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Intro: MH EDS O2D2 Two Place Pulse-Demand *FADOC Oxygen System

*FADOC = Full Authority Digital Oxygen Control

Mountain High has just tipped ANN to their "newest breakthrough technology..." the two-person "MH EDS O2D2 Pulse Demand *FADOC™ Oxygen Delivery System". The MH EDS O2D2 is the only single unit, portable, two-place, carry-on Pulse Demand oxygen system currently available for general aviation.

The MH EDS O2D2, with the patented digital electronic "Pulse Demand" *FADOC™ oxygen delivery system, enables the general aviation pilot and passenger to fly at pressure altitudes up to 30,000 feet with safety and comfort. The O2D2 digital pulse demand system reduces oxygen consumption dramatically. Different from the "standard" constant flow systems, the O2D2 pulse demand system wastes no oxygen during the breathing cycle (exhaling and pausing before inhaling again) when oxygen is not being delivered to the lungs. Studies show that 90% of the oxygen supplied by the O2D2 is transferred to the blood. The average user will enjoy a conservative consumption drop of four (4) times compared to the constant flow systems. The system operates, with two people, for up to 50 hours on three AA alkaline batteries.

Easy to use, the two-person O2D2 reduces oxygen system workload to almost nil. There are no oxygen flow indicators to watch or manually operated constant flow valves to adjust due to altitude changes. Two push buttons cycle the O2D2 through the various modes that automatically deliver the required supplemental oxygen pulses for various altitudes for both the pilot and passenger or two passengers.

The complete standard system consists of an aluminum oxygen cylinder (buyer has a choice of sizes with upgrades available to very lightweight composite cylinders), a cylinder carry case, primary reducing regulator, low pressure service line, connection fittings, the MH EDS O2D2 FADOC™ unit, breathing cannulas, face masks, and a tote bag.

The complete (including aluminum cylinder) two-place MH EDS O2D2 Pulse Demand FADOC™ Oxygen Delivery System starts at $1100. A variety of options are available to meet specific needs of the individual pilot. Options include extremely lightweight composite cylinders in a number of sizes, regulators, adapters, in-panel systems, brackets, connectors, masks and service lines to name a few.

FMI: www.MHoxygen.com

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