Rhythm P2 Concentrator FAQs & Info

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Frequently Asked Questions About The Rhythm P2 Oxygen Concentrator
With so many great portable oxygen concentrators on the market today, it’s a great idea to do your research and make sure you find the best unit for your needs. Your own unique oxygen requirements, lifestyle, and activity level will determine which concentrator suits you best. The new Rhythm P2 portable oxygen concentrator is a popular new model, featuring innovative technology in an ultra-lightweight package. If you’re considering the Rhythm P2, you may have some questions about it. Here are some of the most commonly asked questions and answers about this new portable oxygen concentrator from Rhythm Healthcare:

Q: Can I use the Rhythm P2 unit while it’s charging?

A: Yes! The unit can run while charging, when plugged into an AC outlet or DC car outlet. The external power source will run the unit and charge the battery at the same time.

Q: Can I take the Rhythm P2 with me while traveling? What about on a plane?

A: Absolutely! The Rhythm P2 is an extremely lightweight and portable oxygen concentrator, making it easy to take with you no matter where you go. It’s FAA approved for air travel and is small enough to easily stow while on a plane.

Q: What is the battery life of the Rhythm P2 unit?

A: The rechargeable battery can last up to 5 hours at setting 1. This unit can also be used without a battery when plugged into an AC or DC power source. It takes 4 hours or less to fully charge the battery.

Q: How big is the Rhythm P2? Can I fit it in a purse?

A: The Rhythm P2 oxygen concentrator is one of the smallest units on the market today—small enough to carry with one hand! The unit’s dimensions are 8.7” x 6.3” x 3.3” and it weighs a mere 4.37 lbs. It can fit in most larger purses, tote bags, and backpacks with ease.

Do you have more questions about the new Rhythm P2 portable oxygen concentrator? Reach out to us today at Portable Oxygen Solutions—we’re here to help!

Please Call 1-800-958-0192 to speak to one of our friendly oxygen specialists.