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1. What Airlines have been approved?
 
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Many airlines have approved the Eclipse for use on board their airlines. Each airline may have specific requirements for patients traveling with their own portable oxygen system. The patient should check with the carrier for details on approvals and special arrangements to bring the Eclipse on the airplane.

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2. Can the Eclipse lie on its back under the seat of the airline?
 
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Yes.

3. What is AutoSAT™ Technology?
 
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AutoSat is a robust pulse delivery system that maintains a consistent bolus size for every breath as your patients’ respiratory rate increases or decreases. Therefore, if the patient has been properly titrated, the clinical efficacy of bolus size and FIO2 are never compromised.

4. How much does Eclipse weight?
 
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Eclipse 3

- With power cartridge: 18.4 pounds (8.3 kg)
- Without power cartridge: 15 pounds (6.8 kg)

Eclipse 2

- With power cartridge: 17.9 pounds (8.1 kg)
- Without power cartridge: 14.5 pounds (6.6 kg)

5. What’s the different between oxygen concentrator and oxygen cylinder (steel cylinder)?
 
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In early years, the patient must use oxygen cylinder to get oxygen. When you think of oxygen tent, you often get the picture of those people with the mask. Which gives people a negative impression when using the oxygen tent. The pure oxygen cylinder contains 99.5% of oxygen (steel cylinder) and is saved under high pressure. The disadvantages of oxygen cylinder are the high combustion diffusion, low capacity in volume, possibility of turning into ozone and usually hard to carry. In comparison, the oxygen concentrator developed by NASA uses separated oxygen that has less risk of combustion diffusion, easy to carry, cost less, light weighted and easy to maintain. That is why they are more popular and highly used by people.

6. What’s the different between oxygen concentrator and oxygen cylinder (steel cylinder)?
 
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In early years, the patient must use oxygen cylinder to get oxygen. When you think of oxygen tent, you often get the picture of those people with the mask. Which gives people a negative impression when using the oxygen tent. The pure oxygen cylinder contains 99.5% of oxygen (steel cylinder) and is saved under high pressure. The disadvantages of oxygen cylinder are the high combustion diffusion, low capacity in volume, possibility of turning into ozone and usually hard to carry. In comparison, the oxygen concentrator developed by NASA uses separated oxygen that has less risk of combustion diffusion, easy to carry, cost less, light weighted and easy to maintain. That is why they are more popular and highly used by people.

7. What is PSA (Pressure Swing Adsorption) oxygen concentrator?
 
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PSA (Pressure Swing Adsorption) used the principle of pressure transformer method to create pollute-less oxygen. This environmental friendly oxygen is suitable for long-term development of future technology.

8. Who are the users of oxygen concentrator?
 
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Medical oxygen concentrator is provided for those people who need a long term supply on pure oxygen. For example such as chronic pulmonary emphysema patient can use the easy plug and use application to get the highly concentrated oxygen. Our company also provides the general use oxygen concentrator. Please contact us for more information.

9. What is the difference between medical use oxygen and beauty therapy oxygen?
 
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Medical use oxygen contains over 85% pure oxygen. To use the medical use oxygen (steel cylinder), it must be prescript by doctors, where as beauty therapy oxygen only contains 30% to 40% pure oxygen that is safer and easy to use and good for human health.

10. Which patients require ambulatory oxygen therapy?
 
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Usually, ambulatory oxygen therapy has been traditionally provide small cylinders. These have a limited capacity, providing only 2 hours at 2 LPM, and cannot be refilled in the patient's home.

11. What is ambulatory oxygen therapy and what are its benefits?
 
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Ambulatory oxygen therapy provides portable oxygen during exercise and activities of daily living. It may be used as part of continuous oxygen therapy in which case its benefits are those of long term oxygen therapy (LTOT). When used in isolation the benefits are less clear cut. Ambulatory oxygen therapy can improve exercise tolerance, quality of life and compliance with LTOT.

12. The Eclipse rechargeable battery life is several times
 
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The normal charge and discharges 500 times still may maintain 80% capacity.

13. What influence will the temperature of rechargeable battery of Eclipse have to the machine too high?
 
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Hold as inside electricity temperature when exceeding 60 degrees Centigrade, the machine will give out the alarm sound, will close the whole system when exceeding 70 degrees Centigrade

14. Can I take Eclipse oxygen concentrator on a plane?
 
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In September of 2006 the FAA approved the use of the Eclipse oxygen concentrator for airline passengers. Patients wishing to use the should contact their airline to determine the airline’s policy regarding their use.

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