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Inogen Oxygen Concentrators provide quality oxygen concentrator solutions for both portable and stationary use. Part of finding the best Inogen respiratory solution for you involves choosing between a portable Inogen oxygen concentrator or a stationary Inogen concentrator. A portable oxygen concentrator runs off of a battery and usually has a built-in DC power chord to allow users to charge the machine while they are in the car. A stationary, or home oxygen concentrator usually is a great solution for patients who require continuous flow or who have limited mobility.

Learn More About Portable and Stationary Inogen Concentrators

Depending on what kind of lifestyle you lead, you may prefer the agility and flexibility of a portable Inogen oxygen concentrator, or you may choose a stationary Inogen concentrator that conveniently plugs into an AC unit from the privacy of your own home. If you lead an active lifestyle, travel frequently and generally spend quite a bit of time outside of the home, then a portable Inogen oxygen concentrator may be the ideal choice for you. A portable oxygen concentrator has the capability of running off of batteries, an AC current or a DC current. Many people who use a portable oxygen concentrator enjoy being able to charge the unit from the convenience of their own car without using the battery.

A stationary Inogen concentrator may be an optimal choice for you if you spend a large amount of your time at home, are bedridden or non-ambulatory, or simply want an additional backup machine in addition to your portable oxygen concentrator. A stationary Inogen concentrator can produce a higher liter-per-minute flow that a portable unit, making it the ideal choice for people who require a higher LPM. With built-in wheels and an AC power current chord, a stationary concentrator can help you lead a more comfortable, hassle-free life from the comfort and privacy of your own home.

Choosing a Portable Inogen Oxygen Concentrator

The Inogen One G3 is a single-solution portable oxygen concentrator that is simultaneously lightweight, quiet, energy-efficient and easy to use while traveling. With 4 flow settings and weighing just a mere 4.8 lbs., this concentrator has been clinically-validated for 25/7 use. No matter what your concentrator and respiratory needs are, you can appreciate the far reaching benefits of this Inogen concentrator.

The Inogen One G2 System is an Invacare portable oxygen concentrator with six convenient flow settings that weighs a mere seven pounds. With a battery life that lasts up to 10 hours, this concentrator has been clinically validated for 24/7 use. The Inogen One G2 System allows you to reclaim your independence by traveling to and from your home freely, without being tied to a power outlet.

Choosing a Stationary Inogen Oxygen Concentrator

The Inogen At Home is a lightweight, quiet and energy-efficient stationary concentrator that offers 5 liter per minute continuous flow. Weighing in at 18 pounds, this concentrator is approximately half of the weight of other oxygen concentrators currently in use today. In addition, the At Home system runs on very low power consumption levels, which ultimately saving costs on electricity bills in the long run while simultaneously helping to pay for itself. This stationary concentrator is the first step towards a lighter, more energy-efficient home respiratory experience.

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