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DJMed 5L Oxygen Concentrator

(18 customer reviews)
DJMed

Low maintenance, easy-to-use, low noise advanced digital 5L Oxygen Concentrator.

ETA: Preorder to be shipped in September

Small profile fits easily into home, easy-access humidifier with simple to read controls and alarms. When you need a constant steady, and reliable flow of oxygen you need DJMed’s continuous flow technology.

Set your device to the liter by minute prescribed by your doctor and rest assured that you are receiving an uninterrupted stream of oxygen.

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All patients needing home oxygen in Australia must have a prescription issued to them for treatment.  Clinical Oxygen Concentrator is unmatched for its size and weight amongst other oxygen concentrators. Clinical Oxygen Concentrator can be brought with you throughout the Clinical or office at your convenience. It operates on an external power supply, but with its convenient handle and lightweight makes up for that small limitation with ease.

DJMed Oxygen Concentrator is built on a legacy of reliable and proven concentrator models, and has been updated with improved quality, durability, performance and simplicity.

Oxygen purity indicator standard for increased security
Digital oxygen purity indicator is available with or without oxygen purity indicator built in. OPI (Oxygen Percentage Indicator) measures oxygen output as a purity indication.

Low maintenance for reduced service costs
Low to no maintenance requited for first 2 years of general operation. Simply replace or clean continently place filer cartridge on the back and go.

Humidifier Bottle Platform for comfort
The platform is designed to be compatible with all bottle styles and features for easy universal use.

Compact and modern design looks less like a medical machine
Ergonomic and stylish design takes up less space and doesn’t draw as much attention.

Modern, digital flow meter oxygen concentrator
Simple to use and easy to check at a glance, modern digital flow matter on a stylish LCD screen. Easy to reference, check and set without manual know twisting and tweaking.

At home and on the go, our personalised sleep and COPD therapies make it easy for everyone to engage with their care and integrate it into everyday life, enhancing their experience and results. As intuitive to experience as sleeping or breathing itself, our technologies and solutions help every patient to embrace their condition in order to help them in their goals to regain control, feel human again, and live the life that they want.

SKU: 850000 Category:
Outlet Pressure30-70 kPa
Oxygen Flow1–5 LPM
Oxygen Percentage5L @93%±3%
Weight18kg
Dimensions41 x 28 x 51 cm
Oxygen indicatorDigital
Power Consumption480 W
Included
  • Oxygen Concentrator
  • User manual
  • Humidifier bottle
  • Connect tubing for humidifier bottle
  • Remote control
  • Disposable nasal oxygen cannula 2m
  • Disposable nasal oxygen cannula 6m

Customer Questions

What is an oxygen concentrator? How does it work?

An oxygen concentrator machine filters oxygen from the atmosphere and helps individuals access it through a mask or cannula. The oxygen concentrator works by absorbing air from the surroundings and filtering out nitrogen and other gases.

What's the difference between an oxygen cylinder and oxygen concentrator?

Oxygen concentrators and oxygen cylinders are designed to deliver oxygen therapy to patients who aren’t able to get the desired amount of oxygen on their own. Oxygen concentrators dispense oxygen in almost the same way that oxygen tanks do, delivering oxygen directly to the patient via a nasal cannula or an oxygen mask. The difference is that oxygen tanks contain a fixed amount of pressurized oxygen while concentrators collect oxygen from the surrounding air, concentrate it, and then deliver it to the patient, removing the need for replacement or refilling.

Pros & Cons

Oxygen tanks and oxygen concentrators have several key differences, and each are defined by certain advantages and disadvantages.

Oxygen Tanks

Oxygen tanks contain pressurized oxygen that can be continuously released at specific flow rates to provide medical grade oxygen to the patient. These devices are usually mounted on a rolling apparatus—such as a small trolley or cart—that allows them to be rolled alongside the patient.

Pros

  1. No power required. One of the most distinct advantages of oxygen tanks is that they take advantage of the pressurized oxygen within them to operate. By releasing the oxygen at one of several flow rate options, oxygen tanks are able to operate without requiring the use of a battery or electrical outlet. This ensures that the tank will be able to provide oxygen until its contents are depleted.
  2. Silent. Since oxygen tanks are simply delivering their contents at a specified rate, there are no beeps or loud sounds associated with using them. This makes them great for use around other people in quiet environments like movie theatres or libraries, and ideal for napping or being around others who need to remain undisturbed, like babies.
  3. Lower initial cost. Oxygen tanks are the traditional form of personal oxygen, and as such, they are often the most inexpensive, featuring the lowest initial price tag of all the different oxygen devices on the market. If the dollar amount of the initial purchase is your primary concern, oxygen tanks are probably the way to go.

Cons

  1. Heavy and/or unwieldy. One of the most commonly noted disadvantages of oxygen tanks is their weight and portability. While wheel-mounted cart systems, like this one by Drive Medical, make rolling oxygen tanks simple and easy, the tanks themselves are somewhat heavy. This means that lifting the tank—for example, to put it in a vehicle or carry it up a staircase—can be challenging due to the weight of the device.
  2. Limited to their contents. Oxygen tanks only contain a limited amount of oxygen, and once the tank has been depleted, it has to be refilled or replaced with a new tank. Once the oxygen within the tank is depleted, the tank must be refilled or replaced with a fresh tank.
  3. Greater cost over time. Because oxygen tanks need to be refilled or replaced frequently, their initial low price adds up over time to make their cost higher long-term.

Oxygen Concentrators

Instead of the limited amount of pressurized oxygen used by oxygen tanks, oxygen concentrators use a filtering system to take ambient air in from around the patient, compress and modify it to medical-grade standards, and then deliver it to the patient. These devices are available in both larger home-style models and smaller portable models that are more ideal for traveling and moving around on the go.

Pros

  1. Unlimited oxygen. The ability of oxygen concentrators to continuously draw in and treat air ensures that, unlike oxygen tanks, the concentrator will never run out of oxygen. This is frequently noted by customers as being one of the best features of oxygen concentrators.
  2. Lightweight. Because they do not rely on pressurized oxygen, concentrators do not require a dense metal tank. This means that they are notably lighter and more portable than most oxygen tanks. In fact, many oxygen concentrators, such as the Invacare Platinum Portable Oxygen Concentrator, are designed to be carried in a backpack or side bag for ultimate convenience.
  3. Greater versatility. Oxygen concentrators are available in a wide selection of sizes, models, and styles, each designed to perfectly accommodate a specific user base. While oxygen tanks are largely all the same, concentrators provide a greater variety of choices to ensure you get exactly what you need.
  4. Up-front cost. While oxygen tanks frequently need to be refilled or replaced, oxygen concentrators use ambient air and therefore don’t require the long-term maintenance costs that tanks do. All of your concentrators costs will come up-front in your initial purchase.

Cons

  1. Batteries required. Because they do not use pressurized oxygen within a tank, oxygen concentrators must rely on battery or electric power to perform their air filtering and oxygen flow. As is the case with any battery-powered device, the available charge in the battery must be considered. If the battery isn’t charged, it will eventually run out of power and the concentrator will shut down until charged again, which could be dangerous for someone who needs their oxygen at all times.
  2. Noisy. Oxygen concentrators collect oxygen from the air and then filter and compress it for the user. This process can often be noisy, due to the various components at work, and this is the most common complaint that concentrator users have. Many newer concentrator models have been designed to reduce this noise to barely noticeable levels, but there is often still some amount of sound associated with their operation.
  3. Expensive. Because of the complex mechanisms at work, oxygen concentrators are often quite expensive up-front. While this cost is a single purchase unlike that of oxygen tanks, many people may not be able to afford the high price tag all in one chunk even though it saves money in the long-run.

What are the Uses and Reasons for an Oxygen Concentrator?

Acute Conditions Requiring an Oxygen Concentrator: Asthma, pneumonia, respiratory distress syndrome (RDS), bronchopulmonary dysplasia (BPD) Chronic Diseases that Require Oxygen Therapy: chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), cystic fibrosis, sleep apnea, etc.

What if the oxygen therapy of a participant changes?

The medical provider who is monitoring the person’s oxygen therapy can prescribe changes at any time.

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  1. Reggie John C

    Using it for past 6 months; no issues. Works well and it is very low on maintenance

    Reggie John C

  2. G. Scott

    Noise free continuously works,marvellous product

    G. Scott

  3. Elizabeth V.

    Working fine for last 3 month

    Elizabeth V.

  4. Tricia Lashley

    djmed concentrator is a great machine that has been working in a excellent way providing oxygen without any trouble or issues.
    The quality exceeds my expectations and the price is worth compared with the oxygen tanks use / cost.

    Tricia Lashley

  5. DeeDeePhillips

    Got this on time and packing was also very good. sorry for the late review. the quality of it is so good. very silent we keep it near to the bed but still we didn’t find any noise disturbance.

    DeeDeePhillips

  6. L. Campton

    Life saver

    L. Campton

  7. melody P. J.

    Very helpful and strong and easy to take around. Product as per the description given on the site.

    melody P. J.

  8. Ryan Fitzpatrick

    I have used many oxygenator’s in the last 3 years. This is the most reliable and easy to use machine on the market.

    Ryan Fitzpatrick

  9. Ruth D

    I’m very happy with my oxygen concentrator. It is extremely quiet. It doesn’t disturb other people in the same room and we don’t have to turn the TV louder to hear over it. It is much better than the other two I had before (different brands).

    Ruth D

  10. lorraineJeep63

    This oxygen concentrator does not make a lot of noise while running. I prefer to own my own machine rather than rent.

    lorraineJeep63

  11. Jennifer Balmer

    This unit is very quiet. I run it at night and it does not bother my husband or me at all. It is very easy to use and can easily be moved from one room to another. You can watch Tv and you dont have to hear the oxygen concentrator in the back ground.

    Jennifer Balmer

  12. Cindylou 0491

    I’ve been renting this same model and it has been costing me a lot, I am so glad to have the very same machine and now it’s mine and I’m off the rental merry go round. Thank you

    Cindylou 0491

  13. Robert H.

    Arrived on time and worked great right out of the box

    Robert H.

  14. Jeff

    I really like this concentrator. I had one just like it that I was paying “rent” on and I was able to buy this one for less than what I was paying that other company every year.

    Jeff

  15. daphobes11

    This oxygen concentrator has been helping me with healing from fiberglass, heavy metal, and other chemical toxins that I was expsed to. My skin feels better, bowels work better, and appetite has normalised. Money well spent. Does just what I want it to do.

    daphobes11

  16. michael c. surede

    They were great to work with, their price was the best of any I’ve seen – even less than one I bought seven years ago. I definitely recommend them highly!

    michael c. surede

  17. G. Casanova

    Beats using the oxygen tanks and reasonably priced compared to other oxygen concentrators. Perfect for the home as the unit is not that big, is very light to move around and operates quietly. Would highly recommend.

    G. Casanova

  18. Pamela We

    Unit works great and arrived when it was supposed to. Much less than renting one. I shopped around and it was cheapest here.

    Pamela We

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