(03-16-2015, 07:23 PM)archangle Wrote: You only need to turn off the Auto Off function. Respironics is smarter than ResMed on this, and you can have auto on and still turn off the Auto Off function.
However, this doesn't sound like an auto off problem.
The power connector on the PRS1 machines is sometimes a problem. Try wiggling the plug and seeing if the problem happens.
Sometimes, different APAP machines give you different pressure results. If necessary, you can change the pressure range.
Download the SleepyHead software and use it with your PRS1 machine. It will tell you what pressure your APAP has been using and you can set your BMC CPAP machine to that level.
I did keep the auto on feature and turned OFF the auto off feature, so we will see how it goes tonight
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