(10-17-2016, 01:56 PM)Sleeprider Wrote: A procedure for setting Ti would be to set Ti at 1.8 (minimum). If the machine feels like it is switching from IPAP to EPAP too fast, than increase Ti in .1 increments. Don't increase Ti unless you get that "I wasn't done yet" sensations.
Guess I'll start testing systematically to find the lowest comfortable Ti > 2 at each bpm setting < 14. A little wary of how this variable will be effected during the course of a night's sleep, where IPAP will inevitably be increased.
It's a horrendous feeling when the pressure drops from 8 to 4 in the middle of an inhalation, and it's left me a lot more cautious about running this machine through the night under any given configuration.
(10-17-2016, 03:17 PM)PaytonA Wrote: From what I get from reading through this thread again is that jbsix has a Philips Respironics ASV not a Resmed but maybe I have missed something.
That is correct. We're all on the same page