H5i Humidifier for S9 CPAP or Bilevel

ResMed

The ResMed H5i™ humidifier  for S9 therapy devices with Climate Control adjusts to real-time environmental conditions to deliver the most accurate humidification in connection with your treatment.


CURRENT PATIENTS: Please call us at (877) 223-1803.
NEW PATIENTS: Please call us at (877) 775-3377 extension 4.

Cash Price: $187.00

Product Description

Designed to provide you more comfort by offering relief from dryness and congestion, the H5i™ humidifier with Climate Control adjusts to real-time environmental conditions to deliver the most accurate humidification in connection with your treatment.

Intuitive and easy to use, the H5i integrates fully with ResMed’s S9 therapy devices. It comes with a standard water tub designed for easy cleaning.

Key features

  • Automatic. Connect the H5i to your S9 device and you’re ready to go!
  • Convenient. The H5i is powered by the therapy device, so no separate power cord is required.
  • Easy to use. The water tub is easy to disassemble, clean and reassemble.
  • Safe. The H5i humidification module’s electronic components are fully isolated from the water chamber to ensure patient safety.

Included with purchase:

  • H5i Heated Humidifier with Climate Control
  • Standard Water Chamber

CPT Code: E0562

Specifications

Maximum Heater Plate Temperature: 149 deg F (65 deg C)

Temperature Cut-Out: 165 deg F (74 deg C)

Maximum Gas Temperature: =< 105 deg F ( =< 41 deg C)

H5i™ Heated Humidifier Dimensions: 6″ x 5.7″ x 3.4″ (153 mm x 145 mm x 86 mm)

H5i™ Heated Humidifier Weight: 670 g (1.5 lb)

Power Supply Input Range: 100-240V, 50/60Hz; 110V, 400Hz; 2.5A < 140 VA (110 W) (maximum power consumption)

Maximum heater element power: 90 Watts

Docking Station Materials: Flame retardant engineering thermoplastic, plated cast aluminum

Water Chamber Materials: Injection molded plastic, aluminum, thermoplastic elastomer

Water capacity to maximum fill line: 380 mL

Operating Temperature: +41 deg F to +95 deg F

Operating Humidity: 10-95% non-condensing

Storage and Transport Temperature: -4 deg F to +140 deg F

Storage and Transport Humidity: 10-95% non-condensing

Electromagnetic Compatibility: Product complies with all applicable electromagnetic compatibility requirements (EMC) according to IEC60601-1-2, for residential commercial and light industry environments.

IEC 60601-1 Classification

Class II (double insulation)

Type CF

Warranty Length: 1 Year

Benefits

  • Preventing humidification rainout/condensation

    Are you experiencing difficulties with humidification condensation (also known as “rainout”)? Find the answers to the most frequently asked questions about humidifier rainout here.

    Q. I can’t use my humidifier some nights because my hose fills up with water. Why does this happen, and what can I do about it?

    A. This is condensation of the humidified air and is often known as “rainout.” If your room is cold, the warmed, humidified air hits the colder room temperature and cools. When air cools, the amount of humidity (water vapor) that it can hold is reduced, which causes the humidity to “rain out.”

    The amount of water air can carry varies with temperature: Warmer air can carry more water, while cold air can carry less. As the temperature drops and the air becomes cooler (eg, overnight), it has less capacity to carry water, so water condenses and forms droplets.

    There are several ways to deal with this situation:

    • Use the ClimateLineAirTM heated tube to enable constant temperature and humidity control.
    • Try turning your humidity level down.
    • Raise the temperature of your bedroom at night to reduce the difference between the room temperature and the humidifier.
    • Run the air tubing beneath your blankets to keep it warm. Alternatively, you can cover the tube with a ResMed tubing wrap or even a tube sock. The goal is to keep the tube (and the air traveling through it) warm.

    Q. How much water should my humidifier use overnight?

    A. The amount of water required by your humidifier varies from one humidifier to the next, from one patient to the next, and with the temperature and humidity of the bedroom, as well as the settings of the humidifier itself.

    Q. How often should I change the water in the humidifier tub? I never seem to use it all in one night.

    A. The water should be changed daily, even if you don’t use it all in one night.

    Q. My humidifier sometimes runs out of water during the night and most other nights is 3/4 empty by the morning. What’s going on here?   

    It may be that you’re breathing through your mouth, or have mask leak. Mouth breathing allows air to escape from your mouth, which can decrease the efficiency of the humidifier.

    If mouth leak is under control or you are using a full face mask, trying one or more of the options below may help:

    • ClimateLineAirTM heated tubing
    • Tubing wrap
    • Lowering your humidity level setting
    • Adding a humidifier to the room

    Q. I usually use my humidifier only in the winter months when the heat is on and the air is dryer. Should I be using it all year round?

    A. If you’re finding that you have nasal symptoms at other times of the year, then you should probably use your humidifier then, as well. The added humidification may reduce the occurrence of these symptoms.

Helpful Videos

How humidification makes CPAP therapy more comfortable
Is your H5i working?
H5i in manual mode
H5i with SlimLine
H5i with ClimateLine
Cleaning and filling your humidifier water chambers

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