Leaks suck, I know this. The less leaks you have, the better it is, I know this as well...
But, what is considered to be the magic number that we need to keep our leaks *BELOW*??
And, is it "L/s" or "L/m" (in other words, liters per second, or liters per minute)??
My machine reports L/s (liters per second), but that's OK, I can do the math to figure out L/m (liters per minute) too
I've been reading and reading, and thought I had read it was 24L/m. But then, I just read a post which stated, 24L/s - a big difference!
For a Resmed machine, how large must a leak be (or stay at) for the machine to have a possible issue dealing with the leak, and/or, cause a risk of possible incorrect data? In other words, can someone simply give me a reasonably correct number to have as a *rule* or goal to attempt to stay under please?
Also - a two-part question? Where can I find what the nominal leak rate is for a given mask, and, is there a way (or a need) for us to tell our machine about the mask so that it can handle the normal/nominal leak rate created (on purpose) by said mask?
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