Respironics SimplyFlo Home Concentrator -
Respironics SimplyFlo Home Concentrator Product Overview Back to top
The SimplyFlo operates on an external power source and does not include an internal battery. The SimplyFlo Home Concentrator is intended to make it easier to balance your oxygen therapy requirements with your need to continue an active, healthier lifestyle.
Since the SimplyFlo is so small, it only uses around 120 watts of electricity, so you are saving money on your energy bill. It's also very low maintenance, with a gross particle filter and a main-flow bacteria filter, which only need to be replaced every 2 years. This ensures the concentrator is running smoothly and is giving you the purest and cleanest oxygen possible.
This dependable and sturdy home oxygen concentrator will work just as well at an elevation of 10,000 feet above sea level. Up to this height, it will still deliver as much as 96% of oxygen before the air becomes too thin. It can also work just as well in high humidity of up to 95%, and in humidity as low as 15%. The highest temperature in can work in is 104 degrees Fahrenheit, and the lowest it can tolerate is around 41 degrees. Hopefully, you won't need to be exposed to these temperatures while you are using your oxygen therapy, anyway.
The carry case made especially for the SimplyFlo is optional, but it will come with the owners manual and a free nasal cannula to start you out, as well as the AC power cord needed to run the machine. The carry case is great for protecting the outside of the concentrator, or if you travel often.
An optional travel accessory case is also available.
Product Specifications Back to top
|Product Features||Weighs less than 9 pounds
Small and easy to transport
Generates up to 2 LPM continuous flow oxygen
No batteries to change or replace
Optional DC Charger
Optional Hardcover Suitcase for Travel
|Dimensions||11.5 inches Wide x 6 inches Deep x 10 inches High|
|Product Weight||Under 9 pounds|
|Warranty||Three Year Standard Warranty|
|Alarms / Alerts||System technical fault, loss of power, no flow and low oxygen purity|
|Filters||Gross particle air inlet filter, main-flow bacteria filter|
|Noise Level||Around 50 decibels at 2 LPM|
|Operating Ranges, Intended for Use||Operational Temperature: 41 degrees to 104 degrees
Relative Humidity: 15% to 95%
Altitude: Up to 10,000 feet
|Outlet Pressure||6.4 PSIG max|
|Oxygen Concentration||87% to 96% at all settings|
|Power Consumption||120W max|
|Storage Ranges, Intended for Storage||Temperature: -4 to 140 F
Relative Humidity: Up to 95%, non condensing
|User Interface||Push buttons, back-lit LCD screen|
Summary of Customer Ratings & Reviews Back to top
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Review by Dee
This one doesn't drive away my dog, and my husband no longer sits in the living room to watch TV until he gets tired enough to fall asleep with the noise. It's bearable now. I would recommend this home oxygen concentrator to anyone who needs no more than 2 LPM of oxygen. I was also really happy with the price on this home concentrator.
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Product Q & A
Yes, the SimplyFlo is able to run off of DC power. This cord comes separate from the basic package.
Is the SimplyFlo a portable/mobile oxygen concentrator?
While the SimplyFlo is very light and easy to transport, it does not run off of battery so it is not considered a portable device. However, weighing only 8.5 pounds, the SimplyFlo is very transportable making it easy to bring on vacations, simply move around the house.
What kind of maintenance is involved with the SimplyFlo?
The SimplyFlo is one of the easiest units to maintain. There are no external filters to change and the unit stays clean relatively easily with a simple wipe down with a moist clothe.
Can I use the SimplyFlo at night?
Yes! The SimplyFlo is fully continuous flow and will be able to saturate most patients while they are sleeping. Make sure to speak to a doctor to find what flow setting you need to stay saturated.