Imagine being able to tuck a CPAP machine with very quiet operation that weighs less than a can of soda into a brief case or tote. Think how easily CPAP therapy can be made part of an active lifestyle when the tiny machine has an optional lightweight, integrated battery system to use on the go. The Z1 Travel CPAP Machine makes it a reality. This is a single pressure CPAP machine and delivers one set pressure all night long. It includes advanced features found on much larger machines meeting therapy needs while traveling or at home.
The Z1 CPAP machine is the lightest on the market. Its small size makes this machine great for putting in a carry on, overnight bag or backpack for camping and hiking. When used at home, the small size takes up little room on the bedside table. Small rubber feet on the machine base help to stabilize the unit. It weighs just 10 ounces and measures 6.48" L x 3.3" W x 2.02" making it roughly the size of a can of soda.
The Z1 CPAP Machine operates at 26 dBA making it one of the quietest machines on the market. How quiet is 26 decibels? A very quiet room fan 3 feet away and set to a low speed is noted as 35dBA.
The Z1 CPAP machine offers a reduction in the air pressure to smooth the exhalation process making breathing with the machine a more natural process. Per the manufacturer, set Z-Breathe to 1 for gentle pressure relief, 2 for moderate pressure relief, and 3 for the most aggressive pressure relief.
The Z1 CPAP machine can operate from sea level up to 8,000 feet above sea level. The machine automatically adjusts as needed to accommodate changes in elevation.
To help ensure the prescribe pressure is being met during therapy the Z1 machine adjusts the pressure to account for minor air leaks. If an excessive air leak is detected the word "REMINDER" is displayed on the screen. Correct the leak to remove the word reminder.
The Z1 CPAP machine includes a ramp feature that can be set from 0 to 45 minutes. This allows the therapy pressure to begin at a lower starting pressure and work up to the prescribed pressure. Many CPAP users find this a more comfortable way to fall to sleep. The machine can be set with or without a ramp time.