Product Description of Inogen One G5 Oxygen Concentrator
- Weight: 1.22kg (with a single battery)
- Length: 7.19″
- Width: 3.26″
- Height: 8.15″
- Oxygen flow: Pulse dose delivery system. Five flow settings from 1-6
- Power Sensing: AC Power Supply 100-240V, 50-60Hz (auto sensing to allow worldwide use) DC Power Cable: for mobile use in car
- 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 G5?
- Inogen One G5 Portable Oxygen Concentrator
- 8 Cell Single Battery
- AC Power Supply
- DC Power Supply
- Custom Carrying Case
- Shoulder Strap
- 3 Year Warranty
- Full three year manufacturer parts and labour warranty.
How long does the Inogen G5 battery last?
- Setting 1 – Up to 6.5 Hours Single Battery or 13 hours Double Battery
- Setting 2 – Up to 5 Hours Single Battery or 10 hours Double Battery
- Setting 3 – Up to 3.5 Hours Single Battery or 7 hours Double Battery
- Setting 4 – Up to 2.5 Hours Single Battery or 5 hours Double Battery
- Setting 5 – Up to 1 Hour and 51 Minutes Single Battery or Up to 3 Hours and 48 Minutes Double Battery
- Setting 6 – Up to 1 Hour Single Battery or Up to 2 Hours and 45 Minutes Double Battery
The G5 by Inogen is setting the bar in both size and battery run time that have never been seen before at this high flow oxygen dose setting (1-6). The Inogen One G5 offers user-replaceable batteries and sieve beds making it easier to service the device when the time comes. The G5 device has an easy to read LCD display with simple push controls. And it can be charged at home or on the go—giving you the freedom and independence to where you want, when you want, and at a moments notice!
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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