What Comes in the Box?
What Comes In The Box?
- XPO2 Concentrator
- Internal Rechargeable Battery
- Carrying Case
- Carry Bag
- AC Power Adapter
- DC Power Adapter
- 3 Year Concentrator Warranty
The XPO2 Portable Oxygen Concentrator provides clinical-grade oxygen therapy. Giving the 6.4 pound XPO2 an ultra-compact footprint is proprietary Sensi-Pulse Technology that customizes oxygen bolus (dosage) to meet demands -- regardless of activity.
Choose from Two Package Options
- XPO2 with Internal Battery Package
- XPO2 Extended Life Package
Features & Benefits
- Travel-friendly - FAA-approved to make air travel and independence easy; includes convenient, nylon carrying case
- Compact - No bigger than a thick book.
- Worry-free - Up to 3 hours and 40 minutes of run time at Setting 1
- Simple - Intuitive, streamlined control panel
- Tailored to you - Invacare Sensi-Pulse Technology continually customizes the bolus of oxygen to changing needs
- Set-and-forget - XPO2 retains pulse flow settings even after the machine is turned off
- Width: 7 inches
- Height: 10 inches
- Depth: 4 inches
- Weight: 6.4 pounds (concentrator)
- External battery type: Lithium
- External battery weight: 1.2 pounds
- External battery dimensions: 6.25 inch L x 2 inch width
- Noise Level: 45 dBA at setting 2 (same dBA as a whispered conversation)
- Maximum oxygen capacity: 900 mL per minute
- Oxygen flow: Pulse Dose Delivery, Settings 1-5
- Oxygen concentration: 87-95.6% at all settings
- Battery duration: 2.5 hours at setting 2 (internal battery), 2.5 hours at setting 2 (supplemental battery)
- Battery recharge time: 3 hours (recharge time increases if unit is running while charging)
- AC power: 100-240 VAC 50/60 Hz, 1.0 amps at 120 VAC
- DC power: 12-16 VDC, 3.3 amps at 18 VDC
- Operating altitude: Up to 10,000 feet (3,046 m) above sea level
- HCPCS code: E1390 & E1392
- Limited warranty: 3 years limited on concentrator; 2 years on the compressor; 1 year on the battery and accessories
Add Some Vitality To Your Purchase
At Vitality Medical, we value our your business, so we take several steps to make the transition to portable oxygen an easy one.
- Rental Program - Going on a trip? Rent the XPO2 today!
- Buy Back Program - Upgrading? Buyer's Remorse? No problem, we'll buy your XPO2 back from you.
- Loaner Program - If a concentrator that you purchased from us ever needs a warranty repair, we'll send you one of ours to borrow.
- Certified Oxygen Specialists - Our trained specialists are here to help.
Our certified oxygen specialists are available to answer any questions that you may have. Whether you are traveling, live at a high altitude, or just want more batteries, let the experts at Vitality Medical get you started.
With the Vitality Medical rental program, there is no need to buy the XPO2 sight-unseen, you can rent it for a weekly fee. Our certified oxygen concentrator specialists are available to discuss battery needs, specifications, airline regulations and more. Just give us a call to speak to an oxygen specialist today!
XPO2 with Internal Battery Package
This package contains travel essentials -- AC/DC adapters, nylon carrying case and bag -- for 2.5 hours of battery-powered, on-the-go oxygen therapy (at setting 2). Beyond being one of the smallest portable oxygen concentrators, the XPO2's user-focused design features a supremely legible control panel. It carries an easy-to-read LED battery life indicator and central on/off button flanked by easy-to-read "+" and "-" icons that control pulse dosage settings. Alarms and warnings are included for proper operation.
Because road trips and vacations end, Ohio-based Invacare has made the XPO2 Portable Oxygen Concentrator ideal for many home users who do not need continuous flow therapy. This is because Sensi-Pulse Technology, which is located in the XPO2's electronic conserver, tailors oxygen delivery and provides constant minute-volume. Sensi-Pulse helps the Invacare XPO2 provide a burst of oxygen with each breath at a concentration rate between 87-95.6%. As breath rate decreases, for example, the bolus (dosage) size increases.
XPO2 Extended Life Package
The Extended Life Package capitalizes on XPO2's tremendous mobility by including an external, rechargeable battery to the equipment offered in the XPO2 with Internal Battery Package. This gives the portable oxygen concentrator an additional 2.5 hours of operation at setting two. To maintain both the unit's streamlined design and easy to carry, the supplemental battery conveniently clips onto the unit's side. The battery also carries both a battery status button and an easy-to-read life gauge.
Ready for virtually any type of travel, the FAA-approved XPO2 runs off of AC power (home) or DC power (vehicles), and automatically recharges the standard integrated battery via either source. Lighter and smaller than many purses or video camera bags, XPO2 goes virtually anywhere you do.
- XPO2 Flyer highlights this portable oxygen concentrator's features and benefits.
- XPO2 Concentrator Owner's Manual covers set up, operation, cleaning, care and technical data.
- XPO2 Maintenance Guide contains information for years of trouble-free operation.
- XPO2 Portable Oxygen Concentrator Operating Instructions includes pulse flow adjustment, cautions, warnings and alarms.
- XPO2 Troubleshooting Guide offers a chart displaying possible symptoms, cause and solutions.
- XPO2 Travel Guide provides information for traveling with your concentrator by boat, train, bus or plane.
- XPO2 Battery Replacement Guide outlines the procedures for replacing the internal battery.
- Traveling with Oxygen Physician Statement is required under SFAR 106, section 3(b)(i-iii) for patients requiring supplemental oxygen while on board an aircraft.
- XPO2 Warranty outlines the warranty policy of Invacare oxygen concentrators.
Invacare XPO2 Portable Oxygen Concentrator Video
This video is not intended to be used for diagnosis of any medical condition. Patients seeking diagnosis should consult a physician. It is important for you to carefully read the owner’s manual before operating.
Invacare brings you a whole new world of respiratory therapy for people on the go, who crave the freedom, simplicity and independence that the new Invacare XPO2 Portable Concentrator provides.
The XPO2 delivers oxygen in measured doses that match the amount you need, conserving precious oxygen and allowing for a lighter, completely portable system in a size so small that you can carry it over your shoulder like a purse or a video camera bag.
Imagine, no more lugging and tugging cumbersome equipment. No more waiting days for delivery. No more storing oxygen tanks in your closet or car.
This video shows you how to operate and use your new XPO2 Portable Concentrator. Please note that this video is not a replacement for your Owner’s Manual or home care provider instructions.
When you receive the XPO2, carefully remove all the contents of the box. The box should include the following items: an operator’s manual, the concentrator, a carrying case, a DC Power Adapter and an AC Power Adapter.
If you purchase model XPO100B, you will also have a supplemental battery and its carrying case. Optional accessories include a rolling cart and an accessories bag.
Now familiarize yourself with the features and controls on the XPO2: the On/Off Button, the Oxygen Outlet Port, the Battery Status Button, the Battery Gauge, the Flow Setting/Pulse Indicators, Flow Selection Buttons to Decrease the Flow Rate and Increase the Flow Rate, the Alarm Indicator, the Air Intake, the Air Exhaust Grid and the Supplemental Battery Pack.
The Invacare XPO2 Portable Concentrator provides you with several power source options. An AC Power Adapter connects to the unit and an AC power source such as a wall outlet. A DC Power Adapter connects to the unit and a DC Power source such as your car.
An internal battery automatically recharges when using an AC or DC power source to run the unit. The concentrator will have a minimal charge when it arrives. Please charge completely before operating.
Remember to read the Owner’s Manual for more details and never use an extension cord. Use the gauge with the unit turned on to check the charge level.
In addition, a supplemental battery pack can be attached to the XPO2 carrying case and connected to the power input connector of the unit. Use the gauge on the battery pack to check the charge level.
To recharge, connect one end of the AC or DC Power Adapter to the supplemental battery pack and the other end to the AC or DC Power source.
At this time, if you connect the battery pack to the XPO2, the internal battery pack will also be recharged. Each battery takes about three hours to recharge. To maintain maximum charge level on the batteries, use the AC power Adapters whenever possible.
When in the car, use the DC Power Supply. Remember to read the Owner’s Manual for important safety details before using the XPO2 in a car.
When using your new XPO2 Portable Oxygen Concentrator, make sure the unit is positioned in a well-ventilated space so that the air intake and air exhaust are not obstructed. Keep at last three inches away from walls, draperies, furniture or other objects. Use only the carrying case provided with the XPO2.
Now, connect the Nasal Cannula to the oxygen outlet port. Turn the unit on by pressing and holding the on/off button for about one second. A brief alarm will sound.
The pulse flow setting at start-up is the same as it was when you last turned the unit off. It takes the unit about five minutes to reach maximum oxygen concentration.
The XPO2 has five pulse flow settings. Press the minus or plus button until your prescribed setting is eliminated via blue indicator light. Position the cannula as instructed by your provider then breathe normally through your nose.
The unit puts out a measured pulse of oxygen with every inhalation. The flow indicator light will blink each time a pulse of oxygen is provided. To turn the XPO2 off, press and hold the on/off button for about two seconds.
Invacare also offers convenient accessories for the XPO2 Portable Oxygen Concentrator. The rolling cart allows you to pull the unit behind you in the event you do not wish to carry it. Just attach the concentrator in its carrying case to the cart. The accessories bag provides easy storage for items that come with the XPO2.
Lighter and smaller than many purses, the XPO2 Portable Oxygen Concentrator finally gives you the freedom to do the things you love, with the people you love. Participate in the activities you want to. Unencumbered by bulky oxygen units that limit your movement and the time you can spend away from home. Getting around with the XPO2 is easier than you ever dreamed.
Go ahead. Now, you can make your dreams come true.
The XPO2 Portable Oxygen Concentrator has been programmed with indicators, warnings and alarms to ensure that the unit is running and being operated properly. See the Owner’s Manual for a complete list of indicators and trouble-shooting guide.
For your safety, a No Breath Detect Alarm will sound if the XPO2 does not sense a breath for one minute. If this occurs, check the cannula connection and ensure you are breathing through your nose. Once the unit detects a breath, the alarm will stop.
There are three levels of low battery alarm to ensure that you are aware of a low battery charge:
Low Battery Warning – when the XPO2’s battery charge drops to 25%, a beep will sound. The green 25% battery gauge indicator will blink intermittently.
Low Battery Alarm – when the battery charge drops to 15%, a double beep will sound. The green 25% battery gauge indicator will blink rapidly.
Battery Discharge Alarm – when the battery charge drops to a minimum, a triple beep will sound. And the green 25% battery gauge indicator will blink very rapidly. The unit will then shut down unless it is switched to another battery or AC or DC power.
Oxygen Safety should always be observed when using an oxygen system such as the XPO2. Keep away from open flames, smoking and oils.
Your homecare provider can recommend an alternate source of oxygen for use in the event of a power outage, alarm condition or mechanical failure. Do not use extension cords, humidifiers or devices such as CPAP or bi-level with the XPO2. Never disassemble the product.
To clean the XPO2, first, turn off the power and unplug the power cord. Remove the XPO2 from the carrying case then wipe the case with the damp cloth. Let the case dry before use. Use a damp cloth or a sponge with mild detergent and gently clean the unit. Let it dry and return it to the case.
To clean the air intake filter, lift the filter cover slightly and pull down to remove it. Lift out the filter. Wash with mild dish detergent and water. Rinse thoroughly and let dry. Reinstall the filter cover by placing the tabs in the slots and engaging the magnet.
We hope this video has helped you gain a better understanding of the Invacare XPO2 Portable Oxygen Concentrator. If you have any further questions, check your Owner’s Manual or call your oxygen provider.
The Invacare XPO2 will provide you with the options you need to care for your respiratory health.
For compliance with current FDA regulations, we require a prescription for select Portable Oxygen Concentrators, Home Stationary Concentrators and Pulse Oximeters. Prescriptions are not required for replacement parts and accessories. If a prescription is required for an item in your order, we will inform you of the requirement and ask you how the prescription will be provided.
This product requires a prescription. Prescriptions may be sent via:Fax: 1-801-733-5797
Email: [email protected]
Mail: 7910 s 3500 E Suite C, SLC, UT 84121
If you are unable to obtain a copy of your prescription, we are happy to contact your doctor and request the prescription on your behalf.
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I turned my unit in to my provider who in turn returned it to the manufacturer for repair. Invacare has had the unit for more than two months and I have been without a portable concentrator for that time.
A two plus month wait for repairs or a replacement is unacceptable. It tells me that the manufacturer is either understaffed, does not keep an adequate number of repair parts on hand, or is swamped with returns - perhaps all three. Regardless, it is not a good situation.
During the first six months I used the unit, I was impressed by its light weight and its ease of operation. Too bad it didn't last more than six months.