Mountain High Makes It Easier to Breathe Easier (And Longer)
Redmond, Ore.-based Mountain High announced at AOPA Expo that it is now shipping the single-user EDS-O2D1 digital "pulse demand" oxygen delivery system. According to the company, the shirt-pocket-size system automatically regulates the flow to deliver only the needed amount of oxygen, cutting consumption by up to six times that of constant-flow systems. Additionally, the system profiles the breather and adjusts the flow as needed and warns the user when not breathing enough through the canulla or face mask to prevent hypoxia.
Mountain High said the O2D1, which runs for up to 125 hours on two AA batteries, retails for $600. The two-user EDS-O2D2 system has been on the market since last year and costs $800. Mountain High also sells complete oxygen systems with the "pulse-demand" regulator, oxygen cylinder, EDS-O2D1 or O2D2, cannula, face mask, tote bag, batteries and a cylinder carry bag.