Pulse flow, as the name suggests, is based on the breathing rate of the user. It is used most when patients are awake and active during the day. Pulse flow delivers oxygen every time the patient takes a breath. The concentrator then rests while the patient is exhaling. The concentrator is able...
Pulse flow, as the name suggests, is based on the breathing rate of the user. It is used most when patients are awake and active during the day. Pulse flow delivers oxygen every time the patient takes a breath.
The concentrator then rests while the patient is exhaling. The concentrator is able to do this through the use of a built-in oxygen conserver, much like those used on oxygen tanks.
For some, pulse flow oxygen does not provide enough oxygen throughout the day. Many individuals rely on continuous flow concentrators, which provides a constant stream of oxygen.
A continuous flow oxygen concentrator does not change as a breath is taken, and will only remain on the setting you chose to use. Continuous flow POCs provide anywhere from 1 LPM to 5 LPM depending on your personal needs. These units can also be used 24/7 depending on the instructions from your doctor.
This model JAY-1000 can do the continuous flow and the pulse flow based on your demands.
1. Continuous flow mode with flow rate 1LPM: 1000ml/min, with 93%±3%,battery can use with one hour.
2. Pulse flow mode with flow rate 1-3LPM : oxygen purity is 93%±3%, 4setting for different needs.
1-3 settings pulse oxygen supply model is to deliver O2 based on breathing rate, O2 utilization rate is 100%, so it is equal to 1-3L oxygen concentrator. Automatically continuous oxygen when breath not detected, namely setting 4 with continuous flow of 1000ml/min.
|Continuous Flow Rate||1000ml/min|
|Pulse Flow Setting|
1(15ml/min), 2(30ml/min), 3(45ml/min), 4( continous flow 1000ml/min)
|Battery duration time||1.2hours|
|Alarm||Power failure alarm, larm while no breath detected|
|Accessories||Lithium battery, batter charger, car adapter and trolley bag|