Airsense 10 portable battery/power source help!

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Janknitz
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Re: Airsense 10 portable battery/power source help!

Post by Janknitz » Tue Sep 20, 2022 1:16 pm

I have something similar to the Jackery called the "Flash Fish". It works great, and I think less expensive than the Jackery but similar. I don't use a heated hose or humidifier anyway, and I will get a full 8 hours with some power left, plus it has a little lamp (comes in handy when the electricity goes out in the middle of the night), and I can charge my phone, too. It has USB, AC and DC outlets. It can be recharged by wall outlet, car battery, or solar--I hope to get a solar panel one of these days.
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Re: Airsense 10 portable battery/power source help!

Post by Bubba in NC » Thu Sep 22, 2022 10:14 am

Define "portable"

A 35 AH 12 volt battery and the ResMed converter are the best solution but it's not back packing weight. It'll need to be recharged after a few days but it lasts longer than other solutions. A bigger 12 v battery will last even longer
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