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A. Stellar runs for two hours on the internal battery under standard conditions1. This can be extended to up to 10 hours with the optional external RPS II battery.2 The internal battery takes up to three hours to recharge from empty.
A. Yes, the Stellar can be powered in a car using the Stellar AC/DC converter that connects to a car via a cigarette lighter socket. Note: The battery will not charge when Stellar is connected to a DC power source.
A. Yes. The Stellar meets FAA requirements for all phases of air travel including take-off, during the flight itself and also during the landing. At least two weeks prior to travelling, we recommend getting clearance from the airline to use your device on a flight (if your approval is in the form of a letter, carry a copy with you).
A. 29 dBA as measured according to ISO 17510 – 1:2002.
32 dBA with uncertainty of 3 dBA as measured according to ISO 17510 –1:2007.
A. Add oxygen via the Stellar’s oxygen inlet at the rear of the device. A low pressure oxygen connector is packed with Stellar.
A. The Stellar can provide up to 30 L/min of oxygen. You can attach an optional FiO2 sensor. You can view the FiO2 in the Monitoring menu and set alarms for Low/High FiO2.
You can also monitor and set alarms by connecting the optional accessory pulse oximeter accessory.
A. Yes, you can connect the Remote Alarm II module which alerts the caregiver to an alarm condition on the Stellar even when the caregiver is not at the bedside or in the same room with the patient.
A. By connecting the ResMed USB stick, you can first write settings to the USB stick, then let other Stellar device to read those settings.
To read the settings copied from another Stellar, the device has to be in clinical mode.
If it is reading the settings that were configured by ResScan™, Stellar does not need to be in clinical mode.
A. Yes, you can use SlimLine, 3 m air tubing or disposable clear air tubing.
You can perform the Learn circuit function and let the device learn the circuit resistance automatically which helps to control the delivered pressure accurately.
A. Yes, you can connect to EasyCare Tx for the remote display of real-time data and adjustment of settings.
A. Yes, the Stellar offers programs which enable it to store two sets of therapy settings and device configurations (eg. different humidification and air tube types).
A: Stellar 150 offers iVAPS mode (intelligent Volume Assured Pressure Support) which is designed to maintain a preset target alveolar ventilation by monitoring delivered ventilation, adjusting the pressure support and providing an intelligent backup breath automatically.
A: Patients with chronic respiratory failure or insufficiency weighing 30 kg or above can benefit.
A: There are two ways to download:
A: High rate data is only available via USB download method; this data is not available via direct cable download from Stellar.
A: The motor must run for at least two hours before reminders are displayed.
For details about battery–device compatibility, please see the Battery/device compatibility list.
For details about electromagnetic emissions by Stellar please see the Electromagnetic emissions data sheet.
A non-invasive ventilator with invasive capabilities designed for versatility – to suit a range of environments and for various respiratory patient types. Features iVAPS (intelligent Volume-Assured Pressure Support) mode, intelligent Backup rate (iBR) and optional AutoEPAP.
A non-invasive ventilator with invasive capabilities designed for versatility – to suit a range of environments and for various respiratory patient types.