Re: Using CPAP on train travel.....
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Re: Using CPAP on train travel.....

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Posted by D. H. on January 28, 2003 at 22:57:06:

In Reply to: Using CPAP on train travel..... posted by Train Master on January 28, 2003 at 22:38:45:

How about the highest rated surge suppressor? Is that not adequate?

Anyhow, I suspect that the best answer is for the railroad to deliver more reliable electricity. Barring that, I guess that making an xPAP that is more fault tolerant would help.

Interestingly, my CPAP can be used in 110 volt and 220 volt countires. It can be used in 50 cylce and 60 cycle countries. No switches need to be flipped, and no fuses need to be changed. I'm not 100% sure about anything in-between (I.E. 170 volts / 55 cycles). It's funny that a machine that can deal with these variations so flawlessly could be so sensative to these flutuations.

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