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converter required for ResMed AirSense 10 autoset for her?

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Monka +0 points · almost 6 years ago Original Poster

I'm travelling to the UK from Canada in a few weeks and was wondering whether the Airsense 10 autoset for her needs a converter? I know I'll need an adapter but am not sure whether the higher voltage (220 vs. 110 in Canada) would damage the machine. Any insights? I couldn't find any info on their website on this. I'm assuming the machine would automatically correct for this but I want to make sure. Thank you!

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Neil +1 point · almost 6 years ago

Every appliance has a label (maybe on the bottom or near the cord) that says what the power requirements are. The UK uses 220 volts at 50 hz. North America uses 120-110 volts at 60 hz. Most computers will say 100-240 volts, 50-60 hz. If your label says something like that, you will only need a simple adapter.

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Sierra +0 points · almost 6 years ago Sleep Patron

I have the AirSense 10 and the standard power supply is suitable for 100-240 volts, and 50-60 Hz. It will work fine in the UK. You just need the adapter to make the connection to their UK sockets.

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