EasyLonger Battery Backup for AirCurve 11

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alancalan
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EasyLonger Battery Backup for AirCurve 11

Post by alancalan » Sun Jun 02, 2024 11:00 am

The hurricane season is here in Florida and I am wondering about a battery backup. I saw this one on Amazon for about $300 but it says inverter is separate. What is that? Do I need one? I know I would need a separate cable for the Air Curve 11. This one is compatible with the Air Sense 11 does that mean it works with the AC11?

Also, do any of you know if this is a decent product and can you add solar panels? Any other recommendations? I also assume that most of you would use it without humidification so it lasts longer.

Alan

EASYLONGER CPAP Battery Backup ES960, 297.6Wh LiFePO4 CPAP Battery for ResMed S9, AirSense 10, AirSense 11, AirCurve 10

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Re: EasyLonger Battery Backup for AirCurve 11

Post by ChicagoGranny » Thu Jun 06, 2024 11:38 am

If you are talking about this model, https://www.amazon.com/EASYLONGER-96000 ... r_1_4?th=1, the description says it has a 24V output and a cable for ResMed 11. This should be all you need.

They probably don't mention the AirCurve 11 because it wasn't available when they wrote the ad.

Since it has a 24V output, no inverter is needed.
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Re: EasyLonger Battery Backup for AirCurve 11

Post by ChicagoGranny » Thu Jun 06, 2024 11:41 am

BTW, did you notice this? --->
Note: If you power a CPAP, please Turn Off the humidifier & heating tube to extend runtime.
Since you live in FL, you might not need the humidifier.
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Re: EasyLonger Battery Backup for AirCurve 11

Post by Garethep » Sat Jun 08, 2024 6:11 am

I've got one of those and it's a good bit of kit. Without heated hose / humidifier I get 2 to 3 nights out of it and I like that it can charge from a usb-c cable.

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