sure that you have completely gone through and understood the manufacturer's user manual before cleaning it with a medical disinfectant. The used nasal cannula and humidifier bottle must be disposed of while removing this device from a patient's home. Properly
This stationary oxygen concentrator is designed in such a way that the user can access and replace the serviceable components with ease. Check the manufacturer’s user manual to get full knowledge of the serviceable parts and how to replace them.
Cabinet Filter Cleaning
The cabinet for the air filter is located at the back of the oxygen concentrator. Take out the dirty filter from the cabinet.
Use a regular household detergent with warm water to wash the dirty filter.
Remove the excess water with a soft towel and let it dry.
Carefully insert the filter back into the cabinet after it is completely dry.
Safety & Troubleshooting
The Nidek oxygen concentrator has two built-in alarms, one for power and one for operational failure. To troubleshoot the device alarm, reference the troubleshooting section in the user manual. If the problem persists, contact our customer care team for assistance. The Nuvo Lite also comes with a built-in circuit breaker.
Nuvo Mark 5 Oxygen Concentrator Specification
The full list of Nidek Mark 5 Nuvo Lite Home Oxygen Concentrator’s specifications can be found in the Updated User's Guide, which provides operating instructions and maintenance information.
- Two models: 520 and 525
- Average power consumption: 330 watts
- Oxygen concentration (at 5 LPM): 90% (+6.5% / -3%)
- Liter flow: 0.125 to 5 LPM
- Sound level: 40 dBA typical
- Outlet pressure: 7.0 PSI
- Weight: 32 lbs
- Dimensions: 14”W x 9”D x 23”H
- Temperature storage ranges (intended for use): -4°F to 140°F (-20°C to 760C), up to 95% relative humidity
- Humidification: compatible with standard humidification bottles
- Filters: cabinet intake filter and air intake filter
- Altitude: 0-7500 feet
- FAA-approved: No
- Warranty: 3 Years
Nidek Mark 5 Nuvo Lite Oxygen Concentrator Parts
- Salter Labs Oxygen Supply Tubing Clear$5.50 Regular Price:
Nuvo Mark 5 Oxygen Concentrator Specification
The full list of Nidek Mark 5 Nuvo Lite Home Oxygen Concentrator’s specifications can be found in the Nidek Mark 5 Concentrator Updated 2013 User's Guide, which provides operating instructions and maintenance information, Nuvo Lite Oxygen Concentrator Brochure provides features, benefits and specifications, Nuvo Lite Service Manual which provides detailed information on how to repair and service the Mark 5 Oxygen Concentrator, the Nuvo Lite Service Manual and Maintenance Instructions which offers information for cleaning and maintenance on the Mark 5 Concentrator, the Mark 5 Oxygen Concentrator Troubleshooting Guide which lists faults, possible causes and the corrective action to take, the Nuvo Lite Parts Lists which contains parts diagrams and part numbers for replacement parts and the Nuvo Lite Mark 5 Maintenance Log which is a chart to record maintenance intervals. In summary:
Two models: 520 and 525
Average Power Consumption: 330 Watts
- 115 Voltage
Oxygen Concentration (at 5 LPM): 90% (+6.5% / -3%)
Liter Flow: 0.125 to 5 LPM
Sound Level: 40 dBA typical
Outlet Pressure: 7.0 PSI
Weight: 32 lbs
Dimensions: 14”W x 9”D x 23”H
Temperature Storage Ranges, Intended for Use: -4°F to 140°F (-20°C to 760C), up to 95% relative humidity
Humidification: Compatible with Standard Humidification Bottles
Filters: Cabinet Intake Filter: Air Intake Filter
Altitude: 0 to 7500 feet
FAA Approved: No
Warranty: 3 Years
Product Filter Capacitor OCSI Models: Every 15,000 hours or 3 years. Std Models: Every 5,000 hours or 1 year. Wash...