Inogen One G5 portable oxygen concentrator
For all oxygen users looking for a powerful portable oxygen concentrator with the longest battery runtime out there. The G5 has 6 flow settings and a battery that lasts up to 13 hours, by far the longest battery runtime available on a portable concentrator today.
The portable oxygen concentrator Inogen One G5 is indicated for patients with the following diseases:
Disorders and acute diseases
- Severe pneumonia. Pneumonia is the infection of one or both lungs. If severe, causes deep inflammation of the alveoli, so that they can not exchange a sufficient amount of oxygen with the blood.
- Severe asthma attacks. Asthma is a lung disease that inflames and does restrict the bronchi. The majority of patients who suffer of asthma, including many children, is able to manage the symptoms safely, however, if asthma attacks are severe, the patient may need admission to the hospital for oxygen therapy.
- Respiratory distress syndrome or bronchopulmonary dysplasia in premature infants. Premature infants may suffer from one or both of these serious lung diseases. As part of the therapy, may receive oxygen through a fan or a mask nasal continuous positive pressure, or via nasal cannula.
Disorders and chronic diseases
- COPD (chronic obstructive pulmonary disease). COPD is a progressive disease in which the injury to the alveoli prevents the passage of a sufficient amount of oxygen in the blood. The adjective “progressive” means that the disease tends to get worse with the passage of time.
- Severe heart failure. In this disorder, the heart is unable to pump a sufficient amount of oxygen-rich blood to meet the body’s needs.
- Cystic fibrosis. Cystic fibrosis is a hereditary disease of the exocrine glands, including those that produce mucus and sweat. In patients suffering from cystic fibrosis, airways fill with thick, sticky mucus, which facilitates the growth of bacteria, causing severe and recurrent lung infections. With the passage of time, infections can severely damage the lungs.
- Sleep-related breathing disorders that are lowering the level of oxygen during sleep, such as sleep apnea.
- Cluster headache. is a primary neurovascular headache extremely painful Is recurrent, with active phases alternating with periods of spontaneous remission. These active phases are called “clusters”.
High oxygen output
A big advantage of the Inogen One G5 is that it has 6 oxygen settings, 1 more than the Inogen One G3 or compering one stationary oxygen device. Every setting compares to roughly 1 litre of oxygen per minute, making the G5 very powerful. You can easily set the concentrator to the appropriate setting by pressing the + and – buttons on the control panel.
Long battery run time
The unprecedented battery run time of the Inogen One G5 is its second strength. With the included 16 cell battery you can use the G5 concentrator for up to 13 hours without recharging. So you can confidently go out without worrying about time. The battery run time depends on the oxygen setting you use; the higher the setting, the shorter the run time.
|Flow setting||Run time (hours: minutes)|
Small and lightweight
The Inogen One G5 with 16 cell battery is very compact, only 18 cm long and 23 cm high. It weighs 2.6 kg including the battery, making it very easy to bring along. The G5 fits perfectly in the included stylish carry bag. The bag has a luxurious design and a padded interior to protect the concentrator. Do you prefer carrying the concentrator on your back? Order the optional Inogen One G5 backpack with extra storage compartments. Either way, with this small oxygen concentrator you will enjoy comfortable oxygen therapy, wherever you go!
Easy to use
You can operate the Inogen One G5 easily with the control panel on top of the concentrator. The LCD display gives all the information you need about your oxygen therapy. The clear icons and large numbers show you your oxygen setting and the remaining battery life at a glance.
This portable oxygen concentrator is very energy efficient. With its 16 cell battery, it gives you up to 13 hours of autonomy without recharging. When the concentrator is connected to a power supply, you can use it and charge the battery simultaneously. You can plugin on the mains or a DC power output in your car, mobile home or boat, using the included AC power supply or DC cable. Optionally you can charge a spare battery using the Inogen One G5 external battery charger. This will come in handy when you’re preparing for a long trip.
The purifying of the oxygen takes place inside the columns (also called molecular sieves, or just sieves). For the Inogen One G5, Inogen has designed a brand new column housing, greatly improving their expected lifespan. Just as with the G3 and G4, you can easily replace them yourself. Whenever it’s time to do so, we are happy to help. There is a 1-year warranty on the columns.
The Inogen One G5 is ‘FAA approved’, meaning it is allowed to take and use on board an aeroplane. So you are assured of oxygen therapy anywhere, even when flying! There is a label on the back of the concentrator confirming the concentrator meets the demands of the FAA (Federal Aviation Administration).
- Inogen One G5 portable oxygen concentrator
- Large 16 cell battery
- AC power supply
- DC power cable
- Carry bag
- Shoulder strap
- Nasal cannula
- User manual
|Battery:||Li-Ion 16 cell|
|Battery runtime:||Up to 13 hours|
|Sound level:||38 dB|
|AC Power:||100-240 V, 50-60 Hz|
|Warranty sieve beds:||1 year|
|Dimensions:||18 x 8 x 23 cm|