Thanks for your replies. I have to admit, that info was a little confusing. I actually have all the cords I would need for using a Marine deep cycle battery, just never bought the battery because of the warning for storing it in the apt. To answer a few questions, I won't be using the humidifier or heated hose, and my car is parked right outside my door, I have the adapter for that too.
Hi, this is my first post. I have had sleep apnea for like 30 years, I use the Dreamstation BiPap mode, pressure is 12/6. I have a battery back up question and was wondering if anyone here has had any experience.
I was going to purchase a marine deep cycle battery but then there were warnings about acid release, battery trickling and chances of serious occurrences, so I spent a fortune buying the Freedom battery.
So it states that you can get up to 16 hours on cpap with a pressure of 10, I'm wondering if a BiPap uses more power and if my settings will drastically cut the hours.