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PR System One Mask Resistance Settings
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Can't find on mask or set up guide which number to program in for mask resistance setting. Have a system one full face and a mirage quattro -each are large TIA!!
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(04-15-2012, 05:03 PM)sharkcity Wrote: Can't find on mask or set up guide which number to program in for mask resistance setting. Have a system one full face and a mirage quattro -each are large TIA!!
Hi sharkcity and welcome to apnea board
I don,t use system one but I've read that if using non Respironcis masks the setting is "0"
Here is the Respironcis mask settings for system one resistance (to enlarge the charts just click on it)
http://209.85.122.87/5902/67/0/p1031700/...tanceC.jpg


System One Resistance Control
http://systemoneresistancecontrol.respironics.com/

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Zonk, you are a font of information! Banana Thanks
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You 'da man Zonk!!!! Banana
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Split this thread off from the Clinician Manual Updates thread because it's a separate subject.

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Thanks Fellas!! You Guys are the best!!
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Hmm one more question -how would you find tubing type? set up ask 15 or 22
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(04-26-2012, 04:31 AM)sharkcity Wrote: Hmm one more question -how would you find tubing type? set up ask 15 or 22

Standard tubing is 22mm and slimline tubing is 15mm
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(04-26-2012, 07:42 AM)Rritch Wrote:
(04-26-2012, 04:31 AM)sharkcity Wrote: Hmm one more question -how would you find tubing type? set up ask 15 or 22

Standard tubing is 22mm and slimline tubing is 15mm

if you only have one hose it would be hard with nothing to compare it to. the 22 hose is roughly the size of the air port on the cpap and hmidifier. the 15 hose is quite a bit smaller.
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(04-26-2012, 08:01 AM)greatunclebill Wrote:
(04-26-2012, 07:42 AM)Rritch Wrote:
(04-26-2012, 04:31 AM)sharkcity Wrote: Hmm one more question -how would you find tubing type? set up ask 15 or 22

Standard tubing is 22mm and slimline tubing is 15mm

if you only have one hose it would be hard with nothing to compare it to. the 22 hose is roughly the size of the air port on the cpap and hmidifier. the 15 hose is quite a bit smaller.

Good Point Smile I do believe the the Phillips Respironics come standard with the 22mm.
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