Inogen GS 100

Founded by University of California, Santa Barbara (UCSB) alumni Alison Bauerlein and Brenton Taylor, Inogen was one of the first companies to make portable oxygen concentrators available for sale. These lightweight machines free oxygen patients from being tethered to heavy tanks and allow them to lead full, active lives again. The GS 100 is the smallest and lightest home oxygen concentrator by Inogen and is designed to be easy to use. The GS 100 is very energy efficient, using only 100 watts on setting 2 and up to 275 watts on the highest setting, which can save a lot of money in electricity costs over time.

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The GS 100 features an audible alarm system that will warn you if there is a problem with the machine, such as low oxygen percentage or a dirty air inlet filter. It will also notify you if there is a power outage. Its battery can last up to 4.5 hours on setting 1 and takes only three hours to recharge fully. This is the longest battery life on a continuous flow oxygen concentrator. Learn more Inogen GS 100 –

The GS 100’s intake filter is easily accessible, located behind the removable cannula nozzle fitting and can be removed for washing. This should be done weekly. It is recommended that the user clean this filter after every use to help maintain its performance and longevity. Other than the weekly maintenance, there is no other routine maintenance required for this machine.

Inogen GS 100 Portable Oxygen Concentrator

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