Amara View


Soft and comfortable fabric straps. Easy to use with one modular frame for all cushion sizes. quick release tabs for easy on and off. Adjustable headgear with crown strap. Short tube with elbow and swivel The innovative design prevents red marks, discomfort or irritation on the nose bridge. The smallest and lightest of all leading full face masks. Widest field of vision of all leading full face masks. Enables wearing glasses, reading, and watching tv. No bulky cushion and frame in front of your face and eyes


• A full face mask covers on nose and mouth it designed for those who breathe out their nose and mouth. • It can also helpful for people who sleep on their backs or require high pressure settings. • It provides the most efficient and effective amount of air pressure to any individual that needs little more air pressure. • It is perfect for mouth breathe for individual that sleep on their back. • Natural breathing • Water barrier • Built in dry top snorkel system • Anti fog breathing circulation • No jaw fatigue • Better visibility • It protect the wearer from inhaling hazardous vapors, gases and fumes face as well as eye and filter which should be changed regularly in order to ensure effective protection of the wearer.

Benefits & Specifications

• Amara View's innovative design prevents red marks, discomfort or irritation on the nose bridge.¹ It’s easy to wear glasses, read, or watch TV without a bulky frame or cushion in front of the face and eyes.
• Magnetic clips make attaching or reattaching headgear before bed or in the middle of the night easy and fast. Availability of magnetic clips varies. Contact your local Philips customer service department for availability.
• One modular frame for all cushion sizes.
• Amara View covers less of the patient’s face and has a wider field of vision than the Resmed AirFit F20 or the Fisher & Paykel Simplus. It’s also smaller and lighter (Note: excludes Amara View’s quick release tube)



Resistance with Anti-Asphyxia Valve Closed to Atmosphere

Drop in Pressure at


50 SLPM                100SLPM

0.8 cm H20             2.0 cm H20            



Closed to Atmosphere

OPEN to  Atmosphere

A minimum of 3 cm H20 must be maintained to ensure that the anti-asphyxia valve closes

In the absence of positive airway pressure, the anti-asphyxia valve will open


Inspiratory and Expiratory Resistance with Anti-Asphyxia Valve Open to


Inspiratory Resistance

Expiratory Resistance



At 50 SLPM




1.0 CM H20

1.5 CM H20


S      150.4 ml

M     148.8 ml

L        167.8 ml


A-weighted Sound Power Level                32.5 dBA

A-weighted Sound Pressure Level at 1m 24.2 dBA



Temperature: -4° F to 140° F (-20° C to 60° C)

Relative Humidity: 15% to 95%, non-condensing



An exhalation port is built into this mask so a separate exhalation port is not required.

 This mask is not made with natural rubber latex or DEHP.



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