Inogen at Home Oxygen Concentrator
If you’re looking for a lightweight and quiet home oxygen concentrator, look no further than the Inogen At Home! Weighing only 18 pounds, this 5 liter per minute stationary concentrator allows you to move the unit from room to room with ease.
Inogen understands that buying a stationary concentrator is a big decision, but you can’t go wrong when choosing the Inogen At Home. It fulfills your oxygen needs all while remaining efficient and unobtrusive.
You never have to worry about keeping your oxygen concentrator safe from pets, grandchildren, or any other activity that may be happening in your home. The Inogen At Home System is so small and easy to maneuver that you will have no trouble finding a place where it is close enough for comfort, but it can also remain out of harm’s way.
Minimal Noise Level
Whether you’re attempting to get a good night’s sleep, listening to music, or having a conversation with a friend, you don’t need the inconvenience of dealing with a loud oxygen concentrator.
The Inogen At Home runs at 40 decibels at a setting of 2 LPM, which is similar to the noise level produced by a running computer, so you will be able to carry out your daily activities without the nuisance of a loud concentrator operating in the background!
A Low Maintenance Machine
Any maintenance required for the Inogen At Home is very straightforward and takes just a few minutes at most. The only three items you will have to worry about when maintaining your Inogen are:
- Cannula Replacement
- Particle Filter Cleaning
- Surface Cleaning
Maintaining your cannulas is a cinch. All you have to do is replace your cannula every 2 weeks, or as often as you see fit. This ensures a constant and steady stream of oxygen is pumping through your concentrator, and it also helps prevent you from catching illnesses.
Particle Filter Cleaning
Designed with a pull-tab for easy removal, the particle filter on the Inogen At Home is positioned on the right side of the concentrator. To clean the filter, simply remove it from the machine and wash it in warm water with disinfecting soap. It is important to let it air dry before re-installing it in your unit. Inspect the filter after each cleaning to determine if it is time to replace it with a new one.
Keeping your Inogen’s outside case clean is important as well. This helps to maintain a sanitized machine, and also keeps it looking nice! A dampened (not wet) wash cloth with mild liquid detergent is all you need to clean the case on your Inogen At Home System.
A Machine That Pays for Itself
The Inogen At Home can also save you money since it runs at particularly low power consumption levels. This helps reduce your electricity costs, and in turn, this machine can pay for itself in the long run!
The Inogen’s typical power consumption on setting 5 is 250 watts, and it can save you almost $300 per year on your electricity bill compared to a standard home oxygen concentrator! While that number varies based on your flow rate, this goes to show that the Inogen At Home System is an extremely energy efficient machine.
An Oxygen Concentrator You Can Count On
The Inogen At Home System is designed to run 24/7 with an average compressor life of between 20,000 and 30,000 hours. Due to its compatibility with CPAP machines, Bi-PAP machines, and humidifier bottles, this concentrator permits essentially anyone to use it. The Inogen is also protected from daily wear and tear by its hard-bodied shell.
User-Friendly Control Panel
With only 3 buttons, this machine is painless to operate. The only operating requirements are pushing the “Power” button to turn on your concentrator, and then pressing the “+” or “-” buttons to determine your setting. Your oxygen will then begin to flow through your machine.
What’s Included with Your Inogen At Home System
- Inogen At Home Oxygen Concentrator
- AC Power Supply
- Supply Tubing
- User Manual
- 3 Year Warranty
Add a Humidifier Bottle to Minimize Nasal and Throat Dryness
If you choose to include the additional cost humidified attachment, you can diminish the painful condition of nasal and throat dryness that many oxygen patients deal with. This attachment humidifies your flow of oxygen before delivering it to you, therefore reducing the likelihood of experiencing nose bleeds and cracking.
- Dimensions: 16.5” H x 13.0” W x 7.0” D
- Weight: 18 lbs.
- Oxygen Flow: Continuous
- Flow Settings: 1 - 5 liters per minute
- Power Settings: AC Power Supply 100-240V, 275W, 50-60Hz. Only 100W on Flow Setting 2
- Use: Stationary
- Warranty: Concentrator: 3 Years, Concentrator Sieve Beds and Accessories: 1 year (See Limited Warranty Statement for details.)