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Philips Respironics SimplyGo Portable Oxygen Concentrator

Special Price $2,095.00 Regular Price $4,095.00
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  • Fast shipping
  • 2yr Warranty
  • FAA Approved
  • Rewards
  • Ten pounds

• Pulse Dose and Continuous Flow Settings
• Lightest Continuous Flow POC
• Durable, Impact-resistant design
• CPAP Compatible

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The Philips Respironics SimplyGo Portable Oxygen Concentrator

The Philips Respironics SimplyGo portable oxygen concentrator is a reliable and convenient addition to your oxygen therapy needs. At only 10 lbs, this compact device is the lightest POC that offers both continuous flow and pulse-dose delivery settings. In fact, the SimplyGo has twice as much oxygen output as other POCs that weigh 10 lbs or less! And the SimplyGo is FAA-approved for use during flights, cruise ships, and other forms of transportation

A notable feature of the SimplyGo is how the battery is accessible and can easily be changed by patients. In this design, Philips moves away from a hard-to-reach internal built-in battery and removes external battery belts or connectors that get in the way. View the battery duration chart here.

The SimplyGo can deliver between 0.5 and 2 liters per minute of oxygen on the continuous flow settings and accommodate 1-6 pulse dose settings.

The lightweight, user-friendly design is a great choice for users looking for an active lifestyle. Key features include a long-life compressor, high quality parts, oversized durable wheels, and an impact-resistant shell. The SimplyGo was tested in extreme conditions, including impacts, vibrations, and temperatures, to guarantee reliable performance.

The SimplyGo is not just durable, it’s also convenient. User-friendly accessories include a mobile cart, accessory bag, carrying case, and intuitive, easy-to-use screen.

Oxygen Delivery Modes:
The Philips SimplyGo portable oxygen concentrator offers three delivery modes.

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Continuous Flow Mode

In continuous flow mode, the POC delivers a constant flow of oxygen up to 2 liters per minute. A CPAP machine can be connected to the oxygen concentrator in continuous flow mode.


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In pulse mode, the POC detects when the user begins to take a breath and delivers a pulsed volume of oxygen on inhalation based on the settings. Oxygen does not flow upon exhalation. This allows less effort from the motor which extends the battery duration.


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Sleep mode is similar to pulse mode. The machine detects when the user begins to take a breath and delivers a pulsed volume of oxygen based on the setting number. However, sleep mode offers increased sensitivity and a softer pulse for added comfort. If no breath is detected for a period of time, the system automatically delivers a continuous flow of oxygen at the same rate as the last used continuous flow mode setting.


Cleaning

The Philips SimplyGo portable oxygen concentrator requires easy maintenance. There are no filters to clean. Simply wipe down the air intake vent with a damp cloth once a week.

 

faa It is FAA cleared for usage during flights, cruise ships and other forms of transportation.

In the Box

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Carrying Case and Accessory Case
Mobile Cart
One Rechargeable Lithium-ion Battery
5 Nasal Cannulas
DC and AC Power Cords
2-year Warranty & User Manual

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Specifications

Dimensions:

11.5" x 10" x 6"

Product Weight:

10 pounds with battery

Warranty:

Standard 2 Year   NOTE:  Warranty applies to concentrator.  Accessory and parts warranties may vary. Please review manufacturer's documentation for full details.

Alarms/Alerts:

Low oxygen purity; No breath; High breath rate; No flow; Low battery; Depleted battery; Wrong battery; System technical fault

Battery Charging Time:

Approximately 2 to 3 hours 

Battery Duration:

 

 battery chart

FAA Approved:

Yes; Always contact your airline prior to your flight to confirm any requirements they may have (i.e. copy of your prescription or letter of medical necessity) for allowing your device on board.

Flow Settings:

Pulse Setting: 1 to 6; Continuous  Flow:  0.5LPM, 1.0LPM, 1.5LPM, 2LPM

Manufacturer/Brand:

Phillips Respironics

Noise Level:

≤43dBA at Pulse 2 Setting

Operating Ranges, Intended for Use:

Temperature:  41°F to 104°F (5°C - 40°C)

Altitude:

Up to 10,000 feet

Oxygen Concentration:

87% to 96% at all settings

Storage Ranges, Intended for Storage:

Temperature:  -4°F to 140°F (-20°C - 60°C)

 In the box:

SimplyGo Portable Oxygen Concentrator, Carrying Case, Mobile Cart, One Rechargeable Lithium Ion Battery, DC & AC power cords, Accessory Bag and User Manual

 Condition/Type:

New


To run the device using DC power from an automobile or other motorized vehicle, make sure the battery is installed. Start the vehicle and connect one end of the DC Power Cord to the device’s power inlet and the other end into the vehicle’s DC electrical outlet. Because the amount of current available in the vehicle electrical system is limited, the current available to charge the SimplyGo battery will be determined by the operating mode of the device. At high settings the time required to charge the battery will be much longer and at the highest settings, it may not charge at all.

Size11.5" x 10" x 6"
Guide

Respironics SimplyGo User Manual User Manual

Respironics SimplyGo Complete Spec Sheet Complete Spec Sheet

Respironics SimplyGo Complete Spec Sheet Getting Started with your SimplyGo

Respironics SimplyGo Quick Start Guide Quick Start Guide

Warranty

This Oxygen Concentrator comes with a 2 Year Manufacturer Warranty. For complete warranty details please click here.

Manufacturer/BrandPhilips Respironics
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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

How much does the SimplyGo weigh?

The SimplyGo weighs 10 LBS. It comes with both a shoulder strap and a wheeled cart for transportation options. While this weighs more than other POCs, this is because it is capable of both continuous mode and pulse dose. With a wide range of setting ...

Can I connect the SimplyGo to a CPAP machine?

Yes you can if you need oxygen up to 2 liters per minute in continuous mode. The SimplyGo is capable of continuous mode up to 2 LPM. This is the only mode you can use to connect to a CPAP machine. This makes the SimplyGo an ideal machine for patients...

What purchase the SimplyGo?

The SimplyGo is very light for all that settings it is capable of. It provides continuous flows up to 2 LPM and pulse dose up to 6 all while weighing just 10 lbs. While in continuous mode, you can connect it to a CPAP machine if you require both types...

How does an oxygen concentrator work?

Whether you use a Home Concentrator or a Portable Oxygen Concentrator, they all use the same basic method. Concentrators take room air, filter out the oxygen from that air and deliver it to the patient as supplemental oxygen. As long as you have a properly...

Will my insurance cover my oxygen concentrator?

We do not accept insurance but can provide documents to submit to your insurance company for potential reimbursement. However, reimbursement is not guaranteed. Please call your insurance company to confirm your coverage. We are strictly out of pocket...

What are the advantages of a portable oxygen concentrator vs. tank delivery?

Tanks have a limited amount of oxygen and need to be refilled when empty. When you are away from home and the tank is running low, you may have a potential problem.Benefits to a Portable Oxygen Concentrator - With a POC, you have a battery, AC ...

Is a prescription required for an oxygen concentrator?

Supplemental Oxygen is a medicine which requires a prescription. We have a prescription form that can be completed by your physician and sent to us. You can send us your prescription several different ways:Your prescription can be e-mailed to ...

Should I get a home concentrator or a portable oxygen concentrator?

First, start with your prescription and understand the necessary requirements. Make sure that you compare machines capable of providing the oxygen demands that you have been prescribed. Once you have identified the machines capable of meeting your oxygen...

What is pulse dose and is it better than continuous flow?

Pulse Mode refers to receiving a bolus dose of O2 only when you inhale, and as you exhale you don’t receive anything since you obviously cannot breath in any O2 as you exhale. - Not all patients can tolerate Pulse Dose. Consult your doctor to see if...

Is my portable oxygen concentrator FAA approved?

All of the Portable Oxygen Concentrators we offer are cleared for travel by the FAA. You should contact your airline carrier for any special requirements before flying.Tips for Traveling with your Portable Oxygen ConcentratorMost airlines require...

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