The patented MH EDS (Electronic Delivery System) is a one (02D1-2G) 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 altitude 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 programmablility 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 adust 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 feet 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 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.