That was using the 110 AC. After three nights of running her machine plus a few phone charges, we were at 54%.Oh nice. Was that using 12v or 110 ac?
I'm eyeing the Jackery 500 myself. My Resmed S9 crapped out, so the VA sent me the Airsense S10. It's nice, but doesn't work with modified sinewave AC. That puts my Greenworks inverter out of the running, and I'm back at square 1.
I have two of them one the va use to monitor I don’t know if they do anymore and that’s the one in my home the other one I’d my travel unit that is either in the Motorhome Orin the vehicle I’m travel in in case i need to stay over somewhere. I tried using one of the battery jumb boxes that had 120 or 12vy outlet as I got the va to get me a 12 volt power pack when I was competing in cowboy action and was dry camping a lot. It what I use in the Motorhome to power it. I think I remember reading that resumed was testing a battery for the air..10 units. But I think a goal zero or jackery setup would be the best or a duel battery setup on your vehicle/camper that be recharged by both solar when stationary or you vehicle and solar when traveling. Most small battery jump boxes will not work in my experience since I’ve been on a cpap since the late 90’s and camping since before I was able to drive. My best advice test your setup at home where you have power before taking it out try a three night in a row test and recharge it like you would on the trail if possible and if you in areas where you experience power outages develop a system that you can use at home for those times if it’s a common ofc then try to get your medical provider to buy you a system for home. Because if your like me it’s life or death if you can not use your cpap. They say I could die I’d I have a big enough of a episode. So it not like it’s optional. I sleep only one or two nights without it when I went to a Harley rally with a friend anf forgot my mask when I packed up that morning and by the time the error was noticed everything was closed. Neither of us got a good night sleep that trip. Plus I woke up with a very sore throat each morning. I make sure it hasn’t happened since even when I. In the hospital I take it and get it setup ASAP.I just started on a CPAP on Monday. I have a Resmed Airsense 10. I plan on using my LionEnergy lithium pack with it. I've got a separate solar panel that hooks into it so it can charge all day or whatever. We'll see if it works all night.
I use my Res Med in my Sprinter all the time. It’s am older model which runs off 12vdc. My new one in the house runs off 24 vdcRemember that with most, if not all, of the Resmed machines, you need a DC to DC converter if you're going to run off a battery. They run about $90. Insurance usually won't cover it or the battery. This is the one I use for my Aircurve 10:
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37297 ResMed 10-Series DC adapter for AirSense 10 CPAP machines and AirCurve 10 VPAP Machines
I have a 22 AH battery that will last 2, maybe 3 nights if all the superfluous functions (humidifier, heated hoses, wifi) are turned off. The Airsense probably uses less power than the Aircurve. The battery weighs about 4.5 Lb. If we're in the Sprinter, I just plug the converter into a DC plug and don't use the standalone battery.
HAHA yes. A week or so ago I woke up at 5AM and it was 42 outside. My face was frozen and there was crazy amounts of condensation in my tube. I didn't think to turn the temp up on the humidity. Now I know.Well I now use a CPAP and it has now cost me a lot of money trying to setup an offgrid sustainable system for it and other power needs. So not all about the cpap but I have a Resmed 10 and bought the 12V converter for $90. I have used it twice. It worked great the first time but the second time it was fairly cold and I could not tolerate the cpap for some reason. I am thinking it was because of the cold humid air (was deep in the forest). I will keep trying as I now have the whole winter ahead of me but has anyone else experienced this with cold air through their cpap?
HA! Sounds like I lucked out cuz I didn't even get to sleep. Could not tolerate the cpap at all and just shut it off before falling asleep.HAHA yes. A week or so ago I woke up at 5AM and it was 42 outside. My face was frozen and there was crazy amounts of condensation in my tube. I didn't think to turn the temp up on the humidity. Now I know.
I’m in the exact same boat and am using the same equipment. The AirMini rocks! I have a lithium backup like yours and have used it at home during power outages. Have not yet camped so I don’t know how well the battery will work.I just started on a CPAP on Monday. I have a Resmed Airsense 10. I plan on using my LionEnergy lithium pack with it. I've got a separate solar panel that hooks into it so it can charge all day or whatever. We'll see if it works all night.