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    Has anyone had success with cpap on the trail using batteries. Whatís your setup.
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    Here is my setup for backpacking:

    CPAP/Battery Pak - grams / ounces

    • Resmed Airmini - 294 /10.4
    • Mask & Hose - 109 / 3.8
    • Adapter cable (Medistrom) - 24 / 0.8
    • TalentCell 24V LI Battery PB240A1 - 416 / 14.7


    Total - 843 grams / 29.7 ounces

    Iíve used this on several trips and usually get 3 nights use out of one battery. The Airmini is an autoset machine and I generally set it for max pressure of 6 or 7.

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    Thanks Steve. 3 nights is really good on the battery.

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    Here is a picture of my CPAP setup...

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    Which nasal pillows is that?

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    It's the "Airfit P10 for Airmini" mask set made by ResMed. It includes the air pillows and hose and is specific to the AirMini machine. However, I also have a ResMed Airfit P10 mask for my full size CPAP machine and they both use the same air pillows. The pillows come in small, medium and large.


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