SeQual Eclipse 5

  • Portable Oxygen Concentrators Over 10 Pounds

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


    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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  • Why You Should Get the Eclipse 5 for Travel

    If there was ever a perfect portable oxygen concentrator for any type of travel, it would be the newest of the Eclipse models from SeQual, the Eclipse 5. It has all of the great features of the Eclipse 3, with improvements that have pushed it above and beyond most expectations for oxygen therapy on the go. If you are planning a trip and haven't yet decided on a portable oxygen concentrator to take with you on your journey, you will want to take this one into consideration.

    Like all of our portable oxygen concentrators, the SeQual Eclipse 5 is approved by the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA). This means it has already been approved for use on most airlines, and he concentrator itself, or the accessory bag containing your batteries won't count as part of your carry on limit.

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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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  • The New SeQual Eclipse 5 – Best in Versatility

    The SeQual Eclipse models have always been a leader in robust, dependable and versatile portable oxygen concentrators. If you can only get one oxygen concentrator, the Eclipse 5 would be your best bet. Of course, this depends on your prescribed oxygen needs, but it's very likely that the Eclipse 5 has your oxygen needs covered.

    As with any kind of oxygen concentrator, the Eclipse 5 works by bringing in the oxygen around you, filtering it within the machine to deliver a high oxygen purity to you through your mask or cannula. As one of the newest models by SeQual, you can count on this concentrator being dependable, and able to be used day in and day out.

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  • Concentrator Comparison: Respironics SimplyGo vs. SeQual Eclipse 3

    The Respironics SimplyGo and the SeQual Eclipse 3 are innovative portable oxygen concentrators that simplify supplemental oxygen therapy for patients. Like most portable oxygen concentrators, both the SimplyGo and Eclipse offer pulse dose oxygen delivery. These units stand out from other POCs on the market because they can also be used as continuous flow oxygen concentrators.

    Here's a closer look at the similarities and differences between the SimplyGo and Eclipse 3 to help you decide which portable oxygen system is best for you.

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