AirSense 10 Elite w/ HumidAir and ClimateLineAir Tube

by ResMed
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$1,028.95

The AirSense™ 10 Elite CPAP Machine with HumidAir™ Heated Humidifier is a singe pressure machine and built in heated humidifier with advanced therapy features. This is a single pressure CPAP machine which delivers a set pressure during use. This machine does not automatically adjust to change the pressure.

Features

  • Integrated HumidAir™ Humidifier
  • OPTIONAL ClimateLineAir™ Heated Tube
  • Included SD Card
  • EPR™ Pressure Relief
  • Color LCD Display
  • My Options Menu
  • Integrated Light Sensor
  • Advanced Sleep Data Reporting

Built In HumidAir™ Humidifier and OPTIONAL ClimateLineAir™ Heated Tube

ResMed has integrated the HumidAir™ humidifier into the machine making it smaller and easy to manage. Select a setting of 1 - 8 to get customized humidification.Or, set the humidifier to zero to turn it off. Add theoptional ClimateLineAir™ heated tube which will set the humidifier to "Auto" and allow the humidity control technology to set the optimal humidification with very little rainout.

Expiratory Pressure Relief (EPR™)

ResMed's EPR™ feature offers a more natural delivery of pressure to soften the air flow. The machine smooths the breathing cycle by monitoring the breathing pattern and matches the inspiratory and expiratory cycle of the user. The EPR can be set to three different levels or turned off.

My Options Menu and LCD Display

The AirSense™ 10 Elite has a colored LCD display and easy to read menus. Select the menu item on the screen by turning the easy grip dial. Selecting the My Options menu shows the current settings and lets the user modify settings including:

  • Ramp time - Ease into therapy with a period of lower pressure. Or select AutoRamp™ and the machine senses when sleep begins.
  • Humidity Level - Set humidity between 1 (lowest) & 8 (highest), or turn it off.
  • Mask Fit - Runs a seal integrity check showing green smiling face or red frowning face.
  • Pressure Relief - Eases the pressure when exhaling
  • SmartStart™ - Therapy automatically starts when it senses breathing
  • Mask Type - Set mask type being used: Nasal; Nasal Pillow; Full Face Mask
  • Run Warmup - Preheat the humidifier water before starting therapy

Light Sensor

An integrated light sensor reads the light in the room and adjusts the screen brightness automatically. When the lights in the room are turned off, the screen dims and then, after a few seconds, goes dark. No bright display screen to disturb sleep.

Advanced Data with SD Card

The AirSense™ 10 Elite will display the following advanced therapy data on the machine display through the "More Info" option in the "Sleep Report" menu:

  • Usage Data
  • Events Per Hour
  • Average Usage
  • Leak Rate
  • AHI
SPECIFICATIONS

Weight - Machine with Water Chamber: 2.75 lbs (44 oz.)

Dimensions - Machine with Water Chamber: 10.04 in L x 4.57 in W x 5.91 in H

Weight - Standard Chamber: .54 lb

Weight - Machine with Side Cover (Without Water Chamber): Approx. 2.452 lbs

Dimensions - Machine with Side Cover (Without Water Chamber): Approx. 8 in L x 4.57 in W x 5.91 in H

Dimensions - Travel Bag: 13.24 in L x 10 in W x 5 in H

Weight - Travel Bag Alone: 1.18 lb

Weight - Machine with Humidifier; Power Supply and Cord; SlimLine Tube; Travel Bag:Approximately 5.1 lbs

Weight - Machine with Humidifier; Power Supply and Cord; OPTIONAL ClimateLineAir Tube; Travel Bag: Approximately 5.25 lbs

Sound Level: 26.6 dBA

Water Chamber Capacity: 380 mL

Weight - 90W Power Supply, Cord and Plug: 1.29 lb

Dimensions - 90W Power Supply Only (Not including Cor or Plug): 5 1/2 in x 1 7/8 in x 1 1/4 in

AC Input Range - 90W Power Supply: 100 - 240V, 50 - 60Hz, 1.0 - 1.5A, Class II

DC Output - 90 W Power Supply: 24V --- 3.75A

Typical Power Consumption: 53W (57VA)

Peak Power Consumption: 104W (108VA)

Operating Pressure: 4 - 20 cm H2O (0.2 cm increments)

Length - SlimLine Tubing: 6 feet

Materials - SlimLine Tubing: Flexible Plastic

Materials - Water Chamber: Injection Molded Plastic, Stainless Steel, Silicone Seal

Materials - Standard Filter: Polyester non-woven fiber

Temperature Range - Optional ClimateLineAir™ Heated Tube: 60 - 80° F (16 - 30° C)

Operating Temperature: 41° F - 95° F (5° C - 35° C)

Storage and Transport Temperature: -4° F - 140° F (-20° C - 60° C)

Operating Humidity: 10% - 95% Relative Humidity, non-condensing

Storage and Transport Humidity: 5% - 95% relative Humidity, non-condensing

Operating Altitude: Sea Level - 8500 Feet (2,591 M); Air pressure range 1013 hPa - 738 hPa

Maximum Temperature - Heating Plate: 154° F (68° C)

Maximum Temperature - Cut Out: 165° F (74° C)

Maximum Gas Temperature: Less than or Equal to 106° F (? 41° C)

IEC 60601-1:2005 Classification: Class II (Double Insulation), Type BF, Ingress protection IP22

Machine Warranty: 2 Years

Patient Weight: Greater than 66 lbs

Recommended Replacement Schedule

Full Face Mask 1 every 3 months The mask is the plastic portion of the interface. That part should be replaced every 3 months. The cushion part is different. The cushion inserts have to be replaced more often because of the contact with the face. They can be separated from the frame work and should be replaced once a month.
Nasal or Pillow Mask 1 every 3 months The mask is the plastic portion of the interface. That part should be replaced every 3 months. The cushion part is different. The cushion inserts or pillows have to be replaced more often because they touch the face. They can be separated from the frame work and should be replaced once a month.
Headgear 1 every 6 months CPAP mask headgear and chin straps may become stretched and lose their elasticity, leading to over-tightening and discomfort. They can also trap bacteria from sweat and moisture.
Tubing 1 every 3 months CPAP mask tubing may develop small holes or tears, which can cause air leaks. If your tube is leaking, you may not be receiving your prescribed therapy setting from your CPAP. This can cause you to feel like you’re not sleeping as well.
Chinstrap 1 every 6 months Chinstraps may become stretched and lose their elasticity, leading to over-tightening and discomfort. They can also trap bacteria from sweat and moisture.
Full Face Mask Cushion 1 every month Full face mask cushions cover more of your face and may deteriorate over time through regular wear and tear and cause leaks throughout treatment. Regular replacement is recommended for hygienic purposes and to ensure the best fit and most effective treatment.
Nasal Mask Cushion 2 every month Nasal mask cushions are in constant contact with your face and should be replaced consistently. Regular replacement is recommended for hygienic purposes and to ensure the best fit and most effective treatment.
Pillow Mask Pillows 2 every month Pillow masks are in constant contact with your face and the pillows sit inside your nose throughout the night. Regular replacement is recommended for hygienic purposes and to ensure the best fit and most effective treatment.
Heated Tubing 1 every 3 months CPAP mask tubing may develop small holes or tears, which can cause air leaks. If your tube is leaking, you may not be receiving your prescribed therapy setting from your CPAP. This can cause you to feel like you’re not sleeping as well.
Disposable Filters 2 every month CPAP device filters can wear out or become clogged over time, potentially exposing you to airborne particles, mold and bacteria.
Non-disposable Filters 1 every 6 months CPAP device filters can wear out or become clogged over time, potentially exposing you to airborne particles, mold and bacteria.
Humidifier Water Chamber 1 every 6 months CPAP humidifier water chambers may become discolored, cracked, cloudy or even pitted due to the mineral levels found in most tap and drinking water. As the material deteriorates, cracks may trap bacteria from moisture.
Mask Frame System 1 every 3 months The frame system is comprised of the mask frame and cushion. Due to being in close proximity to the face during treatment, frames should be regularly replaced. However, since not in direct contact, the frame system is only eligible for replacement every three months.
CPAP/BiPAP Machine 1 every 5 years A CPAP machine's life span is typically 5 years. We recommend getting a backup CPAP machine, especially if your current machine is more than two years old. That way you’ll never be without your therapy, even if one of your devices requires maintenance.