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Inogen At Home Oxygen Concentrator

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Item #: GS-100
5 Liter Oxygen Concentrator

Inogen Home Oxygen Concentrator is one of the lightest and most energy-efficient 5 liters per minute continuous flow oxygen concentrators. It uses the same power as a typical 100W light bulb when operating, saving money on electricity expenses and having a long payback period. Because of its manageable size and weight, patients who want to move their oxygen equipment independently frequently conclude that the Home Oxygen Concentrator is the best oxygen machine for home use.

What does Inogen At Home Oxygen Concentrator Include?

  • 5 Liter Oxygen Concentrator
  • AC power cord
  • User manual
  • Cannula
  • 3-year Warranty Card

Why to choose Inogen Home Oxygen Concentrator?

  • Best oxygen machine for home because it helps users breathe easier and they can move freely around their homes
  • This lightweight oxygen concentrator is easy to bring with to whatever room of the house user is in, so they are not tethered to a heavy tank in one room of the home
  • Helps continue going about daily activities inside the home without worrying about how to move or access the oxygen delivery system
  • Home Oxygen Concentrator is quiet, so the user will get the oxygen needed from this 5-liter oxygen concentrator without the overwhelming noise of other delivery systems One can watch television, read a book or carry on a conversation while the home oxygen concentrator provides a continuous flow of supplemental oxygen
  • Patients who want to receive oxygen treatments with minimal impact on their day-to-day life at home can choose the Inogen At Home as the best oxygen machine for home use
  • At approximately 18 pounds, this lightweight Inogen At Home is half the weight of other home oxygen concentrators today
  • At Flow Setting 2, the Inogen At Home uses just 100W energy, the same as a standard 100W light bulb. Enjoy the energy efficiency of one of the best oxygen machines for the home and breathe better today with the Inogen Oxygen Concentrator

Inogen Home Oxygen Concentrator Benefits

  • Only 18 Pounds
  • 5 Liters per minute, continuous flow
  • Extremely quiet
  • Energy efficient
  • Only 100W on Flow Setting 2

When to use Inogen Home Concentrator?

  • It is used on a prescriptive basis by patients requiring supplemental oxygen.
  • It supplies a high oxygen concentration and uses a nasal cannula to channel oxygen from the concentrator to the patient.
  • The Inogen Oxygen Concentrator may be used in a home or institution.

Replacement Accessories for Inogen Oxygen Concentrator

How to operate Inogen Quiet Home Oxygen Concentrator?

  1. Place the concentrator in a well-ventilated location; air intake and exhaust must have clear access. Ensure that the concentrator is at least 6 inches (15 cm.) away from walls,furniture and curtains that could impede adequate airflow to the device.
  2. Ensure particle filter is in place.
  3. Ensure the intake filter is in place.
  4. Follow instructions A or B below:
    A. If you are not using a humidifier bottle, connect your nasal cannula tubing to the nozzle fitting. The nozzle fitting is located on the top of the concentrator.
    B. If you are using a humidifier bottle, follow the manufacturer’s instructions. Place the humidifier bottle in the designated holder.
  5. Attach the power cord to the back of the concentrator and plug the other end into an electrical outlet. Do not position the concentrator, so it is difficult to disconnect the power cord. Turn on the concentrator by pressing the ON/OFF button. A single short beep will sound and all indicator lights will illuminate for a few seconds.
  6. Use the or buttons to adjust the device to the prescribed setting. There are five flow settings, from 1 liter per minute to 5 liters per minute. The current setting can be viewed on display. The green LED will illuminate once the set flow rate of oxygen is achieved. You may begin breathing from the device;the required oxygen concentration is normally reached within five minutes after device is powered on.
  7. Ensure that the tubing is not kinked or pinched in any way and that oxygen is flowing through the nasal cannula. If oxygen is not flowing, the green LED will not be illuminated. Refer to the troubleshooting guide section of this manual.
  8. Adjust the nasal cannula so that it is properly aligned on your face or as directed by your healthcare provider.
  9. Turn off the concentrator by pressing the ON/OFF button. Turn off the concentrator when not in use.

Inogen Oxygen Concentrator Cleaning, Care and Maintenance

Cleaning and Care

  • Periodically, you may clean the outside case using a cloth dampened with a mild liquid detergent (such as Dawn) and water.
  • Follow manufacturer’s instructions on cleaning and care of concentrator accessories.

Filter Cleaning and Replacement

  • The particle filter must be cleaned weekly to ensure ease of airflow.
  • Remove the filter from the side of the device.
  • Clean the particle filter with a mild liquid detergent (such as DawnTM) and water rinse in water and dry before reuse.
  • Ensure the filter is completely dry before reinstalling into the concentrator.

Air Inlet Filter

  • Replace when the filter is dirty according to the visual indicator.
  • The equipment provider or the user may replace the air inlet filter.

Output Filter

  • The output filter is intended to protect the user from inhalation of small particles in the product gas flow.
  • The device includes an output filter conveniently located behind the removable cannula nozzle fitting.
  • Inogen requires that this filter be replaced between patients.
  • The equipment provider or the user may replace the output filter. Routine Maintenance No special maintenance, other than weekly particle filter cleaning, must be carried out by the user.

Inogen At Home User Manual

How to change the Column for Inogen At Home Stationary Oxygen Concentrator?

Two columns (metal tubes) on the concentrator are located behind the particle filter. These two columns will be removed and replaced when service is required. Ensure adequate time to complete all steps without disruption when performing this maintenance.

  1. Turn off the concentrator by pressing the power button to shut down the device.
  2. Unplug the concentrator from the electrical outlet.
  3. Lay down the concentrator on its side.
  4. Press the two latch buttons on the sides of the device to remove the cover from the bottom of the concentrator in order to access the two columns.
  5. Press the latch button with your thumb or finger and pull the column out of the concentrator using the pull ring attached to the bottom of the column cap.
  6. Remove the column completely from the concentrator.
  7. Repeat steps 5-6 to remove the other column.

Installation of the new columns (metal tubes):

  1. Remove the upper and lower dust caps from each column. There should be a total of two dust caps removed from each column. Make sure there is no dust or debris where the dust caps were located.
  2. Insert the new column into the concentrator. Do not leave the column exposed after the dust caps are removed; it should be inserted into the concentrator as soon as the dust caps have been removed, to minimize environmental exposure.
  3. The spring-loaded latch button should fully return to the closed position when the column is completely inserted.
  4. Repeat steps 9-10 to install the other column.
  5. Replace the lower cover and return the concentrator upright position.
  6. Connect the power supply cord from the concentrator and plug it into an electrical outlet. Do Not Power On the concentrator.
  7. Press and hold the plus button for ten seconds. Flow indicators 1, 3 & 5 will be illuminated, and the column will be reset. Release the plus button.
  8. Press the power button to turn on the concentrator and use it normally

Specifications of Inogen At Home




18 lbs


7"D x 13"W x16.5"H

Warm-Up Time Less than 5 minutes
Oxygen Concentration 90 +6%/-3% at all settings

AC Power

100-240VAC, 275 W Max, 50-60Hz
Environmental Ranges for Use Temperature: 41 to 104°F (5 to 40°C)
Humidity: 15 to 95%, non-condensing
Altitude: 0 to 10,000 ft (0 to 3048 m)
Environmental Ranges for Storage Temperature: -13 to 158°F (-25 to 70°C)
Humidity: 0 to 93% non-condensing
Altitude: n/a
Maximum Outlet Pressure 19.6-40.6 psia
(135-280 KPa Absolute) @ 20°C
Flow Control Settings: 5 Settings:1 to 5 liters per minute


Inogen Oxygen Concentrator Warranty

3 year limited warranty on concentrator, 1 year limited warranty on accessories

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