SeQual Eclipse 3

  • User Question: How is the Eclipse 5 Different from the Eclipse 3?

    The Eclipse line of portable oxygen concentrators has a history of high quality and ground-breaking concentrators that have made it easier and more convenient to receive oxygen therapy. If you recently upgraded from the Eclipse 3 to the newest mobile unit, the Eclipse 5, you might have done so for at least one really good reason – the batteries from one Eclipse to another are all compatible.

    There are a few other good reasons to upgrade to the Eclipse 5 from the 3, even if you feel like the Eclipse 3 is mostly the same, and you're already happy with it. The Eclipse 3 is already a great portable oxygen concentrator, but there are a couple major differences between the two that might make you change your mind. Here they are:

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  • Portable Oxygen Concentrators Over 10 Pounds

    Here is a summary of the portable oxygen concentrators that weigh over ten pounds.

    SimplyGo

    This powerful pulse dose and continuous flow portable oxygen concentrator weighs exactly 10 lbs with the battery inside. It's easy to carry via the carry bag, but you can also roll it around with the lightweight and easy to maneuver mobile cart. The settings range from 1 to 6 in half increments for pulse dose oxygen, and the continuous flow settings go from 1 to 1 in 0.5 increments as well.

    The versatile EverGo is quiet, low maintenance and extremely user friendly. The rechargeable batter will last around 3 hours on the pulse dose setting of 2, and 1.6 hours on the lowest continuous flow setting. You can depend on getting an average oxygen purity of 93% at all times on all settings. You can easily charge it with the AC or DC adapters, or charge a battery with the Respirionics External Battery Charger.

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  • Eclipse 3 vs. The New Eclipse 5 – The Main Differences

    SeQual, already one of the best in making top of the line, versatile and dependable oxygen concentrators, seem to have come up with their best yet with the SeQual Eclipse 5. The previous model, the Eclipse 3, was already a customer favorite for those who need a portable oxygen concentrator with a continuous flow, but the Eclipse 5 was designed to be even better, tougher and with more features and abilities. Here are the differences between the old to the new.

    Improved DC Charging

    If you wanted to charge your Eclipse 3 in a car, you wouldn't be able to keep the charge high enough to power it above 96 ml on pulse dose, 2.0 LPM on continuous flow. As you might know, the Eclipse 3 has the capacity to deliver up to 3.0 LPM of continuous flow, and up to 192 ml on the pulse dose setting. The Eclipse 5 has those settings as well, but now you can run it with the DC adapter to its full capacity! It will also charge up the battery, while running the concentrator from the power source. Very helpful for those taking long trips in a motor vehicle.

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  • How to operate the SeQual Eclipse 3

    Learn how to operate the SeQual Eclipse 3. This video will teach you how to turn on and off, change settings and do a hard restart. Please contact us if you have any other questions on the SeQual Eclipse 3.

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  • Respirionics SimplyGo vs. SeQual Eclipse 3 Concentrator Comparison

    After making choosing an oxygen concentrator that will meet your oxygen needs, many factors go into determining the right one for you. Things like particular sleep mode features if you have special breathing needs while you sleep, battery duration, how you can recharge or add additional battery life are also important, and what you need will vary depending on your lifestyle.

    This comparison isn't meant to prove one portable oxygen concentrator better than the other – it's to help you decide which one is better for you, as an individual. These two portable oxygen concentrators we are comparing today, are the Sequal Eclipse 3 and the SimplyGo, both of which can provide both continuous oxygen flow, as well as pulse dose.

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  • Sequal Eclipse 3 Questions and Answers

    The Eclipse 3 is the third in the Sequal Eclipse series, which means it still has the great features that people like about the Eclipse and the Eclipse 2, only with some improvements along the way. It can deliver both pulse dose and continuous flow. The pulse doses are measured in 16 mL increments, with a range of 16 to 192 mL. The continuous flow settings are in 0.5 LPM, and go from 0.5 to 3 LPM (Liters Per Minute). This is one of our most powerful and versatile portable models.

    Understandably, many people still have questions about oxygen concentrators that they need answered before they commit to buy, even after reading product descriptions. Here is a collection of our most frequently answered questions, so maybe they will cover some of the things you might be wondering about the Sequal Eclipse 3.

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  • An In-Depth Look at the SeQual Eclipse 3

    The third generation of SeQual's Eclipse, the Eclipse 3, is a portable oxygen concentrator that provides the most reliable continuous flow oxygen along with a pulse dose option. This fully functioning, robust system fulfills clinical oxygen needs while simultaneously offering desired portability and freedom. Regain your freedom to move freely about your home, take trips to the grocery store, day trips with grandchildren, and even travel with the Eclipse 3.

    Highlights:

    • Single solution for oxygen dependent patients fulfills clinical needs with the portability that patients want.
    • Battery can last for over 3 hours and can recharge while in use
    • AutoSAT adjusts to your respiratory rate

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  • SeQual Eclipse 3 Frequently Asked Questions

    What is the maximum setting of pulse and continuous settings on the SeQual Eclipse 3?
    The SeQual Eclipse 3 has a maximum setting of 6 on pulse and a maximum continuous setting of 3. This machine can be used during the day and at night, pulse for day if doctor recommended and continuous flow for night.

    Will the SeQual Eclipse 3 fit under a seat in an airplane?
    The SeQual Eclipse 3’s dimensions are: 12.3 in X 19.3 in X 7.1 in depending on the type of aircraft you are traveling on, this machine may or may not fit under the seat in an airplane. You also have to take into consideration the larger wheels on the cart, the cart will have to be detracted from the unit and stored in the overhead compartment.

    What is the noise level of the SeQual Eclipse 3?
    The SeQual Eclipse 3 has a rated decibel level DBA of 40 on a setting of 3 pulse. On continuous flow at the highest setting 3, the machine had a decibel level DBA of 48. When you increase the settings of the machine, the DBA level will increase because the compressor has to work at a faster rate in order to operate at a higher setting.

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  • SeQual Eclipse 3 Trouble Shooting Guide

    Having problems with you SeQual Eclipse 3? Look at our SeQual Eclipse Trouble Shooting Guide. Here you will find solutions to the problems and alarm codes that you are getting from your machine. If you can not find the solution, please contact us and we would be happy to help you.

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  • Smallest Portable Oxygen Concentrator

    If you are a current oxygen user or are looking into buying a unit you likely have heard of the LifeChoice machine. It is the smallest and lightest concentrator available and it delivers true mobility and independence. The LifeChoice is a pulse dose system that supplies a 1, 2 or 3LPM of supplemental oxygen to patients.

    One of the great features of this unit is the unique sleep mode technology; this allows patients to use their unit continuously 24 hours a day. The sleep mode setting has an increased sensitivity so that it can detect breathing easier and insure that the patient is receiving the necessary oxygen therapy. A second great feature is the great battery life of the LifeChoice. The internal battery alone runs for approximately 2 hours, but with the included supplemental battery pack it can last over 5 hours.
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