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[CPAP] Calculatur for S9 on 12V batteries
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Calculatur for S9 on 12V batteries
Hi!
Loving outdoor life, I've used a lot of time to find out for how long my S9 will run on different 12V batteries. I ended up making two web calculators which may be helpful for other people. The first one is for the S9 alone, the other one for S9 with H5i humidifier and climate control. The calculators originally were published in Norwegian language. I've tried to translate into English, but I kindly ask the forum members to reply with suggestions for improvement. (I'm a better calculator maker than translator I think). First I post the link to my calculator for S9 "standalone", please give med feedback on mistranslations!
https://fs30.formsite.com/nilsolastrandgmailcom/form12/index.html
(This post was last modified: 12-04-2015 07:37 AM by nilsola.)
12-04-2015 07:31 AM
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RE: Calculatur for S9 on 12V batteries
Hi Nisola. Thanks for making your calculator available for members to use. I thought I'd add this calculator is for Resmed 24 volt units.
Does your calculator assume use of the Resmed 12-24 volt adapter between the battery and CPAP rather than an inverter? You might want to make that note on the calculator page since battery life will be much shorter if an AC inverter is used.

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RE: Calculatur for S9 on 12V batteries
in "Hoover mouse over "?" for more info" change Hoover to Hover.

in "Chose battery capasity" Change Chose to Choose and change capasity to capacity
12-04-2015 06:20 PM
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RE: Calculatur for S9 on 12V batteries
Hi nilsola,
WELCOME! to the forum.!
Hang in there for more responses to your post and much success to you as you continue your CPAP therapy.

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12-04-2015 10:47 PM
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RE: Calculatur for S9 on 12V batteries
(12-04-2015 10:34 AM)Sleeprider Wrote:  Hi Nisola. Thanks for making your calculator available for members to use. I thought I'd add this calculator is for Resmed 24 volt units.
Does your calculator assume use of the Resmed 12-24 volt adapter between the battery and CPAP rather than an inverter? You might want to make that note on the calculator page since battery life will be much shorter if an AC inverter is used.

Thanks I've added your comments, please take a new look!
12-05-2015 02:53 AM
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RE: Calculatur for S9 on 12V batteries
(12-04-2015 06:20 PM)GoodnightWalter Wrote:  in "Hoover mouse over "?" for more info" change Hoover to Hover.

in "Chose battery capasity" Change Chose to Choose and change capasity to capacity

Thanks for the feedback, I've corrected the words now
12-05-2015 02:57 AM
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RE: Calculatur for S9 on 12V batteries
Nilsola, the calculator looks good. Here are some suggestions for your terms of use at the bottom:

This calculator is copy protected and should not be redistributed or reproduced without my written consent. The calculator is meant as a guideline and I am not responsible for possible deviation. I hope that other people loving outdoor life will find it useful! Nordfjordeid, Norway, November 2015 - Nils Ola Strand nils.ola.strand@gmail.com

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RE: Calculatur for S9 on 12V batteries
Thank you again for the feedback. I have made the suggested changes.
12-06-2015 02:08 AM
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