Eclipse 5 Portable Oxygen Concentrator Bundle (Continuous Flow & Pulse Dose)
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PERFORMANCE & DURABILITY
The Eclipse has always been known as a durable and powerful portable oxygen solution. Eclipse 5 goes a step further with an updated internal design, more robust construction, and added convenience features. The Eclipse 5 is still a power miser so it won't generate a lot of heat or noise, and it won't be a drain on your electric bills; plus the updated motor enables higher oxygen flows from DC power and improves battery charging.
POWER FOR EVERY SITUATION
The Eclipse 5 comes complete with an AC power cord for home use, a DC power cord for use on the road, and a battery pack (power cartridge) for use when fixed power sources aren't available. The Eclipse 5's battery will take over automatically when you unplug the concentrator from an external power source and each power cartridge will last up to 5 hours between charges. Batteries can easily be switched out with spares to extend your time away from a fixed power source; and power cartridges WILL recharge automatically when the Eclipse is plugged into any external power supply like an AC or DC outlet.
ALL THE OXYGEN, ALL THE TIME
Like heavy home oxygen concentrators the Eclipse 5 delivers Continuous Flow oxygen up to 3LPM so it's great for use at night and during exercise. When you want to extend battery life, or prefer to switch to on demand oxygen therapy, the Eclipse delivers Pulse Dose oxygen up to a setting of 9.
INTELLIGENT AUTOSAT PULSE DOSES
Eclipse 5's AutoSAT technology adjusts oxygen production automatically to match oxygen demands as your respiratory rate as it changes -- increasing or decreasing -- naturally during the day. So, if you breathe faster, the Eclipse 5 will increase oxygen production to maintain a consistent pulse dose volume for every breath you take. When your breathing slows back down the Eclipse will automatically reduce production in order to save energy for when you need it most.
LIVE YOUR WAY EVERY DAY
Great for home but made for travel the Eclipse 5 lets you live life your way. At just 18.4 pounds with a battery it is easy to take with you wherever you want to go. The rugged travel cart with large wheels is great for city or country terrain; the universal power supply is ready for use in most countries worldwide; and of course the Eclipse 5 is FAA approved for use on all commercial flights. Whether it's a walk around the block, a trip to the market, a round of golf, or a flight to Spain the Eclipse 5 is ready with the oxygen you need. It's easy and convenient so you never need to wait of oxygen deliveries or worry about storing oxygen at home again. Choose an eclipse and live life your way, every day!
EASY TO LIVE WITH
The Eclipse 5 is powerful; but it's also easy to live with! With a simple to use, top facing control panel, a backlit display, and audible alarms you'll always know exactly how your Eclipse is performing, what your oxygen level is, and when you need to change your battery. An adjustable oxygen therapy rise time ensures that the beginning of therapy is comfortable; and the only maintenance typically needed is washing the air filter about once a month!
- Eclipse 5 Portable Concentrator Brochure (PDF)
- Eclipse 5 Portable Concentrator User Manual (PDF)
- Eclipse 5 Portable Concentrator Quick Start Guide (PDF)
- Eclipse 3 Portable Concentrator Travel Times Table (PDF)
- Eclipse 5 Portable Concentrator Getting Started (Vimeo)
- Eclipse 5 Portable Concentrator Clinical Capabilities (Vimeo)
- Can I use the Eclipse 5 at 3 LPM Continuous Flow with DC Power?
The Eclipse 5 can run at all settings, Continuous Flow and Pulse Dose, when using DC power; however the wattage limitations of your DC power outlet can effect which flow rates are available. The Eclipse 5 requires between 45-145 Watts of power for proper operation. (Review the POWER CONSUMPTION table elsewhere on this page for approximate power levels required at each flow setting.) If the maximum power available from your DC power outlet is less than that required by the Eclipse 5, the unit may alarm and/or shut down. For example, if your DC outlet has a maximum draw of 120 Watts, it will not run the Eclipse 5 at 3 LPM Continuous Flow because this requires more wattage than the outlet will allow. A DC outlet with a maximum draw of 120 Watts will still run the Eclipse 5; but you may need to choose a lower Continuous Flow setting or switch to Pulse Dose therapy.
- How can I maximize the power available from my DC outlet?
Many DC outlets have a maximum power draw listed directly on them so if you check your outlet (or the manual that came with your car or DC power source), it may help you determine the total power you have available. In addition DC power availability can be effected by the quality of the current electrical system, the condition of the DC power source's battery, distance from the battery to the DC outlet, other devices running on DC power, etc. For maximum performance make sure your DC power source (i.e. car) has been warmed up for a few minutes before plugging in the Eclipse 5, make sure to use the DC outlet closest to the DC power source, and make sure that no other devices are currently using the same DC power source.
- How do I determine the Eclipse 5's maximum flow rate in my car?
To determine your Eclipse 5's maximum flow setting in the current DC power situation use the following procedure:
- Start the car, rev it up and let it run for a few minutes.
- Insert the Eclipse 5 power cord into the DC outlet.
- Power up the Eclipse 5 at .5 LPM Continuous Flow and let it run for 60-90 seconds.
- If the unit is performing as expected, increase the flow setting to 1.0 LPM Continuous Flow and again let it run for 60-90 seconds.
- Continue this procedure at each flow rate until you've reached your desired flow setting.
- If the Eclipse 5 shuts off or alarms at any flow rate, that would indicate you have passed the maximum flow rate available under current conditions (i.e. using the current power outlet).
- When I use the Eclipse 5 with DC Power the unit sounds an alarm, displays red asterisks on the screen, and shuts down. What is causing this?
This behavior indicates the Eclipse is not drawing sufficient power from the DC outlet to run at the current flow settings. To correct the problem use the instructions above to determine the Eclipse 5's maximum flow rate in your current situation.
- When using the Eclipse 5 with DC Power and the battery installed the unit produces an audible alarm and error every 45 seconds or so. What causes this behavior and how can it be stopped?
The description above suggests that the DC power is not quite sufficient for current power needs and therefore the unit is switching back and forth between battery power and DC power during operation. To solve this problem either remove the battery from the Eclipse 5 during DC operation or use the method described above to determine the Eclipse 5's maximum flow rate in your current situation.
- Manufacturer Caire SeQual AirSep
- In the Package For a limited time all Eclipse 5 Bundles include a FREE Fingertip Pulse Oximeter! Eclipse 5 Portable Oxygen Concentrator with AutoSAT, Rechargeable Battery (Power Cartridge), AC Power Supply, DC Power Supply, Universal Travel Cart, 10 Nasal Cannulas, 3-Year Manufacturer's Warranty, and Printed User Manuals. Additional Batteries and Extras included depending on Bundle selected during checkout.
- Part Number(s) 6900-SEQ
- HCPCS Code E1390
- GTIN / UPC Code 00881314594429
Warranty Notes: Warranty applies to primary item. Accessory and parts warranties may vary. Review manufacturer's documentation for full details.
- Prescription Item Prescription required for the purchase of this item.
- Country of Origin China (Typical)
- Each Eclipse 5 carries an FAA Approved label for easy identification. This product is approved by the FAA for use on all commercial flights within the US and all international flights that depart or arrive in the US. Click here for TSA / FAA information on traveling with sleep and oxygen therapy. Always contact your airline prior to your flight to confirm any requirements they may have (i.e. a copy of your prescription or a letter of medical necessity) for allowing your device on board.
- Size (Approx) 19.3 x 12.3 x 7.1 Inches
- Weight (Approx) 18.4 Lbs with Battery
Oxygen Performance Specifications
- Continuous Settings .5 to 3 LPM (in .5 Increments)
- Pulse Dose Settings 1 to 9
- Oxygen Per Pulse 16mL - 192mL (Average Bolus Size)
- Oxygen Concentration 90% +/- 3% at Sea Level
40 dBa at 3 Pulse Dose
48 dBa at 2 LPM Continuous Flow (Typical)
- Operating Altitude Up to 13,123 Feet
Tubing & Cannula Length
Up to 7 Feet in Pulse Mode
Up to 50 Fee in Continuous Flow Mode (Maximum)
- Filters External: Reusable Air Inlet Filter
- Alarms Loss of Power, Low Battery, Low Therapeutic Oxygen Output, Oxygen Flow Outside Normal Limits, No Inspiration Detected in Pulse Dose Mode, Unit Malfunction, Oxygen Concentration Indicator (Green=Normal, Yellow=Warning, Red=Abnormal)
- AC (Wall) Power 100 - 240 VAC, 50/60 Hz
- Setting 1 = 44 Watts Pulse; 53 Watts Continuous
- Setting 2 = 54 Watts Pulse; 83 Watts Continuous
- Setting 3 = 64 Watts Pulse; 143 Watts Continuous
- Setting 4 = 75 Watts Pulse
- Setting 5 = 85 Watts Pulse
- Setting 6 = 95 Watts Pulse
- DC (Mobile) Power Included in Package
- Battery Power 1 or More Batteries Included
- Battery Type Rechargeable Lithium Ion
- Battery Weight 3.4 Lbs (Approx)
Battery Run Time
- Setting 1.0 = 5.4 Hrs Pulse; 3.7 Hrs Continuous
- Setting 2.0 = 5.1 Hrs Pulse; 2.0 Hrs Continuous
- Setting 3.0 = 4.9 Hrs Pulse; 1.3 Hrs Continuous
- Setting 4.0 = 4.0 Hrs Pulse
- Setting 5.0 = 3.7 Hrs Pulse
- Setting 6.0 = 3.5 Hrs Pulse
- 128mL (Setting 7) = 2.5 Hrs Pulse
- 160mL (Setting 8) = 2.0 Hrs Pulse
- 192mL (Setting 9) = 1.7 Hrs Pulse
- Recharge Time 1.8 to 5.0 Hours dependent on flow settings. Battery will recharge whenever external AC is connected. The battery will also recharge whenever DC power at a continuous flow setting of 2 LPM or less. (Typical Per Battery)
- Battery Notes Batteries will charge sufficient whenever AC or DC Power is available. Pulse Dose battery run time measured at approximately 12 BPM.