Inogen At Home
Inogen At Home
Inogen At Home
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Inogen At Home Oxygen Concentrator

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Inogen At Home Oxygen Concentrator - Your Energy Efficient Oxygen Concentrator 

The new Inogen At Home is one of the lightest, quietest, and most energy-efficient oxygen concentrators on the market. 

At approximately 18 pounds, it is half the weight of some other home oxygen concentrators in use today. Additionally, the Inogen At Home runs at very low power consumption levels – which can save you money in electricity costs and can also pay for itself over the long term. 

The Inogen At Home is designed to be the most efficient choice for your next home oxygen concentrator, so order yours now and enjoy a lighter, quieter, more energy-efficient oxygen concentrator!

Inogen At Home Stationary Oxygen Concentrator 5-liter Product Specifications:

Weight: 18 lbs

Dimensions: 7 × 13 × 16.5 in

Oxygen Flow: Continuous Flow

Five flow settings from 1-5 liters per minute

Power Settings

AC Power Supply, 100-240V, 275W, 50-60Hz

Only 100W on Flow Setting 2 (auto sensing to allow worldwide use)


Concentrator: 3 Years

Concentrator Sieve Beds and Accessories: 1 year

See Limited Warranty Statement for details.

Use: Designed for stationary use

Oxygen Concentrator Energy Consumption 

One of the principal drawbacks of having a home oxygen concentrator is the fact that they consume a lot of electricity. How much electricity does a home oxygen concentrator use? The average amount of electricity that the Inogen At Home oxygen concentrator uses is much less than the typical amount of electricity that oxygen concentrators use, which draws around 4 running amps and runs on 120 volts. Also, the motor inside the concentrator continually runs so that it has an average of 480 running watts. Since the batteries on a home oxygen concentrator are much larger than a portable oxygen concentrator or travel oxygen concentrator, they typically last longer but use much more electricity than normal. However, having an energy-efficient oxygen concentrator like the Inogen At Home makes for a lower electricity bill. 

Do Home Oxygen Concentrators Use A Lot of Electricity? 

Home oxygen concentrators are known to use a lot of electricity, but as technology advances and these pieces of machinery have become more efficient, they have been designed to use less electricity. One of the factors of machinery that is related to energy efficiency is its size and weight. This home oxygen concentrator is much lighter than many other options available, which means that it will use less energy to run, thanks to it weighing only 18 pounds.  

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