Omron CompAir Nebulizer System NE-C801

J-ONE-C801

CompAir is the smallest, lightest, most convenient tabletop nebulizer - ever. Weighing less than 10 oz., the CompAir NE-C801 compressor is extremely portable, giving you the ability to manage and treat yourself at your convenience, wherever you may be. This nebulizer is perfect for international travel as it includes a multi-voltage changer that can operate on all voltages ranging from 100 to 240 volts. When therapy is finished, CompAir is small enough to be tucked away in a cabinet or drawer.

Despite its size, Omron’s advanced design and engineering allows the CompAir to administer medication as effectively as table top models three times its size. Because of Omron’s exclusive Virtual Valve Technology (V.V.T.), the CompAir is smaller and lighter than most tabletop nebulizers. The Virtual Valve Technology allows the nebulizer to produce particles as fine as 5 um MMD, assuring optimum absorption even in the narrow branches of the lower airways for effective inhalation of medication.

Like all tabletop compressors, this Omron product requires that you regularly replace the air filter – so add a pack of 5 filters specifically designed for this compressor to your order to ensure your unit will run at peak performance for months!

What's in the box: compressor, reusable nebulizer kit (7 ml capacity), 3' of tubing, mouthpiece, 5 replacement filters, AC adapter, carrying case, and a multi-lingual instruction manual.

Need parts or accessories? Click here for a list of parts and accessories for this nebulizer!

Customer Reviews

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Ruth T.
Omicron CompAir NE-C801

Arrived quickly. Is working well. I like the compactness.

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B. M.
New nebulizer!

Improved my old nebulizer and its loud noise while being used.

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G.
Great travel machine

This is my 3rd machine which I have traveled all over the world with. Very dependable and small enough to pack. I use it 2x a day for 20 years

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Nancy M.

Was very statisfied.

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Ronald P.

Too weak