SpecificationsDisposal of Equipment and Accessories
Intended UseThe Inogen One® G5 Oxygen Concentrator is used on a prescriptive basis by patients requiring supplemental oxygen. It supplies a high concentration of oxygen and is used with a nasal cannula to channel oxygen from the concentrator to the patient. The Inogen One® G5 may be used in home, institution, vehicle and various mobile environments.
Intended LifeThe expected life for the Inogen One® G5 Oxygen System is 5 years, with the exception of the sieve beds (metal columns) which have an expected life of 1 year and the batteries, which have an expected life of 500 full charge/discharge cycles.
Contraindications and Precautions
- This device is NOT INTENDED to be life sustaining or life supporting.
- Under certain circumstances, the use of non-prescribed oxygen therapy can be hazardous. This device should be used only when prescribed by a
- USA Federal law restricts this device to sale by or on the order of a May also be applicable in other countries.
- Nasal cannula should be rated for 6 liters per minute (e.g. Salter Labs 16SOFT) to ensure proper patient usage and oxygen
- Availability of an alternate source of oxygen is recommended in case of power outage or mechanical failure. Consult your equipment provider for type of back-up system
- It is the responsibility of the patient to make back-up arrangements for alternative oxygen supply when traveling; Inogen assumes no liability for persons choosing not to adhere to manufacturer recommendations.
Cautions and Warnings
- A caution indicates that a precaution or service procedure must be Disregarding a caution could lead to a minor injury or damage to equipment.
- Additional monitoring or attention may be required for patients using this device who are unable to hear or see
- The Inogen One® G5 is not designed or specified to be used in conjunction with a humidifier, nebulizer or connected with any other equipment. Use of this device with a humidifier, nebulizer or connected with any other equipment may impair performance and/or damage the equipment. Do not modify the Inogen One® G5
- Do not use oil, grease, or petroleum- based products on or near the Inogen One®
- Do not use lubricants on the Inogen One® G5 or its
- Never leave the Inogen One® G5 in an environment which can reach high temperatures, such as an unoccupied car in high temperature environments. This could damage the
- Avoid touching the recessed electrical contacts of the External Battery Charger; damage to contacts may affect charger operation.
- Do not obstruct air intake or exhaust when operating the device. Blockage of air circulation or proximity to a heat source may lead to internal heat
- The Inogen One® G5 Concentrator is designed for continuous use. For optimal sieve bed (columns) life, the product should be used
- Do not operate the Inogen One® G5 without the particle filter in place. Particles drawn into the system may damage the
- The Inogen One® G5 battery acts as a secondary power supply in the event of a planned or unexpected loss of the AC or DC external power When operating the Inogen One®
- Ensure the power supply is in a well ventilated location as it relies on air circulation for heat dissipation. The power supply may become hot during operation. Make sure the power supply cools down before
- Do not disassemble the power This may lead to component failure and/or safety risk.
- Do not place anything in the power supply port other than the supplied wall cord. Avoid the use of electrical extension cords with the Inogen One® G5. If an extension cord must be used, use an extension cord that has an Underwriters Laboratory (UL) Mark and a minimum wire thickness of 18 gauge. Do not connect any other devices to the same extension
- To ensure oxygen flow, ensure that the nasal cannula is properly connected to the nozzle fitting and that the tubing is not kinked or pinched in any
- Replace the nasal cannula on a regular basis. Check with your equipment provider or physician to determine how often the cannula should be
- The Inogen One® G5 is designed to provide a flow of high purity An advisory alert, “Oxygen Low”, will inform you if oxygen concentration drops. If alert persists, contact your equipment provider.
- Ensure the power supply is powered from only one power source (AC or DC) at any given
- Ensure the automobile power socket is clean of cigarette ash and the adapter plug fits properly, otherwise overheating may
- Do not use the power supply with a cigarette plug splitter or with an extension cable. This may cause overheating of the DC power input
- Do not jump start the automobile with the DC power cable This may lead to voltage spikes which could shut down and/or damage the DC power input cable.
- When powering the Inogen One® G5 in an automobile ensure the vehicle’s
- A change in altitude (for example, from sea level to mountains) may affect total oxygen available to the patient. Consult your physician before traveling to higher or lower altitudes to determine if your flow settings should be
- A warning indicates that the personal safety of the patient may be Disregarding a warning could result in injury.
- The device produces enriched oxygen gas, which accelerates
- Do not allow smoking or open flames within 10 feet of this device while in
- Avoid use of the Inogen One® G5 in presence of pollutants, smoke or Do not use the Inogen One® G5 in presence of flammable anesthetics, cleaning agents or other chemical vapors.
- Do not submerse the Inogen One® G5 or any of the accessories in
- Do not expose to water or precipitation. Do not operate in exposed rain. This could lead to electrical shock and/or damage.
- Do not use cleaning agents other than those specified in this User Manual. Do not use alcohol, isopropyl alcohol, ethylene chloride or petroleum based
- Never leave the Inogen One® G5 in an environment which can reach high temperatures, such as an unoccupied car in high temperature environments. This could damage the
- Do not use power supplies, power cables or accessories other than those specified in this user manual. The use of non-specified power supplies, power cables or accessories may create a safety hazard and/or impair equipment performance.
- Do not wrap cords around power supply for storage. Do not drive, drag or place objects over cord. Doing so may lead to damaged cords and a failure to provide power to the
- To avoid danger of choking or strangulation hazard, keep cords away from children and
- If you begin to feel ill or are experiencing discomfort while using this device, consult your physician
- Ensure that the automobile power socket is adequately fused for the Inogen One® G5 power requirements (minimum 15 Amp). If the power socket cannot support a 15 Amp load, the
- The tip of the Cigarette Adapter Plug becomes HOT when in Do not touch the tip immediately after removal from an auto cigarette lighter socket.
- It is the responsibility of the patient to periodically check the battery and replace as necessary. Inogen assumes no liability for persons choosing
- Audible notifications, ranging from 68dBA to 78dBA depending on the users position, are to warn the user of problems. To insure that audible notifications may be heard, the maximum distance that the user can
- Do not use any columns other than those specified in this user manual. The use of non-specified columns may create a safety hazard and/or impair equipment performance and will void your
- Do not disassemble the Inogen One® G5 or any of the accessories or attempt any maintenance other than tasks described in this user manual; disassembly creates a hazard of electrical shock and will
1. Inogen One® G5 Oxygen Concentrator Description8 2 5 4 1 3
User Controls 7 6
|1||ON / OFF Button||Press once to turn “ON”; Press and hold for one second to turn “OFF”.|
|2||Flow Setting Control Buttons||Use the – or + flow setting control buttons to select the setting as shown on the display. There are six settings, from 1 to 6.|
|3||Volume Control Button||Pressing this button will change the volume level, from 1 to 4.|
|4||Audible Alert Button||Pressing this button will toggle the Inogen One® G5’s breath detection audible alert on and off. Breath Detection Alert Mode. The Inogen One® G5 will alert with audible and visual signals for “no breath detected” when this mode is enabled and no breath has been detected for 60 seconds. At 60 seconds, the device will enter into auto pulse mode and once another breath is detected, the device will exit auto pulse mode and deliver normally on inspiration. The display’s mode indication area will show a bell icon, flashing yellow light and display message when the alert is enabled. If power is lost, the breath detection audible alert remains set in the user preferred mode.|
|5||Display||This screen displays information regarding flow setting, power status, battery life and errors. Display appearance will vary. Before use, remove the static cling FCC label from the screen.|
|6||Indicator Lights||A green light indicates breath detection. A yellow light indicates either a change in operating status or a condition that may need response (alert). A flashing light is higher priority than non-flashing.|
|7||Audible Signals||An audible signal (beep) indicates either a change in operating status or a condition that may need response (alert). More frequent beeps indicate higher priority conditions. The default volume is set at level 1 and can be adjusted to higher settings but it can not be silenced. If power is lost, the audible signal remains set in the user preferred adjusted setting.|
|8||Backlight||A backlight will illuminate the screen for 15 seconds when the on/off button is briefly pressed.|
Input / Output Connections
Particle FilterThe filters must be in place at the
Cannula Nozzle FittingThe nasal cannula intake ends of the concentrator during operation to keep input air clean. Intake Vent Intake Vent connects to this nozzle for Inogen One® G5 output of oxygenated air.
DC Power InConnection for external power from the AC power supply or DC power cable.
For service use only.
- Operating Instructions
- Place the Inogen One® G5 in a well ventilated
- Air intake and exhaust must have clear access. Locate the Inogen One® G5 in such a way that any auditory alerts may be heard. Always operate the Inogen One® G5 in an upright position (see image for proper orientation).
- Ensure particle filters are in place at both ends of
- Insert the Inogen One® G5 battery by sliding battery into place until the latch returns to the upper
- Connect the AC input plug to the power Connect the AC power plug
Intake VentIntake Vent Exhaust Vent 4. 6
- Connect the nasal cannula tubing to the nozzle Nozzle fitting is
- Turn on your Inogen One® G5 by pressing the ON/OFF Button. A single short beep will sound after the Inogen logo is displayed. Please wait icon ( ) will appear while the concentrator starts up. The display will indicate the selected flow setting and power condition. Following a brief start-up sequence, a warm up period up to 2 minutes will initiate. During this time period the oxygen concentration is building to but may not have reached specification. Additional warm up time may be needed if your Inogen One® G5 has been stored in extremely cold
- Set the Inogen One® G5 Concentrator to the flow rate prescribed by your physician or clinician. Use the + or – setting buttons to adjust the Inogen One® G5 to the desired setting. The current setting can be viewed on the display.
- Position the nasal cannula on your face and breathe through your nose. The Inogen One® G5 will sense the onset of inhalation and deliver a burst of oxygen at a precise time when you inhale. The Inogen One® G5 will sense each breath and continue to deliver oxygen in this manner. As your breathing rate changes, the Inogen One® G5 will sense these changes and deliver oxygen only as
- A green light will flash each time a breath is detected. Make certain that the nasal cannula is properly aligned on
Power Supply Options
Single and Double Rechargeable Lithium Ion BatteriesThe battery will power the Inogen One® G5 without connection to an external power source. When fully charged, a single battery will provide up to 4.5 hours of operation; a double battery will provide up to 9 hours of operation. The battery recharges when properly installed in the Inogen One® G5 and the concentrator is connected to AC or DC power. Recharging time is up to 4 hours for a single battery and 8 hours for a double battery. While the Inogen One® G5 is operating on battery power, the battery will discharge. The display will indicate the estimated remaining percentage (%) or minutes of use. When the concentrator detects that the battery life is low, with less than 10 minutes remaining, a low priority alert will sound. When the battery is empty, the alert will change to a high priority. When battery life is low, do one of the following:
- Plug the Inogen One® G5 into an AC or DC power source using the AC power supply or DC
- Replace the battery with a charged battery after turning off the Inogen One® G5 (by pressing the ON/OFF button). To remove battery press and hold the battery latch button and slide battery off the
- If the battery is drained, charge the battery or remove it from the
Single battery (BA-500)and double battery (BA-516)
- Store battery in a cool, dry place. Store with a charge of 40-50%.
- If using multiple batteries, make sure that each battery is labeled (1, 2, 3 or A, B, C, etc.) and rotate on a regular basis. Batteries should not be left dormant for more than
Battery Charge Indicator GaugeWhen the single or double battery is not attached to the Inogen® One G5 Concentrator, you can check the battery gauge on the battery to determine the amount of charge available. Determine the amount of battery charge available by pressing the green battery icon button and observing how many LEDs illuminate. 4 LEDs Light: 75% to 100% full 3 LEDs Light: 50% to 75% full 2 LEDs Light: 25% to 50% full 1 LED Lights: 10% to 25% full 1 LED Blinks: Battery is less than 10% full and needs to be recharged
Power Supply OverviewThe Inogen One® G5 AC power supply (BA-501) is used to power the Inogen One® G5 concentrator from an AC power source. The Inogen One® G5 AC power supply is specifically designed for use with the Inogen One® G5 Oxygen Concentrator (IO-500). The AC power supply provides the precise current and voltage required to safely power the Inogen One® G5 and is designed to operate from specified AC power sources. When used with AC power sources, the power supply automatically adapts to input voltages from 100V to 240V (50-60HZ) permitting use with most power sources throughout the world. The AC power supply will charge the Inogen One® G5 Batteries when used with AC input power. Due to aircraft power limitations, the AC Power Supply cannot be used to charge the Inogen One® G5 Battery when used on an aircraft. The AC power supply is used with the following components:
- Power supply with attached power output cable to connect to the Inogen One®
- AC power input cable to the power
Inogen One® G5 Accessories
Nasal CannulaA nasal cannula must be used with the Inogen One® G5 to provide oxygen from the concentrator. A single lumen cannula up to 25 feet in length is recommended to ensure proper breath detection and oxygen delivery.
Carry Bag (CA-500)The Carry Bag provides a protective cover with a handle and shoulder strap to enable you to carry the Inogen One® G5. The Inogen One® G5 can be operated using battery power during transport with the Carry Bag.
- Insert the Inogen One G5 into the carry bag through the bottom zippered opening with the cannula barb facing up on the right front side. Attach the desired sized single or double battery and zip up the bottom
- The cannula barb will be exposed at the top of the bag for proper attachment. The display screen can be accessed by grabbing the short material pull tab at the top flap, just above the grab handle on the back top section of the
- Both intake vents should be visible through the open mesh panels on both sides of the The exhaust vent should be visible from the open mesh panel on the front bottom panel of the bag just above the zippered seam.
- There is a small cut-out on the back bottom section of the bag to plug into AC or DC outlet for charging accessibility.
- There is a slim pocket under the front flap of the bag with a zipper closure for storage of small items such as ID cards and currency. The extra cannula tubing can be tucked into the open pocket on the front flap of the
- There is one additional feature for attaching the bag to a luggage or cart handle for ease of not having to carry the bag while also pulling luggage or a
- The carry strap has a removable shoulder pad and has an adjustable strap from 24” to 48” in
- For washing instructions, clean with a damp cloth and mild detergent and wipe
Backpack (CA-550)Alternative/optional way of carrying your Inogen One® G5, hands free, more comfort, out of your way with extra pockets for additional accessories. To order please call Inogen Client Services.
External Battery Charger (BA-503)The Inogen One® G5 external battery charger will charge the Inogen One® G5 single and double batteries.
- Plug the External Battery Charger AC power supply cord into an electrical outlet.
- Plug the External Battery Charger AC power supply into the battery
- Slide your charger onto the Inogen One G5 Battery by clicking and locking into the
- When the battery is in the correct position, a solid red light will indicate that the battery is
- When the green light illuminates, the battery is fully
Traveling with your Inogen One G5 SystemThe FAA allows the Inogen One G5 onboard all U.S. aircraft, here are a few points to make air travel easy.
- Ensure your Inogen One G5 is clean, in good condition and free from damage or other signs of excessive wear or
- Bring enough charged batteries with you to power your Inogen One G5 for no less than 150% of the expected duration of your flight, ground time before and after the flight, security screenings, connections and a conservative estimate for unanticipated
- FAA regulations require that all extra batteries to be individually wrapped and protected to prevent short circuits and carried in carry-on baggage onboard aircraft
- Some airlines may equip their aircraft with onboard electrical However, availability varies by airline, type of aircraft and class of service. You must check with your airlines
5. Audible and Visible Signals
DisplayThe Inogen One® G5 display contains power status icons, mode icons, informational icons and notification icons.
Power Status IconsThese icons are examples of those shown in the display’s window when the Inogen One® G5 is operating on battery power.
|Battery is Empty|
|Battery has less than 10% charge remaining. The icon flashes.|
|Battery has approximately 40% to 50% charge remaining.|
|Battery is full.|
|The battery is fully charged and is charging as necessary to maintain its charge.|
|Battery is charging with charge level between 60% and 70%.|
|Battery is charging with charge level less than 10%.|
|The Inogen One® G5 is operating from an external power source with no battery present.|
Mode IconsThese are the mode icons shown in the display’s window.
|The breath detection audible alert has been enabled.|
|The breath detection audible alert is disabled. This is the default condition.|
|Sound Level 1|
|Sound Level 2|
|Sound Level 3|
|Sound Level 4|
Display IconsThe icons below are examples of those shown when pertaining to Bluetooth functionality.
|Bluetooth turned off.|
|Bluetooth turned on.|
|Pairing with Inogen Connect application.|
|Concentrator unpaired from mobile device.|
Informational IconsThe following displayed icons are not accompanied by any audible feedback or any visual change in the indicator lights.
|Setting X Please Wait||Displayed during warm up. “X” represents the selected flow setting (eg., Setting 2).|
|Setting X Battery Hours:Minutes||HH:MM||Default display when operating on battery power. “X” represents the selected flow setting (e.g., Setting 2). “HH:MM” represents the approximate time remaining on the battery charge (e.g., 1:45).|
|Setting X Battery Charging XX%||Default display when operating on an external power supply and the battery is charging. “xx%” represents the percent battery charge (e.g., 86%).|
|Setting X Battery XX%||Default display when the battery is not charging or when the time remaining is not available from the battery.|
|Battery Charging XX%||%||Displayed when the concentrator is plugged in and being used to charge a battery (not being used for oxygen production). It is normal to see a fully charged battery read between 95% and 100% when external power is removed. This feature maximizes the useful life of the battery.|
|Sieve Reset||Displayed when column maintenance is required and once the replacement columns have been installed.|
|Sieve Reset Success||Displayed once the columns have been successfully reset.|
Notification IconsThe Inogen One® G5 monitors various parameters during operation and utilizes an intelligent alert system to indicate a malfunction of the concentrator. Mathematical algorithms and time delays are used to reduce the probability of false alerts while still ensuring proper notification of an alert condition. If multiple alert conditions are detected, the highest priority alert will be displayed. Note that failure to respond to the cause of an alert condition for low, medium and high priority alerts potentially will result in discomfort or reversible minor injury only and develop within a period of time sufficient to switch to a backup source of oxygen. The following notification icons are accompanied by a single, short beep. 14
Notification Icons (Continued)
|Please Wait Shutting Down||On/Off button has been pressed for two seconds. Concentrator is performing system shut down.|
|Hours:Minutes Software Version: Serial Number||HH:MM Vx.x:SN||Audible Alert button has been pressed for five seconds.|
|Battery Low Attach Plug||Battery power is low, with less than 10 minutes remaining. Attach external power supply or power down and insert a fully charged battery.|
|Replace Columns||Column maintenance is required within 30 days. Contact your equipment provider to arrange for service.|
|Check Battery||Battery error has occurred. Check the connection of your battery and ensure that it is properly attached and latched on concentrator. If battery error recurs with same battery, stop using the battery and switch to a new battery or remove battery and operate concentrator using external power supply.|
|Oxygen Low||O2||Concentrator is producing oxygen at a slightly low level (<82%) for a period of 10 minutes. If condition persists, contact your equipment provider.|
|Remove Battery to Cool||Battery has exceeded its charging temperature and charging has stopped. The battery will not charge while this alert is present but will begin to charge when the battery temperature returns to the normal operating range. If battery charging is desired sooner, remove the battery from the concentrator and allow it to cool in an open area for approximately 10-15 minutes. Then, re-insert the battery into the Inogen One® G5. If the problem still persists, contact your equipment provider.|
Low Priority Alerts (Continued)
|Service Soon||The concentrator requires servicing at the earliest convenience. The concentrator is operating to specification and may continue to be used. Contact your equipment provider to arrange for service.|
|Sensor Fail||The concentrator’s oxygen sensor has malfunctioned. You may continue to use the concentrator. If the condition persists, contact your equipment provider.|
|No Breath Detect Check Cannula||Concentrator has not detected a breath for 60 seconds. Check that cannula is connected to concentrator, there are no kinks in tubing and cannula is positioned properly in your nose.|
|Oxygen Error||O2||Oxygen output concentration has been below 50% for 10 minutes. If condition persists, switch to your backup oxygen source and contact your equipment provider to arrange for service.|
|O2 Delivery Error||O2||A breath has been recognized, but proper oxygen delivery has not been detected.|
|Battery HOT Warning||Battery has exceeded temperature limit while concentrator is running on battery power. If possible, move concentrator to a cooler location or power unit with an external power supply and remove battery. If condition persists, contact your equipment provider.|
|System Hot Warning||Concentrator temperature has exceeded temperature limit. If possible move concentrator to a cooler location. Ensure air intake and outlet vents have clear access and particle filters are clean. If condition persists, contact your equipment provider.|
High Priority AlertsThe following high priority alerts are accompanied by a five beep pattern, repeated every 10 seconds and a flashing yellow light.
|Battery Empty Attach Plug||Concentrator has insufficient battery power to produce oxygen. Attach external power supply or exchange battery, then restart unit if necessary by pressing On/Off button.|
|Battery HOT||Battery has exceeded temperature limit while concentrator is running on battery power. Concentrator has stopped producing oxygen. If possible, move concentrator to a cooler location, then turn power off and back on. Ensure air intake and outlet vents have clear access and particle filters are clean. If condition persists, switch to a backup source of oxygen and contact your equipment provider.|
|System HOT||Concentrator temperature is too high and oxygen production is shutting down. Ensure air intake and outlet vents have clear access and particle filters are clean. If condition persists, switch to a backup source of oxygen and contact your equipment provider.|
|System COLD||This may result from the concentrator being stored in a cold environment (below 0ºC (32ºF)). Move to a warmer environment to allow the unit to warm up before starting it. If condition persists, switch to a backup source of oxygen and contact your equipment provider.|
|System Error||Concentrator has stopped producing oxygen and is shutting down. You should: 1. Switch to backup oxygen source 2. Contact your equipment provider|
|Problem||Possible Cause||Recommended Solution|
|Any problem accompanied by information on concentrator display, indicator lights and/or audible signals||Refer to Chapter 5||Refer to Chapter 5|
|Problem||Possible Cause||Recommended Solution|
|Concentrator does not power on when On/Off button is pressed||Battery is discharged or no battery is present||Use external power supply or replace battery with one that is fully charged|
|AC Power supply is not connected properly||Check power supply connection and verify green light is solid|
|DC Cable is not connected properly||Check DC Cable connection at the Concentrator and at cigarette lighter or auxiliary DC power source|
|Malfunction||Contact your equipment provider|
|No oxygen||Concentrator is not powered on||Press On/Off button to power concentrator|
|Cannula is not connected properly or is kinked or obstructed||Check cannula and its connection to concentrator nozzle|
- Cleaning, Care and Maintenance
Case CleaningYou may clean the outside case using a cloth dampened with a mild liquid detergent (such as DawnTM) and water.
Filter Cleaning and ReplacementThe particle filters must be cleaned weekly to ensure the ease of air flow. Remove filters from the front and back of the device. Clean the particle filters with a mild liquid detergent (such as DawnTM) and water; rinse in water and dry before reuse. To purchase additional particle filters contact your equipment provider or Inogen.
Output FilterThe output filter is intended to protect the user from inhalation of small particles in the product gas flow. The Inogen One® G5 includes an output filter conveniently located behind the removable cannula nozzle fitting. Under normal conditions the output filter could last the life of the product. 18
DC Input Cable Fuse ReplacementThe Cigarette Lighter DC power plug contains a fuse. If the DC input cable is being used with a known good power source and the unit is not receiving power, the fuse may need to be replaced. To replace the fuse, follow these instructions and refer to the photograph below.
- Remove the tip by unscrewing the retainer. Use a tool if
- Remove the retainer, tip and
- The spring should remain inside the Cigarette Lighter Adapter housing. If the spring is removed, make sure to replace the spring first before inserting the replacement
- Install a replacement fuse, Inogen RP#125 (BUSS MDA -12) and reassemble the tip. Ensure the retainer ring is properly seated and
|Standard and Optional Accessories|
|Inogen One® G5 single battery||BA-500|
|Inogen One® G5 double battery||BA-516|
|External Battery Charger||BA-503|
|AC Power Supply||BA-501|
|DC Power Cable||BA-306|
|Replacement intake particle filters||RP-500|
|Output Filter Replacement Kit||RP-404|
|Inogen One® G5 columns||RP-502|
Inogen One® G5 Column Change Procedure
- Turn off the Inogen One® G5 concentrator by pressing the power button to shut down the
- Remove the Inogen One® G5 concentrator from the carry
- Remove the battery from the Inogen One® G5
- Place the Inogen One® G5 concentrator on its side so that the underside is
- Unlock the column assembly by pushing the latch button away from the columns.
- While holding the button open, slide the column assembly out of the device by pulling on the column pull
- Remove the columns completely from the Inogen One® G5. Both columns are removed as one
- Column (metal tube) Installation: Remove dust caps of new column assembly. Make sure there is no dust or debris where the dust caps were located.
- Insert column assembly into the Inogen One® G5 concentrator. Do not leave
- Push the column assembly into the device such that the columns are fully seated into the Inogen One® G5 concentrator. The spring loaded latch
- Connect the AC power supply cord to the Inogen One® G5 and plug the power supply AC cord into an electrical outlet. Do Not Power on the Inogen One® G5 concentrator.
|Dimensions: w/ 8-cell battery w/ 16-cell battery||L / W / H: 7.19 in. / 3.26 in. / 7.11 in. L / W / H: 7.19 in. / 3.26 in. / 8.15 in. L / W / H: 7.19 in. / 3.26 in. / 9.03 in.|
|Weight:||4.77 pounds (includes single battery)|
|Noise:||39 dBA typical at setting 2 (MDS-Hi) Maximum Sound Power of 58 dBA and Maximum Sound Pressure level of 50 dBA per ISO 80601-2-69|
|Warm up time:||2 minutes|
|Oxygen Concentration**:||90% – 3% /+ 6% at all settings|
|Flow Control Settings:||6 settings: 1 to 6|
|Maximum Outlet Pressure||< 28.9 PSI|
|Power: AC Power Supply: DC Power Cable: Rechargeable Battery:||AC Input: 100 to 240 VAC 50 to 60 Hz Auto-Sensing: 2.0-1.0A DC Input: 13.5-15.0VDC,120W Max. Voltage: 12.0 to 16.8 VDC (±0.5V)|
|Battery Duration*:||Up to 4.5 hours with single battery Up to 9 hours with double battery|
|Battery Charging Time:||Up to 4 hours for a single battery Up to 8 hours for a double battery|
|Environmental Ranges Intended for Use:||Temperature: 41 to 104˚F (5 to 40˚C) Humidity: 0% to 95%, non-condensing Altitude: 0 to 10,000 ft (0 to 3048 meters)|
|Environmental Ranges Intended for Shipping and Storage:||Temperature: -13 to 158˚F (-25 to 70˚C) Humidity: 0% to 95%, non-condensing Store in a dry environment Altitude: 0 to 10,000 ft (0 to 3048 meters)|
|Transportation:||Keep Dry, Handle With Care|
- IEC Class II Equipment
- Type BF Applied Part
- IPX1 Drip Proof
- Not suitable for use in the presence of a flammable anesthetic mixture with air or with oxygen or nitrous
- Continuous Operation
Disposal of Equipment and AccessoriesFollow your local governing ordinances for disposal and recycling of the Inogen One® G5 and accessories. If WEEE regulations apply, do not dispose of in unsorted municipal waste. Within Europe, contact the EU Authorized Representative for disposal instructions. The battery contains lithium ion cells and should be recycled. The battery must not be incinerated.
Inogen One® G5 Pulse Volumes at Flow Settings
|Inogen One® G5 Flow Setting|
|Breaths per Minute||1||2||3||4||5||6|
|mL/breath +/- 15% per ISO 80601-2-67|
|Total Volume per Minute (ml/ min)||210||420||630||840||1050||1260|
Standards ComplianceThis device is designed to conform to the following standards:
- IEC 60601-1 Medical Electrical Equipment, Part 1: General Safety Requirements
- IEC 60601-1-2 3.1 Edition, Medical Electrical Equipment, Part 1-2: General Safety Requirements – Collateral Standard: Electromagnetic Compatibility; Requirements and Tests
- ISO 8359 Oxygen Concentrators for Medical Use – Safety Requirements. RTCA DO 160
- Connection of the Inogen One G5 to an IT-Network could result in previously unidentified risks to patients, operators or third
- Subsequent changes to the IT-network could introduce new risks and require additional analysis
- Changes to the IT-network include:
º Changes in the IT-network configuration;º Connection of additional items to the IT-network º Disconnecting items from the IT-network º Updating equipment connected to the IT-network 24 Guidance and Manufacturer’s Declaration – Electromagnetic Immunity: The Concentrator is intended for use in the electromagnetic environment specified below. The user of the Concentrator should make sure it is used in such an environment.
|Immunity Test||IEC 60601 Test Level||Compliance Level||Electromagnetic Environment – Guidance|
|Conducted RF IEC 61000-4-6||3 Vrms 150 kHz to 80 MHz 6Vrms at various bands per standard||3 Vrms 6Vrms at various bands per standard||Portable and mobile RF communications equipment should be used no closer to any part of the device, including cables, than the recommended separation distance calculated from the equation applicable to the frequency of the transmitter.|
|Radiated RF IEC 61000-4-3||10V/m 80 MHz to 6.0 GHz||10V/m||Recommended separation distance: d=1.2√P 150 kHz to 80 MHz d=1.2√P 80 MHz to 800 MHz d=2.3√P 800 MHz to 2.5 GHz|
|Where P is the maximum output power rating of the transmitter in watts (W) according to the transmitter manufacturer and d is the recommended separation distance in meters (m).|
|Field strengths from fixed RF transmitters, as determined by an electromagnetic site survey a, should be less than the compliance level in each frequency rangeb.|
|As a condition observed to ensure compliance with current FCC RF exposure guidelines, maintain at least 6 cm separation distance between the antenna and the user’s body at all times.|
|Interference may occur in the vicinity of equipment marked with the following symbol:|
|Electrostatic discharge (ESD) IEC 61000-4-2||± 8 kV contact ± 15 kV air||± 8 kV contact ± 15 kV air||Floors should be wood, concrete or ceramic tile. If floors are covered with synthetic material, the relative humidity should be at least 30 %.|
|Electrical fast transient/burst||± 2 kV for power supply lines||± 2 kV for power supply lines||Mains power quality should be that of a typical commercial or hospital environment.|
|EC 61000-4-4||± 1 kV for input/ output lines||± 1 kV for input/ output lines|
|Surge IEC 61000-4-5||± 1 kV line(s) to line(s) ± 2 kV line(s) to earth||± 1 kV line(s) to line(s) ± 2 kV line(s) to earth||Mains power quality should be that of a typical commercial or hospital environment. Inbed 6cm distance info somewhere|
|Voltage dips, short interruptions and voltage variations on power supply input lines IEC 61000-4-11||0% UT for 0.5 cycle at 0 °, 45 °, 90 °, 135 °, 180 °, 225 °, 270 °, and 315 °. 0% UT for 1 cycle 70% UT for 25/30 cycle 0% UT for 200/300 cycle||0% UT for 0.5 cycle at 0 °, 45 °, 90 °, 135 °, 180 °, 225 °, 270 °, and 315 °. 0% UT for 1 cycle 70% UT for 25/30 cycle 0% UT for 200/300 cycle||Mains power quality should be that of a typical commercial or hospital environment. If the user of the [ME EQUIPMENT or ME SYSTEM] requires continued operation during power mains interruptions, it is recommended that the [ME EQUIPMENT or ME SYSTEM] be powered from an uninterrupted power supply or a battery.|
|Power frequency (50/60 Hz) magnetic field||30 A/m||30 A/m||Power frequency magnetic fields should be at levels characteristic of a typical location in a typical hospital or home environment.|
|Rated Maximum Power Output of Transmitter (W)||Separation Distance According to Frequency of Transmitter (M)|
|150 kHz to 80 MHz d=1.2√P||80 MHz to 800 MHz d=1.2√P||800 MHz to 2.5 GHz d=2.3√P|
|Emissions Test||Compliance||Electromagnetic Environment – Guidance|
|RF emissions CISPR 11||Group 1||The concentrator uses RF energy only for its internal function. Therefore its RF emissions are very low and not likely to cause any interference in nearby equipment.|
|RF emissions CISPR 11||Class B||The concentrator is suitable for use in all establishments, including domestic establishments and those directly connected to the public low-voltage power supply network that supplies buildings used for domestic purposes.|
|Harmonic Emissions IEC 61000-3-2||Class A|
|Voltage fluctuations / flicker emissions IEC 61000-3-3||Complies|