Philips Respironics SimplyGo Portable Oxygen Concentrator
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- RX Required
- Pulse dose and continuous flow settings
- Lightest continuous flow POC
- Durable, impact-resistant design
- CPAP compatible
- Fast battery charging time
Philips Respironics SimplyGo Portable Oxygen Concentrator Overview
The Philips Respironics SimplyGo portable oxygen concentrator is a reliable and convenient addition to your oxygen therapy needs. Built to be both sleek and durable, this compact device is the lightest POC that offers both continuous flow and pulse dose oxygen delivery. Weighing 10 lbs, the Respironics SimplyGo portable oxygen concentrator has double the oxygen output as other portable concentrators in the same weight class! The Respironics SimplyGo portable oxygen concentrator is FAA-approved for use during flights, making it easy to take your oxygen therapy with you wherever you go.
Just like other oxygen concentrators, the Respironics SimplyGo portable oxygen concentrator provides supplemental oxygen to users by filtering the room air around them. This oxygen is then provided to the individual via tubing and a nasal cannula or face mask.
Philips Respironics SimplyGo Portable Oxygen Concentrator Features:
- Both continuous and pulse dose flow settings
- Long-lasting battery (maximum 3.5 hours)
- High-impact resistant casing
- Backlit, high-quality LCD with easy navigation
- FAA-approved for in-flight use
- Easily portable with a mobile cart
- Helpful accessories available for practical use
- 2-year manufacturer’s warranty
- A strong body to withstand the test of time
- Backlit high-quality LCD for easy navigation
- Helpful accessories available for practical use
- An All-In-One oxygen solution for 24/7 use
- Consistently delivers Pulse dose settings 1-6 and Continuous flow up to 2lpm
Philips SimplyGo - Oxygen Delivery Mode
The Philips SimplyGo portable oxygen concentrator offers three delivery modes
Continuous Flow Mode
In continuous flow mode, the POC delivers a constant flow of oxygen up to 2 liters per minute. Some patients may also have sleep apnea and require CPAP therapy in addition to supplemental oxygen. For those patients, a CPAP machine can be connected and used with the SimplyGo while in continuous flow mode.
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 requires less effort from the motor, which extends the battery duration. The system automatically delivers the pulsed volume of oxygen at 12 breaths per minute if the Respironics SimplyGo portable oxygen concentrator doesn’t detect any breath for a period of time. Similarly, if the device is unable to detect any breath for 2 minutes then it signals an alarm. The oxygen concentrator will wait for 30 minutes for a breath before automatically shutting down.
In this mode, the Respironics SimplyGo portable oxygen concentrator delivers the pulse volume of prescribed oxygen only after a breach is detected. The device delivers a softer pulse and provides increased sensitivity so that the patient doesn’t feel overwhelmed and can comfortably undergo therapy. The device switches back to previously used continuous flow mode settings if it doesn’t detect breath and automatically starts delivering a continuous flow of oxygen.
Philips Respironics SimplyGo Portable Oxygen Concentrator - In the Box
- SimplyGo Portable Oxygen Concentrator
- 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
What is the Battery Power of a Respironics SimplyGo Portable Oxygen Concentrator?
A notable feature of SimplyGo is how accessible the battery is, making it easy for patients to change. No more internal batteries built into the device, and no more battery belts or connectors.
As seen in the chart, the Philips Respironics SimplyGo delivers between 1 to 3.4 hours of battery life, depending on your oxygen settings. Whether you are going on a road trip or a quick trip to the grocery store, SimplyGo will help you get there.
In addition to the battery, the Respironics SimplyGo portable oxygen concentrator comes with an AC power supply and a DC power cord. Both will charge the battery while the device is plugged in, but charging time will vary depending on the concentrator’s settings. While using DC power, some device settings may prevent the battery from charging at all.
What are the Oxygen Settings of a Respironics SimplyGo Portable Oxygen Concentrator?
As mentioned, the Respironics SimplyGo Portable Oxygen Concentrator is one of the few POCs that offers both continuous flow and pulse dose modes. The SimplyGo provides between 0.5 and 2 liters of oxygen per minute in continuous flow mode, while pulse dose mode accommodates 6 pulse settings, ranging from 12mL to 72mL of oxygen per breath. No matter what your oxygen needs are, this unit delivers.
Before changing oxygen settings, be sure to consult with your doctor, as 2.0 LPM in continuous mode is not the same as a setting of 2 in pulse dose mode.
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, an impact-resistant shell, and a mobile cart with oversized durable wheels. The SimplyGo was tested in extreme conditions, including impacts, vibrations, and temperatures to guarantee reliable performance no matter what.
The SimplyGo is not just durable, it’s also convenient. User-friendly accessories include a mobile cart, accessory bag, carrying case, and key device features including an easily accessible battery, easy-to-read screen, and alarms to let you know when something is wrong with your machine.
How To Select Operating Modes in Respironics SimplyGo Portable Oxygen Concentrator?
Prior to changing any modes, consult with your doctor to determine which modes and settings are best for your needs. Selecting the operating mode in this POC is quite easy. Each mode has its own symbol. To change the operating mode, simply use the Mode button, denoted by the “M.” Press until the mode you desire is selected. When the display changes, the concentrator is now working in this mode.
Philips Respironics SimplyGo Alarm Indicators
The SimplyGo oxygen concentrator comes built-in with a number of alarms that can help users determine if something is wrong or not working properly with their machine. Each alarm is indicated by a pattern of beeps, as well as an icon displayed on the screen. To see the full list of alarms, please reference the user manual. Some of the more common alarms are listed below.
No Breath Alarm: A sequence of 3 short beeps with 1 long beep that repeats every 4 seconds. This occurs when no breath is detected for two or more minutes.
Low Battery Alarm: 1 short beep that repeats every 4 seconds. This occurs when approximately 15 minutes of battery life remains.
No Flow Alarm: A sequence of 3 long beeps with 1 short beep that repeats every 4 seconds. This occurs when no oxygen flow is detected.
Depleted Battery Alarm: A sequence of alternating short and long beeps that repeats every 4 seconds. This occurs when approximately two minutes of battery life remains.
How to Clean the Philips Respironics SimplyGo Portable Oxygen Concentrator
The Respironics SimplyGo Portable Oxygen Concentrator requires some simple maintenance. There are no filters to clean—simply wipe down the air intake vent with a damp cloth once a week.
The SimplyGo’s exterior and its rechargeable battery can be cleaned as instructed below.
Before cleaning, turn off the device and disconnect it from any power source.
Carefully remove the battery and use a dry cloth to wipe the battery bay and battery.
The exterior of the device can be cleaned with a damp cloth with a mild household cleaner. Then wipe it with a dry cloth to clear off any remaining dust particles.
What are the Benefits of a Philips SimplyGo Portable Oxygen Concentrator?
Additional battery cartridges can be swapped easily and swiftly
A fully drained battery can be recharged in 2-3 hours
The sleek design makes it easy to handle.
High-quality LCD screen for better display.
Quiet operation (43 dBA at a pulse dose setting of 2)
Convenient carrying case with a detachable accessory bag and mobile cart
Weighs only 10 lbs
What are the Respironics Simply Go Portable Oxygen Concentrator Flow Settings?
Continuous Flow: 0.5 to 2 liters per minute (LPM) in 0.5 increments.
Pulse Dose 1=12 ml
Pulse Dose 2=24 ml
Pulse Dose 3=36 ml
Pulse Dose 4=48 ml
Pulse Dose 5=60 ml
Pulse Dose 6=72 ml
Is Simply Go Portable Oxygen Concentrator FAA Approved
It is FAA cleared for usage during flights, cruise ships, and other forms of transportation.
The Philips Respironics SimplyGo oxygen concentrator is FAA-approved for in-flight use on commercial airlines. We advise you to contact your physician about your traveling plans and get his or her approval in a letter to carry when you travel. Many airlines require this approval letter and your prescription if you want to use the portable oxygen device on the plane. The FAA and most international aviation regulatory bodies grant permission to use the approved portable oxygen concentrators after meeting these requirements.
Notifying the airlines about the use of the Respironics SimplyGo oxygen concentrator prior to flying can make your travel much smoother.
Philips Respironics SimplyGo Portable Oxygen Concentrator Parts
- Philips Respironics SimplyGo Rechargeable Lithium Ion Battery$250.00Out of stock
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 ...
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...
The SimplyGo is very light for all the 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.
Yes, you can. The SimplyGo can be used while plugged into the wall outlet. It will simultaneously charge the battery as well.
You should never run the SimplyGo without the battery installed.
SimplyGo has a fan that will run from time to time. This fan helps keep the concentrator and battery from overheating. When the SimplyGo is turned off and plugged in to charge the battery, the fan will periodically turn on to cool off the battery.
It is recommended that you disconnect the SimplyGo from the wall outlet once the battery is fully charged unless you are using the SimplyGo.
The initial charging time is about 2-3 hours when a cell is empty. Remember that to charge the battery for the first time, it is essential to use the AC (wall charger). After the initial charge, you can use the DC (car) battery charger to charge the ...
SimplyGo's lifetime rating is 300 maximum charges. In addition even depleted, the batteries will still power the SimplyGo perfectly. However, as with all batteries, when they age, the overall power will decrease.
Yes, it is possible to use the SimplyGo portable oxygen concentrator in as well as out of the included carrying case. Using the Velcro cover on the back of the bag, it can also be connected to the optional mobile cart. It can also be worn over the shoulder...
Please check with your airline as not all airplanes have a compatible socket available.
The SimplyGo is FAA approved to use in flights. You should contact your airline for their requirements before booking a flight as some airlines may have different guidelines and requirements.
The cart for the SimplyGo is very useful as it allows patients to take the SimplyGo without having to carry it. The cart does not have to be used in order to operate the SimplyGo. The cart is also collapsible for easy storage when not being used.
The batteries of the Philips Respironics SimplyGo can be charged in the device. The first charge should be done using AC power, and then they can be charged using either AC or DC power. Or, they can be charged from the device using the external battery...
In order to provide oxygen from the SimplyGo, the normal single lumen nasal cannula and tubing (not supplied) should be used.