An extension of the Inogen Aviator product line, the G3 weighs only 4.8 pounds (2.2 kg), about 3 pounds (1.4 kg) lighter than the Inogen Aviator G2-1050. The Inogen Aviator G3 concentrates oxygen from ambient air and can be used by a single user up to 15,000'.  The system is already in use by a wide range of pilots from kit plane to pressurized jets and has been approved for use during all phases of flights including taxiing, taking off and landing as well as for commercial use. The Inogen Aviator is FAA approved and safer than tank oxygen systems with no need to re-fill oxygen tanks again.

Important Features:

-   - Lightweight and small
-   - Included battery that runs up to 3 hours

-   - Four (4) flow settings

-   - 12 – 32VDC power converter

-   - AC Power Supply 100-240V, 50-60Hz
-   - Meets FAA guidelines for supplemental oxygen
-   - Certified to FAA radiated emissions standards (May run in IFR)
-   - LCD user interface with continual self-diagnostics

-   - Three (3) year warranty

Inogen Aviator G2-1265
The Inogen AviatorTM G2-1265 Oxygen Concentrator is a supplemental source of oxygen for pilots in flight.  It supplies a high concentration of oxygen and is used with a nasal cannula to channel oxygen from the concentrator to the pilot, or individual passengers, and is considered a single-user oxygen supply system tested up to 18,000 ft.

The Inogen Aviator provides the ability for Pilots to be saturated at elevation without fear of running out of bottled oxygen while flying.  As long as there is electricity running the Inogen Aviator, the concentrator will generate and deliver pulsed doses of oxygen to the Pilot (or passenger) on-the-fly through a nasal cannula.  This is a safe and proven technology that has long been used in the medical industry.
- Pulse dose oxygen delivery system
- Nasal cannula
- 12 – 32VDC; Optional AC charger (either battery powered or powered by DC power system)
- Lightweight and small (7.25lbs with battery - Size 24.1 cm x 27.4 cm x10.1 cm)
- Meets FAA guidelines for supplemental Oxygen (1 person up to 18,000ft)
- Certified to FAA radiated emissions standards (OK to run in IFR)
- LCD user interface with continual self-diagnostics