GCE Zen-O Portable Oxygen Concentrator
GCE Zen-O Portable Oxygen Concentrator

GCE Zen-O Portable Oxygen Concentrator

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GCE Zen-O Portable Oxygen Concentrator deliver up to 2 litres per minute of oxygen in either pulse or continuous flow. It is designed to enable patients with respiratory disorders such as chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), better manage their oxygen therapy within and outside their homes. Zen-O uses advanced technology to adjust the amount of oxygen delivered in response to a patient’s breath rate and automatically increases the amount when the patient needs it most – such as walking uphill.

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  • Contraindications:
    - In life-supporting or life-sustaining situations
    - In an operating or surgical environment
    - With a non-adult population
    - In conjunction with flammable anesthetic or flammable materials
  • Warnings:
    The device must be used in the carry bag to provide protection from liquid intrusion from rain and/or spills
    - There is a risk of fire associated with oxygen equipment and therapy. Do not use near sparks or open flames
    - The settings might not correspond with continuous flow oxygen
    - The settings of other models or brands of portable oxygen concentrators do not correspond with the settings of Zen-O Portable Oxygen Concentrator
    - Wind or strong drafts can adversely affect accurate delivery of oxygen therapy
    - Geriatrics or any other patient unable to communicate discomfort can require additional monitoring to avoid harm
    - Smoking (including e-cigarettes) during oxygen therapy is dangerous and is likely to result in facial burns, serious injury or death of the patient and others from fire. Do not allow smoking or open flames within the same room as the portable oxygen concentrator or any oxygen carrying accessories. If you smoke, you must always turn the oxygen concentrator off, remove the cannula and leave the room where either the cannula or the concentrator is located. If unable to leave the room, you must wait 10 minutes after the flow of oxygen has been stopped
    - Use only water based lotions that are oxygen compatible, before and during oxygen therapy. Never use petroleum or oil-based lotions or salves when operating the device to avoid the risk of fire and burns
    - Open flames during oxygen therapy are dangerous and are likely to result in fire or death. Do not allow open flames within 2 meters of the oxygen concentrator or any oxygen carrying accessory
    - Oxygen makes it easier for a fire to start and spread. Do not leave the nasal cannula on bed coverings or chair cushions with the concentrator on, but not in use; the oxygen will make the materials flammable. Turn the concentrator off when not in use to prevent oxygen enrichment
    - Critical! Explosion hazard. Do not use in the presence of flammable anesthetics
    - Do not use this device in the presence of pollutants or fumes
    - Do not submerge this device in liquid. Do not expose to water or precipitation. Do not expose to dusty conditions
    - Do not use a device or any accessory that shows any sign of damage
    - Do not use lubricants on this device or any of its accessories
    - Use of this device at an altitude above 2,700 m (9,000 feet), or outside the temperature range of 5°C (41°F) to 40°C (104°F), or outside the humidity range of 5% to 93% may adversely affect the flow rate and percentage of oxygen and consequently the quality of therapy. When not in use, the device should be stored in a clean, dry environment between -20°C and 60°C (-4°F and 140°F). Use and/or storage outside of the valid conditions may damage the product
    - Always ensure at least one battery is inserted before using this device
    - If feeling ill or experiencing discomfort while using this device, contact your clinician or seek medical assistance immediately to avoid harm
    - Your home oxygen provider must verify the compatibility of the device and all accessories used prior to use. To ensure you are receiving the therapeutic amount of oxygen for your medical condition, the device and accessories must only be used after one of more settings have been determined or prescribed for you at your specific activity levels by a healthcare professional
    - The electrical cord and tubing could present a tripping or strangulation hazard. Keep away from children and pets
    - Do not disassemble or modify this device or any of its accessories. Do not attempt any maintenance other than tasks described in Chapter 9. Troubleshooting. Disassembly can create an electric shock hazard and will void the warranty. Contact your distributor for servicing by authorized personnel
    - Use only spare parts recommended by the manufacturer to ensure proper function and to avoid the risk of fire and burns
  • Cautions:
    Keep away from heat sources (fireplaces, radiant heaters, etc.) that could cause the operating temperature at or near the device to exceed 40°C (104°F)
    - The display may be difficult to read under bright lighting conditions (sunlight, interior lights, etc.), move away from direct light for viewing the display
    - Keep away from lint or other loose material that could block the intake vents
    - Some countries restrict this device to be sold by or on an order of a prescribing clinician. Please ensure you comply with relevant local laws
    - Non-prescribed oxygen therapy can be hazardous under certain circumstances. Use this device only when prescribed by a clinician
    - Always operate the device at the setting prescribed by a clinician. Do not alter the setting unless prescribed by a clinician. Periodic reassessment of the flow settings should be done by a clinician
    - Do not use this device while sleeping unless prescribed by your clinician
    - It is recommended for an alternate source of oxygen to be made available in the event of power outage or mechanical failure. Consult your home oxygen provider or clinician for an appropriate backup system
    - This device may not reach specified oxygen concentration purity until it has been in use for up to 2 minutes at set flow rate
    - This device is designed for use by one patient at a time
    - If you are unable to hear or see alarms, do not have normal tactile sensitivity, or cannot communicate discomfort, consult a clinician before using this device
    - If oxygen concentration drops below the specified level, an alarm will indicate this condition. If alarm persists, stop using this device, switch to an alternate source of oxygen, and contact your home oxygen provider
    - This device is not designed for use with a humidifier or nebulizer. If a humidifier or nebulizer is used with this device, performance may be diminished and the device may be damaged
    - Always follow cannula manufacturer’s instructions for proper use
    - Replace the cannula on a regular basis. Check with your home oxygen provider or clinician to determine how often the cannula should be replaced
    - Check that this device operates on battery after disconnecting from the power source
    - Only charge battery in this device or in an approved charger
    - Remove battery if this device is not going to be used for more than seven days. Store battery in a cool, dry place
    - Do not use cleaning agents other than those specified in this manual. Allow the cleaning solution to dry from the cleaned surface before use
    - Always turn off this device when not in use
    - Always disconnect power and turn off this device before cleaning
    - Do not obstruct air intake or exhaust vents when operating this device. Blockage can cause buildup of internal heat and shut down or damage this device
    - Do not place objects on top of this device
    - Keep away from children and pets to prevent damage to the device and accessories and/ or inadvertent setting changes
    - Keep the device away from pets and pests
    - This device is rated IP22 while used in the carry bag. Do not use in dusty or wet conditions
    - Always use in a well-ventilated location
    - Use caution when touching this device in high ambient temperatures
    - The device can be re-used by a new patient
  • Maintenance and Cleaning:
    Routine Maintenance:
    - Warning: 
    Do not use lubricants on this device or any of its accessories.
    - Caution: Replace the cannula on a regular basis. Check with your distributor or clinician to determine how often the cannula should be replaced. Device will indicate with an alarm when a filter or component needs to be cleaned or changed
    Note: The cannula and patient filter can be contaminated from the patient, care in handling these components should be taken
    - Warning: 
    Do not submerge this device in liquid. Do not expose to water or precipitation. Do not expose to dusty conditions
    - Caution #1: Do not use cleaning agents other than those specified in this manual. Allow the cleaning solution to dry from the cleaned surface before use
    - Caution #2: Always disconnect power and turn off this device before cleaning. Clean the exterior with a soft cloth slightly dampened with soapy water or with anti-bacterial wipes (Isopropyl alcohol 70% solution)
    Note: The device should receive an external cleaning weekly, accessories should be cleaned as needed. The device exterior should be cleaned and the patient filter replaced prior to delivering to a new patient
  • Device Repair and Disposal:
    Do not attempt to repair the device. Contact your home oxygen provider or distributor for assistance 
    Contact your distributor regarding disposal of the device
    - Dispose of battery according to local regulations or contact your distributor


Size212 mm × 168 mm × 313 mm (8.3" × 6.6" ×12.3")
Weight4.66 kg with one 12 cell battery
Power requirementsAC adaptor: 100-240V AC(+/- 10%)
50-60 Hz in, 24V DC, 6.25A out
DC adaptor: 11.5 - 16V DC in
19V, 7.9A out
Purity87% - 96% at all settings
Maximum oxygen discharge pressure20.5 psi
Inspiratory trigger sensitivity-0.12cm/H2 0
Humidity range5% to 93% ± 2% non-condensing
Operation Temperature5°C (41°F) and 40°C (104°F)
Storage Temperature-20°C (-4°F) and 60°C (140°F)
SettingAdjustable in 0.5 increments from 1.0 to 6.0 in pulse mode and from 0.5 to 2.0 in continuous mode
Noise level38 dB(A) tested to Prüfmethode
14-1 03/2007 MDS-Hi
42 dB(A) tested to ISO 3744
Alarm typesLow oxygen purity
No breath detected
Low battery
Service required
Battery durationApprox. 4 hours with a single battery or 8 hours with 2 batteries at 18 BPM
Operating altitude0; to 9000; relative to sea level (0 km to 2.7 km), 1060 down to 700 mbar
Type of protection (electrical)Class II
Degree of protection (electrical)Type BF
Degree of protection (water)IP22 in carry bag (protection against small objects and tilted dripping water)
IP20 out of carry bag (protection against small objects and no protection against water entering the concentrator)
Degree of safety (flammable anaesthetic mixture)Not suitable for use in the presence of a flammable anaesthetic mixture
Alarm sound pressure range65 to 85 dB(A)
Alarm system delaysLess than 10 seconds after detection (low oxygen alarms if oxygen is less than 82% volume fraction at specified environmental conditions)
Oxygen concentrator status indicatorHigh priority alarm that indicates when oxygen concentration drops below 82%


The device warranty is limited to three (3) years from the date of manufacture or 15,000 hours of total use. All accessories including the batteries are limited to one (1) year warranty. The standard warranty is only valid for products handled as stated in the user manual and inaccordance with general industry good practice and standards

Customer Reviews

Questions & Answers

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How long does the does the battery last using a 5 liter pulse flow
Rafael Laloma - 2/25/2017 4:47:01 PM
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GCE Zen-O Portable Oxygen Concentrator can run for up to 4 hours with one battery or 8 hours with two batteries in pulse mode, at 18 breaths per minute.
Customer Care - 2/27/2017 2:59:21 AM
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How long does the battery last using a 2 liter continuous flow?
Carolyn - 1/21/2017 11:48:52 AM
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To maximise battery life and run time, avoid letting the battery deplete and use while connected to a power source whenever possible. 
After 300 charge/discharge cycles, the battery capacity will be at least 80% of its original capacity. Replace the battery when the reduced battery life is affecting your mobility.
Customer Care - 2/1/2017 3:15:38 AM
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Battery duration of GCE Zen-O Portable Oxygen Concentrator is Approx. 4 hours with a single battery or 8 hours with 2 batteries at 18 BPM.
Customer Care - 1/28/2017 2:16:52 AM
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