What kind of Power Inverter should I use with my CPAP Machine ?
Updated January 2023: C Whitney
Recently, we’ve been getting a lot of calls about running CPAP machines off power inverters when camping or other times when grid power is not available. To run these CPAP units off-grid a power inverter is often required. I often recommend customers look at the 300-watt pure sine wave power inverter. This Go Power Unit has plenty of power for most CPAP units and is reliable with a 2-year warranty.
Since I wrote this article in 2014 I have been scout camping a lot with my kids. My CPAP machine would run great on a power inverter, but it would use a lot of power over a week. I ordered a 12-volt cable for my CPAP and reduce my power usage by 50%. This won’t help me sell power inverters, but it may help you. Some people will still prefer to have a power inverter in their RV for off-grid solar camping.
We have some great specials right now to run these CPAPs at night from an RV battery. Call us today at (We No Longer Take Phone Calls) to get one for your sleep machine today. You want to know that your inverter will last all night for years to come while you’re needing it! Outside Supply only sells premium inverters for this and a variety of RV and off-grid applications.
3 top power inverters from Go Power may be right for you too!Go Power! makes high quality Sine Inverter Chargers and regular sine wave models as well. Som,etimes all you need is the inverter, please check out the wattage for the right size for you.
3000 Watt Go Power Sine Inverter
This Go Power Sine Wave power inverter is ready to power most of your 30 amp loads. It is ready to turn 12 volt DC into 120 VAC. Hard Wire Only.
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2000 Watt Go Power Sine Inverter
2000 Watt sine wave power inverter with a GFCI outlet on the front made by Go Power!
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1500 Watt Go Power Inverter
1500 Watts of clean pur power that has a GFCI and a great manufacturer, Go Power!
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Just a personal tip from someone who uses a CPAP machines. Keep you machine clean especially after camping. Lots of dust and humidity issues can show up after time in the great outdoors.