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Devilbiss 12 volt power cable
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Devilbiss 12 volt power cable
Just wondering if anyone can confirm that the 90 degree angled 12 volt power cable for the Intellipap 2  Cpap machine is the same as that used on the older Sleepcube machine. They look the same in online pics, just need to check before purchasing another one. Seller doesn't know!  Hoping to buy one locally in Australia as the price plus postage from the US makes for a very expensive cable.

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RE: Devilbiss 12 volt power cable
Answer to myself & for info for anyone else wanting this snippet of info in the future.

It appears that the Intellipap 2 DV64 12v cable may be a bit thicker & can carry more current.

From the following source in the UK  https://www.hope2sleep.co.uk/dc-power-cord-cigarette-lighter-style-for-sleepcube-devilbiss-blue-machines.html

"These are the cigarette lighter-style 12V DC Power Cords for both the SleepCube and DeVilbiss Blue (IntelliPAP 1 and 2) range of machines, making it convenient to use your CPAP/BiPAP when travelling in a motorhome or a working as a HGV driver!


The SleepCube (IntelliPAP1) DC Cord WILL NOT power a heated humidifier and a separate inverter would be needed.  However, you can use the humidifier unheated (known as passover humidification) through with the DC Cord by turning the heat setting to zero.

The DeVilbiss Blue (IntelliPAP2) DC Cord can power the humidifier, but it is NOT RECOMMENDED as this would dramatically reduce the running time.  Again passover humidification can be used to preserve power or an additional inverter should be used."
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