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[CPAP] Power Supply
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Power Supply
Hi everyone this is my first post. I'm thinking of buying a Resmed Airsense 10 from USA. What i would like to know is, will it work on our 240 volts with out any transformer as the USA is 110 Volts, also how will i get around that american power cord, do i have to buy some adapter or can i get a new power cord hear from Jaycar.
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RE: Power Supply
G'day Tony. The power brick is rated for 100 - 240 VAC so it will work fine as is. The cord is different, but the easiest way is just to use an Australian 2-pin cord which you can get from Jaycar. Easiest way to make sure you have the right one is to take the one that comes with your machine for comparison.
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RE: Power Supply
The CPAP's power brick will take care of the conversion. There is no need to buy a separate transformer.
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RE: Power Supply
Thank's for the reply, i will go to jaycar
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RE: Power Supply
Short answer:  Yes it will but the plug will be a USA type.
Get a good travel adaptor rated at least 5amps or more.
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