DeVilbiss® 5 Liter Oxygen Concentrator

DeVilbiss® 5 Liter Oxygen Concentrator
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Instruction Guide
WARNING–Read instruction guide before operating this equipment.
CAUTION– Federal (U.S.A.) law restricts this device to sale by or on the order
of a physician.
DANGER–NO SMOKING
ES Guía de instrucciones del concentrador de
oxígeno de 5 litros de DeVilbiss®
Advertencia–Lea la guía de instrucciones antes de poner a funcionar
este equipo.
PRECAUCION– La ley federal (EE.UU.) establece que este aparato sólo lo
puede vender un médico o por prescripción del mismo.
PELIGRO–NO FUMAR
FR Guide d’instructions du concentrateur
d’oxygène 5 litres DeVilbiss®
Avertissement–Lire le mode d’emploi avant d’utiliser ce dispositif.
Attention–En vertu de la Loi fédérale américaine, la vente de cet appareil
n’est autorisée que par un médecin ou sur ordonnance de ce dernier.
DANGER–NE PAS FUMER
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Bedienungsanleitung
Warnung–Vor Inbetriebnahme des Gerätes Bedienungshinweise lesen.
ACHTUNG– Dieses Gerät darf US-Bundesgesetzen zufolge nur von Ärzten
oder auf deren Anweisung hin verkauft werden.
Gefahr–Rauchen verboten
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DeVilbiss® Istruzioni per l’uso
Avvertenza–Leggere il manuale di istruzioni prima di usarel’apparecchio
ATTENZIONE–La legislazione federale degli Stati Uniti limita la vendita di
questo prodotto al personale medico o alle persone munite di prescrizione
medica.
PERICOLO - NON FUMARE
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zuurstofconcentrator
Waarschuwing–Lees dit instructiehandboekje zorgvuldig door voordat
u het apparaat gaat gebruiken.
Attentie–De federale wetgebing in de Verenigde Staten schrijft voor dat
dit apparaat uitsluitend mag worden verkocht of voorgeschreven door een
arts.
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PT Manual de instruções do Concentrador de
oxigênio DeVilbiss® de 5 litros
ADVERTÊNCIA– Leia o manual de instruções antes de operar este equipamento.
CUIDADO– A lei federal (EUA) restringe a venda deste aparelho a médicos
ou à sua ordem.
PERIGO – PROIBIDO FUMAR
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
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Guidance and Manufacturer’s Declaration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . EN - 8
CAUTION– Federal (U.S.A.) law restricts this device to sale by or on the order of a physician.
INDICATIONS FOR USE– The DeVilbiss Oxygen Concentrator is intended for use as an oxygen concentrator to provide supplemental low flow oxygen therapy in the home,
nursing homes, patient care facilities, etc.
warning
Under certain circumstances, oxygen therapy can be hazardous. Seek medical advice before using an oxygen concentrator.
Physician Information
Physician Name:___________________________________________________________________
Telephone: _______________________________________________________________________
Increase
Address: ________________________________________________________________________
Prescription Information
Name: __________________________________________________________________________
Oxygen liters per minute
at rest:____________________
during activity:____________________
other:______________
Oxygen use per day
Hours:_____________________________________
Minutes:____________________________
Comments:_______________________________________________________________________
DeVilbiss 5-Liter Oxygen Concentrator w/OSD Serial Number:______________________________
DeVilbiss Equipment Provider Information
Set-Up Person:____________________________________________________________________
This instruction guide was reviewed with me and I have been instructed on the safe use and care of
the DeVilbiss Oxygen Concentrator.
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Danger – No Smoking
Alternating Current
This device contains electrical and/or electronic equipment that must
be recycled per EC Directive 2002/96/EC - Waste Electrical and
Electronic Equipment (WEEE)
lectric Shock Hazard.
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Attention Consult Instruction
Guide
Double Insulated Reset
Important Safeguards
Read this entire guide before using your DeVilbiss concentrator. Important information is highlighted by these terms throughout this guide:
DANGERUrgent safety information for hazards that will cause serious injury or death.
WARNINGImportant safety information for hazards that might cause serious injury.
CAUTIONInformation for preventing damage to the product.
NOTEInformation to which you should pay special attention.
Important safeguards are indicated throughout this guide; pay special attention to all safety information.
Read All instructions before Using.
Save These Instructions.
DANGER
NO SMOKING
Introduction
This instruction guide will acquaint you with the DeVilbiss oxygen concentrator. Make sure that you read and understand this guide before operating your unit. Important
safeguards are indicated throughout this guide; pay special attention to all safety information. Contact your DeVilbiss equipment provider should you have any questions.
warning
For your safety, the oxygen concentrator must be used according to the prescription determined by your physician.
This device contains electrical and/or electronic equipment. Follow local governing ordinances and recycling plans regarding disposal of device components.
Danger
Oxygen causes rapid burning. Do not smoke while your oxygen concentrator is operating, or when you are near a person utilizing oxygen therapy. Do not use
within 5 feet (1.6m) of hot, sparking objects or naked sources of flame. NOTE–In Germany, as per BfArM requirement, oxygen devices should be kept at least 16
feet (5 m) from hot, sparking objects or naked sources of flame.
Why Your Physician Prescribed Supplemental Oxygen
Today, many people suffer from heart, lung, and other respiratory diseases. Many of these people can benefit from supplemental oxygen therapy. Your body requires a steady
supply of oxygen to function properly. Your physician prescribed supplemental oxygen for you because you are not getting enough oxygen from room air alone. Supplemental
oxygen will increase the amount of oxygen that your body receives.
Supplemental oxygen is not addictive. Your physician prescribed a specific oxygen flow to improve symptoms such as headaches, drowsiness, confusion, fatigue, or increased
irritability. If these symptoms persist after you begin your supplemental oxygen program, consult your physician.
How Your DeVilbiss Oxygen Concentrator Works
Oxygen concentrators are the most reliable, efficient, and convenient source of supplemental oxygen available today. The oxygen concentrator is electrically operated. The
unit separates oxygen from room air which allows high-purity supplemental oxygen to be delivered to you through the oxygen outlet. Although the concentrator filters the
oxygen in a room, it will not affect the normal amount of oxygen in your room.
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Important Parts of Your Concentrator
Please take time to familiarize yourself with your DeVilbiss oxygen concentrator before operating.
Front View (Figure A)
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1. Operating instructions
2. Green Power light – illuminates when your concentrator is operating.
3. Power Switch
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O = OFF
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4. Flow meter knob
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5. Flow meter
6. Circuit breaker – resets the unit after electrical overload shutdown.
7. Oxygen outlet – oxygen is dispersed through this port.
8. Normal Oxygen (green) light (see page 6).
9. Low Oxygen (yellow) light (see page 6).
10. Red Service Required light – when illuminated contact your DeVilbiss provider.
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Back View (Figure B)
11.Handgrip
12.Exhaust
13. Power cord and/or IEC power connector.
14. Line cord strap
15. Air filter – prevents dirt, dust, and lint from entering your unit.
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Accessories
Oxygen Outlet Connector - Plastic - 1/pack....................................................................................................................................................................................................... CN100
There are many different types of humidifiers, oxygen tubing, cannulas and masks that can be used with this device. Certain humidifiers and accessories may impair the
oxygen concentrator’s performance. You should contact your homecare provider for recommendations on which of these devices will be best for you. They should also give
you advice on the proper usage, maintenance, and cleaning.
Note– A maximum of 50 feet (15 meters) of crush-proof oxygen tubing plus 7 feet (2.1 meters) of cannula plus a bubble humidifier is allowed between the concentrator and
the patient.
Note–The oxygen supply accessory (patient tubing) shall be equipped with a means that in case of fire stops the delivery of oxygen to the patient. This means of protection
should be located as close to the patient as practicable.
SETTING UP YOUR OXYGEN CONCENTRATOR
1. Position your unit near an electrical outlet in the room where you spend most of your time.
danger
Keep the oxygen concentrator at least 5 feet (1.6 m) from hot, sparking objects or naked sources of flame. NOTE–In Germany, as
per BfArM requirement, oxygen devices should be kept at least 16 feet (5 m) from hot, sparking objects or naked sources of
flame.
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o 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 Operating Your 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 5.
2. Attach the appropriate oxygen accessories to the oxygen outlet.
Oxygen Tubing Connection:
a. Thread the oxygen outlet connector onto the oxygen outlet.
b. Attach the oxygen tubing directly to the connector (Figure 1).
Oxygen Tubing Connection With Humidification:
If your physician has prescribed an oxygen humidifier as part of your therapy, follow these steps:
a.Fill the humidifier bottle with distilled water. Do not overfill. (If using a prefill, go to letter b.)
b.Thread the wing nut located on the top of the humidifier bottle to the oxygen outlet so that it is suspended (Figure 2). Make sure
it is securely tightened.
c. Attach the oxygen tubing directly to the humidifier bottle outlet fitting (Figure 3).
3.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 manufacturer’s instructions for attachment.
4. 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.
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NOTE– (only 115 volt units) The plug on the DeVilbiss oxygen concentrator has one blade wider than the other. To reduce the risk of
electric shock, this plug is intended to fit in a wall outlet only one way. Do not attempt to defeat this safety feature.
warning
Improper use of the power cord and plugs can cause a burn, fire, or other electric shock hazards. Do not use the unit if the
power cord is damaged.
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Operating Your DeVilbiss Oxygen Concentrator
danger
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. NOTE–In Germany, as per BfArM requirement, oxygen devices should be kept at least 16 feet (5 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.
DANGER
NO SMOKING
danger
Do not lay the cannula down while the concentrator is delivering oxygen. High concentrations of oxygen can cause rapid burning.
NOTE– If the Service Required light illuminates and the audible signal alarms but the unit is not operating, there is no power to the unit. Refer to the Minor Troubleshooting
chart on page 6 and contact your DeVilbiss provider if necessary.
NOTE– If an audible low-frequency vibration sound is detected, the unit is not operating properly. Refer to the Minor Troubleshooting chart on page 6, and contact your
DeVilbiss provider if necessary.
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.
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3.Your DeVilbiss concentrator is now ready for use, properly position the cannula or mask (Figure 4). Allow 20 minutes for oxygen
concentrator to reach stated performance.
DeVilbiss OSD Operation
The OSD (Oxygen Sensing Device) is a device within your concentrator that monitors the oxygen produced by your unit. When the unit is
turned “On,” all four lights (Power, Service Required, Low Oxygen, and Normal Oxygen) on the front panel will illuminate briefly. After a few
seconds, only the Power and Normal Oxygen lights will remain lit.
The OSD lights on the front panel are defined as follows:
• Green Normal Oxygen light–acceptable oxygen level.
• Yellow Low Oxygen light– below an acceptable oxygen level.
If the oxygen purity falls below the acceptable level, the green Normal Oxygen light will shut off and the yellow Low Oxygen light will illuminate. Switch to your reserve oxygen
system. Refer to the Minor Troubleshooting section in this guide on page 6 and contact your DeVilbiss provider.
As an added safety feature should the oxygen purity continue to drop, an intermittent audible signal will sound. Contact your DeVilbiss provider immediately. Do not attempt
any other maintenance.
Reserve Oxygen System
As a precaution, your DeVilbiss provider may supply you with a reserve oxygen system. If your unit loses electrical power or fails to operate correctly, the Patient Alert System
will sound to signal you to switch to your reserve oxygen system (if provided) and contact your DeVilbiss provider.
Caring For Your DeVilbiss Oxygen Concentrator
Note– Use no lubricants, oils or grease.
warning
Before attempting any cleaning procedures, turn the unit “Off.”
Cannula/Mask, Tubing, and Humidifier Bottle
Clean and replace the cannula/mask, tubing, and humidifier bottle according to the manufacturer’s instructions.
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Air Filter and Oxygen Outlet Connector
The air filter and connector should be cleaned at least once a week. To clean, follow these steps:
1. Remove the air filter, located on the back of the unit. Remove the oxygen outlet connector (if used).
2. Wash in a solution of warm water and dishwashing detergent (Figure 5).
3. Rinse thoroughly with warm tap water and towel dry. The filter should be completely dry before reinstalling.
CAUTION– To prevent product damage, do not attempt to operate the unit without the air filter or while the filter is still damp.
Exterior Cabinet
As needed, clean the concentrator exterior cabinet by using a damp cloth or sponge with a mild household cleaner and wipe it dry.
If device has been exposed to contagious pathogens, contact your provider for instructions.
warning
To avoid electric shock, do not remove the concentrator cabinet. The cabinet should only be removed by a qualified DeVilbiss technician. Do not apply liquid
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directly to the cabinet or utilize any petroleum-based solvents or cleaning agents.
Use of harsh chemicals (including alcohol) is not recommended. If bactericidal cleaning is required, a non-alcohol based product should be used to avoid
inadvertent damage.
Provider’s Notes
In case of a change of patient, the device must be reconditioned to protect the user. Reconditioning must only be carried out by the manufacturer or service provider.
DeVilbiss Healthcare recommends the following as minimum between-patient maintenance. If the unit is due for periodic provider maintenance, those items should be
completed in addition to the list below.
1. Discard oxygen tubing, cannula/mask, oxygen outlet connector, and humidifier bottle.
2. Replace the cabinet air filter.
3. Clean the concentrator cabinet.
4. Inspect all plugs, cords, and components. Replace any damaged or worn components.
5. Check oxygen concentration. If the unit falls within specification, the extended life intake bacteria filter does not need to be replaced between patients. If the concentration
is not within specification, refer to troubleshooting.
6. If the device has been exposed to contagious pathogens, it should be discarded.
Troubleshooting
The following troubleshooting chart will help you analyze and correct minor oxygen concentrator malfunctions. If the suggested procedures do not help, switch to your reserve
oxygen system and call your DeVilbiss homecare provider. Do not attempt any other maintenance.
warning
To avoid electric shock hazard, do not remove the cabinet. The cabinet should only be removed by a qualified DeVilbiss homecare technician.
Minor Troubleshooting Chart
Symptom
A.Unit does not operate. Power light is off when the
power switch is “On.” Audible alert is pulsing and
Service Required light is flashing.
B.Unit operates, the Power light is on when the
power switch is “On.” Red Service Required light
is illuminated. Audible alert may be sounding.
Possible cause
remedy
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ower cord not properly inserted
into wall outlet.
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heck power cord connection at the wall outlet. On 230 volt units, also
check the mains connection on the back of the unit.
2. No power at wall outlet.
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heck your home circuit breaker and reset if necessary. Use a different
wall outlet if the situation occurs again.
3. Oxygen concentrator circuit
breaker activated.
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ress the concentrator circuit breaker reset button located below the
power switch. Use a different wall outlet if the situation occurs again.
If the above remedies do not work, contact your DeVilbiss provider.
1. Air filter is blocked.
1. C
heck the air filter. If the filter is dirty, wash it following the cleaning
instructions on page 5.
2. Exhaust is blocked.
2. Check the exhaust area; make sure there is nothing restricting the unit
exhaust.
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locked or defective cannula, face
mask, or oxygen tubing.
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etach cannula or face mask. If proper flow is restored, clean or replace
if necessary. Disconnect the oxygen tubing at the oxygen outlet. If
proper flow is restored, check oxygen tubing for obstructions or kinks.
Replace if necessary.
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locked or defective humidifier
bottle.
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etach the humidifier from the oxygen outlet. If proper flow is obtained,
clean or replace humidifier.
5. Flow meter set too low.
5. Set flow meter to prescribed flow rate.
If the above remedies do not work, contact your DeVilbiss provider.
C.Unit operates, the power light is on when power
switch is “on,” audible low-frequency vibration
sound is detected.
1. T
urn your unit “Off.” Switch to your reserve oxygen system, and contact
your DeVilbiss provider immediately.
DBoth the green Normal Oxygen and the yellow
Low Oxygen lights are either on or off.
1. OSD malfunction.
1. Contact your DeVilbiss provider.
E.Yellow Low Oxygen light is on or the yellow Low
Oxygen light is on and the intermittent audible
signal is sounding.
1. Flow meter is not properly set.
1. Ensure the flow meter is properly set to the prescribed number.
2. Air filter is blocked.
2. C
heck the air filter. If the filter is dirty, wash it following the cleaning
instructions on page 5.
3. Exhaust is blocked.
3. Check
the exhaust area; make sure there is nothing restricting the unit
exhaust.
If the above remedies do not work, contact your DeVilbiss provider.
1. Flow meter is not properly set.
1. Ensure the flow meter is properly set to the prescribed number.
2. Air filter is blocked.
2. C
heck the air filter. If the filter is dirty, wash it following the cleaning
instructions on page 5.
3. Exhaust is blocked.
3. C
heck the exhaust area; make sure there is nothing restricting the unit
exhaust.
If the above remedies do not work, contact your DeVilbiss provider.
FRed Service Required light is on and an
intermittent audible signal is sounding.
G.If any other problems occur with your oxygen
concentrator.
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urn your unit “Off.” Switch to your reserve oxygen system, and contact
your DeVilbiss provider immediately.
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Specifications
DeVilbiss 5-Liter Series
Catalog Number
525DS
525KS
1 to 5 LPM
1 to 5 LPM
5 LPM
5 LPM
Outlet Pressure
8.5 psig (58.6 kPa)
8.5 psig (58.6 kPa)
Electrical Rating
115 V, 60 Hz, 3.3 Amp
220-230 V~, 50 Hz, 1.55 Amp
230 V~, 60 Hz, 1.9 Amp
Operating Voltage Range
97-127 V~, 60 Hz
187-253 V~, 50 Hz
195-253 V~, 60 Hz
Oxygen Percentage
1-5 LPM=93%±3%
1-5 LPM=93%±3%
(tested at 21°C only)
0-1500 M (0-4921 ft)
Across the voltage range:
No degradation of performance
Across the voltage range:
No degradation of performance
1500-4000 M (4921-13123 ft)
Tested at nominal voltage only:
No degradation of performance
Tested at 230V/50Hz only:
No degradation of performance
No degradation in performance across the operating
voltage range.
No degradation in performance across the operating
voltage range.
310 Watts Average
275 Watts @ 2.5 LPM & below
230V / 50 Hz - 312 Watts Average
230V / 50 Hz - 296 Watts Average @ 2.5 LPM & below
230V / 60 Hz - 387 Watts Average
230V / 60 Hz - 369 Watts Average @ 2.5 LPM & below
36 lbs. (16.3 Kilograms)
36 lbs. (16.3 Kilograms)
48 dbA
40 dbA (50Hz)
24.5”H x 13.5”W x 12”D (62.2 x 34.2 x 30.4 cm)
24.5”H x 13.5”W x 12”D (62.2 x 34.2 x 30.4 cm)
40 psig±5psig (276 kPa±34.5 kPa)
40 psig±5psig (276 kPa±34.5 kPa)
Time Cycle / Pressure Swing
Time Cycle / Pressure Swing
84% ± 2%
(The audible alarm will alert at approximately 75%. At less
than 60%, the red “service required” light will activate.)
84% ± 2%
(The audible alarm will alert at approximately 75%. At less
than 60%, the red “service required” light will activate.)
-40°C to 70°C, humidity range of 10% to 100%, including
condensation
-40°C to 70°C, humidity range of 10% to 100%, including
condensation
Delivery Rate (Lower delivery rates available for
low flow applications)
Maximum Recommended Flow(@ nominal outlet
pressures of zero and 7 kPa)
Operating Altitude
Operating Environment Range*
5°C to 40°C, humidity range of 10% to 95%
Power Consumption
Weight
Sound Level (ISO 8359:1996 from front)
Dimensions
Pressure Relief Valve
Operating System
he visible “low oxygen” indicator will activate
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at the following level
Storage Conditions
Equipment Class and Type
Approval Body and Safety Standard
EMC Compliance To
Class II Equipment Double Insulated;
Class II Equipment Double Insulated;
Type B Applied Part
Type B Applied Part
CSA
CAN/CSA-C22.2 No. 601.1-M90
TUV approved for 50 Hz only to
EN 60601+A1+A2
ISO8359: 1996
EN60601-1-2
EN60601-1-2
*Note: The OSD performance at 5°C to 40°C, 95% R.H. through voltage range on the 525DS verified at 670m.
Specifications subject to change without notice.
SE-525
EN - 7
DeVilbiss guiDance anD manufacturer’s Declaration
WARNING
Medical Electrical Equipment needs special precautions regarding EMC and needs to be installed and put into service according to the Electromagnetic
Compatibility [EMC] information provided in the accompanying documents.
Portable and Mobile RF Communications Equipment can affect Medical Electrical Equipment.
The equipment or system should not be used adjacent to or stacked with other equipment and that if adjacent or stacked use is necessary, the equipment or
system should be observed to verify normal operation in the configuration in which it will be used.
NOTE– The EMC tables and other guidelines provide information to the customer or user that is essential in determining the suitability of the Equipment or System for the
Electromagnetic Environment of use, and in managing the Electromagnetic Environment of use to permit the Equipment or System to perform its intended use without
disturbing other Equipment and Systems or non-medical electrical equipment.
Guidance and Manufacturer’s Declaration – Electromagnetic Emissions
This device is intended for use in the electromagnetic environment specified below. The customer or the user of this device should assure that it is used in such an
environment.
Emissions Test
Compliance
Electromagnetic Environment – Guidance
RF Emissions CISPR 11
Group 1
This device uses RF energy only for its internal function. Therefore, its RF emissions are very low and
are not likely to cause any interference in nearby electronic equipment.
RF Emissions CISPR 11
Class B
Harmonic emissions IEC 61000-3-2
Class B
Voltage fluctuations / flicker
emissions
Complies
This device is suitable for use in all establishments including domestic and those directly connected to
the public low-voltage power supply network that supplies buildings used for domestic purposes.
Guidance and Manufacturer’s Declaration – Electromagnetic Immunity
This device is intended for use in the electromagnetic environment specified below. The customer or the user of this device should assure that it is used in such an
environment.
Immunity Test
IEC 60601 Test
Level
Compliance
Level
Electrostatic discharge (ESD)
IEC 61000-4-2
±6kV contact
±8kV air
Complies
Radiated RF IEC 61000-4-3
3 V/m 80MHz to 2.5GHz
Complies
Conducted RF IEC 61000-4-6
3 Vrms 150kHz to 80MHz
Complies
Electrical fast transient
IEC 61000-4-4
±2kV power line
±1kV I/O lines
Complies
Surge IEC 61000-4-5
±1kV differential
±2kV common
Complies
Power frequency magnetic field
IEC 61000-4-8
3 A/m
Complies
Power frequency magnetic fields should be at levels characteristic of a typical
location in a typical commercial or hospital environment.
Voltage dips, short interrupts and
voltage variations on power supply
input lines IEC 61000-4-11
>95% dip 0.5 cycle
60% dip 5 cycles
70% dip 25 cycles
95% dip 5 secs.
Complies
Mains power quality should be that of a typical commercial or hospital environment.
If the user of this device requires continued operation during power mains
interruptions, it is recommended that the device be powered from an uninterruptible
power supply or battery.
EN - 8
Electromagnetic Environment - Guidance
Floors should be wood, concrete, or ceramic tile. If floors are covered with synthetic
material, the relative humidity should be at least 30%
Field strengths outside the shielded location from fixed RF transmitters, as
determined by an electromagnetic site survey, should be less than 3 V/m.
Interference may occur in the vicinity of equipment marked with the following
symbol:
Mains power quality should be that of a typical commercial or hospital environment.
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