Inogen At Home Oxygen Concentrator
Enjoy the comfort and freedom of staying active in your own home with the Inogen At Home Oxygen Concentrator. At just 18 lb, the Inogen At Home is half the weight of some home oxygen concentrators on the market, making it easy to move up and down the stairs. Even better, with a noise level of 40 dBA on flow setting 2, the Inogen At Home is quieter than the hum of your refrigerator.
New oxygen users won't have a problem navigating this home concentrator with its prominent on/off and +/- flow control buttons. You can easily check your current flow setting with the LED flow setting indicator. The caution indicator light next to it lights up yellow and/or flashes to alert you of any alarms.
Reliable and Safe
The Inogen At Home delivers continuous flow oxygen from 1 to 5 liters/minute with an oxygen purity concentration of 87-96% at all flow settings. With a warm-up time of only 5 minutes, you don't have to put your life on hold to wait for your concentrator to catch up.
Audible and visual low, medium, and high-priority alarms keep you informed of changes in machine performance. During an alarm, the caution indicator light flashes yellow while the machine beeps. If power is lost during use, the Inogen at Home will alarm continuously.
Save money on your electricity bill with the Inogen At Home's efficient power consumption, even when delivering high oxygen flow. Typical 5L home oxygen concentrators consume around 280-400 watts, but the Inogen At Home uses only 275 watts maximum. If you use your concentrator 24/7, switching from a 350W oxygen concentrator to the Inogen At Home can save you around $150 a year*.
*Calculated using the average 2023 US electricity rate of 23 cents per kWh.
With only a particle filter to clean weekly, the Inogen At Home is as easy to maintain as it is to use. Simply remove the filter from the side of the machine and wash with mild soap and water. Rinse and dry the particle filter before installing and you’re good to go.
What are the dimensions and weight of the Inogen At Home?
The Inogen At Home weighs 18 lb and is 16.5”x 13”x 7” (Height x Width x Depth).
How often does the oxygen sieve bed column need to be replaced?
The Inogen At Home oxygen column replacement frequency depends on your usage and flow settings. The blue indicator light on the interface will light up 30 days before the column needs to be replaced.
What is the oxygen flow range of the Inogen At Home?
The Inogen At Home delivers 1 to 5 liters per minute oxygen flow.
What is the warranty for the Inogen At Home Oxygen Concentrator?
The Inogen At Home comes with a 3-year manufacturer warranty.
How long does the Inogen At Home last?
The Inogen At Home Oxygen Concentrator has an expected service life of 5 years. Sieve bed columns have an expected service life of 1 year.
How do I clean and maintain the Inogen One At Home?
Case: Wipe the exterior of the Inogen One At Home using a clean cloth dampened with mild soap and water.
Filter: Clean the particle filter with mild soap and water every week. Rinse thoroughly and dry before use.
Sieve beds or columns: Sieve beds will likely need to be replaced every year, although this depends on usage and flow settings. The Inogen At Home will alert you 30 days before the sieve beds need to be replaced.
Can I use the Inogen At Home with a humidifier bottle?
Yes, you can use the Inogen At Home with a humidifier bottle. The bottle can be held in place using the elastic holder at the rear of the concentrator. Connect one end of an oxygen concentrator humidifier connector to the lid of the humidifier bottle. Then connect the other end to the nozzle fitting of the Inogen At Home. Finally, connect your oxygen tubing to the humidifier bottle.