Philips Respironics SimplyGo Rechargeable Lithium Ion Battery

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Battery Duration Pulse Dose Continuous Flow
(based on Oxygen Setting)



3.4 hrs
3.0 hrs
2.2 hrs
1.7 hrs
1.3 hrs
1.3 hrs

2.9 hrs
1.6 hrs
0.9 hrs

Max Charge Time 3 hrs
* (Note: Battery duration is based on Oxygen setting) 
** Charge times subject to change based on Oxygen setting and power source.

*Please note shipments of individual batteries to locations outside of the U.S. are restricted.

Genuine Philips Respironics replacement battery for the SimplyGo Concentrator. (Lithium Ion Rechargeable Battery, Smart Battery Technology)

The SimplyGo Battery is equipped with smart battery technology, utilizing electronics to communicate with the SimplyGo, in order to monitor and control all aspects of it's operation. The sophisticated electronics maximizes energy density and cycle life ensuring all cells in the battery pack perform at optimal levels. The smart aspects of the battery provide highly accurate and precise battery level gauging, and communicates critical data on the state and health of the battery.

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    Philips Respironics SimplyGo Rechargeable Lithium Ion Battery - Customer Questions
    Can I use the SimplyGo portable oxygen concentrator while it’s plugged into the AC power supply?
    Yes, you can. The SimplyGo can be used while plugged into the wall outlet. It will simultaneously charge the battery as well.
    Should I remove the battery if I want to run the SimplyGo using the AC power supply only?
    You should never run the SimplyGo without the battery installed.
    Should I unplug the AC power cord if the Philips Respironics SimplyGo battery is fully charged?
    It is recommended that you disconnect the SimplyGo from the wall outlet once the battery is fully charged unless you are using the SimplyGo.
    Do I need to have the battery installed if I am using the SimplyGo car power cord?
    Yes. The battery should be installed if you are using your SimplyGo with the DC cord. Depending on the setting your SimplyGo is set to, the battery may charge simultaneously while it is connected to your vehicle.
    How long do I charge the SimplyGo battery?
    The battery for the SimplyGo can be charged while it is installed inside the unit and the unit being connected using the AC wall power cord. While using the AC power cord, you can charge the battery and use the concentrator simultaneously. You can also connect the DC cord to your vehicle. The battery may charge...
    Can you take extra batteries for your portable oxygen concentrator when you fly?
    FAA guidelines state that you can bring your portable oxygen concentrator on board with you during flight. Typically, you are required enough battery life for your concentrator to last 1.5 times the duration of the flight. That means that if you need extra batteries to meet that requirement, you can bring ...
    How To Install The Simplygo Rechargeable Lithium-Ion Battery?
    1. Place your device in a well-ventilated location and make sure it is turned off. Caution: Only remove the battery when the SimplyGo is turned off. Never remove the battery while the device is operating. 2. To remove the battery, insert your fingers into the opening in the battery handle. Steadily pull upward on the handle until the battery is released from the enclosure. ...
    How long will my portable oxygen concentrator battery last?
    Battery duration depends on the specific POC you have. The concentrator setting also dictates the duration of your battery (Pulse Dose vs. Continuous Mode). - Continuous Mode requires more power thus, depletes batteries more quickly than Pulse Dose
    - The higher the oxygen setting prescribed, the quicker the battery will deplete.
    - Many Portable Concentrators have battery upgrades which are...
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