SuperGeeky wrote:I bought a DC plug for my Respironics BiPap and I can use the B & D 400 for a couple of days WITHOUT the humidifier Considering the rarity of the power going out long enough to need it, I can use the B & D 400 for a multitude of other everyday functions.
Anyone know for sure if the Respironics BiPAP Auto will run with the humidifier on a pure sine wave inverter? I don't want to turn my nice machine into a brick....
SuperGeeky wrote:I invite someone who is creative to think of an idea for a 'makeshift' humidifier during a Power Outage. (Snoredog, we hardly knew thee) Can you create a 'passive' humidifier simply by putting water before the intake?? Shut the room off and boil water before going to bed to increase humidity? Must be other ways to get humidified water into your 'brick' during an emergency.
|Machine: PR System One REMStar 60 Series BiPAP Auto with Bi-Flex|
|Mask: TAP PAP Nasal Pillow CPAP Mask with Improved Stability Mouthpiece|
|Humidifier: PR System One 60 Series Heated Tube Humidifier with Heated Tube|
|Additional Comments: S9 Adapt....PR S1 60 series BiPap Pro....|
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