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155 Watt CPAP Battery & Portable Outlet Rechargeable Battery
The Portable Outlet 155 Watt CPAP Battery was primarily developed, because the existing 100 Watt CPAP batteries failed to power a CPAP for at least 6 to 8 hours.
The main difference between our CPAP battery and knock-offs is that the Portable Outlet 155W has a 155 Watt Capacity and a 100 Watt Output while knock offs, even though they look similar, don't have nearly enough power output & are not designed to power CPAPs.
The Portable Outlet can power a CPAP with a 90 Watt power supply every time. Most of these "look-alikes" have an 80 Watt Capacity, so they have almost half the battery life of the Portable Outlet. More importantly, they have a 60 Watt or 80 Watt Output, so they overload when trying to power a CPAP with an 80 Watt or 90 Watt power supply.
155 Watt CPAP Battery & Portable Outlet™ Features & Specifications:
• 155 watt rechargeable Lithium-ion battery
• AC output: 110v AC 60hz/100w
• Two USB ports 5 volt 4.2 amps
• Works with all CPAPs/BiPAPs
• Does not require additional adapters to power CPAPs/BiPAPs
• Includes a Wall Charger
• Includes a Micro USB Cable
• LED power indication meter
• Meets FAA/TSA Lithium-ion Battery Standards
• Over 500 charge cycles
• Recharges in less than 4 hours
• Charge in your car with our DC to AC Inverter (sold separately)
• Size: 5” wide x 7” long x 1.5” tall
• Weight: 2 lbs.
• 1 Year Warranty
Maximizing CPAP Battery Life
The most common questions and misinformation people have is regarding battery life.
The Portable Outlet™ 155 Watt CPAP Battery was primarily developed, because the existing 100 Watt CPAP batteries failed to power a CPAP for at least 6 to 8 hours.
The Portable Outlet™ has been tested with the most popular brands of Auto CPAPs and we have achieved an average of 7 to 8 hours of use, with humidifiers set at the middle temperature setting, with pressures between 10cmH20 and 15cmH20 in CPAP mode. Popular Travel CPAPs achieve 12 to 14 hours of life with similar pressure settings. The Auto CPAPs we tested were connected to a water column manometer while usage was timed.
Over the past 2+ years we have received feedback from CPAP users and have learned that battery life varied in actual patient use because of the following conditions:
1) Use of a Heated Tube
2) Use of Humidifiers with varied settings
3) Use of pressure dropping modes during exhalation (C-Flex & EPR)
Many CPAP users are given Auto CPAP systems with heated tubing. In most cases, Heated Tubing and Heated Humidity is not necessary in the circumstances that a CPAP/BiPAP patient would be using a CPAP battery.
Heated Tubing engages an automated "Climate Control" setting that can raise the tube temperature and heated humidifier to the highest levels. This can cut battery life in half.
Please refer to the instructional videos on https://www.portableoutlet.com/ that show the user how to turn off their heated tubing and and, when possible, turn down or turn off their heated humidifier on the Resmed Airsense 10, Respironics DreamStation and System One units.