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DeVilbiss iFill Personal Oxygen Station

 DeVilbiss iFill Personal Oxygen Station

Devilbiss has been an industry leader in the portable oxygen concentrator market by introducing the iGo Portable Oxygen Concentrator and the iFill Personal Oxygen Station. The iGo portable concentrator is FAA approved for air travel and offers a 1-3LPM continuous flow mode which other portable concentrators do not have. The iFill Personal Oxygen Station allow the patient to safely, quickly and conveniently fill their own oxygen tanks in their own home without the hassle of calling your rental company to come out and replace your empty tanks.

DeVilbiss iFill Personal Oxygen Station: Model 535D

The DeVilbiss iFill Personal Oxygen Station represents the latest in portable oxygen convenience, providing unmatched flexibility and ease of use.The iFill unit extracts purified oxygen from room air using standard oxygen concentrator technology. Existing oxygen patient? Dont worryiFill can be used with any manufacturers concentratoreven yours. Connectors on the cylinder and iFill unit simply click into place. Control panel lights indicate when the cylinder is filling and when the cylinder is full. An M6 iFill cylinder can be filled in just a little over an hournot the two hours it can take with other in-home oxygen filling units. Shorter fill times save energy costs. * The unit is designed to fill oxygen cylinders only and cannot be used for direct oxygen inspiration. With the DeVilbiss iFill Oxygen System you can get out and live. Research findings confirm that active patients on Continuous Oxygen Therapy (COT) have a significantly higher survival rate than inactive patients on Nocturnal Oxygen Therapy (NOT). iFill can be placed and used virtually anywhere in the homeminimizing the noise and disruption to daily life.

The iFill Personal Oxygen Station is designed to help you convert existing oxygen customers who rely on cylinder deliveries. As a result, you can adopt a non-delivery or limited delivery business model to serve more patients without adding staff or costly services. The iFill unit extracts purified oxygen from room air using standard oxygen concentrator technology. Unlike competitive units, iFill can be used with your existing concentrator fleet. iFill makes it easy and convenient for your customers to fill portable oxygen cylinders in their homes to give them greater freedom to come and go as they please. You decide when to fill and when to go iFill makes it easy and convenient for you to fill portable oxygen cylinders right in your home to give you greater freedom to come and go on your terms.

  • iFill gives you the flexibility to fill a wide range of cylinders from the M4 and M6, popular for traveling, to back-up E cylinders.
  • Select a cylinder size that best suits your out-of-home experience. For example, lightweight M6 cylinders provide up to 4 hours of portable oxygen, giving you the option to leave home without an oxygen cart. An M6 cylinder, and others, can be comfortably carried by shoulder strap or around the waist.
  • All cylinders can be refilled as often as you need.

iFill Packages

  • 535D: DeVilbiss iFill Personal Oxygen Station
  • 535D-M6-PD-PKG: iFill, 2-M6 cylinders w/integrated PD1000A; carrying case
  • 535D-ML6-PD-PKG: iFill, 2-ML6 cylinders w/integrated PD1000A; carrying case
  • 535D-2CP: iFill, 2-C cylinders w/integrated PD1000A; carrying case
  • 535D-2DP: iFill, 2-D cylinders w/integrated PD1000A; carrying case
  • 535D-2EP: iFill, 2-E cylinders w/integrated PD1000A; cart
  • 535D-2M6C: iFill, 2-M6-CF cylinders w/integrated CF regulator; carrying case
  • 535D-2ML6C: iFill, 2-ML6-CF cylinders w/integrated CF regulator; carrying case
  • 535D-2CC: iFill, 2-C-CF cylinders w/integrated CF regulator; carrying case
  • 535D-2DC: iFill, 2-D-CF cylinders w/integrated CF regulator; carrying case
  • 535D-2EC: iFill, 2-E-CF cylinders w/integrated CF regulator; cart
  • 535D-2M4P-1EC: iFill, 2-M4 cylinders w/integrated PD1000A; 1 E-CF cylinders w/integrated CF regulator; carrying case
  • 535D-2M6P-1EC: iFill, 2-M6 cylinders w/integrated PD1000A; 1 E-CF cylinders w/integrated CF regulator; carrying case
  • 535D-2ML6P-1EC: iFill, 2-ML6 cylinders w/integrated PD1000A; 1 E-CF cylinders w/integrated CF regulator; carrying case
  • 535D-2M4P-1EP: iFill, 2-M4 cylinders w/integrated PD1000A; 1 E cylinder w/integrated PD1000A; carrying case
  • 535D-2M6P-1EP: iFill, 2-M6 cylinders w/integrated PD1000A; 1 E cylinder w/integrated PD1000A; carrying case
  • 535D-2ML6P-1EP: iFill, 2-ML6 cylinders w/integrated PD1000A; 1 E cylinder w/integrated PD1000A; carrying case
  • 535D-2CP-1EP: iFill, 2-C cylinders w/integrated PD1000A; 1 E cylinder w/integrated PD1000A; carrying case
  • 535D-2DP-1EP: iFill, 2-D cylinders w/integrated PD1000A; 1 E cylinder w/integrated PD1000A; carrying case

Devibliss 535D iFill Performance Features:

  • Fills M6 cylinders in just a little over an hour not the two hours or more that it can take with other in-home oxygen filling units; shorter fill times save energy costs
  • Easily tops off partially-filled cylinders
  • Automatically shuts off when filling is complete
  • Choice of cylinders Standard 870 Post Valve, DeVilbiss PulseDose Oxygen Conserving Device or Continuous Flow regulator
  • Simple 3-step operation

Design Features

  • Fills iFill proprietary cylinders
  • Can be placed and used virtually anywhere in the home, minimizing noise and disruption to daily life
  • Intuitive design is easy to use simply align the cylinders nipple connector with the fill connector on the unit and click into place
  • Easy-roll casters make iFill easy to move and store when not in use
  • Control panel light signals when cylinder is filling and when its full
  • Large cylinder release ring is designed for individuals with limited dexterity; requires little pressure to depress

iFill Technical Specifications

  • Product Weight 66 lbs.
  • Product Dimensions 28.5" H x 12.25" W x 22.5" D
  • Oxygen Purity 93% +/- 3%
  • Sound Level 50 dBA
  • Filling Time 75 Minutes (M6 Cylinder)
  • Electrical Requirements 115V, 60 Hz, 4.1 Amps
  • Power Consumption 400 Watts Avg.
  • Cylinder Top Off Yes
  • Warranty 3 years or 8000 hours whichever comes first

870 Post Valve Cylinders

  • 535D-C-870 C cylinder w/iFill Adapter and 870 Post
  • 535D-D-870 D cylinder w/iFill Adapter and 870 Post
  • 535D-ML6-870 ML6 cylinder w/iFill Adapter and 870 Post
  • 535D-M4-870 M4 cylinder w/iFill Adapter and 870 Post
  • 535D-M6-870 M6 cylinder w/iFill Adapter and 870 Post

Filling The iFill Oxygen Cylinder

NOTE Do not use cylinder while filling.

NOTE Refer to the General Dangers & Warnings and the Handling Warnings in this manual.

  1. Make sure the personal oxygen station is plugged in.
  2. Make sure the cylinder is securely connected to the oxygen station. Refer to Connecting The iFill Oxygen Cylinder To The DeVilbiss iFill Personal Oxygen Station.
  3. Push the start/stop switch on the control panel (Figure 3).
  4. following sequence of events should occur:
    • The FILLING (green) light will illuminate while the cylinder is filling (refer to iFill Oxygen Cylinder Fill Times).
    • The FULL (green) light will illuminate when the cylinder is full. Proceed to Removing the iFill Oxygen Cylinder

NOTE If the Service (RED) light and audible alert are on, proceed to Troubleshooting in this instruction manual.

Setting Up Your Devilbiss Oxygen Concentrator

  1. . Position your unit near an electrical outlet in the room where you spend most of your time. Keep the oxygen concentrator at least 5 feet (1.6 m) from hot, sparking objects or naked sources of flame. NOTE Do not connect to an electrical outlet controlled by a wall switch. No other appliances should be plugged into the wall outlet.
  2. Position your unit at least 6 inches (16 cm) from walls, draperies, or any other objects that might prevent the proper flow of air in and out of your oxygen concentrator. The oxygen concentrator should be located so as to avoid pollutants or fumes.

Before Operat ing Your Devilbiss Oxygen Concentrator

  1. Before operating your unit, always check to be sure the air filter (located on the back of your unit) is clean. Proper cleaning of this filter is discussed in the Caring For Your Concentrator section on page 7.
  2. Attach the appropriate oxygen accessories to the oxygen outlet.

    Oxygen Tubing Connection:

    1. Thread the oxygen outlet connector onto the oxygen outlet.
    2. Attach the oxygen tubing directly to the connector (Figure 3).

    Oxygen Tubing Connection With Humidification:

    If your physician has prescribed an oxygen humidifier as part of your therapy, follow these steps:

  3. Fill the humidifier bottle with distilled water. Do not overfill. (If using a prefill, go to letter b.)
  4. Thread the wing nut located on the top of the humidifier bottle to the oxygen outlet so that it is suspended (Figure 4). Make sure it is securely tightened.
  5. Attach the oxygen tubing directly to the humidifier bottle outlet fitting (Figure 5).

Your physician has prescribed either a nasal cannula or face mask. In most cases, they are already attached to the oxygen tubing. If not, follow the manufacturers instructions for attachment

Remove the power cord completely from the line cord strap. Make sure the power switch is in the Off position, and insert the plug into the wall outlet. The unit is double insulated to guard against electric shock.

How to Operate Your DeVilbiss Oxygen Concentrator:

Oxygen causes rapid burning. Do not smoke while your oxygen concentrator is operating, or when you are near a person utilizing oxygen therapy. Keep the oxygen concentrator at least 5 feet (1.6 m) from hot, sparking objects or naked sources of flame.

  1. Press the power switch to the On position. When the unit is turned On, all four lights (Power, Service Required, Low Oxygen, and Normal Oxygen) on the front panel will illuminate briefly and audible signal will briefly alarm. After a few seconds, only the Power and Normal Oxygen lights will remain lit.
  2. Check the flow meter to make sure that the flow meter ball is centered on the line next to the prescribed number of your flow rate.
    CAUTION It is very important to follow your oxygen prescription. Do not increase or decrease the flow of oxygen consult your physician.
    NOTE Your DeVilbiss provider may have preset the flow meter so that it can not be adjusted.
    NOTE If the flow meter knob is turned clockwise, the flow decreases (and eventually will shut off the oxygen flow). If the knob is turned counterclockwise, the flow increases.
    NOTE For prescriptions of 5 LPM, be sure the ball is centered on the 5 liter line; the ball should not touch the red line. Setting the flow higher than 5 may cause the oxygen purity level to drop.
    NOTE The low-flow alarm will activate if the flow meter ball is set below .3 lpm. The unit will continue to run; however, the Service Required light will come on accompanied by an audible alarm. Adjust the flow meter to your prescribed flow.
  3. Your DeVilbiss concentrator is now ready for use, properly position the cannula or mask (Figure 6). Allow 20 minutes for oxygen concentrator to reach stated performance

iGo Portable Oxygen Concentrator: 306DS

The iGo Portable Oxygen System is a lightweight, three-liter oxygen concentrator that is capable of operating from three different power sources: AC Power, DC Power, or Rechargeable Battery.The DeVilbiss iGo has been put through aggressive durability testing to ensure consistent, reliable performance. The iGo is the perfect solution to keep pace with an active lifestyle. This small,

iGo Portable Oxygen System

iGo Portable Oxygen System

portable oxygen system provides two modes of operation continuous flow or PulseDose delivery. The reliability and safety of PulseDose oxygen delivery has been proven effective in clinical testing as well as through independent tests performed by physicians and respiratory therapists. The iGo Portable Oxygen System is the perfect solution for keeping an active lifestyle. This lightweight, 3-liter, portable oxygen system provides two modes of operation - continuous flow or PulseDose delivery. The reliability and safety of PulseDose oxygen delivery has been proven effective in clinical testing as well as through independent tests performed by physicians and respiratory therapists.

The iGo comes complete with a battery, AC power adapter, mains lead and DC power adapter. The iGo can be transported using a wheeled carry case for added portability. The iGo includes the DeVilbiss Oxygen Sensing Device and service alerts to give peace of mind that the iGo is delivering exactly what is required.

iGo Design Features:

306DS-627 Remote Humidifier Stand
444-507 Elbow Humidifier Adapter Kit
306D-413 DeVilbiss Rechargeable Battery
306CH Battery Charger
306DS-625 Rolling Carry Case
306DS-635 Deluxe Rolling Carry Case
306DS-626 Detachable Wheeled Cart
306DS-655 Accessory Bag
306DS-611 Air Filter
306DS-652 DC Adapter
306DS-651 Adapter (Includes USA Power Cord)
306DS-601 USA Power Cord
306DS-602 Continental Europe Power Cord
306DS-603 UK Power Cord
306DS-604 Australia Power Cord
306DS-605 China Power Cord

Frequently Asked Questions iGo Portable Oxygen System

Q1: How long will the iGo battery pack operate the unit?
A1: The actual run time of the iGo on the internal battery pack depends on several factors, including
flow rate, breath rate, altitude, temperature and the age of the battery pack. Following are run-time
estimates for the iGo with a new, fully charged battery pack:
Setting Continuous Flow PulseDose (20 BPM)
1.0 4.0 hours 5.4 hours
2.0 2.4 hours 4.7 hours
3.0 1.6 hours 4.0 hours
4.0 -- 3.5 hours
5.0 -- 3.2 hours
6.0 -- 3.0 hours
Q2: Will the run time of the iGo battery pack change?
A2: Yes. As lithium ion batteries age, the duration of operation will decline. The iGo battery pack may
operate at as low as 80% of its usual life when it was new.
Q3: Can I use an external charger to charge the iGo battery pack?
A3: Yes, an iGo Battery Charger is available for purchase. It was designed to recharge iGo batteries
separate from the iGo unit in approximately three hours.
Q4: Can I use the iGo in a different carrying case?
A4: No. iGo can only be used inside an approved DeVilbiss carrying case. Approved carrying cases
have proper ventilation screens to provide adequate airflow for operation and cooling.
Q5: My iGo is plugged into an AC wall outlet, but the battery is not charging. Why is this?
A5: If the battery is too hot or too cold the iGo charge circuit will not charge the battery. Please allow
the battery to warm or cool to room temperature before charging.
Q6: The iGo is making noise while plugged in even though I am not using it. Why is this?
A6: The internal cooling fan on the iGo will continue to operate while charging the battery. This is done
to keep the battery at an appropriate temperature and speed up the charge time. The fan will shut
off as soon as the battery is charged.
Q7: I keep pressing and holding the up or down arrows to set the flow rate, but the flow rate
does not change. Why is this?
A7: You must press the button once for each setting. This is done to prevent accidental flow rate
changes.
Q8: Can I use the iGo at high altitudes?
A8: Yes. iGo can be used at altitudes up to 13,000 feet or 4,000 meters. The iGo battery may
not last as long at different altitudes due to the change in the amount of oxygen available.
Q9: What percentage of oxygen does the iGo deliver?
A9: iGo provides 91% oxygen, +/- 3%. This purity has been tested to be clinically acceptable
for long-term oxygen therapy.
Q10: Can I use a humidifier bottle with iGo?
A10: Yes and no. You can only use a humidifier bottle with iGo while in the continuous flow mode. A
humidifier bottle cannot be used while the iGo is set to pulse mode.
Q11: Can I use the iGo 24 hours per day?
A11: Yes. iGo may be used for continuous oxygen therapy.
Q12: Can I use the iGo without a battery pack?
A12: Yes. iGo can be operated from an external power source if the battery pack is not installed.
Q13: What maintenance is required for the iGo?
A13: The dust filter located inside the handle recess should be cleaned regularly. There is no other
routine maintenance during the first 3 years of operation.
Q14: Can I leave iGo plugged in continuously even though the battery is fully charged?
A14: Yes. The iGo stops charging the battery once it is full. There is no danger in leaving the iGo
plugged in.
Q15: How do I know how much power remains in the battery?
A15: Install the battery into the iGo, and turn the unit on without external power connected. The battery
status indicator will display the amount of power remaining.
Q16: What happens if the power fails while I’m using the iGo?
A16: If you are operating the iGo from an external power sources and the external power fails, the iGo
will automatically switch to the internal battery pack (if the battery is installed). If the external
power resumes before the battery is fully discharged, iGo will automatically switch back to
external power. If the external power does not resume, the iGo will provide battery status
indications, and the iGo will sound an audible beep. The external power light on the control panel
will blink once the battery is fully depleted. If there I no internal battery pack installed, the iGo will
sound an audible beep, and the external power light on the control panel will blink immediately.
Q17: How do I know if the iGo is set to continuous flow?
A17: The green light beside the mode select button will be lit continuously.
Q18: How do I know if the iGo is set to pulse mode?
A18: The green light beside the mode select button will blink each time a breath is sensed.
Q19: How can I tell if the oxygen purity is good?
A19: As long as the green O2 light is illuminated, the iGo is delivering the proper purity of oxygen. If
the purity drops below the proper level, the yellow O2 light will be illuminated. You may continue
to use the iGo even though the yellow light is on, but you should quickly find an alternative
oxygen source. If the purity continues to drop, the red service light will illuminate. You should
immediately find an alternative oxygen source.
Q20: How long of an oxygen tube can I use with iGo?
A20: You may use a tubing length of up to 35 feet (10 meters) when in pulse mode and up to
50 feet (15 meters) while in continuous flow mode.

iGo Performance Features:

  • Settings 1 to 6 in PulseDose Mode or 1 to 3 lpm in Continuous Flow Mode
  • Integrated PulseDose oxygen conserving technology extends the use time, offering improved comfort and increased efficiency
  • Built in OSD (oxygen sensing device) ensures accurate oxygen delivery and reduced periodic maintenance schedule
  • 3-year limited warranty for the iGo Portable Oxygen System
  • 1-year limited warranty on battery
  • Increased Battery Capabilities Can last as long as 5.4 hours when operating on setting 1 in PulseDose Mode
  • Audible alerts for Power Failure, Low Battery, Low Oxygen Output, High Flow/Low Flow, No Breath Detected in PulseDose Mode, High Temperature, Unit Malfunction
  • Can be used with 50 foot tubing/cannula in continuous flow mode and 35 foot tubing/cannula in PulseDose mode