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Trying to locate feature comparison for all ResMed S9 machines
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(10-21-2014, 02:12 PM)zonk Wrote: ResMed S9 and AirSense 10 comparison guide
https://www.dropbox.com/s/xkzan3a5trw8kx...-Guide.pdf

Hi jcarerra
If this is the guide you,re looking for, you can bookmark it or/and download on your computer Coffee

Again, not exactly the same one I was looking for, but also seems to have lots of the comparison data--so I have saved this one too!

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LOL before you are done, you can piece them all together and make one of your own. Then we can put it in the Wiki.
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(10-21-2014, 06:12 PM)PaulaO2 Wrote: LOL before you are done, you can piece them all together and make one of your own. Then we can put it in the Wiki.

We could do that---or end this thread with a single post listing them all.

Still hoping to find the one in my mind. Think I will go spend a little time searching again.

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Very hard to please Too-funny

Time for mid-morning coffee , maybe a cookie left in the cookie jar Coffee
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(10-21-2014, 06:53 PM)zonk Wrote: Very hard to please Too-funny
Time for mid-morning coffee , maybe a cookie left in the cookie jar Coffee

I suppose so. Never did feel that striving for the best was a bad thing so long as it does not supplant something more important. That would be bad.

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#16
Just in case that dropbox link goes bad for the AirSolutions Comparison Guide, I've uploaded the PDF to our server.

The link is here:

http://www.apneaboard.com/AirSolutions-Comparison.pdf

Coffee
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#17
I spent quite a bit of time doing the search thing again for what I originally saw, with no hit. I'm bummed that I can't figure out how/where I saw it before--that it is not coming up in my current searches.

Did see some other interesting stuff though. Guess I am going to back off this for now. Thanks for everybody's help. The ones y'all found do help.
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#18
Mike1953 is right, you need to look for them
All listed here but not altogether

http://www.resmed.com/ap/products/ventil...clinicians

S9 specifications (Escape, Elite, AutoSet)
http://www.resmed.com/ap/products/s9_ser...clinicians

S9 Sleep Bilevel Range http://www.resmed.com/ap/products/sleep_...clinicians

Ventilation Bilevel Range http://www.resmed.com/ap/products/ventil...clinicians

Adaptive Servo-Ventilation Range http://www.resmed.com/ap/products/asv_bi...clinicians




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#19
Excellent!
I tell you though, ResMed must have 1000 models considering all the names I keep running across.

This page (and click on the MORE word) describes an "AutoSet CS-A" model, which I have never heard of--yet the description seems to describe VPAP Adapt!
http://www.resmed.com/ap/products/asv_bi...clinicians

But I always thought Autoset was two levels down from Adapt...
Autoset
VPAP Bilevels (S, ST, ST-A)
Adapt SV

And that points out the value of what I am looking for...a page/document with ALL models across in columns and capabilities/features listed down the rows.
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(10-21-2014, 06:56 PM)jcarerra Wrote: Never did feel that striving for the best was a bad thing so long as it does not supplant something more important. That would be bad.

Or cause undo stress. Sad
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