Cleaning Instructions: Heated Tubing ......................11 Hospital and Institution Disinfection: Water Tank ..................11 Service ..................................12 Traveling with the System ..........................12 Disposal ..................................12 How to Contact Philips Respironics .......................12 Troubleshooting ..............................13 System One Heated Humidifier Specifications .....................15 Heated Tubing Specifications ..........................16 Limited Warranty ........................... Back Page...
Warnings A warning indicates the possibility for injury to the user or the operator. • Use the humidifier only for its intended use as described in this manual. Use only with Philips Respironics full-face masks, nasal masks and connectors. • Periodically inspect the humidifier for signs of wear or damage. Never operate the humidifier if any parts are damaged, if it is not working properly, or if the humidifier has been dropped or mishandled.
System Overview The System One Heated Humidifier attaches to the therapy device and provides an air outlet port to connect a breathing circuit. The breathing circuit is comprised of patient tubing, a mask, and in some instances a separate exhalation device. The patient tubing can be Respironics heated tubing, 22 mm (non-heated) performance tubing or 15 mm (non-heated) performance tubing.
The optional heated tube connects from the humidifier to the patient’s mask. (optional) Humidifier Connector End Connect this end of the tubing to the humidifier. Note: This humidifier is specified for use with Philips Respironics REMstar and BiPAP therapy devices only.
Connecting the Therapy Device 1. When using a humidifier, the patient circuit attaches to the air outlet port on the humidifier. 2. To connect the therapy device to the humidifier, first you must remove the side cover on the therapy device. Press in the tab on the side cover and pull the cover away from the unit. Note: Therapy device shown is an example.
Tabs Note: Non-heated Philips Respironics tubing (15 or 22 mm) can still be used with this humidifier with the heated tubing air outlet port. Simply connect the tubing to the air outlet port. Refer to the therapy device manual for setup instructions.
Disconnecting the Therapy Device CAUTION: To avoid spilling, do not disconnect the humidifier from the therapy device with water in the tank. Remove the water tank from the humidifier before disconnecting the therapy device. 1. Grasp the release latch on the bottom of the humidifier. 2.
3. Press the tab in the hole on top of the tank in toward the front of the tank. Gently remove the tank lid from the tank base and set aside. Empty any remaining water from the base of the tank. Hinges Tank Lid Middle Seal...
5. Reassemble the tank by placing the hinges on the tank lid over the 2 tabs on the back of the tank base. Close the lid until the tab on the lid snaps back under the lip in the tank base. Inspect the tank. When it is closed correctly, the lid should be seated completely on the middle seal and it should sit snugly on the tank base so the tab can easily snap back in place.
Cleaning Instructions: Water Tank Hand washing can be performed daily. Dishwashing can be performed once a week. 1. Turn the humidifier setting off, turn the therapy device off, and allow the heater plate and water to cool. WARNING: Allow the humidifier heater plate and water to cool down for approximately 15 minutes before removing the water tank.
Cleaning Instructions: Heated Tubing Clean the heated tubing before first use and weekly. Heated Tubing is single patient multi-use. 1. Disconnect the heated tubing from the heated humidifier. Refer to the “Disconnecting the Optional Heated Tubing” section earlier in this manual. 2. Gently wash the heated tubing in a solution of warm water and a mild detergent. CAUTION: Avoid submerging the Humidifier Connector End of the heated tubing in water.
Service The humidifier does not require routine servicing. If any part of the humidifier is worn or damaged, contact Philips Respironics or your home care provider. See the “Troubleshooting” section in this manual for additional information. Traveling with the System Packing the System 1.
The tubing is not Remove your mask and tubing and check for kinks or tears. If it connected correctly and is torn or damaged, contact your home care provider or Philips doesn’t seal properly. Respironics for replacement tubing and/or mask.
Route the tubing behind the bed’s headboard. If the humidifier does not operate correctly after falling, contact your home care provider or Philips Respironics. Note: For information on troubleshooting your therapy device, see the manual included with your therapy device.
IEC 60601-1 General Requirements for Safety of Medical Electrical Equipment EN ISO 8185 General Requirements for Humidification Systems Electrical (When the heated humidifier is used with a Philips Respironics therapy device) AC Power Consumption : 100 – 240 VAC, 50/60 Hz, 2.1 A...
≤ 41° C (≤ 106° F) Material Flexible plastic and electrical components Electrical (Heated tubing is powered by the attached heated humidifier) Refer to “Electrical” section of System One Heated Humidifier Specifications Environmental Refer to “Environmental” section of System One Heated Humidifier Specifications...
Limited Warranty Respironics, Inc. warrants that the system shall be free from defects of workmanship and materials and will perform in accordance with the product specifications for a period of two (2) years from the date of sale by Respironics, Inc. to the dealer.
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