AirSep Focus Portable Concentrator -
AirSep Focus Portable Concentrator Product Overview Back to top
If you have a small portable oxygen concentrator, it should definitely have batteries that continue to give you the kind of freedom you need. The two micro batteries that come with your AirSep Focus will last for up to 3 hours (1.5 hours for each one). These are powerful lithium ion batteries that you can recharge with the AC/DC power supply when you are sitting still. To charge them back to 100% from 0% takes around 4 hours total.
If you need more time to be completely mobile, such as when you are doing some long distance traveling, you can use the supplemental AirSep Airbelt battery pack. This small battery pack is worn around your waist and can be plugged into the Focus for an added battery life of as much as 3.5 hours. This comes in handy if you want to travel by air, and your airline requires that you have much more than what your 2 micro batteries can give you. If you want to spend a day out of the house with friends without having to stop after 3 hours and charge your batteries, the Airbelt is ideal for you.
Air travel is already possible with the AirSep Focus, because it is approved by the Federal Aviation Administration for use on a passenger airplane. Just think of how easy it would be to take the Focus with you on a flight, because of how small and light it is. It's also as quiet as they come, the puffs of air only as audible as a whisper. The people around you will hardly be aware that you are receiving oxygen therapy, since the carry bag and strap that come with your Focus just look like another other small hand bag.
If you purchase an AirSep Focus, you will also get a free nasal cannula, 2 micro batteries and the AC/DC power cord needed to charge the batteries, along with a universal power supply, a carry bag and shoulder strap. Your Focus is also covered under a 3 year warranty, and the batteries and accessories will be covered under warranty for 1 year.
Product Specifications Back to top
|Product Features||Extremely lightweight at less than 2 pounds
Operates up to 3 hours between charges
|Dimensions||4.8 inches Wide x 2.5 inches Long x 6.4 inches High|
|Product Weight||1.75 pounds (unit only), .53 pounds each battery (2 included)|
|Warranty||Three-Year Warranty on the unit and One-year Warranty on battery and accessories|
|Alarms / Alerts||Cannula disconnect, start-up, pulse flow, breath rate, battery charge state, low battery, high temperature, general malfunction, high and low pressure|
|Battery Charging Time||4 hours|
|Battery Duration||3 hours - 1.5 hours per battery
Battery Cycle Life:
Around 300 charges, then only 80% capacity or less
|Maximum Oxygen Output||330 ml/min|
|Noise Level||41 decibels|
|Operating Ranges, Intended for Use||41 - 104 Fahrenheit (5 - 40 Celsius)
Up - 10,000 feet (3048 m)
|Oxygen Concentration||90% oxygen +5.5% -3%|
|Storage Ranges, Intended for Storage||-4 - 140 Fahrenheit (-20 - 60 Celsius)|
|Power||Universal Power Supply
100-240 VAC, 50/60 Hz; 11-16 VDC
Rechargeable, lithium battery
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Product Videos Back to top
Items in the BoxFocus unit (AS078-1), Two Micro Batteries (BT023-1), Universal Power Supply (PW023-1), Shoulder Strap and Carrying Bag (MI345-1), Cannula (C-7), and Manual (MN 170-1).
Product Q & A
The AirSep focus weighs about 3.5 pounds with all the batteries and accessories included.
What Settings can the AirSep Focus Provide?
The AirSep Focus can only provide a single setting of 2 on pulse.
How do I turn on the AirSep Focus?
To operate the AirSep focus, attach the power cord from the battery to the unit. Please note, the cord that is required to use will have an on/off switch on in. Flipping the switch will power on and off the device.
Is the AirSep Focus FAA Approved?
Yes the AirSep Focus is FAA Approved and may be taken and used on most airlines, trains, and cruise ships.