The Inogen One Portable Oxygen Concentrator
The Inogen One is light, durable, and efficient. It emits up to five liters per minute of oxygen in bursts that match your own inhalation cycle. The Inogen One can operate on AC, DC and batteries. Even though each battery provides three hours of oxygen (at average flow rates), we provide AT LEAST three batteries - and sometimes more if your itinerary requires them. The Inogen One also includes a satellite conserver for using extra-long lengths of cannula tubing; an external battery charger; a carry case and rolling cart.
|Weight||9.8 lbs (Device 8.3 lbs.; Battery 1.5 lbs.)|
Height including handle: 12.39"
|Oxygen Flow||Pulse dose delivery system. Five flow settings from 1-5|
|Power Sensing||Universal Power Supply: AC power: 100-240V, 50-60Hz
(auto sensing to allow worldwide use) DC Power: for mobile DC use in
a car / airplane / boat / rv (will recharge battery)
|Battery||Duration 3 hours, recharge approximately 3 hours with AC or DC power|
|Noise Level||Less than 40 Decibels|
|Warranty||3 year limited warranty|
|Operation||Simple control functions and easy-to-read LCD display|
|Use||Stationary, portable and travel|
We rent several different models of portable oxygen concentrators (POCs) for periods from a week to months. Every rental includes 24-hour access to respiratory therapists and board-certified physicians. And we can deliver these units to you FAST!
Did you know? With the FAA ruling, airlines require that you must have 150% of your flight time in battery time. So with a six hour flight, you would need nine hours of battery time. Call us with any questions at 877-736-8691
President & Ceo of Oxygen To Go and Mr. Jimmy Nelson
On April 6, 2006 with the assistance of equipment provided by Oxygen To Go we successfully flew on NWA from Bradenton/Sarasota, Fl. to Syracuse, NY.
Madelyn’s normal oxygen level is at 3L all the time.(24/7) The ocimeter provided was one of the most valuable pieces of equipment provided. I read all the info, talked to Mr. Nelson and felt very confident I could do it right. Madelyn’s blood oxygen level is around 95 on the ground. She started dropping to 80/82 once we started to climb. I increased the flow as we reached 30,0000 feet. She was at 4.5L and oxygen level of 90 for 2 1/2 hours. When we started to descend and ready to land I did the reverse. Madelyn was back to 3L and a level of 92 once we landed. I did this procedure twice that day.
We did test the equipment before the flight. I did not want any surprises. It all worked like a charm. We even found electrical outlets at the airport so we could charge the batteries. a few people were very interested so I gave them your WEB address and Mr. Nelson’s name. I met one women who wanted just a few minutes of oxygen, guess what my answer was. The professionalism and caring attitude of Jimmy Nelson was outstanding. I would give him an A+. He made me feel like I knew what I was doing; with the help of Jimmy, this humble person, paddled Madelyn all the was to Syracuse.
I really could ramble on and on and on about how great your equipment works. Should you ever need me to ramble on to a potential customer please do not hesitate to ask.
Thanks for exceptional service.