Surprisingly compact design for easy travel and more enhanced portability
Oxygen Sensor that ensures accurate O2 delivery and a reduced maintenance schedule
Less than 20 pounds when the battery installed
Battery life up to 5.4 hours on Pulse that quickly recharges in 2 to 4 hours
Can be used with 35 foot cannula in continuous flow and 50 foot cannula on continuous
12.3 inches x 7.1 inches x 19.3 inches
15.5 pounds, 19 pounds with battery
3 Year Manufacturers Warranty
Alert / Alarm:
High Flow/Low Flow, No Breathe, Low Oxygen Output, High Temperature, Low Battery, Power Failure, Unit Malfunction
2.0 to 4.5 hours depending on Flow Setting
3 hours on a setting of 6 and 5 hours on a setting of 1 in Pulse Dose
1.6 hours on a setting of 3 and 4 hours on a setting of 1 on Continuous
Continuous Flow: 1 - 3 LPM
Pulse Dose: 1 - 6 LPM
40 Decibels at 3.0 LPM
Temperature: 41 F to 104 F (5 C to 40 C)
Altitude: 0 to 13,123 ft (0 to 4000 meters)
91% (+/-3%) @ all flow settings
Temperature: -4 F to 140 F (-20 C to 60 C)
Keep dry and clean and handle with care.
How to change filter on the Devilbiss iGo?
The Devilbiss iGo has a washable/external filter and an internal filter that need to be tended to. The washable/external filter is located on the back side of the machine built into the carry handle if you place your finger deep enough in the carry handle portion there is a mesh rectangle filter. The gross particle filter should be rinsed off and completely dry before placing back into the machine. Based off the use on the machine hour wise, the internal filter should be replaced every 1-2 years.
How do I perform a hard reset on the Devilbiss iGo?
To perform a hard reset, you will need to remove the battery from the machine and disconnect all power to the unit. Let the machine stand alone without any power for about 2 minutes. Plug the machine back into AC power (power supply for the house) WITHOUT BATTERY and turn the machine on. While the unit has been running for about 5-10 minutes place the battery into the machine WHILE RUNNING and this should eliminate the issue the machine is having. If the issue still occurs, have the customer call back and then we will follow the process of creating a case.
How do I insert and remove the battery on the Devilbiss iGo?
The easiest way to insert and remove the battery is to have the machine standing upright and there is a small push down tab at the top you press down and the battery clips away from the machine. This is where the battery is located, when placing the battery inside the machine make sure you set the battery in gently. If you drop or slam the battery into the machine the tabs or pc boards on the battery or inside the machine can get damaged or break. When removing the battery, you must place your finger on the top of the battery tab press down then pull the battery away from the unit. Make sure you have control of the battery so it does not drop back into the machine or slip out of your hand.
How long does the battery last at all settings on the Devilbiss iGo?
The battery duration FULLY CHARGED for Pulse and also Continuous. Keep in mind the battery durations are estimated because each patient has different breath rates and breathing patterns, which will make the batteries last less or longer. When you either increase or decrease the settings, the charge per battery will increase or decrease.
Setting 1: 5.4 hours
Setting 2: 4.7 hours
Setting 3: 4.0 hours
Setting 4: 3.5 hours
Setting 5: 3.2 hours
Setting 6: 3.0 hours
Setting 1: 4.0 hours
Setting 2: 2.4 hours
Setting 3: 1.6 hours