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    Respironics EverGo Portable Oxygen Concentrator O2
    The EverGo Portable Oxygen Concentrator from 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 day. And, the EverGo portable concentrator helps homecare providers control costs by eliminating the expense of oxygen delivery.  

    Air Travel FAA Approved for Air Travel
    EverGo is ideally suited for people
    who enjoy travel as it has been cleared
    by the FAA* for use on commercial airlines.

    *Airline policies for traveling with an oxygen
    concentrator vary. Patients need to check with
    their airline before flying with EverGo.

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    EverGo Features

    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 2.

    FAA - Approved for airline travel

    Non-medical design looks like an ordinary carry-on bag or camcorder case

    Lightweight weighs less than 10 pounds

    Evergo Easy-to-use touch screen interface controls all EverGo functions and clearly shows battery life and prescribed setting.
    Evergo Easy access to batteries makes them easy to change and charge – plus EverGo can be simultaneously charged and operated.
    Evergo Low maintenance just one easy-to-remove filter for patients to clean.

    Full assortment of accessories gives patients the flexibility to tailor the EverGo to their needs.

    EverGo Part Numbers & Accessories

    Ordering information
    Basic system includes: EverGo portable oxygen concentrator, carrying case (choice of color), two rechargeable lithium ion batteries, mobile cart, DC and AC power cords, accessory case, and user manual.

    Concentrator systems
    Item Part #
    EverGo system with black carrying case 900-000
    EverGo system with navy blue carrying case 900-002

    Item Part #
    Air inlet filter (6 pack) 900-150
    EverGo black carrying case 900-200
    EverGo blue carrying case 900-202
    Rechargeable lithium ion battery 900-102
    Accessory case 900-250
    Battery charger/recalibrator 900-103
    Mobile cart 900-100
    DC power cord 900-101
    AC power supply 900-105
    AC power cord (North American) 900-104
    User manual 900-098
    Reusable ship case 900-205

    Extended warranties
    Item Part #
    EverGo 1-year extended warranty 1038653
    EverGo 2-year accident protection 1038570
    EverGo 3-year accident protection (includes 1-year extended warranty) 1038648

    Maintenance plans
    Item Part #
    Deluxe maintenance plan 1038651
    Premium maintenance plan 1038652

    EverGo Traveling with Portable Oxygen

    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 Respironics is the answer. EverGo 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 rechargeable batteries.

    Travel tips for oxygen patients
    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 Specifications

    AC Power Universal Input: 100-240 VAC, 50-60 Hz, 1.0 Amp;
    Output: 18 VDC, 5 Amp
    DC Power 12-18 VDC, 5 Amp
    Power Consumption 110 W at 100 VAC (charging),
    120 W at 240 VAC (charging); 70 W (not charging)
    Oxygen Concentration 90% +/- 3%
    Oxygen Delivery Pulse Dose Settings 1-6 in 0.5 increments
    Weight 10 lbs (4.5 kg) with 2 batteries,
    8.5 lbs (3.9 kg) with 1 battery
    Dimensions Length: 12 in (30.5 cm) Width: 6 in (15.2 cm) Height: 8.5 in (21.6 cm)
    Battery Duration 2 batteries = 8 hours (setting of 2, 20 bpm),
    1 battery = 4 hours (setting of 2, 20 bpm)
    Sound Level 43 dBA typical at a Setting of 2
    Filters Gross particle, inlet filter, micro-felt filter (bacteria)
    Oxygen Purity Alarms Low oxygen at 83%
    Operating Temperature 41F to 104F (5C to 40C)
    Storage/Transport Humidit -4F to 140F (-20C to 60C) up to 95% RH non-condensing
    Operating Humidity Up to 95% relative humidity
    Outlet Pressure 3 psi
    Operating Altitude 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
    Oxygen Capacity 1.05 liters per minute (pulse dosed)

    EverGo Provider FAQs

    Size and weight

    How much does EverGo™ weigh?
    9.9 lbs (4.5 kg) with 2 batteries and carrying case
    8.5 lbs (3.8 kg) with 1 battery and carrying case

    What is the size of EverGo?
    It is about the size of a camera bag or small carry-on bag.
    12 in. long x 6 in. wide x 8.5 in. high (30.5 cm x 15.25 cm x 21.6 cm)

    What is the sound level of EverGo?
    43 dBA at a setting of 2 liters per minute

    What type of cannula works with EverGo?
    A standard single-lumen nasal cannula and tubing (not supplied) should be used to deliver oxygen from EverGo. The device works with cannula tubing up to 30 ft. (9.1 m).


    How is EverGo controlled?   
    All product operation occurs via an easy-to-read, simple-to-operate touch screen interface. The touch screen is a back-lit liquid crystal display (LCD) located on the top of EverGo.

    What can be changed via the touch screen interface?

    • Pulse dose settings can be changed from 1-6 in one-half increments
    • Unit can be turned on and off
    Batteries and Electrical Power

    How many hours can EverGo batteries last before they need to be recharged?
    EverGo’s two-battery system helps to ensure long operation duration times. For example, at a setting of 2 and 20 breaths per minute (BPM) with 2 fully charged batteries, the device can be expected to run for 8 hours. Under similar conditions at a setting of 4, 5, or 6, it can run for 4 hours.

    The duration times shown in the table below are based on two fully charged batteries. If only one battery is used, duration will be approximately half of the times shown in the chart.

    Flow Setting Rate of 20 BPM
    1 12 hours
    2 8 hours
    3 6 hours
    4 4 hours
    5 4 hours
    6 4 hours

    How can a patient tell how much battery life is remaining?
    There are two methods for determining the remaining battery life. If a battery is inside the unit, the touch screen interface will indicate the remaining battery life of each battery. If a battery is outside of the unit, an LED indicator shows the amount of charge by percentage.

    What is the battery recharge time?
    Approximately 2-3 hours per battery

    How can batteries be recharged?
    Batteries can be charged one of two ways:

    If the battery or batteries are inside EverGo, they can be charged by plugging into an AC or DC power source (wall outlet or in the car, for example) using either the AC or DC power cord.

    If the batteries are outside EverGo, batteries can be charged using the external battery charger (optional accessory) that plugs into the wall.

    How much electricity does EverGo use while plugged into a wall outlet?
    110 watts at 100 VAC (charging)
    120 watts at 240 VAC (charging)
    70 watts (not charging)

    Oxygen Delivery

    What is the maximum oxygen capacity of EverGo?
    The maximum oxygen delivery of the EverGo is 1050ml/min.

    How long does it take EverGo to reach specified oxygen purity?
    At start-up, the EverGo dose setting number will blink until the unit reaches normal oxygen purity, typically 2-3 minutes. It can take longer depending upon actual breath rate, setting and temperature.

    What flow settings are available for EverGo?
    EverGo is a pulse dose device, delivering oxygen in settings of 1-6 in ½ setting increments.

    Does EverGo offer continuous flow?

    Is EverGo a demand or pulse device?
    EverGo is a pulse device and delivers a bolus of oxygen in the first 0.3 seconds of inspiration. 

    Is EverGo recommended for stationary night-time use?
    EverGo is designed to be used as a portable concentrator while a patient is ambulatory and is intended to be supplemented with a stationary concentrator, such as the Respironics Millennium or EverFlo. Respironics recommends that a patient considering EverGo for night-time use undergo overnight oximetry testing.

    Is EverGo approved for pediatric use?

    What is the oxygen concentration delivered by EverGo?
    90% (±3%)

    What is the altitude rating of EverGo?
    Up to 8,000 feet (2450 meters)

    Does EverGo have an OPI (oxygen percentage indicator) sensor?


    What patient maintenance is required with EverGo?
    The only patient maintenance required is to clean the air inlet filter once a week and the EverGo case as needed.

    What maintenance must be performed by a homecare provider on EverGo?
    EverGo requires little routine maintenance. Recommended maintenance includes:

    • Gross particle filter – to be replaced as needed by the homecare provider.
    • Micro-felt filter – to be replaced as needed by the homecare provider.
    • Inlet filter – to be replaced as needed by the homecare provider.

    Is EverGo approved for airline travel?
    Yes. EverGo has been approved for use on commercial airlines by the FAA. Airline policies for traveling with an oxygen concentrator vary. Patients need to check with their airlines before flying with EverGo.
    Current list of EverGo-approved airlines.

    How is EverGo used during motor vehicle travel?
    Use the EverGo DC power cord to plug into the vehicle’s cigarette lighter or DC power input. When EverGo is operating from a DC power source, the batteries installed in EverGo will begin recharging.

    Can EverGo be plugged into a DC outlet while a car is not running?
    No. Make sure the vehicle has been started before plugging in your DC power cord. If EverGo is operated using the DC power cord while the vehicle engine is turned off, it could deplete the vehicle’s battery.

    Is EverGo allowed on trains or buses?
    Most bus and train lines allow passengers to use portable oxygen concentrators, but we encourage patients to check with their transportation companies in advance regarding required permissions or existing restrictions. 

    For more information about traveling with EverGo


    How will home care providers be reimbursed by Medicare for EverGo?
    As of January 1, 2007, providers will be reimbursed for 36 months for the Respironics EverGo. EverGo is billed under both of the following codes:

    • E1390 Stationary Concentrator
    • E1392 Portable Concentrator

    For more reimbursement information.

    EverGo Patient FAQs

    How does the EverGo™ portable 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 (therapeutic) oxygen.

    Is the EverGo portable 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 concentrator weigh?
    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 power?
    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.

    Flow Setting Rate of 20 BPM
    1 12 hours
    2 8 hours
    3 6 hours
    4 4 hours
    5 4 hours
    6 4 hours

    What is EverGo’s oxygen producing capability?
    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 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.
    Traveling 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.
    Airline Travel with EverGo

    How do I get an EverGo portable concentrator?
    Use of EverGo requires a physician’s prescription. Please contact your local homecare equipment provider for more information.