Invacare Platinum Mobile Portable Oxygen Concentrator

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FAA Approved
Rx Required
3 Year Warranty
  • Up to 10 hours with double battery
  • Easy-to-read LED display
  • Top-loading battery compartment

Invacare Platinum Oxygen Concentrator Overview

The Invacare Platinum Mobile Oxygen Concentrator is a device that is used to treat respiratory disorders by providing supplemental oxygen to patients. The lightweight Invacare Platinum Mobile portable oxygen concentrator weighs in at only 5 pounds and was designed with the active user in mind. With 5 pulse dose settings and a maximum battery life of 10 hours (pulse setting 1 with double battery configuration), the Invacare Platinum is ideal for long flights, road trips, and even international travel. Plus, the downward-facing ports and vents make it possible to withstand up to 10 minutes of direct rain, so you don't have to worry about your concentrator if you get caught in the rain!

As this device is a pulse dose concentrator, it is not recommended for use while sleeping and cannot be connected to a CPAP machine for use during sleep.

Invacare Platinum Oxygen Concentrator - Key Features

Battery Duration of the Invacare Oxygen Concentrator 

One of the more innovative design features of the Platinum Mobile oxygen concentrator is the top-loading battery compartment. Simply open the battery access door, and lower the battery into the empty slot. If you are using two batteries, insert both batteries the same way.

View the battery duration chart below to determine approximate times for your oxygen settings, as well as approximate recharge times for your portable oxygen concentrator.

To recharge the batteries, simply plug the concentrator into AC or DC power, using the provided cords. Users can charge the device and use it simultaneously. While charging, the topmost segment of the battery gauge will blink.

The battery gauge on the control panel indicates how much approximate life is left in the battery. When there are approximately 30 minutes of battery life remaining, the oxygen concentrator will beep once and a yellow alarm indicator will light up on the control panel. At 15 minutes of battery life remaining, the device will beep every 30 seconds until connected to external power.

Invacare Oxygen Concentrator is Easy to Use

The Invacare Platinum features four large buttons for simple use and a control panel with LED indicators and a backlit LCD, letting users constantly monitor the status of their portable oxygen concentrator. An alarm indicator LED alerts individuals to one of 20+ alarms on their device, including no breath detected, high operating temperature, system failure, and more. To further troubleshoot alarms, refer to the user manual or contact our customer care team.

The LCD screen provides display text to further diagnose problems, as well as indicate what oxygen flow setting the device is currently set to. The pulse dose button easily allows users to change the setting of their machine. However, changes to your oxygen settings should not occur until you consult with your physician.

Along with the lightweight of the Platinum Mobile, this oxygen concentrator comes with a carrying case and shoulder strap, making traveling a breeze. For best use, Invacare recommends a standard nasal cannula with tubing no longer than 25 feet.

Invacare Oxygen Concentrator - Highlights

  • This 5 liters Invacare platinum mobile portable oxygen concentrator provides pulse dose settings between 1 and 5.
  • Weighing less than 5 pounds and under 10 inches in every dimension, the Invacare Platinum Mobile is incredibly mobile.
  • Top-load batteries can be hot-swapped.
  • Drainage channels are integrated into the bag to keep the device safe from moisture and water.
  • Reinforced seals on the battery door.
  • Downward facing charging port and vents..
  • Complies with IP22 water resistance standards to withstand up to 10 minutes of rain.
  • Simple, sealed interface with only 4 large LCD back-lit buttons.
  • The Platinum Mobile Oxygen Concentrator is equipped with Invacare's Sensi-Pulse technology so it will automatically adjust to deliver the correct amount of oxygen.
  • A foam encapsulated compressor.
  • Cushions and reinforced bumpers to prevent damage from everyday bumps.
  • High-quality tubing resists degradation.
  • Maximum heat dissipation with dual intakes and exhausts, making the device durable up to 104º.
  • Can function to its fullest when kept at the temperature as low as -13º F and high as 140º F and brought back to room temperature.
  • Invacare recommends a standard nasal cannula. Tubing and/or cannula should not exceed 25 feet.

Invacare Portable Oxygen Concentrator - Accessories

Batteries for the Invacare Oxygen Concentrator

The Invacare Platinum Mobile offers two battery compartments for rechargeable batteries to power the oxygen concentrator. A single fully charged battery can power the device for up to 5 hours and with two batteries, the device can be used for 10 hours. The device will notify you when the battery gets low using both visible and audible alarms.

AC Power Adaptor for the Invacare Oxygen Concentrator

The AC power adapter allows the device to be used without the battery or to charge the batteries while the device is being used. It connects the device to an 11-240 volt (50-60 hertz) wall outlet.

DC Power Cable for the Invacare Oxygen Concentrator

The DC power cable can be used to power the device while you are traveling by road, train, water, or air. It connects the device to a 12-volt DC outlet available in vehicles like a car, boats, etc. The DC power cable will also charge the battery while powering the device so that it can be used.

Invacare Platinum Mobile Oxygen Concentrator - Carry Bag

A carry bag is provided to transport the Invacare Platinum mobile conveniently. The bag makes it easy to travel or carry out your daily activities while using the oxygen concentrator. It can be configured as a messenger bag or backpack using the shoulder straps provided.

Invacare Oxygen Concentrator - Additional Accessories and Replacement Parts

External battery charger with the power supply: POC1–115.
Additional batteries, model number: POC1–110.
AC power adapter with power cord: POC1–130.
DC power cable, model number: POC1–140.
Carry bag, model number: POC1–150.
Battery, model number: POC1–110.

Invacare Platinum Mobile Oxygen Concentrator - FAA Approval

The Invacare Platinum Mobile is FAA-approved for in-flight use. Contact your airline for their specific requirements for traveling with a portable oxygen concentrator.

It is FAA-cleared for usage during flights, cruise ships, and other forms of transportation.

Invacare Oxygen Concentrator - In the Box

  • Invacare Platinum Mobile Oxygen Concentrator
  • Carrying Case
  • AC adapter & DC adapter
  • 3 Year Manufacturer’s Warranty
  • Oxygen Supplies Care Package
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9.4" (H) x 7.4" (W) x 3.7" (D)

Product Weight:

4.9 lbs with single battery;    5.9 lbs with 2 Batteries


3 Years

NOTE: Warranty applies to concentrator. Accessory and parts warranties may vary. Please review manufacturer's documentation for full details.


No breath detected, Breath rate high, Low battery, Unit hot, Battery hot, Battery cold, Low oxygen, Cannot charge, Sensor fault

Battery Charging Time:

2.3 hr (One battery);      4.6 hr (Two Batteries)

Battery Duration:



FAA Approved:


Flow Settings:

Pulse Settings: 1-5

Oxygen Output per Bolus Dose (mL)



Noise Level:

40dBA at Setting 2

Operating Ranges, Intended for Use:

Temperature:  41°F to 104°F (5°C - 40°C)


Up to 10,000 Feet (Up to 3,048 meters)

Oxygen Concentration:

87% - 95.6%

Storage Ranges, Intended for Storage:

Temperature:  -13°F to 140°F (-25°C - 60°C)

 In the Box:

Platinum Mobile Portable Oxygen Concentrator, Carrying Case, AC/DC Adapters, Cannula and User Manual



Invacare Platinum Mobile Portable Oxygen Concentrator - Customer Questions
Why purchase the Invacare Platinum Mobile portable oxygen concentrator?
Can I connect the Invacare Platinum Mobile portable concentrator to a CPAP machine?
No you cannot. The Invacare Platinum Mobile portable concentrator is pulse dose only. You would need a POC that has continuous mode capable. While the Platinum Mbile cannot do cintinuous mode, it still offers pulse dose up to 4 all while being very small and lightweight.
How much does the Invacare Platinum Mobile Oxygen Concentrator weigh?
The Invacare Platinum Mobile Oxygen Concentrator weighs 4.9 lbs with a single battery and  5.9 lbs with 2 batteries.
Is Invacare Platinum Mobile Portable Oxygen Concentrator FAA approved?
Yes, the Invacare Platinum Mobile Portable Oxygen Concentrator is FAA approved for in-flight use.
Is there any warranty of Invacare Platinum Mobile Oxygen Concentrator?
Yes, the Invacare Platinum Mobile Oxygen Concentrator has a 3 year manufacturer’s warranty but this warranty only applies to the concentrator. Please review the manufacturer’s documentation for warranty information on accessories and parts.
Can I fly with a Invacare Platinum Mobile Portable Oxygen Concentrator?
Yes, you can. However you should check with your airline to see if you will be asked for documentation. 
Can I use the Invacare Platinum Mobile Oxygen Concentrator when I travel?
Yes, this is a portable oxygen concentrator designed for travel with lightweight batteries that can be recharged using either AC or DC input from your car cigarette lighter. When used in its backpack with a single battery, the concentrator weighs only around 5 pounds and it was even designed with the ports and vents facing down so it can withstand up to 10 minutes of direct rain, if you get caught...
Can I use the Invacare Platinum Mobile Oxygen Concentrator while I sleep?
This is a pulse dose only oxygen concentrator and is not recommended for use while you sleep, when continuous oxygen is often required. Consult your physician to discuss this question. 
What Are The Maintenance Guidelines For Invacare Oxygen Concentrator?
With proper cleaning and maintenance, the Invacare Platinum Mobile oxygen concentrator has an average service life of three years. Proper cleaning includes regularly wiping the concentrator cabinet with a damp cloth and mild soap to prevent a build-up of dust. The air intake filter screen must also be cleaned regularly to prevent large particles from getting trapped inside the device. This cleaning...
How Does The Invacare Oxygen Concentrator Air Intake Filters Function?
Air intake filters clean the air and other big particles. They should be cleaned before each use by following the instructions given on the “Cleaning the Air Intake Filter” screen in the maintenance section. To clean the Air Intake Filter Screen, turn off the device and use a nylon brush or a vacuum cleaner to clean dust/debris from the air intake filter. Before re-installing the filter, make sure...
How heavy is the Invacare Platinum Mobile Concentrator?
The Invacare Platinum Mobile portable concentrator weighs 4.9 lbs with a single battery and 5.9 lbs with two batteries.
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