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Cheapest Source For A10 12v to 24v Kit?
#1
I am looking for the adapter kit that lets me run a Resmed A10 off a 12v battery. I am in Canada, so a Canadian source would be nice.

It's correct name is:
"ResMed DC Converter For AirSense™ 10 and AirCurve™ 10 Machines"

If you could post the price here and the supplier # or if they are not on the list just post the price and where they are located. It would be nice to say the currency- CAD or USD.

I have found it for $84 USD at 2 suppliers, and $101 CAD at a Canadian supplier...

Thanks.

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#2
That's cheaper than what I paid. Mine was close to $99USD about a month ago.


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#3
There is a supplier list at the top of the page.
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(11-06-2015, 04:55 PM)Mike1953 Wrote: There is a supplier list at the top of the page.

Yes of course there is. I was asking for pricing lower than what I posted.
If you run across it, please let us know in this thread.
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#5
I paid $85 with free shipping from Supplier #1. The converter is worth the cost. It is well made and has a low voltage cutoff to protect the battery from discharging too deeply. I have also found that it is very efficient consuming very little during operation. I have a 55 AH AGM battery. With this converter, I can operate my A10 Autosense with humidifier and heated hose activated for two consecutive nights without discharging the battery too deeply. This converter is significantly more efficient that using a 12 - 120 volt inverter and then back down to 24 volts with the standard 120 volt power supply which is supplied.

YMMV, Jeff
Sleep is worth the effort.
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