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Old 09-12-2012, 07:42 AM   #21
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I just set mine on the floor next to the bed in my camper. The rv dealer says he has mounted electric outlets under the bed and drilled holes to accommodate the hoses in the side of the bed support. It seemed like a pain to fill the humidifier to me but if your cramped for space it could be a solution. I also looked at several campers and the closet was next to the bed and you could have put it inside of there. My old Jayco had large nightstands next to the bed to put it on. Most of the rv next to the bed shelves (I won't call them nightstands) will not fit my bi-pap machine.
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Old 09-12-2012, 08:22 AM   #22
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I have been concerned about "dry camping" with my cpap (although we don't plan on dry camping very ofter). Our new RV does have a 12-volt adapter in the unit, so this is how I plan on running my cpap at night, without the humidifier, when dry camping. Although I am concerned about running out of battery power during the night, so we are considering adding an additional battery just for this use. Any thoughts on battery consumption?
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Old 09-12-2012, 08:37 AM   #23
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I put an inverter fed outlet next to the DW's side of the bed for her machine. Our 150AH (2x75AH Deka DC-24's) have plenty enough for all night; even with the heater on.
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