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The System One Integrated Heated Humidifier is designed to bring added comfort and improved performance to all PR System One 60 SERIES CPAP/BiPAP systems.
When attached to your CPAP/BiPAP Machine the Integrated Heated Humidifier analyzes ambient temperature, changing environmental conditions, relative humidity, and therapy flow to deliver optimum humidity and comfort. For the ultimate in comfort the 60 Series Heated Humidifier is compatible with Respironics SystemOne Heated Tubing which allows for greater humidity and virtually eliminates rainout.
SystemOne Humidity Control for Comfort: Delivering consistent humidity levels throughout the night, at the mask, improves sleep therapy comfort and compliance. The "60 Series" Heated Humidifier offers three levels of humidification (70, 80 and 90 percent). Once your preferred level is set the humidifier monitors and adapts to changes in room temperature, therapy flow, and external humidity to deliver your preferred level of humidity at the mask regardless of external changes.
Compatible with Heated Tubing! The "60 Series" Heated Humidifier is available with or without heated tubing capabilities. In your shopping cart select the DS6H Heated Humidifier if you prefer standard or premium non-heated tubing; or select the DS6T if you prefer to have the option of heated or non-heated tubing. When in use SystemOne Heated Tubing will work in concert with your humidifier's automatic adjustment capabilities to reduce and eliminate condensation and rainout while increasing overall humidity.
DryBox Technology For Safety: Through the combination of a cleverly-designed water chamber and an advanced "Dry Box" design the System One Heated Humidifier virtually eliminates the risk of water spillage and ingress into the device. Even when filled to the "FULL" indicator line the System One's water chamber can be tilted or turned upside down without leaking back into the device. And should any water manage to escape the chamber the Dry Box will prevent it from entering the device itself.
Compatibility Information: This heated humidifier is only compatible with 60 SERIES System One CPAP/BiPAP machines. It will not work with older 50 SERIES System One CPAP/BiPAP machines.
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