We put our best engineers to work on a device that was small without affecting the quality of your sleep therapy. What they came up with was ActiveAir, a system that’s so efficient that therapy can be delivered by a motor that is 45% smaller than the motor in our bestselling sleep therapy device, the AirSense™ 10.
How ActiveAir works
To deliver therapy that’s as effective as a traditional bedside device with a smaller motor means the device must be able to increase therapy pressure without the need to proportionally increase flow.
ActiveAir uses a flexible silicone valve to regulate vent flow across the pressure range, reducing the overall flow required to achieve therapy pressures. This is what enabled us to create AirMini™, the smallest CPAP device ever**.
* Availability depending on the market, for more information contact your ResMed local representative.
** As of 04, April 2017.
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