Inogen One G5 Portable Oxygen Concentrator

brand: INOGEN

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Item #: IS-500-NA8
G5 With 8 cell System
Each In stock
Item #: IS-500-NA16
G5 With 16 cell System
Each In stock

The Inogen One G5 offers the most oxygen-per-pound for a portable oxygen concentrator on the market today! With its compact and lightweight design, the Inogen G5 provides 1-6 flow settings and is designed for 24-hour use, dramatically increasing your patients’ independence. The user interface of G5 POC has been designed with easy-to-read LCD displays and simple control functions.

Why Choose Inogen One G5 Portable Oxygen Concentrator?

  • Tankless O2 Delivery - Reduces overheads associated with O2 cylinders, deliveries, and storage space
  • Bluetooth Monitoring - Via the Inogen Connect app, customers' phones will provide information such as POC diagnosis and therapy tracking
    (Check out the Inogen Connect App User Guide)
  • Hassle-free Sieve Beds - The easy-to-detach sieve-bed design allows customers a hassle-free change of replacement columns.
  • Small and Lightweight - Just 4.7 Lbs.!
  • 1-6 Flow Settings - 6 Variations of oxygen flow settings available in a compact POC
  • Intelligent Pulse Oxygen Delivery System - Delivers oxygen according to your breathing pattern
  • 24/7 Use - Designed for 24 Hour long use
  • Easy-to-Read Display - Easy to read LCD display with large icons
  • Above Sea Level Altitude - 10,000 feet

What Does The Inogen One G5 POC Include?

  • Concentrator, 8 cell or 16 cell Battery
  • AC Power Supply
  • DC Power Cable
  • Carry Bag
  • User Manual

What to buy with Inogen One POC?

How to Operate Inogen G5 Portable Oxygen Concentrator?

  1. Place the Inogen One G5 in a well ventilated location.
  2. Air intake and exhaust must have clear access. Locate the Inogen One G5 in such a way that any auditory alerts may be heard. Always operate the Inogen One G5 in an upright position
  3. Ensure particle filters are in place at both ends of device.
  4. Insert the Inogen One G5 battery by sliding battery into place until the latch returns to the upper position.
  5. Connect the AC input plug to the power supply. Connect the AC power plug to the power source and connect the power output plug to the Inogen One G5. The green LED on the power supply will be illuminated and a beep will sound from the concentrator.
  6. Connect the nasal cannula tubing to the nozzle fitting. Nozzle fitting is located on the top of the Inogen One G5. The use of a single lumen cannula up to 25 feet in length is recommended to ensure proper breath detection and oxygen delivery. Additional titration may be needed to ensure proper oxygen delivery when using a particular cannula, consult your physician.
  7. Turn on your Inogen One G5 by pressing the ON/OFF Button. A single short beep will sound after the Inogen logo is displayed. Please wait, the loading icon will appear while the concentrator starts up. The display will indicate the selected flow setting and power condition. Following a brief start-up sequence, a warm-up period of up to 2 minutes will initiate. During this time period, the oxygen concentration is building but may not have reached specification. Additional warm-up time may be needed if your Inogen One G5 has been stored in extremely cold temperatures.
  8. Set the Inogen Concentrator to the flow rate prescribed by your physician or clinician. Use the (+) or (-) setting buttons to adjust the Inogen One G5 to the desired setting. The current setting can be viewed on the display.
  9. Position the nasal cannula on your face and breathe through your nose. The Inogen One G5 will sense the onset of inhalation and deliver a burst of oxygen at a precise time when you inhale. The Inogen One G5 will sense each breath and continue to deliver oxygen in this manner. As your breathing rate changes, the Inogen One G5 will sense these changes and deliver oxygen only as you need it. At times, if you inhale very quickly between breaths the Inogen One G5 may ignore one of the breaths, giving the appearance of a missed breath. This may be normal as the Inogen One G5 senses and monitors the changes in your breathing pattern. The Inogen One G5 will normally sense the next breath and deliver oxygen accordingly.

Inogen G5 User Documents

Inogen One G5 Portable Oxygen Concentrator Specification

Particulars Specifications
Length 7.19"
Width 3.26"
Height 8.15" (includes single battery) 
Oxygen Flow Pulse dose delivery system
Six flow settings 1, 2, 3,4,5,6
Power AC Power Supply 100-240V, 50-60Hz
(auto sensing to allow worldwide use)
DC Power Cable: for mobile use in car
Battery Duration (single battery): Up to 6.5 hours
Recharge up to 3 hours with AC or DC power
Duration (double battery): Up to 13 hours
Recharge up to 6 hours with AC or DC power
Noise Level 38 dBA
Operation Simple control functions and easy-to-read LCD display
Inogen Connect App
Use Designed for 24/7 use and conforms to all applicable FAA requirements
for POC use on board an aircraft
Weight 4.7 lbs. (includes single battery)


G5 O2 Concentrator Warranty

5 years Warranty

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