EverGo Portable Oxygen
The EverGo Portable Oxygen Concentrator from
Philips Respironics is the oxygen therapy solution that lets active
patients do the things they want – without worrying about running out of
oxygen. Its 8-hour battery life, 1050 ml per minute oxygen
capacity, lightweight design (weighs less than 10 pounds), and
easy-to-use touch screen mean patients can finally be active all
8-Hour Battery Life,* 1050 ml/minute
Oxygen Capacity Mean More Freedom for Patients
EverGo is the portable oxygen therapy solution that truly
gives active patients the freedom they deserve. EverGo’s
extra-long battery life gives patients the freedom to be
spontaneous; and its larger oxygen capacity means patients can test
their limits – without being limited by the device.
*Based on 20 breaths per minute and a typical device setting of
FAA - Approved for airline travel
Non-medical design looks like an ordinary carry-on bag or
Lightweight weighs less than 10 pounds
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||Easy-to-use touch screen interface controls all EverGo
functions and clearly shows battery life and prescribed
||Easy access to batteries makes them easy to change and
charge – plus EverGo can be simultaneously charged and
||Low maintenance just one easy-to-remove filter for
patients to clean.
Traveling with Portable
For oxygen patients who love to travel and
don’t want to be tied down by conventional oxygen therapy,
the EverGo portable oxygen concentrator from Philips Respironics is
the answer. EverGo portable oxygen concentrator
weighs less than ten pounds, has an eight-hour battery life, and
can deliver 1050 ml/min of oxygen, making it ideal for oxygen
patients traveling by plane, train, bus or car.
With its impressive oxygen generating capacity and long battery
life of eight hours (on a typical patient setting of 2), oxygen
patients never have to worry about storing oxygen tanks, waiting
for home deliveries, or most importantly, running out of oxygen.
And the EverGo offers three power options - AC, DC, and two
Travel tips for oxygen
Traveling can seem daunting for people who require
supplemental oxygen. But you don’t have to give up the
ability to travel. With proper planning and guidance, you can go on
a weekend getaway or a week-long vacation without worry.
The following are tips that you can use to plan
your next trip.
Speak with your doctor to make sure it is safe for
you to travel.
Obtain a current physician order (prescription) for
your oxygen. Keep a copy with you at all times.
Decide where, how and when you will travel.
Contact your oxygen provider.
EverGo Patient FAQs
How does the EverGo portable oxygen
concentrator work (produce oxygen)?
The Respironics EverGo portable concentrator separates oxygen from
room air and delivers it through a single lumen cannula. Room air
contains approximately 21 percent oxygen and 79 percent nitrogen.
By passing the air through a series of molecular, bacterial and
dust filters, EverGo removes nitrogen and stores nearly pure
Is the EverGo portable oxygen
concentrator right for me?
Only you and your doctor can determine if EverGo is the right
oxygen concentrator for you. If you are active and require a highly
portable source of oxygen, EverGo is ideal.
What does the EverGo portable oxygen
9.9 lbs (4.5 kg) with 2 batteries and carrying case
8.5 lbs (3.8 kg) with 1 battery and carrying case
How long can EverGo operate on battery
Its two rechargeable batteries provide up to 8 hours of oxygen
while operating at a typical patient setting of two (20 breaths per
minute). See the chart below.
What is EverGo’s oxygen producing
EverGo can deliver a maximum of 1050 ml/min. That is more oxygen
per minute than any other portable concentrator available.
What size is EverGo?
It is about the size of a camera bag or small carry-on bag.
12" L x 6" W x 8.5" H (30.5 cm L x 15.25 cm W x 21.6 cm H)
Can I use the EverGo while I sleep?
Your doctor can determine whether or not the EverGo portable
concentrator is appropriate for you while you sleep. An overnight
pulse oximetry test may be necessary to measure your oxygen
saturation level while using EverGo at night.
Can I use the EverGo portable oxygen
concentrator when I travel?
EverGo is ideal for people who enjoy traveling and rely upon oxygen
therapy. EverGo operates from a wall outlet (AC power), an
automobile charger (DC power), or its internal rechargeable
batteries, two lithium ion batteries similar to the type used in
laptop computers. The device has been cleared for air travel by the
FAA. Because airline policies for traveling with an oxygen
concentrator vary, you need to check with your airline before
flying with EverGo.
Which airlines permit the use of the EverGo
portable oxygen concentrator?
The list of commercial air carriers allowing the use of EverGo
during flight is growing monthly. Check the current list of
carriers that have cleared EverGo for air travel.
How do I get an EverGo portable
Use of EverGo requires a physician’s prescription. Please
contact your local homecare equipment provider for more
|AC Power Universal
||Input: 100-240 VAC, 50-60 Hz, 1.0 Amp;
Output: 18 VDC, 5 Amp
||12-18 VDC, 5 Amp
||110 W at 100 VAC (charging),
120 W at 240 VAC (charging); 70 W (not charging)
||89% +/- 3%
||Pulse Dose Settings 1-6 in 0.5 increments
||10 lbs (4.5 kg) with 2 batteries,
8.5 lbs (3.9 kg) with 1 battery
||Length: 12 in (30.5 cm) Width: 6 in (15.2 cm) Height: 8.5 in
||2 batteries = 8 hours (setting of 2, 20 bpm),
1 battery = 4 hours (setting of 2, 20 bpm)
||43 dBA typical at a Setting of 2
||Gross particle, inlet filter, micro-felt filter (bacteria)
|Oxygen Purity Alarms
||Low oxygen at 83%
||41F to 104F (5C to 40C)
||-4F to 140F (-20C to 60C) up to 95% RH non-condensing
||Up to 95% relative humidity
||Up to 8000 ft
|Alarms and Indicators
||Low battery at 17 minutes life left; battery status on touch
screen and on battery; no breath alarm after 2 minutes
||1.05 liters per minute (pulse dosed)