Sunset Handheld Compressor Nebulizer Features
- Use the equipment only for its intended use as described in these instructions. Use only attachments that are recommended by the manufacturer.
- Use the equipment only with medications under the instructions of the physician.
- Do not use the equipment if it has any damaged parts, or it has fallen into water.
- To use the equipment for the first time, after storing it for an extended period, and after every use, clean all necessary parts as described in the cleaning instructions.
- Do not use while bathing.
- The unit should not be left unattended while plugged in or turned on.
- Keep the unit out of reach of small unsupervised children.
- Keep the small parts detached from the device away from children, as they may result in choking, inhaling, or swallowing.
- Do not try to modify the device.
- Do not place the device in liquid, nor put it where it could fall into liquid. If the device becomes wet, unplug the device before touching it.
- Do not use the device if it is not working properly, or if it has incurred any damage.
- Do not drop the nebulizer or subject it to impact.
- Do not expose the nebulizer to direct sunlight, high temperatures or humidity.
- The nebulizer is NOT suitable for use in anaesthetic breathing systems or lung ventilator breathing systems.
Important Information Before Use
- Ensure that all parts are clean and dry.
- Before starting treatment, talk to the physician about the duration, dosage and frequency of use of the nebulizer.
- The device is designed for an intermittent use: 30 minutes ON / 30 minutes OFF.
- Do not remove the medication container cover from the unit during nebulization.
- Test the nebulizer to make sure it is functioning correctly by pouring drinking water (2 to 5 ml) into the medicine container. Press the power switch to turn on the device and to check if it is working properly. Turn off the unit, and discard any remaining water. Then the user may begin actual treatment by following medication instructions.
- The device does not heat the medication container under operation. Please follow the recommended volume of medicine capacity
Unit Assembly and Usage
- Correctly position the spray nozzle inside the medicine container.
- Slowly pour the prescribed medication into the medicine container. The maximum capacity of the container is 6 ml. Please note that the medication must not exceed this maximum level marking (6 ml).
- Correctly fit the polished area on cap and medicine container by slightly closing and turning clockwise. Make sure both are closed well until the lines marked on the cap and medicine container are in alignment. Connect the mouthpiece / mask (optional) and L-PIPE, and then attach to the top of the cap.
- To use the nebulizer, the user may put together the compressor and the medicine cup with the air hose or simply place the medicine cup on top.
- Plug the Power Adapter into the wall outlet; plug the power cord of the adapter into the socket on the side of the compressor.
- Press the power switch to turn on the device. Begin treatment according to the physicians instructions.
- Inhale and exhale naturally. Be sure to stop when the medication is exhausted.
Cleaning and Maintenance
Please clean the device after each use according to the instructions below.Before Cleaning
Make sure that the nebulizer is turned off before disassembly.Cleaning of Nebulizer Parts/Accessories
Cleaning of Compressor
- After disconnecting the air hose, remove the mouthpiece / mask (optional), L-PIPE, cap, spray nozzle and medicine container.
- Discard any remaining medication.
- Wash mouthpiece / mask (optional), L-PIPE, cap, spray nozzle and medicine container with running water or soak in warm water for 15 minutes.
- Gently wipe off excess water with a clean dry cloth and allow to air dry on a clean paper towel
Replacing the Battery
- Use cotton swabs with alcohol to wipe the outer casing of the compressor.
- Let it air dry on a clean paper towel.
Maintenance for Storage
- The indicator turning red means the battery capacity is low. Please change batteries immediately.
- Turn off the meter, and then hold the unit upside down with the battery compartment on top.
- Open the battery compartment by turning the top in counterclockwise direction. Put the lid aside for later use.
- Replace the batteries with new ones and place them accordingly.
- Place the lid back by screw it down in clockwise direction.
- Always handle the nebulizer with care.
- Disconnect the power plug (optional) from the wall outlet when not in use.
- Keep the nebulizer out of reach of children.
- When storing nebulizer, do not bend the air hose.
- When storing nebulizer, try to keep it in the following environmental ranges:
a) Temperature: -13°F to 158°F (-25°C to 70°C)
b) Relative humidity: 10% to 95%
- If possible, store the nebulizer in a well-ventilated room.
The used compressor nebulizer should be treated as contaminated that may carry a risk of infection during nebulization. The compressor nebulizer should be disposed in accordance with local regulations.
Sunset Handheld Compressor Nebulizer Specification
|Dimension||115 mm x 85 mm x 207 mm|
|Power Source:||DC 6V or 4 AA batteries|
|Power Consumption:||6 W|
|Compressor Pressure Range:||90 to 138 kPa|
|Operating Pressure Range:||35 to 69 kPa|
|Maximum Flow Rate:||3 LPM(l/min)|
|Noise Level:||60 dBA|
|Mode of Operation:||30 mins on/ 30 mins off|
|Nebulization Rate:||= 0.25 ml/min|
|Medication Capacity:||6 ml (maximum) / 2 ml|
|MMAD:||Approximately 3 microns|
|Aerosol Output:||1.8 ± 0.05 (ml)|
|Aerosol Output Rate:||0.32 ± 0.003 (ml/min)|