DC/DC Converter 65W for ResMed Airmini Auto CPAP
The AirMini DC/DC Converter 65W allows the patient to operate their machine from a vehicle cigarette lighter socket (12V or 24V DC power source) in a car, boat, or other vehicle equipped with a suitable battery.
The DC/DC Converter 65W is specifically for use with the AirMini machine.
Instructions on using the converter via a vehicle cigarette lighter socket
1. Position the converter on a level surface, with the ResMed logo facing up.
2. Plug the converter connector ( part A in the figure below) into the machine power inlet/DC input socket (B)
3. Plug the converter adaptor plug (C) into the vehicle cigarette lighter socket. The ligh (D) will glow green when it powers on. If the battery is low, the light will glow amber. If the battery is too low to operate the machine, the converter and light will turn off.
Length (connector to connector) 9.8 ft (3 m)
Fuse rating 12A/250V
Fuse type Slow blow, high breaking capacity
AC Input 100-240V, 50-60Hz 115V, 400Hz
DC Input 12V/24V 8/4A
DC Output 24V, 2.71A
Operating temperature +41°F to +95°F (+5°C to +35°C)
Operating humidity 10 to 95% RH non-condensing
Operating altitude Sea level to 8,500’ (2,591 m); air pressure range 1013 hPa (1013 cmH2O) to 738 hPa (738 cmH2O) Storage and transport temperature -13°F to +158°F (-25°C to +70°C)
Power consumption 6.3W, peak is 27W
Storage and transport humidity 5 to 95% RH non-condensing
Design life 5 years
Product complies with all applicable electromagnetic compatibility requirements (EMC) according to IEC60601-1-2, for residential, commercial and light industry environments. Portable RF Communications equipment (including peripherals such as antenna cables and external antenna) should be no closer than 10 cm to any part of the AirMini system. Otherwise degradation of the performance of this equipment could result. Information regarding the electromagnetic emissions and immunity of this ResMed device can be found on www.resmed.com, on the Products page under Service and Support
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