List Price: $2,895
Inogen One G2 Portable Concentrator -
Inogen One G2 Portable Concentrator Product Overview Back to top
The One G2 weighs 7 pounds, and that's with the 12 cell battery inside of it. It sits at 9.5 inches tall, 3.9 inches wide and 10.7 inches deep. With this size and weight, it's easy to carry around with the mobile cart, as well as across your shoulder. The carry bag and strap make it even more comfortable and convenient.
The oxygen dosage comes in a pulse dose, and the settings go from 1 to 6. The oxygen conserver is extremely sensitive for such a small portable oxygen concentrator, so you won't have to worry about not having enough oxygen when you need it the most, such as when your breath rate rises. You can always count on the pulse of oxygen to be delivered right on time.
The oxygen average is at 93% on all settings, but goes no lower than 90%, with a maximum purity of 96%. When you turn it on, it only takes around 2 minutes to warm up before you can use it.
You have two options when it comes to battery power for the Inogen One G2 – the 12 cell battery, or the 24 cell battery. The 12 cell battery will last for as long as 4 hours, and the 24 cell can go as long as 8 hours on the lowest setting. Of course, you will have slightly less battery time on the higher settings. You can charge the battery and run it on AC or DC power at the same time. Charge it up at home, or in the car on your way to your destination.
You also won't have to worry about disturbing anyone with the noises being emitted from the One G2, as it releases oxygen. Unlike some large oxygen concentrators, it's noise has only been measured at 38 decibels at the most, which is only as loud as a quiet conversation. You'll enjoy the low maintenance of the One G2, with the gross particle filter needing cleaned occasionally, and other filters needing replaced as needed.
The Inogen One G2 Starter Package includes the Inogen G2 unit, 12 cell battery, universal power supply, DC adapter, carry bag, cart, cannula and manual.
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Product Specifications Back to top
|Product Features||Only 7 pounds and extremely quiet
Battery lasts up to 4 hours with 12-cell battery, 8 hours with 24-cell battery
Pulse oxygen system from 1 to 6
Operates on 12 volt, 120 volts AC and 220-240
No regular maintenance besides regular filter cleaning, replace as needed
Unprecedented conserver sensitivity
More O2 delivered as breath rate falls
Bolus delivery very early in inspiratory cycle
|Dimensions||3.9 inches Wide x 10.7 inches Long x 9.5 inches High|
|Product Weight||7 pounds with 12 cell battery|
|Warranty||Three-Year Manufacturer’s Warranty On Unit, 90 Day Warranty on Accessories|
|Battery Charging Time||12 Cell Battery: 4 hours with AC or DC power
24 Cell Battery: 8 hours with AC or DC power
|Battery Duration||Up to 4 hours with 12 cell battery
Up to 8 hours with 24 cell battery
|Flow Settings||Pulse Dose: Settings from 1 - 6|
|Maximum Oxygen Output||1265 ml/min|
|Noise Level||Less than 38 Decibels|
|Operating Ranges, Intended for Use||Temperature: 41 F to 104 F (5 C to 40 C)
Humidity: 0% to 95%, non-condensing
Altitude: 0 to 10,000 ft. (0 to 3048 meters)
|Oxygen Concentration||90% -3% /+ 6% @ all Settings|
|Storage Ranges, Intended for Storage||Temperature: -4 F to 140 F (-20 C to 60 C)
Humidity: 0% to 95%, non-condensing
Store in a Dry Environment
|Power||Universal Power Supply: AC Input: 100 to 240 VAC, 50 to 60 Hz, Auto-Setting: 1.0A
DC Input: 13.5-15 VDC, 10A
DC Output: 19VCD, 5.0A max.
Rechargeable Battery: Voltage: 12.0 to 16.8 VDC
Summary of Customer Ratings & Reviews Back to top
Review by Peggy
Review by Stormy
Review by Edward Takala
Review by Harry K
Review by Jeanne Wirsching
Another problem that I have encountered is putting the unit in the car and then taking the cannula off to get in the drivers seat and putting it back on. This, of course, happens every time I go to a different store.
Does anyone have any suggestions on these two big problems?
Review by Barney R.
Review by Lucas V.
Review by Lilja M.
Review by Phil W.
Review by Bobby O.
Product Videos Back to top
Items in the BoxInogen One G2 unit (IS-200-24), 8 Cell Battery (BA-200), Universal AC Power Adapter (BA-301), Inogen G2 DC Power Adapter (BA-302), Carry Bag (BA-224), Cannula (C-7), and manual (RP-210).
Product Q & A
The Inogen One G2 has a washable/external filter and an internal filter that need to be maintained. The washable/external filter is located on the back side of the machine and is a square shape made of a screen material. The gross particle filter should be rinsed off and completely dry before placing back into the machine. Depending on the number of hours the machine is used each day, the internal filter should be replaced every 1-2 years.
How do I perform a hard reset on the Inogen One G2?
To perform a hard reset, you will need to first remove the battery from the machine and disconnect all power to the unit. Let the machine sit powered down for 2 minutes. Plug the machine back into AC power (the power supply for use in the home) WITHOUT BATTERY and turn the machine on. Once the unit has been running for 5-10 minutes, place the battery into the machine WHILE RUNNING. This should eliminate the issue the machine is having. If the issue still occurs, call us and we will begin the process of creating a case.
How do I insert and remove the battery on the Inogen One G2?
The easiest way to insert and remove the battery is to have the machine standing upright. There is a small push down tab at the bottom of the machine. Press down on this tab, and then slide the battery away from the machine. When placing the battery inside the machine, make sure to slide it in gently. If you drop or slam the battery into the machine, the tabs or pc boards on the battery or the inside of the machine can be damaged or break. When removing the battery, you must press down on the battery tab then slide the battery away from the unit.
How long does the battery last at all settings on the Inogen One G2?
The battery duration FULLY CHARGED for Pulse Only up to the setting of 5. Keep in mind that battery durations are estimated because each patient has different breath rates and breathing patterns, which will make the batteries last for shorter or longer amounts of time. When you increase or decrease the settings, the charge per battery will either increase or decrease.
Settings 1-5 are rated for up to 4 hours of battery life. When you increase the settings from a 2 up to a 4, the battery will discharge at a faster rate.
Settings 1-5 are rated for up to 8 hours of battery life. When you increase the settings from a 2 up to a 4, the battery will discharge at a faster rate.