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How do I know what model Respironic BiPap I have?
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I am trying to make sure that my son will be able to use his Respironics Bipap S/T C Series DOM 30 machine on an overnight flight.

Delta lists two models C-Series - 1061420, 1061421 that are acceptable for use on flights. However, his machine says just C Series. It also says 1060P on the machine. It does have a picture of an airplane and says complies with rtca/do-160f.

Any help or suggestions are appreciated.

Thanks!
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Hi bnewberry,
WELCOME! to the forum.!
Hang in there for answers to your questions and much success to you and your son as you continue your CPAP therapy.
trish6hundred
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Sounds like a 50 series PR machine. Remove the water tank and turn it over.
Look for this label:
[Image: PR-model-1.jpg]

Here's a list of 50 series machines:
looks like the 1061420 is on he list.
[Image: PR-model-2.jpg]

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