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Inogen At Home System: 5 Liter Home Oxygen Concentrator

Posted by Duke on Apr 24, 2015 1:23:49 PM
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Inogen is known as a leader in the oxygen industry for their innovative and lightweight portable oxygen concentrators. However, they didn't have anything available for home use, until now. Introducing the Inogen At Home concentrator, a 5 liter home oxygen concentrator designed to be used 24/7. Weighing just 18 pounds and standing 13" W x 7" D x 16.5" H the Inogen At Home concentrator is the smallest and lightest home oxygen concentrator on the market. 

Inogen At Home Features:

  • 18 Pounds
  • Continuous Flow Settings 1-5 LPM
  • Quiet Operating Sound Level
  • Low Maintenance Machine
  • Extremely Energy Efficient 

Inogen At Home Unit Specs:

Dimensions 13" W x 7" D x 16.5" H
Weight 18 Pounds
Flow Rate Settings 1-5 Liters Per Minute 
Power 100-240V, 275W, 50-60Hz 
Noise Level 40 Decibels on 2 LPM
For Use w/ CPAP or BiPAP Yes
Warranty 3 Years

 

Small, Lightweight, and Non-Invasive

Compared to other home oxygen concentrators on the market the Inogen At Home is almost half the weight of the next lightest machine, allowing you to easily move it from room to room. The Inogen At Home is also smaller in size than the other home oxygen concentrators making it easy to store out of the way of your grandchildren and pets.

With an operating noise level of 40 decibels on a setting of 2 LPM, the Inogen At Home concentrator is one of the quietest units on the market. For reference, an average desktop computer that is turned on and running registers at 40 decibels. You won't have to worry about the concentrator interrupting your deep sleep or your favorite T.V. show.

Not to mention, it can be used with up to 100ft of oxygen supply tubing conveniently allowing you to place the unit where it won't bother you one bit.

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