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The 8 Cell Lithium Ion Battery for Inogen One G3 Concentrator can be purchased as a replacement battery or as an additional battery for the G3 concentrator. When placed on the lowest Pulse Dose setting, this battery is designed to provide up to 4.5 hours of runtime.
Pack an additional 8 cell battery, or choose the 8 Cell Lithium Ion Battery for Inogen One G3 Concentrator for double the runtime. When depleted, the 8 cell battery make take up to 4 hours to recharge completely. Charge the battery while using the oxygen device or use one of these methods:
The Inogen One 8 cell battery is compatible with the Inogen G3 portable oxygen concentrator only.
Battery Charging Tips
The Inogen One G3 portable concentrator uses a lithium ion rechargeable battery. The battery can be charged before it is fully depleted. If empty, it may take up to 4 hours to fully charge the battery.
The battery can be charged from both an AC power outlet or a DC cable. Also, the battery is designed to receive a charge when the G3 is being charged, as long as it is connected to the device.
Is the Battery Charge Visible?
The percent of charge remaining is visible on the display screen. As the charge begins to deplete, prepare to recharge the battery or switch out the empty battery for a new battery cell.
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