Inogen At Home Oxygen Concentrator
You are looking at one of the best home oxygen concentrators. Inogen At Home oxygen concentrator is one of the lightest and most energy-efficient 5 liter per minute (LPM) continuous flow oxygen concentrators on the market. Because of its manageable size and weight (18lb), the Inogen At Home oxygen concentrator is often chosen as the best oxygen machine for home by patients who want to be able to move their oxygen equipment around on their own.
This compact home oxygen concentrator is half the weight of some other home oxygen concentrators in use today. That makes this 5-liter oxygen concentrator easy to bring with you from A to B as needed. Additionally, the Inogen At Home is an extremely energy efficient oxygen concentrator. It runs at very low power consumption levels — the same as a standard 100W light bulb, which saves you money in electricity costs.
Save BIG in energy cost
Since a stationary oxygen concentrator machine is constantly running, it will have an impact on your energy use, which translates to increased costs on the electric bill. The great news is that the Inogen At Home is an energy efficient oxygen concentrator, so it lowers the impact on both your electric bill and on the environment. In fact, it could save you nearly $300 per year in electricity costs, depending on your personal usage requirements. At Flow Setting 2, the Inogen At Home uses just 100W of energy, which is the same as a standard 100W light bulb.
The energy efficiency of the device does not compromise in any way its delivery of qualitative, required oxygen treatment.
- Flow Rate one- energy consumption: 80W
- Flow Rate 2- energy consumption 110W
- Flow Rate 3- energy consumption 150W
- Flow Rate 4- energy consumption 200W
- Flow Rate 5- energy consumption 250W
User Friendly control panel and screen
The control panel has a large sized power button and easy-press flow adjusting buttons. The specially designed general alarm and reminders will ensure your oxygen concentrator works properly at all time.
- Low oxygen alarm
- Oxygen/flow error alarms
- Low flow alarm
- High priority alarms suchas fire hazard or internal system error