Originally Posted by mem4lem
Most RVers are pretty resourceful and I sure someone will have an answer to this question. I have the Isata 5 30FW on order sight unseen other than photos. It does not look like my cpap will fit on the small shelf by the bed. Any suggestions on where to place or mount the unit? Is there an AC or DC outlet in the bedroom area? The DC adapter would use much less energy when boondocking. Considering the age of most RVers in this unit, cpap usage is something that Dynamax might want to consider. Thanks to any help.
Will your cpap run on 12v?
If so, get a 12v cord that is compatible with your model machine. It will handle the machines power needs.
Does your machine have a humidifier and do you plan on using it? Humidifiers require more current and thus make sure the receptacle, receptacle wiring and fuse is suitable to accommodate.
You might fine running a dedicated 12v circuit directly from your battery is best.