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  1. LifeChoice Activox Portable Oxygen Concentrators
    Great product .
    Very pleased with this product! The new unit I have gives me over 5 hours of battery life. It's light and easy to use. I heard mixed reviews on the
    (Review by Donald)
  2. Inogen One G3 Portable Oxygen Concentrator
    excellent.
    The machine is wonderful!
    (Review by Margaret)
  3. Eclipse 5 Portable Oxygen Concentrator
    Fantastic machine and I am very satisfied..
    This is my second one. The original was about 7 years old and i wore it out. Sent it off to Eclipse haven and bought the Eclipse 3. I try
    (Review by Mike)
  4. Inogen One G3 Portable Oxygen Concentrator
    Lightweight Portable Concentrator.
    The Inogen G3 concentrator provides me with a low weight solution. Not only is this the smallest portable I have seen, it is also the least weight--less than 5 pounds
    (Review by Sammy)
 

Portable Oxygen Concentrator - Portable Oxygen Equipment & More!

Portable Oxygen Concentrators

Manufacturer
  1. AirSep (4)
  2. DeVilbiss (1)
  3. Inogen (3)
  1. Inova Labs (1)
  2. Invacare (2)
  3. O2 Concepts (1)
  1. OXUS (1)
  2. Respironics (3)
  3. SeQual (1)

    Portable Oxygen Concentrators from Vitality Medical include four of the most recognized oxygen concentrators: Inogen's Inogen One Portable Oxygen Concentrator, Invacare XPO2 Portable Concentrator, Invacare SOLO2 Portable Oxygen Concentrator and Respironics EverGo Concentrator. All four of these concentrators have been approved by the FAA for airline travel. A list of airlines accommodating each oxygen concentrator can be viewed by clicking on the following links: Inogen One, Invacare XPO2, and EverGo. Each portable oxygen machine can also provide low dose Home Oxygen Therapy. We also have the newly released Invacare SOLO2 Concentrator which promises to become a leader in the industry within a short time. A Portable Oxygen Concentrator Comparison of the top selling oxygen concentrators to include the new SOLO2 is provided at the bottom of this web page.

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    Below is a chart comparing the portable oxygen concentrators that offer both continuous oxygen and pulse oxygen - category leadership is highlighted in yellow

    Portable Oxygen Concentrators Comparison for Continuous Oxygen & Pulse Oxygen Concentrators

    Portable Oxygen
    Concentrators

    Respironics
    SimplyGo
    Respironics SimplyGo Portable Oxygen Concentrator

    O2 Concepts
    Oxlife
    O2 Concepts Oxlife Portable Oxygen Concentrator

    Invacare
    SOLO2
    Invacare SOLO2 Oxygen Concentrator

    SeQual
    Eclipse 3
    SeQual Eclipse 3 Portable Oxygen Concentrator

    DeVilbiss
    iGo

    DeVilbiss iGo Oxygen Concentrator

    Top Features

    - Continuous Flow
    - Easy Battery Exchange

    - Durable Metal Cabinet
    - Easy Battery Exchange
    - Long Battery Life
    - Short Recharge Time
    - High Altitude Operation
    - Made in USA

    - Continuous Flow
    - High Pulse Oxygen Output

    - High Altitude Operatrion
    - Continuous Flow
    - Long Warranty
    - High Pulse Oxygen Output

    - High Altitude Operatrion
    - Continuous Flow

    Width
    (inches)

    10

    10.9

    16.5

    12.3

    11

    Height
    (inches)

    11.5

    20.2

    16.5

    19

    15

    Depth
    (inches)

    6

    8

    8

    7.1

    8

    Weight
    (pounds)

    10

    19

    19.9

    18.4

    19

    Noise
    (at setting 2)

    43 decibels

    40 decibels

    39 decibels

    48 decibels

    40 decibels

    Oxygen Concentration

    87% to 96%

    90% ± 3%

    87% to 95.6%

    90% ± 3%

    90% ± 3%

    Oxygen
    Output
    Capacity

    (Liters Per Minute)
    (Breaths Per Minute)

    1-6 Pulse Settings
    Max Bolus Output
    0.072 LPM Pulse
    2 LPM
    Continuous Flow

    1-5 Pulse Settings
    Max Bolus Output
    0.096 LPM Pulse
    3 LPM
    Continuous Flow
    (20 BPM)

    1-5 Pulse Settings
    Max Bolus Output
    1.8 LPM Pulse
    3 LPM
    Continuous Flow

    1-5 Pulse Settings
    Max Bolus Output
    3 LPM Pulse
    3 LPM
    Continuous Flow

    1-6 Pulse Settings
    Max Bolus Output
    3.0 LPM
    Continuous Flow

    Portable Oxygen
    Concentrators

    Respironics
    SimplyGo
    Respironics SimplyGo Portable Oxygen Concentrator

    O2 Concepts
    Oxlife
    O2 Concepts Oxlife Portable Oxygen Concentrator

    Invacare
    SOLO2
    Invacare SOLO2 Oxygen Concentrator

    SeQual
    Eclipse 3
    SeQual Eclipse 3 Portable Oxygen Concentrator

    DeVilbiss
    iGo

    DeVilbiss iGo Oxygen Concentrator

    Oxygen Dose

    Continuous
    or
    Pulse

    Continuous
    or
    Pulse

    Continuous
    or
    Pulse

    Continuous
    or
    Pulse

    Continuous
    or
    Pulse

    Power Consumption
    (average watts)

    120 not charging
    150 charging

    NA

    180

    45

    86

    Battery Charge Duration
    (at setting 2)

    3.5 hrs

    5.75 hrs

    2.6 hrs

    2 hours Continuous
    5 hours Pulse

    4.7 hrs

    Battery Recharge Time
    (hours)

    2 to 3

    1.5

    5

    5

    2 to 4.5

    Operating Altitude
    (feet above sea level)
    0 to 10,000 0 to 13,123 0 to 10,000 0 to 13,123 0 to 13,123

    FAA Approval

    No

    Yes

    Yes

    Yes

    Yes

    Warranty

    2 yrs

    5 yrs limited

    3 yrs limited

    3 yrs

    3 yrs limited



    Below is a chart comparing the "carry" portable oxygen machines (wearable concentrators) - category leadership is highlighted in yellow

    Carry Portable Oxygen Concentrators Comparison

    Portable Oxygen
    Concentrators

    AirSep
    Focus

    AirSep Focus Portable Oxygen Concentrator

    AirSep
    FreeStyle 3

    AirSep FreeStyle 3 Portable Oxygen Concentrator

    AirSep
    FreeStyle 5
    AirSep FreeStule 5 Portable Oxygen Concentrator

    Inogen One
    G2

    Inogen One G2 Oxygen Concentrator

    Inogen One
    G3

    Inogen One G3 Portable Oxygen Concentrator

    Invacare
    XPO2
    Invacare XPO2 Oxygen Concentrator

    Top Features

    - Small Size
    - Lightweight
    - Low Power Consumption

    -Braille Soft-touch
    - Lightweight
    - Battery Test Button

    - Small Size
    - Lightweight
    - Low Power Consumption

    - 24/7 Operation
    - Worldwide Power Sensor

    - 24/7 Operation
    - Small Size
    - Lightweight
    - Longest Battery Life
    - Worldwide Power Sensor

    - Low Power Consumption
    - Small Size

    Width
    (inches)

    4.8

    6.1

    6.4

    10.7

    8.75

    10

    Height
    (inches)

    6.4

    8.6

    10.5

    3.9

    7.25

    7

    Depth
    (inches)

    2.5

    3.6

    4.4

    9.5

    3

    5

    Weight
    (pounds)

    1.75
    (with 2 batteries weighing 0.53 each the weight is 2.81 total)

    4.4
    (optional battery belt adds 1.8 lbs for 3.5 more hrs)

    6.2
    (optional battery belt adds 1.8 lbs for 2.5 more hrs)

    7.25
    (12 Cell Battery Model)

    8.65
    (24 Cell Battery Model)

    4.9
    (8 Cell Battery Model)

    8.65
    (16 Cell Battery Model)

    7.3

    Noise
    (at setting 2)

    < 55 decibels

    < 55 decibels

    46 decibels

    38 decibels

    42 decibels

    45 decibels

    Oxygen Concentration

    90% +5.5/-3%

    90% +5.5/-3%

    90% +5.5/-3%

    90% ± 3%

    90% ± 3%

    87% to 95.6%

    Oxygen
    Output
    Capacity

    (Liters Per Minute)
    (Breaths Per Minute)

    2 Pulse Setting
    Bolus Output
    Setting 2
    0.333 LPM Pulse

    1-2 Pulse Settings
    Bolus Output
    Setting 2
    0.42 LPM Pulse

    1-3 Pulse Settings
    Bolus Output
    Setting 2
    0.42 LPM Pulse

    1-5 Pulse Settings
    Max Bolus Output
    0.9 LPM Pulse

    NA

    1-5 Pulse Settings
    Max Bolus Output
    0.9 LPM Pulse

    Portable Oxygen
    Concentrators

    AirSep
    Focus

    AirSep Focus Portable Oxygen Concentrator

    AirSep
    FreeStyle 3

    AirSep FreeStyle 3 Portable Oxygen Concentrator

    AirSep
    FreeStyle 5
    AirSep FreeStule 5 Portable Oxygen Concentrator

    Inogen One
    G2

    Inogen One G2 Oxygen Concentrator

    Inogen One
    G3

    Inogen One G3 Portable Oxygen Concentrator

    Invacare
    XPO2
    Invacare XPO2 Oxygen Concentrator

    Oxygen Dose

    Pulse Only

    Pulse Only

    Pulse Only

    Pulse Only

    Pulse Only

    Pulse Only

    Power Consumption
    (average watts)

    25

    32.5

    76

    40

    NA

    35

    Battery Charge Duration
    (at setting 2)

    1.5

    2.5

    2

    3.5 to 4 hrs
    (12 Cell Battery)

    7 to 8 hrs
    (24 Cell Battery)

    4 hrs
    (8 Cell Battery)

    8 hrs
    (16 Cell Battery)

    2.5 hrs

    Battery Recharge Time
    (hours)

    4

    3.5

    3.25

    4

    1 to 4
    (8 Cell Battery)

    4 to 8
    (16 Cell Battery)

    4

    Operating Altitude
    (feet above sea level)
    0 to 10,000 0 to 12,000 0 to 12,000 0 to 10,000 0 to 10,000 0 to 10,000

    FAA Approval

    Yes

    Yes

    Yes

    Yes

    Yes

    Yes

    Warranty

    3 yrs limited

    3 yrs limited

    3 yrs limited

    3 yrs limited

    3 yrs limited

    3 yrs limited



    Portable oxygen machines concentrator comparison chart - category leadership is highlighted in yellow

    Portable Oxygen Concentrators Comparison

    New Model
    Portable Oxygen
    Concentrators

    Respironics
    EverGo
    Respironics Evergo Oxygen Concentrator

    Drive Medical
    Oxus

    Oxus Portable Oxygen Concentrator

    Inova Labs
    LifeChoice Activox
    Inova Labs LifeChoice Activox Portable Oxygen Concentrator

    Top Features

    - Small Width Size
    - High Pulse Oxygen Output

    - Low Cost
    - O2 Sensor Included

    - 24/7 Operation
    - Lightweight
    - Small Size
    - Long Battery Life

    Width
    (inches)

    6

    7.6

    9.05

    Height
    (inches)

    12

    11.9

    7.875

    Depth
    (inches)

    8.5

    5.6

    4.3

    Weight
    (pounds)

    8.5

    9.9

    4.83

    Noise
    (at setting 2)

    43 decibels

    41 decibels

    44 decibels

    Oxygen Concentration

    89% ± 3%

    87 to 96%

    90% ± 3%

    Oxygen
    Output
    Capacity

    (Liters Per Minute)
    (Breaths Per Minute)

    1-6 Pulse Settings
    Max Bolus Output
    1.05 LPM Pulse

    0.85 Pulse

    1-3 Pulse Settings
    Max Bolus Output
    0.03 LPM Pulse
    (15 BPM)

    New Model
    Portable Oxygen
    Concentrators

    Respironics
    EverGo
    Respironics Evergo Oxygen Concentrator

    Drive Medical
    Oxus

    Oxus Portable Oxygen Concentrator

    Inova Labs
    LifeChoice Activox
    Inova Labs LifeChoice Activox Portable Oxygen Concentrator

    Oxygen Dose

    Pulse Only

    Pulse Only

    Pulse Only

    Power Consumption
    (average watts)

    70

    NA

    120

    Battery Charge Duration
    (at setting 2)

    4 hrs

    3

    6
    (12 Cell Battery)

    Battery Recharge Time
    (hours)

    4

    NA

    4
    (12 Cell Battery)

    Operating Altitude
    (feet above sea level)
    0 to 8,000NA0 to 10,000

    FAA Approval

    Yes

    Yes

    Yes

    Warranty

    3 yrs

    3 yrs

    3 yrs limited



    For many years, Oxygen Therapy patients have been regulated to heavy, bulky oxygen cylinders when away from their home for their oxygen needs. Today, oxygen concentrators are much more convenient, safer and easier to use over oxygen tanks and cylinders. Oxygen concentrators come in two basic versions--home oxygen concentrators and portable oxygen concentrators. The Home Oxygen Concentrators offer high oxygen output, but are large and can only be powered by an AC power outlet. Advancements in technology have provided smaller, portable oxygen concentrators that can be taken practically anywhere. These concentrators can operate from an internal battery, an external battery, AC power or DC power. Now oxygen therapy patients can power their portable oxygen concentrator from their car, boat, or recreational vehicle. While at a shopping mall, church, sports event, or some other activity, they can operate their portable oxygen concentrator from its own battery either internal or external.Many of these portable oxygen concentrators have been approved for airline transportation, allowing even more mobility. The innovation of these portable oxygen concentrators provides much more mobility for oxygen therapy patients than ever before. These portable O2 machines can weigh up to 20 pounds and as little as 1.75 pounds! The portable concentrators that weigh 10 pounds or more are usually wheeled around on a lightweight cart specially designed to carry the concentrator. The portable oxygen concentrators that weigh less than 10 pounds are often referred to as "wearable" concentrators because they are carried on a belt or shoulder strap.

    Portable Oxygen Concentrators that weigh more than 10 pounds offer both pulse dose and continuous oxygen flow. Oxygen Concentrators weighing less than 10 pounds provide only pulse dose oxygen. The difference between continuous oxygen and pulse dose is that continuous provides oxygen without any interruption, whether the oxygen patient is inhaling or exhaling. On the other hand, pulse dose oxygen concentrators provide oxygen flow only during the inhale cycle. Basically, the larger the oxygen concentrator, the greater the capacity in providing oxygen flow. For patients who need only minimal oxygen assistance, the smaller, pulse only concentrators are a great choice. These smaller machines offer the most portability and freedom of movement. For oxygen patients who have greater oxygen requirements, a portable oxygen concentrator with both continuous and pulse dose oxygen will be required. Because of their small size, the current maximum output of the larger "dual mode" portable oxygen concentrators is 3 liters per minute (LPM). Oxygen patients who require more than 3 LPM of continuous oxygen flow should not select a portable oxygen concentrator, but instead should consider a Home Oxygen Concentrator that has greater capacity.