Breas Extended Life Battery Module for Z1 & Z2 Series CPAP Machine PowerShells
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USAGE: A PowerShell, available elsewhere on this site, is required to use this Battery Module.
CHARGING: To charge a Extended Life Battery Module, insert the Z1 or Z2 CPAP and the Battery Module into the PowerShell; then plug the AC power supply into a wall outlet, and place the CPAP in standby mode (the display will read 0.0). A fully depleted battery may take up to 8 hours to recharge. For complete care and use instructions, refer to the manual that came with your equipment.^literature~
- Manufacturer Breas
- Part Number(s) HD60-7050, 006910
- HCPCS Code E1399
- GTIN / UPC Code 00859477004130
- Warranty 6 Months - Review manufacturer's documentation for full warranty details.
- Country Taiwan (Typical Origin)
- Compatible with All Z1 & Z2 Series CPAP Machines.
- Due to Federal Regulations battery packs like this one cannot be sent via air shipping methods unless they are contained within a device, like a CPAP machine, nebulizer or oxygen concentrator.
- Battery Type 14.4v Lithium Ion Battery Pack
- Battery Capacity 99.4 Watt Hours
- Battery Size 6.125 x 4.00 x 1.375 Inches (Approx)
- Battery Weight 15.5 Ounces (Approx)
- Battery Run Time 1-2 Nights Per Extended Life Battery Depending on Settings. Lower pressure settings will increase run times and higher pressure settings will decrease run times. At a pressure setting of 20CM most users will achieve more than 8 hours of run time per battery. (Average)
- Recharge Time Up to 8 Hours When Fully Depleted (Typical Per Battery)
- Battery Life300 Cycles (Average)
- Battery NotesFor best performance Battery Modules should be fully charged prior to first use. Batteries recharge in the Z1 PowerShell when connected to AC or DC Power. In-house tests at DirectHomeMedical show that using a 4-foot tube and low Z-Breathe settings can increase overall battery run times. For complete care and use instructions, refer to the manual that came with your PowerShell.