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Traveling to Europe
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Traveling to Europe
Were traveling to Spain and I was wondering if I need a power converter or just an adapter (plug in). I have a Res Med S9 Thanks
I can't seem to find the voltage specs on the machine
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#2
RE: Traveling to Europe
look on the power brick.

but, all you should need is the plug adapter, the brick should be good for 100-240

or, even the right cord, since the cord to the brick is replaceable, just for circumstances such as this.
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RE: Traveling to Europe
(07-19-2014, 05:55 PM)Perchdoctor Wrote: Were traveling to Spain and I was wondering if I need a power converter or just an adapter (plug in). I have a Res Med S9 Thanks
I can't seem to find the voltage specs on the machine
diamaunt: thanks didn't think to look there, duh, great now I can take the converter back. Now all I have to worry about is putting my 6'7" frame in a airline seatOh-jeez
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RE: Traveling to Europe
Hi Perchdoctor,
WELCOME! to the forum.!
Have a nice time in Europe.
trish6hundred
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RE: Traveling to Europe
The power bricks are good for an input of 100 to 240 VAC. They also accept 50 to 60 Hz power. All you need is a power plug adapter.
You can get a kit most anywhere. The plugs on Continental Europe differ from those in the UK. With the adapter kit, you can travel worldwide.

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#6
RE: Traveling to Europe
hola


i have the same machine and travel in Spain a lot, just use a travel adaptor with no issues at all

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RE: Traveling to Europe
(07-19-2014, 07:44 PM)trish6hundred Wrote: Hi Perchdoctor,
WELCOME! to the forum.!
Have a nice time in Europe.







thanks trish6 its going to a grand time, we'll be boarding a cruise ship for the western med

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RE: Traveling to Europe
Hi: just searched for the same question you posted several years ago.  How did your trip go with your cpap?  I am leaving Sept 14 for two weeks in Spain. Thanks.  Thanks
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RE: Traveling to Europe
Been to Russia, all over Europe and to China with CPAP. All I have ever needed it a plug adapter. Did have a cheap hair dryer go supersonic once in china when it didn't switch voltage properly. Interesting sound but didn't last long followed a a puff of smoke.
"Sometimes the magic works . . . and sometimes it doesn't" -- Chief Dan George in the movie Little Big Man
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