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Going off the grid? CPAP travel batteries help to power your machine anywhere! Browse our selection of backup batteries in case of power outages or to have an additional power supply on hand. Regardless of your specific machine, chances are, we have just the battery for you.
Power Your CPAP Machine with Compatible Batteries:
|Portable CPAP Battery Packs||Universal?||Requires Inverter or Adapter?|
|Portable Outlet UPS Battery||Yes||No|
|Portable Outlet 2 Battery||Yes||No|
|EXP48 Pro Battery Bank||No||Yes. Use your machine's applicable DC cord here to plug into the battery|
|EXP96 Pro Battery Bank||No||Yes. Use your machine's applicable DC cord here to plug into the battery|
|Medistrom Pilot 24||No, but works right out the box for ResMed AirMini and AirSense machines||Yes for DreamStation Go & Luna machines|
|Freedom V2||No, but works right out the box for AirSense 10, AirCurve 10, S9, AirMini, and DreamStation series||Yes for select machines such as the Z2 Auto Travel CPAP|
How long does a CPAP battery last? Portable batteries are designed to last 1-4 nights depending on your pressure settings, whether you use humidification, heated tube, or an inverter, and machine type.
Pro Tip: If portability is a major factor for you, using a travel CPAP with your battery pack can give you longer run times. Pack light and enjoy your vacation!
Why get an uninterruptible power supply (UPS) battery? If you live in an area prone to power outages, it's important to have a backup battery that can automatically switch on when you lose power. The portable outlet battery is a great UPS option to keep your CPAP therapy simple and uninterrupted.
Going on a multi-day off-grid camping or hiking trip? Wake up refreshed and ready to go with solar chargers.
Looking for a battery with fast charge times, big capacity, yet small in size? EXP48 Pro Battery Bank is a solid option to give you peace of mind.
Are there battery powered CPAP machines?
Currently, there are no CPAP machines that are purely battery operated. Unlike smartphones, all CPAP machines must be plugged into a power source like a wall outlet. If you are planning to go camping or flying, you can plug your power cord or applicable DC cord into a portable battery. Check out available battery options for your machine here!
Are CPAP batteries covered by FSA?
Yes, FSA will reimburse you for CPAP batteries.
Are CPAP batteries covered by insurance?
In most cases, CPAP batteries are not covered by insurance since it is not viewed as a medical necessity. It is best to check with your insurance provider first before buying online. If you live in an area where power outages are frequent or seasonal, backup batteries could be an essential accessory to your CPAP therapy.
I am getting three full nights of sleep on a single charge of this battery. Amazing! It is easy to use with a simple design. It is designed to make use of the CPAP system's AC adapter instead of having one itself. It can also be used "in-line" with the larger system to effectively function as a battery backup so if your power goes out, you don't wake up being suffocated by your mask! It's expensive but worth it if you go weekend camping a lot!
Verified Purchase 2020-02-03
I have used the fully charged battery for over 8 hours and never have gone below 60% remaining battery life. Surprisingly lightweight - perfect for camping and short backpacking excursions.
Verified Purchase 2019-01-21