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Imagine that you have an iGo Portable Oxygen Concentrator and the battery runs out of power -- panic sets in. Not to worry, when you need a backup plan to keep yourself moving, reach for this easy-to-mount battery that is the perfect go-to for your iGo portable concentrator.
This iGo Battery Pack can potentially add up to 5.4 hours of life to your portable concentrator, offering the amount of time necessary to properly charge your depleted battery or have another one ready to go just in case. The battery pack is compact, measuring six inches wide and 10 inches in length. At only 1.5 inches in depth and weighing 3.5 pounds, it easily fits into a bag, backpack or suitcase for those that are constantly on the move. This unit is a great power source for all your iGo concentrator needs.
This battery can charge in approximately three hours. For the user, that means they can set their iGo on a continuous flow of 1.0 or a pulse dose setting of 4.0 and the replaced battery will be ready to go by the time the attached battery runs out of power. Other accessories for the iGo are also available including a battery charger, AC and DC power cords and rolling carry cases.
Devilbiss iGo Battery Pack Features and Benefits
- Easily Stores in a bag, Backpack or Suitcase
- Easy-to-Mount in the Devilbiss iGo Portable Concentrator
- Adds up to 5.4 Hours of Life to the iGo
Devilbiss iGo Battery Pack Specifications
- Width: 6 Inches
- Length: 10 Inches
- Depth: 1.5 Inches
- Weight: 3.5 Pounds
- Manufacturer: Devilbiss
- Battery Warranty: One Year
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- Community Q&A
Product QuestionsThe original unit only comes with one battery? Is it true that for continuous flow that I must have, the adapter for car will run the battery but not charge it? That seems like a big disadvantage. If I buy the recharger, will it recharge unit in car? ThanksQuestion by: Anne Beach on Jul 7, 2019 10:39:00 PMCorrect, the original unit comes with only one battery. It is also true that while in a vehicle, the concentrator will run but not charge the battery, other wise, it would take too much power away from the car. However, if the battery is full, it will remain full if using the car's power to run.Answer by: Jessica Smith (Admin) on Jul 9, 2019 2:48:00 PM