The Inogen One G5 offers the most oxygen per pound for a portable oxygen concentrator on the market today.
With its compact and lightweight design, the Inogen One G5 provides varying flow settings from 1-6 and is designed for 24-hour use, dramatically increasing your patients’ independence. This POC’s user interface has been designed with easy-to-read LCD displays and simple control functions.
The Inogen Portable Oxygen is one of the most popular, not only is it lightweight, it has one of the longest-lasting batteries and includes batteries that can be easily removed and charged outside of the concentrator.
Represents continuous flow lightweight portable models and includes a carrying bag.
We want to make sure your oxygen needs are met and that you get the most for your money, which is why we also include the manufacturer’s warranty with the price, the batteries you’ll need, and a free nasal cannula to get started.
You will also get the AC and DC power cords needed to charge your model-specific portable oxygen concentrator and carry bag.
The smallest oxygen concentrator can dispense 0.5 to 2 LPM (liters per minute) of continuous flow oxygen and can also be used with a humidifier.
The typical lifespan appears to be around 1,500 to 2,000 hours of use. Since most people generally use their POC infrequently, it can last for several years before needing repair.
Instead of scheduling regular refills or replacements for tanks, a portable oxygen concentrator takes in ambient air and sends it through a filtration process to produce medical-grade quality oxygen.
Life changes when you need supplemental oxygen on a regular basis. Portable oxygen concentrators are little machines that change lives.