Light, versatile, and easy to use, Trilogy100 offers clinicians and patient one of life's greatest qualities - simplicity. The Trilogy100 portable volume and pressure support ventilator is ideal for use at home or in alternative care sites.

Contact information

* This field is mandatory

Contact details


Company details


Business details

By specifying your reason for contact we will be able to provide you with a better service.
Screen displays || Easy to use

Screen displays are easy to read

Trilogy100 provides easy-to-read, easy-to-navigate screens with clear, concise directions. It can display detailed readings for clinicians or simplified screens for the patient and caregiver. Either way, Trilogy100's intuitive design allows for quick access to device settings and patient information.
Two circuit options || Versatile

Two circuit options for simple, flexible use

Interchangeable active and passive exhalation porting blocks give clinicians the flexibility to choose the best available circuit and interface for patients. Trilogy100's internal PEEP, combined with a single-limb circuit, creates a simple application.
Passive circuit option || Versatile

Passive circuit option for passive exhalation

The Passive Circuit Option uses single limb circuit with a passive exhalation port or mask with integrated leak. It is compatible with AutoTrak or flow triggering options. This feature provides an estimate of the exhaled tidal volume, as well as leak compensation in both volume and pressure modes.
Active with PAP circuit option || Powerful

Active with PAP circuit option supports proximal pressure sensing

The Active with PAP circuit option uses a single limb circuit and a proximal pressure sensor and active exhalation device. The Flow Trigger initiates when the patient’s inspiratory effort creates a flow equal to or greater than the flow sensitivity setting. It provides for an indication of the delivered tidal volume (Vti).
Direct View Ventilation Management Re... || Powerful

Direct View Ventilation Management Reporting Software for prescription management

DirectView Ventilation Management Reporting Software streamlines reporting to help identify adjustments necessary to maintain effective treatment and improve patient care. Data can be exported into most statistical applications in an open format for clinicians to share for further analysis. This allows prescription management through the use of a commonly available SD memory card.

Technical Specifications

  • 5 – 40 °C
Relative humidity
  • 15 - 95 %
Atmospheric pressure
  • 110 to 60 kPa
Circuit types
  • Active with PAP; passive
Ventilation types
  • Volume control; pressure control; bilevel
Volume modes
  • AC; SIMV (w/PS); CV
Pressure modes
  • CPAP; S; S/T; T; PC-SIMV (w/PS)
  • 4 to 50 cm H₂O
EPAP for active circuits
  • 0 to 25 cm H₂O
EPAP for passive circuits
  • 4 to 50 cm H₂O
CPAP for passive circuits
  • 4 to 20 cm H₂O
PEEP for active circuits
  • 0 to 25 cm H₂O
PEEP for passive circuits
  • 4 to 25 cm H₂O
Pressure support differential
  • 0 to 30 cm H₂O
  • 5 kg (11 lb)
  • 16.68 cm L x 28.45 cm W x 23.52 cm H (6.6" L x 11.2" W x 9.3" H)
Apnea rate
  • Off; 10 to 60 sec
Circuit disconnect
  • Off; 10 to 60 sec
High tidal volume
  • Off; 50 to 2000 ml
Low tidal volume
  • Off; 50 to 2000 ml
High minute ventilation
  • Off; 1.0 to 99 l/min
Low minute ventilations
  • Off; 0.5 to 99 l/min
High respiratory rate
  • Off; 4 to 80 beats per minute
Low respiratory rate
  • Off; 4 to 80 beats per minute
Measured patient parameters
Measured patient parameters
Tidal volume
  • 50 to 2000 ml
Respiratory rate
  • 0 to 80 beats per minute
Minute ventilation
  • 0 to 99 l/min
Breath rate
  • 1 to 60 for AC mode; 1 to 60 for all other modes
Inspiratory time
  • 0.3 to 5.0 sec
Leak rate
  • 0 to 2000 l/min
Rise time
  • 1 to 6
Peak inspiratory flow
  • 0 to 2000 l/min
Ramp start pressure
  • 0 to 25 cm H2O for active circuits; 4 to 25 cm H2O for passive circuits; 4 to 19 cm H2O in CPAP cm H₂O
Ramp length
  • Off; 5 to 45 min
Peak inspiratory pressure
  • 0 to 99 cm H₂O
Mean airway pressure
  • 0 to 99 cm H₂O
  • Off; 1 to 3
Percentage patient triggered breaths
  • 0 to 100 %
Flow trigger sensitivity
  • 1 to 9 l/min
I:E ratio
  • 9.9:1 to 1:9.9
Flow cycle
  • 10 to 90 %
Apnea rate
  • 4 to 60 beats per minute