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Mountain High EDS O2D1/O2D2 Kit
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Mountain High EDS O2D1 or O2D2 Pulse Demand Kit

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SKU: 6770, 6830

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Mountain High EDS O2D1 or O2D2 Pulse Demand™ Kit

General Description

Mountain High EDS O2D1 or O2D2 Pulse Demand™ Kit is designed to deliver aviation oxygen in the most efficient and convenient manner possible. With its user–selectable settings, APNEA Alarm and small size, the EDS is the most flexible portable digital electronic oxygen delivery system in the world.

Two EDS models fit most common needs for a portable oxygen system. The flagship EDS O2D2 device provides oxygen for either one or two users in a single compact unit, while the EDS O2D1 is the single–user “little brother” of the O2D2. The primary difference between the two models is the second-user capability of the O2D2, but otherwise the performance, features, operation and limitations of the O2D1 and O2D2 are essentially identical.

When the O2D2 is used in single–place mode it has basically the same oxygen consumption and battery duration as the O2D1. Since oxygen consumption and battery duration information in this manual is presented on a “per person” basis, this means that when the O2D2 is used with 2 people oxygen consumption will be roughly double, and battery duration roughly half the indicated values.

The EDS unit supplies the oxygen you need to stay alert and comfortable while flying by providing a measured pulse of oxygen at the beginning of each inhalation. In contrast to constant flow systems that deliver more oxygen than the body needs, the MH EDS provides oxygen only when you inhale. This patented delivery technology ensures that you stay safe and comfortable by delivering the proper amount of oxygen based on your pressure altitude and breathing rate. The efficiency of this method provides a dramatic increase in cylinder duration, which enables you to enjoy the benefits of oxygen use below the mandated altitude. This means fewer headaches, less fatigue and increased alertness when flying at night or for long distances. It also enables you to save weight and space with a smaller cylinder, and fly longer between refills!

Unlike constant–flow oxygen systems, the MH EDS features “set and forget” operation and can be set to begin providing oxygen either immediately, or above a specified altitude. Oxygen flow is automatically adjusted according to your pressure altitude.

When you’re flying, you have more important things to do than adjust your oxygen flow during altitude changes.

How Pulse Demand Works

The patented MH EDS (Electronic Delivery System) is a one (O2D1–2G) or two–user (O2D2–2G) aviation oxygen delivery device. It is designed to deliver aviation oxygen in the most efficient, comfortable and convenient way possible. With its user-selectable settings, apnea alarm and small size, the MH EDS is the most portable and flexible electronic digital oxygen delivery system in the world. By providing a measured pulse of oxygen every time you breathe in, the MH EDS supplies the oxygen you need to stay alert and comfortable while flying. In contrast to constant flow systems that waste oxygen by supplying more than your body can use, the MH EDS provides a short pulse of oxygen as you inhale, ensuring that your oxygen is used most efficiently. Efficient oxygen delivery means you can fly further on a single oxygen refill or save space and weight with a smaller tank. It also makes it more feasible to enjoy the advantages of oxygen while flying below the altitudes where oxygen is mandated – that can mean fewer headaches, increased alertness, and feeling less exhausted when you reach your destination. Your actual oxygen usage will be determined by your breathing rate and physiological needs at altitude. The programmability of the MH EDS means that, unlike constant–flow oxygen systems, you can “set it and forget it”. By automatically detecting your pressure altitude, the MH EDS can be set to start providing oxygen immediately or at a specified altitude and will automatically adjust the oxygen flow as your altitude changes. When you're flying, don't you have more important things to do than adjust your oxygen flow during altitude changes?

The EDS–O2D1–2G System enables the general aviation pilot to fly at pressure altitudes up to 25,000′ with safety and comfort. The EDS–O2D1–2G digital Pulse– Demand™ system reduces Oxygen consumption dramatically. Different from the “standard” constant flow systems, the EDS–O2D1–2G 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.

Abandoned unit auto shut off: If you should forget to turn your EDS off after use, it will now go into auto shut–down (drawing very little power) after 3 hours of detecting no use in an attempt to save the batteries for another flight.

Features

• Compact, light–weight, easy–to–use.
• Automatically adjusts oxygen flow for pressure altitude.
• Reduced oxygen consumption through more efficient oxygen delivery compared to constant–flowsystems.
• Rugged MIL–spec control switch for improved reliability. Positive position–detents provide excellent tactile feedback and resistance to inadvertent changes.
• Rotary mode–switch selects the EDS operating mode: Night, Delay or high–flow Facemask settings
. • Large easy–to–grip indicator knob for ease of use and good visibility.
• Red/Yellow/Green LEDs indicate oxygen flow status and alarm conditions.
• Audible and visible FLOW–FAULT Alarm informs user of kinked, pinched or disconnected oxygen lines.
• Reduced dry mouth and sinus discomfort compared to constant–flow oxygen systems.

What's in the Kit

Item
O2D2
O2D1
EDS User Manual
1
1
EDS Unit
O2D2
O2D1
AA Batteries
3
2
3M Dual–Lock
2
2
Anti–Bacterial
Face Mask Wipes
1
1
Oxygen Inlet Tube
1
1
EDDS Face Mask
2
1
Cannula, Standard
2
1
Cannula, Flare–Tip
2
1
Tote–Bag
2
1
Warranty
Registration Card
1
1

Storing The EDS

Close the cylinder valve, bleed the regulator, and disconnect all tubing (inlet and cannula/facemask) when the EDS unit is not being used. Do not store the EDS unit with the inlet under pressure.

Stow oxygen tubing and cannulas/masks in a manner that ensures that they will not be contaminated with dirt or debris. The supplied tote bags or a recloseable plastic bag is a good storage container. Anytime oxygen lines are disconnected, they must be protected to prevent contamination. Improperly stowed oxygen lines can lead to the following problems:

• Moisture can enter the system. When it evaporates it can then leave a precipitate (scum) on the breathing sensor or valve seat which can compromise the operation of the EDS.
• Foreign Objects or Debris (FOD) can enter the system (including insects). When the EDS is reconnected and gas applied, the debris is pushed into the unit and comes to rest at a constriction. This will most often trigger a FLOW FAULT, but partial obstructions can sufficiently reduce the flow enough to affect the amount of oxygen delivered at higher altitudes and create a risk of hypoxia.

Remove the batteries to prevent leakage and corrosion if the unit is not going to be used for an extended period (30 days or more). When using the unit for the first time after extended storage, verify battery function via the usual POWER–UP procedure. Replace the batteries if in doubt or if a LOW BATTERY Alert is received. A fresh set of spare alkaline batteries should be part of your pre–flight inventory.

Replace batteries annually regardless of use.

At What Altitude Should Oxygen Be Used?

In general, it can be assumed that the normal, healthy individual is unlikely to need supplementary oxygen at altitudes below 8,000 feet. One exception is night flying. Because the retina of the eye is affected by even extremely mild hypoxia, deterioration of night vision becomes significant above 5,000 feet. Between 8,000 and 12,000 feet, hypoxia may cause the first signs of fatigue, drowsiness, sluggishness, headache, and slower reaction time. At 15,000 feet, the hypoxic effect becomes increasingly apparent in terms of impaired efficiency, increased drowsiness, errors in judgment, and difficulty with simple tasks requiring mental alertness or muscular coordination. These symptoms become more intensified with progressively higher ascent or with prolonged exposure. At 20,000 feet, a pilot may scarcely be able to see, much less read, the instruments. His or her hearing, perception, judgment, comprehension, and general mental and physical faculties are practically useless. The pilot may be on the verge of complete collapse. Therefore, the availability and use of supplemental oxygen is recommended on night flights where altitudes above 5,000 feet are contemplated, and for altitudes above 8,000 feet on daytime flights.

About Mountain High

Founded by pilot and engineer Patrick L. Mclaughlin, Mountain High has been supplying aviation oxygen equipment and supplies since 1985. The company is known particularly for it's EDS product, an electronic ‘Pulse–Demand™’ adaptive oxygen delivery device.

Mountain High has also been at the forefront of providing pilots of all types of aircraft with affordable and easy–to–use oxygen transfillers and adapters.

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Technical Data O2D1

 
Width (Widest Point)
3.1″ (79 mm)
Height (With Connectors)
5.23″ (130 mm)
Depth (Front to Rear)
0.95″ (24 mm)
Weight (With Batteries)
7.5 oz. (213 g)
Battery Type
1.5 Volt AA Alkaline (2 Ea.)
Battery Voltage
NOM
~2.875 VDC
Low Battery – 1 Level
~2.40 VDC ± 0.04 VDC
Low Battery – 2 Level
~2.25 VDC ± 0.04 VDC
MIN Start–Up Voltage
~2.00 VDC ± 0.04 VDC
Battery Current
Average
~3.25 ma
Peak (~500 ms Max.)
~100 ma
Battery Life
NOM
(Fresh Batteries, Normal Operating Conditions)
~100 Hrs.
Low Battery – 1 Alert
(Time Remaining at Onset)
~8 Hours
Low Battery – 2 Alarm
(Time Remaining at Onset)
~2 Hours
Test Conditions
25° C, ~25% RH
Mountain High EDS-02D1 Pulse Demand Oxygen Controller
Mountain High EDS-02D1

EDS O2D2 Technical Data

 
Width (Widest Point)
4.3″ (109 mm)
Height (With Connectors)
3.85″ (98 mm)
Depth (Front to Rear)
1.25″ (32 mm)
Weight (With Batteries)
12.1 oz. (343 g)
Battery Type
1.5 Volt AA Alkaline (3 Ea.)
Battery Voltage
NOM
~4.25 VDC
Low Battery – 1 Level
~3.3 VDC ± 0.01 VDC
Low Battery – 2 Level
~3.0 VDC ± 0.01 VDC
MIN Start–Up Voltage
~2.8 VDC ± 0.01 VDC
Battery Current
Average
~3.75 mA
Peak (~500 ms Max.)
~1220 mA
Battery Life
NOM
(Fresh Batteries, Normal Operating Conditions)
2 People ~50 Hrs.
1 Person ~100 Hrs.
Low Battery – 1 Alert
(Time Remaining at Onset)
2 People ~4 Hrs.
1 Person ~8 Hrs.
Low Battery – 2 Alarm
(Time Remaining at Onset)
2 People ~1 Hr
1 Person ~2 Hrs.
Test Conditions
25° C, ~25% RH
Mountain High O2D2
MH O2D2
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