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Frequently Asked Questions About Battery Packs For Portable Oxygen Concentrators

Where can I find a Portable Oxygen Concentrator Battery?

The Oxygen Concentrator Supplies Shop proudly offers a wide variety of battery backup power supplies for your oxygen therapy needs. Some respiratory conditions may require treatment with supplemental oxygen in the form of an oxygen concentrator. These devices draw in room air to deliver a concentrated supply of oxygen to the patient’s airway.

Whether you travel frequently or experience an unplanned power outage, having a battery backup for your oxygen concentrator is important.

These lithium-ion batteries provide additional life for your therapy device, allowing for uninterrupted oxygen delivery. Recharge your oxygen concentrator battery even while you continue to use your device (oxygen delivery may be affected in some models). In most instances, a power outage potentially means hours without respiratory therapy. With a backup battery, most of our concentrators can easily switch from AC to battery power and back, allowing you to continue to receive oxygen until power is restored.

How Do I Charge Multiple Portable Oxygen Concentrator Batteries?

We also offer desktop charging stations for select oxygen concentrator batteries.

The batteries offered by The Oxygen Concentrator Supplies Shop are FAA-approved to use in-flight during commercial flights.

In addition to battery power for your oxygen concentrator, we also stock batteries for various nebulizer devices. Nebulizers help patients receive medication for their respiratory illness by sending a fine mist into the lungs. While not all nebulizers require batteries, some portable devices do.

Batteries are one of the most critical aspects of your portable oxygen concentrator. They are designed to match each model exactly, so any replacement batteries must be purchased accordingly. At maximum charge, your battery can last long enough for you to explore, ride, and go shopping without needing to plugin. This is literally what makes your oxygen concentrator your compact passport to independence. When purchasing a portable oxygen concentrator, it's important to compare the battery life of each model as well as the costs.

AC power supplies are used to connect to standard power outlets, while DC power supplies are used in cars, RVs, and boats to power the device. Most devices have internal batteries that can be replaced with a fully charged one.

It is important to purchase an additional or new battery for your concentrator. It's still a smart idea to have an extra, fully charged battery with you on trips. You never know whether you'll be stranded, have to queue for transportation, or have a power outage.

How Long Does A Portable Oxygen Concentrator Battery Last?

The concentrator only uses one battery at a time and most concentrators offer a standard and extended configuration. Battery life will depend on your concentrator’s current flow setting; for more accurate battery information, check your device’s user manual.

How long does it take to recharge the batteries?

Recharge time is dependent on how depleted the battery is. A completely exhausted battery will take longer to recharge. It will also take longer to recharge if the device is still in use while the battery is charging.

How To Choose A Portable Oxygen Concentrator Battery

Examine how long a battery will work to determine if this is the appropriate period of time for you, based on your needs. Choose a variant with longer battery life if you choose to go on long trips between charges. Keep in mind that a longer-lasting battery will almost always cost more, so it'll be worth it if you use it.

If you're going out of the country, make sure you have an adapter that will work with the outlets in the country you'll be visiting. Long road trips necessitate the use of a car outlet converter, which is a smart idea to have on hand.