APEX XT Sense
The APEX XT Sense CPAP fits in the palm of your hand, making it the perfect travel option. Even though it’s one of the smallest CPAP machines on the market, it's still packed with amazing features like easy ramp settings, automatic altitude adjustment, leak compensation, and SD card data collection.
Don’t forget to pack this innovative travel CPAP during your next trip. Enjoy the easy to use, menu driven LCD display, stable pressure output, and ultra quiet operation, for great sleep no matter where you travel.
APEX XT Sense Benefits
Perfect for travel
Lightweight, compact design
Ramp starting pressure
Auto altitude adjustment
SD card & USB port for efficient data retrieval
The APEX XT Sense CPAP machine uses an auto ramp feature to gradually increase the pressure to your prescribed settings to help you fall asleep faster. Features such as leak compensation and the low pressure will help you make sure your sleep apnea treatment remains effective.
Your compliance will be recorded so you can easily provide your sleep reports to your doctor and make setting changes as necessary. The LCD display is user-friendly and even has a built-in alarm clock!
- XT Sense CPAP Machine
- 6 foot hose
- Power cord
- Carrying case with shoulder strap
- One reusable foam filter (installed)
- USB Cable
- SD Card
- Two-year manufacturer's limited warranty
Do you need a converter for the APEX while traveling abroad?
No, the APEX CPAP machines can accept 100-240V, and 50-60Hz without any special adjustment, so there is no need to use the converter. Instead, you may need an international plug adaptor to make the power cord compatible with foreign outlets.
Can you power the APEX with a battery or car adaptor?
That depends on which APEX machine you have. The iCH series CPAP system can operate with an inverter or converter. However, the XT series CPAP system doesn’t have DC capability. It can’t be powered with a battery or car adaptor, but it can be used with a DC to AC inverter (the CPAP only, not the heated humidifier). The converters only allow you to operate your CPAP with a 12V or 24V DC power source.
What is PVA Pressure Relief?
The PVA or Pressure Variation Algorithm is a feature designed to increase comfort by reducing the air pressure passing through the machine as you exhale to create a more natural breathing pattern. You can adjust the settings between 0 and 3. 3 provides the greatest drop in pressure, and one provides the smallest drop. Select the 0 to turn the PVA feature off.