Oxygen concentrator devices are molecular sieves, which separate gases from ambient air and produce oxygen at 95% (± 3) purity. Molecular sieves can be used to produce industrial oxygen concentrators, as well as devices that provide oxygen-friendly oxygen gas for treatment of COPD and similar chronic respiratory disorders. Oxygen concentrators are used at home or in the hospital for treatment of many respiratory diseases.
Oxygen concentrators decompose oxygen from gases in the air to provide patients with high concentrations of oxygen gas. These devices are commonly used in patients' homes. Light and portable models are also available for mobile use. The portable oxygen concentrator produced in order to ensure better quality of life for patients is the Inogen One G3 battery and is easy to use. It provides high intensity oxygen output. The Inogen One G3 portable oxygen concentrator can be used at home, at work, in a vehicle or in different locations without the need for electricity. The LCD shows the remaining battery time in hours and minutes. This allows the user to know when to charge the device.
The Inogen One G3 portable oxygen concentrator determines the onset of breathing and gives the user the right time and amount of oxygen while breathing. The device detects every breath received and works synchronously with the user. There are audible and visual alarms on the device. For example, when the person is not breathing or the cannula is disconnected, the device detects and emits an audible alarm. Thus it warns user in critical situations. This gives confidence to the patient and their relatives.
The Inogen One G3 portable oxygen concentrator is available 24 hours a day. Thanks to the car cigarette lighter kit, it works even without traveling.
Place of production: America
Warranty period: 3 years
Weight: 2.2 kg
Pulse dose: 4 levels
Working time with battery: 9 hours
Can work 24 hours a day
Sound level: 42 dBA