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airsense 10 needs a disconnect alarm
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Someone needs to make a smart "CPAP off" alarm device. Takes care of power failure, blower failure, mask leaks, taking the mask off or turning off the machine in your sleep. Optional alarm for long apneas.

Some sort of separate device with an air sensor. When you take your CPAP off, you have a user selectable amount of time before the alarm goes off, so you can allow a potty break. You have to enter some sort of "drunk test" code such that you can't just turn off the CPAP when you're still half asleep. Optional remote shutoff such that you have to get up and walk across the room to shut it off.

Has an armored case option so you can't smash it.
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(03-29-2016, 08:26 PM)archangle Wrote: Someone needs to make a smart "CPAP off" alarm device. Takes care of power failure, blower failure, mask leaks, taking the mask off or turning off the machine in your sleep. Optional alarm for long apneas.

Some sort of separate device with an air sensor. When you take your CPAP off, you have a user selectable amount of time before the alarm goes off, so you can allow a potty break. You have to enter some sort of "drunk test" code such that you can't just turn off the CPAP when you're still half asleep. Optional remote shutoff such that you have to get up and walk across the room to shut it off.

Has an armored case option so you can't smash it.

Isn't that called a significant other?
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It needs to inject a "wake-up" gas into the intake.

Steve
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(03-29-2016, 08:33 PM)sdb7802 Wrote: It needs to inject a "wake-up" gas into the intake.

Steve

Thats not hard, you can route the tube through a hookah
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(03-29-2016, 08:39 PM)FrankNichols Wrote:
(03-29-2016, 08:33 PM)sdb7802 Wrote: It needs to inject a "wake-up" gas into the intake.

Thats not hard, you can route the tube through a hookah

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