For nights away from fixed power the Z1's optional PowerShell Battery Pack provides an innovative, integrated solution merging the machine and battery in one convenient package.
- Integrated Battery Pack is Sturdy,Compact & Convenient
- Provides Plenty of Power For 1-2 Nights of Z1 CPAP Therapy
- Great for Use When Traveling or Flying & During Power Outages
Integrated Battery Pack is Sturdy,Compact & Convenient: The Z1 PowerShell is built to last, incorporating a soft, padded neoprene skin over a solid skeleton. Battery Modules and the Z1 CPAP Machine slide and click into place in the PowerShell to create a single, sturdy, integrated unit. The PowerShell even includes a handy lanyard so you can hang your CPAP in a tent or on your headboard if you prefer not to rest it next to the bed.
Provides Plenty of Power For 1-2 Nights of Z1 CPAP Therapy: The PowerShell holds a single battery module that will last, on average, 1-2 nights between charges. For extra nights away add additional battery modules -- at 9 ounces each they won't weigh you down! Battery modules will automatically recharge in the PowerShell when it is plugged into AC or DC power. The Z1 CPAP machine does NOT need to be in the PowerShell when batteries are charging. If the Z1 CPAP machine is in the PowerShell during charging then it must be placed in standby mode for the battery to charge.
Great for Use When Traveling or Flying & During Power Outages: The Z1 PowerShell is designed for nights away from home, under the stars, in the air, and on the road; but it can also be used as a backup power supply, automatically taking over when your Z1 loses AC power during a storm, power outage or blackout!
Usage Notes: This package does not include the Z1 CPAP machine which is sold separately on this site.
- All Z1 Series CPAP Machines
- Z1 CPAP Machine
5.00 x 4.25 x 3.00 Inches
Rechargeable Lithium Ion
4.00 x 3.75 x 1.50 Inches
1-2 Nights Per Battery Module Depending on Settings. Lower pressure settings will increase run times and higher pressure settings will decrease run times. At a pressure setting of 6CM most users will achieve more than 13 hours of run time per battery. At a pressure setting of 14CM most users will achieve more than 8 hours of run time per battery.
Battery Recharge Time From Fully Depleted:
AC or DC Power via PowerShell
Rated at 2/3 Capacity After 300 Charge Cycles
For best performance battery modules should be fully charged prior to first use. When the PowerShell is not in use, the battery module should be removed to preserve charge. Our in-house tests show that using a 4-Foot breathing tube and a low Z-Breathe setting can increase overall battery run times. For full usage instructions please review the user manual that came with your machine.
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Look at your picture! That's NOT a Z1 Series PowerShell...
Look at your picture! That's NOT a Z1 Series PowerShell with Battery Module. You scamed people by showing a picture with the Z1 in it. I will not ever order anything from you again.
Written by PlatinumTiglon-19563, 2017-04-20
EXCELLENT SERVICE, ON TIME DELIVERYY, NO HASSLE HAVE PURCHASED BEFORE...
EXCELLENT SERVICE, ON TIME DELIVERYY, NO HASSLE
HAVE PURCHASED BEFORE FROM THEM WITH THE SAME RESULTS!!
PROMPT SHIPMERNT WITH FULL INFO
Written by JasmineZebra, 2017-04-13
Battery Power for Z1 CPAP Machine
The PowerShell with Battery Module for the Z1 CPAP machine allows overnight use of the CPAP machine without an external electrical connection. The PowerShell provides a compact case that hold both the Z1 and the battery. A full charge lasts for a full night of sleep with my remaining charge showing 1 bar after 7.5 hours of use. A fully charged battery must be removed from the PowerShell to hold its charge. If left in, it rapidly discharges even if the Z1 machine is removed. A full charge takes about 8 hours. I would recommend this machine for camping and other circumstances where external power is not available. Its high cost and the high cost of a replacement battery are also factors to consider before buying the system.
Written by Ronald K, MD, 2014-03-26