Accessories can be purchased below.
Mobile / Car Travel Use
Of the Inogen One Portable Oxygen Concentrators
Are you looking for a safe, easy solution to oxygen therapy while traveling in your car? How about in your RV or boat? Oxygen cylinders and tanks can be dangerous in the warm sunshine or when you hit a bump. Oxygen concentrators are safe, but most are too big to fit comfortably in your car. Getting a bulky unit in and out of your vehicle, every time you need to drive, will make you loathe driving. If you want to use oxygen in your car, you really need something you can handle like a handbag or briefcase.
|Are you turned off by large, bulky oxygen concentrators that you have to drag around your house? Are you afraid of stockpiling dangerous oxygen tanks and cylinders around your home?
The safe and lightweight Inogen One weighs about the same as a house cat. It can be easily carried from room to room.
The portable oxygen concentrator featured here, provides up 5LPM of oxygen from a device that weights less than the average house cat! It uses the latest in rechargeable battery technology to allow you to plug it into a standard wall outlet, or carry it out to the garden. Inogen One takes the oxygen concentrators down to the size of a handbag. In fact, you can carry it around like a handbag. Or if you prefer, it also comes with a portable, fold-away cart.
If you’re not in the mood to carry anything, don’t worry. We’ve got that covered too. The Satellite Conserver extends your use up to 100 feet away from the Inogen One.
The Satellite Conserver is a small device that can be worn on your belt. It’s small, lightweight, easy to use and gives you an extra hundred feet. Watch the video to see the Satellite Conserver in action.
Airline Travel Oxygen Therapy
Using the Inogen One Portable Oxygen Concentrators
Until now, flying while on oxygen therapy has been a nightmare if at all possible. The Inogen One Portable Oxygen Concentrator has made flying convenient again. With its small size and multiple means of power, the Inogen One:
- …is approved by FAA for commercial aircraft
- …fits under the seat as a carry-on
- …comes with two kinds of power adapters for different airplane power configurations
- …automatically senses and adjusts to different power voltages for different countries
Tips for Flying with a Portable Oxygen Concentrator
Before flying you will need a signed document from your doctor on his or her official letterhead that includes three vital pieces of information. It must declare that you are capable of seeing or hearing alarms and responding appropriately. It must also indicate when your oxygen use is necessary (during part or all of the flight). And finally, it must provide your maximum oxygen flow rate in the cabin pressure environment.
Because you will be taking medical equipment on a commercial airline, there are always a few considerations to take before your trip.
- …Contact your airline to verify that they will allow you to operate an oxygen concentrator during flight.
- …As a precaution, arrange for backup oxygen at your destination.
- …Check with your airline for availability of an electrical power port at your seat. The Inogen One comes with a cigarette lighter adapter and a four-pin adapter. Remove the battery when using an airplane power port.
- …Pack extra fully charged spare batteries to accommodate for flight delays.
- …Arrive early at the airport to allow for security inspection of your oxygen concentrator.
The following airlines currently approve the use of the Inogen One Portable Oxygen Concentrators on their flights:
Delta Air Lines
South African Airways
|When you buy an Inogen One Oxygen Concentrator, it comes with all six items listed here. These accessories give you full mobility for walking, riding in a car, traveling on a plane or cruise line, or simply visiting your favorite restaurant or casino.||
|Accessories Also Available Separately|
(Product 8.3 lbs., Battery 1.5 lbs.)
|Size||12.39? high (includes handle) 11.62? long
|Oxygen Flow Rate||1, 2, 3, 4 or 5 LPM
(Pulse Dose Delivery System)
|AC Power Supply||100-240V, 50-60Hz
(automatic sensing for worldwide use)
|Mobile Power Supply||Recharges battery using standard mobile DC power|
3 Hour Duration*
3 Hour Approximate Recharge Time
|Noise Level||Less than 40 Decibels*
(similar to quiet rural area or small empty theater)
|Display / Controls||LCD display and simple push button controls|
|Warranty||3 Year Limited Warranty
(see manual for complete warranty information)
* At Setting 2, in typical home use.