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ResMed's DC Converter allows you to operate your AirSense 10 Series CPAP Machine or AirCurve 10 Series BiLevel Machine from standard 12V or 24V DC power sources like the cigarette lighter power sockets found in most cars, boats, trucks and other vehicles. A DC Adapter Cable, as shown, with alligator clips is also included for powering your sleep therapy device directly from an external battery.
Usage Information: Using a non-ResMed DC Converter with a ResMed CPAP/BiLevel machine may damage the machine and void the manufacturer's warranty. This cord will not work with ResMed Power Station (RPS) II Battery Packs. For full usage instructions please review the user manual that came with your machine or DC power converter.
Well made. Does its job. Allows me to camp with my cpap machine or else I wouldn't be able to. By johnhmcneely, Aurora, CO (80012) 06-09-2017
The product is excellent . It is very easy to attach to my c-pap machine. It has an excellent length of cords making placement location easy. It wil m our travels much easier. I love it.By DeepSaffronCrayfish-3684, 04-04-2017
I got a new CPAP, which I love. The cable for the battery I have for camping would not work with the new machine. This is the only 1 I could find. I have to have it, but I resent that it cost $$$. Of course, it was a lot cheaper than cost of a new ResMed battery pack.By Chris, 11-05-2016
I used this on a RV trip to the woods. I used my 12 volt 100Amh deep cycle battery and ran my Resmed S10 AirCurve Auto Bipap machine (without humidifier) for 7 hours a night, and four days without recharging. The battery still had ample power left too. This works great and easy to use. Thank you.By Dennis, 10-19-2016
I bought this and used it with a marine deep cycle battery while camping. It worked great. At a pressure of 10 I was able to sleep for 3 nights for over 8 hours each night. I sure am glad that I purchased it and was able to go camping and spend time with my family and not worry about my power supply.By Matt H, 09-09-2016
Great description and product, excellent communication, fast shipping, and works perfectly...thank you!By Dan U., 07-20-2016
I hooked it up to a 55ah Gel-style RV battery. This converter is extremely well designed. You get connectors to the battery that have a built in on/off switch so you don't have to disconnect the battery. Extremely well built and I got 17 hours of sleep time at auto 12-20 pressure. The battery still had an undeterminate amount of power I removed the Cpap. Well worth the price.By Brant, 07-12-2016
I used this when i went camping and had to convert to DC power. worked like a champ and got a great night sleep in the outdoors thanks to this DC Converter. I highly recommend this!By raider 32 assassin, 06-21-2016
Order received quickly and on time, packaged professionally. Nothing to report negativeBy S Jones, 04-20-2016
Needed a 12 volt power adapter for my Airsense. This product worked great in my motorhome the power brick never got warm,even with the humidifier on. Looking forward to using it on the Mojave Trail next week.By Tom, 04-12-2016
Perfect for a power outage or camping. Tried it out by having a nap in my car. Works like a charm.By FONKTHEDONK, 04-07-2016
I used a dc cord with my AirSense Auto several times this summer. Yes, it's 9 feet long and you shouldn't use your humidifier with it. That's pretty much true of all dc cords. It does exactly what it's supposed to do.By Bcraw, 09-29-2015
Bought this to use tent camping. First off, car needs to be within 9 feet of where you sleep. This is definitely NOT long enough. I bought a new car battery prior to leaving. First night, I used as normal with the humidifier. My machine quit working and my battery went dead before I woke up. Second and third night, I turned off humidifier and the battery lasted through the night. I didn't trust that it would go more than one night so I had to drive the car to recharge the battery every day which was a total hassle! On night four I decided to try the humidifier again. Battery went dead. On the fifth night I turned the humidifier off and the battery went dead again. The last night.......we used my friends truck with a heavy duty battery and it was fine. To sum it up......don't waste your $100!!! By Don't Bother, 08-24-2015
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