US FDA authorized ventilator for continuous minimal ventilatory support, facility use.
(Target Tidal Volume Function)

Bi-level PAP (Bi-level Positive Airway Pressure) device intended to provide non-invasive ventilation for patients with Respiratory Insufficiency. It is intended for adult patients by prescription in the home or hospital/institutional environment. With its Target Tidal Volume function and other excellent comfort features and effective performance, it offers each patient personalized ventilation support.

Somata Genesis, Inc.

Exterior Design

Bi-level ventilator technical parameter table
Ventilator Type
Ventilator Type Electric Control
Scope of application Treatment and titration of patients with sleep apnea-hypopnea syndrome, severe snoring, and respiratory insufficiency.
UI 3.5-inch LED screen, Chinese operating system
* Ventilation mode CPAP, S, S / T, T
Pressure range
Pressure range 4-30cmH2O (± 0.5cmH2O)
Pressure accuracy ± 0.5cmH2O
Parameter settings
Delayed boost 0-60min, setting the binning interval 5min
Initial pressure 4cmH2O-treatment pressure / respiratory pressure setting
Treatment stress 4-20cmH2O (in CPAP mode)
Maximum suction pressure 4-30cmH2O, (can be set when the target tidal volume function is on)
Minimum suction pressure 4-30cmH2O (not higher than the suction pressure),(can be set when the target tidal volume function is on)
Inspiratory pressure 4-30cmH2O
Expiratory pressure 4-30cmH2O
Expiratory decompression Patient, Off, 1-3 Adjustable
Manual pressure regulation Level 0-2, 0-2cmH2O (only available in CPAP mode)
Inspiratory sensitivity 1-8 files
Expiratory sensitivity 1-8 files
Respiratory rate 3-40 times / minute
Inspiratory time 0.3-3.0s
Backup frequency On / off, default value 10
Pressure rise time 1-4 gear
Humidifier 1-5 total 5 levels adjustable
* Titration function Support manual and automatic pressure titration, built-in remote wireless communication module, complete single and dual level switching at will during the titration, and control more than 11 ventilator parameters at the same time.
Auxiliary function Automatic leak compensation, automatic startup, automatic shutdown, delayed shutdown, screen backlight adjustment
Monitoring parameters Pressure, tidal volume, breathing rate, minute ventilation, leak volume, inspiratory time, blood oxygen saturation
Wave curve Pressure-time waveform, flow-time waveform
Alarm prompt Tubes and masks falling off, air leakage prompts, power interruption, treatment machine failure, humidifier failure, low voltage, high breathing rate, low breathing rate, low minute ventilation, low blood oxygen, replacement of filter cotton, SD card full Reseat SD card
* Data management
Network data BMC + Respiratory Health Management Cloud Platform
SD card data RESmart Npap data analysis software
SD card Standard
SD card slot Standard
Pipeline 22mm, length is 1.8m
Mask Standard F2 Oral Mask
noise ≤30dB
Environmental conditions
when using it During transportation and storage
temperature 5 °C -35 °C -20 °C -55 °C
Atmospheric pressure 760-1060hPa 760-1060hPa
operating hours ≥8 hours
Power requirements
AC voltage 100-240V
frequency 50Hz / 60Hz
input power ≤2A
Waterproof level IP22-anti-drip device
Instrument size 290mm × 180mm × 134mm
Weight 1.5kg (excluding humidifier) 2.5kg (including humidifier)

The following recommendations pertain to adult and paediatric patients with ARDS who are treated with non-invasive or high-flow oxygen systems. High-flow nasal oxygen (HFNO) should be used only in selected patients with hypoxemic respiratory failure. Non-invasive ventilation (NIV) should be used only in selected patients with hypoxemic respiratory failure. Patients treated with either HFNO or NIV should be closely monitored for clinical deterioration.
–Reference Clinical management of severe acute respiratory infection (SARI) when COVID-19 disease is suspected

Treatment of severe and critical cases:
a. Treatment principle: Based on symptomatic treatment, actively prevent complications, treat basic diseases, prevent secondary infections, and provide organ function support in a timely manner
b. Respiratory support:
(a) Oxygen therapy: Severe patients should receive nasal cannula or mask to inhale oxygen and evaluate in time whether respiratory distress and / or hypoxemia is relieved.(b) High-flow nasal cannula oxygen therapy or non -invasive mechanical ventilation: When patients have respiratory distress and / or hypoxemia cannot be relieved after receiving standard oxygen therapy, high -flow can be considered Nasal catheter oxygen therapy or non-invasive ventilation. If the condition does not improve or worsens within a short time (1 to 2 hours ), tracheal intubation and invasive mechanical ventilation should be performed in time.
— Reference Diagnosis and treatment of pneumonitis for a new coronavirus infection (Trial Version 7)

  • Eco Smart heating system with innovative dual water chambers design delivers accurate water quantity control with real time compensation, ensuring excellent humidifying capacity and improves comfort.
  • Easy to take off and clean.
  • Function to prevent overheating when water is out.

Inspiratory / Expiratory sensitivity
8 grades of I Sens and E Sens optimize the compliance of machine with the patient.

S/T Mode
Machine complies with patient breathing. However, if there is no inhalation for a certain period of time, the machine will give a forced ventilation to ensure the minimum ventilation.

Target Tidal Volume Function
Optimize IPAP according to mean Vt of last 5 breathings and prescribed Target Vt. Larger difference between mean Vt and
target Vt takes more evident adjustment in IPAP. 1.60
  • Inspiratory pressure is between IPAP min and IPAP max.
  • Larger difference between mean Vt and target Vt takes more evident adjustment in IPAP.
  • Patient Vt is the mean of Vt values from patient’s last 5 breathings.
Height(m) Ideal Weight (kg)(BMI=20) Target Vt (mL) (8 mL/kg)) Target Vt (mL) (10 mL/kg)
1.50 45 360 450
1.55 48 380 480
1.60 51 410 510
1.65 54 440 540
1.70 58 460 580
1.75 61 490 610
1.80 65 520 650
1.85 68 550 690
1.90 72 580 720

Auto Leak Compensation
The machine detects the leaks during treatment in real time and adjusts the baseline to ensure correct triggering and related functions.
Inspiratory time control
Tim min and Ti max could be set independently, avoiding insufficient ventilation due to short inspiratory time. At the meantime, cases can be prevented where expiratory sensitivity is unable to meet due to large leaks.

Data Management

Various way of therapy report review
  • Quick Report through Device Screen
  • Phone App
  • Cloud Platform
  • Web App
  • Data Analysis Software (PC software)
  • Software web version

Alarms to make therapy reliable
Various visual and auditory alarming – Leak, High/Low RR, High/Low Pressure, Low Minute Ventilation, Low SpO2, Power Failure, etc.

3.5-inch LCD screen
Real time display – Pressure (waveform), Flow (waveform), Vte, Respiratory Rate, Minute Ventilation, Leak, Inspiration Time.

15 Languages
English / Español / Português / Deutsch / 中文(简体) / Français / Polski / Italiana / Türk / Русский / Nederlands / Ελληνικά / 한국어 / Magyar / ไทย

Full therapy solution
  • Trolley
  • Battery for power back-up
  • Respiratory humidifier to deliver optimal outcomes
  • 15 or 22 mm tubing
  • Heated tubing
  • SpO2 Kit
  • GPRS / Wi-Fi Kit
  • 12/24 V DC/DC Converter

Benefits of monitoring & supporting through cloud platform and patient self-management
A 12-month study in the United States in disease management such as strengthened education, follow-up in patients with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, showed that:
Reduction in hospital admission and emergency visits for COPD, particularly for cases due to non-infectious factors.
AM J Respir Crit Care Med. 2010 Oct 1;182(7):890-6
Dewen and other studies have found that multi-dimensional integrated management in patients can effectively reduce the medical cost of COPD by about 11.7% per person.
COPD.2011 Jun;8(3):153-9
*Studies and researches above are listed as clinical references only, which were not conducted with BMC products.

Model Comparison
Specs. IPAP: 4 – 30 hPa
EPAP: 4 – 25 hPa
CPAP mode: 4 – 20 hPa
3.5-inch CPAP, S, T, S/T
General Info
Dimensions: 170 mm × 180 mm × 118 mm
290 mm × 180 mm × 134 mm (with the humidifier)
Weight: 1.5 kg
2.5 kg (with the humidifier)
Water capacity: 350 mL at recommended water level
The ramp time ranges from 0 to 60 minutes
Humidifier Settings: off, 1 to 5 (95°F to 167°F / 35°C to 75°C) Humidifier Output: No less than 10 mg H2O/L
Range: 0 to 100%
Pulse Rate
Range: 40 to 240 BPM
Sound Pressure Level
< 30 dB, when the device is working at the pressure of 10 hPa


SD card can record patient data and fault information
AC Power Consumption
100 – 240 V AC, 50/60 Hz, Max 2 A
Key Parameters
Target Vt: On/ Off 150~1500 mL
Reslex: Patient, Off, 1~3 I Sens.: 1~8
E Sens.: 1~8
Res Rate: 3~40 BPM
Ti: 0.3-3.0s Rise Time: 1~4

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