Get portable therapy with the world’s smallest CPAP device, taking up minimal space on your bedside table. 1
Convenient control with the AirMini™ app.
Automatic start-up as soon as you wear the CPAP mask.
Comfortable therapy without fussing with water tanks with the HumidX waterless humidification.
Designed to work with different CPAP masks based on your sleeping positions.
AirFit™ P10 for AirMini™, AirFit N20, AirFit F20, AirTouch™ F20 and AirFit N30
Premium travel bag and accessories for therapy on the go.
Sleep therapy outcomes and results may vary. Talk to your healthcare professional for further information and suitability for AirMiniTM.
CPAP is a fixed-pressure mode
which means it delivers a consistent airflow pressure that is set by your doctor.
APAP is an auto-adjusting mode
that change airflow pressure levels throughout the night based on your needs.
No, the AirMini does not have a battery. It must be plugged into power to operate.
The AirMini DC/DC converter 65W allows you to operate your AirMini from a cigarette lighter socket (12V or 24V DC power source) in a car, boat or other vehicle equipped with a suitable battery.
Speak with your CPAP supplies store to find the best portable power option for your travels with AirMini.
Yes. AirMini has two humidification options – HumidX™ and HumidX Plus. They are waterless solutions designed to help keep your therapy comfortable. And you don’t have to worry about traveling with bottled water! AirMini humidification solutions only work with AirFit N20 and AirFit P10 for AirMini masks.
The CPAP equipment store (where you purchased your AirMini) is responsible for providing you with ongoing clinical support, including answering any questions and helping you resolve any issues that you may be experiencing with your AirMini machine or settings.
Not sure who your CPAP equipment store is? We can help. Fill out our Contact Us form or simply use our Chat Bot.
Please contact your home medical equipment or healthcare provider to discuss your options for compliance reporting.
As of March 20, 2017