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The EDS-02D1 System enables the general aviation pilot to fly at pressure altitudes up to 25,000 feet with safety and comfort. The EDS-O2D1 digital Pulse- Demand™ system reduces Oxygen consumption dramatically. Different from the "standard" constant flow systems, the EDS-O2D1 Pulse-Demand™ system wastes no Oxygen during the breathing cycle when oxygen is is not being delivered to the lungs. The average user will enjoy a duration increase of two to three times compared to the constant flow systems.
The built in Barometer adjusts for Altitude increase while reducing the pilots work load.
The unit operates for up to 100 hours on two AA batteries.
The EDS-O2D1 should be used with any of our XCR, XCP, or 4-place FPR regulator. for correct pressure and oxygen delivery. The low-pressure service line is a high quality polyurethane line that is kink-resistant and flexible under varying temperatures. The cannula, face mask and service line connect to the EDS unit via color-coded "Quick-Connects" providing an air-tight fitting by hand. These fittings can be connected and disconnected many times. With the optional XCP connecting kit, the EDS can be used with an XCP system at the same time flow meters are being used. In addition, the optional ALPS Facemask with or without microphone, is the perfect addition to any EDS system.
All systems are shipped empty.
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