The DreamStation Go is compatible with Respironics DreamMapper technology. Conveniently track your own therapy and progress with this Bluetooth enable smart technology. You are now able to track your progress with the DreamSation Go and your home CPAP machine.Features
If you plan on traveling off the power grid, DreamStation Go’s overnight battery can help you stay committed to your therapy. DreamStation Go set at 10cm of pressure displayed an average run time of 13 hours** when running off the Dreamstation Go overnight battery. Battery run times may vary due to higher CPAP pressure settings, excessive mask leakage, altitude, temperature, charging devices with USB port and others.Built-in USB charging port.
- Micro-flexible tubing
- Reusable Filter
- Power Supply
- Intuitive color touchscreen
- Complies to FAA requirements
- Bluetooth compatibility
- Flex Technology
- Smart Ramp and the DreamMapper App
- Altitude Compensation
- Heated Humidifier
- Overnight Battery Pack
- Travel Kit
The DreamStation Go standard CPAP machine has 2/3 fewer parts to pack than comparable sized machines By building the power pack into the machine, bulky extra parts are eliminated! The DreamStation Go is designed for travel, and it meets FAA requirements for air travel. The machine can also be a full-time machine when users are not traveling because the Go was designed with comfort, convenience and ease of use in mind!
Patient Preferred Tubing
The all-new 12mm micro-flexible tubing is designed to provide you with the added freedom of moving during sleep. Engineered to minimize bulk and improve mobility as a travel CPAP machine, the 12mm tubing is 58% smaller than the standard 22mm performance tubing. It offers enhanced flexibility and portability with click-connections on each end, which makes connecting and disconnecting the device and mask simple.
Battery and USB Port for Mobile Device Power
Just like it’s Auto counterpart, the fixed pressure DreamStation Go Travel CPAP machine has a USB port, which allows users to charge mobile devices from their CPAP. The Go also has an optional integrated, rechargeable battery that can deliver CPAP therapy for up to two nights at an average AHI setting of 10cm.
Comfort from Flex Technology
This small, lightweight, standard CPAP machine comes with Philips’ patented Flex technology. This softens the transition from inhalation to exhalation by providing pressure relief at the beginning of exhalation. Users can adjust the level of air pressure relief (on the exhale) between 1cm and 3cm. This can make all the difference in comfortably being able to breathe out against a higher pressure setting.
Smart Ramp Feature and the DreamMapper App
The fixed pressure Go allows users to adjust the smart ramp feature which makes it more comfortable to fall asleep at higher pressures. The DreamStation Go CPAP has the same touchscreen color display for ease and a “swipe and set” functionality. Without any knobs, packing is simple. In fact, putting the Go into the optional clamshell enables the unit to ease through airport security as easy as a smartphone.
The Go also comes standard with altitude compensation, which comes in handy for users when staying at altitude. It stores breathing compliance data for a year on board the machine database and connects wirelessly (using Bluetooth technology) with the DreamMapper app, which offers support and therapy results on a cell phone. If you own the standard DreamStation unit, both can be synced to provide consecutive data so gaps will not alter compliance results.
This product is FAA Approved
Pressure Range: 4 to 20 cm H20
Pressure Mode(s): CPAP, APAP
Flex Pressure Relief: 1 to 3
Flex Modes: C-Flex, C-Flex+, A-Flex
Ramp Time: 0 to 45 min (5-min increments)
Starting Ramp Pressure: Patient adjustable, Smart Ramp
Dimensions: 5.937 x 5.937 x 2.315 in (15 x 15 x 5.8 cm)
Weight: 1.86 lb (844 g)
Filters: Reusable pollen, combination fine
Device Setup: Touchscreen color display
Altitude Compensation: Automatic
Electrical requirements: 100-240 VAC, 50/60 Hz
Warranty: 2 years
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.|
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