This small wonder is a groundbreaking product in the world of stationary oxygen concentrators. It's now the smallest of its category, and can provide more continuous flow oxygen than other stationary units! It's also more energy efficient than other stationary oxygen concentrators that provide this much continuous flow oxygen.
People who need up to 5 LPM (liters per minute) will be excited for the Inogen at Home key features that make one of the best stationary oxygen concentrators on the market. Here are the details of its key features.
Lightweight and Small
The Inogen at Home weighs only 18 pounds and (16.5 inches high x 13 inches wide x 7 inches deep), which makes it 30% smaller than other stationary oxygen concentrators that can deliver up to 5 LPM of continuous-flow oxygen. The previous stationary 5 LPM model that was the lightest and smallest was the AirSep Visionaire.
Its petite size makes it possible to sit on your nightstand or end table, but you can still place it on the floor if you want. It takes up very little space in your home, which makes it easy to take it anywhere in your home that you need to go while using it. This is also helpful if you need to travel and take your concentrator somewhere else to use it.
The Inogen at Home only uses 100 watts on the setting of 2 LPM and up to 275 watts on the setting of 5 LPM. It's been estimated and proven to save consumers as much as $300 each month on their electric bill, as opposed to larger previous stationary models.
It won't bother you with any loud humming noises while you try to watch TV, read or fall asleep at night. The Inogen at Home is quieter than any average household refrigerator. It's only been recorded as being 40 decibels on the highest setting.
The average oxygen purity of the Inogen at Home is 90%. The highest it can get is 93%. The oxygen purity can fluctuate due to changes in air pressure, as well as elevation. As long as the concentrator is in good working order, it will go no lower than 90%.
Simple 3 Button Control
The control panel is extremely user-friendly. You won't even need to look at the user manual to figure out what each button does. The screen is also easy to read, and will display and sound any alarms for things such as low pressure or low purity.