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Poll: Favored Humidity Setting
This poll is closed.
none
15.00%
3 15.00%
1
5.00%
1 5.00%
1.5
5.00%
1 5.00%
2
5.00%
1 5.00%
2.5
5.00%
1 5.00%
3
15.00%
3 15.00%
3.5
5.00%
1 5.00%
4
20.00%
4 20.00%
4.5
5.00%
1 5.00%
5
20.00%
4 20.00%
Total 20 vote(s) 100%
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Humidity
#11
For what it's worth:
The poll doesn't address the automatic feature with a Climateline heated hose on the Resmed. Also, If you turn it to manual, the default setting is 8.
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#12
Hi guys, mine is set at 2.5. It seems comfortable enough for me. :-)
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#13
One needs to take into consideration the lot of different machines used, and the options in humidify level are not the same.
On my PR System One, if I use heated hose, then my options are 1,2,or 3, which I seem to fall back on 2.
If I turn heated hose off, then my options are 1 through 5, and I find 3 comfortable.
Plus it will probably vary between winter and summer. With all that said, I vote 3.
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#14
4 winter, 2 summer. It varies, but i voted the max.
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#15
(02-05-2015, 09:15 PM)PaytonA Wrote: I would vote on your poll except I run my humidity w/heated hose on auto at 82 deg. F.

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PaytonA
I set mine to the same. I tried for weeks to find the right temperature/humidity setting. I finally just set it to 'auto', and never had rainout or dry nasal passages since.

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#16
I run Climateline at 30 degrees year-round (the highest it will go), so I voted 5.
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#17
(02-07-2015, 02:48 AM)DeepBreathing Wrote: I run Climateline at 30 degrees year-round (the highest it will go), so I voted 5.

But Paul, it does not go as low as 30 degrees (F). Big Grin
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