Tips for choosing a right portable oxygen concentrator
1. What Should Be On Your Oxygen Prescription?
Oxygen Concentrator Prescriptions - Your doctor will write or print 3 L/min, 3 liters/min or 3 LPM in the the prescriptions. That means 3 liters 90% saturation continuous oxygen per minute. Please be attention: all oxygen prescriptions are issued by continuous flow with 90% saturation.
Be attention: If your description print 3LPM or 3liters/min, please make sure the machine could produce 3 liters 90% saturation continuous oxygen per minute. ( If the specification doesn’t write it clearly, please inquiry the vendor clearly. Some vendors just write the biggest oxygen flow and don’t write the saturation details. This might mislead customers)
2. Another factor to consider is choose bigger oxygen flow than you need.If your oxygen prescription is 3LPM, we suggest you choose a device which has capacity to produce 4 liters(4LPM) 90% oxygen flow.
Lovego LG102 Specifications
1 - 5 settings equal to 1-5LPM flow
90%+5%/-3% at any settings
≤ 40 dB (nominal) at flat table,≤45dB when travelling.
9.1 in x 8.7 in x 12.8 in (23 cm x 22 cm x 32.5 cm)
11.5 lbs (5.2kg) Machine only, 13.7lbs(6.2kg) with battery