Product Description of Inogen One G3 Oxygen Concentrator
- Weight: 3.2kg (with a single battery)
- Length: 27.3cm
- Width: 10.0cm
- Height: 24.3cm
- Oxygen flow: Pulse dose delivery system. Five flow settings from 1-6
- Power Sensing: AC power supply 100-240V, 50-60Hz (auto sensing allows worldwide use)
- Delivers equivalent of 1 to 6 litres of oxygen per minute via pulse dose
- Battery: Duration up to 8 hours on 24 cell battery
- Noise Level: Less than 38 Decibels on setting 2
- Warranty: 3 years Manufacturers Warranty
- Operation: Simple control functions and easy-to-read LCD display
- Use: Stationary, portable, and travel
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What accessories come with the G2 HF?
- The Inogen One G2 HF System
- 1 x 12 Cell Rechargeable Lithium Ion Batteries
- Folding light weight trolley
- New Design Carry Bag & Strap
- AC Power Supply
- Mobile Charger
- Nasal Cannula
- Full three year manufacturer parts and labour warranty.
How long does the Inogen G2 HF battery last?
- Setting 1 – 4 hours 12 cell or 8 hours 24 cell
- Setting 2 – 3.5 hours 12 cell or 7 hours 24 cell
- Setting 3 – 2.7 hours 12 cell or 5.4 hours 24 cell
- Setting 4 – 2.2 hours 12 cell or 4.4 hours 24 cell
- Setting 5 – 2 hours 12 cell or 4 hours 24 cell
These approximate values only. A flow setting of 1 indicates an equivalent 1 litre per minute dose where a flow setting of 5 indicates an equivalent 5 litre per minute dose. Delivered as a pulse dose. Using the larger 24 cell Inogen G2 HF battery provides twice the battery life of the 12 cell.
Do I need a prescription to use an Oxygen Concentrator?
All patients needing home oxygen in Australia must have a prescription issued to them for treatment. A full diagnosis and physiological assessment, including blood gases, must be completed to ensure oxygen therapy is the right course of action for each situation.
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