I just purchased an Omnicharge battery which contains its own inverter and has a regular 120 volt wall plug: www.omnicharge.co
The battery has 20,400 mAh capacity and was primarily designed to power laptops, but supposedly has the technology to recognize the power draw of any device and adjust.
I am hoping someone on this forum has the expertise to know whether the ResMed AirSense 10 Autoset could or could not run on this Omnicharge battery, and if so, how long the battery is likely to last. Thanks
Sorry is this is a newbie question as I've only had two nights on a CPAP -- ResMed AirSense10.
I notice that I am always either inhaling or exhaling, there is no pause between breaths. This is not how normal people sleep.
Also the muscles which cause my chest to inhale are not being used, the air just rushes into my lungs as soon as I allow it. The muscles which exhale have to work harder than usual to overcome the pressure.
Anyone thought about the long term consequences of these two things?