Inogen One G5 Portable Oxygen Concentrator – About Battery Duration

Inogen One G5 Portable Oxygen Concentrator – About Battery Duration

The battery life of the Inogen One G5 portable oxygen concentrator is related to its battery configuration. Generally speaking, its extended battery (16cell) can provide longer battery life than the standard battery (8cell). At the lowest oxygen level, the extended battery (16 cells) can provide up to 13 hours of use, while the standard battery (8 cells) can provide about 6 hours of use.

To better understand the approximate battery life of the Inogen One G5 oxygen concentrator at different oxygen levels, you can refer to the relevant information about battery life below.

Setting 1

Average usage time of standard battery (8cell): 6 hours 35 mins

Average usage time of extended battery (16cell): 13 hours

Setting 2

Average usage time of standard battery (8cell): 5 hours 3 mins

Average usage time of extended battery (16cell): 10 hours 22 mins

Setting 3

Average usage time of standard battery (8cell): 3 hours 27 mins

Average usage time of extended battery (16cell): 7 hours 1 mins

Setting 4

Average usage time of standard battery (8cell): 2 hours 25 mins

Average usage time of extended battery (16cell): 4 hours 55 mins

Setting 5

Average usage time of standard battery (8cell): 1 hour 51 mins

Average usage time of extended battery (16cell): 3 hours 48 mins

Setting 6

Average usage time of standard battery (8cell): 1 hour 26 mins

Average usage time of extended battery (16cell): 2 hours 58 mins

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NOTE: If you need to replace the battery, simply press and hold the battery latch and slide the battery out of the concentrator. But before you disconnect the power source, it's a good idea to make sure the device is turned off.

This Inogen One G5 portable oxygen concentrator comes with AC and DC power cords, which can better meet the different charging needs of users. When the device's external power supply fails, the battery inside the device can be used as a backup power supply to provide users with uninterrupted oxygen therapy. When the device is plugged into AC or DC power, it charges the battery inside the device.

Another thing to note is that when the device's battery power is too low or there are about 10 minutes left, the oxygen concentrator will send out a low-priority alarm. (For more specific information, please refer to the user manual.) At this time, if you need the device to continue working, plug in an external power source to charge the device as much as possible.

While charging, you can see the current remaining charge on your device's backlit display. This makes it easy for you to understand and grasp the time it takes for your device to fully charge.

Finally, if you want to know more about batteries, you can visit BatteryMall.com/support.

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