BPAP and Endless Breeze fan

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  1. utah steve

    utah steve New Member

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    Will boondock this summer and will run my BPAP machine and fan off 27 group battery. Don't know the draw, but think it will work. Have a generator for recharge, so no problem there. Anyone have knowledge using this combination ?

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    We use an Endless Breeze and an 02Cool. My wife uses a CPAP every night.

    We have a pair of batteries in each of our RVs.

    We usually run the generator each day long enough to make a couple pots of coffee.
     
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    Thanks. What's a 02 Cool? I only have 1 battery. Don't think I"ll run the battery down in one night,but don't know. Don't use anything else. What do you think?

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    You should be alright, it will require more charge/generator time.

    02Cool are cheap fans similar to the Fantastic Vent Endless Breeze but for less money. They seem to be okay quality but move a little less air. They are available at your local discount store like Walmart. We don't install batteries, we just plug it into 12vdc.
    http://www.o2-cool.com/
     
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    We bought an o2cool last summer,and the batteries lasted much longer than I expected. It also moves alot of air,so we just bought another one. We've never used an Endless Breeze fan,but we're very happy with the O2cool fans.
     
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    do you have a power inverter to convert 12v to 110 for BPAP?
    I have a CPap trying to decide if best option is power inverter or get a 12v power pack for my cpap...
     
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    The most common CPAP brands are Respironics and Resmed, each have a cord available that allows plugging directly into 12vdc, that is the best option. Simply plug into the battery already powering your RV.
     
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    from one who has gone the inverter route and then switched to 12v supply, let me say that a direct 12v feed is the simplest and most efficient. I use a Respironics w/o the humidifier.
     
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    Thanks for the responses.. Gives a me a good perspective.. I have a portable jumper/battery pack that i used last weekend and have used car/tent camping..
     
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