Inogen One G2 User Manual English

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Contents
Chapter 1
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Intended Use, Contraindications and General Precautions
Chapter 2
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Description of the Inogen One® G2 Oxygen Concentrator
Important Parts of the Inogen One® G2 Oxygen Concentrator
User Controls
User Interfaces
Input / Output Connections
Power Supply Options
Inogen One® G2 Accessories
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Operating Instructions
General Instructions
Additional Operating Instructions
Battery Operating Instructions
Battery Care and Maintenance
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Inogen One® G2 Oxygen Concentrator Audible and
Visible Signals (including Alarms)
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Troubleshooting
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Cleaning, Care and Maintenance
Cannula Replacement
Case Cleaning
Filter Cleaning and Replacement
Other Service and Maintenance
Disposal of equipment and accessories
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Symbols Used on Concentrator and Accessories
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Inogen One® G2 System Specifications
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Intended Use, Contraindications
and General Precautions
Intended Use
The Inogen One® G2 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® G2 may be used in home, institution, vehicle, on an airplane and various mobile
environments.
CAUTION
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USA Federal law restricts this device to sale by or on the order of a
physician. May also be applicable in other countries.
WARNING 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 recommended.
CAUTION
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.
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WARNING This device is NOT INTENDED to be life sustaining or life supporting.
CAUTION
Under certain circumstances, the use of non-prescribed oxygen
therapy can be hazardous. This device should be used only when
prescribed by a physician.
CAUTION
Additional monitoring or attention may be required for patients
using this device who are unable to hear or see alarms or communicate
discomfort. If the patient shows any signs of discomfort, a
physician should be consulted immediately.
CAUTION
The Inogen One® G2 is not designed or specified to be used with a
humidifier or nebulizer. Use of this device with a humidifier or
nebulizer may impair performance and/or damage the equipment.
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Contraindications
Description of the Inogen One®
G2 Oxygen Concentrator
Important Parts of the Inogen One® G2 Oxygen Concentrator
Display
Flow Control
General Precautions
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Audible
Alarm
Button
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WARNING Do not submerse the Inogen One® G2 or any of the accessories in liquid.
Do not expose to water or precipitation. Do not operate in rain.
This could lead to electrical shock and/or damage.
Alert/Alarm
Light
CAUTION
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Display
Backlight
Button
WARNING The device produces enriched oxygen gas which accelerates
combustion. Do NOT ALLOW SMOKING OR OPEN FLAMES within
10 feet of this device while in use.
Do not use oil, grease, or petroleum-based products on or near the
Inogen One® G2.
Never leave the Inogen One® G2 in an environment which can reach
high temperatures, such as an unoccupied car in high temperature
environments. This could damage the device.
Breath
Detection
Light
On/Off
Button
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User Controls
User Interfaces
ON / OFF Button
Press once to turn “ON”; Press and hold for one second to turn “OFF”.
Display
This screen displays information regarding flow setting, power
status, battery life and errors. If you would like to change the
language on the Inogen LCD Screen contact Inogen Client
Services.
Audible Alarm Button
Pressing this button will toggle the Inogen One® G2’s breath detection
alert on and off:
1. Default Mode. When the Inogen One® G2 is powered
up, the breath detection alert is disabled. The display’s mode indication
area is empty in Default Mode.
2. Breath Detection Alert Mode. The Inogen One® G2 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. The display’s
mode indication area will show a bell icon when the alert is enabled.
Indicator Lights
A red light indicates either a change in operating status or a
condition that may need response (alarm). A flashing light is
higher priority than non-flashing.
Audible Signals
An audible signal (beep) indicates either a change in
operating status or a condition that may need response (alarm).
More frequent beeps indicate higher priority conditions.
Flow Setting Control Buttons
Use the – or + flow setting control buttons to select the setting
as shown on the display. There are five settings, from 1 to 5.
Input / Output Connections
Display Backlight Button
Push on; automatically turns off.
Particle Filter
The filter must be in place at the intake end of the concentrator
during operation to keep input air clean.
Cannula Nozzle Fitting
The nasal cannula connects to this nozzle for Inogen One® G2
output of oxygenated air.
DC Power In
Connection for power connection from the Universal Power
Supply.
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Power Supply Options
12-Cell Rechargeable Lithium Ion Battery
The battery will power the Inogen One® G2 without connection to an
external power source. When fully charged, the battery will provide 2 to 4
hours of operation. The battery recharges when properly installed in the
Inogen One® G2 and the concentrator is connected to AC or DC power.
Recharging time is up to 4 hours. See information in the “Battery Care and
Maintenance” section.
DC cigarette lighter Power Plug for use in Automobile/RV/Boat/Aircraft
Power Output Plug
UNIVERSAL POWER SUPPLY
Overview
The Inogen Universal Power Supply (BA-107/207) is used to power the Inogen One® G2
concentrator from an AC power source or a DC power source. This allows the user to
power the concentrator in the home, in a vehicle or other places where AC or DC power is
available.
Description
The Inogen One® G2 Universal Power Supply is specifically designed for use with the
Inogen One® G2 Oxygen Concentrator (IO-200). The Universal Power Supply provides the
precise current and voltage required to safely power the Inogen One® G2, and is designed
to operate from specified AC and DC power sources. When used with AC power sources,
the supply automatically adapts to input voltages from 100V to 240V (50-60HZ)
permitting use with most power sources throughout the world.
The Universal Power Supply will charge the Inogen One® G2 Battery when used with AC
input power or when used with a DC power supply, such as the one found in your car. Due
to aircraft power limitations, the Universal Power Supply cannot be used to charge the
Inogen One® G2 Battery when used on an aircraft.
The Universal Power Supply is used with the following components:
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LED Indicator Light
AC Power Plug
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WARNING Do not use power supplies/adapters or accessories other than those
specified in this User Manual. The use of non-specified accessories may
create a safety hazard and/or impair equipment performance.
Nasal Cannula
A nasal cannula must be used with the Inogen One® G2 to provide
oxygen from the concentrator. A single lumen cannula up to 25
feet in length to ensure proper breath detection and oxygen
delivery is recommended.
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Inogen One® G2 Accessories
Airline DC 4-Pin Power Input Cable
DC 4-Pin power Power Plug for use on selected aircraft.
Please check with airline for power port availability.
24 Cell Rechargeable Lithium Ion Battery
The battery will power the Inogen One® G2 without connection
to an external power source. When fully charged, the battery will
provide 4 to 8 hours of operation. The battery recharges when
properly installed in the Inogen One® G2 and the concentrator is
connected to AC or DC power. Recharging time is up to 8 hours.
See information in the “Battery Care and Maintenance” section.
Increasing the cannula length may reduce the perceived noise during
oxygen bolus delivery.
Carry Bag
The Carry Bag provides a protective cover with a handle and
shoulder strap to enable you to carry the Inogen One® G2.
The Inogen One® G2 can be operated using battery power
during transport with the Carry Bag.
Cart
The Cart has wheels and a telescoping handle to provide easy
transport of the Inogen One® G2. The Inogen One® G2 can be operated
using battery power during transport. Place the Carry Bag over the
Cart. Make sure the Cart handle is inserted between the elastic strap
in the back of the carry bag and the front of the carry bag.
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Operating Instructions
General Instructions
Exhaust
1. Place the Inogen One® G2 in a well ventilated
location.
Air intake and exhaust must have clear access.
Locate the Inogen One® G2 in such a way that any auditory
alarms may be heard.
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Intake
WARNING Avoid use of the Inogen One® G2 in presence of pollutants, smoke
or fumes. Do not use the Inogen One® G2 in presence of flammable
anesthetics, cleaning agents or other chemical vapors.
CAUTION
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 buildup and shutdown or damage to the concentrator.
2. Ensure the particle filter is in place.
CAUTION
Do not operate the Inogen One® G2 without the
particle filter in place. Particles drawn into the
system may damage the equipment.
3. Install the battery.
Insert the Inogen One® G2 battery by sliding battery into place
and locking at bottom of concentrator.
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NOTE
The Inogen One® G2 battery acts as a secondary power supply in the event of
a planned or unexpected loss of the AC or DC external power supply. When
operating the Inogen One® G2 from an AC or DC external power supply, a
properly inserted Inogen One® G2 battery should be maintained in the unit.
This procedure will ensure uninterrupted operation and will operate all
alarms and alerts in the event of a loss of the external power supply.
The Inogen One® G2 Battery requires an initial full charge of uninterrupted
charging from an empty state using the Inogen One® G2 on the AC power
source. Do not run the Inogen One® G2 on battery power until this initial
charging has been completed.
4. Connect the Universal Power Supply.
Connect the AC Power plug to the Universal Power Supply. Connect the
AC Power Plug to the power source and connect the Power Output Plug to
the Inogen One® G2. The green LED on the Universal Power Supply will be
illuminated and a beep will sound from the concentrator.
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Ensure the Universal Power Supply is in a well ventilated location as it relies
on air circulation for heat dissipation. The Universal Power Supply may become
hot during operation. Make sure the Universal Power Supply cools down before
handling.
It is not recommended to use an AC plug adapter with the Universal Power
Supply. Use Inogen specified AC Power Input cables for international use.
CAUTION
The Universal Power Supply is not water resistant.
CAUTION
Do not disassemble the Universal Power Supply. This may lead to
component failure and/or safety risk.
CAUTION
Do not place anything in the Universal Power Supply port other than the
supplied wall cord. Avoid the use of electrical extension cords with the Inogen
One® G2. 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 cord.
NOTE
Under certain conditions (see Technical Specifications) the Universal
Power Supply may shut down. The green LED will blink or will no longer
be illuminated. If this occurs, disconnect the Power Supply for at least
10 seconds and reconnect.
NOTE
When the Universal Power Supply is disconnected from the AC outlet, also
disconnect it from the concentrator to avoid unnecessary battery discharge.
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CAUTION
5. Connect the nasal cannula tubing to the nozzle fitting.
Nozzle fitting is located next to the handle of the Inogen One® G2.
Use of a single lumen cannula up to 25 feet in length to ensure
proper breath detection and oxygen delivery is recommended. Additional
titration may be needed to ensure proper oxygen
delivery when using a particular cannula.
CAUTION
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 way.
CAUTION
Replace the nasal cannula on a regular basis. Check
with your equipment provider or physician to determine how often the
cannula should be replaced.
6. Turn on your Inogen One® G2 by pressing the ON/OFF Button.
A single short beep will sound after the Inogen logo is displayed. “Please
Wait” 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®
G2 has been stored in extremely cold temperatures.
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8. Position the nasal cannula on your face and breathe through your nose.
The Inogen One® G2 will sense the onset of inhalation and deliver
a burst of oxygen at a precise time when you inhale. The Inogen
One® G2 will sense each breath and continue to deliver oxygen
in this manner. As your breathing rate changes, the Inogen One®
G2 will sense these changes and deliver oxygen only as you need
it. At times, if you inhale very quickly between breaths the Inogen
One® G2 may ignore one of the breaths, giving the appearance of a
missed breath. This may be normal as the Inogen One® G2 senses
and monitors the changes in your breathing pattern. The Inogen
One® G2 will normally sense the next breath and deliver oxygen
accordingly.
A green light will flash each time a breath is detected. Make certain that the nasal cannula
is properly aligned on your face and you are breathing through your nose.
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WARNING If you begin to feel ill or are experiencing discomfort while using this
device, consult your physician immediately.
CAUTION
The Inogen One® G2 is designed to provide a flow of high purity oxygen.
An advisory alarm, “Oxygen Low”, will inform you if oxygen concentration
drops. If alarm persists, contact your equipment provider.
General
To remove power, unplug the input cord from its source (i.e., AC wall outlet, car cigarette
lighter adapter).
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Ensure the Universal Power Supply is powered from only one power source
(AC or DC) at any given time. The Universal Power Supply may not operate
properly if simultaneously powered using both AC and DC sources.
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7. Set the Inogen One® G2 Concentrator to the flow rate prescribed by your physician or
clinician.
Use the + or – setting buttons to adjust the Inogen One® G2 to the desired setting.
The current setting can be viewed on the display.
Additional Operating Instructions
For Use In Home With AC Power
For operation of the Power Supply using an AC power source, follow these instructions:
1. Connect the AC Input to the power supply.
2. Connect the AC Power Plug to the power source and connect the Power Output
Plug to the Inogen One® G2. The green LED will be illuminated, indicating the
Universal Power Supply has input power.
Traveling With Your Inogen One® G2 System
The Inogen One® G2 System makes travel by plane, boat, car or train more convenient
for oxygen users than ever before. Now you get the same quality performance and
convenience while on the go that you’re used to receiving from your Inogen One® G2 at
home. Here are some useful and important instructions for maximizing performance
and convenience when using your Inogen One® G2 while traveling.
You should begin planning for a trip with a checklist of items to remember. This checklist
should include:
Universal Power Supply
!Extra Battery(s) if required
Important phone numbers, such as those of your physician and home healthcare
provider, or providers in the area you will be traveling
!Plan for backup oxygen in the event of a prolonged power outage or mechanical failure.
For Use In Automobile/RV/Boat
For operation of the Universal Power Supply using a DC power
source, follow these instructions:
1. Connect the DC Input to the power supply.
2. Connect the DC Power Plug (Cigarette Lighter Adapter) to
the power source and connect the Power Output Plug to the
Inogen One® G2. The green LED will be illuminated, indicating
the power supply has input power.
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WARNING The tip of the Cigarette Adapter Plug becomes HOT when in use. Do not touch
the tip immediately after removal from an auto cigarette lighter socket.
CAUTION
Ensure the automobile power socket is clean of cigarette ash and the adapter
plug fits properly, otherwise overheating may occur.
CAUTION
Do not use the Universal Power Supply with a cigarette plug splitter or with
an extension cable. This may cause overheating of the DC power input cable.
CAUTION
Do not jump start the automobile with the Universal Power Supply connected.
This may lead to voltage spikes which could shut down and/or damage the
Universal Power Supply.
CAUTION
When powering the Inogen One® G2 in an automobile ensure the engine is
running. Operating the device without the engine running may drain the car
battery.
Traveling By Air
The FAA allows the Inogen One® G2 onboard all U.S. aircraft, here are a few points to make air
travel easy.
Planning Your Flight
When flying with the Inogen One® G2, you must inform the airline that you will be using your
Inogen One® G2 onboard the aircraft. You must also keep a signed statement from
your physician with you that includes:
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opportunity to request a seat with a power port which can be used to power your Inogen One®
G2. However, availability varies by airline, type of aircraft and class of service. You should check
with your airlines for availability and always plan on having sufficient battery power for the
duration of your flight, plus a conservative estimate of unanticipated delays.
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equipped for use with two separate DC power adapters – a commonly used cigarette lighter
adapter, and a less common four-pin adapter (sold separately). Since it is difficult to determine
which type of power supply your aircraft will have, it’s a good idea to keep both adapters
available when flying.
Before Your Flight
Here are some things to keep in mind the day your flight departs:
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flights on regional airlines, you will need sufficient battery power for the duration of the flight,
plus a conservative estimate of unanticipated delays.
CAUTION
Airlines may not be equipped to provide backup oxygen.
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Universal Power Supply to power your Inogen One® G2 from an electrical outlet in the airport
terminal if available.
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3. The plug should insert into the socket without excessive force and securely remain in
place. The Cigarette Lighter Adapter comes with a slide switch pre-adjusted to the narrow
position. This will fit most automobile cigarette lighter sockets. If the Cigarette Lighter
Adapter is loose in the socket, adjust the switch to the "wide" position.
4. Ensure that the automobile power socket is adequately fused for the Inogen One® G2
power requirements (minimum 15 Amp).
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1. If using airline power port, remove the Battery from the Inogen One® G2 Oxygen
Concentrator. Due to aircraft power limitations, the Universal Power Supply cannot
be used to charge the Inogen One® G2 Battery when onboard aircraft.
2. Connect the appropriate DC Power Plug for the type of available airline power
(see photos on page 7 and 9). Check with airline personnel to ensure compatibility.
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NOTE
When starting to charge a fully discharged battery, the charging process may
start and stop during the first few minutes.
Your Inogen One® G2 Lithium Ion Battery requires special care to ensure proper performance
and long life. Use only Inogen One® G2 Batteries with your Inogen One® G2 Concentrator.
Effect of Temperature on Battery Performance
The Inogen One® G2 12-Cell Battery powers the Inogen One® G2 Concentrator from 2 to 4
hours under most environmental conditions. To extend the run-time of your battery, avoid
running in temperatures less than 41˚F (5˚C) or higher than 95˚F (35˚C) for extended periods of
time.
Traveling By Bus, Train or Boat
Contact your carrier to find out about available power port availability.
Battery Time Remaining Clock
The Inogen One® G2 continuously displays battery time remaining. This displayed time is only
an estimate, and the actual time remaining may vary from this value.
Battery Operating Instructions
Please Follow These Important Guidelines to Maximize Battery Performance and Life:
Ensure that the battery is in place and charged. Disconnect the Inogen One® G2 from its
power source. While the Inogen One® G2 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 below 10% remaining, a low priority
alert will sound. When the battery is empty, the alert will change to a high priority.
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Normal Battery Charging
To ensure that your battery is properly charging, inspect that the correct AC and DC power
output plug adapter is being used and that the adapter is properly inserted into the power
outlet. Observe the display or lights that indicate charging status.
Battery Care and Maintenance
A change in altitude (for example, from sea level to mountains) may affect
total oxygen available to the patient. The Inogen One® G2 has been verified
to provide oxygen to specification up to 10,000 ft (3048 m). Consult your
physician before traveling to higher or lower altitudes to determine if your
flow settings should be changed.
After Your Flight
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If the Inogen One® G2 is being powered by the Universal Power Supply, batteries will charge
during operation. Leaving your Inogen One® G2 plugged in past the full charge time will not
harm the concentrator or the battery.
During Your Flight
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฀Once per month: fully charge the battery then discharge to 10% and charge back to full.
฀If using multiple batteries, make sure that each battery is labeled (1, 2, 3 or A, B, C, etc.) and
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Inogen One® G2 Oxygen
Concentrator Audible
and Visible Signals
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Mode
Display Icons
Power
Text
The Inogen One® G2 display is divided into three areas. The upper left corner of the
display shows the breath detection alert status. The lower left corner indicates power
source and battery charge level. The right side of the display contains text information,
such as flow setting, battery time remaining, and error notifications.
Power Status Icons
These icons are examples of those shown in the display’s power status window when the
Inogen One® G2 is operating on battery power.
Icon
Meaning
Battery is empty.
Battery has less than 10% charge remaining. This icon flashes.
Battery has approximately 40% to 50% charge remaining.
Battery is full.
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Informational Messages
The icons below are examples of those shown when the Inogen One® G2 is operating
from an external power supply and charging the battery. The lightning bolt indicates
that an external power supply is connected.
The following information displays are not accompanied by any audible feedback or any
visual change in the indicator lights.
Message Display & Text
Icon
Meaning
Battery is charging with charge level between 60% and 70%.
The Inogen logo is displayed at startup.
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).
Battery is charging with charge level less than 10%.
Setting X Charging xx
(or) Battery Full
Default display when operating on an external power
supply and the battery is charging. “xx%” represents the
percent battery charge (e.g., 86%).
The Inogen One® G2 is operating from an external power source with no
battery present.
Setting X Battery xx%
Default display when the battery is not charging or when the
time remaining is not available from the battery.
Charging xx% (0r)
Battery Full
Display 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.
Mode Icons
These are the icons shown in the display’s mode window.
Icon
[blank]
Meaning
The breath detection alarm has been enabled.
Notifications
The concentrator is in the standard breath detect mode, and the breath
detection alert is disabled. This is the default condition.
The following notification messages are accompanied by a single, short beep.
Display Text
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Condition/Action/Explanation
Setting X Battery
HH:MM
The battery is fully charged and is charging as necessary to
maintain its charge.
When two conditions occur simultaneously, the condition with the
higher priority will be displayed.
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Power Status Icons (continued)
Message Display & Text
Condition/Action/Explanation
Inogen One®
Shutting Down
On/Off button has been pressed for two seconds.
Concentrator is performing system shut down.
HH:MM
Vx.x
Audible Alarm has been pressed for five seconds.
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The following low priority alert messages are accompanied by a double beep and a
solid red light.
Message Display & Text
Condition/Action/Explanation
External
Power Low
External power supply is too low to run the unit, which
is running on battery power despite being plugged in.
Check external power supply connections. If condition
persists, contact your equipment provider.
External
Power High
External power supply is too high. Check external power
supply connections. If condition persists, contact your
equipment provider.
Battery Low
Attach Plug
Battery power is low, with less than 10% remaining. Attach
external power supply or power down and insert a fully
charged battery.
Battery Error
See Manual
Battery error has occurred. Switch to a new battery or
remove battery and operate concentrator using external
power supply. If battery error recurs with same battery,
stop using the battery and contact your equipment
provider.
Oxygen Low
See Manual
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Low Priority Alerts (continued)
Low Priority Alerts
Concentrator is producing oxygen at a slightly low level
(<82%). If condition persists, contact your equipment
provider.
Message Display & Text
Condition/Action/Explanation
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® G2. If the problem still persists, contact your
equipment provider.
Comm Error
See Manual
Concentrator is producing oxygen but cannot report
battery status. Replace battery. If condition persists,
contact your equipment provider.
Service Needed
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.
02 Sensor Fail
See Manual
The concentrator’s oxygen sensor has malfunctioned.
You may continue to use the concentrator. If the condition
persists, contact your equipment provider.
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The following medium priority alert messages are accompanied by a triple beep,
repeated every 25 seconds, and a flashing red light.
Message Display & Text
Condition/Action/Explanation
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.
No Breath Detect
Check Cannula
System Error
See Manual
Oxygen Error
Service Needed
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Concentrator is not detecting a breath. Check that:
cannula is connected to concentrator, there are no kinks
in tubing, and cannula is positioned properly in your nose.
If Satellite Conserver is attached, make sure flow control
on concentrator is set to Satellite Mode. This alert may be
enabled or disabled through use of the mode button.
Concentrator is experiencing an error, but is capable of
continued operation. As soon as you are able:
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If condition persists, contact your equipment provider.
Oxygen output concentration is below 50%. If condition
persists, switch to your backup oxygen source and contact
your equipment provider to arrange for service.
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Medium Priority Alerts
High Priority Alerts
CAUTION
If you are not near the Inogen One® G2 you may not be able to hear or
see the high priority alerts. Make sure the Inogen One® G2 is in a
location where the alerts and alarms will be recognized if they occur.
The following high priority alert messages are accompanied by a five beep pattern,
repeated every 10 seconds, and a flashing red light.
Message Display & Text
Condition/Action/Explanation
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
Shut Down
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 filter
is clean. If condition persists, switch to a backup source of
oxygen and contact your equipment provider.
System HOT
Shut Down
Concentrator temperature is too high, and oxygen
production is shutting down. Ensure air intake and outlet
vents have clear access and particle filter is clean. If
condition persists, switch to a backup source of oxygen and
contact your equipment provider.
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Message Display & Text
Condition/Action/Explanation
System COLD
Shut Down
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.
Error (###)
Service Needed
Concentrator has stopped producing oxygen and is
shutting down. You should:
1. Note error number
2. Switch to backup oxygen source
3. Contact your equipment provider
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Troubleshooting
Solutions to some possible issues you may encounter are described in this section.
Inogen One® G2 Oxygen Concentrator
Problem
Possible Cause
Recommended Solution
Any problem
accompanied
by information
on concentrator
display, indicator
lights, and/or
audible signals.
Refer to Chapter 4
Refer to Chapter 4
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
Malfunction
Contact your equipment provider
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
No oxygen
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High Priority Alerts (continued)
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Cleaning, Care
and Maintenance
Cannula Replacement
Your nasal cannula should be cleaned or replaced on a regular basis. Consult with
your physician and/or equipment provider and/or cannula manufacturer’s instructions
for cleaning and replacement information. A single lumen cannula up to 25 feet in
length to ensure proper breath detection and oxygen delivery is recommended.
CAUTION
Use of a cannula other than a high flow cannula (e.g. Salter 1600Q)
may restrict oxygen delivery and/or attachment to nozzle fittings.
Case Cleaning
You may clean the outside case using a cloth dampened with a mild liquid detergent
(such as Dawn) and water.
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WARNING Do not submerse the Inogen One® G2 or its accessories in water or allow
water to enter into the case; this may lead to electrical shock and/or
damage.
!
WARNING Do not use cleaning agents other than those specified in this User
Manual. Do not use alcohol, isopropyl alcohol, ethylene chloride or
petroleum based cleaners on the cases or on the particle filters.
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The particle filter must be cleaned weekly to ensure the ease of air flow.
Remove filter from the front of the device. Clean the particle filter with a mild
liquid detergent (such as Dawn) and water; rinse in water and dry before
reuse.
NOTE
It may be necessary to clean the particle filter more often in dusty
environments.
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Filter Cleaning and Replacement
To replace the fuse, follow these instructions and refer to the photograph below.
1. Remove the tip by unscrewing the retainer. Use a tool if necessary.
2. Remove the retainer, tip and fuse.
3. 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
fuse.
4. Install a replacement fuse, Inogen RP#125 (BUSS MDA-12)* and reassemble the tip.
Ensure the retainer ring is properly seated and tightened.
To purchase additional particle filters. Contact your equipment provider or Inogen if you
need additional filters.
Output Filter
The output filter is intended to protect the user from inhalation of small particles in the
product gas flow. The Inogen One® G2 includes an output filter, conveniently located
behind the removable cannula nozzle fitting. Inogen requires that this filter be replaced
between patients.
Cigarette Adapter Plug
CAUTION
The output filter may be replaced by the equipment provider or by the owner using the
Output Filter Replacement Kit (RP-107).
Fuse
Retainer Tip
Retainer
For continued protection against risk of fire, only use fuse specified.
DC Input Cable Fuse Replacement
The Cigarette Lighter DC Power Plug contains a fuse. If the DC Input Cable is being
used with a known good power source and the power supply is not operative (no output
power and the green LED is not illuminated), the fuse may need to be replaced.
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WARNING Do not disassemble the Inogen One® G2 or any of the accessories
or attempt any maintenance other than tasks described in the
troubleshooting section; disassembly creates a hazard of electrical shock
and will void your warranty. Do not remove tamper evident label. For
events other than those described in this manual, contact your equipment
provider for servicing by authorized personnel.
CAUTION
Do not use lubricants on the Inogen One® G2 or its accessories.
Disposal of Equipment and Accessories
Follow your local governing ordinances for disposal and recycling of the Inogen One®
G2 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.
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Other Service and Maintenance
Symbols Used
On Concentrator
and Accessories
Symbol
Meaning
WARNING
A warning indicates that the personal safety of the patient may be
involved. Disregarding a warning could result in significant injury.
CAUTION
A caution indicates that a precaution or service procedure must be
followed. Disregarding a caution could lead to a minor injury or
damage to equipment.
See Owner Manual for Instructions
ONLY
U.S. Federal Regulation Restricts this Device to Sale by Order of
Physician. May also be applicable in other Countries.
AC Power
Maintenance Items List
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DC Power
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No Smoking while device is in use
No Open Flames (Concentrator);
Do not incinerate (Battery)
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Meaning
Keep Dry
Indoor or Dry Location Use Only, Do Not Get Wet
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Inogen One® G2 Concentrator
Dimensions:
Do Not Disassemble
Weight:
7.25 pounds (3.3kg) (includes 12 cell battery)
Noise:
Warm-Up Time:
Oxygen Concentration:
Flow Control Settings:
Power:
Less than 38dBA (as packaged) on setting 2
2 minutes
90% - 3% /+ 6% at all settings
5 settings: 1 to 5
Universal Power Supply:
AC Input:
100 to 240 VAC
50 to 60 Hz
Auto-Sensing:
1.0A
DC Input:
13.5-15VDC,10A
DC Output: 19 VDC, 5.0A max.
Rechargeable Battery: Voltage: 12.0 to 16.8 VDC
Meaning
Battery Duration:
Up to 4 hours with 12 cell battery
Up to 8 hours with 24 cell battery
ON / OFF Button
Battery Charging Time:
Display Backlight Button
Environmental Ranges
Intended for Use:
Up to 4 hours for a 12 cell battery
Up to 8 hours for a 24 cell battery
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)
Temperature: -4 to 140˚F (-20 to 60˚C)
Humidity: 0% to 95%, non-condensing
Store in a dry environment
Type BF Applied Part, Not Intended for Cardiac Application
Class II Device
Electrical Safety Agency Certification Logo
Complies With Applicable EU Directives Including Medical Device
0123 Directive
User Interface Label
Symbol
+
Increase Flow Setting
Decrease Flow Setting
Audible Alarm Button
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System Specifications
Use No Oil or Grease
Do Not Dispose of In Unsorted Municipal Waste.
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Symbol
Environmental Ranges
Intended for Storage:
Transportation:
L/W/H:
10.7 in (27.3cm) / 3.9 in (10.0cm) / 9.5 in (24.3cm)
Keep Dry, Handle With Care
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Tested by Independent
Laboratory:
Safety: IEC 60601-1
CAN/CSA C22.2 No. 60601-1
Electromagnetic Compatibility:
IEC 60601-1-2
RTCA DO 160
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Inogen One® G2 Concentrator (continued)
However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation.
If this equipment does cause harmful interference with other devices, which can be
determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct
the interference by one or more of the following measures:
1. Reorient or relocate the receiving device.
2. Increase the separation between the equipment.
3. Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to
which the other device(s) is connected.
4. Consult Inogen or your equipment provider for assistance.
Classifications
Mode of Operation:
Continuous Duty
Type of Protection Against Electrical
Shock:
Class II
Degree of Protection Against Electrical
Shock:
Degree of Protection Against Ingress of
Water:
Degree of Safety for Application in
Presence of Anesthetic Gases:
Type BF
Not intended for cardiac application
IP20
Not suitable for such application
ELECTROMAGNETIC COMPATIBILITY
CAUTION
Portable and mobile RF communications equipment can affect medical
electrical equipment.
CAUTION
Stacking or placing equipment adjacent to other devices is not
recommended, where such configurations are necessary, all equipment
in question should be carefully observed to ensure that EMI does not
degrade performance.
CAUTION
Use of accessories, transducers, and cables other than those specified,
with the exception of transducers and cables sold by the manufacturer
of the equipment as replacement parts for internal components,
may result in increased emissions and decreased immunity of the
equipment or system.
This CE Marked equipment has been tested and found to comply with the EMC limits for
the Medical Device Directive 93/42/EEC [EN 55011 Class B and EN 60601-1-2]. These limits
are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a typical
medical installation.
The equipment generates uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not
installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference
to other devices in the vicinity.
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Guidance and Manufacturer’s Declaration – Electromagnetic Emissions
The Inogen One® G2 Oxygen Concentrator is intended for use in the electromagnetic
environment specified below. The customer or the user of the Inogen One® G2 Oxygen
Concentrator should assure that it is used in such an environment.
Emissions Test
Compliance
Electromagnetic Environment - Guidance
RF emissions
CISPR 11
Group 1
RF emissions
CISPR 11
Harmonic Emissions
IEC 61000-3-2
Voltage fluctuations /
flicker emissions
IEC 61000-3-3
Class B
The Inogen One® G2 Oxygen
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.
The Inogen One® G2 Oxygen
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.
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Class A
Complies
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